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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL and cold through Saturday with occasional rain this afternoon and tonight low tonight in lower Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 12 I II 40 40 41 42 43 Complete Weather Report on 44 46 Market HJHemeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 1959 PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er industrials pace corporates New Orleans CHICAGO WheatHigher hedge lifting and scattered Corn Lower with to 50 cents higher top Slaughter steers supply too meager lor mar ket test top AP TELEMATS 203 PRICE FIVE CENTS is lead from his arraign ment at where he was charged in connection with the slaying of four members of his Jayne told State Po lice officers he was mad at the rest of his family because of recent arguments and a spanking administered by his Returning home from Jayne took his fathers gun and killed his mother and sister in the then went to the shot his father and waited for a brother to return and kill ed AP Wirephoto Economic Loss In Traffic Toll For 1958 30 UP Traffic accidents in the United States took a heavy toll in but the number of persons kill was the lowest since The National Safety reporting today oninotor ve hicle accidents said it estimates that persons suffered crippling traffic The including property wage medical expense and overhead cost of was put at When you think of the price are still paying for high way accidents in life and limb and the council com there is little cause for complacency or satisfaction Native Texan One Prospect For Spaceship 30 IP Bewildered but two veteran Air Force test pilots were trying to digest today the news that they might soon swap their supersonic jet planes for a Tom and William were informed Thursday that they had been chosen with 108 other men as candidates for mans first venture in outer Their names were the first to be released the spacemen program was announced Tues day by Keith space It was pretty hard to be Bogan Bradbury nodded in The two pilots were interview ed by news director Ken Conner of radio station who had learned of the mens selection See Page 10 over the reduction of the death The traffic death toll of 000 was lower than in 1957 which had been approximately 900 below the total of in the council the result was a twoyear sav ing of achieved in the face of a five per cent in crease in highway travel for that The 1958 death rate Was deaths for every 100 million vehicle Iri 21 of the past 24 the council the death toll was lower than the same month of the preceding Despite the twoyear down trend in fatality the death toll was roughly equal to the 1950 population of Ports or Last years deaths on the high ways were four per cent under the in 1957 and seven per cent fewer than the in The total compared to the 1954 toll of which was the lowest since The record toll is set in The council said there has See Page 11 No Record Due On City Polls A last minute rush Friday and Saturday is expected to swell the number of city polls but no record is As of early Friday had paid their poll tax in the office of Miss Kate city tax It was not known how many poll tax receipts had been issued by the League of Women Voters women who are serving as non paid deputies of both the city and county tax Miss Dunns office will re main open Saturday night as long as people are still coming with 10 the expected closing Soviets 18 Months Ahead In Space Work ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Daniel Predicts State Budget Balance WILL FIGHT ANY SALES TAX EFFORT Makes Lengthy Statement About Seeligson Charge 30 Price Daniel confidently pre dicted today with the co operation of the Texas could enjoy a balanced budget and a fture era of no new The governor also indicated that he would prefer to leave politics at the end of his 1959 60 he made clear that he would not hesi tate to stay fight any or ganized effort for a genera sales Im not going to burn my he told a long news This is not a stopgap fi nancing program I have rec ommended to the he If once we can get this program wipe out the the increased Income will mee the increased If all this works then I can see another period of no new Daniel spent considerable time commenting on a state ment that Prates Seelig son of San Antonio distributed to House members See Page 7 Supreme Court Asks More Cash For Operations 30 The state Supreme Court asked foi more money to operate on in 1960 Rising costs of telephone calls and the need for more secretaries were the major Associate Justice Meade Griffin told the House Appro priations Committee the court also needed more a year to keep its law library up to Of all the Supreme Court of Texas should have an uptodate law Griffin The court requested a The Legislative Budget board recommended which the court has to spend for Several state departments al so appeared before the commit Committee Chairman William representative from worked his 21men while other House members and Senators rested until Mon The Legislature recessed Wed nesday for the weekend after more bills were formally intro Tax expert Frates Seel See Page 7 IGNORK ANNIVERSARY Twentysix years ago today Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany and the Third Reich was The an