The Monitor from McAllen, Texas on October 20, 1955 · 6
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The Monitor from McAllen, Texas · 6

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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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YiXITT TVtSVStt MONtTOt 5ct. 20. 1955 foge A-6 HOP, SAVE DURING THIS SAL r' COURT WEAR Al! set for ho t set is June Claris.- modeling a new tennis outfit at the National Fabric Fair in London. Created by rioigncr Teddy Tin-ling, the long-tot so tennis drew challenges the trend to briefer and briefer attire seen in tennis courts ia recent ears. Daniel Terms Dallas as Top Narcotics City DALLAS UP- U.S. Senate in vestig ators, headed by Price Dan lei of Texas, wind up two days of narcoUcs hearings in Dallas Thursday, a city Daniel termed mong the top JO narcotics cen ters in the country. The Senate subcommittee then moves to Fort Worth for a eeie- day hearing, that will end the Texas visit Ths group previous ly heard testimony About narcotic traffic in Austin, San Antonio and 'Houston.' . '.' testifying beforethe committee Wednesday were police Chief Carl Hansson. Sheriff Bill Decker, po-a licit Li. William P. Gannaway and several narcotics addicts. A part ef the hearing ws televised. Daniel called illegal uae of nar cotics ."murder on the installment plan" and said Dallas was one of the leading centers. Texas' junior senator said he personally favors raising the max lmum penalty to death en some cases "of dope smuggling and - .shing (selling) to juveniles .A said his Washington staf would study whether it would legal under the constitution to oe By bond to narcotics users. Hansson estimated that SO per .'cent of all crimes in Dallas could be traced back to the use of narcotics, but said authorities had little trouble with juveniles in drug traffic. uannaway, woo nu a vrn- a man narcotics squad, said there were possibly 175 known addicts In Dallas and that there likely were considerable mora not! known to officers. Most Heroin From Mexico Sheriff Decker said that 95 to SSper cent of Texas heroin comes; from Mexico. He also said SO orn 70 per cent of crimes in Dallas county were due to use of nar cotics. One witness, Neal E- Aeby, who was accompanied by an at torney, invoked the Fifth Amendment when asked whether he was in an automobile from which a gasoline bomb was thrown in front of a pursuing Dallas police car recently. : The last witness was a beautiful woman who was not identified When "Miss B" entered the court room, tne klieg lights were dimmed and cameras put away She told how she picked up the drug habit as a nurse in a doctor's office relating her sickness and how she forged prescriptions ta get drugs. She said she gave up the narcotics habit gradually. Swede Wins Nobel Prize For Medicine STOCKHOLM UP A Swedish research scientist won the 1955 Nobel prize for medicine Thurs--day over five famed American candidates. Prof; Axel Hugo Theorell won the coveted plaque and the cash prize of 190.214 Swedish crowns i $36.720 for his 20jyear research :r.to the secrets of enzymes, the complex organic bits that cause chemical transformations of material in plants and animals. It was the first year since 1950 that an American failed to win a share of the Nobel prize for medicine. . Two California scientists who have studied mushroom mutations to determine how genes affect the metabolism of cells in human heredity were unofficially reported to be runners-up. They are George W. Beadle. 52-Jear-old genetics professor at Pasadena's California Institute of Technology, and Edward U Tatum. 4s, ' biology professor of Stanford Uni-versity. . Redskins, Eagles Trade Plavera WASHINGTON -UP-The Wash- - fngton Redskins, who have been juggling players with fair regular Sty of late, have sent fullback Bob Goode to the Philadelphia Eagles 'and picked up defensive halfback Roy Barnl ta exchange. The Eagles claimed .Good from the waiver list and the Redskins followed suit - f mi i I 1 6 1 A- " XT : ; p j 9 Ik, dear customer. 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