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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - January 7, 1955, Galveston, Texas A GOOD NEW YEAR'S TAKE THE OUT FOK A DELICIOUS DINNER CAFi 5th A Ph Iti Oni and Year of Public to and the Mainland W L MOODY CQ UNINCORPORATED BANKERS ESTABLISHED IM lint f U for M yemn urn at ESTABLISHED 1842 Prut FreM GALVESTON TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 7 1955 Moraine Vol 113 No 272 MEMORIAL POOL DEDICATED Congress Jumps Gun on To Establish UMT Program FIRST DIRECT REPORT Sessions On In Peiping The plaque which the Julia Vedder Key Pool was n in dedication ceremonies at the YWCA Looking on are from left to Mrs Emil B Hempf of Women's Christian Association Mrs Kate Featherstone and Mrs Asa Lee Crow Sr nicer of the late Julia Key and Kathy Crow 5 great-granddaughter of the YWCA third niece Mrs Cortes Pauls of Kemah was not present when the picture was made to build thr pool were derived from the sale of the YWCA residence formerly located on 24th given by the husband of the late Key in her memory See related pictures EDITORS ing dispatch is the first direct word from Peiping on the tions between UN Secretary eral Dag Hammarskjold and Bed Chinese Premier Chon on the jailed American airmen It is written by the New Delhi resident editors of the Times of India bay who went to Peiping to cover the conference on special ment from the United Press after the U S State Department a United Press request that it lift passport restrictions against travel to Red China to permit a UP man to go to Peiping Social Security Vote Set At Med RABIES THREAT GROWS Lagging Vaccinations Any case of in a human vaccinate dogs IF one of the best caused from thc of a family available and gives solid immunity pet criminal according to a preventive Wait uy health important thing is to addition to the American airmen The most thins fa ana not Retirement System or the bout is that there Is no bi shot In far northwest Korta 1700 Employes Will Decide If They Want Federal Coverage By D B Written for United Press Copyright 1955 Times of India News Service PEIPING Jan 6 ing's freezing weather showed no signs of ing over the American spies sue Thursday as the momentous talks between UN Secretary al Dag Hammarskjold and er Chou En Lai got going Hammarskjold met Chou at p a m and is believed to have presented for- mally to Chou United Nations message urging the release of 13 Some 1700 employes of the Uni- j s Medical Branch Nations dispatches have will decide if they wish to be i indicated that covered by federal social security emphasis will be on 11 imprisoned TEXAS NEWCOMERS GREETED of Hammarskjold and they also dined together The secretary general's ence to stay with the Swedish declining the Chinese government's invitation to be its juest has greatly disappointed Chinese leaders here It left a bad in the mouth initially which Is considered unfortunate at outset of important conversations requiring the fullest goodwill understanding Nevertheless Hammarskjold got a cordial reception which was dent at the cocktail party and ner Wednesday night While as yet Peiping does not appear in a mood to relent over the American spies question there is little doubt that Chinese leaders are putting much store in the UNi secretary general's visit to their capital as a way of relaxing world tension and narrowing the gulf be- tween the countries of East and West wait a cafe oj appears for it after the virus invades Jn he the system the by Employes Retirement Plan the third amendment Heirs Paid by City Benefits Were Due 2 Deceased Policemen of city commissioners during the Korean It has -1 Rep Jack Brooks right greets four new Texas con- gressmen on the Capitol steps in Washington The newcomers all Democrats are left to right John J Bell of Cuero J T ford of Odessa Jim Wright of and Joe M of McAllen Brooks of Beaumont and new House formerly served together in the Texas legislature I in ur by the rabid animal into the skin by Old Age and Survivors ir nm Act passed by Congress last to indicated that the case of two Kleinecke and authorized TOLL Dr Pollard health gt the Branch said But it in es tooth of the rabid animal Thomas Downey 24 New Britain Conn and Richard ments made in two cases ing heirs of police officers George employe under the o j rt i But it Iff can be done but wait for various state retirement plane may Galveston should not have any the patient's Dr Pollard participate also in the social from rabies if people will curity program of the federal take the simple precaution of The rabies virus attack the nerve having their family petit which are destroyed to Swallow Gov Allan