Abilene Reporter News, July 28, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - July 28, 1954, Abilene, Texas FAIR AND HOT I {Ar    ^Wk Abilene toorterMORNING'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES''—Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 40 Aêtociated Pre$$ (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1954—TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c ’ Ÿ Y 5 ' Weary Senators Approve Ike's Atomic Energy Bill Zwicker Arrogant, McCarthy ; He Wasn't Mistreated WHAT’S IN A NAME?—Most people may take having a name for granted—but not Don Robert Lee. At least, that’s what his name was after District Judge J. R. Black signed a court order Tuesday afternoon. The youth, who says he believes he is about“ 19 years old, didn’t realize thè importance of a name until he tried to enlist in the Air Force. (Staff Photo) HE^S PON ROBERT LEE Court Gives Name To AF Volunteer K “nanieless” youth who says known his birthplace, his parents' he does not know who hts family | name. Ih« date h“*    ,    e.    „.e    .„o., ...of«,,.. ,s had « name^Tuesday Mlernoonllhe d^^    w.tness"^r among the WASHINGTOX. July 27 Sen McCarthy <R-Wis), denying that witnes.ses before his investigations subcommittee have been mistreated, said today he was not even very ‘‘impatient” in questioning Brig. Gen. Ralph VV. Zwicker, McCarthy’s questioning of Zwicker. Camp Kilmer, N.J., cwnmand-er widened a growing rift between the Wisconsin senator and Pentagon officials and helped touch off the lengthy McCarthy-Army hearings. Secretary of the Army Stevens accused McCarthy of browbeating the general. McCarthy brought up the incident under questioning before a ; Senate Rules subcommittee which is studying the need and possibility of writing new rules to govern Senate investigations. Zwicker ‘Arrogant’ “Some might say I was impatient with him,” McCarthy said of Zwicker. ”1 don’t think I was.” But he said he considered Zwicker ‘‘the most arrogant, the most Under McCarthy’s repeated questioning he said he did not think whoever had approved it should be discharged. The record of the hearing, published later, showed McCarthy then replied: Not Fit for I’niform “Then, general you should be re-nvoved from any command. Any man who has been given the honor of being promoted to general and who says, ‘I will protect another general who protected Communists.” is not fit to wear that uniform, general.” .McCarthy said also his commit tee is not yet through with the case of Annie Lee .Moss who suspended as a Pentagon employe after McCarthy said testimony showed she was a former Communist party member. She denied the charge and was reinstated after Mrs. Mary Mark-ward, a former undercover informant for the FBI, conceded she could not identify personally the Annie Lee Moss she said was a dues-paying Communist. The Pentagon said Mrs. Moss now is working in a non-sensitive job while her case is under consideration. SENATOR McCLFLI AN ... takes slight lead Gary Leading'TV Star' McClellan Coe in Sooner Leading in Arkansas Runoif Voling The youth who said he believes schools in California and lived in ¡le IS about *19 wars old. iHKame ; Oklahoma. Arkansas. .Mississippi IXw Robert Lee when District; ami Texas. Judge J. R. Black M^ned a court , Tee signe<i his full new name, order giving him that name. \ oung Lt*e was r< presented in ■he ever encountered. McCarthy had sought unsuccess- OKLAHOMA Cm’, July 27 i/S-State Sen. Raymond Gary, Madill, held a steadily climbing lead to- LITTLE ROCK. Ark., July 27 —Sen. John L. McClellan, who became known to nationwide television audiences through his participation in the McCarthy-Army hearings, took an early lead for renomination over three opponents in first unofficial returns from to- fully to obtain from Zwicker the    Democratic    nomina-1    i ........... ...... names of .Army otficials who tion for governor with halt of the '    Prhferential    Democratic pri- “Don Robert Lee.” to an affadavit ordered the honorable discharge of    counted    in    Oklahoma’s    torrid    r«    •    i , „„„„ ,    „    _________   .vav.ng    he    had    no    funds    and    was    ! -''hi. Irvmg Peress. an Army den-1    jieeUon.    