Abilene Reporter News, October 11, 1954

Abilene Reporter News

View full pageStart a free trial

Issue date:

Pages available: 26

Previous edition:

Next edition:

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions

About Abilene Reporter News

Publication name: Abilene Reporter News

Location: Abilene, Texas

Pages available: 856,914

Years available: 1917 - 1977

Learn more about this publication

About NewspaperArchive.com

  • 2.16+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Find your ancestors now
Start your Genealogy Search now
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Abilene Reporter News, October 11, 1954

Get access to these newspapers Plus 2.16+ billion other articles

OCR Text

Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 11, 1954, Abilene, Texas WARM, CLOUDY me »me 3Reporter-Betoá MÜHNING 'WITHOUT OR wn H OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES" Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 116 Associated Press ( AP) ABÍLENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 11, 1954—TEN PAGES PRICE DAILY 5c, SUND.AY lOe French Okay Of Arms Plan Appears Good LOUVIERS, France, Oct. 10 Lfc-Premier Pierre Mendes - France said today “a large area of agreement has appeared” in the F'rench National Assembly’s debate on the London conference accords. “It is particularly refreshing to note not only that the debate took place in an atmosphere of conciliation and dignity.” the premier declared in u speech at Pont Saint-Pierre, “but also—and above all— that an important majority has now appeared which is ready to agree on an issue which had .so deeply divided French opinion." The debate ended Friday night, after Mendes-France decided to stake the life of his government on the issue ot West Germany’s ! Rearmament and her inclusion in the North .Atlantic Treaty Organi-; ation. The vote will take place on Tuesday. Tlie premier inaugurated a new school at Pont Saint-Pierre. Earlier, he announced in Lou-viors that P'rance’s production to- j day, four months after he became premier, exceeds the most opti- j mistic expectations of his govern- ■ ment. But he added m speech from this city town- “If is only .a start We are not .satisfied. It 'production still is far from being what it should he to satisfy so many needs, to improve the living condition.s of the French people “The government will work still more energeticRlly to develop Franc*’s production. “Our policy is to give a better pay to those who work, but wage increases should not lead to higher prices on the market.” Alaniz Not Guilty Murder Conspiracy Sen. (apehart Hits Charges On McCarthy .VD.MIR.VL M.\1)E AN ENSIGN—Marshall McNeel Jr., Galveston citv commissioner, presents a citation from Gov. Shivers to Doris Mae Sellers, admiral of the Galves- 3 broadcast    ton Kirwin High Pirateers. The citation made Miss Sellers y. his home    an ensign in the Texas Waves division of the Texas NavjL The Pirateers are a drum and bugle corps and dress in the pirate theme to parade at football games, parades and other functions. The unit uses navy rank. Director of the group is Bill Johnson. .Miss Sellers is a senior student and a veteran of four years in the Pirateers. Tuesday Riles Set for High Court Justice Red Terror Fails To Suppress Poles WASHINGTON. Oct. 10 (A^en. Capehart (R-Indt said