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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL FORECAST Generally fair through Saturday a cooler Thermometer 8 9 I 10 11 I 12 1 I 2 44 52 60 64 86 I 67 68 Complete Weather Bevort on Market fflHameof the Daily SunandSemiWeakly MornirioHiM LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er some profit cor porates Cotton quiet CHICAGO heavy government loan ly higher to 50 cents higher top steer supply too light for market test top AP TELEMATS 227 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Will Give Moscow ShipBoarding Details r ft SrtSriSfSr MacmiSlan Demands Sincere Red Negotiation PEACE HOPE BRITON SAYS Some Feeling Summit Meeting May Be Pushed i From Sun Services 27 Prime Minister Macmillan told his Soviet hosts tonight that If they really want to maintain peace they must negotiate with a sincere desire to reach fair It la not enough to wish for peace or even to talk about he said in a toast to Ukrainian Premier Kalchenko to night at a formal dinner ending his visit in It is the duty of all coun tries to work for It Of course difficulties or mis understandings arise between When they do it is the duty of statesmen to do all they can to remove them and to frame their policies In such a way as to lessen international There was no doubt Maomll lan stands by the Western call for a foreign ministers confer ence on Berlin and that he firm ly put this call to Khrushchev hi But after five days of talks with Khrushchev he was reported less opposed to a summit meeting than Eisenhow But it is felt the Prime Minis ter may reluctantly urge the See Page 11 Woman fined For Refusal To Take Stand A case in Judge Bow dens court took a strange turn when the complaining a was fined for contempt of court because she refused to appear to testify her husband V Earlier Judge Bowden on the recommendation of County At if torney Jimmy the pro secuting instructed a sixman jury to return a ver dict of not guilty against Rob ert who was charged with Perry was charged with beat ing his She had filed the complaint but later refused to So the woman instead of the husband was fined Costs would have been added to the mans Her acting in her behalf pleaded guilty to the contempt charges and paid the Kept only members of the jury were excused and paid each for their Judge Bowden was prepared to issue an attachment for the women when her attorney paid the An hour at 10 two men turned up and said they had been summoned as pros pective They had been told the trial was at 10 they See Page 2 PACIFIC aircraft carrier USS her flight deck jammed with sails past the sunken hull of the USS upper on recent arrival at Pearl Navy arriving at the Pacific naval base always render honors when passing the famed battleship that was sunk during the attack on Pearl Harbor in The first of its class ever assigned to the Pacific was en route to join the Seventh Fleet in the Far AP Wirephoto from Navy Photo OK Limited Archery Bill AUSTIN The House decided today to allow bow and arrow hunters to chase turkey arid other wild game in less than half of Texas 254 It approved by voice vote a bill td allow land owners in about 100 counties to permit Texac archers to hunt during The bill now goes to the Originally introduc ed as statewide the measure was chopped down in its effect as representatives re moved more than 150 Whodunnit read a sign Oliver of Port Neches carried around his neck this He also had an arrow strapped across the top of his If youll examine the Lhere should be a name on it as s required by your Dick Corry of Victoria told Debate was postponed Thurs day on the measure after many representatives said they want ed to remove their counties rom the bills Some counties were added to he no hunting list even aft er the bill was The House adjourned until Monday after a lengthy argu ment over a bill to allow coun Jes with less than 100 scholas tics in common school districts vote oh retaining the office of county school See Page 2 KANSAS GETS HAIX KANSAS 27 has been selected as the site for a pro posed million dollar agri cultural Hall of New Diagnosis Technique Tested government has announc ed that it successfully tested a new technique for diagnosing communicable It said the technique could lead to eventually wiping out rheumat ic fever and rheumatic heart Arthur Secretary of Education and Welfare told a news conference the tech nique permits speedy smear1 or slide testing of specimens in stead of timeconsuming tests in The new method of diagnosis is called the flourescent anti body It first was de veloped as a defense against germ and Flemming said it could become a vital tool for rapid countermeasures against such an Flemming said the new sys tem could greatly speed diagno sis of a wide range of such dis eases as po and Rocky Mountain he specific treatment could be start ed Flemming said rheumatic dis ease is an aftermath of strepto coecal infection and eariy diag nosis of strep throat could be a See Page 10 Murder Details Sicken Crowd By KENDALL 27 price tag on mur der read slightly more than today in the killing of Olga 30yearold Canadian borne nurse who died at the hands of two assassins two months before her child was to be That was all Luis and Augustine said they received from Elizabeth for the murder of the wife of her 29 