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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 20, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL thunder storms this afternoon and tonight windy and colder tonight and Saturday with low in mid Thermometer 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 I V 63 70 I 74 76 78 Wetther Report en Market fin fflHomeof the SemiWeekly Morning Lid LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March Lower selected issues governments trade CHICAGO mois ture forecast for winter crop Mixed light moderate to 25 cents higher top steer supply too scant for market AP TELEMATS 245 MARCH PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Macmillan And Ike Map Strategy lit Secrecy Satellite Fence Built Across Southern States PURPOSE IS TO DETECT SNEAKERS Space Vehicles Pose Possible Threat To By BILL WILKS March 80 United States has taken action to protect itself against a possible sneak satel lite attack from outer space by creation of a satellite detec tion according to deputy chief scientist of the Advanced Research Projects Agency This early warning system against satellites is essential ly completed and consists of a series of detecting stations strung across the Southern said Whit Discuss Realities He addressed a colloquium on The Realities of Space Explora tion11 held at California Institute of The threeday meeting ends These stations are equipped to detect silent satellites which emit no radio signal that could be used to detect their pres Whitson Unfriendly satellites will not radio their he We will have to detect Problem Growing He pointed out the problem will become more acute the See Page 10 t Pentagon Plans Underground Combat Center March 20 The Defense Depart ment announced today an und erground combat operations center will be built in the Cheyenne Mountains near Colo rado so aerial warfare can directed from an invulnerable The center will be used by the North American Air Defense now housed in a 26 afcre aboveground area in the heart of Colorado The department said support and administrative headquarters would remain in Colorado Ten million dollars to start the which eventually will cost between 20 and SO mil lion is included in a military constitution bill for the fiscal year starting July The site was approved today by the Joint Chiefs of All radar and other informa tion collected on an impending enemy attack flows into such centers and combat command ers would direct aerial fighting from A request for initial funds was omitted from a construc tion bill a year ago because the Pentagon had not decided on the new The Defense Command is a combined United StatesCana dian It involves See Page 9 Taxes Plague Texas Legislators TBAIN CRASH KILLS Girl Scouts and the mothers of two of them were killed when their station wagon collided with a Penn sylvania fast freight train near Demolished car is shown in field where it came to Occupants were returning from a scout Cross arms upper left indicate spot where car was AP Wirephoto Ohioans Demand Safety Moves March flags flying at half mast over suburban Beafercreek schools were a sad reminder to day of eight 12yearold girls who attended classes until a train hit their station wagon killing them and two of their The flags were also a symbol to the aroused citizens of this community of who are fighting for gradecrossing pro I dont think it should be necessary for a family of eight to be killed at Hamilton Ohio and 10 persons killed here In order for the state to Vaughn Beavercreek school Burial services for the vic who were returning home from a trip to a library to study for Girl Scout merit will be held Saturday and Sun Memorial services for the sixthgrade girls will be held in the high school next Monday Edgar president of the school boards Booster said he would be in Columbus today to try to see the governor about getting We are demanding that Im mediate action be given to a bill introduced by State Rep Richard Metcalf in theLegisla If something doesnt happen there will be the damndest demonstration on the capitol lawn anybody has ever McFadden The bill calls for a boost In auto license tag fees to pay for protection devices at cross Michael Disalle Thurs day pledged his administration will try to eliminate or pro See Page 10 PipeLaden Truck Hits School Bus March 40 children escaped with minor injuries when a trail er truck smacked into the rear of a school bus Thursday and cascaded its load of cast iron pipe into the rear of the home ward bound The truck Johnny Spears of leaped from his vehicle just before the plunged the heavy Treasury Needs Four Billions March 20 UP The Treasury announced Thursday it will try to sell 500 million dollars worth of 10year bonds as part of four billion dollars of financing next In deciding to offer a the department surprised many money market The market for Treasury bonds has been hit in recent months by lenders fears of rising Interest In still another move to get away from borrowing on a very shortterm the depart ment disclosed it will offer 1 12 billion dollars of 4 per cent notes which will mature