Shivers designated Dr Pollard to i A check of local veterinarians Thc patient becomes unable State Department of Public stowed only 346 have been vaccinated and given the license tape were 2000 dug thc rabid dogs they and issued can produce disease in other year According to opinion of thr veterinarians thc 2000 is fur than dog population in the city 27 Lynn Mass j Thus ended litigation pending the past two years in the district courts and which later went to the State Supreme Court In one case Mrs Methal Hjme Reiterated Stand It is presumed the Chinese pre- the frothing as thc agency responsible thr mouth and thr inability drink water And mier reiterated Peiping's stand that the case was China's internal matter and that they had clear evidence of the spying activity Hammarskjold and widow of the late police officer John Hime and her two children sought certain benefits due her husband from the city of ton at the time of his death The case finally went to the State holding a special referendum on the matter Vote 18 Hammarskjold and Chou Court ruled Mrs closeted more than three hours h were en- Thursday It was a clear sunny afternoon i but a cold piercing wind was Announcement of this referendum i Thr rabies treatment for ported at the medical branch is painful and somewhat dangerous j Dec IS and on March 18 and her children were en- titled to the benefits In a settlement through James Simpson attorney for Mrs Hime Vp Hime and her children and fees to Simpson The board I Pollard said and must on thel tnf authorized the city auditor to L hn hv ballot tu by the I ake checks m settlement of these chief of protocol and Hie chief of amounts conference de- of the Chinese Three Navy Craft Capsize in Atlantic hr before thr symptoms question by ballot Hubert Clark of the are manifested lalso will be provisions for director th do is on He cautioned about tee ballot of the Chinese of lookout for dops Dr Chauncey D received Hammarskjold at lice officer Sanders Davis was Th about the without should not bi- killed director of the medical branch thp and him for said to Jf tags will In- Impounded it if easier appointed a committee to hold The dollars for the to if thr animal dies family pet's natural causes or of the disease BEAUFORT N C Jan Navy landing craft cap- sized in rough seas off Beaufort bar Thursday night and the Coast Guard reported an undetermined number of men missing Four survivors all Navy nel were picked up Surface craft and planes joined in rescue ations at the scene about three miles off this port city The Navy sent rescue crews and craft from lalion is the investment he explained E to prevent nn unnecessary And if the doK is killed the mana 01 IHK tnp and presented him to paid for sick leav appointed a committee to hold diplomats of nations ibe due her late husband It includes Dr D Bailey i Bt j The had held the Calvin dean of student and had a Himo ana within the family or in the be sent to a laboratory personnel director tic commented examination Dr Sinclair and Dr Pollard pointed out that At any rate when veston an island could by an animal it is best to Hv control rabies problem here consult a physician immediately Mid the vaccine now used to Dr Pollard warned nc j i ine city nan vue had a due to Hime in 1952 could not be ary one-hour conversation down to the heirs of the i Chou En Lai Wednesday with police officer but this was denied Foreign Minister Chang the State Supreme Court whose Dr John Sinclair and Dr j pu who speaks pood English rilling affecting all policemen and K Lamar are conducting firemen declared benefits up to public information campaign to Later jn the evening Chou days can be passed on to their thc on thp n an amphibious fleet offshore com- In thc second case Mrs j manded by the Flagship USS The landing craft called Ducks sent in nearby Morehead City N C- had been scheduled to trans- port marines from Camp LeJeune benefit He Mid Write Contract If the referendum passes by n clear majority of the eligible ers it will be up to the legislature to write thc legislation allowing a i contract to be iup When and if such a contract into effect it will cover all j employes of the medical branch with the possible exception of LAKE CHARLES La Ian of the Gulf of Mexico Later in tne BO oa quaint the personnel on thp Laj gave a cocktail party in fits and of having security coverage Choppy Gulf Yields Body of Jet Crewman Ike's Appeal Brings Initial Demo Pledges to waiting transports for ers in the Caribbean area It was believed that the missing men were crews of the but it was not learned immediately whether any Marines were aboard Nine ducks were in a flotilla that left the Morehead City state