Abilene Reporter News, October 24, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 24, 1954, Abilene, Texas H-JU H McMurty 49 ACC 2( Okb.A&M 7,CalP«ly 14riown 20 Rke Texas 13 7 SMU    M'OMoSI.    3tlArk. Kansas    ti Wls.    14 Hiss. (Baylor 20TCU 20Okla. 0 A&M 7 Penn. SI. 7|Xan. SI. 21 H. Payne 30 OENMU 1 GhrgTtf vtoua woy Chilene toorter-^jlBtetDíí SUNDAY "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 128 Associated Prru (AP) ABILENE. TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1954—FIFTY-TWO PAGeTiN FIVE SECTIONS__ PMOtTRiof PRICE DAILY 5c. SUNDAY 10c Convict Dies, 40 Injured in Missouri JEFFERSON CITY. Mo . Oct. 23 UP— One convict was killed and nearly two score injured in another riot at Mis.souri’s strife-ridden itate men's prison today and tonight inmates of the nearby wom-en‘s pri.son tried to burn down a dormitory. These were the third and fourth outbursts within a month. The first and worst. Sept. 22, left four convicts dead. 30 injured and seven buildings destroyed by fire. The second, yesterday, was a dining hall demonstration that was pul down without casualties. Food Prirtpstrd Tiul.iy's not a: the men's prison, like the two that preceded it.* st.ittud With prote.sls over food Be-. fore it wax over I.oon convicts were embroiled The trouhip broke out ‘ while White prisoners were being served in a dimng hall ■NlHiut l^ Negro convicts, waiting outside for Iheir tuni to be i served, grabbed br.cks and chased the white men back into their cell block with a shower of mi.xsiles. Estep Loses Bond Appeal DAIIAn fv Î3 ^At!ome>-s f''- H    'DdC' Ksiep. $4. coo* suted    fwiodimf ia a noted Tet as caae. ^id Katafp km bee« re-lur-»* bend hr tfw C S Circuit Couit •*! f-.li» m \pw Orleans ; ' «■ t L.,., w..» if» the form of 01'L ■ 1 ' s* a !.. u h\ Fedrr.i! .b. i.c W    DdVttLKia    ol    Ua« ’ » .C/ »r :« \» »ff M.iurx Hugtips a* ; II wurd !>.i lex. bxXh uf Dallas 1 ■ • W.I»    ted    in ,%ti;.-r>e and „ in » ii\p>r.Tr term aîîe-!wf« wunufi    l'il    thev    gav# htr* S3J0C hn    »i-nk in a    -irm    in-gaotfed to fwaduxT a pxrprtoai mutien ma-rbtat. EstiBp ot.gtnallv was »ui on trjM    h»*rvi    but    tai» wa« trxoàrO ni    a.tpr    a    »»m «a rtpuiip! ipst fied ne had bree arltiikg    .f'tlíjtrd    ■ water for piiyttcal cuti-s Guards and extra officers, quickly mobilized, fired at least seven shots with riot guns in quelling the outbreak. The fire at the women’s prison apparently was a sympathy demonstration. Some of the women convicts have husbands in the men’s prison. Prison officials said eight or 10 beds were set afire on two floors of the dormitory. Jefferson City firemen used two trucks to bring the blaze under control In a few minutes. Firemen wearing gas masks dragged out the smouldering mattresses and bedding. None of the women was Injured The riot at the men's prison lasted about an hour. Warden Ralph Eidson said all convicts were locked in their cells again by 3 p m .and extra forces of guards, highway patrolmen and city police had the situation under control. Kul-von said Joseph R Coffey. 36, sen ing a 6-year lerm from Butler County, Missouri, was killed by a guard’s gunshot at the top of the stain m <me cell block The Warden said Ciiffey and other convicts were throwing chairs iwid other furniture down the stairs at tlie guards and were starting «mail fires. Tho troiddt atartod when oat of th# convlets La tht cell block jeRed. “Flat dog." til protest against the boloaey the convicts wero served at their aftenwon mo«}. H N Headsor. o guiMfd ta the halt tokf reportors Gov Phil M Ouaneny arrived at the prixon about the time the coovicts were locked up again. PLAY BALL! WE'RE READY DETROIT. Oct. 23 (^Mrs. Dorothy Langohr, 32, gave birth to her ninth son Thursday night. Her husband, Harold, 33, is a lumber salesman. Ardent baseball fans, the other boys greeted the news with: “Hooray! Now we have enough for a family team,*’ Some Areas Gel 5 Indies Of Moisture By THE A.SSOCIATED PRESS A high - altitude, low - pres.