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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                4 THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday colder tonight and Friday with low tonight in Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 i 12 I 1 I 55 56 57 58 60 63 66 Complete Weather Report en Market f n the Daily SunandSemiWeekly Mornintf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er coppers pace Bonds Mixed governments com mission house CHICAGO Wheat Lower short selling and Lower with to 50 cents lower top Cattle steers weak top AP TELEMATS 202 JAN 1959 TWENTYFOUR SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS F Demand Crop Pi Prop ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft Coast Due Full ICBM FULL TRUTH IS SOUGHT BY JOHNSON McElroy Admits Some Russian Missiles Ahead Secretary Nell McElroy acknowledged today that Russia probably will have more intercontinental ballistic missiles than the United States in a year or He said neith er nation has the weapon In operational shape right McElroy that the United States will have a full squadron of ICBMs ready to fire from the West Coast by next 10 Launchers Buch a squadron would in clude 10 launchers of the Atlas missiles which could carry deadly nuclear warheads to targets miles They presumably would be located al Vandenberg Air Force Base north of Los At the outset of the hearing McElroy said in a prepared that the Joint Chiefs of Staff has pledged in writing to support President Eisenhow ers defense He added that each of the service chiefs may have some reservations about the amount Johnson led off the hearing by asking for a unvar nished and unadorned account of the nations Want Answer Johnson in his opening state ment said the Senate group was not interested In defensevas an We want to knoSV where we and this is question to which should be a clearcut The hearings are being con Bee Page 7 Negro Finds Job In Capital Not Available 29 The whole thing Is quite em said the congress Im said the negro The whble thing is just un said the boys aunl Thats how the leading prin elpals sum up the imbroglio that came to a climax Wednes day when James Johnson a Chicago ar rived in Washingion to becom a page in the House of Repre He was told the job had beet The youth said he had been assured of Ihe job by Bar ratt OHara But Rep Francis Walter chairman of Ihe House Palron age Commillee which handle such said the appoinl menl had gone lo anolher Chi cago boy recommended by Rep Thomas OBrien Veleran Capilol employes d not recall any negro ever hav ing served as a House page See Page 7 Doctor Kills Texas School Boards Head ANNOUNCES SPACE MAN Keith Glennan Space studies notes efore making a speech in New fork during which he revealec 110 young Americans hav made the squad which wil provide our entry inlo the race put the first man into orbi around the Glennan spoke before the Institute of thi Aeronautical Thi he would be reduc ed to 12 by late AP Democrat Wins First Alaska Senate Figkt 29 Smith a quiet and unassuming fisher man from was off daily settled in the Senate fo a two year term late Wednesday For three days Smith had been in the along with Repub lican William al so of waiting for fiveman committee t determine who should be seatec Both had tied at vote apiece In the Prince of Wale Ketchikan A recouh was called in January bul 11 so came up ft A majority reporl of foil members of the special commi tee ruled in favor of Smith An inspection of ballols in dis pute and a new tabulation show ed the Democrat the winner b a two vote Debate of toe majorily repoi and Ihe minority report contin ued for an hour and a half be fore Ihe roll call vole was lak en on the majorily recommenda The endorsement vole o along parly brpugh Smilh oul of Ihe wings and u to the Senate president to tak oath of Shortly Boardman who actually warmed the sea until he was challenged whe his name was called lo b sworn left the gallery and began plans lo relurn EL A ormer El Paso physician was eld without bond today for the istol slaying of an atlorney 10 said helped nail me to the Harold Eidinoff admitted 0 police that he emptied a pis 01 into the body of Theodore as Andress and is wife waited for their lug gage at El Paso Polics Al Hijar Eidinoff blamed Andress for long series of legal troubles accused the attorney of howing nude photographs tak in 1937 of Eidinoff and his irst Hijar The physician was held by a ystander and arrested after he ired the bullets into Andress Wednesday He was wear ng a bullet proof vest when What he and about all he was all write his down for the record On March I was nailed to ha I never got off the That is the whole Hijar quoted He also asked why dont See Page 7 Delegate Urges Punishment Of Hololpv Group 29 UPI Ivan Spiridinov leader of the leriingrad Communist party demanded today tha actipar New Winter Storm Moving East y group of Vyacheslav M Molotov and other disgracec party members be brought be ore the 21st Communist Con fress for an Members of the group are former Premier Niko ai Bulganln