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i FBI ffil fflMl LAW HOFFA VICTOR Y CALLED CUSSES mi85-POUND ORB SHOT CONGRESS CHALLENGE! 1 PCI. M flt?4 W.LJ', McClellan Predicts Legislative Crackdown on Teamster Chief, Bossed Votes By Associated Press MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Oct. 4-Stubby, square - jawed Jimmy Hoffa today took over full control as president of the giant .Teamsters l'ninn mul pledged 0 turn the organization Into i "model of trade unionism." . The 44-year-old target of labor icandal charges was elected chief officer of the 1,500,000-member union by a tremendous margin of nearly 3 to 1 over the combined vote of two opponents. The election result, although a foregone conclusion, drew quick condemnation from Senator McClellan (D-Ark), chairman of the Senate Rackets Committee. McClellan,- in Washington, said: "The election of Mr. Hoffa is an arrogant defiance of the AFL-CIO and the directive of its Executive Council to the International Teamsters Union to 'clean house.' " The senator declared the election is also a challenge to Congress to enact laws that will protect rank and file union members from "gangsterism and tacketecr control." Predicts Congress to Act "I firmly believe the Congress will accept and meet the chal lenge," said McClellan, adding that Hoffa will be recalled before! the Senate committee but that f o r(f (few J Jtffc. fcU&:Afe (MAYBE ASIAN) NO W CIRCLING EAR TH 7,000 Absentees Listed by Schools Throughout State During Past Week jovirT sAmuns motaw own MAY A PPM rWJCf OCT. 5 7 1 Mec?w : TEAMSTERS VICTORY FAMILY - Retiring President Dave Beck (left) raises the hand of James R. Hoffa who was elected yesterday AP Wiruhoto as president of the Teamsters Union. At right is Mrs. Hoffa. Crisis Little Rock About one in every 10 Delaware school children (or about 7.000 youngsters missed classes this week as a seasonal virus or some type of presently unidentified flu ' "bug" knocked local learning for a loss. School officials from one end of the state to the other acknowledged the obvious presence of some kind of disease as illustrated by the marked increase in absenteeism, since Monday. Meanwhile, another sharp rise in the number of Asian flu cases around the nation was reported bv the Public Health Service yesterday in its weekly summary. Vp 200,000 in Nation The service estimated a jump of 200,000 new cases last week bringing the cumulative total since early June to 422,650. The previous week's summary listed an increase of 100,000 cases ana the week before that, 50,000. Local school officials hastened to point out that they were of the opinion that the "bug" responsible I jd 5c mats 1 - uMy yk U. S. Beaten in Race ; Weight of 23-Inch Diameter Globe Amazes Scientists Compiled From Dispatches MOSCOW. Saturday, Oct. 5 the soviet union annouh ce rTTfw day it has the world's first artificial moon streaking around the I globe 560 miles out in space. i A multiple-stage rocket launched the earth satellite yes-" terday, the Russians said, shoot ing it upward at about five miles per second. They said the satellite, a globe described as 23 inches in diameter and weighing 185 pounds, can be seen in its brbit with glasses and followed by radio through instruments it carries. (Radio signals on the wave length of the Soviet moon-sounding as a deep "beep, beep, beep" were picked up by RCA engineers and the AP Wirfphoto Man THIS GLOBAL PROJECTION illustrates the orbit of the earth satellite reportedly launched by Russia yesterday. The satellite is expected to pass over most of North America. Moscow Radio said it takes one hour and 35 minutes to make a complete circuit of the eartH. It is expected to pass polar regions in a north-south direction. Othcz stories and picture nbout 'Russia's man-made moon appear on Page .'. satellite was sighted for the first time by a Terre Haute, Ind., moonwatch team.) In thus announcing the. launch ing of the first earth satellite ever put in globe-girdling orbit

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  1. The Morning News,
  2. 05 Oct 1957, Sat,
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