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Publication: Abilene Reporter News October 5, 1954

Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1954, Abilene, Texas SCATTERED SHOWERS Cfje Abilene l^eporter “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron ✓ EVENING FINAL VOL. LXXIV, NO. 110Associated PrcB, (AP) ' ABILENE. TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENINGrOCTOBER 5. losI-TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c Section: More Italy/Yugoslavia Sign Settlement of Trieste indicating rain that stretched on a line from just north of Abilene to 75 to 90 miles south. Homer Hutto, Sr., who farms just east of Cedar Gap. said a hard shower fell there Tuesday a Valley Rain Moves T o Northern T exas The Abilene area presented a a halt-inch reported at Clyde. Rain motely weather    picture    Tuesday    ¡ was still falling there at 9 a.m. An- morning, ranging    from bright sun-    j son had .20 and Merkel had .10. shine to scattered showers meas-1    Rain was .still falling at those towns uring up to half an inch.    '    at mid-morning. Slow intermittent rain in .Nbi- i    A slow drizzle was coming down ,------   —    — lone, beginning about 6;20 a.m., at Stamford, but there still had ■ m iming—probably *ess than totaled .30 of an inch at 12:30 p.m. ni-t been enough moisture to re-i tiuarter of an inch. The U. S. Weather Bureau here cu”d.    shower    was reported at tlie predicted more showers would fall ' Bright sunshine was reported at farm of Mrs. Rupert Harknder, through Wednesday, and cotton \\ inters.    *    aine    miles    south    of    .Nbilene. farmers were not too happy over j    Narrow Rain Area    Pullers    Needed the prospects.    . The radar unit at the wealner    Tuesday    morning’s    moisture    was Biggest rainfall    in this    area was    (station picked up a narrow area    , causing    some    concern    among    area j cotton producers who have been unable to secure pullers. Continued rainfall could cause a lowering of the grade and further increase difficulty in securing ' hands. Several farmers have already applied defoliants to their crop so that they can harvest it with strippers. Since much of the cotton in the By THE ASSOCIATED PRE.SS ' mild cold front brewed new thun-; is of the storm - proof varie-Rains from a dying tropical dershower.s in the Panhandle. ‘    worst damage would be a squall    moved    north    and    west    from    The    result was more than    two    reduction    in    grade. t!ie    Texas    coast    Tuesdav    while    a    inches    of rain at    points    as    far •    'T"’®    farm    and ranch programs _    —    *    apart as Houston, on the coast, * scheduled T.e.sday. a field tour at and Sunrav. in the Panhandle. Tu.scola and an “open house" at The downfwur.s that flooded ‘^e new show and feeding barns at three cities in the Rio C.rande 'Vinters, were not affected by the X'alley Monday had slacked off. rainfall. but left-over rain from the tropica! "Vhe field tour at Tu.scola. spon-storm    hit points    from    Corpus    Fir.st State Bank, was Christi    to Wichita    Falls.    Planned. Tuesday aft- . .    ,    . ■ ernoon. according to J. B.    Har- Ai much as two inches of rmn!    ¡«CS work unit con- .soaked Ihe <lrouBhl-slru-ken Hill i    org.anizalion    is (oumrv .around I.lano m Soulh eooiH-raling with the bank. Central Texa.s. The showers were    .... the hc.st there since last .May. ■ ...  .....  ..    —    .... ----- liainfall    measurements    from the. 5, .). Seaie. Winters \.