The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 232, Ed. 1 Monday, October 7, 1957 Page: 1 of 10
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U.S. Navy Scientist Get'Fix'
On Russian Satellite, Plot Path
WASHINGTON <fi — U.S. naval' precise to 1,10,000th of a second
scientist said today they have a The latest information here is
good "fix” on the Russian space' that the satellite is following what
satellite, and can plot its pathi the spokesman called a ‘‘fairly
ahead anywhere from 24 hours to, circular orbit." The exact height
o week. has not been determined, he said,
A spokesman at the Naval Re- but it is 1 minimum of 400 miles
search Laboratory also said Navy, high.
scientists now know when theyi Meanwhile, visual sightings of
get the beeping signal from the the Russian baby moon—rocketing
satellite that their readings are along at about 18,000 miles an
hour—were announced in Russia
j and the United States. One Amer-
ican specialist said the Spfle|
space vehicle, launched Friday,
passes over the United States
j about six times every 24 hours,
on a north-south course.
I Radio Moscow, in a broadcast
for home listeners, said last night
PARIS W - One of France’s the 23-inch space vehicle has al-
top aviation experts asserted to- ready yielded information which
day the Soviet baby moon certain-,,l said . °‘ .K»'eat scientific
ly has military significance. He va'ue ” Th« broadcast did not say
■aid the United States is already w*J,at information involved
bu Iding a reconnaissance satel-
lite‘'called "Big Brother."
Gen. Pierre Gallois told a
porter for Pgris-Presse the new
American "sky-spy-eye" had been
under deve'opment by the Lock
Some U.S. scientists said the
satellite apparently was sending
back a coded signal, and they
rc' voiced the hope the Russians
would let them in on the code,
At the same time, he declared signals coming from the baby
that if free Western nations did nxjon.
not pool their scientific brains and
materiel to overtake the Russian
lead they must face the possibil-
they can share in any informa-
i obtained. One Russian expert
The satellite project is part of
(See SATELLITE, Page I)
ify thit “Russia can win the
peace syithout ever having to
Gen. Galioii recently resigned
from the French air force after
serving as one of the top French
commanders at SHAPE (Su-
preme Headquarters Allied Pow-
ers in Europe). This is the mili- MOSCOW iJt—As Russia's earth
tary arm of the North Atlantic satellite whirled toward its 40th
Treaty organization. He is now. circuit of the globe today. Pravda
working for a French aircraft predicted the Soviet scientific suc-
firm developing a new type fight* cess will force the United States
er plane for NATO. to revamp some of Its foreign pol-
“The Lockheed firm," he said, icies
"has been working for a year on Already, the Soviet Communist
the development of a reconnais*. party newspaper said, some U.S.,
aance satellite, 'Big Brother,’ >senators 'are showing signs of
equipped to take and retransmit hysteria."
pictures of the countries it flies In a dispatch from New York,
Over. Pravda said the success of the
“Thi* planetary radar will fur- satellite puts before U.S. leaders]
niah information on airdromes, in- "the inexorable necessity of'
atallations and secret factories. U peaceful coexistence, cessation of
will especially allow us to locate the arms race, and renunciation
more exactly installations whose of their .cold war policy.”
general location we already It said U.S. newspapers are
know." showing reluctant but substantial
Information about "Big Broth-recognition that "in numerous
er” has never been pnnted in spheres of scientific research the
Warsaw Rioting Subsides
The Orange Leader
V~6lTUV—NUMBER 2?2 Member Associated Pres~ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1957 10 Pages Editio"
WARSAW up — Polish student*
pressed their demands for more
S freedom today but seemed to be
j backing away from the street
'fighting which has shaken War-
saw for four straight nights.
Carbine-carrying police went in-
to action again last night against
I Crowds at a busy crossroad by
WASHINGTON W* — A !9-min-the Soviet-built Palace of Cultuy>.
ute session today atarted the Su The demonstrators hurled
preme Court oi a new term that stones at passing poliee car* but
is expected to bring far-rtaching were scattered by tear gaa and
deeistims affecting race relations, cljibs.