today he definitely will vote to dismiss censure charges against Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) and estimated the Senate may spend “.30 days" on the censure debate. Interviewed on the CBS television program “Man of The Week,” Capehart said the censure resolution should never have been of-I fered by Sen. Flanders (R-Vt). ! The Senate is scheduled to start debate .Nov. 8 on a unanimous recommendation by a special .Sen-1 ate committee that McCarthy be censured on three counts. They are: That he was “contemptuous” of a Senate committee which pr(^>ed his financial affairs in 1951 and 1952; that he abused Army Brig. Gen. Ralph W’ Zwicker when Zwicker testified before his Investigations subcommittee; and that he used “vul.gar” language in a reference to Sen. Hendrickson tR-.NJ' Dapper Lawyer Freed by Jury WACO, Tex., Oct. 10 (AP) — Nago Alaniz, a dapper south Texas lawyer, was found innocent today of conspiring in a murder plot that ended in the wrong man’s de^h. Alaniz was accused of plotting with Mario (El Türke) Sapet, San Antonio tavern keeper, to kill Jacob S. Floyd Sr. of Alice.    _____ Son Ambushed Instead, the killer got the South Texas political leader’s son, Jacob S. 'Buddy) Floyd Jr., fro.m ambush on the night of Sept. 8, 1952., Sapet was convicted in a trial at Brownwood more than a year ago and sentenced to 99 years in prison. The state said the gunman was a Mexican National named ¡ .Alfredo Cervantes, who has never been arrested. The jury’s verdict supported the, story told by the defense: That Hazel Fattens As She Nean Jamaica Isle MIAMI. Fla., Oct. 10 (B-The BIG SWITCH — Connie Penn, left, erer turn and smile at Peter Tufo, John .IcCurdy and Richard Geudtner wearing Bermuda shorts lo class at North Park Academy in Chicago. The said there was no regulation against it and added the girls were pleased to see the boys dress differeniijL__ WASHINGTON. Oci 10 vf^Th« WASHINGTON. Oct 10 i.^-A Senate report said today 10 years of Communist terrorism has failed to stamp out the burning deiire of ‘ millions of Poles for independence. “The Pole remains carter for liberty. and expression# of the rejection o( communism by every *ocial grouping continue unabated." il aaid “Th* Communist re-iinie in Poland, fraudulently con-*--ived. hvci only by a state of here todav. one at Arlington Na- On these points. Capehart said tional Cemetery and one at a mon- in his opinion the committee ument to Pulaski.    which probed McCarthy’s financial Although the report indicated no affairs was exceeding its authority likelihood in Poland of violent riots and that therefore McCarthy could or outbreaks such as the East Ger-, not have been in contempt of tl. man last year Delaware Police Hah Leader 01 Prosegregalion Movement .Alaniz heard’ rumors of the plot. Caribbean hurricane. Hazel, was discovered they were true and' expected to bring gale winds to rushed to tell the elder Floyd; the island of Jamaica tonight but rbout it in secret.    