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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1954, Abilene, Texas                               H. Payne 13Tex.Wesl.20T.Tech 28 Notre Dame 42 Baylor 13 Georgia 14 Arkansas 21 Aftm' OWo SI. Ik Oklahoma 40 S. Cal. 21 McMurry 6H-SU 7 Arizona 14 Peon 7 Texas 7 Florida 13 Rice 15 Miami 13 Pitt. 0 Iowa State OStorfori 7 Abilene Reporter WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron VOL. LXX1V, NO. 141 Auociated Pros (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 7, 1954 PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY lOc Johnson Scoffs At Stalemate WASHINGTON', Nov. 6 M-Sen. I appointed by some of Eisenhower's Lyndon B. Johnson today scoffed at any of a stalemale because of the election of a Deniocraiic-led Congress and said the Democrats will cooperate with President Ei- ienhower if consulted in advance. Johnson, Texas Democrat slated to become majority leader of Ihe Senate in January, spoke at 'a crowded news conference. "Talk about a stalemale is as ridiculous as talk about a cold he said, adding: Democrats Peaceful "If there is a cold war, the Democrats are not going to pro- voke it." This was a reference to Presi- dent Eisenhower's statement last defense, month that a Republican Congress must be elected to prevent "a cold war of partisan politics" between Capitol Hill and the White House. "Eisenhower told his first post- election press conference that this campaign oratory probably was too the tall Texan recalled. He said he personally was dis- campaign utterances and he re- ported that other Democrats are still burning at campaign Elate- menls by Vice President Nixon and other GOP orators that Democrats are "left wingers" or "the parly of treason." I.lkes Meeting Johnson said he was glad that the President had invited top con- gressional Democrats as well as Republicans for a conference on foreign affairs here Nov. 18. "We will be happy to participate nnd contribute anything we ke said, adding that this was "a step in true bipartisanship" thai Democrats had urged in the fields of foreign relations and national Power Issue Slowing Arms. AEC Chief 250 at Cisco Hear Illinois Senator Speak By PHYLLIS NI BLINK Reporltr-Vews Writer CISCO, Nov. 6 Americans can- not expect others to follow them it they are going in a circle them- selves, a Cisco Chamber of Com- merce crowd was told here Satur- day nighi. The speaker was the Frank P. Johnson, newspaperman and senator from Kewanee. 111. About 250 people heard him speak at the1 'annual Cisco Cham- ber of held b the junior high school gymnasium. Also Kewacce Native Sen. Johnson was introduced by Anton White, Cisco C-C president who is also a native of Kewanee. Sen. Johnson said America lias lost something in taking a short cut to greater prosperity. He char- acterized it as the spirit of small town America of 50 years ago, "It is a heritage we dare not but he added, "danger signs on the national horizon show that it is possible to lose this heritage." Lauds Organizations One thing that helps America in the fight to keep its national identity is organizations like !he Chamber of Commerce banded to- gether for the common good, he said. They help to keep strong our capitalistic system of free enter- prise, which we know as the Ameri- can way o! life. Sen. Johnson said. "Our one great hope of peace rests on the strength of our econ- omy." he said. Keeps Audience Laughing Sen. Johnson kept the Cisco audi- ence laughing early in his speech with stories of his experiences with the Redpath Chautauqua Circuit and as a newspaperman. His column in the Kewanee news Stt CISCO, Pg. 4-A, Col. 4 But Jolmson stressed that bi- partisanship and Democratic co- operation must include "more than just a review of (he facts and de- cisions that have been made." "A political party cannot be asked to bear the responsibility of a decision in which it hal no he said. Several times he cited what he said was a biblical quotation often used by his father: Reason Together "Come, let us reason together" DAN SORREI.LS 24-year-old lawyer DanSorrells Enters Race For Senate Johnson said he and Rep. Sara Rayburn, a fellow Texan who again will be speaker of the House, had! agreed that Democrats will have their own legislative program. He said this will be in addition to the recommendations in Eisenhower's State of the Union message to the new Congress. Although he had tart comments on Republican tactics in the re- cent campaign, Johnson said the public is more concerned about the integrity and prosperity of this na- tion and peace in the world, than which: party'controls Congress. "And you won't have a itrong America if you keep one eye on the election returns and play poli- he said. The election results jroved, he said, that the American people "rejected the extreme parti- sanship of both parties." Asserting the President "now has had his little fling in the politi- cal Johnson said this had surprised many voters who re- garded Eisenhower as "Ihe Presi- dent of all the country." Johnson praised Sen. Knowland (R-Califl, the present majority leader, as a man who "never ques- tioned anyone's and later they had-lunch together. The fourth candidate for slate senator in the special selection hero Dec. 11 disclosed his plans Saturday to enter the race left vacant by the death of Sen. liar ley Sadler of Abilene. He is Dan T. 28 year old Abilene lawyer, of 1201 West ridge Dr. Other candidates are Rep. Dav id Ratliff, Stamford radio execu live; Tat Bullock, former stall senator from Colorado City; am Juston Morrow, Rotan farmer am businessman. Other persons who have bee reported as. possible candidate are Rep. Truett Latimer of Ab lene, who said he has not definite ly made a decision in the matter and J. Henry Doscher, Abilene a was. not available fo comment. Deadline for filing is Nov. 30 days before the election. Sorrells is a member of the.la firm of Webb, Sorrells, Schu and Ford. He was born in Brec enridge, attended public, schoo in Abilene and graduated from th University of Texas with BBA d gree in 1W9 and LLB degree 1951. following duty in the Marine during World War II. THE WEATHER VIET NAM MISSION Collins Arrives To Thwart Reds SAIGON, Viet Nam, Nov. 6 Wt-t While House on Wednesday to "co- 'resident Eisenhower's special rep- esentative. Gen. J. Lawton Coi- ns, is arriving here at a critical moment in the struggle to prevent oramunism from grabbing another iig chunk of Southeast Asia. Not since President Truman dis- latched Gen. George C. Marshall o China in 1S46 to attempt to bring he Communists into a coalition government has an American mili- ary man been entrusted with such tough and delicate job. Collins, who was named by the GEN. COLLINS to Vkt Nam Soviet Hits Workers For Slow Production r S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE HEATHER BUREAU ABIT.EN'E AND VICrSTTV Fair and raild Sar.day Monday. High teir.ptr. atcie both 75 to W Ctlltts. Low Sun- dy nlghl to 50. NORTH CENTRAL AND WEST TEXAS Fair and mild Sunday and Monday. SOUTH CF-NTRAL AND EAST TEXAS Scaday and Monday. Llltle wam- Sandar. TEMPEKATCRES Sll. A.M. Sal. F.M- ..............I? n..'.'..'.'. 44 U 1-30 75 71 61 52 55 51 62 6i S3 ar.d low teir.ptraiuru {or 24 hours tndcd at p.m.: 75 and 41. High ard lew temperatures date last year: H ar.d Sumel last eight S-.45 p.m. to- day a Sunset loalfht P.m. Itanmeter realise at p.m. 24.24. Belativa horataity al p.m. 45 per sect. MOSCOW, Nov. 6 
                            

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