Abilene Reporter News, March 22, 1954

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March 22, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 22, 1954, Abilene, Texas POSSIBLE SHOWERS Wk Abilene 3^ej)orter MORIVING VOL LXXIII, No. 279 AsMtciated Preês (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1954—TWELVE PAGES PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c Saar Talks / Stalemated BONN, Germany. March 21    — Leaders of two West German government parties and the opposition »S)cialists called today for rejection of the newest French proposal tor Europeanization of the Saar. Talks on this stubborn postwar problem ground to a temporary halt. Further negotiations on the quarrel over future control of the coal-rich border basin probably will be held up until Chancellor Konrad Adenauer returns from his trip to Turkey this weekend. The French want the issue settled before tbey ratify the European Defense Community Pact. The Germans think that timing is wrong. • French .sources said the .Saar talks here between .^ndre Fran-cois-Poncet, the French high commissioner. and Herbert Blankcn-horn, West German ambassador at large, have run into difficulties. Hut they said there is no hint they have been suspended or broken off. One high French official said there was no reason to suppose a solution would not be worked out eventually. Adenauer Ready One m:^or i)roblem is that while Adenauer is reported ready to compromise on the Saar for the sake of EDC his partners in the four-party coalition government •re not so ready to do so. Heinrich Hellwege, Adenauer’s minister for relations with the Bundesrat (upper house of parliament), and leader of the right wing German party, said West Germans could only approve of “such a change (Europeanization) in the Saar's status if a European community is achieved at the same time.” Erich Ollenhauer. Socialist chairman, told a party conference in Hausham. Bavaria, the “so-called Europeanization wanted by Paris is actually the legalization of a cold annexation performed by France as an occupation power.” Chairman Thomas Dehler of the Free Democratic party, .second strongest in the Adenauer four-party coalition, told a rally in the Ruhr his party would “not accept any solution which perpetuates the autonomy of the Saar.” The French Saar proposal, which Adenauer took to Paris earlier this month as a basis for discussion, follows the general lines of a plan suggested by a Dutch Socialist fir putting the Saar under a neutral commissioner. French Won’t Share The French, however, have declined to share their present trading privileges in the Saar wd'h West Germany until after a common European market may be established .some time in the future Hellwege charged that “the spirit which cannot forget is reigning in France,” Hellwege also criticized foreign apprehension about the “danger of new German militarism.” “We can say in good conscience that millions of Germans in thti second w'orld war were just as remote from militaristic convictionr as the voters in the last W’est German election were remote from ideas of revenge or restoration of nazism,” Hellwege asserted. Dehler insisted the Bonn peace contract for restoration of German sovereignty must be put into effect by the Western powers regardless of what France votes on the European Army. “Frances difficulties should not be underestimated,” Dehler added, “for she is conducting a difficult fight for liberty in Indochina,’ Demos Ask Boost To Combat Slump PUBLIC WORKS ADVISED McCorthy Asks Use Of Lie Detectors W.\SHIXGTON. March 21    -    j    himself, whether they would be Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis> suggested i willing to submit to a lie detector the use of lie detector tests today test in its probe of the .sensation-as a way to get at the truth in packed case. his controversy with .Secretary of Expressing “complete confi- WITNESS RESTRAINED FROM FIGHTING — Clifford J. Durr, Montgomery, Ala., (wearing glasses) is restrained by deputy U. S. marshals after he tried to attack a government witness at a hearing of the Senate Internal Security subcommittee Saturday in New Orleans. The attempt came when Paul Crouch, an ex-Communist, testified Durr’s wife knew of a Communist conspiracy in the U. S. BATTLE RAGES ON Government Told to Begin Plans for Business Slump WA.SHINGTON. March 21 (iP —! sufficiently serious to warrant fur- llance should be placed on .sm h W ASHING usmess