Abilene Reporter News, July 5, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - July 5, 1954, Abilene, Texas PARTLY CLOUDY Wht »ne ^epcírter-^to¿ "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES" Byron VOL. LXIIl, NO. 381 Asäociated PrcM» (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5 1954—TWELVE PAGES PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c Pair Oppose Ending Ties Over China New Haskell County jail, ready for use. phuto by BJohra Airman Admits Rape, Murder Of Girl, 3 SAN ANTONIO. July 4 A :!1-year-oid airman admiued uxlay the brutal rap«.' ■ murder oi pretty, blonde 3 year-old Cheie Jo Horton in an old gravel pit southwest of here last night. Tlie tot had been alxlueled from her parents' car parked in front of a cafe near Lackland Air Force Ba.se ”1 assume all r«'spi»nsibi!ity tirr what has happened.” .\.3c. .Jimmy X. Shaver, a ta«tieal instructor at Lackland, said in a written statement to otiieers Bexar County ixdice investigator Dean Jone> said murder charges against Shaver ««ere tiled this afternoon \«ith Feate Justice L H. Talbert. Shaver was jailed without bond    I Sa.«s He Blanked Out .Jones said Shaver made a state- ; ment in which he said he renfm-j bert*d taking the child to the gravel, pit but •'blacked out” after that. • He blamed it on drinking," * Jones sauT    i A 20-> ear-old basm trainee at * Lackland from Durham. N r uho had Ixen que-luwtKi was completely cleared in the case. Jones said Shaver had given officers the trriinei's name The child'.s brt'ken bady was found early this morning after alHiut 2tki sear'-hers. including ion from Lackland. combtHl the thick!« w'KKied area She lay face up. her IxKiy tw,s,od .nd tmdmlolhm,-. In ht'f riijhi hand clutch-ed a wLsp uf blond hair officers ~ NEW POKEY OPENS Haskell's Red, While Jail Bows Out to Modern Prison HASKELL. July 4 iRNS»-Has kell County’s pretentious red and white brick jail building, long a Wichita Falls. the largest and most modern county prison bet«veen Abilene and The late Joe Irby «cas county judge when the old jail ««as built, and Sheriff Dan Faulkner, now decea.sed, was the first to occupy the jail as chief law enforcement officer of the county. Contrasting with the imposing Old Haskell County jail, built in 1910. phoio by Biohin landmark in this city, goes into disuse today. On that date, inmates ««ill be transferred to the new county jail building two blocks away, county officials said Satuday. Unless the holiday week-end changed the situation, seven men held in the; three-story building, the new $80,-old jail «vill have the experience j 000 county jail is a one-story struc-ot moving into “new” quarters; ture which also has quarters in and gam the unenviable honor of j one section for the jailer or sher-being first to occupy the county's iff and his family. Capacity of the modern prison.    two buildings is the same, with The old jail building, still an ' accommodations for 30 inmates, imposing structure in its exterior! Open house was held at the new appearance was built in 1910 on i jail Sunday afternoon, when visit- the southeast corner of the square. At the time and for many following years, it was considered ors were given an opportunity to , inspect all sections of the building. Welfare Fund Laws Urged Spsuu fuutl To Keep Union Money Safe • I th    neared    the    $9.000    mark    Sun-. « AS,HN,,T(.S. .,aU 4    .op    P folio«.. l>v oral n.o„,h-s a res- j    | union leiuier said today that labor    calling    on all unions i his own ILGW'U took in 54 million ; proceeds from a benefit mid- ,.uc. >.A.u    4-    -.    .    Council    calling    on    all    unions    i    his own ii«uv>c ... -    Proceeds    from    a    Deneiii    mia organizations ma« ntncr he able ,    strong safeguards over j dollars in 1953 and spent more than    Friday    at    the    Par to police hilhondollar welfare - L "    '    aft million in benefits. This last    opheater    mav    swell    the    func l«elieve .she tore from her own head .