i to miss that British colonial pos it was while Floyd and Alaniz j session south of Cuba with its were meeting at an Alice drive-in! raking 115-mile main punch. ! that Floyd’s son was sh<^ to death vv .R. Davis, acting chief fore-; at the rear of the family home. | caster, said Hazel's central eye ' When the verdict was returned., ^ould pass about 100 miles south I .Alaniz, 39, bowed his head in his' of Jamaica tonight on a path I hands. He said he felt wonderful, j pointing toward the Cayman Is-1 The eider Floyd testified Alaniz i ynds and Swan Island. Its center • had told him at their secret meet- = n g.m. EST was 800 miles ing that he was part of the plot—; south-southeast of the Florida I that he was to furnish the hired, mamlaiid. ’^■Jler an alibi by saying they were    act.ng    chief    storm    fore caster foUowmg the death of Grady Norton, famed weail^r together at the tune of the shooting. The defendant’s tiny, pretty wife DOVER, Del., Oct. 10 t.fi-Bryant there for «boot » minutes, then protesU« again.st communism! He said that before he    j    Bowles, president of the National i squired to the Court House, ear. it painted a picture of to censure McCarthy for^^s^aF i    .Advancement    Gf|    Common    I*le«s    Court    of    Kent testified, however, that on the night of Sept. 8. she received «' telephone call from a Spanish-persOQ who did not liHntelf. She said Vt>e call- I man. last night. di^P-seaUHi and bitter oppasition ^ leged abuse of Zwacker. Capehart    ^    In    ^ to most effort, by Ru.«.n Com-1 wanted to know w»« waa^responai-,    Kail    ni    t,-aio was fi .'íl11 mun-.tt leaders to force Poland in- hie for promoting Irving J. Peress. | ^    ^ charges of conspiracy ------- ^    ^    «i.    ni    hi«,    «ainrdav    and    iHls tc the role of an obedient Soviet an Army dentist, from captain to violate Delaware’s school laws. | provided on each of two counts o< ia,ked to him Saturday and this leased him whwi bail of $l,SiX) was tijj, message: “I am Uie man that Supreme Court today msdr tenta ; permanent w ar against its tive plans to me«'! juid then recexs lomorr«»w in memury of Justice Robert H Jackson, who died of a heart attack ye^^terday at the age of $2. Funeral sen ices will be hrhJ Tuesday al 3 p m in W.SHiungton Cathedral The hods vt»e sent to Frew »burg. N V ne.vr his htmie al Jaiiie.'»tuwn. N Y . fur bunul The body will he in slate at Gaw-ler s FuiuT.il H<»nie until T uesday major and giving him an honorable discharge despite his refusal people " Tensloas Mouol The detaiU-Hl £iudy ot decrees.:    ^    periodic    phase    of    -    ^ rt.-UiOir.ns and s.atement”. by the    hiitorv    "    it-said. “This is ment when questioned by Mel ar- CiHiunumst master« of PuloiKl WU.H    pariaion    of    Poland,    and    tby s investigation.-* subcommittee. A warrant was served upon him; violating U»e state s school l«i« this afternoon at Harrington Air- i \ further hearmf was scheduled matter in Alice is true and it will be tonig t ’’ Ran Owt ef H4Mi»e part of a «ene* of rep-*;:*,?, on ten »ions wiihm the Soviet captive ix»untsu‘.v, ‘ along wr.h si.ttemcnti; boon by Sm; W ilcy    chairman. ; .ind Fer,;u»on *R Micli*. who la up own I satellite Fight Again»! Reds •The f.thl 10 th..«* oil the for- '»/'«" *port. «SM miles west of .Milford, i    i    Hermai.    Brown,    dep-    ^    the and his use of the Miin -^mena    ^    boycott    by    white pupils ;     •    --------- of Lakeview Avenue School two! weeks ago. Bowles had flown in from Wash iniilon to speak at a mass meeting at the airport Warrant Served The powerful hurricane siiU moved very ilowly, it» forward pace reported at «dy about flve or •». miK» an hour. But it still whirled its winds around its center with great violence. Il ha» becoma a larger storm a» it moved over open water at a snail’» pace, and in expandifig in size it ha» lo»l some intensity.  _________ ,    ^    „.V    Winds    which    bk?w    at    125 mil« scene of a boy cott by white pupils; ^itorney general, represented me-^age. Mrs. Alnnii teatified. he an hour two days have dropped , ..I,-..;.,« Av-n.h« srh/hnt two UL    1J5    jniies    an    hour,    but Davia the state Last Rites Held At Sweetwater for Mrs. Jeweile Books Jaik>on. who movevi up through it,r reeleclion thè Ju.dice l>epartmrnt to thè Su j Tom»*rrt.w. (Xt U " obiened preme fmiii. lo which he wa» ap i a» “Pula*ki Day” by miUion» of IHunted fh 1941 g.i fved iniernatum-1 r,ih»h Anu-ru an»> m h-nor of Hng al rtH'ignition a> thè Chtrf l S pr «»«tutor t»f iM.ijor Nat» '*ar cniiunsl» «t thè NuernU-ri; tnaU after BorW B.ir 11 He aU" hvlped to »et up ihr tiit'una! wfuih heard the ca»e« He wa* »tncken ye«trrda> whilr en route fruui hi» Alfleaii. Va home to ht» Supreme    olfice* a fchort tune after he h.«d M“f*l‘ed to make nome purvfia»e» io B««Hington *!.>ie Gen CuMimr I’ula»ki. a l’olish of i..-,r who died aiding l.He colonial at»cni«fe.N n li^ht for independence jugation Stubborn and independent Polish pe.i.»aii:.». who in-tud u|wn retamin.; their own private lands, were credited whh .viouti*'^*. re*i>'.aoce to Communi»! efforts to collectivixe farmn I*o!u.h industrial vvorkers. who bumerly opciuied through striing j    Books,    49,    were held    in    the    Lamar trade unions, were rt^vorted using church of Chnsl here Sunday.    kj/nt a prole»! a>:amst ¡    Burial    was    in Sweetwater    Cerne- | | NW I VgW* ■ At Hamngtoft Airport where a kmS : crowd C,t«nwi«-15 poU« .1 .^1 <> 000 had gathered for the expect ¡d meeting, many of Bowles herents »et about takmg up a col-' m |h! mean saving a man’s life” warned it is not fading out. It ^ siiU a dangervus hurricane, ha The warrant (or his arrest was ,    ^    supply    bail    Under    Kent       - served by Maj. Frederick Lamb. !^^    however,    only    proper-    »opposed to rub him wt b^au>e and at the same slow    pace for U of the Delaware Slate Police, and: f' b* a^ad for such surety, i a< pohtics. Floyd i* a foe of long- u, it hour», or uniU DroniDliv accepted it. He ^    «...    v#a-1 t»me political boss George Parr of -Thera ise t much to mfiueoca a The bitter pditics of South Tex as* 79th Judicial District was in- staled. Jected into the trial.    j    it    is    moving    on    a    course    slighlty The elder Floyd testified “im- ^^st of northwest. Davis expect-portad killers from .Mexico” were ed it to continua on that BowltTS promptly accepted was then brought to the Dover Bar Bowles -    was    men    orouum    «u    wir    bv SWKETB ATER. Oct 10 «R.NM    t^e    state    police,    dvlauied, Last rites for Mrs. Jeweile in th! iducliiu. prci^-urv* C'Hin'rv    .    .    * Two observances wera arranged > boi»er. lower living stamJards and P»’0- tvry bv Communist    B«wki.    former    Merkel res ident, died of cancer after a IS- CRICKET. WINNIE 14 Believed Dead In Mexico Avalanche Chicago River Out of Banks; Floodwater Swirls Into City MK.XKO l UV CM 10    - Dt-Ujed n-jHtii» f! 1*111 I'.irbii Ntaie Xu id loilay 14 pei'tfii* wtí» kiU«^ of mud c«u»ed by iviHeii'. î*»jvv when Uapped un«ler an I i Hli At.i> iM 10 f Swf.ien ' bv thè W(ii»l raULMivrtn n yei«r». ’.he UiUally tati»«' < hH.igc Kiver «pUled t»vrr 11» t'ank* :*'nì>;ht in :be centri of lì^ n.vtu>« * »ec«»nd larged city Biiicr »w ir irti mu» thè I »»»“o Si.itum. hahing tram »ervue. «ih! inu> ba.