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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy with few showers this afternoon and early to becoming partly cloudy through not much change in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 46 47 49 52 64 I 55 56 Complete Weather Report en Market HAVE YOU VOTED POLLS OPEN UNTIL flJHomeofthe Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Mornina I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed On 252 MARCH PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Tense World To Commemorate Resurrection i STREAMLINED cars parked Jn front of a motel during a Bpring snow storm had a superstreamlined look when the storm had As much as 25 inches of snow fell in the western part of the state and motels and hotels were jammed with stranded AP Wirephoto Soviet Arms Flood Iraq By LARRY COLLINS March 88 Soviet Union is pouring tanks and arms Into Iraq for a major expansion of the Iraqi army by Communist backed Premier Abdel Karim The premier already has put one understrength division took power In a coup last and plans for a second already have been The new divisions were sched uled to receive Soviet which been arriving stead ily during the past eight The most recent ship ment arrived at Basra last weekend and included 34 It was the sixth Soviet ship load of arms since the coup and brought to 150 the number of Russian tanks now being read ied for use by the This is double the number of tanks in the late King Faisals pro Western army and enough to outfit a full Sovietstyle mech anized The tanks In clude about 100 oldstyle T34 tanks and 50 of the newer T 54 In the Soviets have See Page 8 Mishap Closes Towns Schools March town of must shut down its schools next week due to the death of one teacher and injuries suffered by four others in an automobile Lucien died Friday when the car in which she was a passenger skidded and struck a pole ori a snow coated The other teachers taken to Nashua Memorial Hospital were Lester 36 Robert 28 Harold and Winifred both all of j The school board voted to close schools next week to pro vide time to find substitute March 28 UPI The final and correct ed report on participation in the 1959 cotton program today showed that operators of only per cent of farms chose to accept lower price supports in exchange for the privilege of growing more The Agriculture in correcting errors in previous reports on cotton program said operators of farms selected the Choice B program for their 1959 Cotton Acreage Figures Revised Youth Snarls Death Threats At Sentencing March 28 UP A tiny 12yearold boy enarled death threats at juvenile court Judge Dwight McCormack Fri The judge had just ordered the youth to Gatesville Train ing School after hearing a stol en car charge against Ill kill kill you the boy shouted doubling up his The boys mother no when she heard the word There were no further Inci The youngster ran off from the Salesmanship Club near Mineola He and another boy stole cars in Vernon and were involved In a and final ly surrendered to Texarkana po The other 12yearold was sent back to the Mineola Under Choice they are per mitted to increase their reg ular acreage allotments by 40 per Cotton grown on this increased however will be supported at 65 per cent of Cotton grown under Choice which provides for regular acreage will be eligible for support at 80 per cent of The Choice B farmers may increase their acreage from acres to acres This increase of acres added to the regular national allotment of acres will permit a total cotton acre age of The increased acreage per mitted under Choice B means that only per cent of the planted acreage will produce cotton eligible for support at 65 per cent of while per cent of the planted acreage will grow cotton eligible for support at 80 per cent of par Plan 16 Wells In Shallow Area A 16well shallow oil drilling project has been proposed for N a v a r r o Countys Corsicana Shallow Moore and a Fori Worth has filed applica tion to drill the wells on the Tldwell survey five miles east of Corslcana and a short distance east of Lake Hal All wells are contractec to feet and are named 2641 Lots wwwXwXMww wwwwnnwnj4 China Claims Tibet Smashed CHOU PUTS RIVAL LAMA ON THRONE Purges Now Promised From Peiping By DAS March 28 China an nounced today it had smashed he revolt in deposed the Dalai Lama and set up a new government under the rival Danchen Other reports eaching this Indian protector ate insisted the anti Commun st rebellion was gaining Denounces Rebels The Communist new China news in a communique jroadcast from carried a bitterly worded at tack on the rebels in Tibet in making the But it was the first time the ihinese Communists have ad mitted publicly that anything was wrong in the mountainous although W e s t e r n news agencies have been carry ng reports of the revolt for NCNA said the Dalai Lama had been kidnaped by the re confirming re ports here that the 25yearold spiritual considered god by Tibetan