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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy with a few showers this becoming generally fair and colder tonight and Sat urday low tonight in Thermometer Readings 81 9 t 10 I 11 12 II 2 53 f 54 165 56 I 58 61 64 Complete leather Report on Market Daily SundndSemiWtckfr Ho mind LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW changes governments mill CHICAGO mixed light lower trading light to 25 cents lower top Cattle steer offerings too meager for market 155 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i F 7 f i i d A 4 ANCHOR FISHES TJP A BIG battered automobile Is suspended from the anchor of the Norwegian freighter Maksefjeli in Montreal The ships sailing was delayed for hours anchor hooked KP It vasbHiwr was no Indication of how long the car was in the water or how it got AP WIrephoto NO CHANGE IN STANDS INDICATED Recess Possible While SW Holds Aluminum Parley 4 The chief industry negotiator today rejected President Eisen howers call for aroundtheclock steel labor Conrad executive vice president of told reporters continuous hours of meetings do not necessarily mean effective collective Finnegan Opposed Director Joseph Finnegan of the Federal Mediation Serv presiding over current peace had indicated he was in clined against trying to force aroundtheclock Ill schedule meetings as they seem most he said in his nationwide address last called foi aroundtheclock bargaining to end the steel He said the dispute was hampering pro gress of the entire He called for a prompt settlement preferably before his return from his threeweek good will mission Union Talks Later Cooper met with Finnegan for nearly two hours this morning The government peacemaker was to meet with union representa tives this Further bargaining sessions were indicat ed See Page 5 To Police All Labor Charges Corsicana High School Athletic Director Mark Culwell announc ed his resignation from that post Friday effective at midterm or at the convenience of the He will be associated with the management of Maco Motors here when his job with the Cor sicana schools Cul well School Dana Williams said that no successor has yet been since the board has not had an opportunity to get together for a and that he has no immediate idea when a successor will be Also he did not know whether one of the current staff mem bers would be promoted whether an outside coach would be who has just finished his second year as head man of the Corsicana football and other athletic expressed re gret over the No one knows what a dif ficult decision this has See Page 10 General Burns Quitting UN 4 tf The Canadian commander of the UN Emergency Force in the Middle Eedson has resigned He will become an adviser to Canada on disarmament and represent this country in inter national negotiations on arms As his first assignment he will go to a 10power disarma ment conference in Geneva ear ly next Prime Minister John Diefenbaker said today The appointment of a Cana dian of Burns wide exper ience is a measure of the high importance which the govern ment attaches to the work of the committee and to Canadas part in The UN Emergency Force was set up to guard the Israel Egyptian border after the 195fi See Page 9 Smoking Cancer 4 JP A scientist today offered figures which the American Medical said show lung cancer and conditions which lead to It depend almost completely on the number of cigarettes smok Oscar Auerbach of the East Veterans Hospital provided the figures after studying slides of lung In a paper prepared for the AMA meeting Auer bach declared These anatoinical observations seem to us to indicate that cigarette smoking is today a major factor in the causation of lung cancer in He This is in complete agreement with evidence prev iously obtained from extensive Auerbach is chief of lab oratory service at the East Veterans Admin istration hospital and associate professor of pathology at New York Medical New York Among his associates ia Cuyler La research director of the American Cancer The tissue slides were ob tained from 402 men who died of numerous causes in the East Orange VA hospital and other hospitals mostly in upstate New Cause of death was concealed from the cancer researchers to prevent possible slanted con Auerbach an dhis asso ciates said smoking habits de termined not only whether each individual had lung but also the amount of noncancerous and precancer OUB damage to lung Of the 402 lung can cer caused All the cancer cases were smokers and 6Q smoked The 55 nonsmokers or light smokers showed almost no In dication of precancer cell But among the as many as 75 per cent showed malignant cancerous change in the lining of the lungs which had not yet spread Into the lung The greatest per centage was in the jrroup which smoked the most 4 John lawyer and career government administra was picked to head the bureau that will police the anti corruption provisions of the new labor Secretary of Labor James Mitchell said Holcombe will be responsible for running down all complaints and violations involv ing unions and employers under the laws Asked whether he considers his job equivalent to a labor Holcombe replied indeed I