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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 20, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL FORECAST Cloudy to partly cloudy through Tuesday colder late tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 70 72 78 70 66 64 68 Complete Wealhcr Report on Market HJHomeofthe LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 271 APRIL 1959 PAGES GOP Senator Demands Welfare Spend Texas House Rejects Dormant Funds S SHADE OF Prime Minister Castro shades his eyes as he starts his before the American Society of News paper Editors in At left is Rufo xiv Lopez Cubas minister of the treas Center is George of New Orleans Times head of Castro Asks Understanding Bolivia Quells Revolt LA April JO UPD Government troops and police patrolled the streets of LaPaz today under a state of siege declared during Sundays unsuccessful revolt by the right wing socialist Falange At least 22 persons were kill ed and more than 50 wounded in fighting at the state radio sta the city military bar racks and transit police head The rebels gained control of the radio station for a short If A government communique said the fighting began shortly before noon and that the rebel lion was put down in a matter of hours by the It said the regular armed forces were The presidential press office announced today the suicide of Oscar Unzaga De La Vega founder and leader of the The announcement sale De La and his body former Cadet Rene Gal killed themselves at a home in the northern section of La The press office sale an exarmy captain witnessec the More than 80 rebels were ar including Falange leader Luis Saenz and Roberto Freyre coeditor of the newspaper An Members of the youth section of the National Revolutionary Movement patrolled outside the foreign embassies to prevent not See Page 2 Panama Chases Yacht PANAMA April Panama looked nervously to sea today for the yacht Nola reported cruising offshore with Roberto former Panamanian am bassador to his wife British ballerina Dame Margot and a supply of Minister of Justice Max Heur tematte said the government had received reports the 4 a fishing launch was involved recently in the raising of a sunken arms cache of re machineguns and gre nades 15 miles outside the Pa cific entrance to the Panama The report came from the crew of a shrimp boat who told the government they had help ed the Nola raise the sunken Heurtematte said the fisherman reported of former President Har modio had planned to capture the port of Heurtematte dispatched Na tional Guard units to Chorrera but no attack Heurtematte announced today that District Attorney Francis co Alvarado has issued an or der for the arrest of Roberto Arias in connection with the al leged rebel Dame Margot was not mentioned in the arrest Jose Felix captain of the shrimp boat Elaine which took part in the alleged arms recovery operations with the Nola last said the yacht may be headed for Co He did not explain what led him to this a late report said the Nola had arrived at Balboa In the Canal Zone and tied up at the Balboa Yacht Bal boa is under United Slates jur isdiction and a Panamaian ar rest warrant is not enforceable See Page 3 April 20 UPI Cuban Prime Ministei Fidel Castroappeared satutf today that his fiveday Wasnlnfe ton visit had fostered better understanding of his new gov His appeal to American public opinion continued with an ad dress this afternoon at the Na tional Press He was to leave later by plane for Prince on the second leg of his Castro indicated he felt his American trip was off to a gooc start when he told a nationwide television audience Sunday nigh1 that his visit had brought spiritual I believe that here In the United States the people anc and the governmenl are going to understand us bet he said in halting English It is good not only for Cuba it is good too for the Unitec Later the 32yearold Castro garbed as usual in his opennecked army fatigues spent two hours and 22 minutes chatting privately with Vice President Richard Nixon at Nixons Capitol Hill Nixon declined to make any detailed statement on the con but this counlry See Page 2 Ike Asks More Space Millions April Eisenhower today asked Congress for a sup plemental appropriation of for the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion lo speed the first manned flight into The supplemental request for fiscal anticipated in the fiscal 1960 budget cov ered activities authorized earlier this year by the House and Of the will be used for further research and development for early achieve ment of manned space Arab Oil Views Jolting April 20 UPI A top ranking Arab businessman today called on oil producing companies and counlries of the MiddleEast to set aside five per cent of their annual profits for an Arab development Its purpose would be to speed development of MiddleEast oil producing thi a giving them a greater stake in the areas major industry and ensur ing a sleady flow of oil across their The plans Lebanese Emile out to the World He estimated it would provide 100 million dollars an nually for economic