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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and mild through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I U I 12 I I 3 58 I 64 68 70 I 72 74 76 Complete Weather Report en Market T T MHomeofthe DailySunandSemiWeekly LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March 30 Stocks Lower trading gov ernments mill CHICAGO Wheat Mixed new crop months moderate cash higher with steers steady to BO cents lower top MARCH 1959FOURTEEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS American Might Can Destroy Soviet Forces Now Rejects Dictation From Red Chinese CUPKIf Df Am ALSO DENIES CHARGE AID GIVEN TIBET India Parliament Shows Sympathies Are With Rebels NEW March 30 Minister Jawa harlal Nehru told Communist China today it could not dictate to He also denied Peip ing charges that the Tibetan rebels were operating from In dia Peipings formal charges against India has brought rela tions between the countries to a new low and todays session of Parliament was a shouting desk pounding one in which sympathies were clearly with the Tibetan Words Cautious There were predictions the Tibetan revolt would lead to a major shift in Indias neutralist foreign policy but Nehrus state jnents today were cautiously He said India should have friendly relations with Red He was cheered he said Peiping could not dictate to New Peiping which had cau ttoned India not to discus Chinas internal affairs in announced toda the Puppet Panchen Lama ha accepted acting premiership o Tibet and promised to turn th theocracy into a Communis Stage Demonstrations in New Delhi and Calcutta against th feed Chinese moves against Ti bet and the Hundreds of members of th Jan Sangh party staged a three mile procession through th streets of New carryinj placards and shouting slogan against Communist Th See Page 2 Navy Readying Task Force For West Pacific SAN March 3 task force of attac transports and landing ship was preparing today for de ployment to the Western Paci ie on April Charles E King skipper of the Pacifi fleets amphibious squadroi said the 15 ships would be mad ready for any H said the force could embark be twen and marine complete The marines will not remal aboard the King note but will embark from the 3r Marine Division at Okinaw when LebaneseJtype crises are th principal mission of the amph bious task force Kin Were in a positto to handle the applyin the necesary force to the o King recalled that He bert commande of the Pacific warned la I week that Russsia very easi I could stir up trouble in the Fa East if the tension eased If the Marines are calle King Well b the ones to put them Arrests Smash Mexico Strike County Voters Approve Dam Tax Moscow Accepts Geneva Meet LYNDON JOHNSON KEEPING BUSY LIKE A CANDIDATE By CLAYTON HICKEKSON AP Staff Writer Lyndon the Unit ed States Senates majority lead er who say he doesnt want to be toured the route of candidates over the Easter weekend in Johnson was guest of honor Saturday night in Abilene at a fundraising He dedicated a National Guard armory Sunday morning in Min WARNING CAME TOO of Amarillo didnt see the warning sign at a railroad crossing in Dallas until it was too The trucktrailer carrying pounds of wheat was upended and a box car derailed in the Keller escaped without in MEXICO March 30 A potential crippling strike ome observers believe could lave involved many unions was lelieved smashed today by government action n an illegal nation The explosive railroad strike which paralyzed Easter holiday raffic apparently has been halted by sweeping arrests of eftist rail union leaders and Texas Violence Claims 18 lives backers estimated at as many By The Associated Press At least 18 10 of Benjamin director he governmentoperated jaid in a nationwide radio iroadcast Sunday night the strike had been broken and that rail already haltingly would get back to nor mal this The railway headed by eftist Demetrio had jeen promised support of other eftist union leaders of the tele oil workers and others who caused 1958 dis But when the railway strike which mushroomed from a walkout on two minor lines in a nationwide walkout Sun the government acted so forcefully that only one of the other union leaders had time to He was Ignacio Hernandez Al known as of the oil He attempted to incite a sympathy walkout at the huge Atzcapotzalco refinery and was promptly arrested and the meeeting broken Newspapers reported that the See RAIL Page 12 WIRED KITE FATAL ert tried using wire instead of string to fly his kite Easter A neighbor told police Robert was knocked six feet when the wire struck a high voltage power He was dead on arrival at Peninsula Hospital in nearby Burlingame despite artificial respiration ad ministered by Deadly Cobra h Stolen From Cab Of Truck SAN March 30 12foot King one of the worlds deadliest was stolen from the cab of a truck early today on San them in traffic died over the weekend in Texas vio The death count was started at 6 Friday and continued until midnight Latest violent deaths recorded included Danny Ray was killed when he was struck by a car while running across a street in Van Zandt after taking part in an 3aster egg George Clifton died in a shoot ng Sunday that occurred in a small downtown Fort Worth ho Police held a hotel