Abilene Reporter News, June 14, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 14, 1954, Abilene, Texas WARMWk ¡awiene 3^ei)cirtcr-J|eU)i¿'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES V/E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES Byron VOL. LXIH, NO. 360 Associated Press (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1954 —FOURTEEN PAGES PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY lOc 24 Texans Die By Violence In Weekend By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Violence claimed 24 lives in Texas over the weekend. Traffic accidents accounted for 13 deaths. Five persons died by gunfire, four drowned, one was stabbed to death and one died in a plane crash. Victor Calvillo, 25, of Charlotte !n .Atascosa County, died in a San Antonio hospital Sunday after being stabbed in the chest and abdomen during a fight at his home Saturday night. William Richard Law, 41. San Antonio cement finisher, was found shot to death at his home early ' j, Sunday. Police found a pistol and • note near the body. Purdee Sonny Hardin. 39-year-old south Dallas man. died after he was slashed around the neck and back in a tavern brawl early Sun-cidv and then felled by gunfire as „ v. wants place in sun •nd Mrs Carmen B Jacks of F.va-dale 111 the Beaumont area, was , killeii Saturday night when a car ! hit the corner of a bridge and bounced headon into a carload of; young Evadaie people.    , Nicholas Casares. 40 of Clark ; vood in Nueces County, was shot i Socialist Asked To Lead French DEADLINE: 1958 UN Presents New Korea Aid Plan UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.. June 13 ij^—The U.N. published tonight a new five-year plan to make South renewed and the Republic of Korea would aim at a “normal” military force of 200,000 such as she could STEEPLE TOPPLES IN CHURCH FlRi:—The steeple of the 68-year*old Methodist Korea self-supporting by 1958 at i support herself. oii.i.. .V,.  ....   -    .    *    -    .,    ,    a    co.st    of $1,930.000.000. including! «President Rhee told South Ko- Church in the    Colorado    mountain    town    of    Leadviile    collapses    as    flames    swept    througn    j 240,000,000 in    United    States and ^rean farmers yesterday. “We must re    and    on    to    an    adjoining    garage.    Dynamite    was    set    off    to    blast    the    church    i aid.    * be ready to die in the northward    | helu control the flames. No injuries\vere reported. Damage was estimated ;    a    488-page! march to unify our country.” Sen.; in nart nt Prp^ii-i Knowland <R-Calif) said in the dent Syngham Rhee’s administra-1 Senate. April ^uth Korea had tion It ^ laid out for the fiscal «».000 troops. Other sources have vears between .April 1. 1953, and estimated the combat force at Vinrnh    If railed for    a i 640,000 plus service troops. The 1958-59 gross    national    output    42 I United States helps sup^rt them.)    j per cent above 1949-50. in the time!    rh.nirr«    Nrrdrd of the Communist invasion, and McCarthy Ball After May Pass Probe Hearing Ends Changes Needed The Nathan report, without men- 81 per cent above 1952-53 Year’s Survey tioning Rhee personally, recom-1 mended “sweeping changes and i improvements” in government pol- The report came from the Rob-1    particularly    in “the effici crt R Nathan Associates. Inc.. *    integrity    of Korean pub-j Washington consulting economists .    administration." . .    .• U- U U«- A,v.o,.;r.ar.c yfhn cfiii arr held he-! "^osc president was a long-time    officials’    salaries    were and killed earlv Sunday by a spec-• W ASHINGTON. June 13    “    k    hmH ^    ^    too low and that “indirect supple-, ial deoutv during a fight outside Sen, McCarthy R-Wp; may hand frequenjbMias wmplained are be-j hmd the^^^ Curtain.    ■ prepared for the U.N. Korean Re- „.eniation of income, .has virtually ; lal dcput. d g 6    ,nve.rtigative    ball    to    Sen,    Pot-    ing    held    up    by    the    current inquir>. -    construction Agency (UNKRA>,    institutionalired    in    Korean    ! • dance hall    ,    ,    tn    after    the    McCarthy-    McCarthy    to Rest    ihl    ‘    government circles.” It declared i Newton Baird. 4.'. wa^ >hot to    hearings    end    and    take a McCarthy told a newsman, how-    V"    a year’s economic survey. It was^f,^^^ ^^e government tolerated in-! death Saturday night at the Hous- hrief ccKiling off perioti in his hunt ever, that he wants a in the    tL    a"    groundwork    for    ,    ^,3^^    markets, largely j ton suburb of Almeda during argument whuh dcvcloi>ed Ih'and five brothers met to diN    ^    ^    ......... receipts from a trucking busine-^s ^ ^’¡'y'oi'fkM^lVwill*by the Senate Investi-' obvious that this kind of inquiry Five-year old BiUy Dean Roache j. tomorrow with cither Mrt'ar- gaimns subcommittee drowned in a swimming pool m thy or one of his aides on the Putter >aid preliminary    fthis did not necessarily , devote over half th.e spending to drownoo in a      _      vunesses    has    been    arouse an> partisan controversy ,    accepted    all    the: social welfare, as against a quar- STEALS .ACT — Solemnity of the occasion means nothing to Win- rider. Queen Elizabeth II, salutes headquarters. The agent general, rea’s own $2.170.000,000 five-year !,■?    1    Zw    to, Amor,van U. Gon, John B, Coulter • pi,„ on the gro^d that it would i Ex-Finance Minister's Help Sought PARIS. June 13 ¡Æv-President Rene Coty accepted the resignation of Premier Joseph Laniel’i government tonight and asked former Finance Minister Pierrt Mendes-France to try to form a new one. Mendes-France. known to favor sharp cuts in military spending, said he would not give his final* answer to the President until tomorrow morning. Failed Once Mendes-France fell 13 votes short of the necessary majority last June when he tried for investiture as premier during the 37-day crisis which finally was resolved by Joseph Laniel. A 47-year-old Radical Socialist I moderate). Mendes-France favors sharp cuts in military spending as the only means of getting the na-i tion s economy back on its feet. He I insists that only after France has ; a healthy economy can it hope to i make its full contribution to the ' military effort. j A year ago when seeking inves-* titure he said he would support the ■ European army treaty which would ! rearm Germany. DaiUs Salurdiiy nighl while swinv nung with his parents.    t A i&-ye«r old negro youth Ray- nioud Davis drowned S a t u r night on Caddo Lake near Marshall when a 14-fool boat he operating to take people to a dancing barge overturned. .Ntand. Once the Learingj are end-' viewing ot    u-    ,    . ed the Wi.sconsin senator would be completed for a formal investiga- m this counto- Dewey Claims Free World u*chnically free to resume his con- tion of what has happened to Brownell Speech Alms New 'Law' Blast at McCarthy It is a good bet that McCarthy believes a cooling off period is in order after the sometimes vio- recommendations, though he term-, ter i»* the Nathan plan. It said the ed the statistical data useful. ! goverimient plan “would postpone ™,r u.,.r    The    repun    a«un,ed lent cmoUuM ot Um    hMf.    ,    «»■»    Kucmb    V.U    would    not    be    .of Mlf-support. ings that have been under way almost daily since April 22. While he may w^ant to let the repercussions from this word bat-    _ tie die down, associates are    ^    ^    a    "W"    "W    IkJ    I    ^    IU dieting that before long McCarthy i ^    ^    j    A    I    !    