leaders today advised the ther tax eut.s or other strong-hand- ' •‘flexible"^ devices as increa.sing    *    Hi Swill Adion Needed Now, Solons Claim TON, .March 21 Cfl— Business leaders today advised the ; tner lax cut.s or oincr sirong-nann-' nexnue devices as    senator.. Hill ¡D-Alat and Doug- govcrnment to lay advanced plans i ed government action. One of the supply of money, casing i‘as ,imh, said todav the time for across-the-board income tax : them. Pre.sident Meyer Kestnbaum ^ credit, and lowering of interest    J    . cuts and public works to resist of Hart. Schaffner and Maix. Chi-i rates. These would supplement cago.    said he expected an upturn | such “automatic stabilizers” as un-    vfew    ar a mSing ‘•.sometime in the early fall." | employment compensation, social    *    mounting Kc.stnbauni is chairman of Uie ' security, farm price supports and t    ”    ...    '    .    .    . CED    board    of trustees.    |    declining tax collections. These    *’''i    that    as he read.s th« In    early    .stages of a    business ' would tend to check any decline    ‘’^n'loinic    indices    “the situation is decline, the    CED report    said, re-1 of motlerale dimensions, CED said,    tifiinitely    getting    worse and the FOR STATE MEET any “serious " business .slump — but not to use them prematurely. The Committee for Economic Department (CED), private but influential research organization of bus-ine.ssmen and economists, said that while moderate economic swings arc inevitable, a major depression can be avoided. The CED policy sfdtcment described the country’s built-in de-fcn.scs against economic decline as being “.strcng—stronger than ever before—but they can be strengthened further.” It cautioned however, that it would be hazardous to use tax cuts or public works in dealing with “small, .short and uncertainly forecast recessions.” “The stimulating effect would probably not start until the need for it had passed,” it said, “and would continue even though it ere- „    , ated a danger of inflation.”    Baptists    by    the    hundreds    were The committee acknowledged it | POuring into Abi^^^iuie Monday couldn't set up a yardstick for de-1 morning for the Texas Baptist Baptists Flood Abilene Today was .such that all visitor.s can be Geneva T alks May Hinge on Indochina ^    -    ---- victorv    to needed. U emphasized that the se-, «I'ts underway at 1:30 p.m. In the graphed sheet.s with listings of revision bilb ir hanH    in talK    at i nousncss of an economic decline First Baptist Church audilonuin. . cafe.s and restaurants, and a map. -i am pn ir nano    in    ¡    .q* be simnlv measured by Early arrivals began fiUing Abi- .showing the location of the First trafion is t;. ng Geneva    lene    hotels,    motels    and    private    Baptist Church in relation to the this.” .Millik admini.stration ought to move with a program of pulilic works m which the states and local communities could participate ” Douglas s.iid in a separate intcr-vi( w that “I certainly hope th« administration does not wait U>o long to act." President Elsenhower has said that March would Indicate whether any federal action is needed to stop unemployment, but Secretary t)f the 'I’reasury Humphrey indicated a belief that the admini.stration .should wait until April or .May for more detinitive data, S.'iaring this view generally. .Sen. i Millikiii of Colorado, chairman of tlie conference of ail Republican well cared for while they are here, i senalor.s, said the administration l.ocal workers w ill give the dele- j already is moving to give tax re- termining when strong medicine is I‘‘»»»(lay .School convention wliuh'gates a.s they register HANOI, Indochina, March 21 (i*P,Ho Chi Minh —The stubborn stnyigle of French | strengthen their Union forces to hold the fortress the forthcoming of Dien Bien Phu and cut down. cnce on Korean Communist-led Vietminh besiegers problems. looked more and more today like Big-power talks at Geneva be-the the Army Robert T. Stevens. He said that when the Senate dence in this scientific instrument when it is operated properly,” Mc- Investigations subcommittee meets ; Carthy said he hoped that w it-Tuesday, he intends to recommend ncs.ses called in the investigation ployed.” It urged a dozen preparedness nig-po«er ia.Ks «1    “"-    measures    on    industry    and    all lev- Battle for Geneva.    