niversary was ignored by the lerman Souths Course Uncertain By JACK FOX 30 UPI Where does the south go from here in its struggle over inte gration negroes and whites Anyone who could answer that question successfully could be sure right now that his sta tue would go up in town squares beside Jefferson In the past 10 I have talked with many Southerners in Alabama and Georgia news negro filling sta tion The picture the outsider gets Is that the Deep will go on fighting integration with a series of legal school makeshift pri vate education and occasional violence by the These tactics are repugnant to many but they have found no On the other the na through the NAACP and with the backing of the federal will press even not only integrating schooli but also on negro vot ing and an end to discrimina tion in the swimming restaurants and other public It could be another tragic year of dissension posglbiy even surpassing the summon ing of federal troops to Little itself has a ease pending that may make Uttle Kock seem small potatoes In A federal court will hear ear ly this year a suit demanding that segregation be ended in Atlantas entire public school system quite different from the token gradual integra tion started in Little Rocks Central High It is expected the Atlanta suit will reach the Supreme Court for decision before next Septembers school openings and thereby pose the biggest test the South has had The nation Monday will get another look at how the South going to accept forcible in tegration when negroes enter schools in three The states largest is the spot to One of the moat Interesting conversations I had was with Winn who has a small bank in in a heavily negro populated Martin is a pleasant and articu late man whose son is getting his engineers degree at The numerical ratio of ne groes and whites is the crux of this whole Martin That is obvious but it needs to be said over and over Its a far different thing to integrate schools in a commun ity with a negro minority and to do the same thing in one of these counties where they out number whites 5 to I definitely and sincerely believe the negro has rights of equality in education and But I just as definitely believe that in many places the negroes are so far behind in cultural and civic under standing that integration would the effect of pull See Page 11 Virginia AntiIntegration Moves Collapsing Oldest Senator Drops Top Post 30 UPI Theodore Francis 91yearold Rhode Island Democrat and oldest man ever to serve in quit un expectedly today as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee because of defective hearing and The committee immediately called a hurried meeting to elect William Fulbright D as Greens Panels Seeking Good Publicity For Corsicana The conventions and goodwill committee of the Chamber of Commerce will step up activity on boosting Corsicana as a city welcoming small conventions within its accommodation capa Meeting Friday at Chamber Chairman Steele who also is manager of the Navarro reported that six groups or organizations had scheduled annual meetings or conventions to be held here this Tho two smallest groups would be made up of 30 while the largest would bring 200 people in to Alexander reported he had made a survey determingi there are 177 rooms in first Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson announced after the committee meeting that the group had voted un animously to ask Green to de fer his but that Green refused to change his The no action on the question of a but it was foregone conclusion that Fulbright would be Green disclosed his decision in a Dear Lyndon letter to Senate Democratic Leader Lyn don Johnson Texas dated He made it clear he was re signing only as chairman and intends to stay on as a senator and to retain his and his seniority on the com Green emphasized that he felt he still had the physical stamina to continue on as but that his defective sight and hearing made his See Page 7 AWOL Sailor Admits Killing 30 UP FBI agents said today that one of i two AWO7j men has admitted killing a Meridian man 11 and dumping his body into a Georgia lake Agents said George Blauvelt cf said and a James serving three have meeting room accommoda tions as well which could handle collectively 227 persons simul aneously without advance plan and which could accom modate up to 600 plus on an ad vance registration He See Page 7 Science Center Aid Given COLLEGE 30 received to day a grant from the National Science Foundation for development of nuclear science the and College System presi said the fund would be added to allocated by directors last February for the first phase of building the Harrington said the first unit s expected to be in use by sum mer of The center will serve both research and educa ional needs of univer medical schools and re search Institutions throughout Texas and the he When the center will cost 3 to 5 million dollars and will include a main reac tor laboratories and It will be built near Sasterwood the landing Blauvelt told officers the three then drove to where they stayed in a hotel Both men admit ted to agents they robbed Shir ley of his car and They said they used the car and Shirleys credit card for a trip that took them to New Georgia and The two were found asleep in the car on a Hobbs street Tues The FBI