Abilene Reporter News, December 7, 1954

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1954, Abilene, Texas MfJHMNG -WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT VOL, UCUV, NO. 1T1 ABILENE, TWAS, TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 7, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PUCE DAILY Se. SUNDAY lOe LODGE PLAYS REDS UN Okays Tqfks On Jailed Yanks UNITED NATIONS, N.Y-, t AP) -C THe t committee beat down Soviet opposition today and recommended, that the AssemWy begin debate Wednesday on the caes of 11 United States airmen held by Red China on espionage charges. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.. chief American delegate who had requested immediate action by 'the 60-nation Assembly told the committee that "we in the United Nations cannot let these men down. They are United Nations men. They were se'nt to Korea by the United Nations.'' AD Shortly before Uw steering com: met, todge and the 15 UN Allies of United IB Ko- rea agreed on a resolution. It was reported they ask the As- sembly -to call on Secretary eri! Dag HammarskjoM to use 'unremitting to obtain the DEATHS TRAIL FRONT GOODFELLOWS: Each Day's Mail Brings New Pleas "My husband is out of work. I have been tick and so is my baby. My otter children want some toys..." -My Daddy has just stopped pulling boles and hasn't found an- other job. We would be proud of anything at "I would like to have some cloth- es for my baby, some toyi and shoes and some food. I am a widow..." "Our bouse got burned and we heed your help this year..." have five children and we win not be able to get them'any- thing for Christmas. I was twice m the hospital and we are still paying the bill..." Some CeaU, Shoes, "Will -you come and see my little girls this year. I would like to have some coats and ibocs for them to wear to school..." There are just a few of the poig- nant appeals that pour in daily to the Goodfellows. Pleas tor food', warm clothing and shoes essen- tials all fill most of the letters Only occasionally are" .re- quests for the trinkets and toys that most el us take tar at Christmas time. Each letter tells of hardship' and privation, little cWMmi who wouldn't believe in Santa CUds U the Goodfellows didnt visit them. Fortunately for some the letters addressed to the Good- Fellows contain checks or to help see that those to whom the fates have not been so kind will also know the Joys of Christ mm. Othen at And then there come a truly heart-warming message like this "God has laid It on my heart to help the underprivileged chil- dren I began buying print and making It into dresses and iblrts. I have given away, about 9) gar- ments but yet have about 15 V> give some needy children. If you can use these, please let me know saace drew a flood of sharp, cold south and east. behind it rorn Canada. Tbe'atorm scattered tail in its path, and'in its wake poured rain and snow copiously. .It smashed, ai fishing.party'i cruiser od.; a lonely James River beach Monday and left two members dead of exposure to spray, snow and 16-degree winds. The chill of Uw cold snap was i primary, factor in a rash of fire leaths .during the weekend from Illinois to New; England. Three multiple tragedies were traced to lefective heaters. Ftve Numbered among the dead ware ive children at FranUm, Masi, our .elderly women at German- awn, Md., and a torafly of four VKswanee, 111. Y XY -Y woman -'dwd 'her burned. Three attemptod an i emergency iaadasf near Mich. A roooning tioanlc won- bunwd in their wrecked cor to feast Lansing. Mich.''-- cold Monday sharpest at PeDeston. Mich., where a minimum of 10 degrees below wrt> was recorded. The cold-air low dropped the minimum at Jackson, Miss., 33 degrees under the previoot H-hour low-to 11 degrees. Brownsviue, Tex., uw a mercury skid of IT degrees hit Mittorn at si. Somewhat wanner weather was orecast for the Southern Plains as southerly" winds began, but the in most of the northeast barter was for colder Monday ight and early Tuesday readings. N.Y., reported I egree minimum. At Binghamton, where the low was 7 degrees bove, the mercury had risen to July U degrees by midafternoon. The hijh pressure center of the orthern cold air mass centered Ete Monday over the Great Lakes. Snowfall reached 15 inches early londay o the new West Virginia 'urapiie, where autos. stalled by score and more fortunate traf- ic, crawled. Rain hit much East Coast Monday. It was mixed snow at Cape flattens, N.C-, 'here the fall was .57 inch. Two ncbes of mow sifted on Cape Cod, making a J-iuch ground ac- cumulation there. Boston had an inch of snow. UMinpfoYedNafe Kills Wei-Paid Wife DETROIT. Dec. A hus- wnd, who told police he has not wd a job for two yean, was beW oday after admitting he stabbed his wife to death last nigM be- cause she would not give him an allowance out ef her weekly salary. Robert Graves, walked into police station and totd police of the sUyinf. Police found the body of his wife, Josephine, in their aparbcsat. 8be had b opposed to wide bond etoettoa, Precinct 1 has al- raady voted tta bend ism. It is tut JUD6B, ft. Cd. I States Can't Bar Interstate Truckers, High Court Holds WASHINGTON. are to bnr than- interstato trndwra violate their laws, todndtoc onbH- Mj vmtoadhi. SoprstM OMrt roM'teday.' M

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