had escaped from the capi Two Not Related The Panchen Lama arid Dalai Lama are not The Panchen Lama was selected by a splinter group of Buddhist mountaineers in the Chinese province of Tsinghai in when it was under Nationalist but he soon fell into See Page 4 Paris Suffers Heavy Blaze Loss Saturday March 28 UPI The worst fire since Paris was nearly wiped out 43 yeazs ago swept the downtown section today causing an esti mated quarter million dollars Seven fire units fought the raging already an Infer no before it was for over two hours to keep it confined to three buildings and save eight other businesses on the east eide of the towns main The fire gutted the Kress a five and dime and severely damaged a drug coffee arid a shoe At least three other stores suffered smoke Thousands of residents of this northeast Texas remem bering the 1916 fire that nearly leveled jammed the square to watch the fire fight ers use all available equipment to confine the destruction1 to the four business establishments the three twostory brick March 28 UPI Even veteran toughened by years of grisly shuddered today at the coldblooded confession of a 24 yearold laborer who killed and raped a twoyearold Sisto Martinez Orono was charged Friday night shortly after he broke down and gave police details of the sexmurder of the pretty little blackeyed daughter of the woman with whom he He told of raping the child several Hes the coldestblooded man I ever said Police Al Smlthers of nearby where Orono underwent a lie May Compromise On East Berlin Dry Sunday Due For Texas RAPEMURDER CONFESSION MAKES OFFICERS SHUDDER Reporters Ask Protection But Not For Gossip March police reporters said they want and need protection for their confidential news sources but scoffed at legisla tion safeguarding nightclub The newsmen told the week long Ford Foundationbacked Northwestern University spec ial course in crime analysis and reporting they would go to jail If necessary to protect Identity of their But they refused to defend the recent acceptance of a con tempt of court citation by New York HeraldTribune television columnist Marie Miss Torre was sentenced to 10 days in prison for refusing See Page 4 Canada Blaze Loss Millions March 28 whipped by high winds raced unchecked through a huge truck company ware house in this CanadaUnited States border community early Firemen had stood by helplessly no water was No casualties were Two watchmen employed by Maislin Brothers Transport Limited of Montreal ran to Canadian Customs official estimated damage at eight mil liori detector He even smiled and laughed as he dictated Hilda daughter of Beatrice was burled yesterday In Her brutally beaten body was found See Page 4 Variety Chain Discloses Big Assets Shortage NEW YORK UP Three di rectors of the big variety store Green called an unusual press conference Friday and announced there is an apparent deficiency approach ing three million dollars in the firms net caisfejutst after Maurice Olen his job as presi dent of the At the same the Secur ities and Exchange Commission said it is exploring the possi bility of criminal action in the The three Green directors also told reporters they intend to remove another Green offi Herschcl from his position next Wednesday at the board meet If not Neither Olen nor Harris could be reached for See CHAINTPage 4 By The Associated FreM Rain fell in widely scattered areas of Texas Saturday but the Weather Bureau held out hope for a partly cloudy but dry Easter Showers and thunderstorms should taper off during the forecasters leav ing Texas partly cloudy and Rains ranging from to inch near Big Spring cheered farmers and Most of the state has been unusually dry this Lake Thomas in West Texas between Big Spring and Snyder recorded Inches of slow rain over a 6 hours Big Spring Itself had Snyder Colorado City Garden City Gall and Stanton Light rain fell at San Corpus Wichita Junction and At near Wichita the rain measured In two hours but it made farmers happy because only of an inch of rain has Ravage fallen there thl Galveston had a morning Moderate rain and some light ning came to a West Texas area bounded by Fort Brldge See Page 4 ChurchGoers Main Victims Burglary Ring FORT March have smashcc the burglary gang that preyed while others It ended a series of robberies through North Central Texas during the last three all on Sunday Alfred Kinscy and Edwin Hufford were arrestetd Friday fITPT Torrential Sald a thlrd member of Torrential the gang brother Texas Congressmen Rap Policies March President Eisenhowers policies on foreign affairs and govern ment spending both drew fire from House Speaker Sam Ray burn They are going at it back Rayburn declared of administration moves toward a summit He branded as nonsense the Presidents views on The veteran House leader made his remarks to newsmen as he stopped here en route to his home at in North for an Easter They are going around saying that if they have a foreign min isters conference and that fails