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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudi ness with occasional rain through Thermometer Readings 8 1 9 10 11 i 12 1 44 i 48 56 57 58 60 62 Complete Weather Report on Market I Homeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly MoniinJ I id LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Market Are Closed On AP TELEMATS 210 TEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS FAMILY OF MISSING LaRoy Price reads a telegram in her home from the Air Force concern ing the fate of her Price was flight engineer aboard the C130 transport plane that was shot down over Ar menia Price of Is among the miss With Price are her and AP Wirephoto Electronic Spies Proven To Reds By CHARLES COBDDRY 7 UPD Russian now know how the Wests electronic ears and eyes can follow their jet plane operations right into their ground control centers along Iron They learned from the state departments absolutely auth entic tape recorded evidence that Soviet planes shot down en unarmed transport over Russian Armenia last The extent of electronic sur veillance of the Reds is secret But aiR forced assume that it is They now have convincing evi dence that it is If the United States gets no further satisfaction from the Russians In the shooting Inci officials consider they have dramatically exposed as a lie Soviet claims that Red lots did not down the Air Force C130 There were 17 men aboard Six bodies were recovered but the Russians never have ac counted for the other The state department would not say how it came by its But evidence of ef fective electronic was figuratively written al over the documents made pub lic Whoever did the possibly in knew the frequency on which Red grounil stations transmitted voice com munications to jet fighter translated intercepts of Russian pilots radio conversa the department gave a running account of the shoot ing down of what the recorded Russian voices called a fouren gine Pi See Page Washington Awaits Reaction Of Russians Trooper 7 UP The United States awaited to day Moscow reaction to a tape recording the State Department gays is evidence than an unarm ed American transport plane shot down by Soviet The State Department made public Thursday the transcript of what it called a recording of Soviet fighter pilots talking to each other by radio as they at tacked the fourengine trans The plane went down last 2 after it had crossed the SoviefTurkish At least six Some officials the Soviet response to the record ing would be to denounce the document as a Others said it was impossible to pre dict what line Moscow would But if thought the Soviets could ignore document the The Soviet eluding In Premier Anastas Mikoyan during his Wash ington visit last has tak en the position that the plane crashed rather than being shol Six bodies later were turned over to American authorities Four were identified and re turned to their The Soviets maintained they know nothing about the fate of the other 11 men The two unidentified dead were burled Friday in adjoin ing graves in Arlington Nation al Members of Con gress and high military officials were among those One of the few women attend ing was Arthur Mello of Her a technical sergeant was on the ransport and was not among he four identified See Page 5 OceanSpanning Titan Launched CAPE 7 United States missile arsenal boasted a new flighttested ICBM today oceanspanning The Air Force staged its first successful test firing of the bulletshaped Titan super missile It blasted well over 200 miles on an arc that reached a maximum of 50 miles in using only its first stage Air Force Officials were Chief of Staff Thomas White said In Wash ington that the Titan success fully accomplished the pro grammed This was to test the first stage propul sion and control In the first time the jTitan has been released from TKS boltings the second stage was filled with The launching of the mighty war or peace rocket came on the third anniversary Of establishment of the plant In where the 110 90foot ICBM is The Titan ii believed to have a potential range of enough to span the biggest carrying nuclear war Or It might be fired into Authorities say its booster with the most powerful single rocket engine in the free could power a manned rocket around the It was the third try at get ting the sleek Titan into actual two previous attempts in engine malfunction ended and shutdowns before the bolt ings were On Fridays the upper shaped like a large caliber was packed with instruments to furnish In formation and data on stresses and the But it was not equipped with a new See Dulles Discuss Rogers Warns Foes Of Integration HO RELIEF FOR VIRGINIA FROM JUDGE Rights Panel Names Two More Alabama Counties NEW 7 Rogers expressed be lief today that resistance to pub lic school integration is begin ning to soften that and wisdom are coming to the There is a much wider ac ceptance of the realities a growing recognition that intran sigent resistance can lead but ul timately to the destruction of public schooling in the area con Rogers Warns On Defiance At the same Rogers served notice that the Justice Department wont toler ate defiance of federal court integration In a talk prepared for a meet ing of Fordham University law the attorney general said If a federal court enters a decree and there should there be defiance of that decree