in a little over four The remaining two billion dol lars in cash will be borrowed through an auction of 8 12 months The 10year bonds will pay 4 per cent sections of the cab The bus was carrying 75 white school pupils ranging from 6 to 16 years of Thirtyseven youngsters were treated for None was hurt The accident oc curred at 12 miles north west of Spears was treated for shock and several broken He said he saw the school bus bul did not know it was going to stop until too Pieces of cost iron pipe rip ped up some of the seats in the rear of the bus and narrowly missed some of the Trujillo Agent Gets Fine March Joseph Wash ington attorney and former FBI was fined today for acting as an agent for General issimo Rafael Trujillo and the Dominican Republic without registering with the Justice De Judge Youngdahl fined Frank on each of two counts in the in but suspended one Judge Youngdahl said he was taking into account that Frank now has registered as an agen of a foreign principal as well as the fact he made no apparen effort to hide his Mother Slams Captor With Hammer March 20 were to weigh the mental balance to day of a youthful exconvict whose lonewolf attempt to bar gain with the governor of West Virginia for the life of his worst enemy was foiled by a daring one of four hostages held as kidnap Elma of South battered tha Richard with a hammer as he drove her and her three children near When the blows failed to deter she snatched the steering wheel during a bulletpunctuated chase and forced the car to the Payne threw down his pistol and surrenderd meekly In the face of state police riot saying he didnt want to hurt the Payne was scheduled for a hearing today before Kanawha county prosecutor Charles Wal IjKr in the state Officials also said Wayne would be given a sanity i reunited with her relieved told newsmen It was like sitting on a volcano that might erupt at any She and her and returned to their home with a state trooper to ward off cur The nightmarish which covered less than 24 apparently cost Baldwin and her children little more than lost Cecil In Washington at a roads also ad mitted to a sleepless night aft er Payne named him principal in his screwball The children were tired and So was the but they were all said State Police Rofstet who helped run down Payne as he passed the barracks late Thursday The capture came at when the exconvicts stolen auto passed within 100 yards of the Hofstetter and two fellow officers gave sirens apparently maddened as his elaborate kidnaping scheme neared a fired two shots through a rear win One smashed the police cruisers windshield without in juring the At that when Payne let go the wheel to fire his lugertype Bald win grabbed the wheel and put on the Payne snatched up according to his earlier threat to use the child as a Baldwin screamed at police not to She quoted the exconvict as Ill give myself I dont want to hurt one of The bizarre case began the previous afternoon when Payne entered the fiveroom Baldwin three doors down the street from his own on the pretext of using the tele After terrorizing the family at gunpoint for three Payne tied up the couple with sash then herded Baldwin and the children into the family Ransom Note He left behind a ransom note to It demanded The head of my worst identified as a former cellmate at Mounds Bur ton Junior saying he hated Posl with all my in structed the governor to free supply him with a car and allow him to start on the death a stretch of roac between Spencer and Salem at some point on this Payne he wouk kill Post within a threeday time Payne alleged that if the gov ernor attempted to Interfere in any way with the he would torture to death the three Baldwin children held as He ordered the gover and the FBI to broadcast their assent to the elaborate scheme over a local television at 16 a oneman according to authorities as released last week from Moundsville where he had been serving a 10yearterm for at tempted robbery and the shooting of a motel keeper wesl of South See Page 10 Panhandle Due Blizzard By The Associated Press The Weather Bureau warned Friday of snow arid blizzard conditions for the Texas Pan landle and thunderstorms and possible tornadoes for a small ipper part of North Central As the warnings were being winds unofficially clock ed at 70 hit one point Hereford in the Panhandle about 50 miles southwest of Snow fell In Dalhart and cut to a little over one Alert Area The tornado and severe thun derstorm warning Included an area from between the Red Riv er and a line from Rhome to Denton to Van Alstyne to Bon ham to Arthur It went nto effect at 1 and was ordered to continue until 6 Freezing rain mixed with now fell in the Hereford area from just before 8 until about The Weather Bureau report ed Amarillo underwent the of both rain showers and slowing dust about Blowing Dust Other points reporting dust at that time were Marfa in far West Childress on the See Page 10 Rural Chairmen For Red Cross Drive Listed Chairmen have been secured for a number of county towns and rural communities In the Rural County Town Division of the Red Cross Since General Chairman Jim