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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL to partly clou dy through Saturday no Important tem perature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 2 48 52 55 57 58 59 60 Complete Report on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARCH 1959 FOURTEEN PAGES MARKET HOLIDAY Most of the nations securities and commodities markets were closed for Good PRICE FIVE CENTS Bulgaria Resume Relations ftftftftftftftftft Skate Repeats Polar Area Trip LUXURY CRUISE LINER IN of the superstructure off the oil tanker Valch em perches on the bow of the Grace Line luxury cruise liner Santa Rosa after the two ships col Hded off the coast of Atlantic At least one crew member on the tanker was kill three are and several others in None of the passengers or crew aboard the Santa Rosa were AP Wirephoto TOSS ASHES OF EXPLORER INTO SNOW Atomic Undersea Craft Grabs AH Records By Feat March 27 UPI The Navy announced today that the atomic sub marine Skate has made its sec ond trip beneath the North Pole and broken all previous records for time and distance in polar operations under the Iraq Near Open Anarchy The Skates crew scattered the ashes of the latepolar ex plorer Sir Hubert Wilkins into the blowing snow during the 12 Editors Note CPI Middle Hiast Correspondent larry Collins was expelled Thurs day Baghdad with two other American newsmen in a move that draws farther an Iron curtain around I the following he describes the present condi tions in reminiscent of the nightmarish existence in George Orwells novel 19Si np to antiCommunists In jail and near anarchy reigning among many The Communist takeover ap pears almost By LARRY COLLINS March 27 UPI Communists have seiz ed control much of government and jailed thous ands of persons in the greatest Communists Make Demands On Kassem purge ever seen in the Middle The Communists appear raady to take over the oilrlca There is almost open anarchy among student groups who howl through the in violent demonstrations against the West and Arab Nationalism Workers demanding inordi nate wages drop their tools and join any passing mob Iraqis live In a world totally Isolated from their Arab netgh bors and from any vestige o nonCommunist Thi press and radio are completely controlled by the Communist publish only what the Red want the people to know Editorials are spoonfed to the See Page 12 NasserKassem Truce Hinted March 27 President Gamal Abdel Nassers Red Fishing Fleet Alarms Pacific Daniel Backs Teacher Pay Hike CIRCVS CROWD TERRORIZED WHEN LION FINDS FREEDOM NEW March 27 screaming audience of Invited days the submarine spent in the ice Completes Tour The Skate completed its sec ond voyage under the Arctic ice to the North Pole at the Navy Todays announcement said In the half light of the North Pole at about March crew members carried out a last wish of the late polar explorer Sir Hubert UPI A huge circus lion broke out of an arena cage Thursday night at Madison Square Garden and terrorized an audience of until ho was trapped in a deadend corridor 15 minutes 800pound star of Ringling Brothers Barnum and Baileys big cat smashed through an insecurely hinged section of the ringsize cage after getting into a fight with two of the acts eight bengal tigers during the full dress re hearsal The heavilymanec jeast bounded around the enc then paused as the By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Editor The Communists have served eight demands upon Abdel Karim Iraqs strong Western observers believe that how he reacts to those demands finally will determine whether Iraq is to go totally Commun st or whether the nation still ms a chance to struggle through some sort of Democratic free Of the two are out They urge Kassem To execute the just verdicts of the peoples court passed on he old and new willingness to accept Arab League mediation of his dispute with Iraqs Premier Abdel Karim Kassem increased hopes today of a relaxation of tension in the Middle Observers here said mediation by the ninenation league If Kassem agrees to it might produce a temporary truce be tween the two although a complete reconciliation seems j The foreign ministers of the J Arab League are scheduled to meet Tuesday in Lebanon to begin their mediation Area Police Training Will Start Monday Chief Massey announc ed Friday that the Department of Public Safely will conduct a twoweek specialized police train ing school In Corsicana begin ning Monday for law enforce ment officers in and sur rounding Invitations have been mailec out to the county seats of the four counties surrounding Na varro inviting the sheriffs de partments and police depart ments in the cities in each tc participate in the training pro Classes will be held Monday through Friday from 2 until with instructors furnlshei by the Department of Publi Safety in except for on course which will be taught by County Attorney Jimmy Morris The schools daytoday sched ule was announced by Chie Massey as follows Monday and Marc 30 and Investlga tion class taught by Shaw See Page 12 To arm the people In order o enable them to defend effec ively the safety of the Republic ide by sida with the brave ar sentences so far have ieen