Communist activities and a wide, The brief outburst followed three
variety of other national prob- nights of similar trouble during
lems. .which 150 persons were arrested.
Led by Chief Justice Warren, according, to a government an-
the nine black * robed jurists, nouncement. (
marched to the high bench at Most of the students stayed out
neon, in a packed courtroom. of the riots of the past two nights.
Several hundred wbuld-be spec-, Police were most restrained
tators waltetf outside the court- |ut night but witnesses said they
room, unable to get in for the Saw at least 20 civdians beaten,
brief opening ceremonies *The City was quiet again by 9 p.m,
WArren, beginning his fif h year | Notes of moderation were
on the high \ bench, presided over sounded by a student committee
the admission of 49 attorneys to and by Stefan Cardinal Wyszyn-
pr act ice. The justices then left the *kt, the Roman Catholic primate
“cnco. \ * released from Communist deten-
For the remainder of the week, tion a year ago when the Soviet
n Poland w
... . , i . comm
tiled during dents to stay away from trouble
the justices will ^consider what ac- grip on Poland
too they willco^^orne of committee appealed to stu-
An unusually spots and not to be' identified with
THIS IS THE WAY IT LOOKS ON FM 105 IN VIDOR AT CLOSE OF SCHOOL
Exit of Large Number of\ Buses Hampered by Narrow Inlet
—t«»drr Photo br Phllto Lilly
Vidor Area Has Big Stake in Road Plans
dri some oft
the many petit
the summer reedas.
heavy docket of about 800 cases rioters’!
confronts them. \ ’ / Student demands will be
i R('turnln8 ‘® <•)« I’Pf'ch after preMKj py *u legal methods, the
summer vacation, the nine jus- Committee said. Appeals already
flees are confronted with an un-have t^n made to Communist
usually heavy docket of about 800 icasdera. led by Wladyslaw Gomul-
cases. - ka %
nV Xr ,‘°l Th* student* are seeking (1) re-
tw «s?'4 sn ."SEfSiiS
program to be *>uttrmU«4 Na*.
blcrufitrcl In this »r«
values la *ccru« !• Precinct !)•
By PHILIP LILLY
parent who has a child In
a-Krr v; r. swam &i isisra .twsvi s & jyrwtrras srwaa toafe
......ss w"' tst -r abuses is m: & SS
ssrjnzsi&isa as ss * "*- *........ rs.mvsn.a
er nas never oeen pnmea in spnenr* w w-icnunt rcscartu me Every parent wno has a entta in By taking a careful look at the school zone and a much improved ed by the heavy traffic from pas-f Pending school integration and protest of the paper's banning;
France before. The general dis- Soviet Utribn is often equal and either; Vidor grgae or high school proposed 1957 road and bridM ^oadwav could come to Vidor senger vehicles. / ; subversive activi ies cases could and (3) correction of one-sided
closed it to a reporter for Paris- sometimes superior to the United knows the bottleneck created by improvement program that caw be It is planned to pour 1176,000 into orange street has 18 feet of/tiil- add to the controversy still rang- press report*.
* * treated surface" with a shell base mg from last term. _________
Award on 40 ,eet of r'Bht-of-w»y It is ''Whether the Little Rock school _
*-n rr mi km proposed that the roadway be in- situation vUill reach the Supreme D AI|AII Daaamsa*
! creased to 54 feet with 40 of that Court is problematical, but the | IPVPll nPllllllPx
surfaced. Bituminous surfacing court is expected to act this month:1 «VfVII k/VWVIIIW
would be applied all over. on an appeal involving Virginia's!
| Sargent street'*'16-foot oil and pupil placement acf.