\n examination shu««ec! fwth jav«s broken, uther head injuries and both hips di>locai(Hi post mortem exan n.uiun showed the child had Invn r..i>ed The child's tuiher. mother and 5.sear-old brother were inside the cafe when the girl was taken from the car parktAl just outside the cafe. Mr. and Mrs J C Horton said See DEATH. Page 5. Col. Z funds proiHuly and pro{x»ed they . »^ith fund.. ^    ^ support passage of laws to protect; President Kiscnhowcr asked Con- ; gress last January to study ad- Dasid Dub„.ky. «ice President , national Ladu< Ga.meni Worker.^    «o'*’    so. Union, acknowledged that ' a num-1 Sen. Humphrey iD-.Minn a leg- 3ft million in benefits. This last amount ««as more than the total benefit expenditure of all .AFL unions in 1938 “Manv rank and file amount Theater may swell the fund pass the $10,000 mark. Manager Wally Akin announced ticket sales 1 so far exceed $1,000. ------trade    un-    Tickets    may    be    purchased    from    relief officials are swamped i&msts with a long and passionate . policemen or women Hieter check-    peiei«se    aovd Disaster devotion to the freedom and indi^|    ^    Relief Office relayed today a siate- Union. ackm.wicdged that a num-j ^'vn.    ^.    ««    ......... - -c- ; pendence of free trade unionism. Family debts totaling    I    from officials at Laredo and ber of rackets have sprung up” islator whom labor union.s regard ^    “kno«»-    that    any    have been paid, to leave a i Eagle Pass that the “need has j ...... "    funds,    a.s their .supporter, recently intm-! jprm of governmental intervention ance of $7.384 20    ;    „,^1 xjq more supplies need unions ^uced legislation to require full fi-!    affairs is an evil.    [    Contributions    are    being    accept-' Would Go On, Even if Reds Are Admitted WASHINGTON, July 4 !.¥t—Sen. Fulbright (D-Ark) and Rep. Short ' R-Mo) said today they don’t agree with Sen, Knowland (R-Calif) that the United States should quit the United Nations if it admits Red China to membership. Sen. Hickenlooper (R-Io««a> said he ««ould “seriously consider” the idea. The three gave their views on TV-radio sho««’S in answer to questions about Kno«vland’.s statement last week that if Communist China is seated in the U.N. he would resign as Republican Senate leader and devote his efforts to getting this country out of the organization. Fulbright and Hickenlooper. members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, appeared on NBC's “American Forum of the Air.” Short, chairman of the House .Armed Services Committee, was interviewed on NBC’s “Youth Wants to Know.” Short said that to admit Red China to the U N. would be “appeasement’ and would further weaken the U S. position and that of all the free world. And while he is “fed up” by Russia’s veto of vital issues. Short said. “I want us to continue, cerlamly for the time, as a member of the United Nations to support it.” What he would like this country AUSTIN. July 4 Texans and that no more food or clothing be jq short declared, is “sever others    have    so    generously met    the i    sent by County Judge R E. Bibb [ all diplomatic relations with Soviet i call for    food    and    clothing needed ■    i^iavor W'.A. Hewatt at Eagle ' Russia and refuse to trade with i by Rio Grande flood victims that    *    anv of the Communist countries. . ,     J    Pass    country's    trouble The state Red Cross ofiice said ^    U.S.    recognition    ot    the it bas enough supplies "to meet i soviet Communist regime, he said, the needs on both sides of the Rio | which “under the cloak of diplom- CROW FINDS COOL SPOT—Rusty, pet crow of 14-year- old Martha Ann Bradford in Cleburne. Tex., appears here to be telling prettv mistress that 100-degree weather just wasn’t meant for à crow. Rusty spends most of the day on the Bradford’s window cooler, where the temperature is a little lower. Aid Tops Needs In Flood Areas m union handling of the rich He said that unless the eurb tlu'M' fumis ail labor will suiter a blav k e>e oiiii the stake of union ir.tnnU'rs and their f.imil.'es in the fund.s w ill be s; opardized. For Official Magaiine Dubin.'ky .s discussion of the welfare fund protdiMn ««as preparevf for publication ui the AFL’s official magazine. The Federationist 59 YEARS AT ROBY Cowboy, Rancher E. C. Cave, Dies r.ancial report« <*n such funds and to require their