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to hm? fre*tto'm I* «ni,? to MVB )< nltMihilely necc"*nry to ennble In hi» whftt v,r' might fn ho, atiti lo poi- \vha< \ve might fo mitt v;l*l*JUl WEATHER fc».f» 0' tr.XAs partly . tfl&h M. Lo* Jfl. Serving The Top o' Texas 51 Years . 56—No 272 Circulation CerMiecf bv ABC Audit PAMPA, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 3959 (8 PAGES TODAY) MS 1M RIOT IN BEIRUT Streetcars Are Burned; eds. British Seek Pact aae I ONE OF FOUR His face twisted in grief, a Boston, Mass., firefiphlpr carries the body of a youn^ boy from a fireswepl Ro.x- bury tenement house. The child was one of the four children of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Walking who died in the blaze on Saturday. Family Rescued From Cold Gulf I BKTRl'T. Lebanon iHPh Tn- i flamed pro-Nasser mobs r a m- j pnped thinuph Ihe, f-!reet.-< of! Beirut Sunday, ' burning Ftreetcai,~ ! and battling with rival groups in; a. riol.ous ellmn.x lo the city's I celebration of the first annivr-i pflry of the United Arab Republic, j Lebanese army troops and police! dispersed Ihe brawlers and scaled! off the Moslsm and Chilstinn! quarters to prevent the fiphting;, froih spreading. • It was the first Incident \n mark; the U.A.R. anniversary celebra-i (ions in Lebanon as well 'as the : first. major outburst in Beirut; since the end of the civil strife: la?( fall. i At least two persons were injured in the fighting. Both were members of the pro-Western Christian Falangist Party. Antl-Niissi-r Slogans The fishting: was touched off when Christian Falangist youths scrawled anti-Nasser slogans on street cars passing through the. j Moslem Basta quarters where the jpopulatl'in was celebrating lhe • merger of Syria and Egypt under President Gamal Abdel Nasser. Crowds of Nasser supporters fingered by the slogans ordered ithe passengers out of the street' cars, and then .smashed lhe windows, ripped out the seats a n d set them afire. Two double cars were burned and battered and a single car was badly damaged before police could move In. Angry pro-Nasser backers 'ben surged down the quarter's main street f o find the .slogan scrnwl- cis. The rival groups cla.-ned along the city's main square in ia quick flurry of fi.stfights. I Troops Help Police up to Th,e Lebanese army ruslied in seven truckloads of troops to as- Cultural Affairs Treaty Is Sought By Macmillian By IIFA'KV SHAI'IKO I' nited Press Intrrniillmml MOSCOW i UPD— Russia and Britain agreed today to begin work on a new cultural affairs treaty linking Ihe two nations. British Prime Minister Harold Macmil- Jan and Soviet Premier Nikila S. Khrushchev decided at. their first formal conference to put the job of writing a cultural com- * * * * * * j : Iranian Officials Ignore Red Threats I'lilted Pres* International agreement in (he hands of a sn^-' mittee, authoritative sources said. Creation of the cominil.ier \.. s ihe first concrete result of Macmillan's summit. visit fo Moscow. The two leaders conferred for 1wo hours and 25 minutes. The London Daily Mail said MacmilJan told Khrushchev in informal talks over the weekend that Britain is ready to sign a non-aggression treaty with Russia if he finds it would help east East-West tension. j There was no official confirmation available either in : London or Moscow*. An offieinl Soviet news agency Tass report on the opening ses- ; sion of the formal Anplo-Soviet .talks said "A review was con- I tinned of questions of mutual in- i tereat." j Macmillan showed tip for his ; meeting with Khrushchev wearing ;the foot-hi£h white fur hfil he wore on his arrival in Moscow ;nnd which delighted Muscovites. jHe also wore a borrowed fur coat. i Informal Tnlk«t Sunday talkit weie ne 'd tn tne f ' al> I An Informed source said Pegov has told the Spanish ambassador; inet '' oom °f the P rent Kremlin here the