also tnrheirmg in jLU ¿rack-s of- unahle lo pay the court costs for 'After an early lead - swapping ;„e by County JudseR.**i, In,Mis.    ^    (!■«    veteran    aenator_    pulled    |    from    192    of    .Arkansas' be who represented him both as Judge Black said he has never attorney and as next inend be-1 before received a petition fn>m a cause of the doubt about Ixh*’.« Pt'rstm who had no name or did a£e A minor cannot f w an.v T ,al' niH know what his name w,-is. action in court, but must be re-. presented by a per.'«ni 21 years or ’ older as ’ nex» friend.” Lee told Judge Iti.w k that he had been informed at the Air j F'nccp recruiting station he cmild make application to enhst when he receiv«*d a name Recruiters .Stumped Air Force recruiters were .stump ''’rw“kei“'s!^“he did not know ; Ian 10.127 votes to 5.446 for former Gov. Sid McMalh; 1 721 for Demo-, c r a t i c National Committeeman the state’s 3.154 precincts gave j pgyi Chambers, and 130 for Little Gary 160.066 votes to 149.^ for i garage operator Leonard El-Coe. Nearly half of Gary s lead    made    no    campaign. u    rtf    »hi*    attorney    who    made    his    third *Ai^y';,d*'pp™ST'’di.ct;^T™ye fry for U,e nom.no,ion . ■      Unofficial    returns    from    2.038    of Cherry 9,429 votes- Or\'al Faubus, Huntsville weekly newspaper publisher, had 6,491; state Sen. Guy Jones of Conway 2,042, and Gus McMillan of Sheridan 900. Only 26 of the 501 boxes in the 4th Congressional District had reported, and these gave Rep. Oren Harris of El Dorado a majority over three opponents. Long Conference Battle Due, Now WASHIfJGTON, July 27 fAP) — Bone-weary senators approved President Eisenhowers sweeping atomic energy program, with some basic changes, tonight on the 13lh day of a hot debate. The tally was 57-28. The vote approved an omnibus measure opening the atomic field to private industry and authorizing the President to reveal some nuclear secrets to foreign Allies. The bill goes now to a Senate-House conference where another stiff skirmish, behind closed doors, is expected in ironing out major differences. The Senate wrote in amendments requiring companies taking part in the atomic power program to share their patents with other concerns for 10 years, and authorizing the Atomic Energy Commission and some other government agencies to operate atomic power plants. The House voted for normal patent rights, except for developments created under government auspices, and specifically barred the AEG from getting into large-scale power production. Threaten Fight Senators who fought to write public power features into the bill have threatened another long battle if they are dropped in conference. At the finale, the Senate had considered the measure almost exclusively for approximately 168 hours. Senate Republican Leader Know-land called that a record for concentrated attention on a single measure. The Senate has spent TROOPS FREED Aside from McClellan, Harris, a I more elapsed time on other bills 14-year House veteran, was the but it has put them aside in mid- only member of the .Arkansas congressional delegation oppo«ed for re nomination. debate to handle other matters. The fight over atomic energy and Knowland’s tactics in seeking If he wins renomination — the ‘ an early vote carried the Senate equivalent in Arkansas of electiwj into one almost continuous session —on the basis of today's primar>', • of 85 hours, 48 minutes and anc’h- Enemy Jets Prowl Uneasy Hainan Sky y w^rwn ! «■ v»'-"'"»*; | HONG KONG W .Him-sday, ,Iul> ,mm^,.