Abilene Reporter News, October 21, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 21, 1954, Abilene, Texas Gîwe TfwViHted We» Wht Abilene 3^eporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"-Byron MDRNING VOL. LXXIV, NO. 125 Associated Press ( AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 21, 1954TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES IN TWO SECTlOl^ PRICE D Ml.Y 5c, SUNDAY 10c Saar Issue Deadlocks German Sovereignty Age-Old Dispute Blocks Progress t    ^    .    ■    v-v--- UNTRACTABl.E—TJttle Jimmy Spann just didn’t like the idea of leaving his tracks in the concrete foimdation of his new home-to-be Wednesday. His mother, Mrs. Jim-mv Spann, managed to hold him still long enoufih to get a ^^mt footprint inipr^ with the help of John Frazier, mason who worked on the    \ already stuck her footprints in the foundation, lower left. (Staff photo b\ Don Hutch son 1 Today's the Day for Spanns; Crews Move In, Home Goes Up Our. two—rr»dv, rrrw? Thrrr. lour—lay Iho floor Uve. fcU—oet up Ilrroo. «Uflil—roof oa MraIgM? Mar. tra—aatk aa is! That, If plans g« rmoothly. should *mn up the one-day building story of ih# Jimmy    family    home Thur^ay, Buil'lifig crrws «¡1! move on the Site at "41 Weitmorelund M by T a in Thiif-.iljv vki!! go up first Thu roof deck should be fin.-hini by 1 p m If ttui? comes olf on ichtxlule. Ceriitd I JO* 1er ratd. Wo \»il! have It made To speed up the construction, the City of Abilene will have a team of inspeotofi on hand to look over each phase of the work as aooo as ecHTipleted. Workmen will be organlied Into rrcvis Members of the Abilene Home Builder* ,\sso<nation are contributing labor and supervuion free Uwler is secretary-lreasur- ^Vt'dneiiday l.awler’s crew laid the sub fbvi’nng Concrete foundation was laid last week. Framing lumber for the 44-room house w .is also cut and laid Ex-Security Aide Indicted On Secret Data Charges AIKXA.NDHIV. Va. tHl ^ if — A    5111    >    liM.i) in- diiud JuÄtph h l’uivîsvn Jr , on charg*-» uf i-hsjin ng drtense secrets "wil.h intent or reason to be be^e ‘ lhr% uyuld h-« usihI to Ul jure Ihts couiUi> atnl aid another. The tall. besptHiailed fo-mer tl u-tU I empi-oe uf the aupttse cr»“i Naiioiuii .v»-i tu ii> Agency an* i*eri*d trie lîiiîu Imeni vi .Ih a fum l.iK gUilt) ’* t »ifiuniied al litwrsv under fio 000 bond, l’eìt-rven lold rrpu»rtìTs *‘l pie .id md guiHy aiMÌ I ani B«*t fUliìV.*’ The ladkiment dui noi meiUioo liie .Vethei lands, disclosed only yesterday as llv foreign country involved m Uv? C S. Di&lJiV Juilge Albert V Bryiii. beioTf whticii the Uirw-n.anl ipdictmeat ¿a» r^urmd. did fioi set a d»te l»t I’ftersen s trial The    said he will he*r argo- nienu e® éelerue luutiotis nest Tuesday and set Lhe truil date aft-tT they are    of iVieiTien bad vsati!!*d artHind the niurtroom for Uirrc day» while tilt grand juD' deliberated hui case The first co«ni of the in diumeot alleged retersen “did cupy. make and obtain cenai» documents, writing* notes coo-r^teii With the nationsl defense. 10 Vili diK*uinenl>. writings asd notes relating to lominunicatwni mtelhgence ' He did this. Uve grand jury chaiged. ‘with intent or reas*Hi to believe” the intorinalioo was to be used to the intory of the I’niied Htale# and to the advantagf 0< a foreign nation The settmd o*unt saul Petersen •knowingly and willully used tn a manner pr» judicial to Uie safety and uiiei »-»I the I ailed Stales tIa'Mfied intormaliuo cm leftiiUg Uuf tuinmaniraiiun* acliv-ttirs of the l ulled Male* w*d of a foreign govciniuenl ” J. D. Moore, 71, Longtime Transfer Firm Owner, Dies J n Mtjore, ÏI. owiaer 0I J H Moüf« Traasiof and Storage «'o and • refeiúeni o* Abi.cne since 1»^, died at Heiuinck Memorial at 7 p III Wedues4l«y He Wat* taken U* tfie hospital iKt 11 He wa» i*‘!n lu I'ehna, IVnn JusiO iw. linu and married feitia Mead Apfii n. lÄft m Kentucky They bwd in Kentui ky until    wlien tliev niovwi to .