«ure system swirled over the eastern half of Texas Saturday, leaving treacherous highways, rainsoaked farmlands and occasional heavy wind damage in its wake. Up to 5 inches of rain fell In some parts of the state by early Saturday, and showers were still falling over much of the area. Rain to Fall They’ll prc^ably keep falling for at least another day. for that matter, until a cold front moves in from the Northwest to sweep ll^ skies clean. Official measurements included 344 inches at Beaumont. 2.59 at Kilgore, 2 SS at Corpas Christi. 1 66 at Galveston. 1 21 at Dallas. tl at Houston. 61 at Victm'ia, .S3 at Fort Worth. .41 at Mineral WelU and .03 at Abilene. West of Abilene, the rain taper-•d off abruptly. At Portlawl. aeroas Nuac«s Bay from Corpus Christi. reskientt were cleaning from a tornado that curled out of Mack clouds Friday night. 15 Nations Sign Pact Re-Arming Germany Vicllms ol B25 Idenlified by AF ENID. Okla. Ort S3 JB-Vance 5IT F>if!-# Bser tdentified today the four n:-ee who were kUkd yester-fay Mfte« Uietr B3S Crashed atar Paris, Te« They were U Jaka Lemitier-manr. Fl*i»hjnf. N Y . pilot; I4. Thurniaa Bmtdea. Free Haat. K r student pi*a: U Samuel Beni-.kki^un. Oh.j sindenl pilot, and Airmao W illtam Lpumback, Kaieigk. V C . crew chief Grissom Urged For Senate Post The fVlghway Patrol said the twittor damaged H par cant of the houses in the community of 1,292 The Red Cross and Salvation Army were taking care of about 100 persons made homeless by the tornado The twister was accompanied by hail and hea%y ram % low presiiure area settled o%er North Central Texas behind the cool front and touched off wide spread showers from the eastern border to West Texas Scattered sbowors weie stiU on tap for South Tessi and the eastern Panhandle and South Plauis regtows. but ebm-where Hie ramfaU was expected to taper off The front brought I IS inches of row to JacksonviDe w eost Texas Friday, arcordiai to aa imolfkcial report Kaufman. Trmtdad and Atboua all reportad over threo iacbot of raia. HISTORIC AGREEMENT—Fifteen Western nations des-France. i ranc«, Konrad Adenau^^^^ signed agreements Saturday to bring 500.000 rearmed ano West Germans into an alliance against Communist ag- Beven, The gression. Among the delegates, from left, are Paul-Henri John Foster Dulles. Umtea btates. Spaak, Belgium; Lester Pearson, Canada; Pierre Men- Soviet Union Denounces West German Arms Pact Four-Year Effort Ends In Agreement PARIS, Oct. 23 GB-Fourteen Allied nations signed Interlacing pacts today to lock and control most of the conquered German nation within their global defense system against communism until nearly 2,000 A D. The government of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer solemnly and eternally renounced the use of force as an instrument of policy In the process. His signed declaration was part of an historic act that climaxed a four-year-Ioog Allied haul to line up German men and guns m defense of the Wwl, Systeos Devleed The United SUtes. Britain and Canada joined six Weet European naUoos. (irtt in Lotxkm earlier Uita month and tbm in Paria this week* , in building up a new Eurepean d# feiwe lyxtem B has beau deelgndd to replace the Européen Delenae Cemniuiiiy wbidi FnuKt rejected »4 days ago The United States and Canada, while b^ptag to shape the wUI aot be membera. AbilrtMT » i tíMít-f iiwboi tlrnert GriMiati we# toiard Sataivisb as « paaait>le caadidaie ter Sre «tar ftixm the 34ia distnrt Jeia B Hay AbAteee «^Tsegut and lang î*înr retseo pmooeed Gruaiiin e% » m«e with the qusit iws até    tuNTtké    I»    nil    the irguiati^e    Wtx    w4w'«tix by t&f drwilK at ILiflrv Ctoly C«a»laUlr «lomumt-d ^ «Ute M H»|* 1 •»»(*! RjiU '1 «» ì»»«nK ierd, riwtKi «uMmw vxt«-•>(«•< f«« lAw* IKeirr fermer xatr Sr**«Uir Ps- H lock mi C»t»K«»k» .’U> arfei îi» i-riueit    »1    Abib"-« »«id ifwy a4v    Ei.-.t-f    .ig im rm* GrU*M<a tw« «Itbe    sr.    ’« p«tnt I» A    uf V    j t t(Lfe<iS Hr    "s . tpti! itol Â.‘ •    ' ,iU«r.!ÿ rt-4 “ktnrM V. . Í    • »4 IW4» f »* V ‘    ’ I    kr^ * {,« W ;• 1    '    -Í    ■'* !ir    Í '    *    ’    ■    »■    *«    * -.1    *    s 's f    :■»    -'ic . '    ■■    1. '! Rj» ' ‘ k !»f GHtKMril Iceman Âcquitted Of Wile’s Murder ARKANSAS tTTN* Ar5 rtrt 35 Cecil R k.r f .