Russians would send 'palace- Portraits of Stalin and troops to Azerbaijan Province on Lenin lor)1 <«d down from the walls. ihe Iranian border "the moment Iran signs a military agreement with America." But both lhe report. Another top ambassadors denied CORPUS CHRISTI fl'PIi •• with his wife. Physicians feared today that the' j ]o fjrst h nnne ,i the baby Ihree children of Mr. and Mrs. )ljs wif(S an() tllnn tne ntlle ,. ,„., -,,,,, isist police in driving the rival told Leslie Schmidt are contracting ( . hj , (llen Just „ h(1 t \ni*hed Bct-'p,^ npa ,. t HI1( , pre vent -the out- that pneimvmia from the Ihree-and-u-, ting on the buoy himself, the boat hm . gt {mm ex ,,i 0( .)in K into wider , two. violence. said Leslie had. Soldiers with rifles slung over can fatten ft toy car for Christmas *nd their backs sealed off the entrHnc- I it went down with the boat. After es to the Basla and to the Chris- 'he learned it was gone, she said, tian sector of Ash Rafieh across he didn't ask for food or a CO-HI.; town fl <* a. precautionary measure. is n' is 22. half days they spent on a Mioyf'broke up. in the cold Gulf of Mexico with' Mrs. Pcmidt only half a can of milk and a of baby food to eat. The children are Leslie Jr., three; Linda Lee. iwo and Cheryl. 10 months old. Schmidt, 23, fisherman. His wife. Sara, Their 26-foot boat "fell apart." as Schmidt put it, in the rough seas Wednesday while they were trying to gel home from Port Mans- Tield, Tex. Schmidt managed to get his wife and children into I IIP battery box; »f a buoy seven miles off Corpus j WASHINGTON (L'PIi The Sen- try Christ!. The box is just big enough a[e flncl Hollse listened today to; ^ to hold 12 batteries about the sUe , >ol) ,p Washington's Farewell of automobile batteries that keep ^ddresa, a stirring pronounce- a light going on the buoy. jment which lhe first president Heard Plane* j himself never read to the public Mr*. Schmidt burned her hip or Congress. badly on liquid leaking from the| Sen. Gordon AMott (R-Colo.l batteries. A shiimp boat found'and Rep. Arch A Moore Jr. <R- them Saturday and brought them W.Va.i recited the address to their respective chambers in the TEHRAN. Iran iL'PJi-- Iranian officials refused today to be in- llmidated by Soviet threats of retaliation if Iran .signs a military agreement with the United States. Soviet Ambassador Nikolai Pe- gov said Sunday Iran would "definitely become our enemy" if it. Another top source said t. T . went ahead and signed such a Deputy i/nder Secretary of Stale pact with Washington. [, Oy v\'. Henderson promised dur- Iranian officials appeared unruf- ing the recent Baghdad Pact fled by the Soviel threats. meeting at Karachi that the Uiit- Premier M.-inutscher Eghbal ed States would defend Iran on Jnited Press International against any foreign attack. we are not afraid of any He quoted Henderson AH saying Unfits." that American forces would be He took a bundle of papers dispatched immediately to Iran, which he said were ih« U-xU of .even at lhe risk of a woild war, Radio Moscow tirades n gainst if a single Soviet soldier or Iran from a tray labeled "incom- troops of any other nation in.'ti- ing" and dropped them unopened gated :>y ihe Soviets — invaded Iran. Both sides apparently were fully aware of the other's thinking on international issues. A British spokesman said Mar- millan "gave R full explanation of Western thinking on the Soviet Union nnrl its policy" to Khrush- Congress Hears Famed Address Leader S!l1 " suit House. Republican Charles A. Halleck ilnd.i • did not see anything congressmen putting ^u,^,,. in to nearby Aransas Pass, where The conditions of Schmidt and his wife were fair to good. Schmidt said they could" hear planes flying over them a.s they huddled, cold and hungry, in 'he battery box, but they couldn't ree the planes for the fog and the "planes couldn't see them. A boat