%bi ^tif and Mr Mis»re staried the J 1> Moute Tl alisier and Storage Co Mrs MiMire dsesl m January ia»-< H« wiás a itietiiber »< ifee I4th and Vuie t iiuu h »I i’hriat. friday Survivors inclmle a daughter, kits l.loyd kmtei*«a. aa* Amarilla St ; three bi .4hers, John of Hrand pittiiie. Bill ul St Lmèà. Ma and Ulhe of Nashville, Toîep four sL'^e?*, Mrs Matfeie Heilt«® of (as* Aiigries. CaUt . M»v E J Neba© af Vancouver, Wasti, Mr« W H al M    Sk» and Mt» J M    ul 1-ml Wjfl» arandfruns. Junniy. Harry out ready-to-go Wednesday. Teams will be headed by J T Smith, foreman for the Lawler Censtrtiction Co. Horace King and Tom Akens. both local contractors. Sfnith'a csrew will aet up the framhig. King's and Aken’i will put 00 the .siding AU three crews wrill pitch in to raise the rafters and deckers, thao turn to the floormi. The one-day budding spree will , be open to the public. But, to be sure the public doesiiT get in the builders’ way, pdice wiU rope off the area and patrol it. Chief C Z Hallmark said Same Caalrttwleg Most of the materials for the huu»e are being sold at or below cost Some have been coolributed Tîvey WiU be puid for out of the Jimmy Spann Appreciation Fund, culleited fur Mrs .'‘pann and her two children after her husband, an kbilene p»*!iceman. wa* killed in a gun battle at Merkel June 17 A tivtal of $10 St: »3 has been v »»r tributed by West Texan* to a fund startod by the Abilene Reporte. New* The Home BuiMers .Associât on agreed last mofUh to build the Itóine in ctHipemUo» wuh Üi# Re porter-N'ew* kin* hilU C amlag Participating members include lìe-Tge ''•enklev tVmlev Slepheti son. Bur! Na*h. Kenneth Musgrave. \ Î An Eder. O .»i nhie' Uvendge, | I Rufus Sivley, Nathan Morris and 'Lawler Cifti were still cenung mto the fund Wodni0»etli>    * .Vlo&g with lU bill f»*r    tS    J With a Ilk diicuaot f*e!.<re Nov * 3 . the Chads Ready Mia Concrete Co eiK lowed a cficvk fv*r 1190 to go tato the fund That leii the Mai »1:1! to be pawl the company for cowt ieie used n the ioandauo» and walk* at 173 SI Miracle Laboraioriea has agreed to treat the faundalioo for termde« and ather peaU like rwachw. mice and anu It will aiao continue tu treat tîie tk*use for the neat five vea:* Ttie *er\ ite run* from *13 SO to E!3 yearly for an average boiue y wrwUh %I»B Wwrk BtUiam Caineroo and Co will fut 11.»» aU u»e mill wuik for the houve Tu dale the fund stands at P «:» O. after funefal eapeiiio*. lam i.> dritî* II 0471* for the buiidmi lot. and lha concrete bill are subii ji ted It wiU be bruught »i.li lower by t»uiiding c-wu Vnd lufiuture fur the haute niu»t aUo he purchased Ike Says Free World Power Slands Ready NEW YORK. Oct. 20 J^Presi-dent Eisenhower declared tonight his administration "has come far" toward winning a lasting world peace. But he pledged that the free World’s "a w e s 0 m e" military might always will be ready to deal with Communist aggression. The President said he is aware "the road ahead is long and difficult. but we shall continue to press on toward our goal." National Speech In a nationwide television and radio address prepared for delivery at a Hotel Sheraton-Astor dinner commemorating the 300th anniversary of Jewish life in the United States. Eisenhower spoke of the free world’s might in this way: "In the