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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST FREEZING HAZARDOUS DRIVING WARNING rain and freezing rain and continued cold through Tuesday low tonight near Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 i 12 I 1 I 31 30 31 32 32 33 Complete Weather Report on Market 205 of the Daily LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 1959FOURTEEN PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 2 steels corporates im general CHICAGO lower slaw commercial mixed light meager to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 50 cents lower top PRICE FIVE CENTS Glaze Warning Issued For SixState Area Reluctant Virginia Integrates Its Public Schools on A TIC HO INCIDENTS AT 1 ARLINGTON Governor Says Gratified Over Peaceful Moves J W Virginia reluctantly but calmly pulled down the historic barricades to racial integration today and 21 negro children en tered white schools in Nor folk and Arlington Cordons of stretched I around all seven had little to There were no dis turbances whatever on or near the schools grounds In either Nor were any in cidents reported from within the buildings Forced To Accept Thus a state which once was the symbol of Southern lead ership in massive resistance to integration took the first hesi tant steps to accept it for the time Lindsay said he was highly gratfied at the peaceful f I Norfolk School John J Brewbaker voiced pride in all the people of his Virginia and the entire na tion should be proud of the manner In which our city has shown the fine caliber of it Brewbaker 21 Negroes Enter Seventeen of the 21 negro pu pils were admitted to three junior and three senior high schools at Norfolk four began school at Stratford Junior High s Page 12 Federal Agency Unaware Secret Documents Gone 2 UPI investigators claime credit today for forcing reform on a government agency tha could not tell If its secret doc laments had been stolen becaus Y it did not know the contents o its own t They also called for a legii lative crackdown on a viclou racket costing small business men up to 50 million dollars year aired a case in whic a Civil Air Patrol officer a legedly embezzled the fruits o an The Senate Permanent Inves tigating subcommittee reporte on the cases in reviewing it 1958 It began checking into affai of the Armed Services Technics Information Agency last Apr when John Library of Congress employ off with 548 classifie Dukeminier said he took th papers to prove that the agenc then operating In the Libra of was lax on secu He lost his But the subcommittee said t agency not only did not have a See Page 6 Decade Needed For To Put Man On Moon 30DAY PKECIPffAIION OUTLOOK 2 UPI Congress was told to day that the United States will need 10 to 15 years to put a man on the The estimate by Hugh Dry assistant director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration was made in testimony before the House Space Dryden testified after NASA Director Keith Glennan told the committee this country is moving as fast it can to catch up with Russia in Drydens estimate was in con trast to reports to the commit tee by other top space experts who predicted men could reach the moon within 10 years at I most with enough money and James Fulton told Dryden that if it takes this country 10 to 15 years to put a man on the moon therell be a man there saying nyet when Texas Colleges Ask Mediocrity End he Glennan said Russia Is months to two years ahead of the United States in developing powerful rockets needed for ixploration of deep Glennan warned that Ameri cans must roll up our sleeves years to come if they VEATHER FORECAST FOB 30 maps Dased on those supplied by the United States Weather Bureau orecast the probable precipitation and temperature for the next 0 Wirephoto 18 Authorities Probe Cuba Bomb Blast HAVANA X UPI ordered an investi jation to determine whether a omb explosion in the midst of a religious procession was acci dental or a counterrevolution ary Three persons were killed and 80 Injured many when the bomb exploded Monday in the midst of pilgrims in a procession at El Cobre Shrine outside Santiago de Cuba in Oriente Three persons were under stood to have been arrested in the preliminary The explosion first thought to have been caused by an abandoned army or rebel mine in the Santiago which had been the scene of some bit ter fighting In the long rebel lion that oppled the Fulgencio Batista But experts said later that ab sence of a crater indicated the blast was caused by a bomb or a The violence occurred shortlj before Fidel Castro returned tc his Sierra Maestra stronghold to launch his land reform pro gram In which stateowned as See Page T2 Record Boost In Taxes Faces New York State 2 Nelson Rockefeller sent the Legislature a record budget today that calls or the greatest round of tas ncreases in New Yorks hie More than people In he lowwage brackets woult lave to pay state income taxei Cor the first time to suppor