yearold Frank Details of Olgas murder told Thursday in the eighth day of the related with out emotion by Moya and Bald The start of Moyas cold blood ed recital sent Duncan fleeing from the courtroom I cant stand I cant stand Fact hit her over the followed fact took turns choking forming a picture of merciless shocking and sickening to spec tators in the jammed Under District Attorney Moya de scribed a scene of bargaining for the haggling over the means of murder and the final scene of once described by a detective as the coldest fish he ever said he and Bald onado contracted ivith Dun can last 14 to kill her daughterinlaw for But they said they received just over for the I asked how much it would be worth to get her daughter inlaw out of the when the money would be paid and the expressionless Moya She first wanted to pay but I boosted it up to Moya said Duncan offer ed sleeping pills in case dying might be too painful for Ol rope to tie her and acid to disfigure the pretty nurse so she wouldnt be The if such a haphazard arrangement could be consider ed a called for kidnaping Olga on the street and taking her to where she could be done away Moya said Duncan went right out after the killing ar rangements were settled and pawned her wedding rings forj to finance the With the Moya he and Baldonado rented a car for borrowed a pistol from a friend and bought tape and black leather Given Warning He said the pact WHS sealed by a warning from Dun You had better look out for Shes a pretty strong girl and she might put up a Moya quoted Duncan as If what Moya and Baldonado said was true about the warn It was well put because Ol ga fought to live with all her From th time Moya said they lured the nurse from her Santa Barbara apartment on ruse that her was outside until the need of her death Olga fought to When she opened the door of the I struck her on the head with the Moya tes It was a pretty hard but she was not knocked She See Fags 10 Yankees Sign Mickey Virgil Trucks 27 York Yankee slugger Mickey Mantle ended his holdout today by signing a 1959 contract calling for u salary of a raise ot Mantles coming after an hourandahalf meet ing here with Yankee general manager George brought all of the 1958 world cham pions under Pitcher Virgil the only othnr had signed earlier in the Mantle emerged from Weiss office displaying a wide smile and announcing that he was satisfied with the pact he had Weiss said that the contract contained no A reference to reports that Man tips contract might contain bonus clauses or disciplinary conditions concerning his ac tivities off the Mantle at first was offered a contract calling for a based on the fact that he drop ped off to a batting aver age with 97 runs battled in last But the 27year old switch hitter stubbornly re See Page T Army Readies New Shot At Moon Growing Crops Only Crime MORE ARRESTS EXPECTED TEENAGE SEX RING LITTLE Arkansas State Police said today more arrests are expected in the interracial teen age sex and dope ring his vice squad Orval Faubus announc ed Thursday state police swoop ed down on the racilly mixed ring led by two negro adults and involving more than a doz en negro and white boys and Faubus said state troopers picked up five negroes and sev en white boys and all teenagers except two of the ne groes who are over He said that was all that had been ar rested and questioned so Little already embroiled in a bitter fight against federal Father Files Complaints On Three Of Sons a jeweler and the father of filed a complaint of incorrigi bles aganist three of his sons in Juvenile Court He charged they Ignored him threatened him and threw stonef at The boys are 15 and In the last couple of snid theyve been getting worse and Idonl know They could be good I want them to get straightened out before they get into serious Paulisich accused his sons ot having drinking and gambling parties in his He said they threatened him when he He and his have three other two 12 and and another Police said the three older boys were surly and bitter when taken to Juvenile Hall pending a One muttered Well get Governor Plans Teamster Fight SAN 27 Luis Munoz Marln is seeking the support of oppo sition parlies In his campaign to prevent an invasion of Puer to Rico by the Teamsters Un At a meeting Mu noz warned leaders of the state hood Republican and Indepen dence parties of the danger of letting a corrupt labor organi zation get roots here that could strangle our The Statehooders promptly an nounced they will back the gov ernors efforts to keep the Team sters Directors of the Inde pendence Party will meet Sun day to discuss Munoz orders to Integrate Its four high which Faubus has shuddered at the pros pects of more Some of the teenagers came from very prominent the Gover nor who led the state police vice said we definitely will make further ar rests in the Lindsey said the initial ar rests were the result of more than a year of work by his See Page 10 Probe Counsel Says Citizens Must Help Out 27 P Business management shares responsibility with labor union leaders for the racketeering and corruption exposed by the Sen ate Investigating its chief counsel said The Becks and the Hoffas will be forgotten but we will be plagued with new ones in the future unless we find the solu tion and take corrective Robert committee told a Rotary Club Kennedy