diversities of freedom are a tremendous might—a might which the impo.ved system of communism can never match." The White House termed the President’s address "nonpolitical." but the timing of It served to recall former President Truman’s attack last Saturday night on the Eisenhower administration’s handling of foreign policy. Picking a world peace theme, the President declared: "The pursuit of peace is at onci uur religious obligalio» and our nbiional policy Peace tn freedo«n— wher« all men dwell in security— IS the idciJ toward which our foreign policy !• directed.** A Red Drslga The Prmident toW his audience that staadun in the way of enduring peace, "the principle and con-imumg factor i< the persi.^ienily aggressive design 01 Mmcow and Peiping w hich shows no ev idence, of genuine change despite ihelr 1 profesaed desire to relax tensions and U» prwerv# peace ’’ He added: "CtKiimuing. also, is the breadth and »cope of the Conununisi attack. no weapon u absent from thetr ar»enal. whether intended for desirucHoo of ciiieo and people or fo{ the destrucuon of truth, inleg-nly. loyally ‘ PARIS, Oct. 20 (iP)—The Big Three Western powers made progress tonight toward giving sovereignty back to West Germany, but faced a menacing deadlock between Germany and France over the Saar. Optimism expressed yesterday was tempered sharply. The old French-German dispute over the future of the Saar was only one of two major problems facing the Western nations gathering here in increasing numbers to Mork out progressively the accords which they hope M’ill make the ^est a solid bloc against Communist aggression. Besides the Saar, there arose — r\tna IVES ‘EXHIBITS’ — Republican Sen. Irvmg M. Ives,^ candidate for governor of New Y'ork, holds up "exhibits’ after his charges in New York in a televised speech that his Democratic rival, Averell Harriman. was involved in a $250,000 waterfront scandal in 1930. At left are alleged photographic copies of checks Ives said were issued by a shipping company in which Harriman had an interest At right is a picture of Harriman printed in the New York Sun. State Baptists Okay $17 Million Budget FORT WOBTH. Ort » yn-Tbe < The Rev Grady Metcalfe. San Baptixt General Convention of Tex- Angelo, wai nanacd vice^irmM a» approved toni«« a 17 milimn oftho Taxff liaptiat Children • f Adeii«!«* nd again the problem of how to control the amount of arms which West Germany will have, or will be able to make, once she becomes a nation allied in friendship | ^ with her former enemies of the j West and free in almost every j sense of the word.    : Mlour Meet Ministers of the four powers met for two hours in the late afternoon to act on more than 100 pages of intricate text de.signed to make West Germany free, only not quite. The meeting was held at the Paris headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. "Solutions were proposed for the few remaining issues." said a brief communique. "The experts were asked to modify the texts accordingly for resubmisiion to t ie four ministers Oct 21.” That’s tomorrow. The sight of four Western powers—West Germany, France. Bnl-am and tn« United Stales—tilling tofcther wa* smn^Jiiai new in the N.ATO cofiCerence halla. £ven bsiore the eonference began. two of the principai figures. Best Germaa Chancellor Koimd Nixon Rips Sociaiizing’ Demo Pians d 'llar budget for 1ÌS4-». crease of three míüion. an in ¡ Home at IMRnd Rods Plenw M All gifts H.ilf of the budget is set wkfe ^oeldwtde mad state cause* is for wwld and state missums. wuh ^Cjred among U»»e two items and the other fifty per cent going *o eJiicatiGnal and hospital aciiv.tie« building and endowment of Cbn« .    