Abilene Reporter News, October 24, 1954

Abilene Reporter News

October 24, 1954

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1954, Abilene, Texas Okb. 7 IJMcMnrry 49ACC CalPoljf uricwn 26Rke 135MU 20 Texas 7 St. i Penn. SI. 7 Ofcla. Kan, ft 21 0 H. Payne ENHU SUN PRISON RIOT Prfu a4 Monday: srMIertd and txal tfusndrnMrms fa Tia- andlp. Souih Tlal-j and Ptoas Valley lurulec mocti twhr in Pan- inci PUtns Sunday mfcM nd chewtiere Morvdjy. A.M. 53 fifi 67 M M S7 S4 a 1P.-30 k-nr lemrrmtarcs fnr hocn tadtd pm.: 67 4i uvd tew tcmpcntcin uicc dale McCarthy Requests Watkins1 Appearance WASHINGTON. Oct. 33 a_Scn. McCarthy fighting cen- sure charges, today asked Sen. Walking and some in- formation to the effect thai Zwick- er was not." "This is informaliun for which our InvcstijMing committee has been McCarthy con- United, sliding dial ho therefore i lnvitin< [o miles east at Rochester, south here. Two other occupants of the car escaped injury. Justice of the peace Hunts- man of Rochester pronounced Ani- ador Salaz dead. The other two men are Jose Alonzo Dominguez and Rafel Acosla. both ot whom somehow escaped -injury when the 1947 sedan rolled after failing to negotiate a curve. City marshal P. G. Beauchamp of Rochester, who investigated the accident, said he thought the men were going to a dance near Roch- ester when the accident occurred. NEWS INDEX SECTION A I Trial 3 Mintel Treatment ......5 FHA Dismissals 6 Oil ..................8.9 SECTION I City Holl Star........T Condid Comments Eosjr to Build '29 Market Craih usilKn Ourtook Whe'i Nnr Horn 3 4 S 6 7 History of .'.10 Amusements .........11 SECTION C Juniors in the News 1 Petroleum Club ta 2 Can-Corn............ 3 FlosMijht Queen...... 4 Compia Crwtttr...... 4 Fashionably 7 Abikne Club Colcnfer 7 Mrs. Emery to Review S Jury Senrice for Women 9 SECTION D Seorti................1.4 Form, mtrteti 11 Church U. TV ............12 SCHOOL'S OUT AFTER H-SU WIN Hardin Simmons students will hsvc a holiday from nil classes Monday to celebrate the K-SU victory over Okla- homa Saturday at Odessa. me AnttvKiiiCviVicHl was made Saturday night by H. B. Smith, with the approval of H-SU President E. A. Kt'.fl. Dr. Rcitf MMilwas the first foctbtll holiday in 15 years H-SU, and to hold genuinely free all-Ger- man elections before any such con- ference takes place. The note condemned the London- Paris agreements as "opening the npay for reestablishment of Ger- man militarism." "Western Germany would be turned into a dangerous hotbed of a new war in said the note given to the ambassadors by Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov at the Foreign Ministry, The note declared the accords were signed by powers which have the "aim of world domination" and are "inconsistent with tie restora- tion of the sovereign rights of tie German Referring to disarmament pro- posals now before the United Na- tions, the note said it is "impos- sible to propose a general reduc- tion of armaments and at the Fame time carry out remilitarization Western Germany." Again proposing alneeting of the Big Foirr foreign ministers, the note suggested that tie conference, discuss: t. "The reesfablishment of the unity of Germany on a peace-loving and democratic basis and the car- rying'out of all-German elections." 2. "Concerning the withdrawal of the occupation troops of the four powers-from East, and West Ger- many." 3. "Concerning the convocation of an all-European conference to examine the question of the crea- tion of a system of collective se- curity for all Europe." Ike, Shivers Due DALLAS, Oct. 23 Eisenhower and Goy. Shivers w31 be invited to a two-day celebration not spring, marking the comple- tion of the Garza-Little Elm Dam across the Trinity River near Dal las, it was announced today. HOME NEARLY READY Furniture, Fence NextforSpanns (Pictures 01 S-B) Furniture and a hack yard fence are the only things lea to be ar- ranged before Mrs. Jimmy Spann and her children move in their new home at 7-U Westmoreland .St Mrs. Spann and a Report er-Xews representative will start shopping for the furnilure Monday afternoon. The back yard fence is needed to enclose a playground for Mrs. Spann's youngsters. Verda and Jimmy. Rulh What will the Spann home cost? Lots of Help There's no way of Knowing until sll the bills come in to The Report- cr-Xesvs, bat it's a cinch it will be a bargain from the way builders, workmen and scores of firms have helped out. Saturday The Reportsr-Xews re- ceived the bill from Xorth Park