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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 31, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL thunder storms this afternoon and early be coming partly cloudy and cooler late to night and Thermometer Readings 9 101 11 I 12 2 62 66 70 71 72 71 7B Complete Weather Beport on Market fflHameof the DailySunandSemiWeekly Mornin MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March Mixed selected issues in Bonds Mixed corporates commission house CHICAGO moderate Higher high er light to 75 cents lower top steers strong to weak top 254 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARCH 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS West Ministers Ponder Problems Chinese Reds Warn Outsiders UNEVEN fallen member of the Mexican Railroad Workers Union and a police man duel with their feet during a scuffle in which police broke up a meeting of union mem bers in Mexico Policeman at left holds a teargas gun end at right a union man is re strained by an officers hand grasping his Five hundred rail union leaders were under ar rest in Mexico as railroad operations were crip pled by AP Wirephoto Threeyear Research Brings Some TTafflcliliapsliied By IXHJIS CASSEM March 31 Amer icans were killed arid were injured In automobile ac Reducing this terrible toll has become a major national objec But little progress can be made in preventing accidents without eound knowledge about where and why they oc Some Contradictions The Bureau of Ptfblic Roads has just completed a threeyear study which was the most comprehensive attempt yet to substitute facts for op inions on highway The to be published soon support some longheld popu lar ideas about accidents but sharply contradict others Some of the most surprising discoveries concern the rela speed The bureau found that under good driving conditions thai on main opencountry high in daytime and in fair weather it is substantially safer to drive at a relatively high speed than to poke along at very slow Speed Relative Lest thBs finding be dan gerously it shoulc be emphasized at orice that the study confirmed what common sense already knew excessive Jy high speeds are hazardous See Page 2 Britons Plan Big Cargo Sub March 31 British engineering firm to day announced plans to bull the worlds first atomic carg vessel that coul revolutionize sea The Mitchell Engineering or ganization said it plans a 600foot nuclearpowere submarine that could trave under the ice into Canada Hudson Bay the year Valuable ores mined in th area build up during the win ter because surface vesse cannot get through the thic ice into the bay to transpor them to A spokesman for Mitche Engineering said the planne nicknamed t h Moby would cost aroun 54 million He said should be ready about Highway Deaths Continue Climb March j traffic toll went up in February for the second suaces ivs the National Safety Council reported Highway deaths in the first wo months of this year totaled the Council That was per cent more than the ecorded in the same period last The February increase was 2 deaths last month The Council estimated that here were disabling in uries in twomonth This sudden reversal of the traffic toll from steady 1m ADMIT TIBET REVOLT IS SMOLDERING Reported Trying To Catch Lama On His Flight By EARNEST HOBERECHT NEW March 31 China ad mitted today the Tibetan revo lution is still smoldering and warned foreign India against interfering in Chinas internal The warning broadcast by Violent Atlantic Stor m Raging Court Finds Tax Election Costly HARD LUCK OJV GETAWAY TRAPS POSTAL BURGLARS but See Four Odessa Leaders Die In Plane Crash March 31 our prominent Odessa men died today when their plane crashed and partially burned in a dense fog five miles north west of They were Harvey attornej and president of the Ector lounty Bar Kenneth Frank serv ice station owner and believec to be the pilot of the Royce Joe per sonnel director of the City Marvin Lewis as sistant manager of the Odessa Chamber of The plane had taken off a from the Ector Coun ty airport near It ran into heavy fog blanketing the Austin area and shortly afte 7 it radioed it was in trou The plane crashed on th grounds of the Capitol Citj Country A flaring gasoline fire wa quickly The four were en route t Austin to attend the weekl West Texas Chamber of Com merce breakfast for legislators See Page 2 provement over a twoyear period to a surprising upward surge of discourag in the Council The Council said that contrary j the national 17 states educed their highway deaths In anuary and February and 437 ities went through the two months without a single traffic This is definite if any verel that thetra jan be brought dowi If leople want to go to enough rouble to do the Council States with and the percentage were