shell surface lie*'on a 28-foot road- Virginia and school officials of
way. The size, would be increased Norfolk and Newport News joined
to 38 feet, With 24-foot surfacing in the appeal, asking the court to! parts im— Ren* Pt*v#.n
on the present base. It also would review lower federal court deci- tod,^ £ t^Ke S
be hitumiftoua.^.......... sjuna that the '* ----------
Preaae, one of whose owners is States
Marcel Dassault, largest aircraft Pravda’s Monday morning edi-
manufacturer in France. ition carried column after column
"For example,” laid the gen* of reports and comments from
eral, "everybody knows the abroad on the flight of the first
Dnepr Dam (a vast Soviet hydro- earth satellite. There were dis-
electric installation in the Uk- patches from China, Poland. Bul-
raine). But Soviet maps and some Raria. West Germany, Czechoslo-
«h,r, vtry T. pirn NEWTOH <Spl)_- The New™ her.jed.y- !-««■»
the topography exactly
have been necessary to go there
with a sextant and take its co-
ordinates. To direct an intercon
tinental bomb with precision, the nvinutes
Newton Water District Rejects
Request for Dissolution Vote
The Soviet newspaper reported County Water Supply District of the reasons.
_________ ______ The remainder
l with pride tharthe^TaVe'llitTsped board of directors declined Satur-jwere outlined in a two-page brief!
i- from New York to Moscow in 16 day night to rail a dissolution elec-rsoon to be submit,ed lor newspa
a minutea p*rlv today (Moscow tion in the district. per publication. ^ i
he satellite was, The board refused petitions re- a second factor in the board’s
the reconnaissance satellite will tunciioning periectly. A heavy questing the election on the basis decision was that another petition,
be of considerable utility." overcast over the Soviet capital ihs\. such an election would be aSking that an election not be
He maintained the Soviet pur-blotted out any chances for the "unconstitutional, unfair, unjust, j called and which bore about l.lflP
pose in launching the satellite was Russians to see the satellite as it undemocratic and daw iegi*- names, was handed trustees Sat- ..
not to obtain acientific informa-’passed •tion." urdjay nizht/fluring a meeting ia
tion but to "adoiiaifCar a shock- Moscow was jubilant ever the; Said Bill Talley, district mana* the district offices. , ^
to public opinion.”/' , /Scientific success. But it came as i u i _ nri„inik, wuirh ..i,
--/- no surprise to the Soviet masses. Ca/ahc J rift I The original petition, which ask
The Russian people believe So-0010/1 S I l/Ol ed the elecUon, bore about 370
viet science leads the world. They . . . . si/ name* and another_ petition *^m1'
do not see Western newspapers /_ / /mWaii \A/fix/ lar 10 il „wa* handed the board
and magazines, and know little or f S l/llUCl Tv Oj Saturday. It bore about 200 names,
nothing shout scientific develop- AUSTIN (Jf»—Judge Mace Thur-K Talley said today that names of
■ " 1 f /
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., if!
ament resolution calling for inter- and radio accounts of the first
. to vote have
■ : , , - att '* Uiiconstitu- pqstwar, government. Few
A minimum of 85 feet is sought tional. her, 0f the National Assembly
for Orange while 80 feet is proposed The Virginia act conferred on a thought he would succeed,
for .Sargent; " . state board -he authority for as- President Rene Coty sent the
On three projects to be com- *>.8nment of pupils. The appeal presidential plane to Britanny for
pletely county financed, it Is pro *»id the board could act on stated Pleven, who was vacationing at
posed to expend a total of $529,000 bases, but none of them Involved his home there.
All three of these are in, Vidor, many .way race nr color. Pleven sva* Coty's second choice/
two being the ones mentioned "The time has come,” the ap- <o succeed Premier Maurice Bour-
above. peal said, "for the Supreme Court gcs-Maunoury. /
The third Vidor project would 10 fecognizc and expound the Guy Mollet. Socialist party /ead-
| be Tram road from FM 105 at Pf^'aliCes of life in these areas Pr'm‘e?r
one point to the same route on the <»ffe««d by Integration) and to * ."fir* ‘ft
other side where it swings back a framework within
:Th:s is expected to cost $236,000, which public education can con* £oty “e could not forirt a govern-
Employes of the following firms
with $161,000 going toward con-
struction and $73,000 toward right-
Socialists infuse to take
-, , . , .*, AUSTIN (ft—Judge Mace Thur-j ------
~ - — ■ - .i: SSS Bond Purchase saW
faced trial on a charge he agreed Uonsjvere (Fund and tbl concerns they work fairly clase is another protect to - ' W
part in any government which is
(See RUSSIANS, Page I)
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. <JB
to accept a $5,000 bribe as 4 legis-
Cox was in the courtroom. He
ents of the district, or their rep-
If opponents wish
national control of outer-space
misailes today while a Soviet sat-
ellite circled the earth.