passed loo yards away respective chambers in marking the glon's birth in 1732. Washington, gave a written copy of the address, with its famous admonition against entangling foieign alliances to a Philadelphia friend for publication in lhe newspapers. The chief executive never delivered it orally. The speech their relatives on the public payroll. He said ho did not know of any lawmaker who had incompetent kin on his staff. Ten freshmen and at least SO carryover congressmen employ relatives. sun,. iD-Ma.s.s.i predicted Congress go v said. would pass Iwo labor bills his "The sr own union reform measme and M top Sov another to amend the Tafl-Hai t- in sign an ley law. Kisenhower wants them pared by combined in one package Sen Allen J. Kllentler i D-La t and Rep. James Koosevell I lJ-Cahf. i into one marked "outgoing." Kfds Sadly MisliiUen ''You see. 1 haven't 8>it lirne to read a single word of this abuse against, us." he said with a smile. "Let them shout 'and abuse us until they get tired." Kghbal said. "If they think they can mtimidai^ us and force us to relinquish our rights and interests by these means thev flie sadly mistaken." Later. in an emotional speech lo Parliament. Kghbal said that "we will defend our rights and interests with our last drop of blood.' 1 Pegos lashed out interview. at Iran In nn His statement chaigPF that followed Moscow Iran proposed a treaty with Russia then backed out because of U. S influence. ! "Iran's nilers have openly in- suited Pii'inier Nikiia Khrushchev and Ihe Soviet people, ' Pe- Safecrackers Confess To Pulling Jobs Warren "Elli*. 36. and Keith D u r e e. 2S. charged last Wednesday with burglary f o 1- lowing two safei rackings in Pnmpa. have confessed lo both safei rack ings and will likely go before the rjray count y grain) jury Kiidav. Shenff Rufe Jordan reported this nh's government et delegation to n f! i eemiT.l e:it. i Iran but when invited Tclisan •Iv pie- Depulv Koieign Minister Vladmir SHI nev aunvd heir tl.ev refused sign \\ Iheir very own pi opusa lo normally lakes an for two mornings, but they couldn't hour to read Rep John W. Klan- sea it for the fog. nagan iD-Va.i once raced through * il in 31 minutes. Boat Hr<'i»K* IP , T))e senate and Hou.se sched-: Schmidt said that just before the ulcr| no O t ner business. Speaker- boat broke apart, he got on the Sam Rayburn and Senate Repub-i buoy with a rope. He tied the boat )u . an i ve ' a tf C| . Everett M. nut -«n! Lo the buoy and changed placesmi.i were the main speakers at - jthe groundbreaking for liie ci.ii- troversial extension of the east; also backed the two-bill apprdach. L'->«. I'tmii'i-s I'mlcctiuii CAGE FETE IS SET FOR PHS PLAYERS J'anip* Harvesters appre- elation twiiquH will |)« held Ma it'll front of the Capitol. Other congressional news: Disarmament: The Senate disarmament subcommittee heard a group of government and private Far Eus'. experts give their views on regional arms control and free world seem ity. AiU: Some tup administration 18' it wa» decided Ih'o supporters in Congress said they at a meeting of the were sure President Eisenhower »|H>rt» committee o( the (hum- would veto any deep cut in his M.l'jfc.MO.OOO foreign aid spending pioposa.1. Lawmakers have pie- dii. led tin 1 aid outlay would be cnopped. by a.s much as a billion dollars Republican leaders expected Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson to hold back the aid debate unlil late in the session as a club over the administration on spending and other issues. bur «/ t'ouiincrre here. of that the for tiie banquet will be JJ o b Rogerfr, bend basketball coach at Te»a» A*M Kcservu tloj>» C&A be made for the baa quct by railing the Pampa C'hi'-uber of 4u prog mm ol !