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   El Paso Herald-Post (Newspaper) - January 17, 1959, El Paso, Texas                             El Paso HeraldPost VOL LXXIX NO 15 The Newspaper That Serves Its Readers EL PASO TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 17 1959 3Y JOc PSS HOME EDITION PRICE FIVE CENTS JANICE SHOWS Craig hsr Southdown fat lamb beforethe JAINIUC LJAI Livestock Show Janice is a member of meLower School bia test in the judging arena of the County Volley 4H Club andattends Ysleta High Clint Boys Take Most Livestock Show Ribbons Doctors Hospital Election Commissioners Court and the County Medical Society are push ing plans for a new election as soon as possible to recreate an El Paso County Hospital District The Hospital District won over whelming approval of voters at the same time the general election was held last November but bond at torneys and County Attorney Jack Nf Fant concur in the opinion the election was illegal and a contem plated million bond issue could not be sold on the bond market I ran on a platform advocating Continued on Page a Col 1 Sixteen boys and girls today took home first place ribbons In the swine division of the El Paso County 4H and Future Farmers of AmericaLivestock Show atthe Coliseum The winnerslist was toppedby Tommy Genhr and Henry Littlejohn of the Clints FFA whopicked tip three blue rib bons each Other first place winners include Vaughn Cochran Howard Garrelt two Douglas Littlejohn Rudy Madrid Mickey Sweeny two ribbons of the Clint FFA Alva Lane Eduardo and Silver Con ContinueJ on Page 18 Col 1 INSIDE WASHINGTON Weekly SizeUp by Washington Staff Of ScrippsHoward Newspapers WASHINGTON Jan raging here over Cuban executions Is not likely to lead to action by United States Basic attitude of U S officials is this Its none of our business if Cubans execute each other If we should inslaie supreme enure brought nrAiir pAr hft Mnmmiccinn n iP On Utilted Pram rntcrniitloiial ALBUQUERQUE Jan budget ofthe State Racing Corr mission includes provid for supervision of the propose Gateway Pork near El Paso spokesman said the plant slioul be operating within a ycnr The newly appointed commissio gavenew life to Carlsbads pro posed race track at the first mee ing of the group here yesterday The commission seta huarin datii of March 4 to review th merits of the proposed plant D F Ross anclJ S Wittpre semed Hie original application t the former board which refuse the franchiseTheir appeal lo th Ike Mikoyan Talk About Nothing New Meeting Described As Useful1 With No Negotiations a Vntcd Press International WASHINGTON Jan Eisenhower and Soviet Deputy PremierAnas as I Mikoyan conferred on old war problems for an our and 45 minutes today but Jie White House said new roposals were James C Hagertypress secre ary said Eisenhower and Secre ary of Stat John Foster Dulles xth felt that it was a useful iscussion topics ranged from theBerlin crisis to increased trader and a ofpersons I Khrushy Mikoyantold newsmenpnieav ng theWhite House thatvhehad passed to the jest wishes ofSoviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev or better rela tions between this country and Russia The Soviet oTiCal said Eisen ower thanked mm most cor dially and asked that similar greetings and hopes be conveyed c bv Mai which ater confirmed Subjects Kept Secret Hagerty declined to answer when asked if a possible sumlit meeting or at least a conference of foreign JTI nisters was discussed y the President and Mikoyin AskedJf any lung was said about possibe U S visit by Khiu shchcv or a trip o Russia by Vice President Riohaid M Nixon Hag crty replied It wasn t mentioned lesaid his statement that no new proposals were exchanged at he meeting was intended lo an stor es speculating that iomenew moves would be foith U S Agenfs Seek Secret Texan Isnt Talking About Hidden Gold Airman Protests Downtown Arrest Deason Wants To Prevent Waiting Line Send Papers And Check to Official For New Plate A mail order system for obtaining 1959 auto license plates was announced by County Tax Assessor and Collector RK leason Any car owner who obtained a Texas certificate and