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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Sunday with scattered thunder storms rather windy and warmer this af Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 j 11 12 1 2 83 87 89 90 91 92 93 Complete Weather Report on Market Homt of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornind LieLht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 18 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS I w T BARUCH VISITS SIR Winston is on hand to greet his American financier Bernard on the steps of the former British premiers country Chartwell at Eng Baruch is on a sixweeks visit to CAP Wirephoto by radio from London Many June 27 airliner that crashed near here kill Ing 68 persons in the worst air accident in Italian came within a few yards of causing many more The Chicago bound TWA super which dis integrated after being struck by plunged to earth 30 feet from a farm house where 23 Italians had sought shelter from a Bits of wreckage fell within 50 yards of a tubercu losis sanatorium housing sev eral hundred sick All of the planes 59 passen eight and 9 crewmen were At least 31 and perhaps as many as 37 of the victims were Today workers began the grini of recovering the charred remains of the vic tims from the mass of molten steel that was all that left of the big fouren gined The plane crashed 12 minutes after taking off from Milan with a heavy fuel Eye witnesses said lightning hit a setting the plane on fire In the Despite heavy thunderstorm it took firemen almost two hours to quench the fuel fed flames that licked the de Italian soldiers and police threw a cordon around the wreckage to preserve possible evidence for the officials who will investigate the Martyn assistant See Page 0 Texas Second In Polio Cases June 27 The Public Health Service said Friday Texas stands sec ond among the states in the number of polio cases reported last The state had 11 of them Iowa was first with Texas has 102 cases for the compared with 99 at this time last LITTLE June 27 Orval Faubus Friday night told graduates of a segregated school he sponsored they may have set new educational The Governor told 196 grey and scarletrobed seniors from Raney High School they played an important role in a great struggle against racial integra And if the federal courts do not relent from integration Prince Edward County Closes Public Schools June UPI Strongly segregationist Prince Edward County decided Friday to close down all its public schools in final defiance against Supreme Court ordered The move came shortly before the Supreme Court turned down a lastditch plea from the Prince Edward School board for a delay of integration pend ing one last The county board of supervis ors thus climaxed an eight yearold racial crisis by formal ly and finally deciding to close all the 21 public schools in the It was the first such final action in the Only an llth hour appeal from the promised by Attor ney Oliver Hill of could keep the more than negro students and whites in the county from hav ing their public education end The whites will switch to pri See Page 9 Raney High may be only the first in a widespread private school not only in but throughout the South and the Fau bus You were the the unfortunate victims a great he But your role an important And somebody loves How could you ever doubt it with all that has been done for you Raney High was organized and opened within 40 days after Faubus closed four public high schools here against Integra About in contribu tions poured in after Faubus made a personal appeal for the The governor directed his 40 minute speech to the See Page 9 Changes Due In 5fi Years LOS June 27 scientist has predict ed that in 2009 AD the United States will have a population of 350million persons and that 200milIion automobiles will be in James Banner made his predictions to delegates to the United Auto Workers Union Region 6 Education Conference at the StatlerHllton He also predicted that with in the net 50 years rail shipping will be supplanted by conveyor belt systems and trucks personal air travel will increase 20 times nuclear ener gy will fill the gap created by declining oil and the greatest problem will be in finding skilled workers to run the highly technical Sick Teamster Seen Fishing June 27 UPI suntanned tuna who is also a top teamster may get hook ed by the Senate rackets com mittee lor angling when he should have been Chief Counsel Robert Ken nedy said he believed the team Raymond Cohen of Phila could be con tempt of the committee for fail ing to show up for a hearing He said the committee re ceived a letter from Cohens Sam reporting that Cohen had a severe virus infection and was under doc tors orders to stay in bed for a The dated June was accompanied by an affida vit by a physician attesting to Cohens But Kennedy said the com mittee also had received infor mation that Cohen was out on his yacht taking part in a tuna fishing tournament off Atlan tic He said a committee aide was on the dock there when the boat landed Friday and spotted Cohen looking auntanned and J Chairman John McClellan immediately ordered both Cohen and his attorney subpenaed for an appearance Monday to explain whether