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fJjUlMEDQM ...NEWSPAPER. Tfis frnrnan met If fa toe ndiHdfl when if hat fftt §reaf64f fee of liberty, f h* iathj WEATHER top . ttt|!» 'ill. , Serving the Top 6' Texas 51 Years VOL. 56—NO. 266 Circulation Certified by ABC Audif PAMPA, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1959 (8 PAGES TOtJAY) B*yi i Reds Are Sent Notes Four-Power ASCUBAN PREMIER Conference Is Wanted FIDEL IN OFFICE l»y KUANCtS I,. Mr( AUT1IY IrtforttiUIonnl By STEWART HKNSLKY United Press International WASHINGTON (UP!) — j HAVANA (DPI i -- Revolutionary leader Fidel Castro formally takes up the reins of government t . , todfiv as premjer of Cuba, nt :>,2 The United States, Britain ;, ne youngm in the. • turbulent stand France today sent notes; year history of the 'Caribbean is- to Russia proposing a broad iiami republic. four-power Foreign ministers' Intimates sairl the bearded conference on- Berlin, Gor-' young- lawyer would maUe labor tio following the registration of .lose Miro Cardonfl, In what was generally viewed as the. first step toward the presidency. A. revision in th* provisional constitution last week lowered the age requirement tor president from 35 to 30 years. N'PW Trial Start* The poltical developments virtually overshadowed the opening todav of a new trial for Mnj. WIFE, SISTER AT HIS SIDE Mrs. John Foster Dulles, right, arrives at. Walter Reed Army Hospital to be at the side of her cancer-stricken husband. With her is Mrs. of the Secretary. Eleanor Dulles, sister Dulles Undergoes Radium Treatment Ry DAVTOX MOORB Press Interrmtinnnl WASHINGTON (UP! I — tary of State John Foster Dulles,' encouraged by his doctors fight against cancer, began un-.p^,. and phyaieal sUmin a. dergoinp radiation treatment to-j "Time Will Tell" day at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. One of his dioartive gold, also may be used, [hospital bed by conferring The doctors said that in many-Herter. it was highly unlikely it was return many and PJuropean security, and agrarian problems his p r i- Jesus Sosa Blanco, the Batistn of- The notes, delivered In Moscow mnry objectvcs. ficer branded Cuba's "No. 1 war early today left the time and' Castro was named premier Sat- .criminal." Sosa Blanco was c-m- pln.ce of the meeting open for.urda.y by President Manuel Urru-idemned to death by a. military further negotiation. But American; " officials said the Western powers; preferred that the fonfeience be held in Geneva or Vienna in late April or early May. It was proposed that the East; and West German advisers sit in , as consultants. • The U.S. note said that the; meeting should "deal with the ' problem of Germany in all its. aspects and implications" as; raised in recent exchange of notes' between the West and Russia. j 1 Danger to Peace i ! The Western powers again em- ' I phasized that "they reserve the 'right to uphold by all appropriate; means" their access to Western tribunal sitting in the. Sports P«l- jace la.«l month. ' Some 30,000 spectators jammed |the arena during the trial which ', was broadcast and televised. The i proceedings drew heavy criticisms j from abroad. I The death sentence against ' Soaa Blanco was annulled and a I new trial ordered held at Camp ; Liberty before the same military I tribunal. j Ban TV • The superior War Board Inviled i delegations from civic orga.niza- ; lions as well as foreign and local newsmen to attend th« lings. It said the trial will b# broadens! but not televised, and jthe general public will not. be ttl , lowed entry. i Castro, who led the yearatonf I campaign which ousted dicta tot Fvilgeneto Batista, has taken ie>v« of his post as supreme command er of the armed forces to head thf i government. Informed source; said the. military post probabl; j will he. given in his !$• year ok j brother and comrade in awns.. [Raul, recently named second If command. Safecracker Is Foiled Twice Here with _, Berlin. he . Thev eel Russia's be able to attend a pro-.proposal thai West Berlin be They said they certainly would 1 P°« rt Bi * Fo1 "' foiel * n ministers! made a f.ee, demilitarized ,'ity. j in his not rule out a man of Dulles' will'meeting this spring. Rep. Enmnuel Celler (D - N.Y.) suggested Sunday the President But whether Dulles ever would 1 name Artlai E. Stevenson to sue- Russia's threat to turn over its; ! occupation responsibilities in West 1 ]Berlin to East Germany on .May 1 127 was denounced in the Western; 'be able to resume his full dutiesjceed Dulles in the cabinet post. i n °.,?