or a substantial interference with its it in our become the duty of the Department of Justice to In such circumstances we shall take all appropriate steps to vindi cate the courts through the institution of contempt Hopes For Order Rogers expressed how that state and local auth orities will maintain order them selves without Central Plains Brace For New Blizzard Cash Demand Forces Treasury Move African White Supremacy Chief FIGHT AHEAD IN CONGRESS Dies Of Stroke South Af former prime minis ter of South Africa and a mili tant foe of racial integration died today of a Malan served as prime minis ter from 1958 to He suffered a stroke late last year and had relapse He died this morning at his res idence Malan was leader of the Na tionalist Party and an ardent advocate of Apartheir racial He climaxed one of the most bitter election campaigns in the union history when he scored an unexpected victory over Gen Jan Christian Smuts In the Dominions elder had been prime min ister since Malan was a turned turned turned He was a reformer by nature and never assailed by doubts of the righteousness of his ideas In this he voiced warm praise for this weeks peaceful integration of 21 negro children in schools at Norfolk and Ar Looking Rogers said there is cause for encourage He added Voices of moderation are be ing heard in many and with greater frequency and clar Many people who have been adamant up to this point are See Page 5 of in Rlebeek West in the Colony May Mal Escapes Jail But Recaptured Allen who has admitted killing an Oklahoma highway escapee from jail here Friday night bul was cornered In a farmyarc near in a wile chase across the state line with Oklahoma officers in picked up his wife on his dash for Both were captured unharmed after Texas officers styt up their car as they started to bolt from the farmyard where they tried to The pair waived extradition were returned here last Officers today planned to move Young to maximum secur ity custody in the State Peniten tiary at Young escaped simply by walking out of an exercise room at the Altus He walked through the jailers living quar briefly with ters and scuffled jailers Thirty officers states joined the from both brief which reached speeds of 120 See Page 8 Union Due To Resume Talks Tuesday Oil has accepted a union approach for resumption of col ective bargaining in a dispute at the firms strikebound Port Arthur The Houston Post said it had earned that talks will get un der way at Port Arthur Tues day but neither company nor union officials would comment on the Elro district director of the Chemical and Atom ic Workers said he was grateful that the company is willing to solve the problem through collective bargaining rather than through the Brown earlier said Gulf could make the refinery show a million dollar Joss since they were able to purchase foreign crude at 75 See Page 8 an began as a teacher but soon exchanged the classroom for See Page 8 One Fatality On County Road Mars January With one rural Na varro county was below or tied with nine other counties in Wa co District 6A of the Texas Highway Patrol in auto acci dent for the month of There are 22 counties in the According to a report releas ed by Sergeant Scott of the Corsicana Na varro county had one rural fa tality six personal in jury 11 property dam age for a total of Six persons were There were 12 counties with out fatalities during the among them Anderson and Hill county led all others in Six persons werea kill all of them in one Limestone county had four fa Henderson and Johnson two and McLennan Other counties with fatalities had one For the 22county there were 21 deaths arising from ten fatality Sixtysix accidents resulted in 116 per sons being There were 130 property damage bringing the total number of ac cidents to Property damages totaled Property damages for Navar re county alone was For the NaverroEllis Lime stone and Henderson county See Page 8 BIG DEPLETION ALLOWANCE By CHARLES HASLET 7 UP The oil and gas industry Is getting set for a big battle in Congress over proposals to cut its depletion allowance from 27 12 to 15 per Income tax law now permits the industry a 27 12 per cent deduction in figuring gross rev enue from production of oil and Previous efforts to cut the percentage have been Three bills have been introduc ed this year to cut it to 15 per There is increasing evi dence that the depletion tax provision may be subject to In tensive review during this ses sion of Russell general counsel of the Independent Petroleum of said In a letter to He added that in view of a need for a better understanding Poage Defends Small farmer 7 Poage maintains that the little cotton farmer is Just as valuable to the nation as a small and thus Is entitled to government aid to make a The Democrat Friday pledged to fight for as sistance sufficient to guarantee producers around 30 cents a pound for even though he said some efficient large farmers can grow it for 25 or 26 Poage told the Southeastern Cotton Ginners that some people feel it is foolish and even wicked to try to maintain the socalled inefficient farmers of the red hills of Georgia or the piney woods of East Tex He said foreign aid had been sent to bolster the little farm ers of Asia and elsewhere as standoffs for Communists and said that if they are valuable in Iran or Cambodia they surely ought to be Just as much so at