in«e.stment policies to come «vithin tho.se fixtKl by slates for prnate insurance companies Ma> Face Attack    ; Dubinsky said that li unions don’t i do a last cleanup job themselves | 01 get behind saleguardinp legisla- * titui ”anti-labor legislators «vill | .veize upon a limited evil in some ' unioti}. as an excuse to attack or | weaken the labor movement as a i whole ”    1 RDBV. Jul« 4 HNS ~F C iRas» Cave. 87. early day cowboy and rancher, dux! in Callan Hos pital in Hutan .Sunday aUcrnvM'n follov«ing so«er.d weeks (d illness He w.iN Mill actively engaged m ranching until tiie unie c4 hi.N ill-ness His r.meh i.s lixattxi eight miles west «)f Roby in the .'sardis I'omimmity Ii is the »uig;n.«l ratu h-land filiKf on by his father m 1882 Mr t'ave had lived there tor the past 39 years Mr t'ave atui his wife the f«»r ' mer I .»ura M.Uilis (>! Koti«, to whom he was married June 28, 1911, had no iluldren # then own hut reared a number ot children None was a«lopi*Hl but wa« given a home as long as tic iuhhIihI it Traveled in \4.igon niece they auievi in rearing fv Mi.- .Jack K«'nnedv ot Kotan A noi'hew tluv reiiriNl is F.d |>ulan«*y. no«« living in t’alifornia Two children wlu> liv«'<l in the I' sv, home until tliey were man uni were Fffi»* and Jack rhompsvm VJlte is now .Mrs Jim M.irdis ot hweclwaitT and Jack lives m tk1 essH Both w%;e present when Mr Cave died Mr Cave w.«s horn in Bell County (Hi *25. l8o«», Sim ««t the late Mr and Mr H p t'ave Hi.« tamily came in a •overesl wagon to this area in lH'i4 I'hey Iiv«h1 in du.gout on \ alley I'm k ne.u tlie prc'i'iil town ot Wing.Ue. run rung cattle on the oinm '¡mge They moved to the new town oi ,<sw«'etw.uei in 1877 and the fath«'i built a Itveiv stable, hotel and one of the lust permanent homes Iher*' When he was young. Mr « ave workt'd lor the oUi ”18 thittit ' H ranching mtere.st. am! a num Ihm of «Uher rmuh outfits in the »ren He heUwHl huiM the first tenies in Fisfm County l-unrral Tuesdav Ml Cave was a memfver of the It.vptisl Church f«»r .Vi years k'uneral w U be held nt to a m Tue.sday in tlie First Baptuil Chureh in Roby Officiating will ba Dr. Lawnmce M.tyes. pastor of ttie Fu st B.ipt.s* L hurcb ol Rotan. .iNiisted by He« Muri Ji»hr.s of Beby .t:.d Kev R M Parsley. pasti'!' ol thc ihunh .«t (’loss Ho.uLs Bur.al wìH he in Koby cem-etery under direction oi \Ve;ilhers-Ree l'uiui.il IRmie ot Rotui. Sur« 1«ors include bis «vite. Laura four inothers. W alKer, Mark, aiul Emmett. Kotan rancherà, and | 33 Texons Dead In Holidoy Mishops By THE    lAlED PRESS ToXiis Fiuirth of July violent toll ro.'-e to at least 33 deaths Sunday — 17 m traifie F.ighl others drowntni. live were shot one iH’ateii Ri death, another fatally stablH'd and one fatally injured in a water skiing accident ^ I'aul \ arner. 49. San Angelo nuH'hanu. was sh«>t and killed in I a cate ai gumcnt on the edge ot .^an Angelo Police arrested a man ; from Big Lake. Tex Mrs Viol.a Martin. 59. San An- NOT ALWAYS HOT HERE ON JULY 4 It's not always hot on July 4. Back on July 4. 1917. the .Abilene mercury skidded to 48. degrees Sunday’s low m Abilene was 73 Running back through their records Sunday weathermen at the U. S. Weather Bureau said that was the lowest temperature ever recorded here by the bureau for the Independence Day. i ed at The Abilene Reportoa-News. Checks should be made payable to Spann Appreciation ed.” the Jimmy I flood victims    in Nuevo Laredo as •    «.914    9=-»" as    an emergency br.dgy ,s New idls:    ! Carlton k Peggv Wainscoti 1    00 Marlin    said    two warehou^s are Ina Wooten Jon'es    15.00    f'»od with clothing ready (or dts-  tribution. Total    $8.930    92 i Martin    was    joined in his request Officials joined in thanking peo-^    ,,    T    /    t    u    !    pip    everywhere    who    have shown t.ad'XLrce'hi^fs trucSL''^-> «^—ity in their outpour of food are standing by for helping . ing of food, clothing and bedding for persons stricken by the Rio Grande's worst flood. Partial water service was restored at Laredo at 3; 15 p.m. today. .Jim Ruby r.incbcr: a sister. Mrs. ; gelo. died Sund.iy of injuries re- i    pre«licted W W' Barron, witc of a San .An-1 c :‘iv«\1 S.iiurtlay when struck by’ gelo rancher    i    a i .ir a.