I CIVIL DEFENSE TEST Monday is D-Day for .Abilene's CivU Defense and Dis- WASHI.NGTON. June 13 .t* -- abroad, follows a diltereni code    back at the helm of Atty Gen Brownell declared to- at home"    investigations    subcommittee. ’light “our svslem of governmeiu ’, Referring to Chief Justice vvar- piu^gmg anew into his search for caimut survive if any person is ren s opinion in ‘be schwl ^grc- communists. Uf AII0 \nill% I’ aUowed to set himself above the gation decision, which said educa- ^jcCarthy has stepped <vft the I I WllV    o(    the    land”    or    one    branch    tion must be considered in the ¡subcommittee for the current in- 9,»..»»e, -------- V”    v,,    , u ♦ «««    caHac    ..................... oi government is able to “usurp light of the present rather than    Sen.    Mundt    «R-SD*    is;    in    a series. Ten seconds Will elapse between eacn series    missin.g    from    the bank, powers of another branch." the past. Brownell commented:    ,    heading the group temporarily. ; q£ blasts.    -    .    .    Powell    said    the    culprits gained ObvKHi.vlv aiming a new blast ‘ R indeed fortunate that the Rut unies.«; some new rule is made. ; At Sen MtVarlhy HWis*. without Provisions of our Constitution are McCarthy automatically goes back, '    his    name    Brownell    mathematical,    impotent    «'^nd    _    j.j^g|j.j^gu^hip    when    the    pub- aster Emergency Relief organization.    siary. s¿“d the knob on the safe >,cuurm> nas    ........I At 7 p.RV t!ie onehour lest Will begin With    »as'knocked oil. bui so (ar ....... ubcommittee for the current in-^ of warning horns sounding in tnree tnree-secona oia    could    be    determined    nothing    ter    . .       .    ,     ...    ______ kecW.a.AAn    CAflAC    .    ... In an address last week to the National .Assembly on the Indochina situaiion, he sharply cpt-icized Foreign Minister Georges Bidault for not making great , enough efforts for peace in the seven-year-old war. Ixmg an advocate of direct ne-gotiatitm with MtMicow-trained Ho Chi Minh as the most effective 1    I w ay of brmging an end to the I TRENT. June 13 — Burglars fighting. .Mendes-France claimed were unsuccessful in their at- that Bidault had talked to the head i tempt Saturday night to break into of the Vietminh delegation only the Home State Bank safe here. once during the seven weeks of Taylor County Sheriff Ed Powell, the Geneva conference. He sarca.s-who helped investigate the bur- ticaUy said that that talk occurred in a bar at the mitiaiive of M. knocked off. but so far Molotov Russian foreign minis- Trent Bank Theft Foiled Leaders laterviewed President Coty. hoping for a NEW YORK June 13 fv_Gov. Tcoin.    s..    .«kv    ,l.e    ^    ¡■cHearlb.s«., the imprint oí the past upon the future ” rnitod Malr.s ,s ••,.IIo.,n* a n,lv Prepar.^i lor th,- .5n«T.caa I'nivor-rrablc IFk.viMon shoa ,n Wa.chins- .-aly iraduat.n* class tiKi to divert the attention . . . ot • We mu.sl be ever vigilant to the free world from the threat.s to pr-'strve our litxrtie.'s from those it.< very foundations ‘    who owe allegiance to other ideal .Although he did not mention the p^ies ami also from those mis Atmy McCarthy hearings, thi New puided person» whoso zeal may A crk governor wa.s clearly refer- ivad them into errors no less de-rmg to them    structive.” The luilion needs to j iow in ma tunty. forbearance and under-    bmden    of    pre.