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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy through Tuesday colder tonight and Thermometer Readlnfs 8 9 10 11 i 13 1 I 58 57 59 1 58 52 50 52 Complete Weather Report on Market mHomeof the Daily SunandSemiWwUy Mornind liahtlf WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GIANCE NEW 26 steels corporates commission house CHICAGO higher nearby contracts more liberal cash light HogB to 35 cents lower top Slaughter steers to strong top 199 PAGES Alabama Judge Admits Ignoring Federal Order Seaton Says Hawaii Needed As Equal Partner INSISTS RED INFLUENCE IS REJECTED Hopes Brighter Latest Effort May Be Success 26 Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton told Congress today we need Hawaii as an equal partner as much as Hawaii needs Seaton was the first witness as the House Insular Affairs Committee opened hearings in a new congressional drive to make Hawaii the 50th Proof To Asia He said the Eisenhower ad ministration favors immediate passage of statehood legisla tion but recognizes that Con gress must set its own sched The grant of statehood to Hawaii will prove to the world particularly to we practice what we Seaton said in prepared test I say we need the partici pation of Hawaiians In our and their advice and experience in dealing with the peoples of the Largest Apprenticeship He pointed out that Hawaii Is the only incorporated terri tory and its 59year ap prenticeship in territorial status is longer than was required of any of the present Long before annexation in he Hawaiians were thoroughly imbued with Amer ture and the Americanizatioti has conlinued at a rapid pace since See Page 2 Alaska Begins Transformation Into Real State 26 i Eskimo carpenter and a lawyer were dominant figures as the new stale of Alaskas first Legislature convened to But an exFBI who didnt seek the will have t guide the Hugh secretarj of slate and acting governor grasped the reins of what is be lieved the strongest executivi type state government when William Egan became critically They are the onb elected slale The former FBI whi came to the northland 26 yean faced the arduous task o outlining the administrative program of the 49th states new In messages to the Legisla Wade will attempt to pad the skeleton of Alaskas stream lined Behind Wade will be tw other Democrats Eskimo Wil Ham and Warren who came to the na tions largest state 50 years ag and first served in the old ter ritorial legislalure in Bellz was chosen Sunday a a prelegislalive caucus a Senale Taylor wa See Page 2 FREIGHT CABS up freight cars of the Missouri Pacific train which was derailed near burn Just before ne of the cars exploded killing three men State Violence Kills 20 and injuring at least 52 other The exploding tank car was hurled 200 feet from the Protestants Eye Papal Call NEW of Protestant and Orthodox Christian churches ex pressed deep Interest today in Pope Johns announcement that he will call a council for church The Edward Dahl president of the National Council of Churches which represents 33 major Protestanl and Orthodox said that anything would bring together all thechurches of Christ would be blessed of Anything that will be a step toward unity of churches would be he but it would have to be recognized that it would be a mutual com ng not under condi tions laid down by one church for all Dahlberg how that Protestants will not Vatican Summons Council On Unity countenance as separated ing looked upon Christians re turning to the Church of Metropolitan Antony archbishop of the Syrian Antio chian Orthodox Archdiocese said the peoples of the East were always willing to welcome such providing they are I dont find any reason why the Apostolic churches should be Metropolilian Bas hir There is only one holy Apostolic Its dif See Page 10 Demand Heavy For Physicists NEW The Placement Service of the American Institute of Physics reported today that Jobs open to physicists outnumber avail able candidates about five to The shortage was disclosed by Emily director o the institutes Placement Serv in a survey preliminary to the opening here of the annua meeting of the American Physi cal Society and the American Association of Physics Teachers VATICAN 26 Pope John XXIII launched the Roman Catholic world today on a new offensive to win back the Eastern Ortho dox and Western Protestant churches Into the church of He called the churchs matriarchs and other top spiri leaders to the Vatican for he first ecumenical council in 89 An ecumenical council is the most important meeting of church leaders in Roman Catho lic Only 20 have been held in the history of the church and ecumenical decrees passed 1 Texas Solons Pass Pay Dallas Jewelry Stolen 26 UP Po lice sought clues today in the disappearance of worth of Jewels from the swank home of investment broker Bruno The Jewels were believed to have been taken about 3 Sunday from a bathroom in the Graf Detective Cunningham said police had not been able to determine how en trance had been gained to Grafs where the Jewels had been placed in a dressing table Included in the loot was a 20carat diamond ring insured for while other all studded with were insured for to The Grafs had attended the swank