Mon off 29 per cent South Da 28 per cent Louisiana and 27 per cent 25 See Page 2 Plan Outlined For Local Safety Members of the Navarro Coun ty Traffic Safety Commission met with the new commission hero Monday at 2 and learned what they can do to aid the cause of traffic The meeting was held in the Civic Room of the First National Bank Bob Corsicana at Peiping radio coincided with reports the Dalai Lama was nearing the Indian border and that he might seek asylum in India once Indias position Believe Lama Safe The Chinese Communists were reported seeking to cut off the Dalai Lama in his flight to the border and unconfirmed said the Reds had drop ped paratroops south of the Brahmaputra river to try to cut him The London Dally Telegraph n a dispatch from Kalimpong said the Dalai Lama was be lieved to have crossed the great river into rebelheld areas the Chinese Reds have not previous ly managed to A group of 100 Tibetans called Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru today and handed him appeals asking him to take the Tibetan issue before the United March lice said today that two Dallas characters had lost loot valued in the thousands of dollars af ter a chain of hard luck inci dents led to their William and Milton were caught by Dallas and Hillsboro police and postal inspectors because of a faulty getaway from their burglary of a postofflce at Calm in Hill County last Held in the two also cleared half a dozen recent bur glaries in the Dallas Toone told postal Inspectors everything went well with tho postoffice burglary until the time for the Nehru Sees Delegation Nehru previously refused to meet the Tibetan delegations today they called at his Page 2 outlined a fivepoint program of personal and group action to aid In the and Ragsdale charged the mem bers of the commission with their first concrete assignmenl toward traffic The five points Gladney out lined were with observe the safety rules of a better driverli censing program on a state and be active in See Page 2 Asians React To Red China Tibet Tactics March 31 UPI Red Chinas image as a friendly model for neutral Asian nations was crumbling today under withering critic ism of its bloody tactics in Editorial writers from India to Indonesia attacked Peiping n unusually outspoken The restraint once shown in criticizing the Communist giant on the mainland was Forced conversion to Com munism at the point of the bay onet will not go down well In he neutral countries which are Chinas mainstay In interna tional said the influ ential Times of The ruthless suppression of the be re membered by Asia and the Expect Long Cancer Virus Fight Editors note Where sci ence stands in its efforts to conquer cancer is being laid out in depth in Excelsior by the top can cer It will be a sev enday covering the major divisions of can cer Following is the first dispatch of Delos Science who is one of those being By DELOS SMITH EXCELSIOR March 31 the ques tion of whether viruses cause cancer in human the scientific answer On the question of whether science will be able to do something about the answer is but its going to take a long These answers reflect the convictions and confidence ol top virus authorities assembled here by the American Cancer Society to make progress re ports on their side of the many sided campaign of science to lick the disease which is the No 2 killer of Obviously viruses do nol cause cancers In human beings the way virtues inflict with the common If they did there would be no human Cancercausing viruses lave to act in extremely com plicated and wellhidden Joseph Beard of Duke and and Seymour of the University of made these com plications and concealments dramatically fascinating In de scribing the takingapart of in dividual cells that were so de licate as to be almost incred Neither worked with human cancer cells since no one has ever made a positive identifica tion of a causative virus for human Sciences convic tion that there are such viruses is based upon there being more than 50 viruses which definite ly cause cancers in chick squirrels or observed par ticles in tissue cultures of hu man leukemia cells which he thought could be virus particles but the identification was any thing but Other scien tists on the same panel minim ized the possibility that the par lad never yet been found in human body Why should human body chemistry be exempt from such viral invasion It wouldnt be natural if it Beard sliced up the body cells of chickens which contained viruses that had caused those cells to be come Cohen got in side the cells of a particular kind of bacteria which were un der attack by a particular vir us specialized in those The common and wellknown such as polio and in fluenza kill the cells which they Beard show ed that this chicken virus by enslaving the cell rather