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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 3, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER through Wed nesday warmer Wednesday low tonight in Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 I 11 I I 1 2 46 51 I 55 59 61 62 Complete Weather Report on Market jjJHomeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morninaliiihtfl LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March higher in active Bonds irregularly government bonds steady in quiet American stocks Cot ton futures CHICAGO Wheat off 18 to up 34 corn off 18 oats unchanged to off Hogs Steady to 25 top Cattle Steady to top 230 MARCH 1959 Pioneer Soars Toward Moon Rendezvous Macmillan Plans Direct Report To Soon VIEWS STILL DIAMETRIC OVER BERLIN Khruschev Says Will Negotiate To Keep Peace March Prime Minister Harold Mac millan and Premier Nikita Khrushchev ended AngloSoviet summit talks today with com ilete disagreement on Berlin but with a Russian promise of early negotiations to save peace and security in the Diplomats here remained pes simistic about the chances of an TOSSING BOY FOUND Wayne Jr drinks a glass of milk in the home of Deputy Sheriff Del of after he was rescued by police from an alleged William Harris a former men tal is being held on a kidnaping Police had to break down a hotel door to rescue the Deputy Anderson said a doctors examination revealed the boy had been beaten over the AP Wirephoto Flips Into Pond March 8 children between the ages of six and 14 drowned today when a packed school bus frent out of control and over turned in deep All of the 80 and The Doyer said his vehicle hit two bumps in the unpaved road he lost The bus turned on its side and was twothirds sub merged in the chilly Screaming standing on top of each were claw ing the topside windows when the bus driver began kicking in the windowglass to get at the Four children were admitted to Tift County one in critical An estimated 45 others came by private cars end another school bus for first aid A hospital attendant said most of the children were remarkably calm following their al though they were cold and One little boy kept asking for a brother or Driver has been mak ing the bus route rounds for 23 The bus turned over on its right side and plunged into the See Page 2 5 Women Die WhenTaxicab Goes In River LOS March 3 A taxicab plungec off a ferry Monday night and carried five women to their deaths in icy waters of the Rio Grande Four of the bodies were re covered when a young Mexican stripped to his shorts and brav ed the frigid waters and swift current twice to secure a chain around the car when efforts of National Guardsmen failed The bodies were identified as Delores Gongora De Monte her Elvira Josefina Her nandez and Manuela The fifth Graciela 20 was apparently swept out of the cab Luis driver o the escaped through a window and swam to shore Montelongo and the five victims were returning to their homes in San Montelongo rode the ferry to See Page 2 lastWest Briton Cheerful Macmillan flew home In cheerful mood and announced on his arrival in London he loped to visit Washington short y to report to President Eisen hower and concert our poli He will go first to Bonn and Paris next The British and Russian statesmen agreed in a final com munique signed in the Kremlin hat they would look into a par tial EastWest troop withdrawal and removal of nuclear weapons rom central varia tion of the atom free zone plan of Polish Foreign Minister Adam Rapacki which has been reject ed by Washington and Unable To Agree Khrushchev and Macmillan reported they were unable to agree about the judicial and po itical aspects of problems in volved in the Berlin At the same rec Page 9 5J Tff W Reds Demand Quick Release Seized Ships PORO POINT NAVAL March 3 The Soviet Union has requested the Immediate release of five Russian fishing trawlers de tained by the Philippine navy since the foreign office announced The Philippines has no diplo matic relations with Soviet Rus House Favors RightOfWay Lease Curbs Push Preparations First Youth Fair Representatives of all working committees were advised Mon day afternoon that the joal has been raised in cash and Dledges for premiums for the Irst annual Navarro County Youth Exposition to be held at the fairgrounds Friday and March 13 and A drive by the Expositions ixecutive and finance commit tees has been under way the mst two months to raise the unds by public subscription to defray the premium expenses to De awarded in the various live stock events and arts and crafts A time schedule of the various events is to be prepared this week by County Agent John Burleson and Assistant Agent Chllil Smith for distri bution to the committee and the boys and girls who have entries in the It was announced the girls dress revue will be held Satur March at 10 with McCurdy as chairman Foreign office spokesman Guillermo Sison said in Manila that the Soviet request was de layed by the Philippine embassy in He said Mikhail acting Russian charge daffaires in Washing called on the embassy Mon day and asked that the trawlers be permitted to leave for Vladi Sison that no action could be taken on the re quest until the defense depart ment completes an investiga tion of the trawlers unannounc ed entry into Philippirie Defense Secretary Jesus Var gas said the trawlers may have been spying on the The senior Russian captain cit ed engine trouble and bad weather as the reasons for his entry into Driqui Bay at the northern tip of Luzon without prior Varfgas said the trawler Girl