Cohen was fishing for healths secretarytreasurer of Philadelphia Local 107 and an international trustee of the un declined last year to tell the committee whether union funds were used for a downpayment on his the Cohen is one of a number of teamster officials whose activi ties are being reviewed by the committee as a challenge to union President James Hof fas cleanup Two and a half years after the Senate LaborManagremen Committee began investigating Hoffa still promises to drive racketeers from office in his Teamsters His story is the do it in his own good Hoffa told the committee Fri day he has the power and the authority to do it but will not act until the committee ends its His promise drew a scornful retort from John Ken nedy I have no hope of your ever cleaning up the Kennedy McCiellan has charged re peatedly that Hoffa is so hem med in by mobster allies that he couldnt clean up the union if he wanted The committee named a long string of union officials with long criminal records who have pleaded the Fifth Amendment as Their crimes in clude murder and Hoffa said he would attend to them in due includ ing Sam president of New York Local who draws his union salary and expense account while serv ing a jail term for When the final chapter is closed this we will then take up one by one these Hoffa You said the same thing two and a half years Senator Kennedy Hoffa acknowledged he has invested in a Teams ter antiracketeerlng committee consisting principally of former George Bender of See Page SAYS RUSSIA ALSO MEETS WITH DELAYS Conad Granted Special Powers Against Attack June 27 UPI Defense Secretary Neil McElroy reported today that both the United States and Rus sia are having serious trouble getting their intercontinental ballistic missiles on a war ready Bace Still Close He revealed that there would be a delay of at least 60 days in putting ICBMs in an opera tional state but said the Soviet Union also was having serious trouble with its He said the two countries may still be neckandneck in the race to get the deadly oceanspanning weapons ready for McElroy discussed the missile program with newsmen during the annual conference of high defense officials at this Marine In the first break in the sec recy which had surrounded the threeday he also an nounced that the Joint Chiefs of Staff had granted extraordin ary powers to the Continental Air Defense Command to step up defenses against a missile at Suspend Testing McElroys announcement about thedelay in mounting operatiori Page 4 Relief Driver Trapped In Cab Flipped Truck A relief driver for an inter state truck loaded with fat cat tle was pinned under an over turned truck for 2 12 hours Saturday morning and escaped with only badlyb ruised toes of his right The 47 head of cattle were scattered on the highway and were still being sought shortly before noon Sat Francis Boyd Route was asleep in the sleeper cab at the time the fifth wheel of the In ternational 1953 causing the ve hicle to go out of control and overturn into the ditch on the west side of Highway 14 two miles south of Lowell Frank Lau the escaped The accident occurred at a short distance south of the Southern Pacific Lines truck highway patrolmen and others worked to extricate The cattle wandered in all directions following the acci adding to traffic They were reported in Limestone and Freestone coun See Page 8 Excise Levies Compromise Puts Cuts In Future By LIVINGSTONE June 27 A compromise tax bill holds prospects of a cut next year in the federal 10 per cent tax on telephone charges and in bus and airplane ticket Senate and House conferees j Friday approved the compromise bill which continues Korean wartime corporate income and excise tax rates for another These taxes drop to pro Korean levels at midnight Tuesday unless a new law is The conferees sent back to the Senate and House bill which In Us immediate simply continue taxes without change until June Then a decision on chang ing tax rates would again come before Conferees abandoned Senate passed proposals which would have 1 repealed the 4 per cent stock dividend income 2 repealed the entire 30 per cent communications and passenger transportation and 3 Increased federal wel fare assistance grants to the states by 142 million dollars a The House hill was limited to continuation of the 52 per cent Bee Page 4 irst urdl WALKO ORTHODOX JEWS BUILDING VILLAGE TO ESCAPE SLUMS NEW YORK Brooklyn congregation of Orthodox fearful that their present liv ng area is destined to become surrounded by will make mass migration to a new life n the green fields of Frank lin in Sussex Some families of Con gregation Yetyev Lev the largest Hasidlc fundamen talist congregation in the Unit ed plans the 50mile Burma Rejects Right To Asylum Soviet June 27 Burmese govern ment announced today it does not recognize the American Em bassys right to grant asylum to Soviet diplomat Alexander who took re fuge there June The government statement came after Ambassador Walter McConnaughty called on Burmese Foreign Minister U Chan Htoon Aung to notify him of the Russian diplomats Since the government does not recognize the right of any Embassy or legation In Rangoon to afford asylum which covers the govern ment statement Kazna See Page 4 