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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                f THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy through Sunday with scattered thunder storms and locally high winds no import ant temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 U 12 1 1 1 3 74 76 78 81 84 86 88 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Most Securlw Are Closed LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS 282 MAY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS I tf ih f f W I i M ri L L i I H J h B i H m ASTRONAUTS seven astro one of whom will be the first American to orbit in met at Langley Air Force for the first time since the announce ment of their Robert director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administrations project greeted the who left to right Air Force Leroy Air Force Don ald Slayton Navy Alan Shep Navy Walter Schirra Marine John Navy Malcolm Carpenter and Air Force Vir gil AP Wirephoto May 2 A 23yearold negro accused of the rapeslaying of a white housewife is believed to have been lodged for safekeping in a seventhfloor jail cell of a thickwalled and strongly guard ed But authorities kept silent on the actual whereabouts of Ora Lee Rogers of Ville Platte in a security move to prevent any possible mob Officers locked the ground floor door to the Rapides Parish county courthouse for the first time Friday An armed SABINAL AND SOMERSET WORST General Weather View Includes Clouds And Rain Windstorms lashed Lime stone and Freestone counties early Saturday caus ing some damage to telephone snapping but no injuries had been Winds at midmorning were blowing at a 40mile ac cording to advises at the local sheriffs office from while telephone connections to Teague were southeast of Groesheck and southwest of was hit reports Bock Island Lines personnel at Teague reported trees were snapped and telephone lines smashed but no material damage was Major COURSE Communists Pressure HMMARSKJOLD SAYS UN CANT TAKE OVER BERLIN sits His desk overlooks the locked only way to get to the top seventh floor where 80 prisoners are kept under Rogers was arrested Friday shortly after the brutal attack on Lumley in her husbands general store at 50 miles south of Alex Dist Fusilier Ville Platte said Rogers admit ted stabbing Fu silier said he planned to charge the man with rape and murder ah soon as the EvangeJine Par ish grand jury could be called into He indicated the session might come Frank Savoy Evange line Parish said the assailant beat atabbed her Jn the sfcran See Page 8 Godfrey Able To Leave Bed NEW May Godfrey got out of bed again today for a few minutes at a He underwent a lung operation Thursday to remove a cancerous The TV and radio entertain ers physician described his con dition as satisfactory after a morning Godfrey got up for the first time only 30 hours after the five but only sit briefly in a chair by his His doctors said that he stayed up for short per iods on several occasions this By The Associated Press Tornadoes ripped through Sab inal and Somerset in South Tex as causing damage to Somerset No injuries resulted from eith er Near San Antonio At 12 miles south of San a twister whip ped through the center of the town about after May 2 Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold said today practical considerations virtual ly bar the setting up of either a UN military or civilian political authority in He made the statement in a speech prepared for delivery in Copenhagen in which he stress ed also the advantages as he saw them of holding an EastWest summit conference within the Veteran Says Newspapers Best Bargains LANSING May 2 UPI framework of the UN Security Hammarskjold spoke at a meeting of the Students He stopped en route to where he will attend a UN con He will be in Geneva when the foreign ministers of the United France and the Soviet Union open their conference on Berlin and Germany on May He said there was no reason for him to prophesy as whether a summit conference the would be but he forces which al May 2 UPI Communist will succeed in completing their hold on stra tegic oilrich Iraq if Premier Ab del Karim Kasscin bows to their latest demands for more military and political Middle East diplomats said to If Kassem grants the Com munist we cant see what can stop one West ern diplomat Communist newspapers in Baghdad have been clamoring demands that Reds be taken into the Kassem Is expected to enlarge his cabi net The Reds also are demand GENEVA FL Says Progress Will Hinge On Soviet Stands that when such a meeting was discussed last the inten tion was to have it or in intimate connection with the Security He said that should present plans develop in the same direc veritable Red The diplomats had hoped that Kassem would use the army to control the Commu But they believe now it will be too late to halt the f m V I 4 j J v J it would mean that the if glves into thelr laU newspaper Is a better buy than the 25 cent news Michigan journalistic students The 7 and 10 cent daily ncgotations would take place the background of the which stresses the of finding a peaceful May car when It was finalsmacking down 3 12 miles south were told Friday night by a white men were jailed today and charged