Survives 12FIoor Fall NEW March S A girl plummeted 12 stories from her bedroom window Mon Deborah of Brook landed in shrubbery and a soft flower only two feet from a concrete She apparently suffered only a few cuts and She was the fourth to survive falls from dizzy heights here in the past two Earlier Monday a delivery man fell 10 floors down an ele vator crashed through the roof of a and knocked the two occupants He waa seriously The car oc cupants suffered minor in Saturday a 23yearold man fell five crashed through the top of a water tank and pulled himself The longest fall was 17 on An 11yearold boy ook that landing in soft hrubbery on a rainsoak id lawn after falling from his bedroom f the committee in All ntries for the revue must be urned in at the courthouse by March The talent show will be an vent of March at 30 in the administration building at the The alent show committee has Jewell Walker as Fur her details about entries will be announced Arrangements for setting up talent show stage was placed n the hands of a committee headed by Kirke Emphasis was placed on the act that entries In the fat eef poul See YOUTH Page 1 Most Wanted Nan Vanishes After Robbery March Police and the FBI traced a flying bank robber to this northern Ohio city Monday There the trail is little doubt that the man they are chasing Is Frank Lawrence of He Is on 10 most wantec See Page 2 200 Red Tanks Menace Berlin By PHIL NEWSOM March 3 Two hundred Russian tanks sit just outside encircled West They are a Communist re minder to West Berliners that their city could become another Budapest the shooting Completing the Soviet en circlement are Russian troops In East By almost any the mounting cold war pressure on this free island in a sea of Com munism should be almost in But West Berliners nerv remain They even manage to joke about This week a 70yearold grand mother who lived through the Allied bombings of world War left for a vacation in Baden Were taking our vacation i parly this she T But well be back before May Others echo her determina A high ranking American here described the West Berlin attitude thig way They are ap prehensive but They mistrust the future but are ready to face There is no attempt to min imize the Communist threat A German editor described it as more dangerous to world peace than either last years Quemoy crisis or the one which led to American troop landings in May 27 Is the date on which all eyes are That is the expiration date for Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchevs ultimatum to the Allied powers to get out of West Ber lin and turn it into a free demilitarized Each the Communist East Germany minders radio blasts across the its re city officials and others such as ordinary policemen re ceive anonymous letters warn ing them to get on the right side The threat is one of two forms of Communist The other is a Re main the Commun ists say to West but be truly free by ridding your selves of Western militarists anH But the West Berliners show no signs of accepting either Red threat or In there Is no sign here of weakening on any It is grimly recalled that Hit lers discouraged troops held Berlin for eight days against the Russians total might at the close of World War There is every disposition here to avoid political or any sorl of talk which the Communist conceivably might twist into a Allied commanders are not dis closing their plans if the Reds carry out their threat to isolate West but plans have been made and Western com manders are confident they can be carried Morale in the Western garri son here is Antarctica Due Atomic Power March 3 United States Is ilanning to light and heat lt antarctic bases within threi years with atomic Rca George on his wa home after commanding the program in the antarctic told a news His request for atomic powe had been approved although thi money has not yet been appro he PROMOTERS 1MUST PAY AUSTIN UP Promoter must pay the state a da occupation tax for rodeos if an performers draw salaries or ge cash Wil Wilson said APRIL DRAFT DOWN AUSTIN April draf call on Texas is for 310 men State Selective Service said to This compares with for March and 412 for Febru The National quota for of the FBIs At Hamilton In southern Ohio Monday a courteous gunman who thanked his hole up a branch of the First Na tional Bank and Trust and fled with Later an airplane was stolon from the Hamilton airport anc flown to 160 miles Thats when the FBI started thinking the bank rob was who has stolen airplanes on two other occa Elizabeth a teller in the Hamilton identi fied Sprenz In a car dealer said a man answering Sprenz description purchased a uset car with cash and drove away Four hours later and 55 miles to the north the car was found abandoned Thats where the trail ends Police frankly admit they have no solid leads in Sprenz where See Page 2 Kennedy Uses Labor Terms March 3 Addressing a building trade union meeting Sen John Kennedy do scribed the Senate in labo We have a guaranteed an nual wage for six bu we have no jo no pa for no unemploymen and no assuranc that our contract will be renew he The strange part about ou closed shop is that there ar plenty of people who want t take our hut none of ou current members ever wants t go out on March 3 UP The louse unanimously approved to ay a resolution to curb project d oil and gas leasing of high vay rights of Max Smith of San Mar os was named chairman of omniittee to look into a High Commission proposal to ease roadside lands for oil and as The resolution by Richard Clark of Pecos vas designed to halt any such easing without