-erving    ’    our    Monday    afternoon    and    night,    the standing. Dewey said in a st>ee<.h    and    our    form    of    govern-    ^    Weather    Bureau    said    Sun- Showers Possible Here Late Today witlKHit consulting Uie GOP lead ership. and there were no immedi-Thundershowers may fall liere ate signs the motion would be While every citizen mu.st as.-ume    ^f    here    late' pressed Muadt Still 1r?    ( While .McCarthy 1» e.\pecied to The    test will be a full-scale    operation complete with    ^ntry    into the building    by prying    end to    the political crisis, simulated casualties.    ^    op««    back    door    with    a    jimmy    started interviewing parliamentary The    disaster area will be bounded by South 11th St.,    bar.    leaders today    on what should be South    20th St.. Butternut St..    and Sayles Blvd. Rescue The    burglary was    discovered    done to form    a new government teams will find‘24 casualties in thus area. Harrv Dobbvn, organization chairman, has urged persons ’Alio do not have assignments in the disaster area to stay out of it.    at    R nm It will    deiMi<d'\n”a"vote    of    coiiH^^^ can itauvi. »am »33    The    all-clear signal \m11    ca,9A„fic    hefween each    ^benff    Pete    Petty    of    National    Assembly,    resigned ders made a mistake in doing this consist    of three long blasts X’tlth    10 seconcis Peiv eei    Trent.    Constable 0. W.    Graham 01    ^psterday but    President Coty had Sen. Flanders R-Vt* has filed a motion in the Senate to strip Me-! Carthy of all of his committee chairmanships, but Sten Know land ot California, tlve Senate Republican leader, said he thought Flan about 3 p. m. Sunday by J. G. ^ [q deal with the pressmg problems Wilkes, bank president, when he ©f Indochina and the Geneva con-brought down the day’s mail. ference. Helping Powell investigate were Premier Lamel and his Cabinet. French Crisis Handicaps Geneva Indo Negolialions tion officer. at ceremonies at vvhu'h the corner-    • i,e N.tKl. ’ that does not ^g^.    ' return to command as far as other •one was laid for the .AUiert Fin- require a return of the vigilantes    weatherman    said    the    sliovv    investigations are concerned, .siein College of .Medicme at v e-    frontier U does require a gj.^    idiely    to    fall    west    of    Mundt presumably wiU continue .'.hiva Inivcr’tly in the I ron\ e    vigilance    in all our ac    ^ presiding oificer when the sub- added:    .j    .    .    ,    bow ever small they may    vuidely    scattered    committee drafts its report on the j^^’"j,WiarKiicaptied by the ab- • Mo.st of all. we need to acquire    time    ”    Texas    Sunday.    At    McV'arthy-.Army hearings    .sence of an effective French gov- a little sense of humility ...    Brownell’s    address    was similar 9 3^ m. El Paso I'eported a The Wisconsin senator’s friends '^rnment. pondered today their fu- Trent. and Grov er Chromster. .Abi-    t© accept the resignation lene Police Department identifica- u^^niedvateiy. It was believed that on his return V isil tomorrow Mendes-Franca would announce he would try to form a new gov ernraent. Otber-wise. the President would not hava GENEA A, Smoll Pox Epidemic Tokes 40 Lives Doily KH.ARTG'IM Sudan. June 13 .?    ..    ..    .    . —Forty persons are dying daily , accepted Laniel s resignation lo- 13 .|v_We>iera to tonfirmauon in a new meeting ¡n a saiaiU>o.\ epidemic in south-; «»«bt We ourselves are far trom per in tone to a JIVHIIV»    y XI p. in. r.i I    «    JIK-    nisvuiiaui    ernmem,    ponaereu    O««.» IW»*    ----—--- —-    1    *»9*    «or    THi>ir AVorAw'A aalement be issued shower and thunderstorms were in are known to feel it would be a course in the deadlocked In-, otov are co-chairmen of the Indo- being rushed to the aifected areas. | I9th . c    .    