•. si P.ciisa Uae : Hep llc-iay inixxlitccii a l^'Ji t'J flea! j<rlil B C...ulikii Duret-. nndt-r quextidiiinj in recent dnss ha*^ also i-fuifessed lo bnrgliirmng the Dr. Pepper bottling pl.int Peb 7 Meanuhile Sheriff .lot dan ha« begun a seart h for A paii of black enginepK bouts and a fiiui-piiund h.inuiiei used h\' Klhs itud Duiee in safe, rack- ilia's at the P.impa l.iiinhei Co anil the Cm ;i Cola ptanl. I'Hiiee smd thev "dumped" the bouts and ha miner just outside Pampa. Thev pointed nut ihe spot but neither lh« boois nor hammer weie iound. nie boots ate flesciibed as having rigid iord s»nles. Thev weie specially-made for I-e- vines store and are about on* month old Jordan believes they ueie pmb.ibly found by soiiifsHie passing through Pampa. side of Moscow Sunday. "Khrushchev spoke extensively what the Soviet government think of the West and Western policy." he added. Thf opening of the lillla summit talks in the. Kremlin coincided with the 41st nnniversaiy of the .Soviet army and navy. The official Communi.M Parly newspaper Pravda used the occasion to warn lhe West against starting a war It also criticized the Rgieemenl reached on Cyprus last week by Britain, Turkey and Greece. (iue«| At Dacha. Maemillan. who arrived here Saturday, was the guest of Khrushchev Sunday al the lattei's dacha, or country villa. SO miles southeast of Moscow. The villa was built for the late Josef Stalin and is one of several maintained by lhe government. 1 The British and Soviet premiers spent more than three hours In 'infoimal talks at the dacha tn snow-covered Semonovskaya village. Details of the talks or UIP siib,]e< ts covered wei e nnl disclosed. Oklahoma Pair Are Jailed Here A Pawhuska, Okla. twosome. Roy McCianev *nd Pmricia Stephens. «.•!.' in Grav County jail Monday aflei being ariested bv sheriffs (lepulies on suspicion «>f passing b-1.1 rhei-ks in Pampa. tht- l>ast uvo months. Minx Stephens, chained \v I t n swindling in ennniy coun Salur- day. enteiecl a plea of gutltv Judge William Craig fined her J25 plus costs and sentenced her SIN monihs in jail. MISSION IN MOSCOW British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, left, waves to a crowd from the door of the plane that flew him to Moscow for talks with Nikita Khrushchev. Foriegn Secretary Selwyn Lloyd stands beside him. Demos Demanding Dulles Replacement By STF:\V.\RT HF.NSLKV Press International should wait. Despite, his illness. Dulles con- WASHINGTON (UPli -- The tinned to keep his hand in foreign While House said today that Dem- affairs. He conferred for 45 min- orrats demanding the replacement uu ' s Sunday with Vice President of ailing Secretary of Stale .lohn Richard M. Nixon on the Berlin foster Dulles are just trying "to problem. get their names in the newspa- The- secretary's pers. White House PM'SM Secretary James C Hageily dismissed the statements a.s so much publicity seeking He said In hnswer Ui questions that "U is vemnrkxble what people will sa.\- to gel their names in the newspapers " Hfvgprty said this was his own reaction lo the Symington and Humphiey slalements but that the Piesidenl wn>< awaie of them "He is also aware of the many other members of tin* horn both pailies who should nvail i>ur*elves of seivii es " Hazelly said Kisenhmv er. meanwmlr more than nn hnur with A.-'.IDE Se<ie!ar\ of State I'luisnan A Het'er Hajjerlv said Ihe iiiee'.i.'if; dealt with a broad rnnge of Stall- Depar tment matters After meelnjj with Heiter 11'- President di.>ve lit \\'a!ter Meet Ai my Hospital t" \isil I.