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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 22, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHEB LOCAL and not so cold this afternoon and tonight with low tonight in mid20s warmer Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 i 12 18 24 30 34 36 39 I 42 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornim1 lirfhtlf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed airlines gov ernments short cov CHICAGO expected light cash to 40c higher top Cat not thoroughly but a few sales strong top AP TELEMATS 196 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Winter Storm Toll Mounts Hourly BNOW motorist tries to get his car out of a snowbank as other traffic eases by on snowslick The storm forced virtually Bll schools In the Kansas City area to close and made driving The fall was expected to exceed eight The storm covered a wide extending from the Eastern Rockies to the Ohio AP Wirephoto Texas Solons Still Payless New proposals to raise money more new ideas to spend dominate bills filed by members of the Texas Legislature as they ibegan an extralong weekend The House will resume at 10 the Senate at The members left agreeing oh how to pay their own those of their employes and other expen The payroll for the first two weeks was estimated at Seek Home Views On their 4day legis lators apparently will seek home town views on Price Dan iels tax He suggested higher taxes on na tural liquor and an increase In franchise taxes make up the state deficit Charles Houston ell operator and president of the fTexas MidContinent Oil and Gas immediately criticized DanlBls tax Crisis Ignored We are sorely disappointed In the failure of the governor to recognize the fiscal situation uf ths state government for what It crisis that demands a totally new and different tax structure to assure adequate pro grams for education and other necessary services in the future Alcorn He has resorted to dangerous patchwork and Legislators views on Daniels proposals ranged from full sup iport to complete Some Page Farm Career Drive Planned 22 UPI A national campaign to attract more young persons into agricultural careers has the endorsement of the Agriculture A film portraying modern ag riculture as the nations num ber one industry will be shown to high school students in an ef fort to interest them in profes fi actual and other activities that are requir ed in Undersecretary of Agriculture True Morse said there are new jobs for college grad uates in agriculture each but landgrant colleges graduate only students to fill the 22 The Foreign Office tonight un expectedly summoned home Philipine ambassador to the Carlos Romulo for urgent presumably on strained American Philippine Foreign Secretary Felixberto Serrano sent a fivewoid cable gram to Romulo in Washing ton1 saying Please come Im mediately for The sudden summons to Ro mulo came after Ambassa dor Charles Bohlen departed Tuesday nightfor Washington to review the whole range of PhilippineAmerican relations with top State Department offi Official Foreign Office spokes man Gulllermo Sison said the Recall Romulo In Philippine Strain Fiery Prober Loses His Job In Reshuffling 22 UPI John Blatnik who has stepped on the toes of gome influential people during the last two wont be spearheading any more congressional investigatoins for a The farranging House Inves tigating Subcommittee which Blatnik headed in the last con gress was abolished Wednesday in a reorganization of the House Government Operations Com Chairman William Daw son reduced the panels subcommittees from seven to He said this would make for greater The action raised doubts about the fate of an Investigation which Blatnik had planned to conduct this year into adver tising claims for Blatnik said he hoped one of the remaining subcommittees would take over that Inquiry and some others he had con outspoken Blatnik See Page 7 summons was made upon the initiative of Philippine congres sional leaders and was approved by President Carlos Serrano earlier today met with congressional Justice Secretary Jesus Barrera anc Armed Forces Chief Manuel Calal iri what Sison described as a crucial con ference reviewing the outstand ing problems facing Philippine American These problems range from Philippine demands for juris diction over military per sorinel for criminal acts per formed Inside aswell as outside American bases here to a clamoi for more and immediate economic assistance to this as well as congression al become increas ingly outspoken in their crit icism of policy toward this 12yearold republic which was granted Its independence bj America in Army Claims Radically New Electronic Tube ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Cabinet Split Over Civil Rights MAIN ISSUE IS ACTION ON SCHOOLS NAACP Dislikes Johnson Bill Offered Senate Eisenhowers cabinet has split over a Jus Department proposal to in clude a school integration pro vision in the administrations forthcoming civil rights in formed sources said They said Attorney William Rogers and other cabinet liberals had been urg ng the President to include a section to permit the depart ment to bring lawsuits to end school segregation under cer ain The it was had been opposed by Old Guard members of the cabinet and by some White House These opponents were said to feel the Presidents whole legis lative program might suffer If Congress became Involved in any allout fight over school In Southerners were certain to fight any school pro posal to the bitter possibly jeopardizing other legislation as A school provision was not In cluded in the fourpoint civil rights bill introduced earllet See CIVIL Paga 9 Labor Rejects Responsibility For Inflation 22 UPI Organized labor fired