passed on nine former lead Among them are former Pre nier Fadhll former De mty Premier Abdel Salem Aref and Rashid All Aref formerly was Kassems best He is accused of be ng a proNasser but ivas convicted specifically of at empting to draw a gun against assem with whom he was a partner in the July 14 revolu Rashid All is an oldtime con pirator who once plotted against he British but who was con acted this time for leading an other proNasser Kassem so far has resisted demands that the death sen See Page 11 Fort Worth Boy Shot To Death FORT March 27 IP was shot and killed today by young companion who said he was playing with a rifle as the two prepared for an outing in a A caliber bullet pierced Dennis1 He was the son of whose hus band died of a heart condition March Edward said he Wilkins by scattering his ashes into the blowing Sir Hu bert died 1958 at Many During its first polar cruise last the Skate was in the rmanent Ice area 10 days and pe 14 hours during which it sur aced nine times in ice Page 11 Appears Sure Tibet Honarch In Safe Hands March 27 appears certain the Dalai Lama has slipped out of Lhasa and has taken refuge in a section of Tibet that it completely under the control of the reliable sources reported The sources said Tibetans control about to square miles of territory from Lho Dzong in the northeast to Nang Kalee In the southwest and all information received here points to the fact that the countrys spiritual ruler is in this The comprises didnt know the rifle was load He played with it while Gene was in the A bullet apparently went through the bathroom door and struck his The victim was one of 10 children in his He and Edward were alone in the old er boys apartment in south Fort about 10 per cent of act ually has been by Tibetans since 1956 when the Kham tribesmen first started their guerrilla The sources in this Indian rotectorate on Tibets southern order said the recent uprising round Lhasa the rebels cutting the Sikang highway nd blocking off Chinese sup The uprising also wiped out lockets of Chinese but as yet othing is known of anything ike a free Tibet government The source said the Chinese See Page 11 ENVOY ROBBED Steel Leaders Views Divergent ador Torben Nielsen called on Emperior Hirohito and Empress Vagako today without the cus omary formal Thieves jroke into his residence during he night and made off with most of his wardrobe and his rently chief dispatcher In the March 27 UPI The United Steel workers Union contends a pledge by Steel to avoid new wageandprice in creases is proof the nations top steel producer is hellbent a strike this on fomenting Steel President Clifford Hood said in re ply to a general plea by Presi dent Eisenhower to hold the line on possible steel price that the company would exert every effort to avoid boosts in both prices and wag The President at his Wed nesday news conference had avoided reference to wages in his appeal to the steel industry and the union to negogiate a careful contract that would not force a new inflationary spiral In steel Hood injected wages into the picture in making public reply to the He said There have been Increases In employment costs in the stee Industry every year since 1940 With the already high of we In United States Steel see no reason why there should be more employment cost increases and more price ncreases again this We will exert every effort to avoid Hood Pious snapped USW President David Mc Donald in response to Hoods I submit that thTVi answer is incontrovertible proof that the steel industry is hellbent on fomenting This is proof of our charges that the industry Is deliberately pro moting strike talk to stimulate scare buying of its said McDonald said Hoods de claration amounted to an ar rogant announcement that the company has no intention to bargain in good but that it will shut down its plants rather than give ear to any union however He added that Hood had not set down one single word aim ed at solution of this economic maladjustment which worries He said the industry was operating at more than 90 per cent of capacity and s realizing alltime record pro All of mind while hundreds of thousands of our members are walking the streets in said Me who directs negotia tions for the union in New York May If a strike does Me Donald it will be de liberately prompted by the steel Steel officials in recent speeches here and in Cleveland said mushrooming employment costs are boosting steel prices to the point where foreign producers are getting a stranglehold on American mar USW at a recen strategy meeting in New York labelled this scare an claimed the percentage of for eign steel imports is negligibl compared to total domestic out Current threeyear contract in the basic steel industry ex pire June To Oust ExDictator Of Venezuela March Immigration authorities have ordered former Venez uelan President Perez Jimenez to leave the country by April it was learned Immigration authorities last March granted Jimenez and his family temporary asylum a move which touched off re action against the United Stat es in culminating in attacks on Vice President Rich ard The action was confirmed by Joseph district dircc or of the immigration service Savoretti said he notified Perez