-»meii»» uf »kyscraper» lU'^r I ihe Hver The f1«wdwater» r*»e throagh thè month tllne»« at 5 pm Saturday at her hon»e. 919 Lamar Si Bivrn Jan 18. 1905. m Dallas Uounly. »he moved to Merkel as an infant with her parents There she married B R B.voks on July 31. l*a Tlie next yeai tliey moved to bw eel water Hlie i* siii vived by her hmbsnd; three «iaugtiters. Mrs Bobbie Richie Sweet water; Mrs Charles Dudley. Fort Wurih, Mrs Gt.\    G    tsUtttton alerted Clay brook. Snyder, two brothers, the N.«t *nal liu.vrd that U might 1 H Burns of Snyder and K L 1h «.»'lid ou’ to help cope with Burn* ot Port Arthur, a *i»ter. ,    „*»h1    !    ^    '    Ctvnnors.    \\oodviUe, Ilighwav engineer* and rtate p«v    grazail^ren lue aUeady had been called to 1 liuy Caskey oflicial^ aad Pal- world » largest building !l nvr »pave W.IS dry alihiHigh il b lo- cated on live bank of the river L0NIK).N. Dt to -f—Sir Winston Churchill—who is having his ixirtrait painted—was reported today to be adding a touch here and there after the artist has gone home The Sunday Times said the prime minister is not proving an easy subjeci for painter Graham Sutherland tx*cmise Churchill thinks as he poses and expression* on his e\pre.ssive Johnny i fjice are constantly changing As a painter himselt he is constantly ufferuig free advice .Artul SuUwirltind is cxvnvinced the impish prune nvinbter ha» been tampering with the work at night. arraM was ordered yet-Gov J Caleb who ^rted. The Suie of Delaware recognaes the nght of lawful assembly aod freedom of Dts- Duval County and the 78lh tr.ci The four-county distnci has been mwrked for year» by a »truggle between Parr'» political faction sharp curve.” said Davi». lu position at 11 a m EST was at Uuiude iS2 north, longiiuda 75 8    w«»t. A Navy hurrica'*« hunter plane from Jackson vili a peneuaied to the *torm » eye, the ftriR plane in two days to do so. Violent turbulence kept plane» c.t.ng o(    ^    ..a, ,ld« Flo„i u • mass n.'si«'» : 1    '    ,tii. A'.r vouna rioyd. a Il ywasld rupi th« «dvKa..on of our en j ^uersity of Texa» »tudenl, was’out Fnday and Saturday. dren.”    ,    »m»t Parr usued a public state- Srrongest wind« cover a The N.A.AhP rtvuved into the MJ    ^    ^ ford dispute at a Su^ay meeti^ noi.Hing about the k il n¿ three wcrtu    »mniar    to    the    oo«^       — for today That was Bowies first Ptibhc appearance in Dela- Po|lO ClaimS I Otti w,«. on. ty* * '« Irs-uhW m    Q<,||o, lains This was the first    ««I    *tealh    t    ,    bub    ro it»r ruiH- ^'Kf il*»U four rnayMT railro*«!»—•luJ into ine tersoo Funeral Home had charge rauseii by itie rum throughoul Mexico Exu tuive dam òro Ü lu««. nu..«i.. .i» n.»i «.• ground level wading room Pm es ..;J (i|>«*n The rep«*rts Irv'in Piarbla the mud »h ie «x*ve e«1 the laiun Vilbge id    s mg •ne lOU lies «Im ea»t IHE WUIHER . »»rvatwsxr *»t «o«**«»«» • ••wtxiwsa »»wav‘ ...  ...... V'“ .«* ...«Iw..-».» » I.. *»<»••• *•■*.» V 11 »M i V «I Nt*M I H I'.. 11, . S.W.I * Kr,.*.' 1,1 *..1 I»»« VW».i    ♦    • t'sThil 11VV»    *    »•• I''«.