development in the MiddleEasts pipeline crossed Bustani claimed icheme would bring the Arab world closer to Us goal of unily by lighlening Ihe bonds between the producing states of Saudi Bahrein and Quattar and the Middle Easts transit states of Jordan and the United Arab Re He proposed that the New Bank offer long term loans at low interest rates less than two and onehalf per cent to countries for economically sound development Bustanis proposal came at the firsi Arab oil conference now in session There was no im mediate reaction to it although Bustani claimed Sunday his initial talks with country and company representatives herej Bastani also warned that as long as Arabs have reason to fear that if Western countries cannot get what they want in MiddleEast by peaceful means they will resort to they will naturally regard the stoppage of oil to the West as their ultimale Saudi Arabias top oilman said there were grounds for an oil price and production agreement between Venezuela and Mid East oilproducing Sheik Abdullah direc torgeneral of the Saudi Arabian Department of Petroleum and Mineral said results of his talks with Venezuelan au thorities on production controls had been Page 12 URGENT TAX BILLS LEFT FOR DEBATE Carr Proposes Quick Action Revenue Measures April House decisively rejected today Price Daniels bill to help erase the deficit by seizing dor mant bank The vote was The House then recessed un til without getting directly on the urgent tax matters pend Expands Needs Those backing the dormant fund bill said it would raise at least 20 million dollars and that amount would now have to be added to any new revenue meas ure Daniel had proposed the meas ure giving the state use of un claimed funds now held by pipeline companies and similar private institutions as one means of erasing the 65 mil lion dollar general fund It was defeated on final consid eration after surviving last week by a twovote Long Debate Due When the House quit for the top pending matter was the allpurpose tax Two or three days debate are in Earlier Speaker Wag goner Carr urged the House to meet the tax problem head on and write a budgetbalancing Seni 2 Tornado Hits School Units Bus Overturns April tornado ed a school building under con struction today and damaged another school while children grouped in the center of their There were no in Jackson County Patrolman Howard Ellzey said the twister hit shortly before 0 at the little town of population It uprooted ripped up telephone dam aged homes and broke windows in the Wade he Teachers groued the students in the middle of the classrooms when the tornado Shortly the students were transferred by buses to homes The East Central Elementary which is under construc tion near Wade was destroyed The school was to have opened by 1 but the contractor said damage delayed its open ing by at least two Anderson Wants Debt Lowered Power Lines Storm Victims April Greyhound driven by a man who hadnt an accident in six spun out of control on rain slickened US 66 about 26 miles west of here killing at See DISTRICT LEGION PICKS GRANBURY FOR FALL MEET By TATJMADGE CANANT Daily Sim Staff Representatives from sixteen posts were here Saturday and Sunday for the spring conven tion of the American sixth The among other heard District Judge James Sewell of Corsicana and Samuel Hardage of Sour Texas Auxiliary as speakers picked Granbury as the site for the 1959 fall convention and named Lumpkin of Ennis the districts delegate to the nation al convention in Paul and Work Together speaking to the Legionnaires alone Sunday urged them to keep up the enthusiasm of working Discoverer II Slated To Die In Few Hours VANDENBERGAIR FORCE April 20 UPD Discoverer the satellite which made history by sending a space capsule back to probably will die a fiery deatn sometime an Air Force spokesman said The nearly satel lite was blasted aloft seven days ago into a Polar orbit around the Last dur ing Discoverer IIs 17th pass over the Polar it auto matically ejected a 160pound space The capsule has not been but the Air Force launch ed an aerial search for it over the vast Polar waste region last An Air Force spokesman said Discoverer II has gone into a See 12 Aldine Opens Schools Again April 20 UP Aldine District schools that had closed two days last week re opened About 400 teach ers and students returned to the The at least came Saturday to the tangle of events that were climaxed last Wednesday when the district was unable to meet its The School Board agreed Sat urday to raise the tax rate to and to sell in time warrants to enable the district to meet its immediate financial together with the ladies of the You have made it possible for us to Hardage said to the and we are by your I know that sometimes we are and sometimes we are busy bodies here inserting after laughter and I know a lot about the faults of the men but we need to work together in or the American Legion will be at a I know that behind each good post there is a good Auxil See Page 12 Rebel Terror Tactics Trim JUpria Vote April 20 UPD Algerian rebels burned one candidate