than killing caused a complex of rather than one rela ticles were of a They emphasized viral that viruses the peoples of world and Pel pings action will not rebound to its said Japans nationally circulated Mainichi In New Ashok arliamentary leader of Indias 3raja socialist gave voice to a fear that hangs over many Asian nations Today it is Tommor jw it my be and the day after it may be Asias swift and negative re action to the Tibetan revolt added up to Peipings worst beating since it blossomed out as an Asian power at the Bandung conference of and possible since the regime came into being 10 years OutOfState Milk Controls Being Studied March 31 Iff The Senate Agriculture Committee began hearings today on a bil by Grady Hazlewood o Amarillo to require outofstat milk to meet the same rigid re quirements now in effect fo Texas produced Hazlewood said the Stat Health Department would locli he doors under some of th conditions milk Is produced it Wisconsin and H said cows and al livestock are permitted to b in the same barn as dairy cow and hogs are just outside th He said local health inspcc tors In those states certify the milk because their friends are they live up there and they know theyre sending tho milk 000 miles and nothing can be clone o Steve Burgess of Nacog a dairy farmer an said Its a shame an a disgrace to put us undo rigid inspections then tunvrigh around and make us meet con petition that is not fit to fee ur hogs under certain cond Ho said Grade B mil was certified as grade A i and Rocheste and shipped to Texas Navy Transport Crashes Naples March UPI engine A Navy twin transport plane carry ing 21 peraons crashed on tak off from Naples Capodichir Airport First reports indicated tha casualties were The plan a Navy version of the DC did not A Navy spokesman said th plane carried 15 passengers an six crew He said a were Navy personnel and d including the wife ar three sons of an enlisted man The spokesman said It WE believed that three I eluding an Italian farmer o the lost their The youth said he and Thomp on and a third youth still at rge borrowed a car from a allas friend to drive to the ttle town near He said they broke in the ostoffioe knocked the nob from the safe and fled ith about n cash and and 700 money orders egotiable at up to Misfortune then Their prrowed car began heating up adly just as they started back oward Near the car threat ned to quit so the hree decided to get rid of their raceable They loney orders in cached the a trowed the stamps along the ighway and kept the 100 A short way up the the ar stopped completely and the iree had to walk more than a See Page 2 Rare Surgery Gives Infant March 31 urgeons said today a rare op ration within 14 hours after birth has given a 10dayold Louisiana Infant a normal life Wtlhout the the urgeons the baby prob ibly would not have survived ts first The child is Joseph LeBlanc f Ho was born vlth an Intestinal fault that vould not permit The defect was discovered vhen the baby was taken the Irst time to the Sulphur hos pital room of the Jerry The baby was brought to the Texas Medical Center here in an A team of sur geons did a fourhour opera Four surgical glass tubes were nsertcd In the various portions of the babys body to permit circulation and elimina The tubes were removed Joseph became tho darling of Sec INFANTTpage 2 Legion Favors Ultimatums March 31 America should be made so strong that Instead of receiv ing ultimatums we will be giv ing the national American insurance told a Joint session of the Legislature Nothing on the horizon today would justify a decrease In the armed forc I am asking Americans to express themselves to Con he Our 1 job is making America NEW March 31 A violent spring storm raged unabated over a vast area of the Atlantic pummeling even the biggest liners Sailing schedules were drastic ally The tempest was marked by gigantic waves and winds as ilgh as 100 miles an Seas were on such a ramp age along the American East ern seaboard that an Argentine the Rio had to return to New York Monday after having sailed Friday on a voyage to South A passenger said it was a horrible 48 before the vessel turned Furniture and woodwork was damaged in about 70 per cent of the ves sels public Four of the 99 passengers were al though none seriously and nearly all were Jose Maria Dodero said that at one point his vessel roll ed 60 degrees just a few loss than the capsizing From across the the British liner Queen Mary re ported upon docking at South ampton that she had been hit by one wave of tremendous pro Despite underwater stabiliz ing fins the huge vessel rollce 22 degrees in one direction and then 16 the Passengers crew Hlike wore thrown See Page 2 Former Ranger Calmly Icings Negro Fugitive March 31 John wlz encd and gnarled after 58 years as a calmly asked a