Nursery for soil, plantings and la- bor on landscaping the yard. It totaled and was marked "Paid in full." Abilene Venetian Blind Manufac- turing Co. has agreed to install blinds in the home at cost of the materials, with no charge for hang- ing (hem. OHM Nobody asked him to, bat L. H. Rentroe, owner ot A-l Window Cleaners, showed up at the house and said he'd clean the windows, bathroom fixtures and kitchen sink free. J. M. Cooper, of Cooper Furni- ture Co, 525 Butternut Si., has offered any or all the furniture needed Bt cost. PuinUrs wers busy Saturday, nnd another crew will work today to finish (haj; f wort. John own crew of painters worked Saturday with each man donating his labor. In the group were L. N. Koea, T. A. Lewter, H. A. Tune, H, A. Mees, C. J. Shel- ton. P. J. Owens. J. F. Owens, C. C. McLean, J. F. Tucker and E. W. Bowman. 'A. J. Pence and Ralph Sabin donated their labor taping and floating the shcetrock walls.. John Mees will supervise the paint crew Sunday, with several companies providing the laborers. Two painters each will be furnish- ed by Westwood Development Co., Arthe! Henson, president; Oakwood Development- Co., Marshall Boy- kin, president; and Miles For, builder and realtor. Raymond Legjett, painticg contractor, win work himself. George Houghton, painting contractor, will furnish some labor. Floors will be sanded and finish- ed in the week by Daniel and Daniel. This could not be done un- til painting was completed. Fret From Class Mrs. Spanu said Friday she hopes to move in next Friday or Satur- day if an the work is done, and it appears it will be. She is free from classes at Draughon's Busi- ness Cjllege those days. So now, four and a half months after Policeman Jimmy Spann was killed in a gun battle, the future holds some hope for his widow and children. There U no erasing the tragedy for the family, but Ibt generosity of Abllenians Md WestTtxans who X.ive to the Jimmy Appre- ciation Fund, MW help- ed to buM tome, hw brougM good measure of wcurily for olflcer'i Four-Year Effort Ends In Agreement PARIS, Oct. Al- lied nations signed interlacing pacts today to lock and control most of the conquered German na- tion within their global defense sys- tem against communism until nearly A.D. The government'of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer solemnly and eternally renounced the use of force as an instrument of policy la the process. His signed declaration was part of an historic act that climaxed a four-year-long Allied haul to line up German men and guns in defense of the West System DtTijfd The United States, Britain and Janada joined six West European nations, first in London earlier this month and then in Paris this week, in buSding up a new European drf tense system. It has been designer to .replace the .European.Defense Community which rejected 54 days ago. Tbe United States and Canada, while helping to shape tbt alliance, will not be Seven countries- go Iritain. The EDC'sii are I'est Germany, Italy, Belgium, Holland and' Luxembourg- On this group the defense of. Eu- rope is to be based. A tight, complex pattern of con- rol against runaway German re- armament ran through the four main agreements and a variety of supplementary accords that igned. The agreements aim at: End Ending the American French occupation of West Ger- many that the total surrender of the Third Reich In May 1945. Expanding the Brussels Affiance o admit West Germany and Italy tinder carefully spelled out Bafe- iuanfs which are intended to allay he fears of millions of Europeans who suffered during the war Hitler larted in 1339. Admitting West Germany, into VATO as a full and equal partner so that her tremendous resources of energy, production and men can be hitched to the Allied de- ense effort. Settling the future of the im- icrtant Saarland basin whose coal and steel territory are covetously yed by both, the French and 'Jermans. AH these agreements have ttiH p be ratified by tie national par- aments concerned. The German contingent wifl comprise 6 motorized divisions supported by up to 80 tanks, i tank ivisions with up to 300 tanks, X mechanized infantry divisions with elf-propelled guns and special roops. About men will run an air force of fighters and nedium bombers modelled on Britain's Royal Air Force even be fliers' uniforms. A SO.MO-strong aval force will man a fleet at coastal defense craft. ;AXTOOMST trtlst George McMaous, who ated the characters o( M Mxt Jlggi of. "Brinilng FtUwr" (MM, dfed Friday ft ;