the mammoth spending the Republican governor advocated new or in creased taxes totaling 277 mil lion ciga motor racetract cigars and pip He proposed to put the stat income tax on a payroll with holding beginning Apn and to raise the tax by 15 million boost of abou 25 per cent for most See NEW Page 12 See Page 6 Peace Flights Nations President Says tolc Congress in his first annual pace report today that the goal f this nation is peaceful inter ilanetary Looking beyond the Ui proj ct to place a man in orbit within two the chief ex ecutive said that new programs are aimed at exploring our so ar first by hen by manned deepspace ve As manmade one after have reconnoiter ed the frontiers space he there is a realization that he human race has begun its most daring adven The benefits that will come as mans peaceful conquest of space proceeds should be shared Hissing Plans Of Courthouse Delaying Bids Where are the structural plans This was the question being asked by the commisisoners court Monday The court has agreed to ad vertise for bids for a new elevator for the court its but the question of what lies underneath the aged structure came up In the month ly meeting Monday Lewis local contractor told the court that bidders would have trouble submlting bids for the installation of the elevator because they have ni knowledge of what type o foundation is Structural plans would offer a revelation but so far he has been unable to locate Fos ter told the All he has been able to find is floor plans tie Without structural th only way to find out what lie beneath the building is to dig TEXAS WEEKEND VIOLENCE TAKES AT LEAST 30 LIVES At least 30 persons met violent Clinton 59 r K1 nf Attcfln The count started eaths in Texas over the week Highway accidents took 16 6 riday and ended at midnight Three men were killed short before midnight Sunday when commercial DCS airliner load d with Idaho air guardsmen rashed southeast of wentyfive escaped from the laming An icy highway figured In a wocar collision that killed our persons east of San Saba The victims were Dora of Lometa her through the Foster re You may have water trou Foster Wife Replaces Jailed Husband InWeirdCase UPI A mother of seve children traded places with he husband in Marlon County Sunday night under terms of joint sentence imposed on h couple for contempt of Catherine Kobblns an Symbolic Note Ends Frondizi American Visit Argentine 1 UPI President Arturo rondlzi ended his hlstorymak ng good will visit on a symbolic note Sunday by de dicating a new air terminal hail ed as an important bridge to closer AiiiRrl can An estimated includ ing many Latin Americans 1 sunbathed rondlzl and Margaret of and Wayne of San Airman James Wood was killed by an auto Sunday night while walking near Laughlin Air Force Base at Del Christine of was fatally injured in n See Page 12 Five Sherman Residents Hurt Sunday Nishap Five Sherman residents were three in an automobile collision that in volved four automobiles a short distance north of Corsicana Sunday morning at Those Injured Addle chest and other Douglas Bon 2 If The House Apropriations Committee was asked today to approve a big spending request for state supported colleges and univer sities in order to lift them out of low level This plea came from the Com mission on Higher an other of a long list of state agencies and departments put ting budget requests before the The Senate Finace Committee also began its mammoth task of hearing scores of witnesses from state colleges and universities and stnte agencies as the Legis lature began its fourth In Texas we are on the thres hold of two big developments ii higher said Dr Ralph executive directo of the We are on the threshold of some of the sharpest enrollment increases we have ever We also are on the thresholt of moving from low level medlo crlty to limited attended the colo ceremonies to L wife Speaking through an Interpre Frondizi expressed pride that the first plane to use of ficially the 26 million dollar terminal wai an Argentine air He called the airport the beginning of a fraternal bridge toward closer ties with Latin Ho said he would forever be like the plane he boarded Sun day messenger of peace be fraternity of Addie con crete Internal and other Both Martin and his mother were under oxygtn wife of both legs chest and other Both women underwent surgery Doyle Lynn crush ed left head and other condition Ray Lee fractur ed left Two Martin one 16 See Page U See Page 6 Faint Signals Discounted In Hunt For Ship Nova Fe 2 planes and tw ships searched the Icechoke North Atlantic for clue to the fate of 95 persons on th Danish motor vessel Hans He toft which striking an disappeared aftp Iceberg four daj LICK ROADS CLOSE MANY SCHOOL UNITS Highways Open But Hazardous At Noon Monday By The Associated Press Ice and snow glazed vast areas f the Southwest ringing death to at least 14 ersons in weathercaused acci Many schools closed ausR slick roads made bus ravel Heaviest urred at near the exns