said all citizens should look at the situations ex posed by the Senate committee see what causes racketeering and meet their Nothing will be done until the American people do some he Dava former head of the Teamsters couldnt exist except for his business Kennedy Kennedy earlier told a com mittee from Local 74 of the Boilermakers Union he will see if the Senate committee should look into their complaints against their international union Local with 731 members in 40 upper Gulf Coast counties has filed an Injunction suit against the parent It also has named the International in unfair labor practice charges See Page 10 Beck To Learn Penalty Friday 27 once a giant fiRure on the labor will be sentenced late today for cheating on his income Beck was convicted 19 by a federal court jury on six counts of income tax evasion and helping prepare fraudulent tnx He was accused of bilking the government out of In income taxes for Judge George Boldt could sentence Beck to a maximum of 30 years In prison and fine him Opinions Divergent Over Industry Electric Cars Plan Comeback By JACK VANDENBERG 27 A streamlined version of the electric automobile grandma used to drive may be making a comeback but theres a wide difference of opinion on the ef fect it will have on producers of the gas At least two companies not now associated with the auto industry have announced plans produce electricpowered auto mobiles within the next 18 And a division of one of the major auto De Soto Division of Chrysler has revealed a threeeights scale model of an idea the Cella which would be powered by electric The other two companies are the Cleveland Vehicle Cleve which will start pro duction of electric trucks next week and electric automobiles within a year from and the Stinson Aircraft Tool and Engineering San which will produce elec tric passenger cars and trucks beginning in with an electric van cost only nine On a 43mile trip with 171 the costs came to for the gasoline truck and 41 cents for the electric Electricity costs of the Stin Electric cars were among theson car have been estimated at first horseless carriages proiafoout a quarter of a cent per duced in the United The Morris and Salom Electrobat and the Riker Electric Stanhope were out as early as The highways opened possibil ities of longrange travel to the motoring public but lack of facilities to regenerate the elec tric cars as gasoline stations did for gas kept the electric car tied to short range Test runs by the Cleveland firm showed it cost 69 cents to operate a gasolinepowered de livery truck for 13 miles with 121 stops while a similar With economy of operation the keynote of both Thomas predicted a wide open market for the electrics and and a San Diego dentist who is codevelop er of the Stinson said his company hopes to produce annually in a couple of Graves said he expected the Stinson called a Charles to sell for about Thomas said the CV See Page 10 27 UPI A poultry farmer who has run into so much trouble with the government he may move to Australia told Congress oday his only crime was using lis land to grow Stanley took his fight against the tyranny of the nations wheat program before a House Agri culture He testified that his refusal to slop growing wheat for his chickens In defiance of gov ernment acreage has resulted in fines and costs totaling since What is my crime he ask I did not sell any wheat so my offense is not selling Then my offense had to be us ng land for producing Yankus said he was not ing for the right to grow wheat but for the right to own pro If I am forbidden the use of my then I do not own he My rights do not extend much beyond the right to pay This Is The wheat rebel conceded that he was outnumbered in his battle against federal farm policies and said in advance of his testimony that he and his family probably would sail for Australia this I dont want to take a defeat ist attitude about this fight of Yankus But the See Page 10 Marshall Gland Trouble Under Control 27 UPI Army doctors reported today they had brought under control the pituitary gland in volvement complicating treat ment of ailing George GeorRe chief of medicine at Womack Army Hospital said Marshalls water loss has been controlled and reported the 78yearold soldierstatesman was resting comfortably The generals blood pressure and pulse are stable and he has no Powell How his condition remains seri ous and the prognosis Marshall was stricken with a more stroke last iveok after suffering one at his home Treatment was complicated first by an attack of pneumonia and atcr by the pituitary gland in Doctors said the land involvement was evldenc d by an increased output of wa ter by way of the A Duke University specialist examined Marshall Thursday and concurred in the findings of Army doctors and agreed with the CAPE 27 Army suc cessfully fired another work horse Jupiter on a routine test flight early today and then turned its attention to the new moon rocket it has assembled 150 yards The Jupiters flight of less than its full range set the stage for blastoff of the Armys second space ixpected some time this week The Jupiter will again be used as the Army moon rocket Todays Jupiter test was the first in which Air Force troops have About 10 Air Force trained by the Army at Its missile helped launch the 50ton weapon at The defense department