back at President Eisenhower today for what It regarded as an attempt to pin the major re sponsibility for inflation on its wage The AFLCIO economic policy headed by Walter meets this after noon to consider the Presidents annual economic report which called for restraint at the bar gaining President Al Hayes of the International Association Plan Texas Roads For Top Population Set To Resume Tests BEAVT1FKATION PROGRAM OUTLINED BY CC PANEL A basic program of work for 1959 was mapped out Thursday by the Chamber of Commerce city beautification committee along similar lines of the 1958 New Chairman George Peck ham reviewed the various proj ects set up in 1958 as the basis for determining what programs would be under taken this At the outset Peckham advocat ed the panel set a program which it expected could be accomplish West Seventh Parkway First on the list was the re newal of the West Seventh ave nue parkway beautication proj ect for which Robert Cason and George Hudson will serve as the subcommittee in This project envisions the committee furnishing crepe myrtle hushes to be planted in front of real Machinists termed the He said report I do not agree with the implication Jan 5 decent wage rates 22 Army says it has developed a tube that may last longer than any radio or TV sets the tube The tube was fashioned joint ly by the Signal Research and here Development Laboratory and TungSol Electric The Army said In an official statement Wednesday that the development is the first major break through in basic tube design in more than 30 The new tube Is the Army in contrast with the hot cathode It consists of a tiny nickel cylinder coated with dried milk of magnesia arid glows blue instead of It uses less than a tenth the power of a standard hot Unlike an ordinary it needs no warmup period after being turned sponsible for I op pose the implied suggestion that labor should forego Its efforts to win justifiable wage in Other sources charged that Eisenhower was getting In creasingly critical of union wage demands while softpedal ling the role of managements pricing1 policies In the infla tionary The unions are certain to push for sizeable boosts this year In spite of the Presidents conten tion they should be limited to where they are justified by increased Union economists criticized Eisenhower for only advising businessmen to open war on production costs without men tioning rising profits since the business recovery began last y dences in the parkway by the A survey of householders last year Indicated that most were in favor of this so the committee decided not to resur vey the but will con tact the city immediately about getting this program under Another project initiated last year but not carried out involved seeking the cooperation of bus inesses along Highway 75 in town to improve the general appear ance of their premises so as to make a better impression on vis especially Industrial pros and tourists passing as well as brightening things up for the home folk Steele Alexander was appointed to work with Peckham in mak ing a new survey of businesses to sample their opinion on this if a contest were held offering prizes for the blocks making the best They will report their findings Show Brochure The group voted to continue with a program proposed and adopted last year to prepare a brochure of unsightly places about town which tactfully woulc exhibited to an ef See Page 7 PyieQuttslke 22 President Eisenhower today ac cepted the resignation of How ard Pyle as a White House The Mail said the ow arriving in former Republican gov though they have deterrent value are really suitable for Air Secretary George Ward told Parliament Wednesday that the first received in No vember will be ready for launch ing from British bases sometime next The missiles rated range of about miles places all of East Europe and much of wesl irn Russia including Moscow their Britain Denies Missile Rumors 22 day the missiles shipped toBritain proved extremely reliable m It said It is completely satisfied with A defense ministry spokesman dismissed as utter nonsense a story printed in todays Daily Mail which said Britain had asked the United States to take back its rockets arid replace them with later Ike Wants GOP Elephant Kept Awake By RAYMOND LAHR DBS UPI President Elsen hower called on the Republi can party today to stop act ing like a sleeping elephant between election Richard Simpson K Immediately snapped back with a demand that the White House do the chairman of the GOP congressional campaign was given a round of applause by Republican Na tional Committee members who have long felt that the Presi dent was too Indifferent toward politicial Eisenhower also told the na tional committee that the GOP must immediately tell the na tion what it stands for in terms of long range Simpson asked the White House to take the lead In that The Presidents suggestions for a GOP comeback plan to recoup from the defeats of 1958 were contained in a message to ynt opening session of the com mittees twoday Vice President Richard Nixon also telegraphed the meeting that the party must campaign on a yearround Simpson seemed to have been fired up by the presidential Introduced a few minutes lat he said I call upon the White House to give UK some of that unremitting planned effort on behalf of the Re publican I call upon the White House to state this longrange purpose of the Re publican to give us a statement of principles for which we can Simpson said his campaign committee was already at work writing a declaration of Repub lican Party Chairman Meade Al corn said the Democrats did not know where the country was headed and tried to solve every problem with bigger govern ment and more Analyzing the humiliating defeat of Alcorn said the GOP