Follett in the Texas anhandle reported 6 Freezing rain drew blame for he crash of a DCS airliner arrylng 25 Idaho National 3uardsmen and three civilian row members near in West Two crewmen and L guardsman but 25 ersons scrambled to Shortly before tha1 Wenthor Bureau issued special warning of freezing weather and hazardous road conditions across a sixstate The advisory warned freezing rain or snow in parts of New Louisiana and The band of freezing tha advisory stretched as east as Alabama and the Wea Bureau said this glaza would result in hazardous driv ing The freezing precipitation al ready was deep Into with the State Highway Duparlrttent reporting varying See Pago Welcome Rain with the world Presidents comments were contained in a 53page doc See Page 12 Swiss Bandits Make Big Haul W Three bandits held up a van making cash deliveries to a Geneva bank today and escaped with the equivalent of One of the men was armed with a submachine They slugged an employe of the Ban que National Sulsse who was standing guard over a postal van while messengers delivered cases of money to the 3 25 Survive Plane Crash 2 he Air which will take o him chartered C47 trans port with 28 men on 18 inches of ice on its its landing gear frozen tight andl engine crashed and burned Sunday night while trying to make a belly Twentyfive of the mrn es but three were killed and the fire almost consumed the The victims were first pilot Harvey second and Idaho Air National Guardsman Rob ert of Twentyfive of the 28 men on board were members of the Air National Guard from Idaho and adjacent Three were crew members third officer Bill of escaped with jaw and chest General a Portland charter owned the It was taking the air guardsmen to Lackland Air Force San for basic None of the survivors wa Their injuries were bruises and broken bones J3asic Airman Deroin Sprat of was held in Kerrville The others released to he Air which will take hem to hospitals at Lackland Air Force at San iO miles from None vas in critical It was a miracle that any jot out said Sheriff Joe Wittliff said the mam trou ble was ice on the wings and a low fuel He explained hat Epps couldnt see the lights on the runway for the ice on the windshield as he tried to make an emergency belly land ng at Schriener Kerr He overshot and was swing ing about for a second ap proach men one of his two en gines failed and the plane wen down In a cedar Wittliff said that when he saw a crash was he got on the floor of the cock pit behinds Epps and braced Something tore a gap in thi side of the plane and he es caped through he bu someone gave me a heave o I dont think I would have been Basic Airman Robert Fisk of said he heard the engine conk out and hi Basic Airman Roderick also of turne o All he had time to say Fisk I was under a pile of steel and I ouldnt get that damned safe y belt When I I got There was no time to think anything Airman 3C Samuel Sykea of said the crash knock ed him unconscious for a mo He regained his orced open a door and escaped ust before fire swept over the The pilot was about 10 min utes from 60 miles from San the pilot first reported trouble He said he had 18 inches of ice on his wings and his landing gear was Emergency lighting was se up at Schreiner as Wittliff ice on the windshield kept Epps from see inj the runway his first time On his attempt to make a second the engin perhaps because of low The plane went down in the plowed about 100 yard through them and burst int Sheriff Price said man of the survivors were throw from the wreckage but Fisk and enced by Juvenile Court Local officials said the terml larold Fields to spend which is more than ate weeks In jail for failing to my the Welfare has runways more than two miles In length to ac 21 a week for support of the growing de 2ycarolcl wayward of the jet They said The sentence was made Miami International own last Wednesday and the largest such single lns was jailed until in the light when his wife entered participation in the ell and he was freed for ended the first such veek to resume his of this country ever made ouple is scheduled to an Argentine After olaces behind bars next he and De lay night when Robbins walked down a long ng wife will be free to carpet and boarded the o her Job for a plane for the re Fields said the flight to their ail sentences would stops en route In Ecuador See Page Heller said they doubted In any the survivors till In the wreckage had time o get away before the fire Fireman from Com Fredericksburg and fought the fire or more than an hour before hey finally put it out at The plane crash ed at 56 minutes af it first reported Basic Airman Sherman An of said the plane broke open as t ripped through the and ie and his companions scram bled out the best way we The pilot told us to fasten our safety belts and to hold our ueads he Andersons ankle was sprain He said the plane left Boise at 10 FINED FOB COMPLAINT was fined two pounds to day for dialing Scotland Yards emergency telephone and