to get then they are go ing to the he That virtually assures that tht foreign ministers confer wont amount to Rayburn said the approach should have been toward a meet ing of foreign ministers with out mention of summit and this country should have awaited the results of the lower levsl diaciuiioni agree ing to a summit To an inquiry whether the Democraticcontrolled Congress has any major differences with Rayburn spoke of spending and said an example is the foreign aid If we give him a dollar less than he asks said the he thinks the sky is going to fall If we give him dollar more than he asks were spending the country into If you ask its all a lot of CRASHES DEADLY March 28 Seven persons were killed within a twohour period in separate traffic crashes today and late five of them apparently while en route home for the Easter Five apparently bound home to West Virginia from were killed in a single crash 12 miles north of Two others died just outside Washington near March 28 Ralph Yarborough said Friday night the fight to curb the foreign flow of oil into this country is far from Speaking at a victory dinner In his the Texas Senator proposed a realistic tariff on oil imports to break the for eign oil Yarborough is sponsoring a new proposed tariff in this ses sion of He said President Eisenhow ers recently approved manda tory control program on foreign oil may work but it could take months or even years if major companies carry out threats to test the validity of the new program In There Is a growing belief that mandatory controls alone will not do the Yarborough We probably will have to put a realistic tariff on oil im ports to break the foreign oil This method would not only cut out excessive but would also force major import ers to foot a fairer share of the federal tax At the current rate of the tariff I pro pose would bring In 220 million dollars he Yarborough also called for an end to what he termed high interest and urged that enterprise be put back in the free enterprise We must move away from this miserourgold philosophy the Texas junior Senator said adding that Ig norance and disease are still moral enemies wherever they Yarborough spoke at a din ner attended by some 400 per sons from 24 East and North Texas towns and His speech here was the first of sev eral he will make In the state during the Easter recess of Congress and marked the first time a Senator has spok en here since former Sena tor Tom Connally did so In He was introduced by Upshur County a See Page 4 Storms Madagascar March 28 rains poured down on this is land republic today In the wake of the worst hurricane In Mad agascars Officials sent new pleas to France for aid against threatened floods arid The storm caused more than 30 deaths and millions of dollars in damage before it blew itself out the rains have continued without a stop has been hit by ever The island five hurricanes In a Each was fiercer than its and the last one howled through with such force that buildings were flattened as if by a gaint EXPLOSION INJURES TEACHER AND a science instructor at San junior high tells and Claude Wooley about an explosion of an electric dynamite cap Injuring Clifton and four students during an The group was experiment ing with an electromagnet when the explosion No one was able to explain the presence of the dynamite cap in the schoolg science AP Wirephoto is still at PolicS said the gang woulc watch for a family leaving for church from a home with an Then after make sure attached following them to they went to the gang drove back to the pui anc their car in the garage closed the They either forced a door be tween the house and garage or battered through a wall in ai least 15 homes In Fort Worth Grand Prairie and They packed their car with anything valuable anc Police said in one burglary the men took everything mov able from a c pound of bacon from the re March United States was reported today willing to let East German Communists tem porarily control access to West only as agents of The Western allies will dis cuss this possibility here next week at the spring ministerial neetlng of the North Atlantic Informed sources said such an Interim agreement would be to case tensions while he Westtern powers and Rus sia negotiated on a longrange settlement of the broader mat ters of German a peace treaty and European But these sources laid the Soviets would have to acknow ledge the East Germans as their instead of just turning over such authority to them unilaterally and without quali An In the broadest le gal is any person acting for another by his Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles Indicated last 26 See Page 4 Tax Election Vnie Saturday Reported Light Light balloting on the pro posed levying of a small deten tion dam maintenance tax no to exceed two cents on the county renditions was record cd in a survey of the fiv wards within the city of Corsl cana shortly before noon Sat There had been 182 votes cast In the five wards plus 35 giving a