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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Braves Talking Trade As Spring Training Progresses United Press International The New York Yankees and Milwaukee already strong winterbook are making no secret of their de gire to swing deals that would make them virtually lockup oennant With serious work in major league training camps hardly both general man agera George Weiss of the Yan kees and Johnny McHale of the Braves conceded yesterday that big deals may be expected any Weiss is believed angl ing with the Washington Sen and Baltimore Orioles while McHale is visiting the Philadelphia Phillies training We could swing a deal with Washington admitted Weiss when queniod in St But dont re strict it to We could swing a deal with two or Im looking for infield in surance and everybody knows laid who turned up today at The replacement of Red Schoend lanst still is our major aim at Big Fish Out The trade talk unusually loud at this early stage of spring training dominated the news from the big league camps which now are all officially In There were a few not able signers yesterday but the big fish Mickey Mantle Jackie Roy Slevcrs aric Bob Cerv stood firm in theii who showed up in Florida last won another round with the Yankees when assistant General Mart ager Roy Hamey turned over the Job of signing him to Weiss Larry Doby of the Clevelanc Indians and Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cubs made the big news in yesterdays actual workouts attempting to convert from center field to first base had his first workout at the new position and won prais from manager Joe the National Leagues home run king and most val uable showed up at the Cubs training siti and impressed manager Bob Soheffing with his svelte figure Banks reported only five pounds overweight after a busy winter on the rubber chicken circuit Manager Bill Rlgney of the San Francisco Injured in an auto accident a couple o Is due to report to signers Richie Ash batting with the Phillies infielder Andy Carey with the Yankees Gen who had threateriei to quit with the Orioles and secondbase candidate Fell Mantilla with the TiddleyWinhs Comes Of Age Feb 27 has come of and theres a shiny silver cup in the trophy room of Cambridge University to prove Using a masterful offense known as Cam bridge led rival Oxford Uni versity to an inglorious 6448 defeat yesterday as racing driver StirlingMoss The match was the first of icial Intervarsity tiddley winks contest for the vacant allEng and tiddley In the old tiddley play rs unanimously went about the game by trying to pot their The or the which potted the most winks But in the flashy new attack developed by one member of each twoman team s a potter and the other is a bogged down with an oldfashioned potting of fense with everyone trying to score just couldnt keep up the The Cambridge squoppers saved the In case youre not familiar with the rules of f your wink falls on one of vour opponents it takes the opponents wink out of Thats the job of the squop knock out the other fellows instead of try ing to hit the IN CORSICANA By Pat Brown Shay You sure thU bus to OHNSOV Therapy Center Officers Are Retained 1959 Navarro County Therapy Cen ter In board session Thursday reelected Its officers for another de clared five places on the board discussed plans for its March evaluation clinic of landicapped and con ierred with two speech sts about needs for therapy for areschool The center association direc ors had been wondering If here are sufficient preschool age children in the county with speech handicaps to warrant adding this type of therapy to the centers and to ward this end invited R Howell and Miss Jane speech therapists in the schoo to confer with the Discusses Needs The two teachers together first with Missourmns Like Devine 2T UPI Young Dan whose razzledazzle multiple of ense brought new enthusiasm o these conservative Ozark today signed a new eightyear contract as head foot ball coach of the University at The 34yearold to en deared himself to Miesourlans in only one year here that he has become one of the most protected college football coach es In the Best Policy Only recently rejuvenated alumni presented Devine with a life insurance policy jood for as long as he at the school of his own will or In If he the policy Is President Elmer Ellis reveal ed today that he had torn up Devines oneyearold threeyear contract with newal a twoyear re Devine came to Missouri season fresh from an undefeat ed year at Arizona where his team was the nations of fensive and scoring leader in Missouri won lost four and tied one last Fight Results NEW YORK Tor Puerto stopped Eddie 161 Phila delphia Bobby outpointed Teddy Red Top SPEED EXPIRES AUSTIN were held today for Lefty 55 one of Austins better known boxing He died early yesterday after heart suffering a PHARMACY SINCE 1879 Fast Automobile Service PHONE TR4370S 816 North Main Street FIRE KILLS YOUTH Joe died early today In fire that destroyed his house al His father was burned bad The mother was visiting a sick grandchild in Atlanta when the fire broke out at A living room stove was blamed Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your TR Want Ads to Why Worry Rely On Us OUR SERVICEMEN ARE EXPERTS We can fix your car and fix it without guess work the thing that of ten costs you Free estimates Prices are very BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE Reuben Tucker TRUCKS ond EQUIPMENT International Harvester Parts REUBEN Owner 708 Highway Dial