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Tribune (Newspaper) - March 6, 1958, Galveston, Texas The. Gulf won and a witty mostly Cloudy Occulous Kiln continued mild through Friday. Lowell temperature expected night will be 58 degrees highest Fri Day near m degrees. Galveston Tribune vol 78 Galveston Texas thursday March 6, 1958 Price 5e no. 100 free a Miah for our Cut Oman Mai Moody is Federal Deposit 1nsukance corporation Bulgarin sends Ike new message reds free 26 kidnapped passengers Moscow pressure said Why commie koreans yielded Panmunjom communists yielding to reported pres Jure from Moscow today released the 26 air travellers who were kid naked in the South korean air liner that red gunmen hijacked last month. The americans two germans and 22 South. Koreans were handed Over to Al lied authorities Here. They were taken to a nearby Allied base in a bus whose destination sign read freed the americans Pilot will Hobbs o. Vallejo Calif., and air Force it. Col. Howard w. Mcclelland of Buchanan mich., who was logging air time As his co Pilot were the last to be re leased. I Leel Hobbs said it s wonderful to be quibbling by koreans from both sides of the Border delayed the return of the captives for hour but eventually they reconciled their differences and the 22 trav Elers were set free. The communists who had brought the prisoners Here in a bus started to take them Back into communist territory when South korean red Cross representative Kim to Kin refused to sign the second of two sets of receipts demanded by the communists. Communist col. Kim Joom Kyung no relation blamed the United states for the Southern Kim s attitude even though . Embassy Counselor t. Elliott Well had signed All the receipts the communists requested for the re turn of his countrymen without a murmur. The returning prisoners con turn to Page 3, see four the army s Jupiter c rocket leaves the launch pad at Cape canaveral Fla., carrying another u. S. Satellite in its pointed nose. The missile took off with a mighty Roar and soon disappeared in the Cloudy sky. A Mamie s Kin invited to face probes Moore denies he had anything to do with to Grant Washington George Gordon Moore a brother in Law of mrs. Eisenhower will be Given a Chance to testify in a House investigation of alleged influence in the rant of a lucrative television License in Miami. Moore denied that he had any Hing to do with the Federal communications commission s Grant of to Channel 10 to a National airlines subsidiary headed by g. Baker a Friend of his. But Moore wrote rep. Harris chairman of the investigating sub committee that he is willing to repeat his denial under oath. Of course the committee will Ive him that told newsmen. He said no Den Nite arrangements have been made. The subcommittee hearings. Were in recess until monday when Thurman a. Whiteside florida1 attorney is expected Back to Fin a testimony about his role in the of ism Case and his financial avers to Richard a. Mack who designed under fire As an acc or missioner earlier this week. A Frank Katzentine a Miami j Adio station owner who lost in a old for Channel 10, has testified Afore the subcommittee that he Icard Moore engineered the Ward to Public service Televik subsidiary. Linn inc., the National airlines Baker has denied petting any help from Moore and has said pressure was exerted by Katzen Ine and others on Katzentine s behalf. Despite Moore s denial a care Enta Tives Peter Mack a Tii and Willlams a miss suggested that turn to Page 3, see three Gary Edward Fenn 5, son of or. And mrs. Win saw Fenn of port Arthur is shown thursday grinning at the Nickel a John Sealy Hospital surgeon removed from his oesophagus in an hour and a half operation wednesday. Doctors Stid he is doing Fine after the experience but will have to undergo corrective surgery on the oesophagus within i few weeks. 2nd barely misses being hit Moo watch teams to search skies where s explorer Cape canaveral Fla. Of the fourth blare rocket in the army s Pupil or a missile apparently kept the u. S. Satellite explorer ii from going into orbit around the Earth n key Satel Lite scientist said today. Cape canaveral Fla., is teams geared them jul pcs today for a sky search for the army s newly launched and mysteriously missing satellite explorer ii. At the same time the conviction grew that the six Inch Metal Cyl Inder 80 inches Long and weighing about 32 pounds never achieved an orbit. There were persistent reports that signals from the Jupiter a launching Rocker convinced some army missile experts within the first hour after yesterday s firing at p.m., that the final Staci of the four Suine vehicle had failed to fire. Officials of the army ballistic missile Agency and of the Jet propulsion Laboratory which built the High Speed upper stages were unavailable for comment. Until next week the Observatory said. At Iowa City Iowa or. James Van Allen who directed construction of decoding equipment in the Sale Lilc said there were three possible reasons Why the second satellite had not been located. Van Allen said the satellite might not have achieved an orbit might have gone into a different orbit than was expected or might have sustained failure of its radio. Pasadena Calif. Is while passing., Parade Laura Carlos commenting that members of the recently organized Rosarino club Green Joying the activities of the group Ami that More members Are Al ways Welcome. Former Galves tonian Adrien f. Drouilhet now of Baytown looking Forward to another Island visit when the Texas sons of the american Revo Lution has its annual convention Here in april. Hall High Sopho More Pat Mcdonough recuperating from a Snake bite at John Sealy Hospital but telling his Many friends who visit him that despite the bite he really captured a lot of snakes on die fatal Snake Hunt. Or. Tren ton Torregrossa was among the out of town guests who it tended the Texas exes Independence Day dinner at the Swank Houston club this . Christ Couvaras now launch ing on paper drive for the daughters of Penelope in addition to her other activities hut adding the project is most Worth while and will continue through april. Talented Esther Zinn Whoso songs Are wonderful to hear really going through the party Rush before her sunday not croon wedding Date in hous ton As her friends will be mis ring her when she moves to Slaton la. Mrs. Phillips mrs. C. I. Axelson and mrs. Fay Mil being complimented on the big Job they did is co chairmen for the cub scout Den mothers workshop which ended with the thursday morning session at Cen trial Mcl Hollst Church by Laura is fishy Wernher von . German born scientists were still trying to Fig head of the army space program

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