courthouse bystander to slop out of the way Monday ant shot down a fleeing Uncle lot Hamilton Delaware McCampbcll 32 get 50 yards across the court house lawn before he pluggec him in the shoulder with one commander of the Legion said Preston lawyer and I hit him within two Inchc of where I wanted I jus wanted to wing UncI John a had jus drawn a 10year scntnce for an to theft and Uncle a ball iff was bringing him to th sheriffs first floor office fron the fourth When they reached the firs McCampbcll bolted ou the Uncle John didnt bat an eyi Calmly he hobbled to the cloo and asked a bystander to mov over Into the Then h hauled out his caliber rovolv or and yelled twice at McCamp boll to He so Uncle John drop pod Uncle on the occasion o his 55th year in the service o the law last remnrke that the Golden Rule will go See Page 1 Governor Confident His Program To Solons Feel Daniel Inconsistent tively simple Not all but those which were included two types of or blood The most astonishing secret he uncovered was that the virus and the bacterial cell get to gether chemically so us to man ufacture seven kinds of proteins which hadnt been present be fore and a type of nucleic acid which so far as science now Eee Page 2 March 31 Three representatives joined to day to tell the House they felt Gov Price Daniel was inconsist ent in his plans to solve the states deficit and need for new Id like to ask the gover nor to be a littli more con slBtcnt when ho asks that tax ation be on the ability to pay in one breath and then wants to levy a new one cent tax on the litile man In the next said Louis Dug ns of Dugas personal privilege speech came minutes after Dan iel issued a statement express ing again his confidence that the House would hack away this week at the states 65 mil lion dollar The routine business and a scheduled joint session delayed action on pro posals until at least this after Daniel issued the statement as the slowpaced legislatures re sumed work after the long East er The lawmakers faced the probability of having tc move in nearrecord jig time or fail to pass a tax bill and pro vide money for the states oper ation by the closing deadline May The Senate recessed until 2 after hearing several bills Strickland of San Antonio and Howard Green of Fort Worth asked Dugas sym pathetic questions concerning Daniels proposals that monj money would be available to the state if the Legislature wanted to increase the gasoline tax another Strickland said he though it was to quit heaping ine Official tabulations of votes ast in last Saturdays small am tax election show that the ax proposal to Tabulations were made by ie Navarro county commission court at a special meeting Monday at 1 Error Discovered Official count showed that ie tax proposal carried In the lural Shade six to was reported in the unofficl tabulatlon of The Dally Sun lat the proposal failed in this six to The court voted to accept the iturns and the twocent county ax on the valuation be ame It will be used maintain small flood deten on dams which will be built y the Soil Conservation Serv Time Not Fixed It is still not set ed as to when the new tax rill be Commlsslon rs deferred settling this ques on at the Monday meeting un 1 Ethel tax assessor can get a report from no firm that maintains the up eep of the tax roll Still Informed the court iat several factors will be in olved In assessing the new including the addition of column to the tax roll page See Page 2 President Signs Bill Extending JoMessHelp March 31 UPI President Elsenhower oday signed a bill to prevent an Immediate cutoff of emerg sncy unemployment compensay ion benefits to an estimated jobless Under the the temp orary federal program enactec during last years recession wil off during the next three That program extended fcder al benefits to jobless workers who had exhausted their state unemployment compensation The law was due to ex pire at after which 10 payments would be made The bill signed into law to day will permit an uriemployet lerson to receive federal beno Mts after Wednesday if h nad exhausted his state right before that No payments will be mad after Juno And no one wh exhausts his state benefits afte today can become eligible fo the federal Thieves Enter Churchill Home March 31 Thieves broke Into Sir Wlnsto Churchills Hyde Park horn Monday night and stole thre diamond brooches belonging his Sir Winston Is vacationing I southern Lady Churcl ill was away for the Easte weekend with frends In Kent SEEK UNITY ON EVE OF NATO MEET Differences On Procedures Are Admitted Now March 31 UPI The Western Big our foreign ministers gather 1 here today to iron out rlnkles in their master plant or negotiating with Russia an verall settlement of the Berlin risls and other European prob The United Britain ranee and West Germany