\ leach* of Weldon L. Russell. Jr.. of Abi- c.ulf storm included; Houston 2 20.' «“r, reported at 9 a.m. Tuesday that lenc. charged in a 10 ■ count in-    j    o.    San    Antonio    ,32.    Corpus    sun    was    beaming    down    from    ¡    — dictmcnt alleging fraud in conncc- christi ,60. Del Rio .39. Laredo .94, n cloudles.s .sky and that the “open tion with V>\ housing loans, went palacios .49 and '^ylor .12.    ’.house"    at Winters would go ahead to the jury in C. S District Court    Panhandle    "cool    front    pro-* scheduled at 7:^ p.m. there at noon Tuesdav.    ! duced thundershowers that includ-* Several of the farming sections RusseH's trial optmed Monday these amounts; Borger 1.5, in the area reported weekend rains: m-.ming before Judge Joseph B Sunray 2.90. Stinnett .80, Stratford S ranging from .90 of an inch at Al-    t-    i. Dooley.    -    ' Perryion 37. and Spearman * bany to .20 of an inch at McCauI- Fatal injury of kVmonih-old Joy James D. Irukett, 14, ot He is represen'eti in the case by j4    ¡ley. Fisher County,    Sue Robinson. 2757 Pine St., last Soulh Seventh St.    j i i Willam II Evans and CharU> B,    jhe    Weather Bureau said    the.    N, E. Sherrard. who farms six :    Sunday    was    the second traffic    Rmey    died Feb.    13    m    j Joues. l.ubtiock attorneys .\s-    front was stalling north ot Lubbock    miles southea.st of .Nlbany, report-1    death in    .-\bilen > during !..> .    ernona    opa sistant r S Attorney F L. Hart-, a^d wouldn't drop temperatures ed 90 of an inch over the weekend; i Thai report vyas gi\cn lues ax | em injuries^ \íp,rkpi m fatal' man of Fort W.vrth is prosecuimg,    nuich    below the .50 degrees    re-    J. Spurgeon Reeves of the Truby    morning    by    Police Capl.    t    A    Pnor    to    the .Merkel mans laiai IIii- T..L..W KissssA    .    ... 4-----;n..    ---- Community. Jones County, report ed .80 for the weekend and Ernest Webb. McCaulley reported .20 Abilene Man's Housing Fraud Trial to Jury T.LB BOCK, Oct. 5 — The ca.se TALKING IT OVER—Women of the Dallas-Fort Worth Diocese held an annual meeting here Monday and Tuesdav. Chatting about the Catholic convention are. left to right; the Rev. John Duesman of Shermas; Bishop Abilene Registers Second Traffic Fatality for ^54 Thomas K. Gorman of Dallas; Mrs. J. W. Allen of NVichita Fails. Diocese president; Mrs. Roy Maddox of Winters, president of the Abilene deanery; and the Rt. Rev, Msgr. W. J. Bender of Dallas. (Staff Photo) CONVENTION ENDS Catholic Women Rename Officers Mile Takes Stand    corded    at    .\mariilo    Tuesday    morn- Sexenieen witnesses for the gox*-1 ernment were sworn in Mond;iy'    xhe    tropical    storm    swept    into morning but not all of itM*m were    Xcx.is    Monday    with    all    the    in- i;illcd lu testify Rus,<cll d'd not    gredients of a    hurricane    except take the stand tmd his wife was .  ......-      .    -    -    Catholic    women    wound    up    a    two- Ypjpty    accident, the latest traffic death day convention here Tuesday when Prior to that laiality. .^bilenc had i here had b«n that ui Joe Garcia, they re-elected their ctncers for : had 2ik> consecutive deathless days 65. of 342 Bois d'Arc St. ' V '“-; - r; V, G ^ ..    '-------    Garcia,    a    pedestrian,    was killed in-1 Reeves total rainfall for the    traffic. The Reporter-News    sirutk    by    an    automobile at 'ane except year ai Truby is 11..59 inches, i    erroneously    Monday    morn-l    'yorth    Fourth    *St.    and    Treadaway moving out webb’s total for the year is 8 65    the    child's death ot cur-i eivd. Driver of the car was John \alley, the inches.    ‘    r.    ,i    .ftt-r    oonseeutive    death-    nf    Pf»,qrh another year. Mrs. Joseph W. .Alien of Wichita ® when strut k by an automobile at palls, president, officiated at the . i4. .-_.u rr .u it!, „„..I    <4 4/ gpygjjjij annual convention of the Dallas-Fort Worth Diocesan Coun- .    '.(length.    Btfore-          v.i.,«    v.v..4.4      tmu,    uriver    oi    int*    oai auuu jjaiias-rort worm uiocesan coun- L:    n \ vr-he isl -.f «'Ven "    md'es.    >»1 .ift. r J95 coiiseeutive death- xe„,o„ Jw.es, IS. of 825 Peach! (.¡, „f ,he .N'ational TouocU of Cath- ih ^    "f,'’'o«ns*^    Mos!    rtf    the    feed    crop «as be- less days,    I    Si, The accident was Dec. 6. 1953. j „i,c Women. Atnleruans to s .imf trio ere vihe. Fdinhurg and McAllen. . hcved too far gone for moisture to i xhe lau*>t fulal acc denl in Abi-^ The accident last Sunday which' othpr offitprs re - named besides    f    to sion it \ A P»an baud tLiaiges. He V 4S I    deaths    or miunes were re- do much good. Some farmers have    prior to the Rohin.Mm child’-, claimed the Robinson child's life    -vUen    were    Mrs    W    R    Barnes*®^    Dallas-Fort    Worth    Diocese.;    ^ tned al the same time as the other ,4,4vi,»a Km -if Rrmm^vtiliwuhprp ,    .    .    ..     u.„    ;    .      .    .    ,_____ .-.......xirs. .\uen were .xir.N. n. n. Dauir»      :    At    m»H for cooperation with confraternity of Christian Doctrine, by Mrs. A. J. Korioih. Mrs. McNally and Mrs. Korioih were absent from the meeting, but their reports were read by substitutes. The women voted to establish a vocational scholarship in memory of the late Bishop Joseph P. Lynch of Dallas, for many years bishop Pact Opens New Paths For Defense ROME (.f) — Raly and Yugoslavia formally settled their bitter nine-year dispute over the Trieste free territory today and agreed on its division between them. The division virtually coincides with the occupation boundaries established in 1945, with Italy to getting the key Adriatic port of Trieste and Yugoslavia retaining the zone she has occupied since World War II. The settlement, signed in London at noon today and announced simultaneously in Rome and Belgrade. is expected to make possible the closing of the last gap in the Western defense line across southeastern Europe. Although both Italy and Yugoslavia are strongly anti-Russian, they had refused to cooperate militarily in the past because of their rivalry over Trieste. The next step may be inclusion of Italy in the Balkan antiaggres-sion alliance Yugoslavia. Greece and Turkey signed in August. The agreement was a triumph for U.S.-British diplomacy, which prodded the two .Adriatic Sea neighbors through long negotiations in London. Washington, New York. Rome and Belgrade. The two nations’ ambassadors to Britain. Manlio Brosio of Italy and Vladimir Velebit. signed the accord in the British capital. It was there that the agreement was drafted into its final form. ‘‘A great day for Italy," said Premier Mario Scelba as he told his Cabinet formally of the agreement this morning. "I am verx’ happy,” he added, “Finally we are going back into Trieste." Shortly after the Cabinet approved the agreement and instructed Brosio ,    l^Ded hut at Brown.sville—where ^    but    . .rurred J.in. ‘J- 19.54 J. 11. occurred in from of the ianniy *    jy    X i 01 8.3d mdies of tropical ^,p    rainf4ill has been msuf-, i^iney. 70. a pedc.