said two hours later that the flight was A spokesman said the firing was a test of the Chryslermade Jupiters See Page 7 Negroes Carry Complaints To CC Committee Investigative subcommittees were set up Friday to look Into three matters submitted to the Chamber of Commerce Inter racial committee whose func tion is to strive to harmonious relations promote between white and negro Meeting with Chairman Leigh ton Dawsori for the first session of the year were John Elmore Ben Ben Dick Eugene Robert Manager Dick President Bob and an invited Emma Knight announced Mas a former negro nurse at Memorial had been In vited to submit a problem she has for any assistance the panel might He added she was See Pago 2 Red Bombers Near Formosa The Nationalist China defense ministry said today that Communist China has moved about jet bombers with in striking distance of Rear Liu HohTu said that among the bombers are Russianbuilt IL28 light which have a range of miles and can carry more than three tons of conventional bombs Ho estimated the total Chi nese Communist air strength on the mainland at better than At least of these are within about 850 miles of President Chiang KaiSheks fortress the defense min istry spokesman AWAIT FULL REPORT FROM NAVY PARTY Action Follows Several Breaks In Ocean Cables State Department said today the United States will communicate with the So viet Union on the boarding by naval personnel of a Russian fishlnir trawler off The trawler was boarded to check whether its crew had damaged a multlmllllondollar transatlantic cable Note Scheduled Lincoln state depart ment said a format note would be sent to Moscow when the department has rei ceived and assessed all the formation We will communicate with the Soviet Union when all of the facts are ho Asked what the United States would say If the facts failed to show any responsibility the part of the intentional or White said he did not want to pate contents of any Ameri can ReturningTo Fort The destroyer Roy which put the boarding party on the Soviet waiJ steaming back to J land to make a full See Mason Attacks MultiBillion Houston Plans 27 The administration today nounced as extravagant and Inflationary a multlbilliontdol lar housing measure adopted this week by the Democratic controlled House Banking and Currency Housing Administrator Nor man Mason told a news conference the measure was one of the most costly housing pro posals ever considered by Con He said it would costing the taxpayers In the yoar Mason said the price tag Democratc have put on the hill was only half Counting public housing subsidy costs over the next 48 Mason the bill ac tually adds up to Mason said he did not ques tion the motives of supporting the bill but contend ed some of them did not realize Its full He declined to say If he would See Page 10 CRIME INCREASES AUSTIN UP glary and aggravated assault crimes soared In Texas last vear but there were fewer cases of rape and the Depart ment of Public Safety to Berlin Unafraid By PHIfc NEWSOM 27 UPI The Russian ultimatum to the Western Allies to get out ot Berlin by May 27 reached its halfway mark today and found West Berliners apprehensive ijul Both they and their American allies here are convinced the Russians fully intend on May 27 to hand over to the Commu nist East Germans the land and air controls that are Ber lins American military sources here carefully avoid talk which might entangle them In a po itical and they care fully avoid talk which the Rus sians might interpret as threat But their conversation leaves no doubt that military plans have been prepared for an emergency and that they be ieve they can carry them out It was an American briefing officer who coined the phraso apprehensive but Conversations by this corres pondent with West Berlin busi ness people bear him only a at times almost Una divides East and Sometimes it runs along a quiet residential At it might bo an impressive marker such as the Brandenburg But there is no either In East or West who docs not seem aware of the May 27 first announced by Russian Premier NikHa Khrush chev three months ago and rei terated with threatening over tones in Moscow 48 hours It all depends on the Amer is a recurrent phraso It Is heard In the in and it Is also heard in the gray stone pile which is the Russian Embassy in Communist East in a highcell inged a Russian spokes man taps a wellmanicured fin ger on a polished mahogany table and also It all de pends on the They mean It in different The West Berlin businessman means it because he hopes and believes the United States will stand firm In the face of Soviet The businessman feels all alone a professed cap Itallst 110 miles Inside the Com munist If the Communists come In he feels himself a marked He is and re gardless of what the he will And he fervently the Americans wlU The Russian spokesman ap proached it from a different He reiterated frequently that he makes no official on Russian The Rus sian Embassy here will the official Interpretation ot Khrushchevs latest speech for he the must make a con structive And places special emphasis on word The Allied Foreign Conference he was not constructive because It rejected the Russian propojfc als The he handing controls over to East Germans because they ara sick and tired of He See I   

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