ports authority terminal earlier day Small craft warnings were up along the coast for moderately westerly to northwesterly winds Thursday night Except for the 25 to 35 mile per hour winds the weather here was clear A spokesman at the Fort Macon Coast Guard station near here said that four had been picked up and that several men were missing He said he did not know how many men had been aboard the landing craft Planes from the Elizabeth City N C Coast Guard base dropped parachute flares over the area Thursday night to enable search vessels to continue Navy and Coast Guard surface vessels were taking part in the cue operations The transports were part of a Navy task force waiting to dock at the Morehead City port terminal to pick up Marines from Camp Jeune N C bound for ers at Vieques Puerto Rico The landing craft carry men when fully loaded However they were not fully loaded when they left the dock It was not known how many men were aboard A high sea was running at the bar where even under normal con- ditions the water is rough Ike Promises To Give Plans Thursday Bricker Renews Bid To Pass Amendments Limiting Treaty Power WASHINGTON Jan Members of the Senate and House Armed Services committees ed the gun on the administration Thursday by introducing a that would establish their own of universal military training Sen Richard B Russell incoming Senate committee man offered the shortly after President Eisenhower told Con- gress he would present the program next Thursday Two Republicans were among those sponsoring the measure Rep Carl M Vinson of the House com- offered it in the lower ber It was understood the ure was introduced at the of the American Legion which strongly favors UMT Among The was among 166 in the Senate on the first day of actual business The Senate does not permit tion of legislation until after President's state of the union sage More than bills were In- In the House on opening day Wednesday Sen John W Bricker again Introduced his con- amendment to limit President's power Narrowly defeated last year it again bears the number joint resolution No the in the last Congress Other ranged from increase in the federal minimum wage to one dealing with the trans- of live scorpions in mails Two school construction Witt were offered immediately after Mr Eisenhower proposed a program of federal aid for school Basic Training Under the UMT would be given about four basic military training and then required to serve five in reserves They would be strictly under civilian supervision during their training period Reservists would to eight years if they failed to part actively in the gram The also would extend the draft now due to empire 30 for four years The tion will make a similar request In its military proposal The administration plan ally a proposal to the re- serves is far more complex It in- a UMT feature by viding for six-month training oc 100.000 youths annually But training would be given by the and the trainees would a year reserve obligation U.S PLANES FOB JAPAN TOKYO U.S will turn 85 airplanes over to the fledgling Japan Air Force Jan 15 the Far East Air Force announced TB Seal Drive Is Short of Goal from COOL for mid nnd cool Friday Saturday cloudy with rain nnd S and bich K2 to MS tn 21 per linur to rait to Saturday o tv T u ana employes and plan row problems that lie ahead advised to follow There were a qualified of GOP dissents mainly on choppy that the other three lo or today from leaders of the j reductions and farm price ports The one thought that appeared uppermost in the minds of most r er br after the first This has due to Congress ports located in irio the cost of the was the skirmishing on the sidelines Council Member Puts Point Across witters of the limitation on the The Air identified the men j amount which can he set into the Gulf the employe Also no day but failed to funds are made by the the body they recovered until retirement dominated nf next of kin Nn amendments bern B Johnson of Texas IQf domestic whereas leader story on State of thp Union Speech Page 21 legislators as they talked it over in capitol lobbies was national de- fense Administration farm and tax the discussion The Air Force said 1st U to liberalize these systems whereas s nf T Ik Vai Gemery of Ohio thr OAST has was the observer who parachuted eral times t from thc crippled which limped to its home Kim md fnr 7 nt Lake Charles He was one of the missing been amended meet the See Demo Label CHICAGO Jan Paul Jones publicity director of the tional Safety Council nursed leg injuries Thursday suffered when he was hit by a taxicab Jones ES-year old expert on Galveston county residents have contributed toward the 000 