ginning Apnl 2b may lead to the    government, but emphasized The battle, now in its ninth day. end of    the eight-year-Iong war    by    ^ “lemporary cut in federal may end quickly or it may drag negotiation. The Vietminh    ^vould he the most imme- on for weeks. Rain slowed the that if they can crush the fortress    effective method of restor- fighting today.    0» ihe    plain    175 miles west    of    ‘ But it has become obvious the' Hanoi    they    can boast about    a Vietminh rebels of Moscow-trained i major    defeat    for the French. ing demand in a major downturn. It said the administriition should miineo- i lief in pending exci.se and general of revision bills. Olid that the admlnis-taking the initiative m .Miilikin said. business district.    Hill    said that as badly needed All told, 3..500 persons are ex- A courtesv committee headed by ,    something even peeted to attend the convention the Rev. .Sidney Cox, Immanuel |    concrete    ought    to    be    under- 1    ...„11    u    ...n,    .......lagvn immediately. Speolfieally, he suggested that construction programs l>e launched which will feature speakers well Baptist Church, will see that con-known In the Baptist General Con- ventlonecrs are comfortably situ-ventlon and in the state group. ated in homes, hotels. tourists An estimated 1,500 of the dele- courts, and will provide gifts of that it ask all witnesses, including THE WEATHER I), s. DEPAKTMKNT OF COMMFRCE WFATHFR Bl RFAl ABILENF AND VICINITY — Mostly eloudv Monday and Tue.sday. p I'sible liKht ratn or shower late Monday or Tuesday. Continued mild bolh days. High Monday 75 to 80. low Monday night 5.v60, high TueWay In the 70s WEST TEXAS: Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday, no Important temperature changes. TE.MPK«ATl KFS Mon A M. 54 52 . .52    .... 53 ..... 49 ..... 49    ____ 50 ..... 50 ..... 53 ..... «I ..... 6.5 ..... 71 Mon P M 80 83 83 82 79 73 72 70 ..    1:30    .... . 2:30 , ..    3 30    ------ ..    4:.!0    ....... ..    5 .30 ........ ..    6:30    ....... ..    7:30    ........ ..    8:30    ....... ..    9    :h)    ....... .. 10:.0 ............ ..    11:30    .......... .. .......... 12:30    ............ High and low temperatures for 24 hours ended at 6:30 pm.: 84 and 47. High and low temperatures same date last year: 75 and 55 Sunset last night 6.51 p.m. Sunrise today •:41 a m. Sunset tonight 6:52 p.m Barometer reading at 9:30 p m 27.97. Relative humidity at 9:30 p m, 57',. would agree to undergo such tests if the subcommittee adopts this procedure. In a statement to newsmen returning with him from a four-day .Midwestern speaking tour, McCarthy said that hi.s proposal for voluntary lie detector tests “is, of course, only a suggestion on my part.” “It is up to the full subcom Coleman Man Is Found Dead 01 Gun Wound 1 plan In aiivance, and dVacuas with The French know that tf they!leadens of Congress, possible types can knock out the e.stimated 36,000¡of emergency tax reduction to take elite troops the Vietminh still have effect for    one    year or    some    other in the surrounding hills and in the j specified    period, the    cuts,    ihi'n trenches near the heart of the for- vvould expire    unless renewed by tress. Ho Chi Minh’s .striking pow-; Congress.    ,    n er will be    smashed.    The mas.sive    ’'Ordinarily the tax cut .slmuld struggle for    the    fortress can    thus    aeross-the- stiuggie for me lorut.s can inus,    individual    Income    tax rates,” the report said, “but there may be circumstances in which some other tax change would be preferable.” Three CED members inserted a be regarded as decisive. The rebel troops now threatening a new assault on the fortress represent half of the top fighting strength Ho can mu.ster, including gates were expected to come from ¡fruit for the Baptists, the far reachea of Uie »tale, with | Tuesday is exi>ected to be for new schooLs, hospitals, housing. the (^«ads, river», airport», rural elec- iue remainder from Abilene.    Ibiggewt    convention    day.    a»*d Tbrougb Sunday nii^t .toe H.\to Hucker. He said many of tir.el The cost of *ucb • constTOC-Rucker, educational director of the I Baptists will ctune for that day 1 tion program would be small in Southside Baptist Church and con-j and get half of the meeting in one ; comparisou with ivhat w^e are ventioii preliminary planning con- j .swing. The ses.sioii will close at j being a.sked to vote for foreign^ aid vention. e.stimated 1..500 Abiieniaiis | noon Wctiqesday.    