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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally fair through Friday Colder tonight with low near Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 I 1 I 8 42 46 47 48 49 50 51 Complete Weather Beport on Market BJHamt of the Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Mornind UA LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March ed profit taking governments com mission house CHICAGO Wheats Mixed old crops mixed light mixed light to 50 cents higher top steers steady top AP TELEMATS 232 MARCH 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS DIE demonstrators in front of Bolivias Government House in La Paz carry a banner reading Die Yankees as the government strove to keep order In the embassy personnel have gone into hiding to escape demonstrations touched off by a Time Magazine article that enraged the Bolivian peo AP Wirephoto via radio from Buenos Aires Pioneer Relays Data March 8 UP IV spun past the 000mile level today still send ing back clear accounts of space mysteries unraveled in its race into orbit around the fc The General Electric track ing station in received the Pioneers signal at when the moon probe was miles from GE said it expected to lose the signals at about The tracking station at Gold stone in the Mojave Desert of California picked up the radio voice of the goldwashed cone at EST today from far out past the At that time the distance from computed from telemetry signals described as strong arid was In line with advance speed away from the earth had drop ped to miles an The signals showed a temp erature of 41 to 42 degrees centi grade 104 degrees Fahrenheit the instrument payload of the space That was higher than the temperatures radioed back by the Armys Pioneer III which went about a third of the way to the moon before it failed and fell It was well within the range of toleration for space travel ers of the reports from the American space traveler already had given another favorable in dication for mans own ventures See Page 6 Rebel Ambush Kills American March B Algerian rebel ma chine gunners killed an Ameri can civilian and a young Ger man interpreter traveling with him near the Moroccan border Wednesday French mili tary officials reported The victims were identified BS Homer Flint a professional photographer and Air Force reserve and Airele his in A second identified as William 27 and said to have been Kellems as also was caught in the rebel The report from military head quarters indicated that Hobbs escaped but it gave no fc further Discoverer Also In Polar Orbit March 5 Air Force said to day that its Discoverer I satel lite Is in The launched in a NorthSouth Polar orbit last Saturday Vandenberg Air Force base some 160 miles northwest of Los emit ted only irregular ap parently because of a malfunc tioning The compilation of data re ceived from various tracking stations confirmed today that the satellite definitely was the first one to go into a Polar The announcement was made jointly in Inglewood by the Air Force ballistic missiles division and by Roy direc tor of Advanced Research Proj ects Agency in Washington 3 Known Dead In Hotel Fire March swept the 75year old Gary Hotel in this citys business district Three persons were known dead and two others were miss Twenty of the estimated 40 to 45 persons in the hotel were in jured and 10 were admitted to the The dead were trapped when upper floors of the building col lapsed alter flames roared up a sixstory elevator shaft and spread along hallways to the Guests lived on the first five floors of the Many of the guests at the formerly the were permanent Spectacular rescues marked the fire as the guests were trapped in the upper floors by the mush rooming One un stood on a fifth floor window ledge for 20 refusing to leap Into a net held by She finally was carried down a The satellite was launched perfectly and emitted regular radio signals for the first few minutes of its Then it was not heard from except for scattered The data reduction center of the ballistic missiles division here concluded today on the basis of 41 track station reports that signals received to date approximate the calculated or bit and intimp arid post tion withrthe satellites The satellites orbit ranged from 519 miles at its farthest distance from the earth 176 miles at its the closest point of the orbi to the The orbit time was computed at nearly 96 minutes and the life estimated at more than 30 The satellite won the term oi lost satellite because it could not be tracked in a regular manner because of its sporadic Technicians specuiatec that irregularity of the sig nals might be due to the con tinuously changing attitude of the satellite which lugged a payload into Technicians added that the See Page 6 Seek Husband In Wifes Death March search for a man suspected of the derringer slay ing of his wife spread to neigh boring states today after the vie tims blooddrenched body was found in her home nt Super Secret Sandia Base here Wed Sheriffs deputies revealed to day that a pointblank shot In the left ear killed Clemen tina a former whose Joseph left a note admitting the Authorities theorized he took their 10yearold son with possibly in a stolen LOCKED DOOR BALKS MAIN EXIT ROUTE Governor Faubus Orders Probe On Visit To Scene LITTLE March UPI Twentyone negro boys burned to death early to day when fire swept through heir dormitory at the Arkansas legro boys industrial miles south of The figure was established by 3111 a lieutenant in the fire marshals section of he Arkansas state No Caretaker