Hawaii Voting On Statehood M June 27 UPI Hawaii voters go to the polls today in predicted record num bers to vote yes or no on whe ther they want the 50th star on Old They also will nominate candidates for Con gress and state There was little doubt the islanders would vote a resound ing yes to the three questions they are required to answer af firmatively on the ballot be fore statehood can be conferred upon Within 10 days after todays if the results are affirma tive as William Quinn will certify to President Elsenhower that the plebiscite results are The Presi dent will then proclaim an Hawaiian Admission of ficially marking the 50th states entry into the Quinn said Friday he wouUl report personnally to the Presi dent on about July move after building their own They currently live in Wil a section of Brook lyn formerly inhabited almost entirely by tens of thousands of Orthodox In recent most of the population of Williamsburg has moved to nearby To remain posed a Most of the Williamsburg area is now bounded by Some new mostly tall Is being built to replace slum But skyscraper housing could create awkward problems for the congregation with its strict For example on the which is the day is spent in and No UBO of gas or elec tricity Is Suppose some of the families Sec Page 4 Italy Want Conference Before Geneva June 27 UPI France and Italy today called for a meeting of Western for eign ministers in Geneva prior to the resumption July 13 of the Big Four talks The call came in an official communique issued at the end of a fourday official visit to Italy by French President Charles De The communique proposed hat Italian Foreign Minister Gieuseppe Pella should attend such a meeting with the foreign ministers of Great Brit the United States and pre sumably West The communique also called for greater cooperation between the Western European nations in aiding underdeveloped na The rest of the communique was couched in very general terms stressing the need for See Page 8 Bolivia Says Revolt Crushed LA June 27 troops backed up by airborne reinforcements have smashed a oneday rebellion in he rich oil city of Santa the government said A government radio broadcast om the southeastern oil cen ter said revolt leaders has fled and order There were no reports of further NEW June Four negro youths were held for a grand jury on rape charges A doctor testified that the 14yearold white victim ap parently was a virgin before the June 18 in a school Peter Milazzo testified in the second day of a court hearing in the He said he examined the girl the day after the attack and her gen eral appearance suggest ed virginity had been present very Queens Adolescent Court Mag istrate Milton Solomon refused to reduce tho bail for each of the telling de fense lawyers sternly since I heard the Im Inclined to make it This said the magis believes in reclamation and regeneration of pro vided the crime la not of bru tality and There Is sufficient evidence in this case that each of the de fendants is guilty of the charg es as set forth in the and that there was violence and brutality The court hearing was to de termine if there was sufficient evidence to hold the four for a grand To be tried on a charge of rape in New York state a defendant must first indicted Conviction on charge of firstdegree the charge See Page June 27 gen eral tax heavy with pro posed sales tax survived its first test todny as the House met in an unusual Sat urday By a 11114 vote the members refused to accept an amend ment by Jerry that would have had the effect of killing immediately the Im tired of compromise com mittees and politically dilly dallying Sadler Lets kill this bill right Then we can come back Mon go into a committee of the whole House and write a good tax Lubbock argued If you want to throw us into a third special you just vote with Tony Fcnogllo of No See ETSLATUREPa 4 By JAMES KILGAIXEN NEW Juno 27 UP Eisenhower called on stnel labor anil man agement today to continue to bargain without Interruption of Steel Union President rucDonahl announced he had accepted tho FrosUIcntH McDonald snid the steel workers will extend for two without pre judice or the ngrooments with tho 32 steel companies which would other wise expire on June Blanchard of Negro Robber Fatally Stabs While Woman NEW June UPI The attractive young wife of a State Department Interpreter was fatally stabbed Friday night while trying to fight off a teen age girls holdup attempt in an empty Brooklyn subway The alleged a 17 yearold negro was seized early several hours after the and admitted the police She was to be charged with The Beatrice a secretary for a New York public relations was awaiting a subway train to her Queens home when the girl approached and grabbed for Rocks police When Rock resisted and the girl plunged a knife in her back and po lice A Bubwfiy passenger saw Rock lying at the bottom of a stairway and called She was taken to a hospital in the belief she had died of natural doctors then found the knife wound in tho Police questioned about 50 persons living in the vicinity of Sec Page 9 Psychiatrists Treating Long By JACK FOX June Earl fresh ly out of a mental roar ed away from Covlngton in a black limousine today to his farm in 150 miles