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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 18, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Sunday with widely scatter ed Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 j 2 85 89 91 94 96 97 98 Complete Weather Report on Market flJHonnof the Daily Sun and SewlWtrtly Marring I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on AP TELEMATS 36 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Says Reds Goal Permanent German Split Castro Ousts Resumes Old Duties KENEWS Price addressed the newly formed third special session of the Texas Legislature In The Governor renews his demand for a severance beneficiary natural gas tax aimed primarily at pipeline com Listening to the Governors address are Ben and Speaker Waggoner Wirepho to Fast Tax Bill Urged On House DORTICOS IS NEWNAMED PRESIDENT Havana Returns To Normal After Explosive Hours July 18 A man scarcely known out side of Cuba took the oath of office as Cubas new president in the early hours today after a political upheaval which oust ed President Manuel Urrutia Lleo and catapulted Fidel Cas tro to a new peak of Castro announced he was withdrawing his own resigna tion as premier after a four hour speech in which he accus ed Urrutia of Urrutia Gets Guard Named to take Urrutias place was Osvaldo Dorticos Tor cabinet member credited with drawing up the revolution ary regimes laws and including death penalties for counter revolutionaries and those who opposed Castros land Urrutia was given an armed guard for his own protection and moved with his family into he home of his Lincoln in suburban July er Waggoner Carr said today he hopes the House will pass a major tax bill next I told the Revenue and Tax ation Committee to get one out rapidly so the House can start he One will be ready for debate and maybe we can send it to the Senate next The third special session moves into its first full week Monday when the Legislature comes back to work after weekend For 180 lawmakers worked and failed to solve the states money Price Daniel emphasized Diaz Predicts Reds Control July 18 former chief of the Cub an revolutionary air force said today the resignation of Presi dent Manuel Urrutia of Cuba means that Communism will have complete control of the Pedro Luis Diaz Lanz said this is exactly what I thought would Diaz is a guest of Bob Sig a news commentator in The former air force chief de clared the resignation of the president was a planned move by Fidel and that it will lead to a steppedup fight in Cuba by Castro and his sup porters against antiCommun states troubles Friday In his opening joint session For Texans receiving oldage pension failure means The governor hurled again a verbal attack at arrogant lob byists for natural gas pipe lines He blames them for the sessions past fail As he had Daniel increased his demand for taxes on His original 5 per cent and later 3 per cent of value tax on severance beneficiary now is up to Vi cent per cubic This will bring In 40 million See Page 8 Calm Brunette Admits Killing July 18 amazingly calm brunette was arraigned early today on a first degree murder charge in the slaying of a 27 yearold golf pro who she said wanted to break up with state police Theresa De of admitted kill ing the handsome golf instruc tor with two shots from a 22 caliber police The body of 27yearold Rich ard a pro at the Canton lf was discovered early Friday in his car near the Miss De Francesco was picked up at Roadblock about 60 miles Home Ransacked Today it was learned that early this morning unidentified persons ransacked the lome Urrutia had purchased for himself in suburban Blltmore and which was described by Castro Friday night as the ivst between he See Page 9 ijj Tv JA Cuba Cabinet Feels Dorticos Integrated July 18 Members of the Cuban cabinet today hailed Osvaldo Dor ticos Torrados sudden ascen sion to the presidency in place of Manuel Urrutia Lleo as triumph of the Today begins a new phase of the revolutionary declared Commerce Minister Cepero Disagreements have been We now have a president perfectly inte grated in the Recuperation Minister Faus tino Perez described the change as the biggest step toward the consolidation of the revolution since the 1st of January the day Fidel Castro took control of Cuba from dictator Gulgen cio Education Minister Armando Hart expressed belief that the government had emerged from the crisis stronger and high er and Finance Minister Rufo Lopez Fresquet said the revolu tion had triumphed in the most democratic form All the ministers were agreed that In Cuba had a president who was truly asso ciated with Castros revolu tionary We are totally secure said Justice Minister Alfredo Cubas new president is a mediumsized with a small He wears hornrim See Page 8 Steel Strike Bringing More Mass Layoffs STIRS w 9 i PI 11 Crops Bring Over Billion July 18 UPI An Agriculture De partment survey showed today there