Jewel charity ball at the Rldglea Country Club in Fort Worth Saturday and Mrs Graf had worn much of the jewelry with the Popes approval are considered The Pope did not seta date for the but Vatican sources said it probably would be held this Pope John announced the forthcoming council in a speech to 21 Cardinals Sunday during a visit to the Rome Basilica of Paul outside the In addition to calling the coun the as Bishop of summoned a diocesan synod for the city to discuss the grave problems and increasing men aces to the spiritual life of the A summary of his address Is sued by the Vatican press office said the ecumenical council would aim not only toward the edification of the Christian peo but likewise wishes to be to separated corn See Page 10 State Tries To Balk Sinclair Merger Plans 24 Will Wilson said today a temporary restraining order has been issued to stop Sinclair Oi from merging with Tex as Pacific Coal and Oil He said District Judge Jack Langdon of Fort Worth sign ed the order The antitrust suit alleged Sin Lehman Brothers of New York and others acquired 4C million dollars worth of stock in Texas Pacific Coal for the By The Associated Press Violent deaths claimed at east 20 lives in Texas over the veekend with traffic fatalities accounting for 9 of the The dead count by The Asso ciated Press covered the period rom 6 Friday to midnight Louis retired vice president of the Gibraltar Savings and Loan died Sunday in Houston of injuries suffered in an auto accident here Manuel Guzman of Austin was stabbed and kill ed early Sunday in a roadside Officers charged Richard also of Austin with Clay of was found hanged Offi cers said the body was sus pended with a wire around the neck from a beam in the rear of a McAllen A verdict was Jack Clay student at Sul Ross State College at Al was killed when his car struck a culvert north of Rotan early Jesse was shot fatally at Fort Worth by one of two policemen who caught him robbing a service station early A cartruck collision south of Sterling City killed Charles H Luckert of Midland urday See 10 Two Pastors Are Changed By Methodists A change In Methodist minis SECURITY INS1 TRIMMING WE By JOYNES MAOFARLAN 26 Social Security insurance is getting the major credit for taking more and more old folks off ederalstate welfare both programs are costing Expenditures for the oldage assistance program are going up because the monthly payments are The insurance program is more costly because Benefits have been Increased IS LFARE ROLLS arger portion of the higher The Eisenhower administration now wants the state and local governments to put up more The insurance program la financed from special social security taxes on employes and selfemployed and is lurely a federal It is designed to pay its own and its financial operations are not included in the governments annual appropriations budget hough they soon will run in the the number of beneficiaries is rising The oldage assistance program is financed from general ax with the state and local governments all putting up a But increases in the federal share in recent years have provided Page 10 Police Raid Casino Near Caliiornia ROSARITO Sixty federal police from Mexico City early today raided the plush Rosarlto gambling casino and detained a number of Americans allegedly caught at the gambling Reports on the number ol UuijjOd aUlzcjjs detained varied between 45 and Other Americans who were in the Rosarito Beach nexl door to the gambling casino were reported to have been questioned and then Two identified as Joe and Anthony were booked in Tijuana jail 17 miles north of here near the CaliforniaMex WidelySought Gunman Caught At Texarkana 26 AJjevt Calif ornia gunman wanted in the slaying of Hollywood film executive was captured here Officers flushed the exconvict and his girl frlenc out of their tourist cabin with gas and wanted for the Dec 30 slaying of Kenneth Savoy executive secretary of ters wt assignments revealed in in this area weekend an nouncements by Mc Corslcana Methodist dis trict and Don superintendent of the iorsicana State Jack Kyle who las served the Haynie Mem rial Methodist church in Rice is pastor the past three years ms completed his bachelor of Divinity degree work at Per kins Theological Seminary at He is to become chap ain at the Corsicana State Home February Under his the hurch at Rice has doubled in attendance at all de eloped a vital program mproved the property and made progress in all phases of he The Daniels was in the Methodist Home n finished Waco High attended Baylor two graduated from School of Arts and bo ore entering Perkins School of William leen appointed purpose of bringing about i The suit said this woulc cut down on competition and See Page 10 Texas Cooler Snow Hits Flood Areas By The Associated Press Foggy weather resulting from cold air that tumbled across Texas greatly hampered air traffic over the state Patches of dense along with closed in on wide areas of the state from the Lower Rio Grande to the up per Texas The fog was so thick at Gal veston that both air and water traffic was virtually at a stand No planes were flying in that and the Coast Guard said the only boat moving in Galveston bay was the Bolivar Zero ceilings were