with abducting and raping a 19year old negro coed at the Florida AfrM University The suspects were nabbed aft er a chase that reached speeds up to 100 miles an The alleged rape victim was found bound and gagged in the Massachusetts Whites Dislike Negro Neighbor A prominent negro is experienc ing telephoned threats and oth erwise being harassed as he prepares to move into a white neighborhood where most homes cost or The inci dent came to light when a Springfield Union reporter saw a report cf malicious mischief at police headquarters and in Lindsay man ager of mailing operations for the Eastern States Farmers Ex change and a member of the Springfield Industrial Develop ment an official city is having a 000 home built in South Branch Johnson bought the land from a white the house was designed and by a white The latest incident occurred Thursday night when rock was slammed through a plastic covered window and into a freshly plastered emphasizing that he is trying to avoid a facial said his lawyer early next week See Page S ly halted by an of the veteran solution to International dis tf J u b I 1 V V I 1 h f f U b I f T 1 1 V H 4 J The euspects were identified It destroyed roofs on homes James L KilgaUen of United Hammarskjold referred to as William Collis a and The Masonic Hall Prega one of speculation that the big powqrs ii u 1 K I A i H m GGCmG GStfl Dl telephone company lineman gee Page 5 Americas top said vid 18 Pat Scarbor who is stationed at Fisher Air Force Base in North Carolina and a juvenile whom police would not Officers said the negro her and another couple were parked behind the stadium at the negro university follow ing a school dance when the white men drove up in a 1959 blue Police said the white men orFo est Recent arrivals from Bagh reported a Communistin spired antiWestern campaign with the United States a ma jor In gov ernment officials said Ameri cans have been increasingly and threatened in re T Truman Enjoys Morning Stroll In Washington that the nations daily presence in West Berlin as papers are better today than at of easinS EastWest See UN Page 8 Panama Jails Invader Group PANAMA May 2 jrujjut Efcuti LUG WHILE niGn v jJ4 m i v ut i f A ue ou men ftnCl dered the two couples to get man had a reunion today with world sloeeyed girls who invaded this out of the car in which they hls old whlte staff after There Is little room for criticlittle Central American country oiffino coming upon three even more f fhp from Cuba and then irave un By MIL MAGKUDER any time in the past fifty Speaking at an awards din ner cosponsored by the Lans ing State Journal and the Cen tral Michigan Chapter of Sigma Delta professional journal istic Kilgallcn said our newspapers are better writ better and more May 2 UPI comprehensive than irmer President Harry Truprmtcd anywhere else in the See Page 8 were icoming upon three even more ism of the American Cuba and then gave up Police said one of the whitelfamillar faccs on hia early said who has been without a struggle were brought morning writing for daily newspapers to Panama City today and lock Passing a photographic stuUov m0re than half a ed up in the National Guard dio near his downtown Wc are prone to criticize he stopped short and gestured selves but I dont see why we Panamanian authorities said with his cane at a picture in Our newspapers are they would be prosecuted but it the It was a family They arc cleanly suitwas expected their sentences group portrait of his to be read in any if would he lenient in view and their MarThis is more than can be said of their quick surrender when many books and some of the they heard Cuban Prime Minis Riiland To Boss Missiles May Osmond Ritland will succeed Bernard Schriever as mander of the Air Force Bamsm their tic Missile Division BMD With a he added that See it was disclosed Schrlvep MarSaret sure hates that Pic 1 1 m cent op erations were virtually at a standstill because of what one official called Reports reaching Istanbul today said Iraq had taken mil itary measures to prevent antt Comrmmlst Kurdish tribesmen Page 9 End Hearings On Civil Rights Before Panel May 2 UPI House judiciary tee wound up 17 days of ngs on civil rights legislation Friday preparatory to starting LA May 3 Jerauld Wright said today western sea commu nications are threatened by a tremendous Soviet submarine NATOs supreme com mander In the said the May 2 UPI 4apnbUiUca of the West to Secretary of State Christian overcome this threat are not AHcrtcr today challenged the sufficient at Soviet Union to honest nego Wright spoke at opening of a tiations at the forthcoming Ge ninenation research laboratory jneva conference to settle tha Berlin and German problems and ease European Reports to Ike The secretary returned from he United Kingdom and the I a Paris meeting of the Western United foreign ministers and flew by The Navy has taken the helicopter to Gettysburg to re oad of financing the new cenport to President Elsenhower tor for the first two on the complete agreement Exact figures are not available the Allies reached on a pack but the cost will run milage proposal to bo handed Rus for antisubmarine The nine nations involved are Ger lions of Wright said we Soviets are working on nuclear propulsion and guided missiles for But so far as we