resident n the Ed 31yearold Ker mit was shot to death in wi Kermit Sunday Police Lamb said he was taking the held another negro against along with a Dlamond whom they said charges would fcack rattlesnake and an Afri Handicapped Children Clinic Set Tuesday The Navarro County Therapy Center will use a free handi capped childrens evaluation clinic here Tuesday as means of searching out other disabled youngsters in this and sur rounding counties for whom the center can perform a service in furthering their rehabilitation It begins Tuesday at 1 a headquarters in the Corsicana Hospital and The therapy center associa tion has obtained the services of a specialist in the William Waco ortho pedic to make exami nations of youngsters brought to the clinic and evaluate their therapeutic needs in accordance with what can be done for them through the Corsicana Children sought by this clinic are those not already enrolled in some other therapy center or under the State Health Depart ments crippled children pro All citizens are urgently re See Page 2 Franciscos Main Police immediately shoot to kill orders issued at the request of the Scott operator of a Mor gan Hill snake Ive seen a cobra and it takes under half an hour for that venom to kill a Lamb told And one drop of it would kill an can to snake farm at Grants He said he parked his truck in front of the Paramount The be Locadio of White flat in the West Texas county of was killed whn his car flipped over while shortly before 1 to Sheriff Zink Wilson said young1 register at a He called a garage and requested a seclud ed parking spot because of the Lamb said the cobra was in March cotton sack inside a crate on a firejthe front seat of his Ho carried 3yearold Debbie said he locked the but that See Page 2 Rescue Fatal Texan Killed In Japan Crash March Air Force said two air men were killed today in a T3 trainer crash near Johnson Air 25 miles northwest of The dead were Identified as Jack ol the and Joe of Oslv Rhiley is survived by his wife the former Loyce of Fort oral And Sunday night he spoke at the 50th anniversary dinner of a San Antonio syna The senator from who las been speaking more like a Westerner in recent weeks than a took occasion at Abilene to point out Democratic See Page 12 Republicans Are Challenged By Mansfield March Senate Demo cratic Leader Mike replying to a Republican blast said today the nation is lucky to have four possible Democratic presidential candidates handling major Issues in the Mansfield defended the four Democratic senators in com menting on a statement issued by Republican National Chair man Meade Alcorn said Senate had een converted into a rimary for at least four can idates for the 1960 Democratic residential ri o m I n a 11 o Hi amed Lyndon John on Stuart Symington John Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey In the welter of maneuver 0 stop Kennedy and stop ymington and stop Johnson nd stop Humphrey the nation 1 interest is bound to Vlcorn The GOP chairman said near y three months of jockeyln or headlines by the fou Democrats had yielded littl egislative action on basic issues Mansfield retorted that It 1 xtremely fortunate that Amei March 30 UP oviet Russia today handed otes to the Big Three Western owers agreeing to an East est foreign ministers confer nee beginning in Geneva May Tass Agency Tass skid according to in ormation the Soviet overnment agreed to attend he parley in order to consider uestions concerning ncludlng the peace treaty with ermany and the Berlin ques Tass said Soviet Foreign linister Andrei Gromyko re eived the British and Drench ambassadors and hand d them the Soviet notes in cans can place such great re See Page 12 Three Counties Cannings Gain Ellis and Hill coun ics cotton production in 195 ixcccded that of whil limestone and Freestone coun ies cotton ginning was les according to y the Jean Van Cise from her burn ing home Seconds la ter he slumped over the apparent victim of a heart at Firemen said a cigaret ap parently set fire to a lltLi y ill G They estimated damage at Poisonous the lock on one side was de When Lamb returned to his the crate containing the cobra was Painted on sign reading the crate was a Cobra Deadly Japan To Appeal Ruling March 30 UPI Judge Aklo Date ruled to day the presence of American troops in Japan violates this countrys fostered no war dismissing charges against seven leftist rioters in the Tokyo district said the Japanese security treaty which calls for the sta tioning of American forces in Japan is Upheld Elsewhere A Justice Ministry spokes Hi a n immediately dismissed Dates ruling as absolutely un He pointed out that the Japanese courts have upheld the constitutionality of the security pact in ruling after The ministry was expected to go to the Japanese Supreme court if necessary to reverse Dates The defendants acquitted by date were members of the left ist mobs that battled Japanese police at Sunakawa intermit tently for a year in an effort prevent prolongation of the runways at Americas Tachi kawa Reds Defendants The prosecution had asked that each of the seven men be sent to jail for six The defendants included union lead er Shigeru Sakata and Gentaro secretary general of a Communistline student The court ruling endangered the foundation of the Japan mutual security arrange