reported at San Antonio and Dalhart at midmorning had subfreezing weather of 23 de grees with visibility down to a fourth of a The cold front put an end to the springlike weather of the two By United Press International A snowstorm swept out of the Midwest into the East Mon bringing new woes to regi dents of flood devastated sec tions of Pensylvania and Up to five Inches of snow was expected at Meadville in the hardhit northwestern Penn sylvania flood Three to five inches of snow blanketed western Pennsylvania including four inches at and one to three inches fell in the south portion of the Rescue workers at closed a gaping hole in the Susquehanna river through which floodwaters poured into an anthracite trapping 12 iiners There was little hope the miners would be found Damage in the seige of snow storms and floods which began last Tuesday climbed to more than 100 million Flood waters forced more than persons from their homes and more than 100 persons died in weatherconnected A United Press International count showed at least 118 per sons died in traffic ac cidents on icy overexer tion and Ohio had 19 veathprcaused Wiscon sin Michigan Illinois New York Indiana Penn sylvania Kentucky and Kan sas 5 Iowa Missouri and Oklahoma 3 Minne New Mexico and Texas 2 and Washington and North Dakota 1 Snow amounts ranging from two to 12 inches pushed across the northers tier of states from the Rockies to New England and a band of freezing rain slicked highways in Mis souri and A cold air mass following on the heels of the snow sent the mercury plunging to 17 below zero early Monday at Lono and 15 below at Temperature drops of 20 degrees or more were common in the Central Upper Mississippi Val the Great the Ohio Valley and parts of New Eng Snow ranging from six inch es to a foot or more ranged through western Nebraska into the mountains of western Two to three inches of new snow made driving haz ardous in Chicago and forced plane carrying President Ar turo Frondlzl of Argentina to circle the city for an hour be fore landing at snowswept Mid way Milwaukee officials declaret a second snow emergency with in a week as five inches of snow fell on the boosting the accumulation to almost 21 inches since last In Ohio staggered by th worst flooding since mos rivers were down and cleanup operations were The floodwaters drained into the Olio river which climbed to th 54foot level at o two feet above flood stage no disastrous flood ing was expected along the riv In the a light plan crashed near killing three persons The crash was blamed on fog and drizzle in the Au Bee Plige 2 Russell pastor of See Page 2 Samuel Goldwyn being held in lieu is of has the i bond on a charge of unlawful flight from California to avoid prosecution for murder and His Barbara a 180pound former woman was charged with harboring a Her bond was set at by Commissioner Thclma Thel bearing California license was spotted at the motel Sunday Six FBI agents and county See Page 10 Parking Meters Invade Tokyo 26 UPI Modernization came today to capital of the mysterious Parking meters went into use for the first Nattily dressed patrolmenIn light blue uniforms and Alt Force type hats wandered throughout the pleasantly con fused center of Tokyo to make sure that everyone pnid his ten co of operat ng an illegal They listec heir hometown as Hollywood The American visitors wer detained at the hotel and wen scheduled to be taken to Tijuana n buses later Two members of the Baja yen cents for 15 minutes NEW FLAGS ROLL OFF THE machines a the Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Rock have begun rolling out the first of new American Th firm was one of the first to get the new flag design to th See Page 10 Jet Airliners Shrink Nation LOS new jot airliner flew to New York in four hours and three minutes Sunday then turnec around and flew back agains 105 headwinds in six hours and 22 The 707 Boeing Jetliner car led 112 passengers and a crew of eight on each American Airlines Ham Hon Smith said the winds he bucked on the return trip at times reached 137 They were about the worst Ive ever faced over a period of Smith said after landing it International Westbound flights take longer because of ng Scheduled flight time for propellerdriven planes on the New YorkLos Angeles trip s about nine 26 UP The House and Senate agreed today o a bill to pay all ex penses of the 56th The Senate amended House Bill which originally called or to provide for the There was no Senate Minutes the House greed 13113 after brief discus ion to the Senates amend The bill now goes to Price The measure would take from the cigarette tax und before the money reached he general revenue An ither would be taken rom the operators and chauf eurs license which the Department of Public Safety ays is not needed at this The Senate stripped the House irovision which would have tak en from the Insurance luilding The will go to pay he legislators a day lus travel and office t also will take care of wages or who missed a pay lay last and for expen es of the Legislature between See Page 2 Moscow Draws World Leaders Of Communism The leaders nism assembledhere today for the 21st special Congress of the Soviet Communist Party which begins Tuesday in the Kremlin