Orval who vent immediately to the said he was told that the doors the onestory brick veneer milding were and there vas no caretaker in the build Faubus said he would begin an immediate The fire broke out in the of the who was 1 and not at the Use Pool Water One pumper truck from Llt le Rock went to the but he blaze was out of control when it The firemen pumped water out of a swim ning pool to cool the gutted the negro su said the Release Farm Income Data March 5 Agriculture Depart ment reported today that farm income rose in 39 states last year with Kansas shoving the largest per The report was based on real ized net This is the money left over after the far mer has sold his crop and paid all production The Agriculture Departments The Farm Income said farm income unchanged in one state and declined in The Agriculture Department today the annual farm Income per person climbed to a new high of But this average was about 48 per cent less than the nonfarm Persons living off farms earn ed an average of The average for the entire popula tion was put at i department said the aver income of the farm popula tion increased last But the average for the non farm population declined These figures were given in tha departments final giving the 1958 net realized farm income at up or 20 per cent from Net realized income Is the amount available for spending after a farmer has paid his production The average Kansas farm in 1958 showed a realized net in come of This compared with in a poor agri cultural year for the The increase in 1958 reflected sharp pises in cash receipts from sorghum and Oklahoma with the next largest per averaged a net spending income of Substantial in creases in cash receipts from and cattle more than offset higher production Production expenses were higher in all states except Ver The Department said re duced production expenses in Vermont reflected for the most part reduced costs for hired labor and The realized net income per farm in 1958 was up from in The gross farm per farm in was The average produc tion expenses per farm were leaving as the farmers spending Here is a statebystate break down of realized net income per with the percentage change from 1957 down 3 Cal down 3 Colora up 33 up 14 up 17 up 39 Kan up 242 Minnesota up 5 up 15 up 36 up 64 Neva down 15 New Mex up 2 North Dakota up 43 up 100 down 7 South up 59 up 79 down 5 Washing down 3 Wisconsin up 15 Wyoming up CHILD DROWNED HOUSTON George son of and drowned Wednes day in the swimming pool of and Chester Red Wants Sensible Negotiation 3r W r ft iJr ft W 2r 21 Killed In Negro School Fire gal use of state tax funds in a school where Catholic sisters clad in the robes of their order teachers was alleged in an njunction suit filed here Officials of the Bremond School District quickly denied charges that the Marys Elementary School is actually a Catholic parochial and not a public Superintendent Baker said it was control ed entirely by the public school A group of taxpaying citi went up like match He said 68 boys were asleep the barrackslike room of when the was dls Many kicked the glass See Page 6 Dies Thursday Dawsbn Home who would ave been 100 years of age March died at lis home in Dawson Thursday morning following a short ill He and his family had plan ned an open house and recep at his home Saturday for friends and but the plans were cancelled last week end when he became Funeral services will be held Friday at from the Dawson Methodist church with urial in the Dawson The rites will be conducted by as sisted by lay his Sunday School teach Pallbearers will be Earl Rlt Carlos Edgar Vayne Noah Hale and Leonard Members of lis Sunday School class were honorary Surviving are two vliss Katie and Lorence a Miss Jimmy and a number of other French had lived alone for a number of Born in Marshall March he vas brought to Texas by his parents at the age of six months In a covered wagon lulled by arriving in Na varro county and settling in the Alliance Hall community in See Page 6 College Moves Offset Economy Talk Winter Revisits Midwest CHARGE STATE FUNDS USED FOR PAROCHIAL SCHOOL March 5 including Meth Disaster Work Is Major Role For Red Cross A large part of money raised by this countys Red Cross chapter for the riational Amer ican Red Cross toward disaster budget goes relief work wherever that might be across the Each affiliated Red Cross chapter has a single fund goal but a part of that goal is for local and a part is for passing on to the national organization to keep its many programs Out of the countys is designated as na tionals Disaster relief cost the Amer ican Red Cross more than nine million dollars during the last ARC year July June The cost came to about a day to carry out the Rod Cross program of disaster Church of Christ and Seventh Day Adventist minis ters asked the 126th District ourt to enjoin the use of state funds for support of the They alleged 24 violations of he state and federal constitu They said the school was operated as a Catholic parochial school not legally en titled to public The purpose of their they was to bring about an actual separation of church and state in the East Central Texas The if would forbid the school district to pay salaries to Catholic sis ters or priests as public school teachers to furnish bus portation to the school with public funds to hold public school classes in the building See Page 6 Oration Gives Raybwn Start On 47th Year March 5 Sam Rayburn began a recordbreaking 47th year in the House Wednesday feeling frisky as a 2yearolc This sum was spent to pro vide emergency mass care and rehabilitation