>tely t h f s e »RS-'-'«-''«'    h.s    sixth    lvr.n,    trailed    a es but said he did not - ^ ^ , s and K«i xls yester- acts or it would be held entirely name or n,,;e    Utov    prowUd    the    uneasy    skies    off    responsible     .    a______________ „..irta rxrtctai came from populous Oklahoma County—largest in the state. He also led slightly in Tulsa County, ' second largest in population. .An upset appeared in the making in the lieutenant governor’s race where Lt Gov. James E. Berry. In the governor’s COTitest, re- McCIellan will have to get a majority of all votes cast. If no candidate gets a majority, the two top men go into a runoff tum.s from 207 precincts gave ¡ Aug. 10. ENGINEERS STRIKE ed .Monday when 1 tn» volunteereii | HONG Kt>NG. Wednesday, July immediately n..< services kuuw hL, lume or .-.¿e    !    day    pro»    k-.l the uneasy skies uft responsible    post    office    departmeni    ruled    postal To quesliiui, pul by .tudse Hainan, »nere a Hritish airliner: only eiihl of 18 aboard were „.a, »e mailed were obscene, BUnk, Lee .«ad he went thruugh    down Ia.«t week and I S saved when two Red planes shot    rnuh*>v Pmk Williams, whose Ah, to Be in Houston, With Air Cooling Gone the ninth grade in .school anil that he iKid jtds m Oklahoma and F'.asl Texas. s application in court for a name state«i tliat he has never NEWS INDEX HOl'STON. July 27 -.to—Tenants three skyscraper office buildings were without air conditioning OoW fcKJV ninth grade in school and that (meters bagged two Red planes rfown the airliner F'riday off Hain-:    criticizing    the'”ETsenhow«    i    H01S1X).N. J had rcHently been working at Sunday.    ‘an. Peiping ajtologized to Britain. ’ is“    of    three skyscraper ofi.ce buUd Commercial planes were flying tiut London m a note yesterday yus mail, jumped into a lead far stMith of Hainan Island, the Red accused Red China of violating    Returns    from    371 air and sea ba.«e off the South —international custom and    Williams    25.876 China coa.st. Even so. three air-: jor" ^ hampering re.scue opera-1    ig    g75    for    Berry liners reporliHl they were buzz^ tions.    |    Republican    U,S    Senate by I S or Red jets as tar as 120    extent    of    the    I    S    and Com-1 race. Raymond H. F'lelds. Guymon munist aerial sweeps in the South publisher, led F'red M. Mock, for- er which ended tonight after lasting nearly 36 hours. Cm Operate Plants Britain Inks Pact lo Quit Suei (anal CAIRO. Eg>pt, July 27    — Britain and Egypt signed an agreement tonight for removal of all 83.000 British troops from the Suez Canal zone defenses but providing that the West may still use the great base against aggression. Under the agreement the foreign troops will be pulled out within 20 months. The administration of the zone has no direct connection with the operation of the canal. The waterway is a strictly commercial operation. owned by an Egv ptian stock company. The management is mainly French, Civilian foreign technicians, pre- The Senate nailed into the bill i §umablv British, will maintain the an amendment by Sen. Edwin C.    after    the Johnson fD-Colo) authorizing any !    