first must change the false image of the Republican party as the party of big busi He said it must also re organize party machinery at all keep alert to attack Dem ocratic begin develop ing new candidates put an end of factionalism and practice Republicanism all The he were out spent and outworked by an politically as tute The he was manpower sup plied to the Democrats mostly by organized Alcorn recommended putting fundraising on a regular month ly launching a radiotel evision program under GOP sponsorship and publishing a party Cued to Alcorns demand that the GOP must begin campaign ing on a yearround Eisen hower told the committee I deeply regret that some people look upon our party as a kind of hibernating elephant who wakes with a mighty trum pet blast at election time and then rests calmly until the next Political activity must be a matter of unremitting It must go on 365 days a year if we are to maintain the vitality that has made our nation The President said it was only 658 days until the elec tions and that a day lost could never be Immediately we must give the millions of Americans who look to the Republican party for progressive leadership a clear understanding of our long range he The publicizing of such party guidlines Is sorely needed to make meaningful the value of our political system to the voter and the party Only In this way can we lift creative Republicanism to new heights of national Eisenhower said the current Des Moines meetings should the first step in a continuous work program for the This demands constant at tention to to co operation at all to as suring that candidates are cap personable and dedicated that finances are se cured on a continuing and sat isfactory and that every Republican and friend of Re publicanism keep everlastingly at the Job of recruiting for ths See Page 9 Egan Condition Is Encouraging 22 William Egan of Alaska was reported a lit tle Improved today in his criti cal battle for recovery from a twohour emergency Attendants at Virginia Mason hospital said the 44yearold Egan spent a pretty good night and was still holding his Egan underwent the emergen cy operation Tuesday for re moval of an intestinal He was flown here from Monday after he took a turn for the worse during convalescence from a 6 Although still on the critical the fact Egan had not lost ground was termed encourag ing by hospital some sort ofjernor of Is leaving to unlbecome head of the Natlona Safety He has served the last four years as deputy assistant to the President in charge of Inter governmental In his letter of resignation Pyle said he Is reluctant to leave but that there Is a chal lenging new opportunity foi service open to me with the Safety Council which has head quarters in Pyles salary as a preslden ial aide has been a year There was no word on how much he will receive as head of the Safety James White House press said no successor has been Reds Swap Charges 22 UN Command today demanded an accounting of Allied prisoners still missing from the Korean The Communists promptly re jected the demand and charged that the Allies are detaining 742 Communist war The demands and charges were made at a meeting of the Military Armistice Commission in the demilitarized zone ALASKA GOVERNOR William shown here as he was lifted from an airplane to an ambu lance at was reported extremely He Is fighting a desperate battle for survival after an emergency oper ation for a serious intestinal the 49th states firs 22 UPI The United States is ready to resume aboveground Lests1 of nuclear bombs in a relatively short time if the talks at Geneva on banning atom testing It may set off underground blasts In any Chairman John McCone of the Atomic Energy Commission told a news conference that the testing grounds In the Pacific and in Nevada both are being kept The United Slates has promis ed not to test atomic weapons for one year from the start of the Geneva talks 31 unless Russia President Eisen hower In effect extended this voluntary ban another eight months when he asked no money for tests in his budget for the fiscal year starting July But McCone told reporters Wednesday that he thinks this country will set off Borne under ground atomic blasts during the new fiscal year to test the peace ful uses of nuclear The AEC wants to find out If underground atom explosions can be used for such peaceful purposes as tapping burled oil digging harbors and loosening Money for auoh tests is in the threerpownr fnrenc today appeared headed for a new problem of stalemate on the staffing a global control post British and American negotia tors won limited victory dur ing the last two days when they convinced the Russians they should get down to serious dis See Page 9 Johnson Offers Bill To Start Bardwell Dam 22 i A bill was offered by Lyn don Johnson Wednes day to authorize construction of Bardwell Reservoir on Waxa hachle Creek as part of an Im provement plan for the Trinity River and Its Esti mated cost Is The measure passed the Sen ate In last session but the House did not have enough time to complete action on Proponents of the dam state that damage caused annually by floods to farm trans portation facilities and utllitls and contributes to destruction downstream on the lower Trini ty Waxahachie creek Is a tribu tary of Chambers creek that empties into Richland up stream from the Freestone county site where Richland wa ters Join the and Richland creeks flow through Navarro DALLAS must plan a highway system that will be adequate for the day when the state will lead the na tion in Marshall Highway Commission said Addressing the Salesmanship Formby predicted the 1980 census would show Texas with the He said the state has the natural resources and pro gressive people to do Formby said the Highway Com