The Justice Ministry was expected to fight the case to the Supreme if neces to get a A Justice Ministry spokes man the government absolutely cannot accept such a The diet has ap proved the security pact and there have been any number of court decisions based upon its Zengo professor of jurisprudence at Hitotsu bashi a judgment rejecting the treaty is in itself But Defense Counsel Fukichi Umlno was This is the first time a just decision has been handed down on the security he Rejects Arguments in his said the court could not be influenc ed by the argument that with drawing security troops from Japan would leave Japan in a state of military vacuum and they had to remain in Rejecting the arguments of the Japanese government that the article nine of the constitu tion by which Japan renounced the means of war did not apply to a defensive the judge Article nine of the constitu tion does not permit aggres sive of or even war for defense or the possession of war potential for This is based on the will of the Japanese the interpretation of article nine ot the constitu tion cannot end in mere out ward grasp of words nor should it be Influenced by the policy argument that the sta tioning of troops is neces sary in order to prevent a military vacuum in our coun Article one of the Japan security treaty considers the garrison forces as not only necessary to the defense of Japan but for the United States to maintain internation al peace and security in the Far This makes it pos sible that they will be sent outside the Japan area and there is the possibility that our country will be involved in an armed struggle of no direct re lation to this See Page 2 NEW Red Chines set up the Panchen Communist rival of the Dala head of a new re gime in rebellious Th shake up was announced by China Premier Chou AP figures release Department Bureau of the Cen this The first numbers followln he counties is the 1958 figui vhile the second is that o 957 Ellis and Na varro and HI and and and Henderso county to the east produces s ittle cotton that Its productio s always carried in All Oth crs category and is not lis d separately as a eply to the three otes of March Western The notes had differences in but all looked beyond h e foreign ministers con erence to a summit meeting atcr in the The Soviet government ressed regret in Its notes that complete mutual under landing cached f Poland and Czechoslovakia The Allies have suggested the wo Communist nations should has not yet been on the participation oin the later stages of the Moscow said It considers 1 See Page 2 lough Algerian Guerrilla Chief Shot By French March Colonel most ruthless and sucoessfu guerrilla leader In wa shot to death by French troop the French Army an nouriced Amirouches exploits had mad him a hero to Moslem Algerian and the mostwanted man In A jeria to the Another rebel SI Ha died later of wounds re ceived in the same gun battlr French sources Six othe Algerian rebels were killed o Only 33 years of age when h Amirouche had been guerrilla since the early day of the Algerian H took to the hills with a band o followers In October 1054 whe the National Liberation Front FLN called for an allout struggle against the With his French military training ho proved Invaluable lo I he robe and in 1356 was given command of one of the six wilayas districts In to which the rebels divided the Amirouche and his men be came known for their ruthless not only against the French but against fellowMoslems who did not too the FLN Algerians who did not aid the rebels were shot to death in When French troops discovered a mass grave In which 400 Algerians were buried last they attributed the execution of his fellowcountry men to Navarro county property tax aying voters Saturday approv d by a decisive margin the pro osed levying of a maintenance ax for the small detention dam rogram as sponsored by the oil Conservation Com lete unofficial returns as tabu atcd by the Corsicana Daily sun Saturday night showed here were votes for the proposal and 499 against The Navarro county commis loners court was scheduled to anvass and declare the official esults in a special meeting Mon lay at 1 United With Trinity The Soil Conservation service low will intensify and stepup ts program of dams on creeks md other Navarro county treams in its soilsaving cam paign which ties in with and is a part of the overall Trinity River valley conservation pro It also apparently cinches he spending of in excess of earmarked for Navarro which hinged m the maintenance The tax as voted Saturday annot exceed two cents on the 5100 valuation on county rendi ions on the tax and wil e levied as needed by the com mlssioricrs Ward 4 First The first box reported came See Page 12 Weather Hakes Disaster Worse On Madagascar Madagascar March Torrentia rains pouring down for the fifth straight day today worsened th flood and hurricane disaste hlch has hit At least persons wer homeless in Tananarive alone and more than 120 were known Madagascars Premie Philibert Tisranana called th series of hurricanes and flood a disaster unprecedented in th islands The Frenchle troops and battalions of relle workers were fighting back wit every means Rampaging rivers deallh deal and destruction in wide of this Floridasized island of southeast Africas Aladngascars weather