American sources said they
thought the Soviet Union's launch-
ing of the world's first man-made
tnoon would deeply affect “the
whole feeling about the urgency
would submit the resolution to- engine airplane in the Atlantic af- 3« wa, indicted bv an Aus- k» ri.ri«»d "
morrow or shortly after for de- ter it began losing fuel was picked ,irl o;,nV i„ry as the climax to Meantime,' the district continued
barges on Capitol purchase 0f land for its proposed
— - , • „ . L „ , n« . j * , . strict ecoiuRnic controls. Mollet
I., Ihejr fair ,h,™. h^aj. RlOMWaiVed ...
said that so far as he knew, all their opposition, they may obtain
defense witnesses were on hand. a writ of mandamus to force the
Dist. Atty. Les Procter said the district to cease operations, pend-
state was ready. ing court trial.
The trial was originally set for Talley said today that, "The dis-
Juiy 15, but was postponed by ^r>ct wzlcomes a suit because a
continue Who wil1 ** nexl?
row or shortly after for de- ter it began losing fuel was picked ’ n<j /7urv
bate to begin probably Wednes- up today by a Norwegian vessel, rVi
day in the U.N Assembly's Po- the S. S. Orania. sensational cn,
A.AJfpS HK«drH*pr,S™ 1? *
^1^—424^3 £ B3 LT ,SST:;c„, pScr„ Discount Offered
gotiatioM In the U.N. Disarms- whether he was injured. He wai" #<^ t , bribe of $50oa t0 kij} r\ rou„fy Tflvpc
ment subcommittee on the basis picked up 15 miles east of here. r„v'« Kill that wnuld have out- VeOUlIlf I UAW
’ “ proposals: He apparently was down only pa uro“tha Pav Vour
L “ SSS!?" *S? ,!S!? COT asserted he was seeking her and
only to expose illicit lobbying dscount
practices. He brought a charge of
— offering ■ bribe against Harmon, ----- -----
. ... . . ... | . . no (ntormation on ^ ,h baj no gran<j jury count declines one per cent each-
tary atomic stockpiles to civilian whether he was in a hfa raft —«i, rw.mW *n<4 ini
use; (4) an end to nuclear testa; when rescued. There were
of six Western proposals:
ty faxes in Octo-,
a three per cent
ottntn . . aa
Cessation of production of fission- heard at 4:54
able materials for use in wea
(S) cuts in arms and armed passengers aboard
forces, and (6) ground and air in- which was en
WASHINGTON <*- A Senate
Foreign Relations subcommittee
looked today into a program un-
der which tne government guaran-
tees dollar payment for certain
books, magazines, periodicals and
motion pictures solid abroad-
Operated by the U.S.
wiiivm evaao vis TOiltC
of from the Bahama*
Miami Editor of Galveston Poper
Dies After Short Illness
tion Agency (USIA), It
Criticism from Sen. I
Ga) and others on the
I menth' through December and in
i January taxpayers must pay the
| fuM assessments>
/In November, county property
Harding & Lawler
Orange National Bank
Gulf States Utilities Co.
Texas Creosoting C</
Sabine Chemical & Supply Co.
Orange Memorial Hospi ul
Green’s Dept. Store
Orange Supply Co.
Andy Boyd Painting Contractor
Meade's Men’s Wear
Bill Butler Insurance Agency
Nelson's Automotive Service
First Natiooal Bank
Zaek’s Whopaburger No 2
Finley Tire Co.
(See ROAD PLANS, Prge 8)
Dies of Burns
STARKS, I.a. (Spl) — David business manager, F. L.
Clark, 4, of Starks died todajKat explained today.