Forrrs!    Fr^ior. extHuiive Han education and healing    ^^.crrury of the ExrvuiAe Board. ti»ms    ^    »laid the Bapi:?is “The CL^nveation R A Springer, treaturer. report-    ^ ^churches " ed that giving this    «    -u c-x.,4,” he added, ’lo eerve the first II months, will appr^    ^    it m thm agemv mate l».loe.O« ^ wwidv^ Ai state causes, nuth five    tseir love and loyalty to the ready gi^a the    !.„. d . cause . id to those Kiagdam sioo for educaiuio and hea.mg en-    ^    empbMized " ‘*Tt»*r.425.9S3 already given    The first 11 month* i. ll.OW.Jai ab.^t the budget lor Uu* period, which uve Board as oydmed by Dr nhore the ho^ for «ght-hour aessMie •• ***# eenl- benrinf Saar, now linked eeeaom-ically to France That was y^-terday T-ylay I S. Secretary of Slate Dulie* and Bntish Foreign Secretary Sir Anthony Eden, w.ho »a* nev !y kn:ghted by Queen Elizabeth II. flew ioto Pans to om-Urge the talk* vmm rm»f Tomorrow the tour hecomt nine, to discuss convers.on el the five-oauoo Bruasels AUkanct hilo CHICAGO. Oct. 20    —    Vice President Nixon said tonight when the Eisenhower admini.stration took office in January, idoJ it found the Democrats had left "a virtual bluepnnt for socializing America.** The blueprint, he said, included "spending plans for adding 40 billion dollars to the national debt between 1952 and 1956." U called for ">ocia!iied medicine, socialized htmsing, socialized agriculture, sociaiized water and power and. perhaj» the moiB disturbing of all. socializing of America’s greatest soiatre of fwwer— atomic energy. ’ Nixon sakl. The vncc president s^ the blue-ïwint "was found in the files wbew we came te VasUegkeo on Jan. ». 19SJ. ” He did not elaborate. Naoo. in an eddr«» for dcUvery at a dhner ef ^ Busmw 9t QreiieliMk •Witli the üiecmlse of I print. thaauiMhi of tew btireeu-crau wouM have been added to the federal payroll». The rwuitnnt mi.^« of red tape and oooirola would have Had the Ammricma coo-sumer. worker and bwmessinan Ulto knots, thereby hampenag their mcewtive. mitialive. efflcieacy and prodiKTtiv^ “ la contrast he said, the Baea-bower adaumitiwioa believes tbct titrate. oauoo Brussels AUbMct bile a |    activity    should    oel    be tesen nsiioo treaty lachidinf-and I om q| the leaf-rakof boon * ^0^ 1» 16,416 «6* BUT MARRIES SWEETHEART Hagler Loses Fight Against Extradition to Dklahoma Fecior I Aidli    appmM?!^:    of    a txwnmñtre t» 're4hittk‘' ih** mailer t)f ing report* made by f'm- slightly barwessiRf — Weet G«r many Friday the 14 aauooi af NATO- « nich uiclodet all the nine ev»*rpt \4est Germany—meet 1» tote Wr»t uermany iTwmber»hip HI NkTu In yewterda) » meeting. Premier Mende* France pruptwed a iar gLing. make-work type of the Ms. NEWS INDEX iicnoN A Seed eew* miitces rcpreswiiing dcpartimiH* rvai.hiag ccoaonuc associaiioe Asdri*'»»- »à its Amai ilie ht Fui»r:.il w-i! I-    Fiitky    •* §m MtxiRB, Fete    tei I Navy Htod Soy* Rod Worships in Pacific PEARL HARIOR. ltd M ^ Ament a s top naval commondm m the Patifii trtW a i»mlefemw tuday that Conimaoiet warxlup* and ittbmafiiie» base bee« cuetars-•d ihrougHuut the Paid’». Kuae asied in a bo»i ir ¡iiaiine< It til#) *hi»ae*l f*M*ule imeul. «11 ceiiau'i’.v w»K*k! da »«Miietkuig ai.ot4 H •• »aid A*lin l eiix B SUiHH* meotmg new*m«i at the *m! el a iwttday raBferewcw wdb hi» < a«maiia#i» tiom tar fltiag Pa dlu* peala FDRT BURIH Oct » t'aM'l Hagler Jr ieai hia aghi today again»! exlrad.iioti to iikU homa on ctiarge» «d murder in a bafniiig lurih tUying c**e. Gov Shit er» granted Oklahoma’s exlradiliOB requast