were 11 crops which brought cash receipts of more than one billion dollars each last The survey also showed that 11 states collected more than one billion dollars each In gross farm Five of the billiondollar crops were either livestock or live stock five were indi vidual field and one was the total of all vegetables ex cept The departments The Farm Income showed cash receipts of for livestock and live stock and 000 for field The leading money producers in the livestock and products category were Cattle and Dairy pro eggs and Field crops in the billiondol lar range were cotton lint and cotton 000 and Cash receipts from about 50 categories of vegetables totaled which has more diversified farming than any other led in gross income with Second was the great midwestern cornhog with Texas was third with cash receipts of The other billiondollar states were Ill 000 and North July 18 UPI The Agriculture De partment spent thii week for dried and frozen eggs under its purchase programs to stabilize egg The department has spent since April 24 for dried eggs and since June 18 for frozen The dried eggs are used in the national school lunch pro gram and are distributed to needy persons and welfare in Frozen eggs are dri ed and used for the same pur July 18 UPI The Agriculture De partment reported today that the chicken population is going Commercial hatcheries pro duced chicks in 12 per cent below the production of a year earlier but 28 per cent above the 195357 average for the The number of broilertype chicks hatched in June was See Page 6 Federal Judges Let Arkansas Join In Suit July 18 Arkansas Bruce Bennett Friday received permission to join the fight Louisiana is staging in federal district court here against the Civil Rights In an exchange of telegrams with Federal District Judge Ben Bennett asked to join the suit as a friend of the court and Dawkins gave his Bennett said in his wire we respectbully petition the court for permission to file a brief on behalf of the State of Arkansas and in support of the plaintiffs who are testing the constitutionality and the admin istrative procedures followed to date by the Federal Civil Rights A hearing has bee nset for 7 on Louisiana Jack Gremillions request or a permanent injunction Barring the commission from holding hearings on Louisiana voter registration after conferring with two other federal judges who will hear the motion for a permanent granted Bennetts He instruct ed Bennett to file briefs fay July 33 Dawkins previously granted a temporary injunction restrain ing the Civil Rights Commis sion from questioning Louis iana voter registration The temporary injunction will be in effect until the outcome of 7 Batista Seeks Visa To U S Fears Fcr Life July 18 UP Cuban President Ful genico Batista is seeking poli tical refuge in the United States partly because he believes his life is in very great danger in the Dominican Republic where he is now in Ba tistas Washington attorney said The William Rob said Batista and 16 aides have been seeking permission to go to Batistas home In Daytona for more than two Sharp Polio Rise To Cost Millions July 18 current sharp rise In polio cases will increase ex penditures for patient care b the National Foundation to near ly 20 million dollars this year a Foundation official estimatec Melvin the orga nizations executive vice pres said the epidemic at Des is costing abou a He predicted that the incidence Smudged Print Links Carpenter To BapeMurder LOS July 18 Because of a smudged hand print in a dead womans apart a slightly built carpen er is in accused of the L957 rape murder of nurse Ma iorle Police had lie two feet compiled a case questionec hundreds of suspects anc checked prints in two Friday they announced the print they checked matched the one on Miss Hip The State Department disclos ed only Friday that Batista was seeking a A department spokesman had denied repeat edly that Batista was seeking haven in Roberts this said Batista has promised to avoid all political See Page 8 NEW COMMANDANT Clement j poses in his office in Washing after assuming com mand of the Walter Reed Med ical General John wno was commanding general of Brooke Army Hospital at Fort Sam Houston in succeeds Leonard Heaton became surgeon general of the Army on June 1 AP Wirephoto persons It belonged to Darryl of Canoga already In jail on an as sault Kemp was charged with the Hippersor Married and described by his wife as a good Kemp denied knowledge of the slay Police plan to question him about several other sex murders in the The young carpenter was ar see Page 5 Storm Leaves Town Isolated July 18 persons in a moun tainencircled town 15 miles northwest of Taipei have been cut off from the outside world by typhoon Billie since Wed nesday and have now run out of The plight of Chintlng was not known until its magistrate got through to Taipei Friday after traveling over 60 miles of nearly impassable mountain He said the only highway