the Legisla ures The resolution was approved y unanimous consent of the The Senate advanced to en Tossment a bill providing for u awards by casting of lots when dentical bids are submitted to niblic It introduc d by Bob Baker of Hous on at the request of iVill Wilson following Wilsons See Page 2 Negro Assessed And Costs In Theft Case The third time wasnt a charm for a Corsicana negro Judge Walter justice of the slapped the man with one of the largest finer ever assessed in a JP couri and Charged with theft under 55 the defendant pleaded not guilty waved a and was found guilty by Judge County Attorney Jimmy Mor who has filec on the man as an habitual vio Judge Hayes said the defendant had been convictec three times during tho past our Apparently unable to pay the stiff the defendant was placed in At a day he could serve as long as 268 But this could be educed with good Deputies Blackmail and Dude Norton arrested the man at his home in Corsi cana Monday The ruck tire and wheel he was ac cused of stealing was recovered at a junk Norton said the man simply took the spare wheel from the back of a rolled It around the corner and sold it to a junk The total amount of the including was Hawaii Issue Nearer Aciion March Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee to day approved am sent to the Senate a bill I make Hawaii the 50th Committee Chairman James Murray said he believed the bill would he brought to tho Senate floor very John Say lor RPa led the testimony at a House Angers LA March 3 radio after the rioting Seeking to calm enraged in the fatal shooting of a which stoned the At one point Bolivian President Hernan burned the flag but said Monday American were no reports of ficials have denied a Time to zine story that touched off a radio Silos said AntiAmerican charge daffaires had The Time article quoted him the Time magazine unidentified Embassy did not correspond to ficial as suggesting made by an cause of Its economic diplomatic should be abolished as a had Slles told the try and its neighbors divide a provocation by an ir country and its journalist that Siies took to the streets the thought of Interim Williams The quote in question ed In the current hemisphere Panel To of which circulates in Latin but not in tie A spokesman at Teacher Page 2 As an Important step In ils professional growth Staff Dana Williams of Corslcana public schools named a committee of teachers to Removed a study and recommendations Eli high Safer Spots speech was March 3 chairman of the Official sources sale Other members are nt tha embassy al Nona Bowie are belns mie Travis to two concentration Jnne speech on the outskirts of the ist for the system because of Collins Erma Lincoln and said embassy employes their dependents about Williams said the in all are joining 700 of mittee would make a other American citizens study of areas that might the La Paz area who also ure in an improvement of been urged to gather professional growth of tho tems teaching Included In the study will said that so far aa the surveyance of other knew no evacuation Williams the Americans from thu Findings of the itself was yet contem will be considered by Williams before he makes demonstrated arounc t recommendations to the embassy last night In pro of trustees at a meeting in against unfriendly remarks near Bolivia attributed to an Williams embarked official by Tima maga his professional growth One of the controversia J gram at the last board was that Bolivia anc j See Page problems should be dlvldcc up among Its i S charge daffaires Eban Coerr denied that any of ficial had made the Israeli by Coorr conferrec Page 2 March S Abba Eban resigned to clay as Israeli ambasssador Exceed the United States and the Unit ed In j Tho announcement was by the Israeli March 3 1 will return to Israel at nations capital now Is mor o end of May to be a half 1or Parliament on the for the Dis s Mapai party ticket in this of Columbia reported t e general No today that negroe o has yet been make up r3 per cent of th Ebans has been as compared with 3 lo the United States since cent in o 1950 when he presented total population was re 1 R9R OOfl ONLY METEOR CAN PREVENT NEW PLANET Sphere Slightly Off Course On Skyward Travel March 3 first artificial lanet soared steadily today to vard a brief rendezvous in pace with the moon on its vay into orbit around tho By 3 EST tho National Aeronautics and Space Admln stration was notified by the et Propulsion Laboratory in California that Pioneer IV had limbed to an altitude of miles and its speed was illes an JPL also advised that the sa ellltes lattitude was reckoned at degrees south and Its ongitude degrees New tracking figures were eing released every two hours y the JPL on figures received at its Goldstone tracking sta ion on Californias Mojave de Launched In Florida NASA scientists said ng short of a direct hit from a meteor can now prevent tha pound goldplated pack age from becoming planet 10 is Russias aunched Pioneer IV was launched by 60ton Juno II Army rocket See Page 2 hearing saying Hawaii was pocredentials at the White House litically and economically ready to become a He also de nied opposition charges that Hawaiis admission would spark a rash of statehood pleas from other off shore He said Congress could decide what to do with these statehood re requests when the time Now Sole Link March 3 A mammoth Instrument de signed to detect radio signals from ns far as miles out n space Is the key link In an elaborate radio chain that is tracking Pioneer the Armys moonsun The big device Is a parabolic antenna 85 