Ul AusUn short iv aber Haglef laamed hi» German sweetheart, mlmg her out a* a puaaible witness agauuM Him The extradition order rjaukly foUowed a h* lef public hearing betöre Secretai V ef State U E Ful gham Hagler t attorney made only one argument, that Hktahonia * r«que»t did nut Identify Hagler as ths man av«.u»ed il the iiayiftg nut »how be was la üklalwtna at the uitie CHOIR FLATTENED •Y SHARP NOTES UMtSVaiK K> IVI » JL-- CTiatr ptaii^v^e et»U-u m a •harp ania at king Solenna » Baptist Cbux vb last night Two wofneB woro cut with a baste and a Uurd was tut oc the bead with a ilKk Tbe tigtil started a» the Neg ra    tmuihed    singing - Hide Me w Tby wiusb tuma menihn» had »at Mr» M. said your llagaWait Divbertaa. Hr» I urlldi RotNæwOfi. and detiatsxi ")«m aiwl lother r*t»r mvoe hell k* »«Mig» thaa aaroiM around luNW " Mr» DicbetWiMi »aid bet ni ikrr Mi» inlrtse MacbLia. sg had rwqaoied Hhie Me M Thy Buautit Patrofitia« B k J auaiad Mr» Ihcksnsaa aiwt her muOwf a* sAytag Mrs Î .\M, AU> v-e« A V    -.v ' U>y    n    h.*    Vi.:    vV    ^.a    t Ihe Oi.shOOiS    W «raer ;    ‘V    "lavgtNÍ    :i.u;drr. j mg «ü amdcBuued man » ■ charrec twdy »sl» bmnd .n • buio ed »iâîHUi wagen tXl Ic ïwar lu VI», ükî» Hagler wa* fir»i t« be the vKtur but wa» rh..rg«i with bemg the kihi-r-u^ivief a ' ’ Juha l>ov WôifAiU a’icn hr :unMd up alive Fort karih altofwey Byn-M Mai i '.hees said Uier that d    « :» granted UMughi he *ul !i.îMWodrr Hagler tomorrow then til# hafeeai car pus psOsTihtuag» to appeal Hagîcf and EluatMh Beigmaaa. Si. il iipeg «way trw» Fon Bfoctb and drove to Wraihiruod, M mdas mvii til here ahmiiy after n«aa. The eoiMde left the cwuftbiMee after their marriage hakUag hanik afsii grtnaiag bf oi^Iy. They ciuwb-ad inio a la» aad heedad bmk I» Fert The anty wunasae» la the eere-maay were Magiar s mother, Mr.-R w Robiaaea. bi» uaHe by a j fur mar mamaaa. B B- Kastwwad, j aad two ran Waftb Btar-'TilNiram xiaff mea    ^ Hagler war» aa oaat tor the cere Kiony Hi» bride were e grey dt r»> arA a laebei-lhe »ame ciaih uig m wnich »he fiew badt tram i^erniatty to bark bMa «Baiasi the tiiï^der éiukfgew The cuMÉs diftdad I» b# marrwd after Nogbr «•» Bwid brwm cww lady a soeaad tima MM menuag Uaglar said ba dbhiY »are wba pertormed th» girimwr Jmt n was a qmcb jMk Mi«i«r bad baaa la MB tren» ta^ Bedaeaday «Md yislatdai^ U« wbea ba was freed ea a b»k*** corpus wrrt H» was f»afro^*J lain yoaterday after potire aamvb ad hM Fort Morta kaiü ] eí the demmtauUiBEaî wt>rk when Ih# hrads of ti^ae áep*rSmrt*» *i»e art- making reporu aluog the »ame Lise» t Approved Ib»    ©#    V    F Fi>;d*diase as sacfwiary M cbiifvh imttic áepartaiaot. to »we freU Ute J E Riddle 3 \ppruv#d iiec U-Jaa 1 a» • sfwcial day o< pfa>tr and teU-iH .’l a! a* d means af e%ptr^.r.¿ inoiik* tar the mef*-ie» ai GoJ ami to rail «^ee IUpii»i> to live hnier i’hnsiiaa tives at berne, fa me V iturches and in hutìaiw* The Rev James Landes. Wietiiu Fall* in an addreea on Chrutisn r\HKalw« -hx'lared "eithar we wil! I'i^Aide klu» kind of Odw^al-«' t nri»tiaa lor .’ur voung I»; wv wit! wand«-^ «bout in \«iiu *ît«î and end m    ** W I. T tU-i i-1 »«xrrtji' * «4 i enútNi nw-oi. reponed **at niare I IhiP. twt' M’.îîloe dolíais ha» ««va ■    in    «odi«mem sin».# U»i bnrtgmg tbe total ta sJi 44â, i im I Df    rrsemaa,    »upwriaterwl . 4Pol    reported IkM ; baptmwa m «ow aU roewrd ! m meaw    i».as» W vear. With kcwt Germaay wbicb so coo fused Adenauer that be eaDad » v-oahiioa ■menala» la diseu»* U. They aro aspected lemorrow UCTION • Od lae Idwotiel . 4-i . 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