« she vrosstHi a street Death Toll Climbs To 180, Bui Way Below Estimate Bv THE .ASStKlATED PRESS Safety exjverts said Sunday the nation'.« Independence Day week-^^^  ............ end traffic death toll “is accelerat-1    firecrackers, mg. " but still may fall short of i    _ 'Hot' Vodka Shop Six Persons Injured Hid Behind Skirts n 11 I* I /#^ • «# Draws Red Wrath But Holiday Quiet ^    ,    troni 01 a oress snop. Six persons were injured, five in > St) to thc Tate .Auction Barn w'nen jpcakeasies drew fire in automobile accidents, Sunday as ; his pickup was struck in the >ide ; paper Komsomol krv>nt » ‘'nuiet” hv thc cast-bound auto Both cars acy, gained access to many of our secrets and much of the materials we have given to them ” Fulbright said the U N,, “as inadequate as it is. is the only alternative we have, now. for the long-term future, to tlie old policy of war at nearly every occasion i there is a disagreement. ”    ^ Hickenlooper said the L nited States should use its veto to keep Red China out of the U N. because • there is a tremendous international morale problem involved if R^ China is permitted to shoot itself into the organization. THE WEATHER the .Abilene area spent a “quiet day during the three-day July 4 hoiiday weekend None of the injured w as considered seriously hurt Five of thc injuries were in five ' iff Lewis Claxton separate avxidents. The sixth was the result ot burns suffered MOSCOW. July 4 cfv-.An illegal vodka bar camouflaged behind the front of a dress shop, and other the Sov iet Pravda today The Communist Aouth League by the cast-bound auto Both cars were damaged consiueraDly. The accident was tnvesligaied j. ^ consistent crusader for by Highway Patrolmen Dan 'jpuritv and temperance, asked an lin and Kip Allen and Deputy Sher .puuv>    vK»v.t.>.    u.rm    Ihn^icw , intensive government dnv e to close    « jdovvn open vodka bars in the    ri Jim Badgett. 8.vyear-old Mitchell ne vvas admitted to Hendrick j Traffic deaths retx»rte<1 by the | ^'ounty larmer. was injured in an ; Memorial Hospital and attendants tj^.yj.^i.iy of youth, and .VO hour mark of the 78-hour^holi-1 automobile accident at 11 a m Sun- i there Sunday night reporttxl he was i    arouiid fac ••doing just fine”    ...... See HOI.ID.W . Page 5. Cid. 1 day {H»ruxi numlvered 180 Sixty-1 rfay on I’ S Highway 8«) on the three drownings and 33 miscellan- ea.«tern edge ol Colorado City, eous accident tatalnies brought the B.idgetl is in Kcx»l Memorial Hos-1 .Mrs John Henry Owens. 34. of over all ti'tal to 278    pUal with a gash on the back ; Kostiw was given emergency • The n.ation i.« d««ing a good jv'h ,    multiple    hrui.ses    |    treatment    at    RckvI    Mt'morial    Hos- of holiday driving and if the pres- ^ abrasions He is not Ivelieved ) ent rate can be maintain ed’t^, ^e seruHiidy injured    j throughout the holiday fvenod the ^ Gadgetl s pickup truck was in a ! «leath toll could well stay below ; ^n,sion with a late nuxlel auto-or at tlie 3hi> mark—far below the ' mobile dnvTn by Taylor Vow ell. pie • holuiay e.stimate, " Novi H ; aj, of Waco, a former Colorado IVarborn. president of the Natuw- i oity re.sident al Safety Council, said    VoweU's two children. Tate Lee. The National Safety Council had .7, and Yvonne, 3. were shaken up and were examintHf at Root Memorial Hvxspital but released with out Ire.itment Radgett was crvvssing Highway Russia had during the first world j w ar but to improve nvrals'- P^f*! to dry up 1 p»>ts around factories and | schiOls. On May 25 the Ministry : ot Trade closed all drink-and-run ■ joints    I But the youth paper declared! vodka stands were slUl flourishing in many cities. I-« DEPXRTM1NT or COMMtBCr WK«THA;R BlKEAl VBILE'vr    MCINITV — Parih «na «xuitiiued    Mond« »nd TbMdav Ptóiblc «»d«b »c»u»red iB the v cin>t.v Mond«. t#m-peralur» biHh d«s «o » »v lon ‘^‘XORTH CENTRAI «M« «« t-'T T)-\ «S Cl«ar n> p-inb    «aiir SVHTH^I^TR «!    1    ^    X «> nd» on c-RL' - M    , „ 1 s# i .5? :i ^ ti M    « M    ** T» n .0    ■ -    ' and Km «jmr**    K’i    24 H -ar? *and ««-mperaiurt-* aamt date liAt ' f4ir ^    ^    «    à SansnK alo niahi T .W p na «vuiruMf U'd*> 5.3T am Sur*!.