composed of Herb Petry of Carrizo Springs and Charlie Hawn of Athens and was the first commission or group In Texas to take a formal stand against an increase in the gaso line and motor fuel tax on the federal We just believe that enough money will come into the federal highway trust fund to take care of the needs for federal highway he We dont think a gasoline tax increase on the federal level can be justified at this He said that about 340 million dollars In highway construction is under way in Texas at the present and the state is now See Page 9 Mikoyan And Dane Premier Talk Secretly 22 Soviet Pre Tjiier Anastas Mikoyan paid aVsurprlse call Pre mier Hans Hansen today for an hours talk that was shroud ed In The unscheduled meeting came a few hours after Mikoy an arrived here early today on his delayed trip home from the United Soviet press at tache Viatcheslav Tschernov acted as Though newsmen saw Mikoy an arrive at the office and he and Hanson posed willingly for the government asked the staterun broadcast ing station not to mention the talk In its noon The station Mikoyan was a luncheon guest of the DanishSoviet Friendship He was to speak tonight at a public meet ing sponsored by the Mlkoyans secretary said Mi 64 ARE DEAD DAMAGERUNS TO MILLIONS Flash Floods In Several States Rout Thousands 22 UlI Rising waters of the Susquehaniia River broke In to an anthracite mine of the Knox Coal at nearby Port Blancluird About men were believed police The whole river Just pour ed police The water Is coming up through the Wo dont know just how many miners were down there but It appears to be about It looks pretty State Police Louis Shupnlk said he was Inform ed at the mine that three men definitely drowned and per haps 80 to 40 were Officials said the mine was slope operation one In which the miners entered through a sloping shaft rath er than a perpendicular en One report said the water rushed In so swiftly that It collapsed the cutting off air to the The located only a short distance from the mine was swollen by one of the numerous Ice jams which clogged streams throughout causing Heavy rains and a sharp riso In temperatures contributed Ito the flooding conditions koyan fly on to Moscow aboard a special Soviet plane Pledges Help For Pact 22 UP The United States gave Its support today to a technical cooperation fund for Baghdad Pact nations at the opening ol a pact economic committee Delegate Donald Ken nedy said Washington would contribute up to for the which the committee had By United Press International Flash floods in Pennsylvania and Ohio Thursday left thou sands homeless and damage in See Page 7 Thursday Sees Cold Grip On Texas Easing The government thermometer registered 15 degrees at 7 Thursday In the second cold est norther of tha On January 4 and lows o 10 degrees were recorded and on January during the samo It dropped to 14 re By The Associated Press Arctic cold started casing its Icy bite into Texas again Thurs Plalnvlew shivered In 4be lowzero weather for a second straight The reading broke a 41yearold record of 2 below for 22 in Plaln Other overnight lows varied from 5 degrees above zero at farther north In the 38 at states to the at southern The only fresh moisture con sisted of Inch of rain at Texnrknna and Weather observers traced tho southerly edge of the freeze belt See 9 Havana Trials Set To Start The war crimes trials of 600 defeated foes of Fidel Indorsed by the cheers of more than Cubans at Wednes days vast mass meeting begin today in Havanas seat Sports Palace In six provincial firing squads awaited 42 alreadycon demned men in a nationwide campaign which Castro says will mean death for about 400 sup porters of ousted exPresident Fulgencio It was announced officially that the revolutionary tribunal for todays trials will consist of Humberto Sorl and Universe San chez and Raul members Prosecutors were listed as Jose Serguera and Lt Luis Perez The first three defendants are army officers charged with the torture and murder of more than 200 after repeatedly de nouncing the congressmen and newsmen who had criticis ed Cubas mass told Wednesdays meeting that tha chief was flown to Sattle from AP Wirephoto number ol war criminals his nien expect to kill amount to only one for every persons killed by American Abombs In The remark drew a wild ova tion from the About 350 newsmen from the United States and Latin Ameri ca are expected to he among the spectators at the and one Clayton Powell also may be on Charles Porter D the other congressman who accepted Castros invitation to visit told UPI Wednes day night he will not attend the Although Im a J dont understand Por ter There would be no point In my attending the The Oregon Democrat said ho came to Cuba to urge Castro and Provisional President Man uel Urrutia not to underesti mate the help their government can expect from the United The Oregon congressman said he considered Wednesdays masi meeting Impressive but not I think the time for speeches is Porter The time has come for determined ac even at the expense of somo disillusionment The Cub ans must now fight just aa hard to set up democracy as they fought to win Theyre a bunch of but theyre good Theyre and theyre bound to make but Im confi dent they will found a new Cuba If they are allowed In his speech Castro cited the example Bet by the United States and its allies in the war crimes trials at Nuernberg as justification for Cubas mass He said the trials In progress based on laws drafted a year ago In the hills of eastern are fairer than tha Nuernberg which were suppotred by laws which did not exist when the Crimea they punished were I say to the congress men aside from the fact that they have no right to get Sea Page S
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