of the decision in a let Ler March Immigration Au thorities did not reveal their decision at that The order applies to Perez his and their four child They have been living In a closely guarded mansion in Miami Beach since shortly at ter fleeing Venezuela in an up rising a year Savorette said he made the decision to expell Perez with backing of his Washington He said the reason w See Page 11 Findley Will Fill Rail Post Findley will becom terminal train masteragent o the Southern Pacific and Cotto including and jumped to its feet and started for the nearest Ponto did the leaping gracefully over the arena rai and disappearing through an ixit into the main In the Ponto scattered the tickettakers and refresh ment stand employes and eyed the various stairways and esca lators leading to the upper bal But he chose to plunge headlong down a short corridor leading to a stairway to the where the smell of other circus animals probably attracted A locked grill across the and f the corridor frustrated Pon o and he turned momentarily o claw at a telephone booth nly a few feet away from one n which UPI correspondent iturray Brown was phoning the ews to his Then Ponto Hacked the gril this TOKYO Danish Ambas March 27 UP Daniel came out swing ng to raise the pay for teach ers Thursday but left dangling he answer to the money ques He said he suggested in Jan uary a 1cent increase in gaso line taxes as one way to pro duce revenue for financing ex tra Daniel added the HaleAikln school improvement recommen dations to his program and sale specific features of it should pre cede enactment of any public school teachers pay We ought to have driver education1 program whether we lave any of the HaleAikin en he He also put as a priority matter the program of teaching English to pre school nonEnglish speaking another HaleAikin The governor said furthe studies pointed out he coulc amend his budget recommenda tions to provide faculty salary increases in the 18statesupport See Page 11 Belt lines here April It was learned here He will succeed who retires March The announcement was re ported from the office of superintendent of the DallasAustin Southern Pacific a veteran Southern Pacific Lines is cur Plot To Burn School Building March UPI Arson investigators have re ealed a plot by three teenagers o burn down a Junior high ichool with a delayed action ncendiary The bomb ex loded prematurely and serlous y burned one of the A 14yearold student of Jane Long Junior High School brought the bomb to class Thursday and intended to leave t in his locker over the Eastei holidays so It would start a de oyedaction arson In vestigator Whlgham The composed of po tassium permanganate and gly instead went off in the boys hip pocket after he sat down at his He ran screaming from the his pants The plot was revealed Thurs day night after Whigham and See Page 2 Triplets Mark 91st Birthday March 27 Hope and the nations oldest today celebrated their ed colleges for both years o the next He originally adopted a rec emendation for salary increase for the second year Dan lei said his revenueproducln recommendations would Includ toughmoney o thca additions as well aa a costof lying or longevity increase fo See Page 11 County Voters To Decide Dam Tax Saturday Navarro county property ta paying citizens Saturday wi decide whether or not the com missioners court will be empow ered to levy a maintenance ta not to exceed two cents on the county valuation for small detention The dams are those already built and contemplated by the Soil Conservation Service on creeks and other streams throughout the An appropriation of In1 ex cess of for this work in Navarro county reportedly March 27 A foray by a big Soviet shing fleet into waters off laskas Bristol Bay touched ft protests up and down the orth Pacific Coast It is the first time that Sov it fishing vessels have appear d in this The however vocl may be futile because he upwards of 50 trawlers and uxlliary vessels are clustered n international waters where hips of all nations have free But the fact the Soviets arent iolating any international law didnt diminish the chorus of CHARGES ARE WITHDRAWN Alaskas acting Hugh called for a ournatlon fishing agreement is absolutely necessary to bring the Soviet Union into in ernational fisheries control ef brts with the United Canada and At the hide pendent United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union called on the Canadian government to the USSR to hold back its The which has been teeping theSoviet fishing fleet See Page 12 World Harks Good Friday By The Associated Press The faithful of the Christian world followed the Way of the Cross on this Good In the Jordan section of Je pilgrims and tourists of many lands attended services at the Church of the Holy Sep Hundreds toiled up Jerusalems narrow streets on the way to the Cross on Cal vary where Jesus Christ waa Both Countries To Facilitate Normal Functions March 27 UPI The United States an nounced today an agreement for resumption of diplomatic rela tions with Communist Relations were broken off in 1950 after Donald minister in was charged with espionage and accused of being involved Iri a plot to over throw the Red Bul garia has withdrawn the charges as