Two phychlatrists attending Long at his own request an nounced he was off to spend the weekend at his tinroofed home where he suffered a heart attack in 1950 while chasing a hog up a They said their understanding was that he would return Mon day to but it is sub ject to of Long roared away from the Pine Manor Motel here waving his big straw hat out the window of hln limousineTwo men were In the One was a psychiatrht assigned to stay with him at but the other passenger was not identi put himself under almost complete control of psy chiatrists while political enemies talked of Impeaching The psychiatrists prescribed complete rest for Long and it would be easier for him to get rest in Winnfield than in Cov His tinroofed home in Wlnnfleld is at the end of a dirt road and Its compara tively easy to keep reporters and visitors away from Long forced his way out of the southeast Louisiana fmentol hospital Friday by firing the superintendent of that hospital and the director of all state owned Ho then replaced them with two men who were willing to say he is sane and a district judge ordered him released from the hospital where he had spent eight without he sum moned in three top fill of whom had publicly said Long needed to he In a mental hospital and voluntarily put him self under their The psychiatrists ordered Paul Pratt of East Loutaarta State Hospital to go with Long whereever he goes and not let him become Long ob viously was doing exactly as he was At least one a polit ical said it was high time the legislature started im peachment Speaker of the State House of Representatives Robert Angelle that I dont think any sense in even dis cussing such a thing at this The big majority of the Houao is of the same opinion that I I talked to Governor Long yesterday and he has promised to have medical attention and I think he will be a well man and back in Baton Rouge tho capital The psychiatrists made it plain they will stand for no foolish ness from Long and ordered seven or eight days of rest with only essential Even Long was expected to take revenge on others he regarded as responsible for put ting him Longs own evaluation of his mental condition was that he has never been Insane a second in his But he gave in to meek obedience to orders of the Long filled the vacant hospital positions with men who signed a statement that he was sane and there was nothing for Dis trict Judge Robert Jones to do but order him See Page North Texans Cleaning Up In Storms Wake By Tho Associated Press North Texas cleaned up Sat urday debris left by the latest round of which swept through the area during the A small tornado ripped across a wooded area north of Gainoa near the Oklahoma The wind stripped brick veneer from tho roof and walls and smashed windows In the Veterans of Foreign Wars Trees also Two inches of rain fell nt Gainesville between 8 and the Wcnther Bureau raising the citys total for the day to Gainesville police said a tor See Pago 4 4 Airmen Die In Jet Crashes SAN June 27 UPI An Air Force recovery team today reached the wreck age of an RBG6 Reconnaissance bomber in rugged brush and hill country 27 miles northwest of Sun The Jet plane crashed late Friday night and killed throe Within an hour after the bomber a T33 jot train er crashed while trying to land at Randolph Air Force Base and killed 1st Roy Bowings of Great Bowings was ferrying the jet from Oak to Homestead The RBfifi was flying from Langley to Kelly San when witnesses said H burst into lames and Flying conditions were good at the NEW June 27 The United Stoelworkers Union and tho steel agreed today to resume their interrupted contract talks in an effort to avoid a nationwide strike at midnight Union President David Mc Donald dropped his demand for facetoface meetings xvlth the chief executives of the 12 major steel and offered to resume negotiations with managements fourman bargaining Industry Ready The 12 companies replied In a Communication to McDonald that their bargaining team was ready to resume Joint We have been standing ready to meet with you at any and will continue to do We neither propose nor ac ccpt specified conditions under which we We will await your the Industry state ment In PresidentEi senhower called on steel labor and management today to con tinue without a See Page 8 Industry Now Taking Steps For Shutdown June 27 UPI Tho steel industry moved cautiously today toward a planning it for the last possible moment in tho hope a strike set for Tuesday could jbe Nearly all the major com panies scheduled tho banking of blast furnaces for Monday and the emptying of open last step prior to a for some time Tuesday even as late as only a few hours bo fore tho Tuesday midnight strike The steel which have been operating at high levels In recent were making certain no production tlmo would he lost In the event of a lastminute The stoel whose rest lessness triggered a rash of strikes in several areas the past also were hope ful of continued Most of the strikes were short Sec Pago 9 GOVERNOR LONG AFTER BEING Go Earl the court at a frei man after a habeas corpus hearing during which he gained h release from a mental The man with him was not Ide AP Wirephoto i t   

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