Draft Calls For Four Men Four men being called for in duction Into military service from this county on 18 were announced Saturday by Bessie secretary Local Draft Board Slated for induction on that dote are Gilbert Wayne Britton of Arlington Guy Alton Frank Dawson Ervln Lee An and Clyde Wallace Grimmett of Kansas The baords next are for three men for induction and sev men for physicals on March ofthe justification and Import ance of the a special committee of the association is preparing information on ap plication and effect of the pro Coal and independent oil as sociation officials expressed concern over a report that a cargo of Romanian fuel oil had been purchased by an American firm by contracts with Interests operating behind the Iron Cur Tom executive vice president of the National Coal said a shipload of Ro manian residual industrial type oil destined for New York was only the entering wedge of a determined Communist drive to See Page 5 Host Wanted Man Captured FBI today that David Lynn 30 one of its 10 most wanted fugi was arrested In New York City Friday night when he was frightened out of holding up a an artist sought for robbery and assault approached Manager Harry Roth of the Floridian Restaurant on Broadway and ordered him to dump his money in ft cloth bag or be Roth to be held up He screamed get out of Thurslon He was caught by a New York City patrolman three blocks away after the pursuing police man fired a warning shot into the The fugitive at first gave his name as George Bale but later admitted under questioning that he was FBI Chief Edgar Hoover said Thurston had been sought for unlawful flight to avoid im prisonment after being convict ed in for armed robbery and He had sentenced to a prison term of 15 Paper Claims Khrushchev Sick 7 The West Berlin tabloid NachlDC pesche said today Nikila Khrush chev gave the appearance of be ing u very sick man during the recent Soviet Communist parly The quoting un named Czech Communist sourc said the Soviet Premier look ed as if had aged was unusually and was rumored to be suffering from a urn The NachtDepesche WHS the only newspaper to carry the re which could not be con firmed from other Witness Silent On Shakedown Trace Teamster Ties To Red 7 UPD Chief Counsel Robert Kennedy said today the Senate Rackets Committee will seek more Information on a Teamster tieup with Gus an accused former Com The committee heard testi mony this week that Teamster 208 of Los Angeles gave financial support to a strike by an Independent furniture work ers union set up by Brown aft er he was ousted by the CIO for Communist Documents indicated that Teamster headquarters later re mbursed the local and that there was talk of an affiliation between Browns group and the Kennedy said the committee had been unable to locate Brown for questioning but would keep after He said there was not revealed dur ing the of additional contracts between Brown and high Teamster Witnesses before the commit tee Friday accused Mike business agent of Los Angeles Teamster Local of shaking down profiting at his own testimonial and taking a trip with a lady friend at union Called before the Singer invoked fifth amend ments privilege against possible selfincrimination in refusing to say whether he was the per sonal ambassador of Teamsters President James Hoffa on organizing trips to Hawaii and Puerto He also declined to say whether he was ever a mem ber of the Communist Party or advanced the cause of Com munism during a trip to Hono The chief witnesses against Singer were Morris Gurewitz and Los Angeles rendering plant who sipped milk as he blamed Singer for agitating his He estimat ed that the Teamster officials activities cost him in profits over a period of four or five Gurewitz and Cohen testified that Singer forced them to turn over 20 to 40 per cent of their business to a competitor who was a friend of They said they were also compelled to contribute each to help buy an automobile for Staff Investigator Pierre Sal Sea Page 8 The government Is going to bor m billion dollars in new cash next week because of un expected difficulties In refinanc ing part of the national The announcement by the Treasury Friday came as a sur Only a week ago Treas ury officials said they hoped to get by withou such a borrowing until Tha need for the new cash arose when the Treasury offer ed new securities earlier this week in exchange for in maturing But holders of of the old securities rejected the offer and demanded payment In This is known at attrition and officials said it was some what heavier than Since the Treasury doesnt have the cash on hand both to pay off these cash demands and safely meet the governments daytoday obligations it is forc ed to borrow the new To raise the the Treas ury said it will auction 217day tax anticipation bills next Wed The bills will be dated will mature 21 and will be accepted at face value in payment taxes due On the attempted 15 billion See Page 5 New Lincoln Penny Is Same On One Side new penny will be Issued next but the face on the coin remains the The new be Issued officially the 150th an niversary of Lincolns birth was a picture of the Lincoln Memorial on one side Instead of a The other bear ing the picture of President Ab raham remains un Nearly 100 Republican con gressmen are sending thousands of their constituents free ad vance samples of the new Lin coin