wero eported in general agreement n a longrange formula or a stepbystep approach hich would tie disarmament nd European security to stages In the reunification t Individual Talks Allied off Iclald clcnowledged that they stilt iffered widely on some of tha1 ictical steps to be taken and n the advisibility of conclud ng isolated agreements he Kremlin if the Ian Prior to the conference French Foreign laurice Couver net for an hour Do Murvllla with acting ecretary of State Christian Hertor for preliminary on of the German The French minister said tha iscusslon primarily concerned Germany but touched on More talks will Page 8 SEATO Will Slay Vigilant Against Reds April 1 The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization SEATO lodged today In an official ort that it will not relax its igllance against the nist threat In Southeast Tho 20page report pre pared by SEATO Secretary eneral Pote Sarasln of Thai and and released here by the orelgn It reviews the work and development of the eightnation pact since Its founding The report said the organization continues to be an effective Instrument In preserv ng peace In the treaty area and that member nations hava kept tholr armed forces at a high pitch of effectiveness since they were aware that in ternational communism J lay again attempt the seizure oj power by military The member governments found no reason to bellevo that the Communist threat to the treaty area had lessened or that International communism had ceased to regard southeast Asia as a particularly favorable for expansion In its efforts to dominate the the report Tho continuing threat to tho peace and independence of the countries of southeast Asia is tho justification security for collective Protests Berlin Buzzing quity on top of inequity and pass some kind of broadbased tax Green said he thought Daniel was Inconsistent in pointing to the one cent sales tax on gasoline when he has come out numerous times against a general sales Alonzo Jamison of Den ton was unsuccessful by a 73 65 vote in getting the House to order the Slate Affairs Commit tee to report out within six days a bill governing operations of electric who earlier said he felt tho bill had been charged the measure had been delayed by guided cleverness and parliamentary Cory of committee said the bill had been acted upon at fast as possible and called Jam See Page 3 March United States has protested the buzzing of an un armed American Air Force transport plane by three Sov iet jet fighters during a flight to and from West Berlin last Informed sources said The Soviets have countered with a protest declaring that no American plane may fly above feet when crossing East Germany to and from West the sources The buzzing occurred lust Friday about 3 9 and was witnessed by hundreds of West Borlinors out for an afternoon Informed sources said the in cident occurred during the first of a scries of supply flights to the garrison in West Ber lin of C130 turboprop trans port The C130 is a high altitude and is now being sub stituted throughout Europe for the twinfuselage C119s which formerly were the supply main The representative at the Berlin Air Safety Center manned by French and Soviet officers notified the Soviets of tho planned flight In tho normal informed sources He told the Russians the plane would fly across East iermany at about The Soviet controller Im mediately objected to tho plan ned the Informed sources but officials decided to have the flight made Shortly after the C130 cross ed the EastWest German these sources it was approached by three Sov ir Jot fighter planes which harassed it until the American craft landed at empelhof Air in tho center of West Ber The lot landing approach pattern The American plane took oft to return to its base In Franca as soon as It It unloaded Its Throe Soviet fighters It la lot known whether they were original three immediate y approached the American and harassed It all way to the East German front No shots were fired by the Soviet but theli maneuvers were described bjl Informed sources as danger Soviets performed air and often flow with in fivo or 10 feet of the Amerl can it was They came close enough for the American planes crew to and the Soviet fight ers Identification At least two of the Soviet fighter remained within a fen fnct of the American plane un til it had entered the Tempol The Soviet contended that counterprotest all air spaci above feet Is reserved foi Soviet air Western Allied officials al ways have understood that th three air corridors across Eas Germany were limited only ll Each is 20 miles But these officials have that mr rrom th ground up was open to AlHei This Is believed to be tn first time the Soviets have tempted to put a celling on th tvlthij   

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