assistance to the victims of fires and Red Cross emergency mass care provides such aid as shelter and nursing arid medical care during and just after a Rehabili tation aid ranges from replac See RED Page 6 Cage Gives Up His Passport SAO March 5 Texas in surance man under sentence of imbezzlement back sur rendered his passport today and said he is staying in Brazil The state department ordered ills passport taken up and to be returned only for travel to the United I intend to keep living in he told but I will return to the United States when I finish my busiriess Of by I have much unfinished business here and I will stay in Sao Paulo for some By The Associated Press Old galloping back into Texas with snow and damaging kept a chilly grip on most of the state High winds with gusts up to 53 miles per hour kicked up dust in subfreezing weather across the The cold air which bar ged into the state covered all of Texas with the exception of the Lower Rio Grande By late the tempera ture at both Dalhart and Am arillo remained below The State Highway Department said the high winds were blow ing both dust and snow in the Panhandle Earlier in the day snow fell as far south Small craft warnings were dis played all along the Texas coast Thunderstorms hjammered parts of North Central Texas Wednesday night as they rum bled eastward on winds of near hurricane Hard rains caused flash flood ings in southern and eastern Winds of up to 55 miles an hour caused scattered dam age over a Democrats and Republicans joined to give the 77yearold Texas Democrat a standin ovation as he took his place or the speakers His appearance gave him an other new record for service In Congress and a claim on a world record for legislative By completing 46 years In the Sam surpassed the late speaker Joseph Uncle Joe Cannon who pre viously held the longevity rec See Page 6 County Attorney Among Indicted March 5 Caldwell County grand ury today indicted Montgom ery County George Mor ris and two other men on felony theft Named with Morris were Leo nard and Charles The indictment alleges the heft of a large quantity of oil field equipment in Montgomery and Harris countis during No vember last It also alleges stolen equipment was found at an oil well which the 32year old Montgomery County attor ney was drilling near Wallace Barber said Morris bond had been set for and the bonds of the other two men at Morris has held the post of ounty attorney at Conroe since Project Mercury Immediate More ManMade Planets Due LOS March nations 2 civilian apace chief said today that men may establish their own worlds in space if we find other planets These artificial worlds would e inhabited spheres far out ri space orbiting around the un rather than the earth or This vision was conjured up y Hugh dep uty administrator of the Na tional Aeronautics and Space Administration in ari address prepared for the West ern Space Age Conference Manmade planets supporting ommunities of human le are possibilities of the distant Our immediate aim is to es abllsh man in give him a so to roru which ha can study the and then push on to more remote objectives As we master the required we will send an ex pedition to the and later on to to and to more distant reaches of the so lar If existing worlds turn out not to be suited to Dryden man might then build worlds of his Mans only natural he is the His normal environment is the one he creates for NASAs immediate manln space program is called Project The agency already has con tracted for dozen space capsules to be delivered in a year or It also has picked 110 young air students soon to be re duced to 12 who posses the qualifications considered neces sary for the first American In The 12 pilots finally Dryden will receive the most intensive course of train ing ever offered to a party of prospective The cap sule and its and the apparatus for launching it into orbit and bringing it safely back to also will undergo ex haustive Not until the day of the first attempt to put man in orbit will the pioneer Mercury pilot be picked from among the 12 mem bers of the He will be the one in the opinion of the flight is at the peak of physical and psychological readiness on the day of Dryden This pioneer will be followed See Page 6 J of aninch of rainin less than an One Dallas re See Pago Rain And Wind Sweep Damage Light Rainfall ranging from inch at Frost to inches at Rich land fell Wednesday night and Thursday accompan ied by electrical hall and considerable No serious damage was The Navarro County Electric reported a liole between Tehuacana and Wortham was snapped by wind and the Texas Power and Light Company said two or three ru ral interruptions were occasion ed by lightning knocking out small Power at Blooming Grove was out for al most a half hour beginning at it was re Roane and other points re ported some telephone line dif ficulties Thursday The official gauge in Corsi cana recorded Other reports included Pur half lightning Roane an some hall and telephone disturbances Em half winds and lightning Half some hail nch some hall electrical storm Blooming a half March 5 omy talk lost again today as the House voted 9640 to make a fouryear college of Tarleton State at The bill goes to the Senate Some of the same arguments had been used against Arlington which would 3e made a senior college in a House bill passed were repeated Were 65 million dollars in he hole now and were just oing to add two million dollars a year to that If we make Tarle ton State ia senior argued Blanchard of Leaverton of author of the Tarleton State accused Blanchard of delaying tactics