■■--e-T iKini-Jif Ark, 4ce pi«ftt iîjsrr ..îiîp quitted bere U«i cf ta nMMWxittai w.th ihm tt - eld dâaeppearsece ef 'Tas - *r A«- •M The «tat« centeeded R-»« Ihs wite tu 4r«tk «ad i^!«w W<' bedy le tbr lltsstosiH*- Riiar in La«« rmber. Ilot Ne lwù> hni? iiiÆ® i'r .W'r-TW »*,»1 Mi S Ha*# t» ' « V« «ad rvad S«n !wr hjsUaed Dgdicotiofi Du« MOSCOW. Oct, IS #-The Soviet Union today vrh'mcnUy denounced Ihe Loiidon Par»» agreemenla fc' rearfntng ^ealem Germany a:,i ' propUKfd agiiiR a meeting of the , Big Four i e f eigo mmisiers to M-t'le t.hr problem Of reunifying ' Germ^iy. The Sox let note, suggesting that the mertmg be held next month, w as handed to the American. Br t-uh and French ambassadors M the very time the U»doii accords bruiiiiii Uestem Germany irto the Mrwtecii deiense aU*A»cf weri being aiSBed in Parta Thta deciaioo of rearminf Weatere Cermaoy. the note sai4 “redrcalty reotradicts the taierrsU at the raateteoaace ef peace and immmrnta the ihreal af a new war to Rerepc" Few 16 eatem dtptomau we auiv prtMd by the timing al the not# wbAch. la efUct, rejected pcexioMi Western conditions for a Big Four meeting These included demands THE WU1HEK I s earsBVwtxv oe «owwwue WSSVWS« »ISkSA SM‘ Xkixn v t »,    •--—»*    w—»«» *•* V-'SeJsS I,-«    » •*■**»    • eat    m    t.,4%    *~r    at    ........ 1^. Law ISiMAM mm4*m» »•—< w*arr Ttn*» rntvm SswiWA»» *-*-»    '• "»-i»«-» eu-«    w StSktt. «vrnmaims «SA* » «*. «Ni    *, îa-*»»«* *«s6    Ni»« n**Bi    fwss*    %    .'Wy f-T,—    *»•••    ,»«>«<    <•    A’«« »■■Irtir ëMt    n-M S«* e Man Killed At Rochester K.NOX CITY. Oct S3 RNS« -A Latin • Amencan. believed to be a migrant worker, was killed when the ear he was driving rolled h\a times Saturday night two miles east of Rochester, soulh of IllPf'lP- Two other occupaau of Ihe car escaped injury. Justice of the peace Pete Hunts-man of Rochoater pfemmc*4 Amador Salai doad The oOier two mee art Jos# Alo^o Uocni.ngik'i and Rafd Aco»;«!. btAh ot whom sotnehow oscaped injury' when lue 1017 sedan roUed ifiar faiL^i to eegdtiK# a curve Ctiy marihai F G Brawchamp tí RÓchestar. who tave^gated the accMieal. said he ihougbt the mee were goiog te a dance e^r Ro>-ii-•sicf whM the aretdeel eccu;«^ that the Soviet Vmm agree te sign an Auairian u»d4?fsmdcmw treaty and to hold geomntly free aU-Ger^ man elecliooa beiote aoy such conference takies The note coadenmrd the Loi^:m-Parta aifwrneais as »peeing the way for    of    Ger man militansm ’ “Vifstem Gernisny would be turord into 0 danger*» K»itbed ef a new war in Kuiu|ir. ' s-id the note given te w*e ambaasádur« by Foreign Minister V. II, Molotov at the Foreign Hlmctry The note dadtímé the eceerda were aigned by fommn wtarM ha%# the “aim of xmrU Aroeabac and are “inroB>u'ivrd wBh the lUaíma-tif« of the s»u#»t*i rtgfcla ef u*» German people " Relerring t» disarmameol pee-nlf tMAW bei»*« in« i liitod Nations. the 0A4« »-»«d lì » ■ iflBpus sible to pruiki«# a gwwraî fed»»-t«da ef amisunienis «od at ih# §am# wme awry aui r«mait*raat«^ ef W»t#ra GarmaBy ** Agata propeatsg a meeting of thè Big Foor foretgn mmiatera. thè Boi# suggeotad that thè coefereoce ducwss 1 -The reeetahIiAmont ef thè unity of Gormany ae a peace-kmng and decnocraLje haata and thè car-rytoi out of aQ-Germaa electiocia " t “Coocommi th# withdrtwal of tho occupoiiGO Iroopa ai thè four ptnrmn tim Emk aad Weot Gor-nwjy " S • CueetrtUBi tho convocauoe |of an aU Europeae cgafereece lo ■ rxamiiie thè fuosHoe ef thè crea-il« of 0 systam of eettoctivo lo- sruniy lor ali Ik«, ShW«ra Du« DALLAS. Ori » i^pTwakliet Eu«b0wer and G«v. Suvors wJl bt wvtlid le a twe iey ceiehraU^ yen ef the Gana LHGe Che Date aeeosa thè TruwQf Rivec »aar Dalia». Ü wm atammmé teday - NEWS INDEX liüiSTüN aa-Catwewetei were to he held today éa^emím the • tetUtoa éaliar l aiveraily tí Tena» M D Amkmmm Hespaal aed tV mor leauuta bere &N 4 « V! >S' il >í >A u SJ «I t* wri USTI »4« • » « S I« » « u » i 10 ews MI# A#« «««»v« u.f•» «M M «Mi«« «mtt M * w ■ *>    *» wm mté Wm    »*mt    ém Imi »«M «r M# w IfCTtON A J»df# •• S*«v Wtmékmm lt*tí »Ammttí Tioaf «1 . 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