consider myself a career civil servant charged with administering a law adopt ed by I intend to makn sure it is administered right down the middle of the road with no undue restraints on Holcombe said he has always wanted to get into the labor management field and trained for it before he entered the Army in World War He wound up the war as a 33year old He now is He comes to the key labor de partment post from the job of director of the defense depart ments office of programming and During his dozen iyears at the defense department he established a common sys tem for budgeting and report See Page 10 Linked All those who smoked pos sessed lung cells which an Amer ican Medical spokesman said probably represent a change toward The AMA clinical meeting also brought sharp differences over the use of cobalt radiation in treating John a United States Public Health Service told an interviews that doctors cannot in consci ence await proof positive that smoking causes lung Cashman presented an ex hibit which claims It Is a statutory responsibil ity of the Public Health Service to Inform members of the medi cal profession and the public on all matters relating to im portant public health The relationship between smoking and lung cancer consti tutes such an The PHS believes the following state ments are justified by studies to date The weight of evidence at present implicates smoking as the principal factor in the in crease inlung See Page 10 rviv TRIO ARRESTED FRIDAY ON DOPE POSSESSION COUNTS Intensive investigation by the sheriffs department Friday morning led to the arrest of two men and a woman in connection with alleged narcotics posses Charges of possession of nar cotic drug were filed in Jus tice Bowdens court against a man and his of Justice Bowden set the bonds at each and said the cases would be transferred to district court because they are of felony 2 White Girls Raped Negro Pair A third person a 37 yearold Corsicana was being held but no charges had been filed at County Attorney Jimmy Mor ris said the man and his wife would be taken before the grand NEW 4 white girls were kidnaped in their own car by two negroes Thursday night and The men identified as the at tackers were captured less than an ihour later after they had the car and tried to escape on The cousins aged 20 and had just left a Brooklyn hospital after visiting a sick They were getting into the older girls car when two husky men accosted Brandishing the men forced the 20yearold girl into the back of the car and the younger gir In the Police said Willie drove and Dwight rode In the where he first raped the older She aald Tippins later forced her to change places with her and then raped The men dumped the hysteri sobbing girls and drove A motorist took the giris to the Minutes later the stolon car See Page 9 Cuban Charges Pressure 4 The chief of Cubas Agrarian Re form Institute Thursday charg ed the United States with put ting pressure on European na tions to refuse credits to Fidel Castros revolutionary govern Antonio Nunez Jimenez asserted that despite in he managed to ob tain about 100 million dollars in credits for the Cuban govern ment during a recent trip to Europe Nunez Jimenez reiterated a charge in a TV address that the United States was respons ible for Britains refusal to sell a group of Jet fighter planes to Now we hope to ac quire these planes in a Social ist Communist country so they can accuse us of being Com he The three were arrested about four miles east of Kerens on Highway 31 Friday morning by Deputies Howe Dick Salter and Em melt Fred county assisted In the The sheriffs department re ported that the suspects had been under surveillance by Sher iff Rufus Pevchousc and his officers for several Three patrol cars containing the four officers and Kessinger waited Friday morning as the See Page 10 Mickey Others Held In Bookies Death SHERMAN 4 Underworld figure Mickey Cohen and several cron ies were locked up today in the killing of a hoodlum who died as he tough Jack a bookie known for was shot in the head Wednesday Cohen sat six feet away in the crowded Police booked on suspicion of murder Cohen Miss Claret ta Sandy 18year old dancer his date George Bart alias George of Beverly and Tony singer known also as Anthony The bookings admittedly were intended to give police a chance to question the prisoners at Cohen denied any part in the Stories of the killing varied But they agreed on one thing Whalen was roughing up a man who prrsumably owed a gambling Police were told the dead man See Page 9 January Draff Call Is Smaller 4 Texas draft boards were asked today to furnish 310 men In This compares to the December quota of Local boards also were asked to send men for proinduc tion physical and mental exami The January call will he filled with men who are at least 22 years old with the exception of volunteers or FREJUSt 4 Daxed survivors of the Mal passct Dam disaster mourned their dead at funeral services today while weary rescue teams searched through muck and debris for more Nearly persons filled the square alongside Frejus Hospital as the most Henri Mazerat absolution to the About 135 pine caskets were laid out in the each with a name chalked on