quoted Blauvelt as saying he killed in the hotel room He said they then cleaned the room and took Shirleys body to Rock Parkersons home officers the two said they waited until night fall the same day and then drove to Bluehole and threw in the Danish Vessel Hits Iceberg NEW 30 W A Danish ship with 130 passengers and crew aboard struck an ice berg off Greenland The vessel radioed a distress saying the engine room was The ton Hans stricken 37 miles from Green lands icebound called for A Coast Guard cutter on weather station many hours far to the 30 UP plan by ardent segregation ists in the Virginia Legislature to ram through some drastic law that would block integration in Norfolk and ArUngton schools Monday appeared on the verge of col lapse Laders of the group conced ed they didnt see any hope of success with Lindsey Al firmly opposed to their The group has declined to accept admitting negro pupils to while schools under federal court Hes remained said a senator from Virginias heavily negro populated south And we are losing some of the weaker ones we felt would go along with who fought the bat tle against integration as at torney general and since last year as has taken the view there was nothing that could be legally done with chance of In Charlottesville the school board announced the citys two closed schools will See Page 7 2 Known 10 Missing In Rest Home Fire GLEN 30 today burned out the Glen Ellyn Acres Nursing where about 20 elderly persons were leaving an undetermined number dead or Elmhurst Memorial Hospital said one man was pronounced dead and four others were treated for minor Glen Ellyn police said that 10 persons were missing or not ac counted for and were presumed dead in the blaze which broke out about and swept through the twootory stucco In Don Glen Ellyn assistant fire had a heart attack while fighting the fire and died at a doctors Firemen attempted to reach the upper floor to take out the bedridden patienta but were unable to reach them they before fVames and smoke drove them The fire burned furlonsly for less than an but reduced the interior of the known to residents of the area as The to a charred 30 President Eisenhowers pro ram to curb farm surpluses and reduce taxsupported agri cultural subsidies faced today a seeming deadend future in This was the consensus of congressional reaction to the Presidents special farm mes sage It presaged two more years of bitter congres sional infighting over farm It also raised the possibility Finance Plans Revealed 30 Uncle Sam plans to refinance nearly 15 billion dollars of the national debt by marketing more government Oneyear certificates and notes will be on sale Monday through Wednesday next week and will be dated The certificates will pay 3 34 per cent the notes 5 per Holders of of maturing government securities will be offered the new issues n They can either et cash payment or accept tha certificates or Consultant Uriels Corsica nans On Industrial Expansion Studied Answers on what to do and low to go about the job of ringing new industries to Cor sicana were sought in a twj hour conference Thursday by wo groups most actively en gaged in pursuing this he Chamber of Commerce in dustrial committee and direc ors of the Industrial Founda The aid of Harry new ndustrial consultant for the Texas Power and Light Com pany of was enlisted at he conference in setting forth he factors that make up the answers to the important in quiries of every town seeking new 4Year Review At the Louis Gib industrial committee chair reviewed for Clarks bene fit wiiaf Corsicana had done the past four years In bringing The Corsicana Haggar Com American Rock Wool and Chattanooga Glass Company plants and how it had raised with which it bought land and cre ated the industrial district east of the Chairman Gibson observed Corsicana has the In dustrial good rail and highway and the two organizations set up to spearhead efforts to go after and wanted his ad vice on how to go about In setting forth a basic observed that Industrial development could be defined as selling economic Working backward on the last three words in this definition as the keys to the he observed that one could not very well change the physical geography of an By Demos To Write Own Farm Plan Sun Finally Pierces Worst London Smog The sun bored through Londons worst fog in six years ending 37 hours of transporta tion chaos and the fear that death might follow the sulphur ous yellow A minutelong gleam through Londons sooty skies signalled easy breathing again for Lon doners including those with heart or lung conditions who were warned the smog had kill er Gloom closed In again later but the Air Ministry said the suffocating pall which clamped down Wednesday night appar ently was Relief came after morning newspapers warned Londoners in screaming headlines they fac ed the worst fogsmog blanket since 1952 when thousands Mists caused the 200ton Dutch coastal ship Minorca to run aground near Dover See Page 2 See No Cotton Markets Change 30 The Agriculture Department said today it appears now that the cotton industry will neither gain nor lose ground this mar teting year In adjusting raw cotton A report on the cotton situa tion said domestic foreign usage of American cotton dur ing the year ending next 1 will about equal the 1958 