TR45634 have 215 students from through seventh grade whom they giving each child two 30 minutes sessions They were how to furnish any estimate of how many preschool children are in need of speech therapy or how many county schoo children are as no other school system in the county has such a program as far as is In response to inquiries of di rectors they expressed the opin ion that there are numbei of preschool youngsters in town and throughout the county in the light of the 215 students in the school program at this Most of the cases by far that the two women work with in the schools Involve articulation with anc other defects or impediments in lesser Programs varies Progress in the correction of speech handicaps vary accord ing to the severity of the In dividual they brought out n pointing out that it could no so predetermined how long herapy would be Mrs Howell noted she has workec with some of the same children since the has been with th about four years Other cases have been correctei In a matter of months whore niild difficulties were encoun In further response to ques they answered that there are some children who couli benefit from more therapy tha the statesetup program of twi 30 minute sessions a anc if the association initiates a speech therapy clinic they woul refer to it the youngsters thej felt It would offer the mos Make Survey Before deciding whether not to Incorporate this area o therapy to the centers opera directors want to surve the county as extensively a and toward this en will seek information from th county schools as to the knowr students and preschool children in their districts and likewis will solicit the same informa tion from all doctors of th county as to any cases of which they have Anyone Interested or havini information about a child whi could benefit from a speed therapy program is urged t notify the association or Presl dent The association still does no know how many physical handicapped youngsters are li Navarro and who couli avail themselves of the service of the center if the center wa aware of who they are and th nature of their or i they In turn were aware of th centers Conduct Clinic With this in the assocla tion is planning to conduct halfday evaluation clinic o handicapped children on Tues March beginning at Outoftown orthopedis and pediatricians will be invite to participate in the clinic t examine the children who pre sent themselves to determin the handicap the treal care and therapy needec and how to go about obtalnln it if not already on the state1 crippled childrens program Navarro county doctors wil aid in the evaluation clinic b interviewing the children am their parents to obtain the cas history in preparation for ex pediting the referral of in dividual youngsters to the ortho pedists and The evaluation clinic will b held at the therapy center headquarters in the Shell Clinic and letters will be sent out ti doctors In towns In surroundlni counties urging them to refe any handicapped cases to th Further details will be an nounced later by John Grif fin and other doctor members o the association in charge of pre Paul Smith reported for th nominating compris ed of W Honeycutt and th February Is Necktie Month Special During February Six Ties Cleaned and 49 cents Leonard Cleaners Third and 15th DIAL TR43151 COURTHOUSE NEWS COMMISSIONERS COURT Three members of the ounty Judge Kenneth Douglas nd Commissioners Arlon Sim ons of Kerens and Sammle aunders of Blooming Grove re urncd from Texas Col ge where they attended ie first annual conference of ounty judges and commtssion The conference began ISTKICT CLERKS OFFICE The following case was filed Weaver Texas Em loyers Insurance uit to set aside award of in ustrial accident SHERIFFS OFFICE Arrested by Deputies Howe rench and negro man said he found n auto jack which he recently old to a pawn shop in Corsi pawn shop dealer had The dentified the man as the per on who sold the jack to he owner had identified the ack as one stolen from Unmoved by the Black on took the man before Justice Valter Hayes where charges E misdemeanor theft were Asked if he wanted to make the suspect said he want d to contact hla The an ater was placed in COUNTY JAIL According to Jailer COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE Warranty Deeds Bertha Weekley to 139 acres in Isaac Ralph Tandy and Wil iam Treadwell and other to 139 acres In Isaac Ralph Tandy and Wll Treadwell and other Leland Johnson to Mildred Lee 57 12 acres in Gibeurath and other Assignments Bill Underbill to State Na tional interests In parts of lots 2 and Block Cor mineral Leases Jesse Humphries to acres in James Smith Below feet and other considera Lloyd there were only six risoners on hand One f them has been in jail for lore than a another for ine Hit TAX OFFICE by Illness earlier this the tax office staff was t full strength Returning after battles with Inesses were Mary Jo Ander Murlene Sessions and Mrs HIGHWAY PATROL court office house will drivers Harmed Cables Include Best Lines In World By United Press Infcrnntlona The cables damaged in th North Atlantic include the worlds first transoceanic tele phone cable which was com pleted three years ago at a cost of 40 million That cable Introduced year all weather voice com munication between North America and It was laid by the American Telephon and Telegraph after agree ment was reached with Britlsl and Canadian There arc a number of otha cables stretching across tin floor of the including those laid by Western Union but these are for telegraphii communication