-»»    Iv***'-’    ’* >..i    .    It,.. V.i\ i"" •       . r.tO» •»’-*    mooMO •MtS ta I ters A Gulf, Mitbile and tVhio tram liMtleil with ivawMTfige«» fr%wn St Lhos stalled |u«t oui»ide the *t-v lion hut the pa*»«ng«i’« wc-te evac ualed Iti the first n htHxr* of the »t«um SS5 imhe» «»I rum pelie«1 Chuaii«vs l .Hip the Uixesi aimainl of rain tail for 14 tuairs amce Aug 13 laas when »15 »che» fell iv.tniage m tTvieago and other m*ilhiin lümoi» « tie* wa» expe«; t»i I.» t.'iul »eversi miUmn «kvlUi » Itil I'M* *t«-a«1> «am »«»U islluiÿ AFTER SHIP SANK 11 Haggard Survivors OF Fighting Sharks in Tell Sea monib» b> cleavage «iver the inlegralum Negro pupiU into s»i.A-v=',* hrrruviore earollmg whit» pupils on.v Arre« »«•«• Cr^é arrest of Bowles at fir»t imaU area near the c«nler, and gale furce wind» extend outward 130 m.*es to the north and ea*i «oJ to miles to the »outh and we»t of Ih# center bhippmg was warwfd out of ill patn. and western Cuba, the Cay-It JVs Carol Blan- man blanda. hw»a laland. Briti»!i DAli-AS. Oct liMi.    to. died last aigm in a polio    Hofsduras and Vucaù»    wcr« isuUitoo ward.    Carol, the daughter    vum4 to rema» oa the    alert    lor of Dr and Mrs Bassel Blanton,, further advisone* through toinor-was    the lOih    polio death of the    row. when the hurricane    may gs'« caused an uneasy *tir among the    jy,* cvntracted the    a more defame indicauon of    lU p^ple asseiubbd at the airport diaeaae » IIS#    future path The Soon shvHiu iv»e here and there chiefly that of Bkx'k the high wavs’*    troupers    in    uni form «nd » pi*.«»*^l«Hhes, were m hand to kt«ep widrf and the high-wav kadmg t« ^ airport »•» guarded bv oUi«e poUce The eeis timenU of the cfcwed. tlwiigh b«^ lerouily exprewsed. therefore led to DO actuwl duwadef The J4y«wMaiM learner Maruve told «i Gam Boggs' «c'tioa FOR CRYING was Father Murders Infant Daughter btal while the I'oast NttRkillJv Sà, Get 10 iW were |Hil m ►>.«. 1-W.rU m.„,    "-„«'J™    »"’il aeoriy raw (rtun exposure tc Wfitkl. SUI) and salt waier luld t«*iay «1 I at n V !t\g to locate 35 men »till I luicving from the Mormackiie s 48-man crew The i\MU*t riuotd bu- uk1.«\ abaii *ei •Ma«f a w taisraaxvt «»» r «• m * « » W • « I* » «1 m u m .iTier M Iwait* Ti.i’n* wme    al    «mCv 111^ si.iliA«»* A jViAWYi tjiluie left I m.m Station » daikm**» Peniwylvania Railixvad. Gull, llonib A Olua. lurtmgtt*" and Mil-waukee tram» «**• Dnio« Statu«. Ttie Chicago A hiorthv.t^tern Railroad Statu». Grand Central •«• tiott which »»fvr» the RalHiiiore A Ohio ami U Salle Street SlaUon were n“l *eri«Mu!y affmied Tlie hravy ram* fl«*«Wd viadurt» umler lailroad ci«i*siog* Utdalint »egiivenU liahimg «dt »hark» and imt»idermg    ^ »uuuie bri**re thru rcMiie emieil ail » ht*ui ordeal alter Uieir dup    (urlh«-i    suivtviu» sank in the fci««rni luasetl .Atlantic «hen he arrivtd at «n opeu air *    _    « meeung nea» Battimore where he MtNNE.APtiLíS tu-t tf Js—Po-helped tu f^vm « Itaryland ch»^ ! ,e »aul a )«>ung faiher admitied Ur oí the SAAVkl’ At the »amé »Hoonng and killmg tu» twoinenlh* tune he wa* a-rved «sith a »um    daughter tuday becau»« sbe mon» to    bríufe    the    inirr-    crxmg    and    retu*ed    ta    tak» m teedmg Hekt wtihoul cbxrge wa» Patio leave the ahtp    10    PAV    ' -A J Haveriy 3 Otftcers »aid The men t«>y of clmgmg lo bit* xu mteioal i«*««uc spukv.