know none are operational as sia at the EastWest talks be know the I ginning May Presidential Press Secretary James Hagerty reported that Herter described the Paris meeting to prepare for the Ge neva showdown as very suc United Presa International his See Page 5 Tibet Places Heavy Strain On Nehru Stand Charles The President talked dent of the Raytheon Herter for 75 minutes on the glaasedin sun porch of hia farm Meets He porters Herter told reporters who met him on his return from Paris that the Allied agreement there was reached both in spirit and substance and should assist us greatly in making progress at Geneva if the Soviet Union demonstrates an honest desire to The secretary said that ho of NEW Prime nTPTi UPI May and th forelgn Minister Jawaharlal e Nehru was under heavy political pressure today to revise Indian foreign policy in light of France and West many settled came up every detail working out ation plus related look here he told remagazines that can he found on tor Fidel Castro disapproved ofi f on h porters walking with They the news their Jf h hfc iss dont give a darn what they put Kiigallen regaled the journal The Invasion force sunend week was allov in their tic students with Intimate ercd at has been named by the Air Force to take over command of here for a round of the Air Research and gettogethers with old ment Command at Andrews and testimony before Air Force Base in congressional Ritland began his flying cabig surprise reer in 1932 and was one of theitomorrow first army pilots to fly the has in store for him It will be unveiled when he mail before he went on inactive speaks at ceremonies dedicating duty and became a pilot for Unithe new two dollar Na I f til ted Air tional Guard memorial building In Ritland returned to which will house the National the Army Air Corps and Association of the United since spent most of his time in the test development Since Ritland has as a climax to events vice commander at BMD headincluding a parade featuring The surprise for Truman was Labor Official Fears Recession SAN May 2 The secretarytreasurer of the AFLCIO has worst recession predicted the since World War unless unemployment is curbed in William i helluva Schnitzlcr told at the coastal village of Nombre De Dios Friday in a ceremony filled more with joy than They were taken by ship to Marie near and brought the rest of the way to the capital in a bus Patrol Aldine School Voting quatrers Kennedy Wants Hoffa Curbed more than flags of Nation al Guard described by sponsors as the biggest mass ing of military colors in his Among those represented will he Battery 129th Field Artil i See Page 9 work on a The which covered almost two ended with both Lie An additional week was for other statements to be filed The last witness was Gordon staff director of thu federal civil rights commission He denied charges that the commissions televised hearing In last De comber was conducted in a clr cuslike John Patterson and oth er Alabama witnesses made tho charges in testimony last Tiffany said the commission May followed procedural rules siml iffs deputies patrolod the to those of Senate hear He said no complaint was 4i U1 about camera lights or problem withicxjbtvn arca voted quletly in the room at tho time of the He testified after Joseph spokesman for 20 civil Im not afraid of pump Election judges at the six pollrights anid Southern of he And givinghng boxes said the early turnout ficinls had proved the need for man a job Is not was unusually Two board He also forecast that the expositions were at steke and the polled teamsters union would outcome could change the hit someday rejoin the Iter 43 split on the current news conference that the govwcary Aldine Schoo DiRtrict to ernment should launch a basic day fls residentfl of the subur attack on the problem with exbtvn arca voted quletly and panded federal construction peacefully in a school board programs in public which could tip the roads and balance of power over against Indian intervention in Tibet Reliable sources said some members of his Cabinet had vised him to be more wary of the Chinese situation and to refo his policy but that Nehru still was con vinced his policy of neutrality between East and West was Close associates said Nehrus policy is to be just and honest and to criticize his friends as woJl as Mis enemies If he found their actions But hoIT1 believes even In hacking hta Bonn government deta Is of a enemies If he thinks they are Communist spy ring op rjcllt orating against the West Ger fieo Page 5 Defectors Tell Aboui System Of Espionage May 2 UPI An East German in telligence officer who fled to West Germany has given the See CIVIL Page 5 The Tibetan Bituation has trained relations between Delhi officials dlscloHcd and Poiping badly and NehrusL hoy details supplied by b this and other Communist de fectors has led to the arrest of many persons and their con The latest two Communist East Germans to flee to tho West were Walter and Helmut Both were with the East German Peoples Army espfonapo serv but apparently Glassl gave most of the Intelligence sources said Glas r t chocked with a newsboy to become J cuts Jewish mod hy Sicgfrlod norly today In Francis 1 y J man military intelligence who Abraham and other members of the fami ly were at her