alive and cut off the head of another in a campaign of that Kept ers away from the palls yester day In Algerias municipal elec Nationalist terrorists killed at least 20 persons and injured 67 others In a 48hour French officials announced that balloting on the first day of the weeklong district by district eK lions was well below The French fighting to offset the rebel killed 11 Nationalists and wounded or captured an indefinite number in counterraids in rebelinfiltrat ed Paratroop Jncques commander of the Algiers broadcast a radio appeal to the voters say to abstain is to betray the It Is pure and simple Massus words had little ef fect as the rebels turned Sun day Into Algiers bloodiest elec See Page 3 FourYear Saves Friend April 20 IP A playmate grabbed her foot and held on when Deborah Lynn fell into a waterfilled septic The hero in the near tragedy is Freddie who will be 4 Freddie and other children in a suburb near Hous ton wore playing Sunday around a house under The septic tnnk was uncovered until It could be inspected by the Power companies in this area suffered considerable damage and interruptions of service Sun day morning Incident to the elec rieal storm accompanying a new front that arrived in the Cor sicana area about Sunday from North Texas Both Texas Power and Light Company and Navarro County Electric spokesmen said they had suf fered considerable Embry dis trict said his firm suffered everywhere lines and facilities were located in this Osie manager of the CoOp reported that no damage had been reported from Freestone but some at Trum Ike and other points in Ellis Kerens and Elm Flat in Navarro county and a number of barns were twisted and blown down west of Ennis in Ellis He blamed light wind and falling trees for the Trouble at Malone and Merlens in Hill county also was Ferguson said lightning struck a pole on the Roane and Pottys Chapel line north of the Burke Brothers causing two wires to This inter See W Snow Falling In Panhandle Early Monday By Tlio Associated Press Snow fell in the Texas Pan hdie early Monday as spring gave way to another round of 1 dy The first report of snowfall came from in the north edge of the It started as sleet just before day light and turned to light but still enough to whiten the Forecasts called for light rain through the day in the Pan and arrival of the latest coldfront indicated a possibility of snow elsewhere in that sec For Lie first time In several there wns no mention of thunderstorms with their frequently Implied threats of a tornado or forecasts for every part of the Fog and low clouds cloaked most of East and Central Texas nnrly and a light drizzle fell nt In West skies were clear except for clouds over the Turbulent weather that brought a baby tornado during the week end moved on eastward out of Texas Sunday but not until it had prompted special alerts against severe thunderstorms or tornadoes over about square miles within the See Page 12 Only Allowed To Save Lives As Go Abroad NEW April The National Health Educa ion Committee charged today that Ihe government is spend ng 185 times more money to vard off a possible enemy at tack than it is to combat known enemies within that are cer to kill Americans his Tlie enemies within are diseas es heart disease and cancer chiefly that are being battled federal funds that amount o only a drop in the bucket when compai i with other pro the committee Albert chair mr of the issued a statement calling on all Ameri cans to mobilize to demand greater government participa ion in research projects aimed at stamping out killers that claim more lives than Congress has properly ap propriated as de ense against possible enemy at from Lasker We dont know If any Americans will be killed this year by an enemy but we do know that heart attacks and cancer arc sure killers this and that out of the Americans who will die this year from all twothirds or approximately of us will die from thesn two diseases For the enemy within known death from diseases our defense is pitifully It only of federal This is not a high enough priority for life We are spending 185 times as much half our national budget on military defense against possible We should maintain our mililary defense in but we should greatly ise federal funds for medical defense against predictable as Lasker said that if fed eral research appropriations were increased 75 per cent of all Americans probably could live long enough to be See Page 13 By EDWARD COWAN April 20 UPDrThe United States fun neled five billion dollars in grants and loans to foreign na tions last year to help them re sist the twin threats of Com munists military and economic The commerce department said the which was less than in was split about evenly between mili tary and economic Reflecting their growing cold war a rising share went to the Near Africa and South These areas received about onethird more aid last year than In or about 30 per cent of the By Western Europe accounled for only about 20 per cent of the compared with 40 per cent as recently as 1951 The summary showed that Uncle Sam was owed a rec