« U»a.»h« ' P ni ^ Baromrter readu»« al ¡1 p m ♦»— Relative humtdilj at ? ?' P «w Si' STOCK OUTDOING COWHANDS priMictevl a reconf 430 lives would be lo.st in auto accidents during the iH'fUKl trom 8pm Friday to mid mght Monday. Guatemalans Gathering Notes on Red Atrocities Record Crowds Expected For Final Day of Reunion I SAHOrAlit:, THAT’S WIIAP—At lea.st that's what iHtHith oUl Hu’ky .\lli.soii ot Bv'llon. I’ox . .sconis to bo .«av ing Hkkoy’s mother, .Mt> L J .\llis«»u took him to town lor the first time and somehow he slipped and fell Kick-ey's left leg was broken just above the tvtn'o^ H«* s shown Gl ATE MALA. July 4 ^-Gua^ em.Ua s new man of the hour. Col Carlo.« Ca.slillo .Armas, said tixiay his Motonous relx'l comm.Hnd is collecting “much informatum ’ tvn alh'gvHl atrocity charges against oustcvl President Jacotn« ArlH*n? Cl u I m a n and his Cornyvum.«t-hacked regime Hi .Xrbenz and FoiTigii Ministi'r CiUillt'rmo Toriello h.8vc taken ret ' uge in the steel-shuUerod Mexican Emhassv and have bi-en retxvrted preparing to fly out ot the country tomorrow I Itie junta has said Mitical ref ugees will be caretuUy scret'ntxi j to determine whether they are m heiore onduct 8T\MFv)RD. July 4 — It attend a ne'e at the two final perform am*es Monday of the Texas C vwboy Re unnm iiHiiv mUow> the pattern set at tin three previous events rxvoid erowds tor the aitern««'n (Pk'luie on Page 51 to thc htamford sanitarium h»r repairs after he was mauletl around bv one of the mare:^ cows, the latter umkI in the milk ! The injured cont-siaiii was BMly  ing contest, shaded the cowhands | Davis. Stamiord. son of Mi' Craw and Un an overwhelming i«ercentage of j ford Curmtheis. Billy suttere<l a night shows of the 24iH annual event are ex|«ected by rmiex» ol ficials Attemianee at the tirst three stay on deck the eight seconds re-lught shows increasvHf uiUil the quired to cxvniplete a ride tfnly stamfs. which seat le.iXW fHSH-w' i three milkers got enough milk in were UlU'd nearly to eapaeity Sat- their fHUtles to qualify for a score \icione.«    I    painful but no{ venous head iiv Only three ot thc would-be sad-; jury when he got tangUnl up wtUi dk‘ bronc riders were able to | the marc's hovives He suffered laceratuins t*n his head and brui.i-es over the tvody The h«*spital s lid in an intt'rview the data volveil in crimuud c.i.«es pr«*babl>‘ will be submitted to the they can be grantvNl sate I’nitevf Nations    j    t»f the amntry He .«aid his rebel forces,    whose!    The declaration by    Castillo Ar two week campaign «tier    an in-    \    mas t«Klay indicated the junta may .«p. ...... — J........ ,    , v.asion from exile June II    toppleil;    hv building up a court    case against in .Ncott and White Memorial Ho.spitala m lemple where ^the tivrmer leftist government, con Arbenr he'8 thc star patient He'll he in tr.u'tion for three week.«    .Artveni    and a numi>er ot hit 'I’rvitm to amuse Riekev here is his grandmother. Mr.s . oiu.iguc.« • cnmmaii and de D.'c. KooUh of Bolton.'    ‘>l...«l lho> mu«t be Castillo Armas u’day night when oflicial« estimated 8.D«k) fans weix* on hand Saturxlay night > shiwv was run oft ill the .shortest tune «‘f any 01 the first thr»H‘ U was a night of victory (or the tine rodeo . sttH'k pnvvuled by Goat Nl.\vo of who entert'd the Alavo .« >.iddle broocs Brahma and iHvt too many of the calf roper« pvxstevt any sort ot mark None 01 the v-onte.vtanls in the wild mare races giH their animals saddlevl .-ind acnvas the two separate arena lines which ihey are requirevi to do to qualify for day money. One of the participant.« in the viild mare race, in which two take supervisor said Sunday that Davis was still confined to bed but re-ccvsrmg nicely, Sor.iiy Mavu. son of the rixlet> pri'diuer, was limping around in th«' arena Saturvlay night but wa% not iinmobihztHi enough to keep him from taking part in the bull riding event. Young Mayo suffered a leg in Mayo.« «aauie oronc«    ui.-i    xitnxi    n    i    •!    l See REVOLT. Page 5, Cel. I ' roping calves. wiM mart's .and wild i part, a fider and a helper, went ;

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