>Aiiau haverty t*4d iheni he «bol hi» wieikage, buiWing r-síb frcm the *a*iotw»i* hM luHhmg to daugMer Kathleen Atme wUh a did evmAhmg he could lo sav#j„—    a- the ship Remy Roaario. New York , nal retenue    m Ikibnt^ioo b<r J a said the captain was the last Del. «» Monday i«r aUeged fwilvue t ity. nfW »mt then called wHie I mcmg >«'a    ami    a'f i the dcbii*.    fightmg olí sturk*. ami, do with the    NAAlkP bul wa* »    olf uf    the ihuikmg of    taking their own liv«-* ¡ refereme to    »wveral bundred iM- a ruufuig buauMwa    Oiticers    found the body af the which i avail They were Uie surviviir» of the ore fretgbter li«vrma«kile which cafoiaed and sank 159 niite» eafl-iomheMt «>f Cape Henry early TtMowiiay moramg on tti way fram Braiil le BaBimare They were landed heie early today hi three Navy deetroyer e» eurU. wlucb af»«* brought the bariipit el U cr wmen ot the « 9##- me treiiibier Mormavkile. capsuevl ami sank in the »tvuni loosed AUairtic early ‘Hiui^lay uwrning CrewnvM «till *d*'« »»^ the II o r m ackUe ran mu siomiy weather »oine imw Tuesday and capaised and sank early Thursday about Iwa lH*urs aft«r Uie cargo of iron ore *u«l«ienly »hifted lai* doe tr in 19« I saw a man just a few y ards away when the sharks to«4 off about halt of hb leg." »aid Davi* He bled tn death in about T. 8 or 9 miautee. I wrould »ay The bkwd » the water attracted more sharks and I kept kickiaf my fee* to keep them «way ” Hoaartn eettmated h» aaw l#i to ■    Coa.,».«. 49# shark* He said his legs were Q Dwy#f fi* >tOftS .ftlani IB a baby carnage The girl Bo.i«' *>**    «»•    »«*»»'«*    w    oa <hi«^ »• j»u nght to ha*w «*“» P»»«»ti &oà and there were pnvdar mark» •• pupils boycxat the lAiiford sche«d so long as U Negre pupil» were adiiutled ta the w Hh giade •    faster    than    vou    »ore    because    be    trid    so    hard    to w bo Rat naidftv die Davis said 1 my Ute a.si    *1* ««uu »««* ak m4 »*• •a • I» » O’ • a» amé »»• iM* »•••    ■ ••« *■ iX໫ MaSfip w MEXKt*    lu William    mavof af New V - » -    t    S Ambassashw r*. Alcxaa flew tv ’.he oday ts teaiify he he bMd Beaidt tb» cbtkl v«i empty baby bettW. ‘-Tha b^y »UHed eryiBg «a I rat IB and »bal it ” Haverty taU Uw pofHvnvea The tether was fualed as saytH khm the girl with a tt calih#r et dattghtei* be a preewus ifur-nag« wvrw asleep m the huaiM at the time After tbs shommg. Haverty sahL na awakened his wife *nd ioid bar be had shot Kwihleen Anne Ha retiisrd la let Her go inta tba baby's bedruoitv ami sent her in a taxi to h * moihcr * L«»me About «B hour later he iwil«rv1 police Later ba said remorsefully *^ba was a fo«*n baby I was proud bee I doB t know why f did it.” Hta itiorhar. Mra Mary H ttaw* arty, ewat “Fai tbeugbt the warW of the baby and the ether twa chib draa Tbara Mat any »«ptaa» tkaa far a ” Franco VltiH Flt«f Galveston. _ sharks later the United Si.iv» VAULNCIA Hpan iK-t m t.v after lawing eft 14 .m-hes «I GeaeralissnKo FiaiKiasw •i* bai rei    j    xpaOisn v fi;«i «( »le paM m k§ sawed «»ft the rt- • uftwiai vuit lo the I' h fort a Rouse sommili«« study ng Ctu&fluiuai astiviuy m Latia .^aef-tea. fW Haverty »aM *I j#»* »aaUd 1« Mvc rae.hW« la éê while I «as «iiinkiAg * ttavwiy » wili Hi hv iva hl*> raaswa Bm* today aud tt wag 9» hfttly reportad ftiai bpttttli* «IF» wua Mi M W vNb m I ;

RealCheck