burea held out hope this morning tha the rain may let up by Tuesday a newlylndepen dent republic within the Fronc Overseas has cal ed for help from France an her community Ciiy Official Dies Suddenly UP Fred a city com died unexpectedly tc apparently of a heart a He collapsed while bad ing his car from the postoffic Vaughan was a certified pu lie He was the so of and Vaugha of Survivors include his wido and two one in high scho and the other in elementar SNEAK BLOW NOT ENOUGH TO PREVENT Texan Complains Joint Chiefs Not Agreed On Details By The Associated Press The nations military chiefs old the free world today that American atom and grow ng missile might can break the oviet Unions her many times the opens World War The asurance came as mem ers of the 15natlonal North Treaty Organization repared to open Thursday a trategy conference here mark ng the 10th anniversary of the Notice To Reds By Intent or the oberly confident statements put lie Soviet Union on notice the Western Big Three will be lead ng from strength If they take eats at a summit conference his Secretary of Defense Nell McElroy told a Detroit audl nce America has airborne nu lear poised and n sufficient force to destroy t he Soviet Union If It should attack Mobile Forccx It Is McElroy with mobile forces which have proved their ability to land by air or sea and stamp out brush Ire wars in the worlds far A more though near ly picture of Amer can strength was painted in by the chiefs of the uniformed services before the Houes Defense Appropriations subcommittee in January and The cutdown tran script was released over the Arlelgh chief of naval asserted that f the Soviet Union launches See Page 2 Dulles Ponders Future During Florida Stay March of State John Foster Dulles flew to Florida oday to recuperate mas sive radiation treatments for cancer and to ponder a decision whether to remain in the cabi The 71yearold secretary was accompanied by his a doc and a small The party took off at EST aboard the presiden tial plane Columbine as a light rain fell from murky skiesi was scheduled to arrive In Palm Beach Air Force Base about From Dulles was to motor about 40 miles to the Hobe Sound resi dent of Undersecretary of State Douglas Dillon where the secretary will spend an indcfl ite Dulles was thin after nls stay of more than a month in Wal ter Reed Army But he ippoared in good Dulles is expected to announce jhortly after his return to Wash ington whether he will return lo his post President Eisenhow er has said ho will leave the decision up to Hosts NATO On 10th Birthday By LEWIS GULICK March 30 UP unique venture in Interna tional cooperation marks its 10th anniversary this It may chalk up many more birth days before the world changes enough to wipe out its reason for The lusty youngster is the North Atlantic The 15 members of Its North Atlan tic Treaty Organization are re turning to its Wash for a top level threeday meeting appropriate to the oc President Eisenhower will address the opening session Thursday As NATOs ruling its council composed of repre sentatives from each will have plenty of international problems to talk The del egations will be headed by the foreign A measure of NATOs impor tance U that it will deal with the top crisis of the the German Its short comings will be underlined by the fact that the basic decisions will still be made among the big making NATO a clearing house rather than pol As It now NATO holds out a shield of political and military unity safeguarding free Canada and the United States from Soviet ag NATOs enthusiasts credit it with thumping well worth the 25 billion dollars in aid to Europes defense during the decade plus 88 bil lions put in by the Europeans It was amid shock over speedy Communist expansion after World War II that the North Atlantic Treaty was sign esd in Washington April The multimillion dollar Mar shall Plan had boon formed to pump life into Europes ravaged It alone seemed not enough to stem the Red The short Washington treaty spoke of promoting understand ing of democracy and of wiping out economic But at tention has focused then and since on the members promise that an armed attack against one shall bo considered an arm ed attack against and on their pledge of ef fective mutual efforts to build up capacity to resist There were outcries against the not just from the Some Americans saw a bleeding of the taxpayers and a defiance of George Washing tons warning against entangling Some warweary Eu voiced fear of becom ing a frontline defense for the United Where pleas based on the common beliefs of free peoples on glowlnc international de See Page 12 March The powerful Italian Commu nist party today raised a storm of protest over a completion of an agreement for the stationing of Americanbuilt intermediate range ballistic missile squad rons in Final agreement on details of the project was made known Sunday night by the Italian For eign The foreign office did not say when the missiles would arriva In Italy or where they would be organ of the Italian Communist frontpaged the announcement and com mented that it was a bitter Eas ter The backed by massive propaganda from Mos have been against the set ting up of missile bases In The Communists during the Sea Page 12
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