jpgyc federal power agency to operate |    to    move atomic power plants, if they can ,    defense    base in get funds from Congress, and giv-    aggression    against ing preference in the sale of power to coi^ratives and publicly-owned utilities. an Arab state or Turkey. The agreement ending the long depute between the two countries at eignt buildings, including the Shamrock and Ben Milam hotels. ^ Others were Foley’s and Joske's research plants. The Senate approved an amend- .A second amendment, by Sen. |    future    status    of    the    canal GiUette (D-Iowa. gives the same)    ^ere    tonight preference for byproduct power ^ ^ ^    Minister    Gamal now available from present AEC    g^itish    War    Mm- SECTION A Womcn'i ntA»t 4-S 0)1 nawi 6 Sports 10.11 SECTION B E8itoriolt ..... 2 Comtes .....4 Form naws. Markets . .....7 Radio-TV log _____8 niiles away from Hainan. .Angry I’rotests for today’s 98 degree temperature | department stores and the Pruden-as building engineers began a 1 ttal, Melrwe, Oil and Gas, and strike in support of demands for j Scanlan office buildings. a uniform pay scale.    ,\u    doors    and    windows    were    open,    j    -    .    .    '    ,    a;. Members of Local 707 of the AFL * some of them for the first time,;    aF her, ,he P“‘«*    ‘»R    “'■ ^ Pool Plans Okayed ment by Sen. Kerr (I>-Okla> providing that new patents be shared with qualified applicants for a 10 Stationary Engineers Union also ■ at the three buildings wl .'hma -Sea was unfold.Nl by pilots „icr I' S.' Dis.ncT Al.orney, on the established picket line, at three \ c^l.ng systems were not in oper- j ,„,„„,Honal clanses permitting P'""*' si'H-dmii, Peiping    three    airliners    a.s    they    land-    basus    of    early    returns and UaNhingtuii exchanged angry ppfH-'o\ r the Sunday affair in which I S earner planes shot down two Red protndler planes I other office buildings and four | ation. ed in Hong Kong from Bangkok. Bulled Frrneh Plane    'will    meet    Sen    Robett    S Kerr D- Capt Jacques Bruyyel. pUot ol Okla’ in the Nov. 2 general elee while guanting a .search (or sur’vb ' “    Cimstellation.    said    ,    tion.___ __ vors from the airliner Peiping de- : manded the United States “cease ¡ exchange of some nuclear informa- Winner of the Fields Mix'k race hotels but air conditioning systems one tenant al Meliie Es^rson tion’and’layiiig the groundwork for was “picketing the pickets thisi^,    President    Fasenhower’s    i    dYÓam Informed    in    Lon- Skyscrapers without air condi- afiemoon with a sign that read    .    «irtKeO    «««1    kk<xr*    I    *    “    .    , U.S., Britain Flay Red Act \S AMIlNGTuN, July 27 .?■—The . airmen wiio shot down the two Red I nitetl States today prote.«ted to fighters had “carried out barbaric Red China against ’’the barbarous attacks ’ under i>reton.«e of MIGS (Red jets but we cannot be sure“—buzzed his plane about 100 miles off Hainan. He said the four jet* followed his plane for four minutes, then bar-relixi across the ship’s course and vanished, CatH Max C. Weber, pilot of a Pan .American plane, said U S. $9.9 Million Grant For Air Base Here Given Final Okay continued in operation. ister Antony Head. This preliminary pact, which will take British troops out of Egj'pt for the first time since 1882. ! is expected to lead to a formal treaty between the two nations. Of the more than 83,000 troops in the canal zone. 16,300 are air force men and 18.000 non-British soldiers. Two-thirds of the garrison forces will be flown back to plan for a global atomic pool were |    ^he remaining Hurd will approved without change, as they | ^    elsewhere in the Middle East. iiomng were the Mellie and Niels; “Engineers, why gel steamed up? Esperson buildings and the South We tenants are hot under the col-    House. Coast Life Insurance building. j lar. too ”    ^    .    