Actually Two Lined An and spokesman said in New York that the void cable actually is composed o two which transml voices in different directions The cable that was damagec The license office will be closed I Ile saidi is tle one for Monday in observance of Texas West Such mishap had never occurred be he The one and onehal inches in diameter and capabl of carrying36 conversations a one stretches nauti cal miles under the From New it goe to across No via beneath the Cabo Strait to crosse that country and dips bac into the water to emerge a From there license EXTENSION OFFICE Charged with the responsibil ity of coordinating 4H club activities in the the county 4H council will hold its regular meeting at the Lone Star Gas company starting at 10 Whelyn council will conduct the pro As a part of the County Judge Kenneth Douglas it goes to London and othe will sign a proclamation deslg natingnext week February 28March 7 as National 4H club week in Navarro All club council delegates and organizational leaders are urged to attend the Parents and any 4H club members have been invited to observe as NIC Band And SenoriiasAi HS Assembly Highlighting the assembly at Corsicana High School Friday at were perform nces by the 30pleoe Navarro College Band and the The band presented 10 musl al Men of Swing Sweet Camptown My Hap Alexanders Ragtime done by the four major Arkansas Traveller and 76 Trombones as performed y the and Hi The Navarro combo composed f Jimmy Bobby Dusty and Hollls Mc Crory had musical Closing the assembly was the ands presentation of Amparlta MANTLE CONTINUED FROM PAOE ONE isted any pointing out hat he slammed 42 and emanded at least a small raise Mantles contract him once again the see nd highest paid player in the Lmerican second only o Ted Williams of the Bos on Red Sox who In xcess of ianels recommendation that all jresent officers be List The officers renamed for 959 60 Include McKln president Lewis fice president Burney and Floyd Five directors were retired rom the including Drew Isadore Goldberg and Jimmy Two candidates vere nominated from the floor o fill the vacancies and a com rilttee was appointed to propose hree nominees from out In the Serving on the panel o submit cpunty directors at arge were Floyd Wilson David and William Besides the guest Howell and Mlsg fficers and directors In attend nce were President Vice President Treas urer Secretary Paul Betty can Clark Butler and Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your Want Ads to a Want Ad and Convert t into Cash Dial Fred Blucher In City Race Fred a former city Friday became the third candidate for one of the two places to be filled on city commission in tho April 7 Application for a place on tho ballot was filed by Bluchor with City Secretary Charles Friday A practicing civil Bluch or is well known and a long time resident of March 7 is the deadline for filing for a place on the bal lot in any of the five offices to be filled mayor two com mission seats city ond city tax ROCKET CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE and fusing A ship was stationed in the Impact area down the Atlantic tracking range to record data on the nose cones fiery reentry into the earths atmosphere from The test was an other in the operation gas light in which photo graphs of the nose cone are tak en as it plunges back to The new moon a four stage vehicle with a 13pound payload mounted atop will follow the trail through space blazed by Russias If everything works The according to the skimmed past the moon and went into orbit around the If the new Army moon rock et functions It will hurl the spinning payload the miles to the edge of the moon in about 34 It then will hurtle free of both the earth and the moons to join Lunik as a second satel lite of the The Armys first moon rock fired last failed to attain the miles an hour speed needed to boost the Pio neer III payload past the moon because the first stage Jupiter burned out too As a Pioneer III trav eled less than onethird of the way to tho moon before falling back and burning in the earths The only difference between this space probe and the informed sources will be a slight change In the cosmic ray Both the payload and the rock ets three upner stages were developed by the jet propul sion laboratories JPL of Pa The firing of a discoverer missislc from Vandenberg Air Force Base on the West Coast was postponed earlier this countries on the The point the cabl was damaged was comparative ly shallow at 1 Th cable descends In the midA lantic to a depth of two am onehalf miles at one Push Past Repnlrs Because it is in relatlvel shallow the T spokesman said It hope to have it repaired over th The cable will b hauled the damaged par cut and then In the meantime I maintaining Its voice link ove circuits in Eu The and spokesma declined to comment on wet er the voice cable Is used fo the transmission of mllltar and government Agreement for constructlo of the cable was reached by A and the Birtlsh Post O which provides Britain telephone and the Ca nadlan Overseas Telecommun cations which provide Canadas overseas communlca and has a one half ownership interest in th The cable itself has a core o flexible copper tube about 5 inch in It is Insula ed by a solid layer of polyeth Protecting this plast coating are coverings of copp jute and steel armor wir Other Cables Western Union has 10 tel graphic cables under the A Damage has been re ported on four of whlc the company termed unusua A Western Union spokesma said that eight of their cable cross the Atlantic