li cense certificate last yearmay mail in hisold title and license papers witha check for the same amount paidlast year plus v 25 cents to cover mailing we will mail his plates and new certificate back to hinv before the deadline said Mr Deason The mail order systemiwillire lieve the congestion of last which forced of cants to stand in line n The tax office will begin moyingv into new quarters on the ground7 floor of the remodeled section of the CityCounty on the San Antonio street next week and will open for busi ness on Jan 26 in that There will not be any interrupt ion of collection of ad taxes for the and State andk c00i districts issuance t C Airman Stephen Austin Charged today that an El Paso of poll tax receipts thej Citv detective used abusive Ianmoving period said u j tj for ad valorem andpoll D EJones a filling Station and handCUfd hm m PUbUC tax payments is Jan 31 o dnfl nnn hnnrrt nf without Provocation Auto owners who do not havea tcndanL who claims to have found a hoard of gold bais ina that if Secret Service agents talking than I 11 in he will U S Attorney William Steger coming during the m 01 n i the1 Secret to find necling Mikoyan speaking throughnn in terpreter told newsmen that the talks were out what ourcountries positionswere on various international maUeis We didnt conduct negotiations ie said Mikoyan is the highest Tanking Soviet lender tovisit the White House since WorldWar II Ambassador Attends Parley Accompanied by Soviet Ambas ador Mikhail A Menshikov and an interpreter Mikoyan was taken to the Presidentialofice wleic Eisenhower had been conrei ring for half and hourwith Secretary of StateDullesAssistant Secre tary Livingston Merchant and U S Ambassador Llewellyn E Thompson TivThe three Amei lean officials remained with Ei senhower for Lhe Mikoyan con ference It was Mikoyans final and top opportunity of his cuiient visit to disclose nny new ideusRussia moy luive for solving Lhe Berlin crisis and tackling the problems ofGerman unity se curity und disnrmamant out whether Jones has thegold andif he hasorder himto turn it over to the US Government Ihe Secret Sctvice men from the Dallas office weie scheduled Lo see Jones today and lepoit to Steger Jones who woiks ion 9 a m to 9 p m in a set vice station to suppoit hs family said he found 8G bais of gold last May 17 in a beny patch east of Alto Jones said his eye was attracted by somcth ng that looked like a jai sticking out ofthe giound He dug it up and was a gold bai weighing aboit 50 pounds His interest aroused he dug fui the i and found 85 bars moie He said he borrowed a truck to haul the gold away Jones wouldnt say where he stored although he denied bury but statedthat he held on to it for in belief tnat after that time no one couldques tion his i ight to it llowevei Steger said nn ordi nary citwcn is not allowed by law to posiess more than the fillmqs in his teeth certaincoins and jewehy lie added that the law provides or a line of twice the It was1 Texas title certificate or whodid said Ive lived in El not obtain Texas licenseplates Paso all my life and thisis the must still to the first time Ive been handcuffed He identified the detective a Ray Mathews who gave a different for the mail order applications version of the incident According to Austin who is sta tioned at Biggs Base Detective Mathews stopped him anda friend on South El Paso street and asked Jor identification 1 asked him what he was pick ingus ivp said He said Dontget wise When I asked hisname he said Youre a wise little punk Then he put metalshould Jonesrefuse it over to the Government The estimated value of SO barsotgold 50 poundseachis ooo Company Offers Halt Strike at Refineries tervene wud be in Russians were ii Hungary Meanwhile If Castro wants to comu here to tell his sideof exe cutions all he has to do is apply for a visa U S officials wont stop him State Department officials are rushing plans to send new am bassador to Havana It be Philip Bonsai career diplomat now in Bolivia Feeling is that the soon er get a top man into Cuba to straighten out If SCastro re lations the better Diplomatic observers have been more than startled by