Lincoln was the first Repub lican The general reaction reported coming from constituents across the land Send The House GOP Congressional Campaign Committee alone has helped 70 Republican congress men purchase new pen nies for Congressmen mailed the pen See Page 8 Kidnaper Says Need Of Honey Prompted Deed 7 Charlea Me a cow hand from faced kidnap ing charges today In the after math of a wild chase through three counties that Involved 20 McArthur told officers that he kidnaped Fay wife of a wealthy Dixon ranch because he couldnt find job and I wanted The involving speeds of up to 120 came to a screeching halt on Highway 40 one mile northeast of Vacaville and about 50 miles from San escaped un harmed except for head bruises and neck cuts brought about when the chase ended In a pile up of Police block d the Dawson driven by the Then McArthur piled into a car driven by Sui sun policeman Lawrance Scriv ending Solano countys big gest manhunt 5 12 hours after kidnap I dont think he planned the whole thing too Dawson told officres as she was pulled out of the kidnap The kidnaping occurred short y after midnight Friday morn Dawson said McArth ur apparently came to her home sometime Thursday evening and waited for her and her to come McAr r bound the hands of both of then forced Daw son into the By United Press International Winterweary dug out of a new snowstorm turday and weathermen said blizzard which howled across Montana would batter the Cen tral Plains states with new snow and cold by Sunday or Winds which hit gusts of 50 miles an hour In Oswego Friday died down and the snow ended after dumping eight to 12 inches on the The new fall brought Os wegos winter total to more than 160 surpassing a record set in The storm stranded scores of automobiles and forced 51 youngsters in a grammar school on the campus of Oswego State Teachers College to spend the night in their They breakfasted with their tired teachers and then waited for their parents to return them to their The ranging in age from five to appeared to enjoy the pro longed stay In school and sev eral objected to Cold wave warnings were up for Montana before its inhabi tants could recover from Fri day zard nights hitandrun bliz whlch howled across the state on 52mileanhour The blinding curtain of snow See Page 5 Norway Seizes Russian Boat Norwegian Navy boarded and captured a Russian fishing boat today two miles in side Norways fishing The Norwegian Naval Com mand here said the Soviet traw ler made no attempt to escape and that the hoarding crew took over and made for Vice Erllng Hostvedt said the trawler was being tak en to the Western harbor of It was the first Sov iet boat to be captured since when several were brought in and their skippers The Norwegian Navy rein forced its sea and air patrol In the area Friday when another Soviet fishing part of a Russian fleet of 300 to 400 ves were caught inside Nor ways fishing There were reports that sev eral of the Russians entered the waters but they were MOSCOW SAYS WEST UNITY IS LACKING Rejection Note Of Soviet Offer Near Completion of State John Foster Dulles said today ha came to Germany to discuss means of common action by the Western powers against So viet threats to West Chancellor Konrad who met him at the airport on his arrival from agreed that this was the main point of their Both insisted there were no basic or fundamental differ ences In These thoughts about meth ods are still in a formativa but they will be common and Dulles Moscow said Dulles visits to Paris and Bonn were a desperate enterprise to patch up Western It said the West was split on Its ap proach to the Berlin crisis and the Germany Dulles will confer with Ade nauer and other West German leaders during his twoday Before boarding the plane for the 300mile Dulles told reporters at Paris Orly Airport that he was very with his talks In Recover More Plane Victims NEW Searchers recovered today the bodies or more victims of the American Airlines piano crash that claimed BS lives in the wa ter off Laguardia Airport last Tuesday The bodies of thren men were pulled out of the East River lodny bringing to 29 the num ber of victims Thirty six still were See Page 5 Britain Wants Facts Straight About Blockade 7 aln has asked the Department to keep the record straight on what It called American press charges that the British are snarling Allied plans a Berlin the Foreign Office said Sir Harold British ambassador in went to the State Friday to voice British objec tion to these Ha was received by Sec retary of State Robert Murphy Cacclas move followed re ports that the British were hold ing out against use of land force to push convoys through if the Communists blockade These reports pictured tha British as preferring to rely on an After seeing Caccia told British correspondents It there has been an impasse It has not been of our seeking or Correspondents said he left the clear Implication that any footdragging over antlblockada planning had been in the State The foreign office refused to Identify the newspapers whose stories prompted the KIDNAP rancher John shows how his Hilda was tied in her bod room by a kidnaper who held her five hours before ha apprehended by sheriffs Photo was made after Dawson was returned to her Charles McArthur la being held in connection with the AP Wirephoto   

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