Behind the bishop in a hos pital corridor were 40 other caskets the unidentified On one casket was in chalk little wearing a red The services were for all the identified with burials by each family in Many of these families still awaited word of missing Frejus officials said the count of dead has reached includ ing 53 with about 100 persona Some of the See Page 10 TRAFFIC TOLL HALTS CLIMB IN OCTOBER 4 Tho steady climb of the na tions traffic death toll has been The October total was five per cent below the tally for It was the first month of this year to show a de And the number of fatali was the lowest for any October in 10 The National Safety in reporting the figures said the toll for the first 10 months of this year was per cent above the total for the corresponding period of The decrease was recorded in October after monthly increases that ranged as high as eight per cent early in the Disabling injuries In traffic accidents through the first 10 months of this year were esti mated at The council also estimated that travel in the first 10 months of this year was up four per cimt compared with the corresponding period of last The JanuarylbroughOclober mileage death rate number of fatalities per 100 million miles of travel was the lowest on record for the period The urging stated Just ahead of us is the Christmas holiday the most dangerous period of the 4 The United States today sent a 55 miles in a space capsule such as will be used for later attempts to put a man in The released from its parachuted into the At lantic Ocean about 200 miles A Navy plane spotted it there and a destroyer was speeding to recover The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said tho Destroyer probably would attempt the recovery less than two hours after the The Borie radioed she had pulled alongside the floating capsule on Officers aboard estimated it would take an hour or two to get the cap sule aboard and opened to de termine whether Sam The Little Joe rocket ing the capsule was launched at Wallops at Reporting here on the experi NASA said that it went A main purpose was to test at high altitude an emergency device for separating the cap sule from the It said the separating device an escape when the booster rocket was at an altitude of The escape rocket waa jettisoned at The capsule coasted on up ward to a height of 55 When the capsule had sue tided to an altitude of a small parachute opened to stabilize its At the main para See Page 9 Candy Barr Is Serving Term During Appeal 4 Candy the night club entered the state pris on at today to begin serving a 15year term for pos session of Immediately after authorities checked her admission they transferred her by prison car to the Goroe State Prison Farm for three miles south of blonde Candy wore a black cloth coat with black fur black shoes and black gloves as she stepped from the car of Dallas County Deputy Sheriff Allen She told newsmen she was tired and she looked But she appeared to be In good As she walked up the stairs of the somber red brick prison administration she said to Sweatt I always wanted a brick house all of my and it looks like I am going to havo She wore no Candy and Sweatt loft San Antonio at 5 Soe Page 10 ACK MILLER Jaycee Unit Gets Installs Stall Corsicana Junior Chamber of Commerce was presented with its charter Thursday night at the Charter Night Banquet In the Collins Junior High cafe lorium with approximately 150 Attending Jack state president from also address cd the meeting at which local club officers were Ernest onn of the eight National directory of the Texas Junior Chamber of presented the State charter for the local Jay cee chapter to Frank Worley noted that this club represents one of 197 chapters in the state with a membership of young Wo wel come you on the roll of Texas Jaycees and hope your club will hold all honors which It Is entitled to There are 3r300 Junior Cham bers of Commerce In the States with an approximate membership of The Jaycco Intelnational has chap See Pagn 10 Santa Clans Is Due Saturday Santa who made his initial appearance in Corsicana Tuesday afternoon in a gala street parade especially held In conjunction with his arrival from his toy will bo gin Saturday making weekly appearances on succeeding Sat urdays until The fat man In the red will show up downtown about 10 and circulate In and out of the stores the balance of the Ho will have candy for the kiddies and talk to them about their list of Christmas LANDING IS DELAYED BY WEATHER President Stands In Downpour For Brief Ceremonies Rome gave President Eisenhow er a rainy day but warm wel come today at the start of his Mission of Peace and Good Even the taking a cue from Nikita Khrush joined in the welcome with banners saying Communists of Rornn salute President Dwight Landing Delayed A heavy overcast and the rain resulted in a 20minute delay In His Air Force jet set up a epray of water as It came to ft The President stood barehead ed in a downpour for a few min utes while the Italian Air Force Band played a few strains of the American and Italian Na tional The temperature was a chill 48 Then with his escorting party he moved quickly across a soggy beige and red carpet to a cover