ag between Eden and Soviet Foreign ern Sudan. State .^Ilnu^ter Santino Laniel announced tlve aciic»i at Mmbter V. M Molotov, probably    said    today    be    left    the President’s palace, tomorrow morning Eden and Mol- Drugs aiKl medical officers are; Laniel s Cabinet was France a feet anci bad Ktter grim up    House    approval    .May    progress at Marfa. Lubbock and happy development from tbeir    negotiations    with    the    china    talks (ast enough to evtei «j «    ^ ¡.¿ivmg the executive depart Amarillo. The precipitation was ¡.taiKipomt if he could come up cwmmunist bloc.    !    French    sources    said i-oreign faun nance to    has    “sole    re.Mvonsibility''    for    caused    by    a    low    pressure    v,,th what he calls a’ Fifth .Amend-    Pgrus.    fol-j Mim.ster Georges Bidault would liidoi hma to Briiaiiv th    ,    i    protd'ting the nation’s security ,rough which extended from Mex- menl Communist" at about the .    ^    j Premier    7* ue asl tni m extend t^us^ , The recent Supreme Court de- ico across Mo.^t Texas into the time the IVmocrals on the sub^ ‘:;rumel m a parliamentary “If thev should judge us bv our cisjon outlawing racial segregation Dakivtas    v^inmiUee express Uieir views e<,nfidence test. oversh.uiowed the    j    (jt^r    politkal lead- Dre^'cuiatum ^ stupuiiUes. ; in public schools. Brownell said. The weatherman also .said a the hearing soon to end_ _ ......^    ^    here, because "    .    ..    .L-     •    ’'hi» 911th er.9!9l fivr he added i See FRENCH. Pg. ?-A. Col. $ Of^f Mui will the cruelties of * “hit with great force the Commu- we.ak cool fn«U was moving .slow-| single individuals, we would lose iiiRl propa.cnnda claims" that ly eastward iicnvss our world leadership and a free America ’ although preaching the ion.i but was not ex 9.    1    tretxlom and equality of all men er teiiHn'rature,- The IVmocrats, iM course, could I France is the Western naUon ers on ways to solve the political crisis in France western An- throw a rtvad block of their own.    concerned    in    Indovhina IH-cled to low -    hut Mct'arthy    could    break thn>ugh    fndersecreiarv of    State It If he had    solid    suptx>rt from    RtHlelf Smith, British    For- his Republican coUeagui's Under    Secretarv Anthony Eden and the subcommiltee's rule.s, no m-    ohauveL    French ambass.nlor    j vestigalion can be undertaken    g^    bead of; vvivhout a maFvrity vote of the I ar- ^ French delegation, met late | cnt Government Operations    atlernoon to survey the mitlee if the    three    subcommitttH'    {Hvsition IVmoorats <^.iect to it Repubh- ' ’    . .u.    reiHvrted    un-    9i*.r"ix9»*ib*iii.v m <*^>1' cans are in the majv'rity on the    ,-,nisideration    w.is whether    t? parent committee, and Ma'arthy    .u    -j,y .nunt m I'ontinuing the    north    ckntrm. ti xxs int rt u-s nn>      »    vj.-wiai    »t*a    t\w#0s.9 stalemated negivtiations here    uu    an»n9=>99«    aaa E.ist aiHl West are at «Nids on «vrr.,««    t    ewr»«»«    •ws terms for a ixKssible cease-fire, the    tsxxs e«rtb 9Sma9 «na ««i« conuvxsition of an international M,9*»a«>    Tu»*«*.»    »as    «9*‘ neutral    comimssion to supervi.sc*    uu    saeo.-«« •»* •'»««« an armistiwe ainl the status of; .AssvH’iateit Slates U.