and Georgi M former Foreign Min ster Dmitri Shepilov and for mer member of the party Presl dium Lazar Al iiave been denounced before fo Irying to wreck the party pro Spiridinov praised the seven year plan outlined by Premie Nikita said it hai Page 7 Mexico Ahead For Ike 29 Eisenhowo was making plans today for tw trips short vaca tion in nex week and a meeting with ne Mexican President Adolfo Lope Mateos in Acapulco 1 and The visit between the tw presidents at the beach resor will be This will ellm inate the ceremonies whic would be involved in a stat visit to the Mexican capita Mexico A visit to Mexico City als would subject Eisenhower to altitudes of more than This is considered too high for a person with a history of heart Deadline Near Sut Few Voters Pay Poll Taxes Poll tax payments in Navar o county picked up Thursday the dead ine But shyness of citizens was till a matter of Ethel counly tax assessor reporled Thursday that poll tax receipts and exemplions totaled only 891 at her This is less than half of the total in Still predicted Ihe pay ments would pick up Friday and Salurday but had little hope Ihey would reach the 1958 fig She atlribuled Ihe decrease to he fact lhat 1959 is an offelec tion City tax assessorcollector Kate reported that pay ment of city poll laxes has irighlened this week but will slill run under lasl years pay Bolh Still and Miss Dunn emphasized that a city poll tax receipt is good only when person has a county receipt The city is county a person cannot vote See POLL Page 12 Youth Corps In Conservation Work Proposed 29 was asked to day to establish a ber Youth Conservation Sponsors of identical bills in the House and Senate said th plan young brain and muscle to work on a broai scale in the field of Hubert Humphrey D said the idea would pa for itself in terms of urgently needed proteclion of nalura II also would aet as pow ferful influence toward prevenl ing juvenile h John Blatnik D supported the proposa by introducing a companion bi in the The legislalion would make i possible for youihs belween 1 and 22 to work in federal an stale forests and The would receive pay of Humphrey said members o he corps could improve youn stands by hel See Page 7 TEXAS SENATE SET BUDGET HEARINGS 20 The we havent got anything to enale Finance Committee said Bradshaw in reply florfman Mum On Hoffa Ties ousted Chica go labor union refused today to tall SVenate Labor Management Committee probers whelher he provides a contact with the underworld for James president of the Teamslers He also refused lo aay whelh his associations with Hoffa and with Chicago mobsters fig ured in alleged deals to cut hos pital and medical Insurance benefils of rankandfile Team slers Union while boosting their insurance prem a redhaired for mer invoked the Fifth saying an swers to these and dozens of olher questions might tend to Incriminate James a committee testified Dorfman is the contact man between Chicago union leaders and the Chicago a former New York City police testified that Paul Dorfmani criminal associates include Tony Acar successor to the late Al tapone as boss of the Chicago He said Paul Dorfman also been a business partner of Ho fa in running a summer camp in Wisconsin and in the North weslern Oil in Norlh Da Dorfman was ousled by the AFLCIO about a year as boss of the Waste Material Handlers Union in He has been named in testimony as the man responsible for get ling profitable Teamslers Un ion health and welfare insur ance contracts for a brokerage firm headed by his Allen He refused to admit or deny this when questioned The invoked the Fifth Amendment when asked about testimony alleging that he has reaped improper prof its of more than a million dol lars by inflating his commission and service charges on Team sters and other union welfare fund A Senate investigator testi fied Wednesday that Allen Dorf man deposited in his own bank account of union wel fare fund insurance John the investiga told the Senate LaborMan agement Commitlee that not until after it starled an invesli gation did Dorfman forward the money to the insurance company for which the prem iums were He said that instead of mak Ing the payments to the Mount Vernon Insurance Dorfman used the money to meet ex penses of his business enter The committee ailso heard teslimony Tuesday that Team sters Union President James R Hoffa worked with Dorfman and Leo a New York insurance executive to set up deals for handling union wel fare and pension fund insur Witnesses testified that be tween Perlman and Dorf man overcharged three differ ent labor union welfarepension funds at least and perhaps as much as for greed to begin budget hearings Monday and decided not to act n any singleshot spending until the general ap tropriation bill was out of the oint A five man headed by Floyd Bradshaw if was named by Chairman William Fly of Victoria to listen to the spend ng proposals of the state I don ngs wouldn lavent got anything lo hide and t knoij why the hear juldnt be We Mexico Takes Over Guards Phones MEXICO 28 The government seized Mexicos eight airlines and