i    The Senate specifically approved Officials at Montgomery Ward k J^he was Mrs Lil Barbour, bust- Eisenhower plan for the AEC ,    ^    . Co . where air condiUoning was off, ness manager for th# Barbour eonlract with a southern utility • PrisOII Outficlders durmg the morning, said U was Oplic d Co. restored in the afternoon. Want Shorter Hour« Buildings being picketed but unaf-^ fected today were the Rice, Texas . g xrtc rt.kn    Houston and Lamar The final approval of $9.905^^' Hotels, the City National Bank, the ,      V    .4,    .X.V    TEX.ARK.ANA.    Tex    »r    -.Atty. Navy jets met his plane miles military construction al Abi-    F:xchange    and the Petrol-, Matt Davis of Gilmer defeated: from Hainan and escorted him for    porce    Base was 8‘ven, this nuHith by the Senate Ap-    Mugnier,    union business the vacancy on the 6th DisL. Court! several minutes before van.shing fapt Homi B. Misty, pilot of an prii^riations Committee. Air India International plane, said i group for new private power facilities to serve the Memphis. Tenn., area over Tennessee Valley .Authority lines. The proposal brought a drumfire of eight days' opp<»i- 1    .    4 tx:    i    ball game between the camp teams •in- rt: ^    Currituv^    counties. Texarkana .Atty. Otto Atchely forlg^J^pn tR-Mich> after the Senate    knocked    a    long,    high Gilmer Mon Wins Appeals Court Seot Just Keep on Going .AH08KIE. N. C. S — Three Currituck County prison inmate* were unaccounted for after a base- agent, .said between lt)0 and 125 of -Appeals. See SENATE. Pg. 3-A. Cel. 4 fly. Three fielders ran—and kept running. _ -    J    V    '    v'    ,    0.1    ’Tha* informatKvn was wired to ^    ^vent    on strike at 5 a m, ’ tloward McMAhon, Rep^ter-Ne». !    ,„d    .he enstneers ar. an er' rand of meivv. • Tht'-f avis are a ix*t>etition of ’ imjHTialist ,A m o r i c a s aggres-sion.s, ” said the statement by Vice F'fircL’n Minuster ‘ liang llan fu of Dh* Peiping regime It was broadcast and picked up in Tokyo Moseuw radio called the shoot ing dtiwn of the two Red planes a “.N e r I o u s provocation” and a ’■gaitoder utiaek” by the Imteii States. The I S notes were routwl thixiugh Hritani becaa.se the United ami lawlew attack” of communist fighter planes against an unarmed; British airliner, and their “unpto-' v-.iked ami wanton attack” on I S jtlaties searching for tlie liner'.« survivors. In b<Hh eaNe% the Unitmi Slates demandtHi appropriate and ade qu.ite jnimshmeiu for tho-e re.spoii .sible and that step.« lie taken al «nae ' to nssune that there be no r eiH'tition ” In iha ca«e of the three .Amer i*ans killed and three wounded when the auiiner wa.« shoi down    I    States    dt; s    m»t recognire    the    Chilli the South China Sea last Friday,    I    ''cs*    t    ommuni.st government,    and the Umtod Stater, demanded pom ! Britain iio«*s miles from Hainan and he saw two more about six miles off. 100-Degree Marks Fall Over Texas pubh.sher. Tuesday from I’. S | not seeking a general wage in- ’ Senator Lyndon B. John.son In crease but uniform wage and hour Washington, D C    I conditions They propose a 40-hour i Johnson went ou to .«ay it was week and a wage .scale of $2 02 an exiHvttHi that cxHistruction frrnn hmir or $350 a montn. Present this approt'nntiim shouki start on wages for stationary engineers, time this tall.    i Mugnier said, range from $307 to “The dt’tvarlmenl is mov ing with monthly. t»etir-alion for the victim.« and the families ot those killiHl 1 here can he no punishment toi twii ot those hUmed tor the altai k on the American planes They were shot down when the U S piUHs re-turiHHl their fire. Tlie notes were dmpatehed through lamdon, where the British government dceidiHl on a further protest of Its own to the Commu nisti. They were not made puhho here in textual form but late today tlie State IVpartineiil released a .summation of them ,The language of the .summary w«i blunt ami emphatic far be yond tlie iwuttl diplomatic nicetuxs Meanwhile, th«*re had already eome a defiant "grave pix»te»l” from Peiping eaying the American The state Department said thi.