^trian. of Merkel j home. 2757 Pine St. The infant: had ."Utfered a bn ken leg He ha, downpour inundated all low places    lo    do much more than ; ^ .¡truck bv a molorcvcie a? was struck by a truck driven by;    ,    y    ^„ik-    of    Dpnison been walking on crutclies during the 'rial this week. Russel! was named in al! 10 iounts of one indictment The I - ants allege that fal>e statements were made in loan applications .aid credit rc|K)i1s for five vet-    ............... ...... erans. Monroe Freeman of .Austin,    Monday    most of    the    evacuees lewi.s Dexter Huey. Edgar Ray    ■ },.-jd    returned    to    their    water-logged Myt ts. John E Salmon and Oran    homc" \V Huff of 274 Sun.scl Dr . Abilene. The five veleram were subpoe-Hat'd as witnes.ses tor the govern-    NEWS Tavlor W Long. Jr . who testi- qwj IMCmC PAGES :,cd for the government, had beent'^*^ IIMilUt TAUC^ PAVIMINT PLATO Finhoru (Pf.; n y. U'-Kina for hoH-tk Jof Pc... 3-A WORLD TODAY f I.- c ,c p.ibic rc.att.-n'. pt. ale-e Page I O-A FOUR AMENDMENTS Fir t m c.iCi < i article' on tl pri'posrd . S-afTije- to tote c. tvtitutiv)n p. le ' A CHANGE ASKED Approwl - Qht t.t -.ui'stit'tmg "Oc for NQii'-nol C’.iQfd Armc 'v Page t 6. ficient to do much more than; —Mime 3t¥) i>ersons were forced j sprout the seed, from their homes as water stacked ‘ up 2 to 4 feet deep over some 35 blocks,    * Brownsvilie school.s. cii>scd by ihe water Monday, were expected to be open Tuesday and by mid- Members of the diocese adopted j midmorning, Italy was tak-a seven-point resolution which in- in§ th® nexvs of the agreement WHERE II RAINED named in fi\e of the counts with Hu."scll. Long pleaded guilty to tlw charges against him in June and paid a S2.5<,) fine    ’ Others wlio were suhpoenoed by ^ the giivernment as wiUie.sse'» in | Russell's inai were Raymond ‘ Tlwmason. Sr , Robert A Demp-‘ M'y, B B Hendrix. Lesa Etlwards. George Douglas G.'aves, Bedford Forre.sl Carroll, David Fry. all of .Mniene, and Mrs. Wanda Fresnall of Midland.    I ABILFNF Municipal Airpurt Total for year . Normal for year 1450 Clinton 2225 Edgemonl . AMARILLO..... ANSON ........ Al'STlN ...... BROWNSVILLE CLYDE COHPl S CllRlSTl DEI. RIO -HDlSTON LARF.DO I LAND McALl.FN MFHKF.L PALACIDS SAN ANfONlO SANTA ANNA .. .Yl'AMFORD WFSL.U’O .:ki 12 21 18 in .    40 70 ,2u Tue.sday's session began with a mass al 8 a.m. at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. The Ri. Rev. Msgr. W. J. Bender of Dallas was celebrant, Business Meet Held communism. The women voted to “take an active interest in the community, so that the .American way of life may continue;" to work toward Rinev, 70. a peilestrian. oi .xierKCM nome. lgo« nine ai. me    ro<;tpnfi of Fort Worth treasurer !“    —-    --    - wa'‘struck bv a motorcycle a? was struck by a truck driven by;    .    T    Sculiv’of    Denison    ^ eluded pledging allegiance to Pope calmly despite Fascist and Corn- South Seventh and Sycamore Sts., Garland Wayne Cox. 20. of 1441 "“fuamen arian The mot ircvde wn«; drixen bv* Shelton St    parliamentarian.    “those suffering under the yoke of ment. Extraordinary- police forces The mourcycit was    __Tue.sday's session began with a    •.    were    on    dutv    in    Rome.    Trieste    and City Water Supply Cut to Two Yeors ,, abolishing obscene literature; and The group then moved to the encourage decency and modesty Windsor Hotel for a business meet- mg. A luncheon was set for 12:45 p.m.. when officers were to be installed by Father Bender. The Rex.    Home."’    Monday    morning. 