quota of the Association fund However Sam Holland seal sale chairman said thousands of county residents have not yet paid for their Christmas seals We still he said this deficit might be made HP as to at least equal those last year Seal bonds are usually sent to places of business industries and some individuals he explained Dave president ed most people do not think at William Lawes treasurer of the association stressed It is im- portant we reach the goal this year The Christmas seal campaign is the association's only source of funds to support its work for better are heir TB Association except at when the familiar envelope of seals arrives in mail Unknown to many the conditions Dr Lamar stated Matching Amount If tlie referendum parses m 1 Pin some instances they be in others they will be rejected and in others there must make a contract substitutes But the attitude i The President's various See Benio Jones Om uu guppon Rs work fc will receive reasonable Many Democrats professed safety was health jn consideration hv reasonable men see a Democratic label on some P was on ms waj I Even a small t home from nis in a the II til for seven so it Rives period of 10 years some of s nn HI Kl II 1 Mnj 11 D V nnd 1st Rodney P of Tex for added was the father of six dren I at snid If Ornery had just branch in later life moment Ion ping small children Pr lie he would learned snid il would dike to thr plane WIIK under control i However It will Hl n Will HUl pO The of Iho the federal government so it of thp Democratic will be in s VIM as n amount L s h hj R Mnj lonn S of be jd o of and David O Trump nf Of 0 lul I t Ol of Eisenhower's renewed and members of both parties predicted bipartisan port for much of his program home from his office in a storm He told police he stepped off curb and saw the taxicab line down on me At least two house members j jd h d to Reps Albert Thomas I Steed viewed er's message an announcement of he intended to seek reelection The of social Jf n bumper strucK nis legs he intended to seek reelection tj the rft and bruising the two years hence while Sen T very cood termed it one of the President's the political speeches in re- was cent history Even a small contribution from those who have not sent theirs would make the association reach its Holland said Never Too Late It is never too late to send in a contribution Many of our friends sent their contributions after the Christmas rush each year We believe the public has faith in the program of the Manuel Rancer 20 the cab Association and we feel the auto lost his and fell st a passing taxicab Thc bumper struck his legs Hns Praise i accused Eisenhower a n er took Jones to tal where the cut on his leg was stitched X-rays revealed there no broken bones but Jones tOWaru in thcy want thc work to Holland stated During the next few weeks re- minders will be sent to those who Nr N i uir n win be up to I lie recommendations The pilot of lie which to decide on March IS turned the other on his craft York fdM 7.1 M i M i n i in 11 H from -i AM 11 in 17 711 he it off to Into thr water Morris K Shiver nf 111 1 1 UUt I don't months ot weakness confined to his home not as yet sent their China criticized Xo chargeR were placed against This Is not a dun in any sense nn independent cab the he explained No out said President's failure them wore verv I propose that we take some R some 01 mem wore jm mi to er and not Rancer onc jg being billed for Christmas hit us lie Turn to Pago 2 ONE out ol order RUSSIA BACKS HONG KONG made her bid to sent as the slon for Asia nnd the day The Soviet demand was ruled of n seals sent them Tin cards are mailed merely as reminders for those who hive overlooked cnl nnd of that OI told police that Jones fell against We will have to wait for the McCarthy cah Bnd nfi help it made ic messages to pet more details the could have Thp Council is a for those who hive sent Red Some other ls to Indicate that would ln promoting traffic in their contribution jc thai political rut off id to our are n Jones Is In close I Bonds iMf is n nnd snid with Red China j touch with problems Trving chairman of le they would be On other hand Rcp Doart during periods works bond said fi Iv with thu In bond contributions have generally applauded ud tolli the thr thic year and k Turn to Page 2 See TWO LISTENING will hear what God will speak I asked a dear old friend Whose useful now nears its end Suppose like Nicodemus you Could thc Lord hold What questions would you ask Him I wondered just what character Of in- ho would propound But he with an nlr found To His wordi I would listen son So that I would not miss a one C
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