« country luis rcquesttHi tfie British “to iii.struci Us lepreseiilative at Peiping to present to the top au-thiM'iUes of the C!iiiu*se CtMimiuiust regime the vigorous prote.si of the I nitiHl State.s government against the harbaixius and lawU'ss attack" on the Hritish airliner In l,ondon, F'ftreign Secretary .Anthony Fkten told the House ‘I have lH*en rtHjue.sted to instruct our charge d affaire.« in Peiping to eonvt-y a protest to the Chinese government on behall ot the UiiiliHl States government Ivoth in re.«|HH t of the six U S citizens killetl Mild woundcMi in the liritbh airliner and the wanton interfer ence with st'arch and rescue oper-atione ui the area ot the in^dont” By THE .ASStH'IATF.U FRK.SS Texas took another bt'atmg from the sun Tuestla.v as the nuMilh long heat wave continued without promise of a letup UundrtHi • degree readings were reeordevi from the nv»rlhern Pan | the senator said hamlle to the southern tip of the .Mate Dallas lufi its 2.3rd eoii.MVUtive day of UX>-or-tH‘tler teiiHHu ature.« Only two Ivx'al sliower* were re-{vortt*d in the state up to 6 30 p in Tuesday, Wichita F’alls had a 21 inch shower betiae dawn, and a thuiuiersliow er w as retKUled at IVl Hlo late in the day Preskiio had the highest reading, 112 degree.« Gaheslon'.s H9 was the low maximum Dalhart, Brownsville .Amarillo Dallas and Childress liaii an even BXi degrtH's De! Rio had I to l a rtxki 109, Midlami, San Antonio and Salt F'lal 106 Houston had 95, Victoria 103, JuiuTion and .Austin BK5. and WavH). San Angelo, Mineral Wells and CtHuUa 102 l.ubbtvk. Lufkin. F'ort \5orHi and Abilene had 101. all tHX«sible dispatch to gel the work under way However, there are .some necc'ssary departmental priKtHiures to be atvomplisheii. These are normal i*iverating rt‘-quiremenls of the department” Eilender Grabs Louisiana lead NF:W OKLFLANS. July 27 Jh-Sen Allen J Fallender, running strongly outsaie New I'rleans, took a 12,652 vote lead timight in his l.mnsiana IVuuKTatic primary el tHtion rave for renomination to a touiih term Fdlemier had polkM T2.285 vvues with 549 of the state’s 1.036 pre-einet.s rei>orltHl Hl« neare.sl tMUHH'lUor—Demo cratic National Committeeman F'rank B F'llis of New t>rleans had a total of .59,63.1 vote.« prin cipally on the siriMigth of home town sentiment. Contracts were signed yesterday THE WEATHER I'. 9 ntrxRTMi-NT o> (xvwMkecK WKVIH» K Bt Kl Al VHll KNK AM' VlClMTV Onunuwl l*u ftsHl hi*l W«Nln«>»a*> *nd TTlurxlA.V Hi*h iciTti*«fr«tuiv iK'fh dc.'* 19» to 19S tl»«r»< »    1-1» Wtsfi t's.'. •> nijsht »bout IW M'BIM vKNlKAl AN" VV TV V A.« CKfAT to ^rtlv ck>nA> aiMj Ho4 WkI-n<-9d*y And Thuradai «ith t«w iwUattod thuRdowhoo »-r* K AST TS:\ AS (Kv*»i.vn«l tikxktrrs ta •tHtth and ftartly okmd.v «od «arm aortX «VUTH CrXTHAl TVA AS r«rtl.v vtuudx and H>v| «uh aoattorad atiow»r« TkMrt.HATI atis Ttio* A »I Twaa r H 1 «T    Î    W    tW) •s    Î    *i    I*» •4    4    A>    , &l    >    1(1    9:    I 93    *vt    *'    I *f    »    .1*5    .    , «I    *    ÎCS    »    ' •H    U>    .A'    I *:    U    id t?    II    >• Ktdli «ad K'w t(fnii>*ritur«i iw M Xotin •adad at • » « « W* »»<1 VH«B aad    lamv-arautraa    data    _ laat yaar *A and n    ! .«ttnaat U»i *UW 9» Swnruw ia% A ad a m Suaaat loMiaht T 4o |» m Barontat#« ra*«llttS »I t » w* 'Í9M NaUU\a lt«iB»v1iU at • W 9 • *4 P*« traac, ELSENHOWERS WITH VISITORS — President and Mrs, Eisenhower talk with F^resi-dent and Mrs. Svn^iinan Rhee of South Korea on the north portico of the W'hit# House in Washington is the Hhees arrive for a state visit They will be in W ashington until Satnrdav, when they will go to New York. ;

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