ed veranda of the Ciampino Air port for formal welcoming cera Security Doubled The landing was made on istruments with ground ers giving for ble An source said the pi William had radioed ahead that the Ic landing equipment of theglantr See 9 Peiping Opens Biiler Barrage Against Tour By JOHN RODERICK 4 UP Red China today denounced Presi dent Elsenhowers goodwill tour in a note out of tuno with the Soviet Union and other Com Peiping let loose with a prop aganda barrage charging the President Is on a mission to sell a false In sharp radio gave Soviet listeners fav orable reports on the start of the presidents trip and Italian Communists saluted Elsenhower with welcoming posters on his first in Pel pings hostile line tended to strengthen the feeling of western observers here that Soviet Premier Niklta Khru shchev and Red Chinas Map TzeTung do not nee eycloeyo on the need for ending the cold It underscored Red Chinas In creasing suspicion against any relaxation of tension In The official Peiping Peoples Dally headlined Its story of the presidential trip Elsenhower acknowledges decline of influence aim of his overseas Sen Page 5 Brazil Rebel Airmen Defiant Mostly Overlooked In Oil Centennial Events Corsicana By Associated Prow This is oil centennial year and folks here in Corsicana wonder if their area Is getting the mention it really deserves They like to point out that when Splndletop was brought in near Beaumont in Cor sicana already had a producing refinery Not that Corsicana had the first producing oil well in the But It had the first com mercial production of import And from that the North Centra Texas city and oil field marked up an impres sive list of The city claims The first use of the rotary the veteran old standby of find ing The first refinery in The first Texac oil ants Recognition The first of oil for lo comotive fuel and for oiling streets and The first town In Texas to use gas for comniprclii pur Organization of thn Texas and Mugnolla oil companies In a lattt the last open field in the But with all these the Corsicana oil area still is very much producing around 2 12 million barrels of oil an nually nearly 65 years after the The nation received particular note of Corsicanas role in what was to become the greatest oil state of them all earlier this year when oilmen sent oil cen tennial greetings through oil pipelines from Corsicana to TI Titusville Is called the cradle of commercial oil Edwin Drake discovered oil there at 69 feet in OiJmen traced the messages of greeting through the pipe lines almost daily until they arrived in Corsicana city fathers were unhappy when the strike took place June The town of badly need ed more so the city commissioners contracted for drilling a At the drillers found It bubbled out of the But the drillers pleas ure soon turned to unhappi unwanted oil began rising with the Then Derrick See 10 RIO DE Brazil Air Force officers waging a propaganda war against President Juscelino Kubitschek fled deeper Into the Amazon jungles Rebels charges KubiLschek regime is riddled with graft and Com They seized five planes and holed up in the tiny town of miles north west of Rio but took off early today for a new base of taking along a fourengine airliner and one of Us the Air Force i It was reported they took as hostage Remi president of the Bank of Amazonia in Be who was flying home from Rio when the passenger plane was commandeered in flight and diverted to The other 37 passengers were The Air Force expressed be lief the reported to num ber 17 to have fled to miles northwest of or to where a similar pocket revolt petered out in Kubitachcks office said message had been received from radioed at asking that his presence with the rebels not he held against the nations new capi tal about halfway between Rio and the probable scene of rebel was designated head quarters for forces charged with seizing tho There was an apparent up in popularsentiment against the Persons widely mentioned as antigov ernment candidates for the pres idential elections next October offered Kubitschek their back Minister Armando Falcao said tho nation was calm but all Army units were placed on the The passengers and crew of the commandeered airliner spent a night of terror at the jungle said Evaristo reporter for the Brazilian News Agency Meridional who was on aoard the Among the pasbcngers were Mildred a worker for the Watch Tower Religious Society who has lived In Brazil since and Rob ert rubber expert of the government assigned to a point 4 mission In la from Cardoso said the Insurgents made violent threats against two other newsmen passengers and Archer tried vainly to convince the rebels their causa was Cardoso The pilot and radio operator went with the plane when It was flown he The revolt had the earmarka of a propaganda campaign against the presidential aspira tions of War Minister Henrique Telxcira Kubitscheks hand picked choice to succeed him in next Octobers ments In the Air Force long have been feuding with The rebel manifesto said they had been supporting Janlo Quad 42yearold former governoj of Sao for the president But Quadros broke with See Pago 6 i i   

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