^iillt"-- I' brother, Allen Dulles, director of the Central ligeiica Agency, also called at tiie Walter Reed At my Medical Center to give him a briefing on the world situation. Physicians treating Dulles were encouraged by the fact that he has shown no adverse reaction to ra- which begun Friday, will be re- diation therapy. The treatment, today afler a one-day lapse. Senate sav we Dulles' spent WHS iSic President s \lr.id visi wnh Dulles »\ ihe Imspita! sun the senctary on Keh. l.'i ui'-der to \\ent a heima opei^ln'ti \\hi-l 'di.silo.sed the leiurieni.e of cnn McCianey has noi been anaig- cer. ned and Monday morning was still Sens. Smart Symington iD-Mo ' in county jail. and Hubert H Humphrey Miss Stephens was charg-ed, with iD-Mmn.i cal passing- » worthless $30 check at to name a successor lo Dulle* a lh» IijA maikel .Ian 24 Sheriff once. But Sens .lohn F. Kennedy trial Commission in Rufe .Ionian said she is suspected iD-Mass. >. John J Pparlunan velopinent through of passing at least 11 worthless ip-Ala.i and Richa.'-rl L Nouber- of information '« hecks totaling $16S. gcr (D-Ore.>. said Kisenhowei Williams Attends Advisory Meeting Qneniin Williams, a Pampa iva;ii.ir. I.,- in Austin today Hllend- in.2 :\ meeliiijj of Ihe Texas Indus! 11,11 Coniriu.-isiiin advisory r.-iaid The l;uaid is ID have a .-•pei iai nieeunj; lmiij>hl with tim St.lie A'lfnis cominiltoe of tlm le^,-»!iitine to (lis<'\l»s pioposftd legislation intended to help crrry oui piovisionc of Amendment No. T whi. ii wa.s approved in the gener- H; ele. mm last Nnvemhcr. OIIP of ti.e ir.Hjor proixisalg Is to establish a 1>\as Development Board, which will work through for the. President the Texas Highway Department in tourist promotion and the In'lus- industrial da- dissemination of information cornering the natural resource* of the state. BY COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSN. TICKET PUSH IS SET J»,V U J| couie* IroMj » *» fc»V8 U. Le*ls I U VSi tccl oa prii'i? ami wa^e hike.}: Harvester*. w nicli seenu-d to tlneaien the tu • lion's economic securily. He said hardware the measui* would make pi i< e. siabijity and sualamed economic j ol the coun- VliNNA CHOIR BOYS faniett Vienna Choir Buys will .sing in Pampa March B under the auspitvs ol the Pampa Community Concert Association. Tiie 22 voice choir is one of three companies touring the world this year. The hoys were trained at the Seminary School in Vienna, Austria. Piirchasers <>t iy.VJ-1960 community c o n cert memberships \\iil be adnuiied to tne last con- curl of ihe current, season, ar- i-ording to Dr. Call 1-ang. CX* President. The Vienna Choir Boys will be here Marih ti. The Community Conceit Campaign, already in pin^ress. will iuve ill Lug i^u.ili Mil ill '.! i. AI Uls ll.s fc.jiitlitte.-:lcui ful.li>. 1 erella. The numbei ami qualitv of aMractions will be contingent upon the number of memberships sold. Dr. Uan^ announced, Aduit memberships »«'!! for $7 and student memtx-isiupe for $4 Ten captains and a himdied \\i-iikers sue »flUng the inriutn-i '1'lieie VMM \te vWto lu .Mai ill i) lhe I 'liuii up . .11 8l»u !•« buvit i "ii in Pampa Junior High S> hiXii at 6 !• in VVorld-famoua suitt- Us founding: m 1198. *>r\ yea is aftei Col- urngus discoveied America, th« Cnoir has be> ome known lo a wider audience than ever during the past thiee seasons wiUi their ttppeaiuncea Hi "< 'inei am;!,'' i*n Uic l-'uii.t ti'tlliiJaliyn'a I 'uul Ir.'e. vvill be heir fioni New York I'Uv N.V The firsl event of the new season, siarxmg in tb« fall, will b» to Lh« MOOR, H) op- v •- 1 ; Tn* Choir th« I ShOV.- 'r Vi-jr's K'. i]pi::»« Hp Oil 15th group of Vienna. Boys to be pi esenied in S. and C*nad« by Iw- appe** i preM.no ft. Hurok Li seals Hie Boy» ui,-i..lc •aianc* in the forma nee of "Kledei rnaus " Prefoi nung onlv for the Am- ImpenaJ Court u&tu &f end of the Kmpire in 1918, th» historic Seminary School, which truina the youngsters, found it ne<-e»s,-iiy to fall back on it»elf for support »t tlu end of World War I. and public concert* Wfic inaugurated in 1926 Under jjiu- tut » aegw. their ^tuu^« liave bet 11 r s on and on »UK'» 'I'lic i 'liOii v. aj i4lslj(J4i f l*<4 4UJ'- ing VVoitii War H. v.hen UIQ lt/1 uf the ^lOUp, J'OJVJUMS<i to tne ^^hoir to ue U4w?<| ion With tbt e»4 CSioli w»* leiuroed tp hostilities^ thg ed and

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