j    and for the military program, he an “iron division” of 12,000 shock footnote suggesting that an iii-COLEMAN. March 21 — Ivouis troops.    crease In exemptions for depen- mittee to determine whether this    40,    was    found    dead    hit    the    region    today,    turn-;dency should be considered “in is proper procedure.” he said. ! of a gunshot wound about 3:45    p.m.,    the dustbowl into an oval lake    .some circumstances.” I’he    three The subcommittee session called | Sunday in the garage at his    resi-lQ{    reddish mud. It forced the    were econorni.st Bearslcy    IBiml, for Tue.sday is to receive a report ¿enee here at 126 West Walnut St. p^p^^h to taper off their biggest    former Under Secretary of    Com- from Sen. Mundt (R-SD) on ef-j Roberts, operator of Collins    Gro-1 yjj.    attacks of the war after five    merce Wayne C. Taylor,    and lorts to obtain a special counsel i ¿.prv Store, was found dead by his ^yyg    nights    of    hitting    rebel    F.    Brownlee,    New    iorx    in- for the investigation and other ! y^.jfè and step-daughter. They had gy,, emplacements and smashing vestment    . plans for promised public hearings I leturned home from eating Sunday ^phcl trenches and foxholes being *    in and 500 oth«‘r persons from nearby towns had pre-regi.stered. At church services Sunday pastors of the 15 churches here belonging to the convention appealed to home owners to make avail All meetings excej)! a huge youth j said. “In addition, cities and states rally planned for 7:30 p.m. at the j would l>e parficipafing. .so that the University Bapti.st Church will be federal government would not bear held in the First Church’s new $1 all of the expeii.se.” million auditorium.    Hill    said    the program would have Speakers at the 1:30 p m. meet- and Dr. able rooms for the visitors as the ing will include Dr. Elwin Skiles, hotels and olher accomtKiations were expected to be overflowing. Rucker said he felt the response First Church pastor, See BAPTISTS. Page 3-A, Col. 2¡ on the conflicting charges.    |    dinner    in    downtown    Coleman.    ;    ^i^g    doser and closer to the for- The subcommittee agreed last; Roberts is believed to have died tress harricaaes. A French spokesman said the in week that testimony would be i about noon. taken under oath, but McCarthy | Coleman Chief of Police Les said his past experience as a cir-; Taylor said a .16 gauge shotgun cuit court judge in Wisconsin had was lying near the body. The body ____ convinced him of the value of lie was propped up against the rear, rains in northwe.stcrn Ipdochina detector tests in getting at the of the garage. In Roberts^ hand Q,^jy    ^r six weeks away, it truth. tensive air attacks had helped delay a new rebel frontal attack. But with the season of monsoon Demos Expect to Gain From McCarthy Feud posed an imme iate increase in exemptions to $700 or $800 per person, but the Eisenhower ad' WA.SHINGTON, March 21    much Democrats indicated today they ^________ expect to benefit politically from ministration is opposing this move. ! a .Senate probe of the McCarthy-The CED study was begun in Stevens row. 19.52, in anticipation of last year’s "This is wholly a Republican cutback in defense spending. The mess.” Sen. McClellan (D-.Ark), | not higher than that of any the advantage of being wide.spread and could be geared to specRic unemployment areas, both rural and urban. “If we undertook such a large-scale program, we would be getting solid results for our money and at the same time we would be asoidinp anything in the nature of a boondoggle,” he said. Hill mentioned a Labor IX'part-rniuit report of last week that unemployment is eontinuiiig to increase in March. Dougla.s said that while there had been some I 4 i    iinr    '    reeniplovniciit in scattered areas. President in recent years.    ‘picture    is    still one to cause son eral Life insurance Co.. Hartford, control.” He said he referred to Sen was a long stick, Taylor said.    virtually certain the rebels According to Taylor the dead    vvould not delay a new attack hio man was last seen alive about noon Sunday by his wife and step-    rp^p French, strengthened by le-    p^pRasized    that    it    is not intended daughter. Roberts had declined to    ¡nforccinents and supplies para-    as a "blueprint    for go with his family to eat out after    pj^^^pd jjRo the fortress almost at    this time, returning from church. He remain-,    viere confident they can with-    At a news conference ed at home and they went to eat, j    ^p^, mass assault and other CED members said they do tions subcommittee, and John fi. the police chief said.    !    smash    the    attacking force.    '    not consider today’s business sag .\dams. Army attorney aiding Tavlor said Justice of the Peace ever, »that “there is no    grave concern.” The President said that March McCarthy did nut make use of    would be a critical month, he n,. i notes he had prepared in advance    said. “There has Ix'eii CED    Research    and    1‘olicy    Commit- ^ who    will    have    a    major    role    in    the    and which he had «¡Y'"    nZih thatTCTfmd tee which    drafted    the    report    under    inquiry,    said.    He    added    that    “all    accompanying him. In these »»<«;\ »»»»‘»^^ chairmanship of Frazar B. Wilde, ! thè principals in the hearings are | the seri a tor .said he    Yum president of the Conneetieut (Jen- liepuhlie.sns or under llepuhlican .    aims    of    tl«    adopl'ed    the    premi«'    that    the    conn- Me- Communist party to infiltrate and try is already prosperous, and that Barkley Martin will probably render a verdict Monday. Roberts had been operating the grocery store here for his father-in-law who has been away from Coleman for several months, Taylor said. Investigating the death were Coleman Policeman L. B. Chapman and John Smith, Coleman Countv Attorney Billy Allen, and Dr. Moris Mann, city health officer. Roberts survivors, besides hi.s NEW 5-YEAR PLAN? New Soviet Advertising Will Include Basic Inlormation lot intended He said he referred to Sen Me- I'ommuiusi party to    a..»»»,, action” at Carthy .R-Wih>, Secretary of the lontrul very media of information a would be unwise to consider Ux i Armv Stevens. Roy C'ohn. chief Mich as radio, newspapers and    ci    uMP    Pa    3-A. Col. 3 . Wilde and coun.sel for Carthy's Investiga-; television.”    aee    --- Abilenian Selected To Head Credit Men Stevens .Sen, Mundl 'R-SDs. who will <11-rect the Senate inquiry, disputed .McClellan’s eontention it was a “Republican mess.” He said Cohn, the subcommittee coun.sel, "is a Democrat.” Cohn, who has figured directly George Ingle Jr.. Abilene, co- MOSCOW, March 21 Soviet; about the machine’s qualitie^ advertising.’ pretty primitive by in the exchange ot charges and ......^    j-. r« countercharges between McCarthy ^ owner of Consniner tremi lo,. and Stevens camps, Is expected to Sunday was named president of be replaced l>y an outside lawyer District II, Retail Credit Execu-for the inquiry.    tives    of    Texas. Asked if Republicans might be Ingle, a former din-ctor. was Such uninformative advertising damaged ptilitually by the forth- elected at a 10 a m, bu-in» ^ -i's- precetllng a noon clo.sed the group’s Roberts    is going    to get' has come under increasing criti-:    coming inve.stigation, Mundt said*    sion .Sunday wife and step-daughter;    include    Westein    sunaara.s, is goiuK    i » eism as the Malenkov government    :    “I would not know until we find    '    luncheon that c! his father. T"-    %TtlJ    ?uture for in.stance.    an ad prhef its camp^^^^^^ Ti v e    '    out what happen.s. Up to now it    -    eonvention here man: and a brother. Joe Roberts J.”    jj^pposed to tell' the Soviet common man a better has not ludped either sid<*.    Meeting    here of Houston.    foe a r»ovie is supposed The Imdy was taken to Stevens who’s in it and give some idea j living sUnda^    Umna.d    w.    Hall    eommentt    d    that    tie    Collection    Services Bepublican National Funeral llome here from where of what it's about. “■ Internal Trade  _    since    Friday were Chairman Districts”l and !l »1 the KCKT. Division and the Credit Bureau Division of the As-iociated Credit Buicaa-i of Spring Convincing In Its First Tryout Hepublican party because of Me- .So the Trade MiniMry    interviewed    dtiri.ig visit to Hqxm. Wis., where advertising    job. has just put out    bread, i an eight page booklet of household vodka, i hints. It contains such information ^ .So t as this That 20 new fish store.s putting out information sheets lor    ^ will open soon: that you should customers These lell. among other    a't cVremonier niaiking the “wind vour    watch in the morning,    things, that    a new type of shoe    i.s    anniversary of the founding not in "the    evening, becau.se then    coming out    an inexpen>ivc sum- The    first    full    dav    of    spring    its ^p|•ings    are better able to sur-    mer sandal    made of pigskin.    