0. M. L. of Breckenridge. led the cu» rAturn»ifl that afternoon Sister ^rary Amatora. 0. S. F.. Ph. D.. delivered the keynote address. “Mary. Queen of the Cath- She returned that afternoon to '------- — - -    Fori    Wayne.    Ind.,    where she is re-, War li. Reports were made on the com-    profes.>or of psychology at 1    2.    Zone B, along with the small littee for co-operaiion with pas-    j    Lazzaretto strip, becomes Yugo- _____ _______ Rev.' jjav. The zone had been under Yu- Thonias K Gorman, D. D.. bishop | goslav control since Marshal Tito’s r . I    r*v . I i _ _    17*    »Yl ‘ .^«4» W    t    »    '    _    Jl    7    1 Need ior the City of .Auih nc to in figuring the present stored 1 00    carry through promptly its plan-    water at a two-ye.ar supply. H4ir-    .......... .......... 8 35    ned water supply increase projects    lin said he was estimating annual    invocation al 10 a.m. .50    is underscored by the present    consumption at 3.5 billion gallons    Reports were made .. .60 amount in si *ragv    and    the amount of loss through    mittee for co-operation wun    gj Francis College 39    That xxar-thi opin on gixen Tues-    exaporation al an equal amount,    tors, by Mrs. Charles    Faust;    the ^ Mondav night.'the Most 2 20    dcy morning by Cuy Water and    The estinmte doesn't take into ac-    committee for cooperatin    with    di-    ' 94 Sewer Supt. Curlts C, Harlm Jr Cíhuu any additional rainfall. i ocesan youth council, bv Mrs 2WG He reported that the three city Harlm «iaid .    3.00    lakes now have m storage an esti-    last time 10    maied txxo-year supply, eompared    any appreciable amount of water. 49    with a three and one-halt year sup-    Daily usage has    dropped    xxilh .32 ply on hand at the end of May the ciHiler autumn weather to l>e-.30    ' lhmn 5.22 Billions    Iwcn-q "■ and 8 million gallons, drizzle .Amuuni stored iias bee'n rediucd eompared xxith the peak day this 4 10 by 5 22 bilLon gallons durmg the summer of 22 million-plus. Harlm p'ust tour months It dropped from said. i 19 9.3 billiun gallons at the end    Popuplaiion    Rises of Max to 14.71 bdlion at present. The ciiy's (Hipulation is growing Consumption of water here xxill rapidly, but the rate of average '    probably be 3.5 billion gallons tor    daily    water use is    growing faster 1 HU STON    .fx—Rt    Rev    Clinton    this calendar year, Harlin said li    than    the population, he saki S Quin.    Bishop    of    the    Episcopal    so, it will set an all-time record    ,,    ,    ,    „ Diocesse ot Te\4ts will uo into the Inch tor ,3 single year    Ikive used 1,9 billion gallons of: longshoremen in a wage mspute ¿^legation from Sherman, ■    -■    -    ’    ’    The    lakes    nave    lost    ‘    '    ‘    ‘ were on duty’ in Rome, Trieste and ail major cities. The Fascists oppose the compromise because Italy doesn’t get all the territory. The Reds are against it because Moscow is. Under the agreement; 1. The port of Trieste and the rest of Zone A. except for a smaU strip on the southern border near Lazzaretto. go to Italy. The zone has been under British-Americaii military occupation since World additional raintall. i ocesan youth council, by Mrs    ^    ,    partisans    swarmed in on May 1. said that May was the George McNally. 4and committee    Mari-{1945 the city lakes caught    -    Vear.    ’    ;    3.    