Stephenson and members of the campaign planning committee were not able promptly to ob tain replacements for George as chairman of the east section and Wilburn Der rybcrry as chairman of the west section of the and they had begun preliminary work on recruiting chairmen for the respective towns and communities In their halves of the It has been decided to operate this division directly out of campaign headquarters through individual chairmen thus far As rapidly as the campaign leaders can obtain chairmen for the balance of the county towns and communities they will be announced in order that people in those places may know whom to take their Red Cross Chairmen selected to date in clude the along with the communitys quota Barry See RED Page 4 350 FROM U SCHOOLS AT ANNUAL JVJC CAREER DAY By BETTY JEAN CLAY Daily Sun Staff The eighth consecutive Career Day to help guide youth to the careers and vocations best suited for them drew high school seniors from 14 schools within 50mile radius to Na varro Junior College It offered career clinics by experts in 26 fields of Gordon McLendon of owner of Radio Station KLIF and other Texas and Louisiana radio was presented as the Career Day speaker by President Bob Whee of the Chamber of Houston Negro AshsNAACPAid On Integration March 20 A Houston father has asked the National for the Ad vancement of Colored People to intervene in a federal court desegregation suit affecting Houston public father of one of the negro children in whose behalf the suit was filed in told newsmen Thursday I signed a paper to the ef fect that I was asking them to Mary Alice mother of the second declined to nay whether ahe had joined Williams in asking NAACP Federal Judge Ben Connally ruled Oct that Houston schools should abolish racial segregation with all deliberate Connally set no date but warned that any inordinate de lay to integrate the largest seg regated school system in the na or any evasion of de segregation would not be count The Houston Post said the NAACP would ask Connally to reopen the case and require the school board to show cause why it has not proceeded with in of Schools John Mc Farland said such action by the NAACP would not change his procedure In handling the situa The Post said the School Board is considering a plan See Page 4 TRUMAN HONORED BY President Harry Truman was presented a 50year Masonic pin at Kansas by Grand Master Robert Aronson of the Grand Lodge of Mis Truman is the first former president to achieve the He was made a Master March Truman was Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Missouri in 1940 while serving in the The former president also was named an hon orary grand master of the Grand Lodge of Israel and an honorary member of the Grand Lodge of France during the AP Wirephoto Approximately 350 seniors took part in the days events from these schools Dawson Cor Mt Blooming Grove Abbott and Aquil Jones Is MC Ben college presi dent as master of ceremonies introduced the counselors from the stage and the members of the Chamber of Commerce ed ucation cosponsors of the who were present In his opening Mc Lendon said he usually talkec on the Will Radio Kil Television but since this was Career he would get off on that It would be he notec to give out with a bunch ol cliches on how to make a ca See CAREER Page 9 Woman Robbed By Negro Trio In Washington March wifeof Pulitzer Prize winning author Edgar Ansel Mowrer was thrown to the ground Thursday by three teen age girls and robbed of her purse containing who is 67 and also a suffered a broken nose and a sprained She was released after treatment at a Mowrer said she was walk ing along a bridle path In the rear of the Shoreharn Hotel when she was accosted by three negro She said the girls shoved and tripped her and she sprawled They fled after grabbing her Mowrer won the Pulitzer Prize for foreign reporting in He is correspondent for the Chi cago Daily Kansans Balk At Ike Statue March 20 UPI The Kansas hurrying toward Thursday killed 42 bills includ ing one to erect a life size statue of President Elsenhower in the Other measures killed would have to remodel the GAR hall at the State His torical for a statue of Frederick World War I in the March 20 UP A controversial struggle in the House over establishment of Texas third medical school ended today with the selection of San The measure was finally ap proved and sent to the Senate by a voice A similar mea sure Is pending iri a Senate Its just a long range plan to provide Texas with doctors that are vitally said Strickland of San author of the It may take two to four years to get appropriations from the Legislature to actually build the San and other cities had bid for the third The others are at Gal veston and The House also approved to day a bill that would set up a code regulating the liquified pe troleum gas Meanwhile the legislators fac See Page 9 House Shelves Clampdown On Tax Benefits March 20 Treasury appeals for a clampdown on expanding in come tax benefits for the and mining industries ap pear to have been quietly shelv ed In the The contending mil lions in tax revenue lost if the treria has asked