leading to the town was wash ed out by the typhoons driving rains and the entire popula which Includes coal ran out of food before he left Thursday He said many houses were badly Police said today villagers near the marooned town have been organized into rescue teams and were trying to bring food to the townspeople over primitive the of polio this year will be highest since Glassers report followed conference with Arthur S Secretary of Health Education and and Deputy Surgeon General John All three urgec the public to take full advan tage of the Salk polio vaccine Flemming reported earlier this week that there have been more than twice as many new cases of paralytic polio this year than during the same per iod last Most of the vie tims had not been vaccinated he Polio epidemics can even tually be prevented throughout the nation by full use of the Salk Glasser said But as long as more than half of all Americans have had no See Page 8 Mansfield For August Meet On Latin Americas July 18 Democratic Whip Mike Mansfield said to day the foreign ministers of th Organization of American States should meet here nex month on the current troubles in Latin If he Secre tary of State Christian Her ther should return from Geneva to a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Com also urged a go slow policy in finally judging Fide iastro andhis Cuban Regardless of ones persona he said in a statement iastro is probably all tha stands between some hope of progress and total chaos In To be realistic about that we must keep this one fact in mind and base our Judg ments Mansfield said a meeting of OAS foreign ministers schedul ed for nexl month should be postponed and preliminary meeting held Such a he could ay the groundwork for a full fledged meeting in Santiago to be followed In turn by Page S Fridays 100 Summers Top The Weather Bureau thermometer reached 100 Fri first time in The first 100 degree weather In 1858 came on iluly clay earlier than this In mer cury reached 100 on July while in It was recorded first on June Much Of Texas Due Showers Over Weekend By The Associated Press Clouds which poured cloud burstheavy rain on the Abilene area Friday night promised showers for much of the state over the Most weather stations report ed cloudy skies Fore casts called for thundershow ers over East Texas and scat tered thunderstorms over North Northwest and South west Texas through North Central and Northwest Texas had showers at dawn But the morning rainfall couldnt compare with the Fri day night deluge which hit the Abilene The Abilene Weather Bureau measured and heav ier rains were reported In other sections of the The highest total in Abilene was Merkel had Trent and Clyde Thunderstorms dumped heavy rain on sections of the Mid west and Southwest was doused by 4 inches in 6 In a 24hour Milwau kee measured 3 12 inches and Oklahoma City almost 2 Tne storm line extended from Texas northeastward to Lake The rainfall varied greatly One area caught a downpour while a nearby region had only a light See Page 5 City Building Permits Pass Million Hark Corsicana went above the one million dollar mark in new con struction starts this week after the years first two quarters had seen building work rise and ebb periodically which had indicat ed that the high mark just at tained would not have come un til late In the third The past week saw nine build ing permits issued by the city aggregating which ed the years total estimate Saturday to Permits were as follows 115 North Second build drivein grocery Clowe Floral 620 North Fifteenth general repairs and building and Harri 1918 West Second construct brick veneer 205 Gorman build two bed frame Hash op 1522 West Sixth build two bedroom 2012 Belclnir Circle build brick iOO 607 East Avenue add small storage Burtis 013 Mimosa build three edroom brick Fred add July IS UPI Mass layoffs in steel related industries are gaining momentum although the na tions steel furnaces have been shut down for only four Coal a railroad and a manufacturing company were the latest to lay off workers in the nationwide strike of the United Steelworkers In the Frick coal district of Steel an announced Friday that it will close down five more coal in the district beginning Mon The Norfolk and West Rail a major coal 15 men from the work force yesterday at its shops because of the steel strike and the consequent drop in our traffic In the Sharon Tube Company announced that it was closing next week as a result of the More than 170 production workers will lose their jobs temporarily because See Page 8 Economists Views Differ About Strike MACKINAC July 18 of the na tions top economists disagreed today in predictionson the nomic Impact of the steel strme Robert Washing ton consulting brand ed the steel companies as the worst Inflationary force in the country and said the industry welcomed the strike to justify a big price But Harvard ProfessorAu thor Kenneth eco nomic advisor to