2/5 a m. in an Orange hospitati/ The Orangefiold
no hope- pf his rallying enough
ORANGEFIELD (Spl) - The SUPP<>|:* for this kind of a pro-
Texas S'.a’e Board of Education , ■
has waived its right to purchase S“ch measures Ire opposed by
$2.33.000 in bonds from the Orange- ty* center group of independents,
field Consolidated School District. c*ho h?|P('d d«f**‘ Premier Mau-
The Board then gave the schoqf r'ce Bourgea-Maunoury last Mon-
district permission to otier ihe w^en joined opponents of
bonds on open market, the school government s Algeria home
McClain, t|g0 w#| bclievvd un-
plans like|y to muster the necessary
after suffering severe burns yes- meetings shortly with represents- m*J°nty in the National Assembly
terday when gasoline ignited and lives of Investment houses which a,though he is a skillful conciliator
caught his clothing on fire. are ittterested in purchasing the tw!fe, “rved al premier, in
> rVhc„"" P*«--A.! «>"■ « «dv,nu,e
occured yesterday about
when his older brother
po ired gasoline on a trash
The child was scverly
age of having
and McLewja schools, cies. But in order to be chown
’ must first be offered Pre,mier be would have to put to-
rinTStiii * i °rd 'be/tate board before being put Relhef. a c«al'“«" bro«l enough
-h was nariv »thi on market-if *he *,ate *8*™/ ‘® wihstand the strong opposition
™ doqinot wish to purchase. x of Communists on the extreme
gasoline fumes he inhaled. / .... „_.......... Jtft and Pouiadists on the ex-
A Coast Guard cutter wa, en! GALVESTON * - Thomas one ^r LOSt Nuclear TeSt
route to meet the Norwegian ship Pledge, telegraph editor
to pick up the pilot and bring him Galveston Tribune for three years, cc"l
died today after a short illi
The majority -of the tax
STEEL PLATE PRICE CUT
COATESV1LLE, Pa. UB-Lukena than
years he was a
>1 Co. made an $8-a-ton slash
y in the base price of its ckr- ientative for
steel plate from $110 to $102[Presa, United Press an
_, Tex., ments were placed in the mail last
k more week and some 2,000 out of the
repre-1 day. Force said.
and Interna- only a few property owners, so
the East, far, he added.__I
state- Of Series Is Made
■eteTlni mornin* brttSST''M°n Lyi'*9 on R°',r0od Trock*
ment* were teKedeVVhe'llJ? Ki,,ed bX Troin Corsicono
son Funeral Home of DeRiddc-r/La CORSICANA tB — I. C, Griffin,
_ / 27, of Kerens, was killed early to-
day by a Burlington train near
The engineer, 1^. L. Bray, said
_it. If any large
groups opposed him his
*auld bo hopeless.
on the ex-
the Senate Ap-
“InformatiopaL media guar-
anty program," m it is technically _____________ ----
known, wa* sUrted to encourage tral High School today with nine School betrayed the
the sale of American publications Neoro students making a quiFt that all was wejl. But
and motion pictures to foreign' entrance to continue their itite- A South Carolina c™
‘ ’ / nine submachineguqs . . . ....... .
Matthews so- federal troops which niight be as well write off the South
at the Knt there as they were here, . the next 50 years” because of
1 A burning cross, symbol of storms whipped up by the Little
FIVE DIE IN PLANE CRASH
* i Ag-jj. - ® ua
Collections have been made from £f_i , .‘t®7 c e ' crashed while landing at (he air-propped up on a rail. Bray said
A, V'cloud went on up to Four,4ther person, .lsc|l.e blew h.s whistle and braked
40,00# feet it was surrounded by
a glow of ionization or icing. It
drifted in an easterly direction
after breaking away from the s*em.
Incidents Elsewhere Keep Race Strife Alive
Calm Overlays Little Rock But Troops Stay On
the train but^was unable to stop.
b ._r .jj ,u. m/%r% rannmii (JS—"It looks like of the Communists. Italy, which ignited the gasoline fumes and
LITH-E ROCK, Ark. - ««*. j- ^ *gBL j fc uj n»M. '
elsewhere; And an Arkansas
San Marinese Settling Down
h, SAN MARINO Jp-
it’s Roiog to be a
Child Burns To Death
At Casolin* Ignites
got hold of a.