shouting Ive been robbed after he put two shil lings in an automatic cigaret machine and nothing came Social Security Checks Larger 2 UPI The government be gins mailing fatter checks today to more than 12 12 million Social Security Social Security Commissioner William Mitchell said the benefit checks will be about 7 per cent They will go to old age and disability Insurance As a the January pay ments will run about 50 million dollars higher than in the pre vious month when they totalled about 690 million The hikes were authorized by the last monthly payments to a retired aged ranged from to The January checks range from to The maximum monthly pay ment to a family formerly is Moderating weather aided tl But no trace of th bright orange vessel or Its pa sengers and crew was imm dlately Faint radio signals had ral ed hope Sunday that at lea some survivors were alive in See Page 6 Miners Chief Much Improved 2 UPI John one of American labors most contro versial was reported much Improved today in his fight for recovery from a heart John Lewis said the 78yearold president of the United Mine Workers seems to have re sponded to treatment for pneu monia which followed his at Minor said Lewis condition began to improve after he suf fered a bad He said it had been feared that Lewis had a blood clot in his lung but that it turned out to be pneumonia which was less Covers Host Counly Areas Rains and freezing left Navarro county with ica on utility grass and other exposed points Mon day morning following series of showers and low tempera The rainfall ranged from an Imatcd half Inch at Dawson Inches at and all joints contacted about mid morning reported the preclplta tion was still The moisture Is welcomed by farmers and ranchers due to he dry Only Inch was recorded on the government guage In Corslr ctina for the month of far under the The government report up to 7 Monday was Reports from other sections of the county Included Blooming good rain Purdon and one Inch No Ice was reported early Monday See LOCAL age 8 Fresh Dulles Ideas Demanded HEART MONTH Governor Price Daniel pre a nrnrlamntion desiEnating February as Heart Month to of State John Fos ter heading for talks with European allies this has been told hed better come up with some fresh ideas if hn wants support from Senate The call for a new approach In dealing with the Soviet Un ion came from Mike Mans field assistant Dem ocratic Senate leader and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Mansfield said today the forthcoming elevation of William Fulbrlght to the foreign relations chair manship serves notice on State Department officials thpy had better get on their Dulles has scheduled a meet ing with Fulbright before he leaves for Fulbrigh has been a sharp critic of El senhower administration foreign Dulles is tentatively slated to fly to London late Tuesday with his first round of talks there He will talk with French leaders In Paris and West German leaders in it on behalf of th was made in Austin rlamntion desEnang eruar M of who received Bonn before returning h Inhnut U ui Auaiiiii IP Texas Heart The presentation about taid his European mis Ion will deal with 1 the iroblem of Berlin and the Western reaction to possible Russian moves 2 the possi bility of having talks about with the Soviet repre He indicated he will talk with Prime Minister Harold MAC millan of President Jharles de Gaulle of France and Chancellor Konrad Adenau er of West Germany to try to et allied agreement on these points What the allies can offer and world public opin in the way of new Ideas for reuniting Germany and there by resolving the problem of dl vided What line the Western pow era should take In making spe clfio proposals to Moscow fo EastWest talks on German and possibly some other Issues What measures the West ern powers should take If a new Berlin blockade Is set up The Soviet Union has announc ed plans to turn over its Berlin occupation powers to the Eas German Reds in Before the Dulles trip was an Fulbrlght said the ad ministration apparently ha stalled on dead center In deal ng with the Soviet demand to make West Berlin a free Mansfield said today he and his colleagues will buck Ful brlght to the hilt in an effort to bring what Mansfield called more flexibility to the admlnls rations handling of Interna handling of International think Fulbrlght will make many contributions to ward reinvlgoratlng our foreign policy Secretary Dulles is going to have to come up with some fresh Ideas and bet ter formulated policies to satis fy him and the rest of us Dem Mansfield said ho hopes close relationship can be es tablished between Fulbiight and Dulles and other State Depart ment From this vant age Mansfield now chairman could inject of his own ideas Into the stream of administration thinking ott international Fulbrlght said over the week end that he stands by his state ment in a speech laat August that administration pol icies are outmod ed and Fulbright willsucceed thU Bee Page 6 ;