Long Under Way The State Department said the agreement was reached In ne gotiations here and in Now York between Foy deputy assistant secretary of state for Bulgarias permanent representative to the United The Bulgarian government made the first move for pre liminary talks In Final negotiations were started on March Joseph State De partment press said the government with drew the charges against Heath following a decision of the Bul garian supreme court in Embassy Closed The Bulgarian government racall in Page Tcnebrae services marking vifes fur division office in the death of Christ drew thous ands of pilgrims to Peters in Pope John after taking part In services at Romes Stanta Groco finished work on his Easter to be delivered to the world Saturday Good Friday services were icld in thousands of Protestant and Roman Catholic services n all Christian American evangelist Billy Graham delivered a Good Fri day message to persons standing in the rain on a beach at Ike Happily Resumes Goli Marci 27 Elsenhow with a longhopedfor round of golf under his settled down today with his family for 91st They are Annie Faith Mac Ellen Hope Daniels and Nora Charity all They live In Gushing Hos which caters to the elder A hospital spokesman said the sisters are In good health and play bridge every hinges on whether or not tho maintenance requirement is Voters In the five wards In Corslcana will cast their ballots at following sites Ward Community Ward Buddy Travis Ward John Ward Houston Ward Beaton Fire The polls open at 8 and close at 7 All election judges have been requested to telephone Col lect tho returns to the Daily Sun office Saturday night as game in four He soon as they are was m g00d humor and good The Navarro county com missioriers court special meeting at 1 Mon West Expects Fast Acceptance Geneva Parley March diplomatic circles predicted today the Soviet Union would quickly snap up tho Western offer to hold a pre summlt foreign ministers con ference In Geneva May Tho Russians apparently aro far more eager than anyone to get out of the way what they regarded as a rubber stamp conference and proceed to al problems at a meeting of heads of Premier Niklta for a 11 practical agreed at his March IB press conference on the time and He also made it clear ho was not Interested in an agenda covering more than tho German The Soviet note of March 2 did propose that the summit meeting take up the general problem of European disarmament and tho denu clearization of Central Europe n addition to Observers said the Western notes were so remarkably brief and free of polemics and diplo matic gobbledegook that they made Soviet acceptance almost a relaxing Easter weekend at his farm The President took several hours off from tensions of tho Berlin crisis and other Issues Thursday to his first 18 The Soviet government also was not expected to quibble See Page 11 WACO YOUTH DROWNED WACO John drowned today in Lake Waco when a wave knocked him from a He and Roger Clenden were running a Lewis was the son of and Air Force Tries To Improve Missile Recover Thor Data Capsule CAPE March 27 Air Force announced today It recovered a data capsule from the nose one of an intermediate range Thor missile which made a suc cessful flight of about miles Thursday It was only the third time such a capsule had been recov ered in 26 flights of a standard The capsule contained a device to record the effects of the extremely high atmospheric friction encountered by the blunt nose cone on its milcanhour plunge back to earth from Officials said the stubby fired at 11 EST Thurs accomplished its reliabil ity and accuracy test objec Good telemetry radio data reports was received on ail stages of the which was programmed for slightly less han full IRBM The data capsule from the missile was This was the third recovery of a capsule from a Thor Although there have been few ecoveries of such the Air Force maintains that it usually receives adequate in formation via telemetry instru ments installed in the weapons nose Only occasionally does the Air Force attempt to recover the data The caosule ia riEKed to fall free from the nose cone sev thousand feet above the and parachutes slowly into the The nose cone Itself was not Fitted with a strobe light de signed to flash like a neon sign the Thor was fired in a con tinuing program to Improve he weapons accuracy and re Only a few hundred feet away from tho site of Thurs day nights techni cians have been working on another ThorAble rocket which may be used to boost a ra diationmeasuring satellite into Overton Brooks said last month that such a satellite weighing about 32E would be launched April The launching ve hicle will be a fourstage rock et similar to the Air Forces three moon rockets fired last The Thor also Is scheduled to serve as the first stage of a Venus This shot is ex pected in but officials of the Civil Air Space Agency have See Page 2 Eisenhower waa overheard to MORE MACES Martin Mace blasts away on a training mission from Hollo man Air Force The Martin Company announced the Air Force has awarded It a contract to expand its Mace The TM76B Mace is an Inertially sur facetosurface AP Wirephoto   

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