crop of 11 12 million running This would mean that reserve and surplus supplies at the of the 1959 crop market ing season would be the same as a year earlier at The extra stocks would have been cut considerably this sea son had exports held But foreign shipments this market ng year are expected by the de partment to be about yales less than last seasons Foreign produced cotton is being priced below cotton in many markets the reduction in that now in top heavy control of would invite another presiden tial veto with a far stronger program than would be accept able to the Secretary of Agriculture Ben son told a news conference the administration will not send iongress a bill to carry out its recommendations but would be ready to help Congress draft That put the bur den of deciding on changes pret ty much up to Congress itself The Presidents in the most general laid Its chief emphasis on the point that the fivebilliondollara year agricultural program has not It urged abandonment of the 25yearold practice of pegging price support levels to the dol parity between farm costs and farm prices that existed in See FARM Pago T Ike Warns Cuts In Foreign Aid Boost Defense W A SHTWr JaniSf y President Eisenhower warned today that any cut in the foreign aid budget will force far greater military spending The President spoke to a meet ing of International Exchange of sponsored by the Institute of International Edu Most of his prepared speech was devoted to the need for greater peopletopeople di plomacy In the cause of mutual world But his speech carried a plain to the heavily Demo tratlc Congress not to cut for eign He said that those who ad vocated cutting his mutual aid and loan programs did not fully understand what these mean to national safety and world Any cutback of present bud etary levels for our mutual security the President would require additional outlays for our own security far greater than any amount that could be so Foreign aid spending for this iscal year is estimated at In his budget mes See Page 2 Rain General Over County Showers ranging from inch at Blooming Grove to Inch n Kerens fell early Friday morning in Navarro and additional precipitation would e The official government gauge n Corsicana showed Inch the same as reported from Frost and GAP SERIOUS LAG CONTINUED Glennan Insists Manned Flight Most Essential 30 UPI The governments civilian space chief today de scribed as reasonable a ment that Russia is perhaps 18 months ahead of the United States in space Keith director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration told a Senate Inquiry the gap Isnt too significant at the mo ment but would become serious if this country continues to Urgency Assured Glennan assured the Senate group the United States is work ing with wartime urgency to place a man Into space within the next couple of He assured the senators that in the past year the United States had made great strides In space exploration and had gathered a tremendous amount of He said It was important fop the United States to get a man into space because there is no substitute for tho Judgment of Moon Shot Success Two of Giennans aides told the Senate committee that tha Soviet moon shot earlier this month was successful as claim ed by the One of them See Page 7 Major Defense Rocket Plans Are Outlined NEW Defense Departments space chief said today tho Unit ed States hopes to test fire a rocket next year that will be 10 times as powerful as any this country now Roy director of the Pentagons Advanced Re search Projects also predicted the United States tually will be able to put a pound manned space station Into did not say when such a large station might be But he said that within the next three or four years we shall be able to plan sedlously for manned pace platforms and Interplanetary In a speech prepared for de Ivery to the New York Stato Bar Association Johnson said hat the Army was devising a Booster with pounds of hrust by clustering a number of present rocket We hope to have this booster available for flight test in I960 lie With an Atlas missile for second stage and third stage using high energy he the new booster not only could put a pound space station n orbit but could send a man ned vehicle to circumnavigate Johnson said that when earth and space are married o a common tha United States will not arrive too ate at the See Page 10 he noted that come sections are naturally or mountaln others flat other still others rocky and man could not change a hilly area into a rolling or re locate a river or major stream because it would make a par ticular section more While the geography cant be he said the economics of a geographic area can be changed and Improved and the economics can be affected by what the people of com munity do toward industrial de Selling Is something that can be affected by every one engaged in promoting in dustrial he ob First Clark said many Industrial locations have been See 10 tied on him while crawling under TRAPPED BY HEAVY Perry talks to his trapped Perry as he lies beneath a huge concrete pipe that set Firemen using heavy equipment rescued the 13 yearold seven hours after he was pipe had been installed as a storm drain near International Airport in Los AP Wirt photo   

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