ord by foreign na tions at the end of an in crease of over the previous Some of this mon ey was owed in dollars and some In foreign This country collected in interest payments from other nations last year a jump of more than 50 per cent over Assistance to Latin American nations rose from in 1957 to in 1958 Military help accounted for only of import export bank loans accounted for a large share of the in economic Aid to the Near Africa and South Asia rose from in 1957 to 000 last Included was in economic assistance and in military The Far East and Pacific area received including 10 in economic help and in military aid Western Europe and dependen areas got about broken down Into In military and in economic See FOREIGN Page 12 NEW April 20 GT Secretary of the Treasury Rob ert Anderson said today it vould be immoral postpone paying off part of the record lailonal debt in prosperous Anderson de clared a surplus that would repayment is one of the steps required to head off We must realize that long erm economic growth in real lerms can be achieved only wilhout Anderson said in a speech at the annual meeting of The Associated He rejected arguments of some administration critics who wanl to stimulale the through greater federal spend We must as we come out of a seek to force economy inlo a quick boom vhich can laler injure our long capacity to An derson The national debt now stands at 286 billion high est point on To ignore the obligation of See Page 2 Russians Bare IkeKhrushchev Nuclear Letter April 20 UPD A Russian spokesman claimed then immediately denied today thai Presldenl Elsenhower had written a letter to Soviet Pre mier Nikila Khrushchev sug gesling that the fate of the phased nuclear weapons ban proposal be decided at the gov ernment The Russian spokesman men tioned the Eisenhower letter after todays 75minute session of Ihe nuclear arms ban If such a move would the whole problem of a nuclear trealy oul of Ihe hands of Ihe deadlocked slxmonth old American and Brilish dole gallon sources did nol specific ally deny Ihe existence of the Presidents They sluck rigidly lo no commenl replies lo Ihe The Russian spokesman did nol say when the presidential letler was supposedly dlspalch Laler he told newsmen there had been a misunder stand aboul Ihe suggested that if there had been such it probably would have been sent In con nection with Ihe proposal for a phased ban on nuclear American Ambassador James Page 2 Threats Rout 300 TCU Coeds ORT April 20 A bomb threat forced about 300 coeds clad in pajamas and oats to leave Sherley Hall at TCU al about No bomb was but evi dence of two attempts to start a fire was discovered in the east wing of Ihe oc cupied for Ihe first lime lasl The girls went a short dls ance to Colby Hall while police and firemen conducted their search for a The girls were returned to Iheir rooms at about 4 federl purchl ships 1 ment Othefl ments Stev commlttl pointmei the supil 44 year I was nori Eisenhowl BurtoriJ retired See COr Senate Herler HJ Start Tuesi Aprlll UPI President ElsaT today formally nominate lian Herler as Secrdl Stale lo replaco Ihe seriq Ing John Foster Elsenhower announced polntment last Saturday i day went through the foil of seeking Senale consent lie hearings on 64J old former governor of M chusetts and currenly the Ing will begin day before the Senalo Relallons The admlnlslrallon wasj fldenl of confirmallon Herter leaves lale Ihls for Ihe western foreign lers conference In On Ihe last full day of Ing holiday thai began April 7 al the Augusta Natl Golf the President dJ ed his morning to consider of official inch some routine nominations a supplemental appropriation vlously authorized by Congrl for the National Aeronautfl and Space Belween Intermittent showers here the President man aged to get In an afternoon round of Similar wealher was forecasl for this bul Ihe President planned to get In a game before the day was Elsenhower was expected to return to Iho nallons capital by plane late He has a Wednesday morning meeting See Page12 British Press Critical April 20 UPI Britains newspapers Sunday expressed litlle confidence in Ihe ability of Presidenl Eisen hower and secretary of staledesignale Chrislian Herlor to handle American foreign policy without John Foster All the newspapers agreed that neither man has the ablll ly of Hislorian wrillng In Lord Beavcrbrooks Sunday asked Eisen hower lo II was the most radical sug gestion put forth by the na tionallycirculated newspapers lo curu what the Sunday Times called the Washington trage Taylor laid Uie lale President Franklin Roosevelt threw away at Yalta the fruits of vic tory because he was mortal ly saU Elsenhower could not be expecled to hold his own ugainsl Khrushchev who Is in Former Punch magazine edl t Malcolm in Sunday also suggested the possibility of an Eisenhower resignation In favor of hala and hearty Vice President Richard President Elsenhower is a limping man who has lost tha foreign policy crulch provided by Muggeridge The Sunday Times called Ei senhower a weak See   

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