placed tele phone exchange buildings un der heavy police guard today n an attempt to halt spread of ltbbr unrest across the na The government stepped Into the sixdayold nationwide pilots strike Wednesday night after tourisl agencies reported Inn domestic tourist trade had been cut 75 per A government spokesman said a general Lo be paid by the would be appointed lo assume conlrol of Ihe airlines and get the planes back In the The governments action came about 24 hours after the threat of intervention broke a wildcat telephone strike that paralyzed service In Mexico City See Page 7 Say Steel Talks Due In New York Contract talks between Ihe basic sleel companies and Ihe Uniled Sleelworkers in 1959 will shift to New The Associated Press ng to a Other sena ors on the subcommittee are Paris Wardlow Crawford Hills oro and Ray Roberts of Mc Fifteen new bills were Intro duced in the Senate before it adjourned until One by Aikiri would provide preschool instruction for nonEnglish speaking It was recommendation of the Hale Aikin school study committee and will be cosponsored by Abraham Kazen of Preston Smith of Lub See Page 7 Highway Land Purchasing Is Under Attack DALLAS The land buy ing practices of the irnj was assailed i he first membership meeting Wednesday night of tha Texas Landowners Protective The Association pledged to take its fight to the Legislature in resisting what it termed the constant unfair and unconsti tutional efforts that are being made to curtail the rights of Wa are organized to atop the state from hacking away land owner property said the TLPA Mike Mc Kool of Landowner rights have been utterly dls By United Press International A new slorm dumped up to 0 inches of snow in the Rockies tates today and then whip ped across into the Plains where four inches were orecasl for Heavy snow warnings were iut for portions of Ne South Dakola and and the Chica o Weather Bureau said the slorm may move eastward in to the Northern Great Lakes A brief bul potent snow fall jlanketed Utah with from two to 10 Main highways were causing a rash of minor and high winds disrupted telephone and elegraph Five inches had fallen in Den and light snow con inued to blow across Norlhern and Western Wyoming and Western A freezing mist glazed high ways from Norlhern Illinois in lo Soulhern Wisconsin and made driving Emergency crews in Ulah worked throughout the night to clear drifting already made slick by a rain and hai Roads at higher eleva lions were extremely danger The storm dumped five of snow Wednesda learned Sources who declined to he identified said the talks probab ly will start about May There appears to be no major significance in the move to New it would break The first round of negotiations in the past 1 been in There was no immediate com ment from the union or the steel companies on where or when contract negotiations will begin this Inches at and twc Inches at Douglas and See 7 Douglas Offers Bill To Force Nixed Schools 29 senators toda sponsored a broad civil right regarded and there has been to back up the Suprera one to present his views to the pres George Hopkins Den ton struck out at fed See Page 7 Strike Closes Gulf Refinery PORT 29 UPI Pickets stood at all gates loading into the big Gulf Oil Port Arthur refinery today as some members of the Chemical and Atomic Workers Union began their sec ond day in strike against the Pickets were placed at 3 GST Wednesday when a 48 hour closingdown process was There were no in The strike was expected to put some other workers at the plant out of Courts school integration with massive assistance fro the federal Countering the conciliation plan offered by Senate Demo cratic leader Lyndon John the liberal measure woul offer financial and tech nical aid in school integratio It would furnish advice grants for school buildings an and the attorney gen orals legal Intervention as neer Paul Douglas who Introduced the legislation said he expected the throat o filibuster to be used agains the bUl as it was In Wit obvious reference to Johnson he added Then some ostrichlike pro burying its head in th sand so that It cannot sec th school no wi probably be served up as a sonable a stop i the right a means o See Page 7 MODEL Max Roesch a former professional model who switched to secretarial work takes a letter from her new Raymond of San during a daily session of the Texas Legislature at Aus Roesch was a professional model for many large department stores before changing her AP Wirephoto NOT WINK IS A Peter the 32yearold disc who set the unprecedent ed mark of 200 sleepless hours under constant scientific watch carries on with his marathon jroadcast from Times Square New Tripp started the rind eight clays ago to promote he March of Dimes campaign Doctors and psychiatrists who watched Tripp said he made medical achievement unmatchoi in AP Wirephoto More Tests Due RecordHolder For No Sleep NEW jockey Petor Tripp slep mnns soundest sleep today completing a 200hour sleeples vigil for the sake of ended his wakea thon al oclock Wednosda An hour later he fell Int a deep sleep at the Astor