It played    its    role    to    the    hilt    Sunday,    vivo the jolts of the day.”    >ays a special tanning process    is The delegates voted at the busi-ne.-' .sfSNion to accept Lubbock’s offer as site for its March 1955 convention. Midland also bid for meeting. Karl Francell, manager of the ()de>.Na Credit Bureau, was elec- The high was 84 degree.s and Abi- of the R« publican Barty. .McCarthy headed back toward , j * r    ni .. ...................^    „    Wa.hmiitm    flom (Iklahoma Cily.lvd|wes>d.'nt of (nnilt Bur.au 1)1- The booklet also tells readers being employed '.o you can t tell    j,,.    wound up a four-<tay vision of the Atisi. .sjn aking tour last night by saying    Other District 11 KCKT ofticer. he would feel “compelled” to cam- Include Pauline Sullivan of Biri GEORGE INGLE JR. . . . new credit prexy lenc enjoyed 80-plus readings    lor    tliat    if    they    want    to    eat    in    a res-    the difference    between pig .km and four hours.    tauraiit it will cost from 45 to 70 calf    ,    .    u       .    .    .    1 As late as 6:30 p.m..    It    was    still    rub’es    per    person.    'The    official,    Then    there    are beauty    hint|rise„hower if    Spring,    re-elected secretary;    and 79 degrees — which    is    pretty    rate    of    exchange    is    four    rubles to    how to    buy perfume and    how to    ,he    President    were    running for of-    j.    O.    Vinson of    san AtiKeloMirj    Windsor    Hotel ----------  f.ce    tixtay.    even    though    he    dm*s    suzzaniia McRobie of Fiirt Worth rtU-V ^ can    nnt    think    Eisenhower is a “.suiK*r-    R.    M    Bozeman    of El Paso,    and    Mice,    pasior springish.    the    dollar which would mean a    apply mascara Monday should see more real piU of from $13.75 to $17..50 per    5ou are told    where you Tbe POP GDFS POPPA - At the tender age of 21 months— and with lots of cooperation from his dad—John Wayne Matheny shows a group of visiting Cub Scouts how to ex- ecute a juX maneuver. The father, Robert W. Mathe,^ is ,,„I'“V,.rno."h Je, a iiiHn instructor at March Air Force Base where the picture trigger the moisture, it *i rain. T J    Hpvelooed    this stunt to emphasize his lec- cool front was to enter the Pi was taken and <¡eveloped tures on physical conditioning spring, with weathermen hesitant- person,'    »'’de«' « c»“**    ®    caieier    lor    a    •    Herman Winkler of Odessa, all di- iv forecasting rain or showers. Most current Soviet advertising birthday party at home and are Hcnewing his apf>eai to cut off rectors. ■----- given recipes if you want to bake    to    nations trading with Red Roland F Bratton of Fort Worth your own.    t hina, .McCarthy said some people ¡j, outgoing pre.sident He automat Tht'i'e are other iniui ination would say, “tjh,’’McCaithy is fight- jraijy bt'come.s a dir sheets on sports, games and toys piy ike" Ane there is a warniiiM not to He >aid he thinks Eisenhower    „rnpfrsi starch clothes on the grounds that "i> doing the best job he can it is bad for the health. Starch, but added, I <iou’t think he 1» • maybos .A    moist air mass    from the    merely states that something ex- Gult and    a tlitto    from    the    west    jsts ” A billboard urges “drink coast are    moving    toward    West    ehampamic,” another “eat mar- Te\a.s.    garine" if they arrive and a weak cool The Soviet press often admita to    that the advertisements are no The    good because they lack informa- Pan-,tion. For example, an ad for handle early Monday.    ' vacuum cleaners tells nothing director. The other groups meeting here University Baptist Church, spoke preceding the 10 a.m. business session. Theme of the convention here was “Credits ’Today and Tomorrow” The delegates studied credit cclleetlou proctHlures and formulated policies for the coming year George Mlnter Jr., president of for credit reporting by bureaus to “he boi;kk‘t‘sLvr“clos"eT'the    lV“7aid    ETsenhow«’s i the Abilene Chamber of Commerce, j help loci» r-tail firm» seryiee con- of throlothing’’    batting    average    in    office    is    so    1    was    speaker    at    the    luncheon    Sun-' sumer cu t demands quicker. Abilene Welcomes Delegates to Baptist Meeting ;

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