from Nev foundland and emerge In Ire England and Tw of the cables cut south and g the where they connec with cables going to In the vicinity where th damage he th Western Union cables and th and cable are wlthl space of 50 He said there had bee ouble every once In a while the past with fishing traw hooking into the cables an ther breaking or bendin The last cables laid by Wes rn Union were three hlg jeed cables put down In 192 20 and They are th latest cables in the c able of transmitting at a ra letters a T entral core ig covere y a thin metal ibbery steel arrnore ire andjute and Transit Mix ConcreU THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN CONCRETE All of our concrete de signed and tested by Com mercial CALL FOB FREE ESTIMATES TRANSIT MIX Concrete Supply Maurice Pbone TB 43241 Only SONOTONES NEW EYEGLASS HEARING AID HAS ALL THESE FEATURES AUTOMATIC VOLUME CONTROL CONSULTANTS FITTINGS CONTOUR CASE MICROPHONE AND RECEIVER COME INLET US SHOW YOU THE LATEST WAY TO HEAR BETTER I SMALLEST PERSONAL VOLUMESWITCH CONTROL TEMPLE BARS EASILY SHAPED STANDARD HINOIS YOUR CHOICE OF FRAMES MODERN TEMPLES SONOTONE HERMAN RHOADS Cnntlnimiiii In Cortileana 627 4th Dial TB 4S1SI Daily BOARDING 30NTINUED FROM PAGE ONE litial report from Its was tiat his men found no evidence hat the Russians were doing njHiing other than White House press secretary ames Hagcrty said Presi cnt Elsenhower had received rom the Navy a preliminary pport similar to the one the 7avy made public last Hagerty also told ncwsmoi hat the President had not onally ordered the boarding of he Soviet The order was issued by Admi Jerrauld commanderinchief tit he Atlantic with the ap proval of Defense Secretary fell Pentagon Responsible A state department spokes man earlier had declined all comment on the trawler inci saying that any informa ion would have to come from he Korte will make R full port sometime after the Hale eturns to Argentia around The boarding was carried out inder an 1884 treaty for protee ion of submarine Navy legal experts said under terms of the it vas not necessasry for the Unit ed States to make a report to Reaction Uncertain There was no immediate indi cation whether Moscow would view the incident as a major Issue to further strain Soviet American relations or accept it as a routine move under an in ternational treaty to protect un dersea A fiveman party from the Destroyer Roy Hale scram bled aboard the Soviet ship No vorossisk at noon Thursday about 120 miles northeast of An initial report by skipper of the said his men found no evidence the Russian vessel waa bent on anything other than But ths question of whether the ship had damaged the cables by accident was left Korte turned the destroyer toward Newfound land where he was due The State Department will have to decide on the basis of Kortes detailed report If and rep reservations It will make to the No Resistance No resistance to the boarding party was according to Atlantic fleet He said the trawlers master was friendly and The boarding was carried out under an 1884 treaty for pro tection of submarine cables Czarist Russia signed the treaty and the Soviet Union ratified It In The treaty provides that dam aging undorseas cables either willfully or by culpable negli gence Is a punishable The Soviet Union would be re sponsible for imposing any pen alties Involving a Russian Russian fishing ships have operated In the Grand Banks Region off Newfoundland since but this was the first time the United States exercised Us rights under the Five cable breaks have occur red since last Saturday along the course In which the Soviet ship had been ROBBER ARRESTED HOUSTON unarmed man was arrested sec onds after ho had attempted to rob a post office clerk of Fred tho said the appeared at a parcel post window and handed him a note demanding In 10s and 20s or Ill blow this place The man was taken to the Marshals Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your Want Ads to Sun Want Ads Bring Results Military Group In Discussion Of Holidays The military affairs commit tee of the chamber of commerce got a new name when It met Friday morning under new chair man Tom Spikes in the first session of Title of the group was chang ed to armed forces and veter ans affairs committee on una nimous vote of those It came on thp suggestion of past chairman Smith and chamber manager in expressing the thought that veterans should be increasingly considered in the actions of the Two propositions occupied most of the first One was an organized observ ance of the national particularly Armed Forces Day on May 16 and Veterans Day on The committee agreed a special observance should be set up for both with all the festive trapping that are feasi ble and To that a committee composed of Wesley John Smith and Roark was The other proposition was that of stimulating and particularly business to display the American flag on appropriate days and of using special methods of reminding the public when such a day ar This might be done by blowing whistles at a certain hour in the as a re It was brought out that many firms dont display the while others have flags that are ragged or In bad re The committee to handle lal armed forces holiday pro grams will investigate the speak ers or the special equipment thai can bo brought in addition to sounding out service clubs or other civic organizations that could help in the observance one way or Present at the meeting were Green Bernte R Wheelock and Manager Dick The way to 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