in present ing a series of unsuccessful They would have limited Tarleton State to teach ing farming changed the name to John Tarleton Agriculture and See Page 6 Moscow Files Protest Over Ship Boarding March The official Tass News Agency said today the Soviet Union has accused the United Statesof boarding a Na week for provocative purposes in an attempt to strain Soviet American The United States picked on a Russian ship although many others were in the same area nnd had damaged undersea ca It was A Soviet note on the Incident was delivered to the Em bassy In Moscow The note alleged that the boarding action by crew mem bers of a Navy ship was taken specifically with respect to a Soviet vessel at a time in the region of Newfoundland when there were hundreds of vessels from other countries en gaged In many of which have more than once damaged transAtlantic The United States Navy last week detained and boarded the See Page 12 Three Nations Sign Pact March S UPI Iran and Pakistan today defied saber rattling Soviet threats and slgn 3d separate agreements with the United States for military and icoriomic The under discus slon for have provoked repeated warnings from the Russians to steer clear of fur entangling themselves with the United All three nations are mem bers of the Baghdad The agreements were signed at the Turkish foreign KHRUSHCHEV HAY EXTEND DEADLINE Soviet Leader Denies May Date Is Ultimatum East March 8 Premier Nikita Khrushchev said to day he may extend his deadline for the West to get out Berlin beyond May 27 if sensi ble negotiations are going on It could be extended to Juna 27 or even July Khrushchev We have no grounds to hur ry but we must solve the Ber lin he The Soviet leader spoke at a lunch for visiting members of the British Khrushchevs statement that the Berlin showdown might ba postponed confirmed an earlier remark by his deputy prima Anastas after his return from the Unit ed States that the May 27 dead line was not Khrushchev reiterated that his demand that the West get of Berlin by May 27 waa not an It wo negotiate then it will not be May 27 but perhaps June 27 or July 27 ha the Soviet leader warned that once Russia signs a separate peace treaty with tha Communists it TV tlio Potsdam agree ment of 1945 which allowed West to occupy part of Berlin and guaranteed it free access See 13 Rejects Late Proposals Over Berlin March State Department said today that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs Berlin pro posals are still unacceptable to the United States despite his reported willingness to post pone the crisis deadlock beyond May Department Press Officer Lincoln White read reporters a statement rejecting anew Rus sias proposed intention to turn icr sector in East Berlin over to the German Communists by May 27 and force the allies in West Berlin to deal with the local This governments position was spelled out shortly after the White House announced that President ElsoU nower had summoned a special meeting of the National Secur ity Council and discussed the Berlin crisis for nearly two White House Press Secretary James Hagerty said the Pres dent called the special meeting to consider the evolving situ ation In Berlin and the broad fir question of Asked whether the special See Page 6 Smash Counterfeiting Ring March Federal authorities today an nounced the arrest of two Chi agoans charged with printing and passing more than a halt million dollars of counterfeit 100 bills in one of the largest ake money rings ever uncover ed In the United The ring has been under in vestigation since early Novem in 22 including New and At east 25 persons have been tak en Into and in the vaults of the District At orrieys office were in he counterflt faked fed eral reserve Paul head of the Secret Service office and District Attorney Robert Tieken said the bills were of relatively good They paid tribute to Chicago ind New York authorities for heir aid in rounding up the Arrested here Wednesday were Alfonso and Wll iam both of Chi They were brought be ore District Judge William Sullivan charged in a threepage indictment with printing and uttering counter feit Investigation by and subsequent were on an interstate The faked money began to appear in early The first break iri the case came when undercover agents for the Treasury Department made a contact with Floyd Calumet who showed them sample of counterfeit bills available in lots of The agents opened negotia tions with While this was going some of the counterfeit money was passed in and Dallas and Houston agents were Their Investigation led to the of two models who had started out In Calumet City and traveled across They were Vida Jane and Alva Jane Agents said that when arrested they hud 43 of the phoney and operated in fashionable department Both were convicted 18 at the McMillon girl getting 30 months imprisonment and the Kirk girl 20 The agents then arranged for delivery of a total of of the money from at a price of per On he delivered worth to an agent in New and 18 another who was free at the time on bond from a burglary charge In was arrested In New and ha pleaded guilty there March 2 to a charge of possessing a re a state the investigation had reached across the Canadian and last Royal Canadian Mounted Police agents arrested Jack Edward and James at and charged them with posses sion of in counterfeit Another Lopez was ar rested 8 with one of tha notes and on March 2 was sen tenced to 10 years in DALLAS WOMAN KILLED MINERAL UP Mabel Dallas was killed today when her auto hit an burst Into   

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