The    3.000 Italians in the Laz- ‘I'iiibi*» amount of water __    ^    >-•_____1     tUa    «r.. Union Row Episcopol Bishop To Enter Hospital SIrikes NY Docks Again General chairman of the conven tion was Mrs. Roy C. Maddox, Abilene deanery president. Mrs. Ed zaretto strip can return to Italian-controlled territory and be compensated for their holdings if they Baifanz w as co - chairman. The i fjesire. Some already have begun Rev William J. McCoye of the j n^oving. Sacred Heart    Catholic    Church,    was .    4    Yugoslavia will have. full    ao host pastor.    |    cess to the port of Trieste. Deaneries represented    were    Fort ■    5    Minority rights are guaranteed for    both Italians in Yugoslav    ter- new St. Luke’s Epbcopal ho>pitul Worth. Dallas. Wichita Falls, Ty ler and Sherman.    rilorv and Yugoslavs in Italian ter The Rev. John B, Duesman of ium mr pvi-uiaMv/... ..v    Sherman,    former    pastor of Sacred !    -    W    American    and    3.000 Since the end May Abilenian.s NEW YORK - A strike by    Abilene,    accompanied the ^    ^one    A    will    oe Kive used 1,9 billion gallons of: longshoremen in a wage dispute ¿^legation from Sherman, I’sage during 19.53 was 2 6.5 bil- water The lakes have lost a today tied up the world's largest tLtii "milt,« tomorrow for an oi-ieralion on his Itun. During 1952 it was 3 14 bil-neck,    bon gallons. Conflict of Careers An Understatement HOLLYWOOD T Ti>d#x's the. Gu'sler denied reports thai re dux that Marilyn Monrtxe ask.s * eeiu sidewalk photos of Marilyns waivers t>n    Jiw    DiM4\ggio. the ^skirt billow ing ovt>r    her    he;u1 dur former Yanket'    slugger    - mg moxie m;xking    in    New York The busty blonde, the movies'j had anything to do xx ith tl\c >pht. hottest property since the Warner I Before she marnod Jih-. Alardyn i 4. uh'artxust ot «oMvtKtk. studio fires, is slatini to tile suit thought a short.stop was >omc4hing ; nmiF\F*^x\t» xiciMtx xu4>sk ' walkout last March and April, lor divoro.-,    : «'-vt or«ss-<»unlr.v buv    p.Ksonsers    .    Th.- \mencm Evpori Liner In- Her attornev. Jerry Gieslor. said idui. DiMaggio luuln t >eoii a nu>x ic    temiv i.u-*' h4>ih iia>*    -vendenee. first large ship to ar- ye.sterday that a confliet ot careers Umce “Fride of the \ankee>.‘ the    ^nve since Ihe strike started last midnighi, berthed without diffi- Plofi Trode Poet withdrawn in stages over the next three weeks. 7, The United States and Britain in a supplementary statement an- i nal .5 rj billion during that pt'iiod.    and    busiest port    for the second shuwuii; that the amount lost    (ime    in six months. ^ .rnrLrfiordti* C0,.0MB0. CoMon - Prtnve • „.^ced-;.bev co„s.o.r .he seu.-,.0. ttnohn p..,nted on,    b„, ,n7ro «os noh^ty ,o nntoad —    Z oo.ont oo„d,t,„n o, oaoh Inke the cars..-,s,    «‘u    si«n    a    ne«! oWm to that port.on ot the terri- J. a etUemT^ »«,, the Price pact in Peipin* tomorrow tor,■ aa.-^igned the other. However, XI    ^    setuemini oetwein me i    actually    expect    »Hi. npw I %Ki dam 'ivoKio I'vPAiiTv International Longshoremens Assn.. uaotr ineir ruootri    a* »1» tteii tia It“!!*».» u* («nniioi    ;,4r^4..v.4na.mi    iininn    and    the meilt. rh«uuvm Hill .M i.:*-biiiHm i*i bCiMt«    ail    ¡naej^venatnt    union,    ana    me Kivlt.v the new I boundaries to exist indefinitely. XhiWne THE WEATHER New York Shipping Assn.. rcpre-millton -X baltvtn    »    i -„a .»a» v ■ ■    _, 4.cnting steamship line's and stexe- i doring firms i Baltimore and other East Coast jlKirts laid plans to handle cargoes I expected to be diverted from New York as Uiey were during a 2^day Armstrong Gets 18 Years in Pen LAST STRAW?