Adlal Steven son In his presidential said the economic influence of the strike has been exaggerat Galbrailh said strikes aro part of the system In this Nathan and Galbraith were among seven economists giving a shirt sleeve briefing to Dem See Long Gets Rest Before Races EL July 18 Earl Long of after his best night of sleep in got ready today to fly to n a private plane and try his uck at the horse The track at Ruidoso sent down a Cessna 190 plane to bring Long In for the races and put an apartment at the track at his Long hung a Dont Disturb sign on the door of his hotel He slept from 8 Fri lay to about Foreign Aid Trouble Ahead July 18 A compromise for eign aid authorization bill drew a verbal brickbat today from he man who will have a lot say about how much money Is provided to make It Only short of the requested by Pres dent the bill was lammered out Friday by Sen ateHouse conferees and will e considered by the House next The measure merely provides authority for continuation of he program to help friendly na tions stem the tide of Commu nism through economic and mil tary A separate bill putting up the cash must be acted on Otto Passman D chairman of a House ap sub committee which will draft the financing took a dim view he authorization He call ed it entirely too high and un realistic and said that as usual it is In keeping with the wishful thinking of the Presi Passman wouldnt say how much he believed the appropria tions should be but House leaders have tossed around the figure of half a billion dollars or The foreign aid bill offers them their biggest oppor tunity to make a sizable cut in the Presidents overall appro priation requests for Passman also looked with dis favor on a provision of the com promise measure shifting mili tary aid next year to the regu lar Defense Department budget for a twoyear trial The obvious effect of that provision would be to remove jurisdiction over foreign aid defense appro priations from Passmans sub Passman predicted that Chair man Clarence Cannon of the full committee would aidestep that Cannon has power to delegate almost any subject he desires to any of his many Cannon is too smart to buy that Passman He knows the purpose of Cannon wasnt available for but close associates said Passman reflected the chairmans The compromise bill contains provisions calling for specific plans next year to terminate all economic assistance except The biggest cut was in au thorization for military arms The President wanted for this The conferees settled for with a limit of 67 million dollars on military as sistance to Latin Stricken from the compromise was a Senate provision earmark ing for NATO coun Other authorizations Include 751 million dollars In defense economic for special economic aid to friendly nations not members of NATO and 700 million for I860 for development KHRUSHCHEV STETTII Gromyko Miffed As Allies Skip Birthday Mention By JOSEPH GIUGG July Soviet Premier Nikita Khru ahev has dropped all pretense of backing German reunifica tion and openly seeks perpe tuation of the present the United States charged to Speech Studied Assistant Secretaryof State Andrew Herding told news men the American delegation to the Big Four Foreign Minis ters Conference based the charge on the study of a key phrasa used by Khrushchev in a speech Friday In The Western Foreign Minis ters put the speech under the miroscope Quotes Paragraph Berdlng said the United States was Interested in tha paragraph of Khrushchevs speech that said The frontier which we will defend is now between East Getmany and West This is the frontier which di vides the world of socialism from the world of capitalism and we will defend this frontier with all our The Khrushchev statement was in keeping with the cloud Russian toughness has See Page 8 Soviet Premier Skips Bloody Revolution Site July 18 Premier Nlklta Khrushchev today shunned tha scene of the birthplace of Pol ands bloody 1956 Bread and Freedom It had been understood that on the fifth day of his Polish would visit the Cegielskl Locomotive where the Poznan riots broke out June But instead he sent part of his entourage there and himself visited nearby collective The riots began at the loco motive works and lasted for three days brought on the de mise of Stalinism in After his tour of nearby Khrushchev and Polish ommunist Wladslav Gomulka flew back to Warsaw for a weekend rest from his grinding schedule in He was ex pected to go to a hunting resort somewhere in the forests of East Poland to The Soviet Premier and his party arrived here by train rom Szczecin Stettin on the Baltic and drove through friendly though not overenthu siastic crowds Into the heart of he See Page 8 END OF A SATELLITE picture released by Air Force at Cape shows the Juno II rocket that was carrying a pound satellite beginning tcj lowup after it took a wrong course after Aid Force Photo from AP Wirephoto   

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