evident Also point out that de isrn inside Castro government in United Nations would give Part of its thought t be due to Russia a chance to appear as Gas for the commission examine the case Paul Woofter of Socnrro American experts on Cuba be lieve any intervention on our part would play Into hands of Commu nists They believe Commies want a trade embargo since it would elected chairman of the commis sion The board also voted lo re Lain John Phillips Las Graces us secretary The new commissioners appoint ed by Governor John Burroughs are Woofter Hoy Thompson of Clovis Tom Clnsson of Snntn Fe Continued on Page il leftwingers like Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos both military commanders Part stems from umbiing dominated by American hoodlums under Batista regime But enthusiastic reaction to Cas tros antiAmerican remarks from such conservative groups as Lions and Rotary clulw was unexpected Businessmen now fear an inci dent which would lead to U S in tervention Thore it nothing moro annoy ing thdn to dslt jomebody and then have him toll you tros protector and friend Were sending no arms to Cuba no tour isis are from this country In the long run Castros likely to turn to us for support if we dont drive him away by unwise action now experts believe HEADON CLASH between White House and Congress is close 10 will come over bills authorizing more Federal help for housing depressed ureas and airport ex pansion White House hus talked to GOP Senate and House leaders abou ways to check power of upepla interest lobbies supporting tiiesi and other costly programs So far no answers have been found Democrats have the votes to pass their bills but dont have clear twothirds majorities to over ride possmle vetoes But WhitL House admits It cant hold all He publicans in line inthe foca o pressure from private Interests anc home localities Ono top member of Mouse Ap Continued on 4 Col 4 was 5 Killed When Airliner Crashes rjiiJdnl Jii i Intcmatinnat KANSAS CITV Mo Jan 17 Members of the oilChemicaland Atomic Workers Unioiitoday await ed reaction from man policy the first iofthree oil companies offers ofa five per cent wake hike Sinclair Oil Comade the first offer thereby averting anation wide strike that could1 have started at midnight tonight by105nnO re finery workersincludingworkers MAR DEL PLATA lhe TexnCQ pfinay in niPaso Tan An Argentine airliner with 52 persons to land because nfn blinding rain storm crashed fit sea last night off this Argentina resort First reports said all aboardwere feared Continental and Inter Gulf Oil Corp yesterday v joined Sinclair with five per cent offers oftheir dead So far as was own affect about 0000 worlceiS ItftmountsJo about 134 cents1 an hour Sinclaii were no Americans on the plane known there workers now average an aaw juwiuv3 e value of the handcuffs onme and said he refuse to hand wished I would takea swing a 3s Your Health insurance Sick If you are one of 25 million Americans paying on a policy several yearsold You may be cheating yourself and better health insur ance ison the even more gimmickless improve ments are in prospect ScrippsHowardWriter A M Cplegrove whoseexpose of those gimmicks stirred the country to actionin M51 tips you these important developments in two BEGINNING MONDAY IN THE HERALDPOST Biiilder Sentenced tin United Pra HOUSTON Jan Pruett S Doc Luttrell Houstons Builder nimso he could use his blackjack on me He used profanity and said kids under 21 were nothing but punks The detective called MPs and they released me Detective Mathews told Capt Ted Vogel he asked Austin for hi identification because he lookot dirty and unshaven Mathews said he then told Austin togo on but that the airman continued to be belligerent and insolent He said Austin then refused to accompany him to headquarters and the handcuffing didnt want him to have a jai record so I turned him over the MPs Detective Mathews said He did not look dirty when ht visited The HeraldPost Billy Graham Plans Hawaiian Vacation at Prass Jnloriiatioiiol MINNEAPOLIS Minn Jan 17 Billy Graham leave today for San Francisco and a two week Hawaiian vacation prescribec by doctors at the