bedside Friday a few hours before she Private funeral nervlces will he held Sunday from the Weln stnln The family no Riblcoff came to Con necticut in 1009 from foreign experts haxro been re viewing the whole cs See Page 8 Ribicoif ies Saturday May 2 UPI Rose who saw her son rise from The Enst German spy ap paratus was said to operate through three agencies tho ministry for State the Coordinating Administration of the Ministry of National De fense and tho Independent Section of tho armed Glaftfll also told of his own v LOS May 2 UPI John Kennedy CD attacked the Teamsters Union and its James Friday night and said he believes the nation could elim inate the evil practices by which he Hoffa and his as sociates rose to In a speech before the Great er Los Angeles Press the youthful presidential hopeful said the KennedyErvin labor would not in itself eliminate He Is entitled to the same rights as every other including the Fifth Amend Kennedy But we can eliminate the evil practices by which he and other associates rose to power their conflict of interest their de struction of union their use of union funds to build per sonal financial their The New England senator told the 500 civic and la bor officials and California Democratic party leaders that he did not think the people would tolerate a veto of KennedyErvin the He said the people are fed up with the abuses and mal practices revealed by the Mc Clellan They want a effective but lair reform he I am convinced that they do not want an antilabor they want an antiracketeering And they want one Kennedy openly courted the favor of California political although he declared it was much too early for anyone to announce himself as a I960 presidential In a question and answer ses sion following his the senator said he thought New York Nelson Rockefeller would make a formidable Re publican candidate and hinted would be a stronger one than Vice President Richard Nix although he said polls show ed Nixon now in But Kennedy called Nixon am bitious and The boyishlooking senator said if he were a he would not announce his inten tions until sometime earJy in Eee KENNEDYTPage 9 May 2 UPI James Hoffas teamsters union has withdrawn under fire from the International Transport Workers Federation it was learned Hoffa formally quit the global union group before it acted on a demand that the teamster be I Texaa Governor Price Daniel expelled on corruption charges wjj head a group of dignitaries as they were from the AFLCIO and officials of the oil industi Industry Leaders Will Visit Corsicana Oil i Centennial Set in in an Oil Centennial Celebration Hoffa informed the ITF He will partlci utive committee at its meeting pate by long distance in London early this week that Key feature of the celebration he would stop submitting dues will be the sending of a capsule pending solution of our differthrough Magnolia Pipe Line ences with the AFLCIO here Companys 20inch pipe line in from Corsicana to railroad unions in the inwhere Edwin Drake first ternational organization workdiscovered oil 100 years ed to get the ITF to investigate The capsule will carry letters corruption charges against Hofof congratulations from the fas Governors of the 35 petroleum Labor sources said Hoffas producing including Alas action was equivalent to sayka to lhe Govfrnor of 1 4 4 fi ing You cant fire me I re The 1250mile journey by pipe line will take one Hoffa himself implied that the the Ttus withholding of dues would only will signal the kickoff of be Ol1 Celebration The international union Interstate Oil Comiact withholding its per capita commission has arranged for See Page 8 the letters from the Other state officials besides Governor Daniel who nre parti cipating in the events here are General Ernest chairman of the Texas Rail road Commission William Mur member of the com and Judge Mor presiding Texas Court of Criminal Oil Industry officials who will take part are president of Magnolia Petroleum company John re tired vice president of Standard Oil company of New Jersey Whcelock and Corsicana independent oilmen president ol Magnolia Pipe Line company and vice presi dent of Magnolia Petroleum Some 300 oilmen and busi ness leaders over the country are expected to National sponsor of the event Tuesday is an organization called Oil Centennial of which is headed by Ned former president of the National Safety Governor Daniel and Dear born will participate from Aus tin and Titusville through a tel ephone and loudspeaker setup which will tiein With Corsicana and a group of newsmen in New York General Ernest Thompson win represent the Governor at the Corsicana ceremony which will be hold at Magnolia Pipe Line Companys pump station at 11 He will place the letters in the capsule and start the pipe line on its Other events include a lunch eon given by the Corsicana Chamber of Commerce in the local Judge Mor rison will he the main speaker along in parade during May Day demonstration See OIL Page 8 In East Sign in the background reads EAST BERLIN MAY DAY DEMONSTRATION selfpropelled antiaircraft guns roll For a Free Demilitarized West Uni formed soldiers stand in the East German army units led a parade of more than a quarter million AP Wirephoto via radio from Berlin   

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