feet in diameter set up on Southern Californias Mo lave From the time Pioneer IV reached miles Into ho California radio known os the Goldstone Facility the probes only link with Before a network of sta tions kept tabs on the goldplat ed cone tho Army hopes will streak past the moon and go into orbit around the Among these was tho worlds largest radio telescope at Jod rell The Jodrcll telescope picked up Pioneers signals within 12 minutes after the satellites postmidnight j launching at Cape Among other Pioneer IVs tiny transmitter Is flashing back data on Its bat terypowered transmitter is de signed to operate continuously on a frequency of mega cycles for about 90 By then the probo should bo In Approximately four mlnutea See Page 2 Probers Sharply Critical Of Urge Tax Law Changes March Senate Investigating Committee urged today changes in tax and insurance laws to make more effective their enforcement and It renewed its sharp criticism of Comptroller Robert Cal The committee also asked that a HouseSenate investigating committee be appointed to con tinue probes into state govern Headed by Charles Her ring of the committee made its lengthy report to the After 17 months of work throughout the state and pages of sworn testimany from 77 the com mittee said it found Comptroller Calvert vio lated the law by accepting an estimated solicited from his employes for political pur Is all for the Army This was in addition to an estimated Calvert received in gifts from employ es from 1949 to 1956 and anoth er from employes in 1951 53 in special These were described as payments from employes who received sub stantial salary increases during this The grand jury here recently reported it found no law violations by Calvert in volving any of the The committee estimated Calvert re ceived a total Calvert has denied getting that Numerous violations and tax evasions are evident in al most every area of the state contrary to the plain language of the appropriate cer tain classes of taxpayers are granted exemptions and privi leges by the Mil lions of dollars in taxes have not been collected and are now probably lost income for the Some State Board of Insur ance liquidation division em ployes purchased automobiles of defunct insurance compa nies in violation of the duty and trust reposed In trary to funds of one re ceivership were used In an ef fort to salvage assets of anoth er bankrupt Insurance compa The committees major recom mendations from its look into the Board of Insurance and the comrntroller were about the same Reorganize the depart ments for more effective admin istration and enforcement of paying particular attention to statutes now on the The committee is aware that some of the recommendations contained in this report are now subjects of proposed the 251page report It is See Page 2 New Discoverer Signals Heard UPI New March signals gave credence today to the theory that the 1300pound lost Dis coverer I satellite was In a Po orblt around the thj Air Force The 19foot satellite contaln a 40pound payload of tele metry equipment apparently was tumbling endoverend through space at speeds miles an causing the erratic reception of Its radio The defense department in Washington said it expected sometime today to reach a def inite conclusion based on data already received and being pro cessed on whether Discoverer I was actually In The Air Force Ballistic Mis sile Division BMD here whicii first broke the suspense sur rounding the fate of the satel lite which waa launched on the West Coast Saturday but most ly unheard from for 32 announced Monday night that additional sporadic signals were received shortly before noon PST Monday by a track ing station at Alas This substantiates our ear ier belief that it Is in an Air Force spokesman The Air Force said signals cnme In bursts of four to six lasting for a period ol about six The Air Force and Lock heed scientists believe that an unprogrammed oscillation tum bling in space by the satellite is responsible for the erratic the statement The power supply for tlio beacon in the satellite which has been sending thenu signals is expected to last un til at least March Other stations assisting n determining a more precise of blt have been relaying reports to the discoverer control center at Palo These sta tions Include tho worldwide tracking network with head quarters In The statement The satellite was hurtled aloft at Vandenberg All Force by a 78fool rocket comprised of a modified Thor and a The whole second stage was set to go The launching was the first from the West Coast and tha first in the Project Discovei a program aimed at blaz ng a trail into space for Another shot already is bo ng readied for this month at the Vundenberg AFB about 105 miles north of this Los Angeles area Preliminary plotting of the satellite indicated It came with in 146 miles of the earth at its closest and soared out as far 558 Discoverer Is life will be about 30 the Air Force The satellite was aimed to streak toward the South Pole and go Into a NorthSouth to become the first munmale satellite ever to achieve a Polar All other satellites so far launched have orbited general ly round the The 40 pounds of equipment curried by tho satellite were completely devoted to sending out signals by which the baby moon could bt Later shots will carry live mice and other Air Force spokesmen said the fact that the rocket lifted from its launching pad and the sec ond stage disconnected and soared on Its own was enouga to make the shot a success tha first time   

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