* he dancp ( n world peace' physicians said he remained a question. One -doctor! He said the selection of Steven-'; |nnc| . enl in thl Soviet initiative: "expected" and "hoped" that Ihejtold United Press International! son, two-time Democratic presi- 1 70-year-old cabinet member would be able to resume at least par "only time will tell." jdential nominee, would show a While Dulles could help guide '"genuine bi-paitisan foreign pol- tlal duties provided there were no : stale Department policy from his icy." more complications and he responded to treatment. Dulles demonstrated Sunday "night that he is not ready lo be counted out. He summoned Act- Ing Secretary of State Christian A. Herter to thu hospital fof a 15-minute conference on department matters. Herter and other Dulles lieuten-j ants in the State- Department aa-j WEST TERRE HAUTE, Ind. j Upriver, a huge ice gorge sumed a more active rol* in dt-jiUPl) — Exhausted N a t i o n a I j threatening the Wabash Valley reeling; foreign policy affairs in! Guardsmen and Wabash Hits 2nd Crest On Sunday ! Is evident," the United States said. j I Without being specific, the West-; ern Allies rejected Russia's pro-i po.sal of Jan. 10 that a 28-nation; German peace conference be. held \ in Prague or Warsawvwithin 'two; months. j The Allied notes were hammered out by representatives of! the Big Three, and West Germany! who met here earlier this month. ; They followed a broad procedural outline already agreed to by their foreign ministers. The West proposed the meeting A lone safecrackcr, he-liev»d to be "an amateur." failed to halter open two safes early this moining (U the Pampa, Lumber Co., 1.101 S. Hohart, Sheriff Rufe Jordan said today. Jordan said HIP safecracker knocked the knobs off two combination safes but failed to dislodge pins inside the lock, and thus did not micced in opening the Rare. Entrance was gained .sometime between midnight S u n- day and 3 a.m. Monday. Jordan said the man threw a biir-k through a south window and forced open an office door in gaining entrance to the building. The attempted safecrackings were discovered by t h r e ft lumber company employees at "about"V' a:m." The 'men7~ Waidon Havnes, Fred Ferguson and O. B. Harlon, said there were no other signs of disturbance. It was the third breakin at Pampa Lumber Co. the three years. One week ago. at the Cola Bottling plant on N. Ho- hart. H lone safecracker escaped with an estimated $300. No estimate has been given of the amount left in the company safes, but it was reported both safes usually contain- a variety of papers with a small amount of change and small bills. Sheriff Jordan, deputies and Texas Ranger Bill Henslee continued their investigation this morning. Ten Persons Purse Snatched Killed In From Home Here Hea(Jon (ra$h volunteers who j remained stationary and state of- despite the fact that Secretary of the absence of their chief, who is saved this city from record Wab-jficials said no attempt would be; State John Foster Dulles is under A black suede purse, containing $12. was taken on indefinite le'ave. j ash River flood Crests began to! made to blast the floe loose In his first appearnncs !n Dul- relax today. b\H efforts to contain (less unusually heavy rains or les' place, Herter was to testify! the river continued downstream, j sudden cold annp should occur. j Doctors have expressed hope this morning at a closed session! The flood-Wabash hit a second! Meanwhile, the Wabash climbed that Dulles may he able to return un-! treatment for rancer. aj Dwll«>n WorUwl Out Strategy ! ALAMO, Tex. iUPH -Ten per-| sons wer» killed Sunday in the: of a House appropriations committee on the State Department budget. Dillon To While; HOIIM- At the same time. Under Secretary of Slate C. Douglas Dillon was designated by Herter to rep. resent the department at the usual Monday meeting of the National Security Council at the White House. President Eisenhower prayed nub- crest Sunday, forcing bulge levee Sunday evening from the Ralph Hopkins home. 2216 N. Stunner, po- wo ,. st highway accident of the. lice reportild today. year in Texas