ATOMIC TEST SITB-. Nev. in— « n<rrnnn,i >%.. ,..i_ T.... __:_L .u___ HOUSTON, Tex. (4
Wayne Rudcl, 2,
can of gasoline in the
"He was bad about screwing
the caps off things,” said his fath-
er, Joney Rudel. "He must have
just sat in the middle of the floor,
unscrewed the cap off the gas
The A EC Mid no more than T I £ ..J. DIMJlr*cc Wnr !h‘m *** ^
traces of offsite radioactive fall lOf ImOflQ DUl UlOOuIGSS YY Or The pilot light of a water heater
out were expected.
countries. The ides wsa to helP|grated education
, , v -7.rnlin. Bm F a (Patl Teaeue “ ®i#hop. Calif., abouf 100 t0 two armed camps. The anti-Communist govern- Italy’s railroad equipment InAis-
continue thetr Jhte- A “‘rha* miles west of the ja» site, so far not a shot has been fired ment control* only one remote try has ever negotiated will be
ne submachineguna to repel any saia. tne Kepumicans naa jusi --->—---.-~r_ ________ .k. ,(u.i rkiu Tk.
Principal J. W
pea red on the sunlit stpfta
prom o t * understanding
friendship for this country.
Corigresi in 1958 authorized! the. ^'"entrance
agency to borrow up to 28 million j #bout M
dollars to carry out the program.
Of this, about 5% millions remains
u—jy/i* SsS.’WR'S JS
more <*rmed escorting troof», on- wbo#e ac(g are blamed by some crowds of white demonstrators al
•odoy's Weather | FV ^
Little Rock most broke police lines when nine
Negro student* slipped intb the
...... Keating (R-NY) demand- school. The soldiers scattered seg-
>1. There wa* ^ re|ea$e of FBI information on regationlst crowds.
*core Little Rock's riots and other oc- Since then no major violence
— ,rom currences, coupling it with a de- haa occurred,
or at a distance on aunciation of Faubua. i Little Rock citizens went about
Roy Wilkins, executive secre-their normal weekend pur surfs,
of the National Assn. for. the The paratnfopers increased their
Colored People, minglhu with civilians. Some a«-
Negro girls and three boy* Rfp
ired school. There g
although several s
mts .looked on I
between supporters of the rival corner of the 38-square-mile coun- signed Wednesday in Chile. The
Communist and anti-Communist try But it plans to set up a post contract covers fl million dollars
governments, which have been on office. Italy probably would per- worth of locomotive*, transformer
guard against each other for a mit the flow of its mail, stations and other equipment,
week. Planning for a long dispute, the
And neither seems to have the ahti-Communists are setting up
means— or desire — to force a prefabricated huts — complete;
showdown. with, bathtubs — at the abandoned
With no solution in sight, San steel factory they
Marinese are buckling down with quarters
the prospect of some food short- The anti-Commumsts u»ed a ,_K.n_______....
...... lane yesterday to drop leaflets profreeional tonthttH game £*>jele-
^ ORANGE JUICE
use a* head- NOT SO HEFTY-Local daugh-
ter to slightly overweight mother
while the two were watching
SIT™”?* SSVSS3'«SSTJmJFw -IA-J*
Since most of the hilltop repub- ino. The lea'flets warned shopkeep-: V00 feel **”.’? , L? ‘ v
lic'a 14,000 people are farmers, ers not to sell supplies to the Red n0Vnf*ir.J*? ‘"at.„t<ll° Y
the food shortage is not likely to government on credit. IW ukdcpi iP° , i
be too serious But the Italian i The anti-Communist band of 1001 •WFE^L — Local cu
blockade of ail approaches to San armed volunteers was joined yes- w'*hM the city s street
Marino has cut off the supply ol terday bv 19 Italian poli<
vegetables and other foods which who removed their Italian
Wroffice ia in the hand., (Sea SAN MARINO. Pag. I
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