Two delegates were present for the first time since before World War The nonRussians includec Chou Enlal of Red China Pro mier Nam II of North Korea Ho Chi Minh of North Vietnam Palmiro Togliattl of Italy am Jacques Duclos of They were fraternal delegates wltl no voting The Soviet press listed the Americans as James Jackson and Moses members o the National Executive Commit They were able to trave freely to Moscow because of Supreme Court ruling per milling them to get Jackson Is one of the Com munists whose conviction undo the Smith Act was reversed b a Appellate Mose Shield apparently is an incor reel translation from the Rus Page 10 Italy Cabinet Quit Western Premier Amintore Fan fanl and his sixmonthold coal of world Commu tlon Cabinet precipitating a resigned toda major polltlca crisis that may take days an even weeks to Fanfani took the decision a a sevenminute Cabinet mcetln today after weeks failed to end the of pleadin split In hi own Christian Democratic Par ty and in that of his Coalitlo the Social BUT DENIES CONTEMPT IS INVOLVED ExClassmates Stage Dramatic Duel In Court 26 UPI Federal Judge Frank dis missed contempt against former Circuit Judge George Wallace today freed By JACK FOX Alabama Judge tried today before an old ollege classmate on charges of eing in contempt for refusing 3 turn negro voting records ver to the Federal Civil Rights In a nonJury trial that last d not much more than an he chief Investigator for the Civil Rights Commission testlft d that former Circuit Judge eorge Wallace refused imea to produce the ion records in defiance of a ederal No Defense Witnesses The Wallace side did not put a witness on the If con icted of contempt as charged y the the Jurist ould be sent to Jail for up to1 5 Federal Judge Frank recessed the case until 2 CST when he la expected o hand down his f heart of the defense n todays deliberations was at the opening of court by lit t he pleaded guilty to failing o deliver voting records to agents of the Civil Rights See Page 2 Virginia Chief Executive Calls Special Session Lindsay in a formal proclamation to be mailed ordered the Legis lature to convene at noon Wednesday in a lastditch bid to head off school Integration Iri three In his call for a special ses sion of the Almond did not announce a specific pro but Informed sources be lieve his recommendation will include some form of tuition grants to provide private school Ing in the affected The mailing of the proclama tion was a Almond alerted the 140 legis lators Sunday night to come to the capltol to pass some sort of stopgap program and shore up the states segregation Nino schools in Ar lington and Charlottesvllle ara under federal court decrees to admit a total of 30 negroes next Chances for final de laying appeals were considered Federal and state courts last week struck down Virginias massive resistance laws includ ing one under which Almond last fall closed schools in Nor Charloltcsvllle and Front See Pag 2 Secretary Thomas predicted today that a far greater proportion of our nuclear retaliatory ca pability will be moved to We must be able to use the seas as a springboard for of fensive and as a vast area for defense in depth of ourselves and our the secretary With Arlelgh chief of naval Gates delivered a closedoor briefing to the Senate Armed Services An unclassified version of his statement stressed the retaliatory potential of the Polaris submarinelaunched bal Istlc missile system and of car rierbased jet attack Defense Secretary Neil McElroy resumed closed door testimony before the House Defense Appropriations The military leaders were be ing questioned about President Elsenhowers 41 billion dollar defense budget which some Dem ocrati charge is too email to keep up with Soviet Gates and Burke were sum moned for questioning on wheth er the proposed Navy budget of will be suffi As to the controversial car Gates said Therecan be no question about our need for modern carrier We need air power to control the seas and support our forces Other highlights of his mony crises In Indo Suez and Leb the Fleet gave as surances to our allies and acted as a damper in an explosive sit Red antl sub problems have the highest priority and encouraging prog ress has been Russias submarines cannot match boat for but her vast num bers impose a grave threat not only to our control of the sea but to our ability to defend the country against missile Atomic Propulsion Atomic submarines are Joining the fleet in Increasing Atomic Stress Value SeaBased Power surface ship a car a cruiser and a destroyer leader are under Gates added that the first six Polaris atomic submarines are well under The mayors of New Los An geles and Detroit appeared be fore the Senate Banking Com to tell how much federal cities needed for housing and urban The commlttea Is considering Eisenhowers housing which calls for a sixyear urban renewal plan and no new public and more sweeping Democratic pro posals which would cost up to over 10 MACAIITHUR 79 NEW YORK IP Douglas 79 will be honored at a party at the WaldorfAstoria Hotel tor Men who were on Mac Arthurs staff when he was commander in the Pacific In World War II are among the Invited   

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