when two automo- The purse, decorated with a hiles collided headon in the rain.i victims were umall in a weakened sandbag which stands between the river and West Terre Haute. About 250 National Guardsmen and volunteer workers shored up two weak spots in the bulge and prevented floodwaters from breaking through and inundating the c.ity. The river levftl began receding . a l2-foot ito slightly more than 20 feet at^to at least purl-time duty. But it • rhinsetone pin, also held Mrs. Hop-- hour of the Mount Carmel, 111., downstream j was not immediately clear who kins' drivers license, two social children, from West Terre Haute, flooding ! would represent this country at security cards and income tax hundreds of acres of bottomland, {any Big Four meeting if Dulles siatt-miTUs. A major highway between Mount was not nble to atu>nd. Mrs. Thomas said she thought automobile. Carmel and Princeton. Ind.. wa.s' Before Dulles was .stricken, he the front door of their home was The 10th victim. expected to be closed by 'flood- made a flying trip to Europe to lock.-d but the latch must have nei. 42, of Merecedes. Tex., waters as the river climbs to be- work out strategy that would be jammed. The breakin tween 23 and 24.1 feet Tuesdav. i /See CONKKKEXCK, I'age 3) , between fi:30 and 9 p.m. BUT, I DON'T WANNA California Highway Patrol officers keep a firm clamp on John L. Hoy. arrested for hit-run manslaughter in Los Angeles. Calif. The reluctant captive had his shoes removed after he tried to kick a newsman. Nine of the victims, all of I^atin ' American descent, were in one John T. Clov for his ailing cabinet member at at tnp ralp of ahollt an in(-n »" Sunday morning church services. < no " r Sunday night from the rec- •--•-•--• - W hich pounded morning ....__. He bowed his head as his pastor, or( » 21.9-fool crest the Rev. U R. Edward Elson, tllfi five - blot:k long makeshift asked God to heal the cabinet levee near 'y a " rta V Sunday, member. ! More than 100 workers main- Medical bulletins from th« hos- tained a patrol along the sandbag pltal have reported that Dulles dike for signs of weakness and has been resting comfortably and j continued to pile straw on the his condition has been satisfac- jpile of sand and burlap in an ef- tory since his operation Friday for'fort to prevent seepage. & hernia. ! The flood emergency moved Tests on tissue and fluid re-j southward with the crest of the moved during the hernia opera-. muddy, winding Wabash. lion revealed that Dulles had a I fiov Haro , d Handley ordered a recurrence of the c»ncer for delac . nment of Nat j O nal Guard unrtel ' wenl an operation troop8 to Qaktown in Knox County Sunday to help bolster a weaken in 195«. Dulles' physicians have decided against further surgery and will rely on radiation thereapy aa ihe initial treatment. Other methods, including: possible injection of ra- taken fol . National 4 Pampa Bands To Play Tonight at the request of tlws lowing an inspection by ' i Guard engineers. A 35.5-foot crest is expected to j reach Hudaonville by noon and move on to Vincennes. Ind., Tuesday, During: its week-long rampage across northern- Indiana, the Wabash has claimed at least thsee j lives, forced about 2,000 families Four school bands will play for from their homes and caused an the Pampa public tonight when estimated i6 million dollars dam- the Annual Winter Band Concert age, goes on the Robert E. l^ee stage. • ~# The concert will begin at 8 p m. No admission will be charged. A combined elementary school band will appear under the direction of Charles Meech. The bal ance o[ the program will be carried by the Robert E. Lee Junior High School Baud, directs by JOB Pi I'ojfimo; Uie Fsiiipu Juiilur directed by fceu Uoi the Hai'veuier Band, Under W. t;. Trego«'» direction. Among the oirerings will be "Nocturne Jn Eb" by Chopin Weber. "Beaded Bells" by Frank "Air and Match" by COCKRELL TOPS AFTERNOON SHOW .iNTQNiO (Spl) of Paoipa turned in iiupr*-»»iv» Hme vf 16-1 hi tup 4iiOM«y LM Uie- Stui here !»n«ila>- Cucl. fell'* fiU«r llBJf Wu^ Uct- lerexi. btfwrver. by luw tt-wiJi* ul » *econ4 la the o I g h I |>erfyrtti«a< »• ** lion Mc- occurred riding by himself. His body was slammed lo the pavement in the - - —• renter of the highway. The accident wai on t'.S. High- wity ?S1. eight miles southeast of Alamo, and mil