Mayo Clinic Graham unexpectedly left th clinic at Rochester Minn las 1 LJUU JIULUIVJH lJ 4 i Year in W51 was given a night after three days ofexamina fiveyear prison sentjtion by Mayospecialists for an ey charges of income taxevasion Butterfly Hunting in Wild Blue AF Pilots Train to Chase and Catch Satellites In Giant Nets as They Fall From Orbits Hy ALBERT M COLEGKOVE tiorluunHiiwiiril HiuW Wrllor SAN FRANCISCO Believe it or not Air Force pilots today are training to catch falling satellites In glanUnikterCly Within the nextfew clnys the Air Force hopes 10 begin a series of northsouth Polar Orbit satellite launching at Vnnden berf Air Force Buse i8 miles south ofhere Meantime tho handp 1 clc e d biiiturfly net crews nre pracr Ucing their tiislc over the Pacific Ocenn nearHawaii The first whiff off the prnjcct camo three nionihsflBn at wardsAir Force HasQ Ciilif Ihaln flic desert liaso whcru Ihe Air Force makes most of Us fllfihl cxperlmenls Overhead eight Cllll flying boxcar planes circled end lessly llmilinij supplies was Ihe usuiil cxphmalionBut one iiuui said lo me Why Units Project Hot Hand1 but dont usk me nnnlher word uboiit U As waelcs passed scraps of In formntion nt other locations pointed definitely to the project being part nf Lhe satellitepror grnm Then not Inns there They had exciled curiosity by flying single Iilu in big ever descending plane trailing a huge net behind it The satellite which the airmen willtry to grab s lo be launched clue south from the Vandunbarg Base It willorbit in space overtha North asul South Poles After a few orblls it will start to descend into the earths at mosphere If all goes us planned lit that point Itll be near the Pole and headedfor a landing nearHawaii Meantime an Alaskan track ing station will be flashing do tailed on the 11 lull i liiJt I1IJj uo t report from Honolulu that tha Miles heightspeed courseetc palmes werenow basedto Uia Hawaiibased As iliu satelllto noars Hawaii a parachute will sprout from it and It will begin dropping vorilcally Tinas where lm filers come In Theyll ronr to Iho guided hy nulnr that Is tuned in to iho satellite Thou using circling tactics ihoy will fry lo bag tho critter without gelling It tangled In a propuljor or wing They figureeach plane will have about three passes before the satellite hits the water Its possible one sourcesaid they will rehearse the actby first trying to catch tha nose cone of n 1500milemlssilashot out fromVandenberj Sunshine Chart The sun shone today for the SOth consecutive day The sun has shone S7S of the past 3S2 days Pay Your Poll Tax 12223 El Paso citizens have paid poll taxes or obtained ex emptions permitting them to vote Jan 31 Is the dead line Same date last year 12733 Office to secure their plates Checks from those who qualify should be made to R R Deason Tax Collector El Paso County CityCounty Building and should be for the same for license plates last year cents for mailing costs New plates must be on cars on April 1 to avoidarrest Plans Outing Walks to Death DEADLY STREETS Killed this Year 1 Killed Last Year Injured this Year57 Injured Last Year71 Ricardo Smith a proud and happy man when he walked from his stepsons home at 3703 Stevens street Yesterday was payday at Texas and Pacific Railroad He worked in the freight yards and he had made one of his regular visits with his stepsons threa Continued on Pajje 9 Col 4 El Paso Author Writes Whodunit El Paso Axithor Evelyn Jamicson Mrs Dale has written whodunit Held Open for Death with setting In El Paso Her hero ine works in a real office on North Stunton street dines and dances Juarez nightclubs takes wild ride through Ascarate and on past Ysleta with demented driver pursuing an other car overtaken by a police car and meets the murderer at an empty new house in a subdivision Held Openfor Death U reviewed In todays Book shclf on Page Inside Your HeraldPost U S Weather Bureau Forecast Fair Details on Page 9 Amusements 8 Ann Carroll Book Shelf Church News 2J Comics Crossword Puzzle Dewths W Dr M U L Conner 4 Editorials People Jl Radio and TV Progrwni Sports Womens Nowu I   

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