to tal of 237 votes No report of the balloting In the 35 precincts outside Corst cana had been received a Unofficial returns from the election will be received and posted at the Dally Sun office Saturday All election judges have been requested to telephone the Sun collect as soon as the results are avail The maintenance tax would See Pago 8 Rocket Fuels Cost Boy Hand NEW March 28 A teenager blew off his rlghl hand Friday night while ex perimenting with a rocket fue mixture in a Bronx Larry also suf forcd burns of the legs anc abdomen while mixing four liquid He told police Why doesnt the government pass a law so kids like me cant buy tha stuff We only get ourselves In KONAGE DUE IN VARIETY OF PATTERNS Religious Theme Most Prevalent In Observances By United Press International Christians around the nation today prepared multiflowered songs of praise and hum ble prayers for the celebration of The Christian world of 1959 took a Holy weekend off from international tension to honor the resurrection of its Saviour who rose from the dead into equal trouble and strife nearly 20 centuries In Many Forms The joyous these after the Good Friday Day of was to take many From rustic shrine In New England to glistening Fifth Ave nue in New York from a farm near to a barren mountaintop in Southern the nation waited for the Easter Some Bain Due The Weather Bureau pre dicted mild weather for the Pacific Minnesota and from Ohio to the Atlantic jut warnsd of arid snow flurries over the Rockies and chances of rain alongf Gulf Cast and in the lower issippi At their farm near Gettys President and See Page 8 fl Local Sunrise Service Slated For City Park Corslcanans of all faiths invited to participate in an Easter Sunrise worship service at the city park pavilion Sun day at It is sponsor ed by the Corslcana Minister ial Association and will open the observance of the resurrec tion of Christ In this Later in the respective churches will conduct their own services some providing two morning worship hours to ac commodate the traditionally large church attendance on From Sudden Death to Eternal Life will be the mes sage delivered by Thad pastor of the Eleventh Avenue Methodist The invocation will be given by Jim pastor of the Central Baptist while the benediction will be pronounced by Alex pastor of the First Christian Johnny minister of First Methodist will provide the The Scripture lesson will be read by Guy See Page 8 Skate Proves Military Worth March 28 UPI The United States had impressive evidence today that nuclear submarines could use the Arctic as a yeararound ballistic mlBsilelaunching area in event of Observers said this was the military significance in the atomic submarine Skates recent winter voyage to the North The Navy announced that the Skate was able to crack through the Arctic ice to sur face 10 times during a 12day the submarine surfaced at the North Pole March of the Navys submarine warfare said the Navy was try ing through such cruises to learn all It could about the Arctic basin with a view to future missile submarine opera The Skate itself was not built to launch In the first of nine Polarisfiring sub marines wont join the fleet until some time in The Polaris missile itself is still in the testing The atomic Nautilus made the first trip under the Polt last 3 the warmest time of the year in the far But the question unanswered until the Skates voyage was whether such feats were possible In the Arctic The Skate was equipped with a relnforced conning tower for its Icesmashing of the Atlantic Fleet submarine told a news conference that the ice was probably just a few inches thick at the Pole although the average thickness of Artie ice is about 12 McWethy said submarines would be able to surface around the year through leads or spots of open water dotting the During its first Polar cruise last the Skate was In the Ice area 10 days and 14 hours during which It surfaced nine For the most recent the officers the Navy chose the worst time of the The ice is heaviest in The air temperatures average 30 de grees below zero and there is the least possible open A Constellation loaded with electronic equipment scouted the route for the Skate last who was aboard the airplane said It flew from Patuxent Naval Air Sta to Thule Air and then along the track the Skate would It was over the North Pole on On the trip the crew carried out a last wish of Australian been Polar explorer Sir Hubert Wllklns by scattering hla ashes Into the howling Arctic who died last never reached the Pole In his many explorations but flew over It once In This was the first time a submarine ever has surfaced at the top of the NAVY PILOT KILLED KINGSVILLE Lt James Hlggs of Ut died Friday In the flaming crash of his jet plane shortly after takeoff at the Naval Aux iliary Field Hlggs was at tempting a routine takeoff when the engine of his F9FST jet The plane struck ground feet from the end of the runway and burst into
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