far from the site where 29 Mexican immigrant workers were killed in the worst traffic m cident on 14. lfl*n. Officer* said ClosJier. the father Man Charged For Exposure Conner said most of the A 22 year-old raivhhand. the ob- visits bin he "didn't want t« ct of n five-month search bv hack." March Pampa police following a series of indecent ex[X">Miies t" small Pampa girls, was charged this mom- confronted hy White were between inp with indecent exposure hy Pis- the ages of 7 and 11. White waf identified by neveial of the girlx The mun. James Poiter While, following his arrest bullfight at Matamoros. Mexico. {r)rme( iy of Pampa and now a when lold ahoiii his death. ranchnand on a rural Pampa The other car was en route to ranrh is marr jed and the father Reynosa where its occupants plan- of , wf) youngsters. The exposures were first reported to police five months ago. and occasional reports had reached headquarters in recent \vee'.\s Last week police received a tip thai led to White's arrest. While, ; 4 and under questioning Sunday, told po- A P nl tn ' and lice he had been seeing a psychia- Untied over most of Texas todsj of eight children, was itturning from a tup to Reynosa His fam- irict Attorney Bill Wateis. ily was getting ready to go to a of ned to attend the chnMening r>ne of the children. The driver was identified as Antero Yvanez Tovar, 37, of LaFeria, Te\ Other victims were his wife, Delfma, Benito Camacho. 32, his wife, Adelia, 23. their three rhil dren, Minerva. 3, Ninfa, Volanda. ft, all of LaFeria Texas Has Early Spring tolled Pre*k International Februat^ 1 weather con- Juana Hemandez, 19, and Sue Juanita Hernandez, 6 of Rio Rico, Mexico. Linda trst but dropped the visits both his marriage. He said the psychiatrist urged him to continue the the in the s. What i1ot-« ihe future hold .wer a thousand *ujiieni* at Pam- ( >a High School? Wlill it be college Skies were clear over mcwt of the stats except in the extreme western section* wner* lh«y were partly cloudy to cloudy. Fog WMS reported at Brownsville but no rain was reported owt the resl of the stale Saturday rains on th* Sstbui* for opmeni in their highly specialized River watershed were expected to put ihe river Uuee to tour leet Fifty-eight consultants. 27 pei above tlood stage by Tuesday at Mineola Pampa High Students Set For Career Clinic Here WHERE BIG PROJECTS ARE BORN! Is youngsler.*" Soiue U lite onsweisi IU4>' •jiUia III WtfOiie«dl».V'» I'aiccl t hole. i*tn)ii»jicd by fit Al 'tub. l j ^inpa J<»y<•«•*< »»i of Comm*i< « Walter Purcell and selections from "Robjtiia" by Jerom* Kens. Oeoige Olds, « Harvester Band member, »iU pl*y * <Jrunj tolo, , rop«r oati 14-t r»j»ke4 U> Buddy Rav\ls, junior student at Pampa High School and the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rawls, 613 N. Wells, looks over the blueprints of an intricate drawing with djraf iw&n E. C, Juenger of the Cela- uese Corporation of America. Ravvls and many other Pampa High students are anxiously a\\siting hearing more on the subject during Wednesday's first big Career Clinic here. training in the critically short sci- cent of those from oui of town, will enufic field or one of the proles- head up 51 roundtable discussions Lowest m the slate last »ions n Or will it be off to training with at least 30 students sitting tn wa» Wink with 33. Galveslon in a semi-skilled Job because the on «?a.ch commence. the high v>ith S4. family can not afford the using The Clinic will start with an hour osu'of » college education tor orientation period for the unl* tcl'ljl J h:. llif »tuilclil» '.Mil BttUi* 1 ! ill <'»«rinrt al AiU»e«jbl> tu Uear Mulvio T. Miuin. Public Helatioixij Dutclor of Crrj-^s-Blu* Shield of Texas Two roundtable discu«sioo p*- consul»l s a in, in the School C'afe- IJJiOcJ UlC fcUpCl Vl.-IUll Ul 1. M»A§f British . Qvtf '* ' **» Men all walk* women expert* of the business fi-om world U ben and Im.s id *hin,IUtfK t« A.irpprt ear plug* to men nods will then be held, and the o*»i life will ciiacii** opportunities, pei- Olinio vvilj b« toficluded vvilh an """" aonalliy requirement* «,nd iraitiinjr evaluation period of In* piogratB II t| -««i»*t needed, compensation »nd for »dv»Bcemen; pro*- by th« student*, -, faculty. con»uU*«t*. $to»*f, wk "!**» * l*»1»

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