tightening of the laws prescribing methods of comput ing percentage depiction allow ances for income tax Recent court rulings have held in some cases that the de pletion tax benefits could be computed on the value of the finished rather than on the value of the basic minerals This would permit a much greater tax which the Treasury seeks to But members of the taxwrit ing House Ways and Means Committee say privately that for all practical purposes they consider the Treasurys recom mendatlons dead for this ses for They said the Treasurys pro posals are indefinite and would See Page 9 Japan Permits Nuclear Arms March Prime Minister Nobusuke Kish says military forces can bring nuclear weapons into He told a Parliamentary com mittee that the nowar clause of the Japanese constitution which forbids the arming of Japanese forces with atomic and hydrogen bombs does nol apply to the armed forces of other SEE DULLES BEFORE TRIP TO RETREAT Other Advisors May Join Pair Over Weekend March 20 President Elseri hower and British Prime Min ister Harold Macmillan settled down to cold war strategy con ference today in the privacy of the Presidents Camp David Retreat in the Catoctin Moun The two free world leaders flew by helicopter from Wash ington to Camp 23 miles from for three days of leisurely Visit Hospital Before leaving they held a special hospital consultation with ailing Secre tary of State John Foster Dul British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd spent about anhour talking with Dulles at Walter Reed Army Medical Center where the cabinet officer haa undergone treatment for can who has kept abreast of developments centering around the Berlin crisis and the possibility of a Big Four summit conference later this See Page 10 Interior Funds Caustically Cut March 20 UPI The House Appropria tions Committee today cut from the Interior Depart ments new budget after basting the Elsenhower adminis tration for asking money for frills and other the com iy vetoed National Park S plans to build private h lor two of its employes iri Hawaii at a total cost of It slapped an celling on the cost of any such The money which carries funds for the In terior Department and related agencies for the fiscal year starting next July now goes to the House President Eisenhower requested While making an overall the committee Increased the departments budget by 000 for forest roads to provlda access to The commit tee Insisted that the same amount be spent for this pro gram as last year on grounds that t increases Treasury reve In criticizing the Hawaii the committee said it feels strongly that a return to Inexpensive construction Ifc long and expects each agency in volved to take prompt action to eliminate special require ments and unnecessary Youth Stages Murder Spree March an 18year old delinjuent wanted for killing two relatives and wounding three others in a murderous outburst of surrendered In sobs today to a posse which had combed the Osnge Hills all The youth Im Im Im sorry when of ficers told him his shots had killed his Joe and 2yearold Paula and crlt ically wounded Freda his Less ser iously hurt were her Jerry Wayne and who has a record of arrests for carrying concealed attempted car theft and had been living with the Morelands In this small northeastern Oklahoma He vanished shortly before nightfall Thursday after the A light flickering through the predawn darkness from a shed only threequarters of a mile from the Morelands home led officers to the Osage County Sheriff Dick Streetman and a volunteer Henry demanded he sur render or face their Mil ler emerged from the barn with his hands Streetman said Miller had thrown Into a nearby pasture the caliber pistol he used to spray bullets Into the family providing him with Authorities ordered two mur dor charges drawn against the who claimed under questioning he didnt know what he had done or I dont know what I I dont moan The sheriff said he acted on a hunch when he drove near the since a posse of about 50 lawmen and civilians had failed to turn up any clues to Millers whereabouts during an allnight As he approached the Streetman he noticed a glow filtering through the dark ness and suspected Miller had built a bonfire to warm The theory proved He shouted at Miller to give himself up and the suspect at first but gave up meek ly when Streetman and StephJ enfion declared they would como In shooting If he The capture ended an all night dragnet which stretched all over Oklahoma and Into neighboring states after Miller tried to slaughter the Officers said he burst out of a pistol in and fir ed shot after shot Into the help less Highway patrolman Emll Hunt said Moreland was slightly Improved after several hours treatment but was not out of danger because she was seven months Officers said Miller was mum as If In a stupor when he was taken into the Osage county in nearby for Youth Questioned State Crime Bureau Agent Sid Wilson asked Miller why he shot He put his head In his hands and I dont I dont I dont Bill assistant coun ty told Im golnk to be as fair as I can with I will not try to kid but let me tell you you are in Bee Page 4 ;