>t week Fden ■ THE WUTHER r » oKrsRTMi.Nt ot to.MMi.ai* «lt:tTNri Rl RI-AX XBIU'NK AM' VHIMTV - P*rib rk,«a.9 i'99BiuiH#d »»rn» M.mU».» a»4 Tu** Rebels Destroy Main Rail Line HANOI IndiKluna, June l.i i muih attacks in short, bitter bat- Rebel guerrillas rippevl up 300 ties is chairman of this group too Johnson Slates Anahuac Speech ANAHI AC. Tex June 13 P -Sen. Ly ndon B. Johnson is to be principal s^veaker when approxi inately b.ooo memlxMs of the My> varvis of the Hanoi Ha4»lh*ng rail line imiy U miles east ot Hanoi last night They usevl the twisted steel of the rails to barricavie the paralleling road and scrawled mud warning.' on the nxid that they intend to kill all French At the same time, the Commu-Rist-led guerrillas and their sympathizers moved in to “help" delta peasants harvest the rich net cr«»p. A French officer here predicted bitter tights w ill occur w hen the rebels try to get the nee out The 60 miles of rail and road to their main forces, between Hanoi and the port of i The mam A'letminh forces poised «riiwi I SlHHV TIIDSK .\UT08 — Fred Manchester. 70. parks his horse ami buggA* in ■    1*1.9    i.^**    _    _       r........*    l9A    n9at'<99:    bic bluntly told the iN)nlereiKe it should bridge the FastWe.Nt gap at onv'e or canduily admit failure tic White Heron of the Trinity , to the world River    hold their    hkh    annua!    tish    | The followiiig day Uden said as fry    at Fort    Anahuac    Dark    Satur    much again to the equally dtaJ dav night    ! k'cked Koi can contereiux: in w hu h ■i'he fraternal organualKWi. ere i F.astern and Western delegations ated to Uxvst river and w aler-stuxl | are    split on the mann« development in the Southwest, ad-iot conducting elections to umty viwates the canali/alion ol the Kor%*a American source* suhI tb# nine I members of the Indochina confer Haiphtvng form a critical    lifeline ,-A.T    AM.    ».n«    OVT.SI TK9H    UT Ihis Otv »»I th.    »“r- e.rti.'    <’*»«'¡0    »»*4    »«rni    Mo-.aio    *»d    rounduvg liena Over    this    lifeline M    IS carried all manner    of American f    waij»    iht    sh!    laiHitHi    on    :>hip    Bt    llai for attack on the delta and Hanoi are concentrated in five areas outside the triangular delta and in relatively sparse country They must have ample food stocks to Trinity River from Anahuac to Dallas .and Fort Worth tMhei-s ex|MH.'led to attend in cluile Sen I'rice Daniel ot l.ib erty and U S Rep OUirk W Thompson of Galvestim Tt MrSRAU a»s : ìaJ J 9Í 1 M 4 a > Jrt • » T » ( N • M I* » U M 13 M P VI IN «1 »9 *S • I •: S3 m Ht«S mé to** t»MW«tiurM tor M Iwura MstoU »4 t »: *1 «M* tS, ...    »    ,    Mto*»    wi»p#r»iwr« »»«R« 4*t* enee were tentatively scheviuleu to >#« t«t vm Tni .assemble in a pleiuHiy. or semi-public, lessiivn t omorrow at 3 p m 19 am, EST). This was subject i iMuwi iMt lOgs-. " n *-m SwjuM lest,* 131 a M. S«UM«< twamitt V 41 e m Rari.«!*«*# r««4uu al * I* p m » •* RaUUvt liiuiuaK) «4 *•** »OR- phimg Infiltrating guerrillas har- ^ carry them thro’ogh any sustained ras-s it almost daily    attack and the food must coma They extvute ambushes .uid from within the della area, small* attacks and the opposing ^ t'rench army officers said rov-bYeach Union foavs stH'ar out in mg patrols, mobile infantry units mopup campaigns as the battle ! and armored columns are girding for the Red River IVUa shaj»es for “big fights" to cut lb# thou-up atovvly French-pilotevi American fighter* and B’J6 binubers dumped 50 sand* of underground supply route* between the rebel guerrilla* and symi'athiiers m the delta to tlNi tons of high expJosives and na-1 assault div isions drawn up at palm Oil gtiernlla sl.*x»ngholds only j Thai Nguyen, 40 mile* north ol a few miles east of Hanoi CA^rly Hanoi, Fhu Tho, tt niilea north-today During the night two small i west; Phu Nho Quan, S5 milea posts, one noitlwast and the other | southwest and T^nh Hoa, W southeast ot Hanoi, beat olí Viet-i    milea    soutk A ;

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