Hole after physicians assured hin he had broken all records fo scientifically controlled wake Now lies sleeping man soundest said Loui who heads the team o scientists watching H has done something no man ha done and its The scientists here did no recognize the wnkeathon o disc jockey Dave Hunter o Hunter boga his vigil two hours before Trip and has vowed to stay awak Cor 225 but his exper ment has not been sclentificall controlled or A third disc Ro Evans of trio to stay awake 200 hours bu gave up at 190 hours and minutes on advice of his doc Ho had developed a heac West said lie would awake Tripp al 11 his usua rising for some psychla pic observations nnd medics See Page 7 ASKS CHANGE FROM PARITY TO MARKET Private Funds Use Urged For Phones 29 resident Elsenhower announc d plans today for a foodfor eace drive aimed to turn farm urpluses into a major eapon for the free worlds ar The project was disclosed In special farm message to Con fess which otherwise renewed ith fresh emphasis the Fres dents call for lower price sup Eisenhower said that ould cut down hrough market place sales and educe federal farm Cost Too Much Eisenhower said present price upport programs are exces ively expensive and crop con rol programs dont The foodforpeace plan cama ip In Eisenhowers discussion of fforts to find expanded mar tets and new outlets for In these efforts there is mmcdiate and direct bearing n the cause of world Eisenhower Food can ba i powerful instrument for all he free world in building a lurable Foreljrn Program Elsenhower related that In he last four yeara this country ins provided friendly food with tour dollars through export rams He Went on I am setting steps in o explore anew with sur plusproducing nations all prac ical means of utilizing the varlr ous agricultural surpluses of each in the Interest of relnforc1 ng peace and the wellbelng of See FARM Page 7 Youth Admits Shooting Four In His Family series of family arguments ana the spanking of a 16yetvrold boy led the boy to kill four members of his family Wednesday itate police Troopers said John a husky killed his 66 his mother 55a 19 and a Elizabeth with a 5 feet 9 and 155 was charged with He entered a mandatory innocent plea before Peace Jus tice Richard Pearce in Cayuga County Court at Auburn in cen tral New early Inspector William Drlscoll said a pupil at Moravia High told him he had shot his family because of an accumu lation of family Police said John told them his parents hnd spanked and that he felt he was too big to be Three of the bodies were found in the The father was found slumped in a South Integrates Despite Talk By JACK FOX 29 hear on every side in the South today the flat and uncompromising point thai Ihls region will never integralc ne groes and The white stand la that the South not only will not inte bul by cullure and decades of the South cannot And yet on every in var ious ways and in individual In the Soulh is in fact The schools of Vir ginias largesl and three other communities In the apparently are going to admit a small group of negroes next Monday morning afler collapse of Ihe massive resislance laws which closed nine schools serv ing the Souths great met has just quietly accept ed the desegregation of negroes on its trolley There has not been an incident over Thirty four other Southern cit ies now have inlegraled including Lillle New Or Rich Chattanooga and Raleigh and On the border more than a quartermillion negro children are now going to public schools with There are more In white classes In North Carolina has token South Caiolina and to segregated at public school levels and most of those states havo authorized Ihe gov ernor to close any school faced wilh But the wedge has been open ed on Ihe college level in three of Virginia and Just outside the first capital of Ihe a stale circuit judge went through the mollons of keeping voler registration records in Iwo heavily nogro counties from President Eisen howers new civil rights com He turned ihein over instead to county grand juries bul those bodies promptly made the records available to the fed eral Lyndon Johnsons pro posal for some sort of media lion board on segregallon dls pulos is evidence that the very top Southern Democratic lead ership feels the South must take some new positive ap proach lo Ihe Liltle Rock has become a symbol of Ihe Souths determl nallon lo shul Ihe schols if It is But the citys new school board is now faced with a federal order to proceed with the reopening of conlroverslal Cenlral High School and to ad mil some It is note worthy that half a dozen other Arkansas communities havo A factor of considerable sig nificance is the growing mo mentum of those Southern forces who are not willing to pay tha price of a complele shutdown of Ihe pub lic They are prominent here in Atlanta where signs be seen on we want our public It Is not a question of South erners going over to the sida of Polls have shown that six out of seven whites aro against But they are frus traled and distraught at the end Bee 7   

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