—Joe Di Magglo'ii friemls say this was the last straw between the former baseball star and Marilyn. Those reports were denied by Marilyn s attorney. Photo was made in New York Sept. 13 when a wind machine blew the skint around her neck 1.5 times in filming I he Seven Year Itch.** "caused the rift in the nine-month Lou Gehrig .story H.' couldn't oarc marriage    about    Hollywin,J'> dizzy whirl Actually Giosler made the under ‘ This breakup. unexpocUM as U statement ol the year This was a xxas is an .»Id, old storx .\iul it romance that Hollywood never ex- a.uam raises the qiiestum Why peeled to get    to matrimony's first'    c;in l Hollywi od marriago.s    Iasi base, so little    did the two have in,    There are many leason.s,    but ca common.    i    reer trouble is the most prexalent Giesler told    newsmen as he left    |    Monrw is the town s    b<g.xesi the DiMaggios’ English farmhoiLse: star, it not its be.st aeti'Css She in Beverly Hills yesterday    h;is to work even harder than “The charges will be innocuous .some, because U dtH'sn’t eime the usual mental cruelty " easy. Her studio, knowing that The lawyer -‘>akl there xxould l»e;each will make moro money ih.in with >v ..ifrtM -.Sv'«    ' ai'rt ihutHivtNju"» -t' tht!> attt'fit««"!. limvjîSI ä -'1 VX. W vi«t ; in l’.ü'.S.tnOle li»m»:h» ..nd WeU. Tr xiei K AI» RI Mon r X) iT-^ A M SI l IV ". (*) I W -» ‘ •w “ t» * Aron .Armstrong of Abilene was;nut St. ' The accuseit man. who wept at-most continuously durmg testimony. siiow ed no emotion as sentence was passed. During an hour on the stand, he said he remembered go- no aUmrniy and no community pro{H‘i1y in the settlement. He said IhiUì parties remain friendly. -S    TV    i\I II I'Z M s„n%vt l*sl niAht fe iO i> in suni L««' U¥Ui> t« L> 18 ni suHM't Owtshi «> lA e n» M.iviwu!« Im»!'«'» alut v Ivi inv '9 •• -il» « n» »S the previous, puts her in pi.tur. ^ Vtmmum temin'inlurtp *vr after picture, sometimes    ^ 1 one before she finishes anotnei lifUtav humMjitjr at 1:^ p«« si culty at Pier 84. Hudson River and    foynd guilty of murder Monday 44th Street. Tugs nosed her to the    night and was sentencexl immedi- p;er vvlu'ie. non-longshore em-    ntely to 18 years in prison, ployes of the company handled the a 42nd District Court jury re- UiH's and the passengers' luggage, turned its verdict at    p.m. aft- ------- . -    u    j The Cunarvl Lmer Queen Mary ^r deliberating three hours. The! ing into the plant, then blanked diK'ki'd later in a similar manner,    jury recommended the sentence be out. John F. Gehan. vice president    not less than two nor more than 18 | “i didn’t go    in there    to    kill her," } of the American Export Une. ar-    years.    ? h# said, weeping. "1    couldn't kill 11 ix ing on the independence from ■ .Armstrong, 47. of Abilene, was    ^er    too    much,"    Arm*  ......... a Mediterranean vacation, told    charged w ith murder w Ith malice strong cried,    holding    a    hawiker- '.M hviii* tnA ne\x>men a long strike would mean    in the fatal shooting of his t'om-;^^|^f his    eyes. I i»ermanent loss of port business, i mon-laxv wife. Mrs. Evey Lorena    Hayes,    directory    compiler 54 Sour* eud poiu^.^4, mounted and on foot, Armstrong, last .Aug. 13 at the Tex- .....*    ...    .....    .    ,    .    ______ ....    e.«.«    eirm.’Tirx:f'lP    W patrolhHi the waterfront orna Seat Cover Co. plant on Wal- See SENTENCE. Page t-A, Cel. S é ;

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Publication: Abilene Reporter News

Location: Abilene, Texas

Issue Date: October 5, 1954