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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Abilene, Texas , a -�vini.�.,. A la. yet. A it a of a pm i to a a it a a a Minu t / a Quot be. A Quot a Chance of showers i e Mene too ter Jeto sudsy vol. Xxvi no. 321 associated press a texan sees the world no. 1 without or with offence to friends or foes we sketch your world exactly As it goes Quot a Byron Abilene Texas sunday morning August 18, 1957�?eighty pages six sections Price daily 5c, sunday 10c prospering europeans end american tourist monopoly editor s note Margaret Mayer reporter news Austin correspondent is touring Europe. It is is her first Story. Her travels will take her to Paris Barcelona the Riviera. Italy and Vienna before she enters Russia. Watch the reporter news for subsequent stories. By Margaret Maver reporter Newi correspondent Frank Urt Germany. Aug. J7 a the badge of the tourist a a strap Over shoulder with camera attached a is borne by More europeans than americans Blu rope this summer. It May be a Sien that peans Are becoming More prosperous and More Able to travel. It is obvious sign that americans do not have the continent to themselves tourist Wise a fact Oft Mayer travellers checks. The Rhine River with its great length of Scenic Beauty is not unusual example. The German tourist Bureau new York advised that it would be difficult to get a room any town along the Rhine without reservations and suggested Bingen just South of the Lorelei As the Best bet. A germans like their Rhine too and they Are also travelling this time of year a the bureaus hostess observed. It was As though she had put her Finger the one room available because there was Only one room Bingen when the Rhine Steamer docked with its a com Moffat Wonless passenger a few Days i later. The hotel was the Krone where the bar served As the reservations desk. A guest Book produced by the proprietors Beautiful Brown eyed eight year old daughter a rican proved the Point. The Friendly family hotel the Cook took off her apron and helped carry bags to the station next morning was obvious fax ten implied the periodic reports Orite with the germans. Its guest the great influx of americans Book showed that its clients came abroad. From All Over Europe esp Ddlly europeans hotels Are doing a Holland. Few americans had Reg booming business but not due sex estered this out of the Way Clu sively to american . If they had they would have enjoyed a sumptuous evening meal of cordon Bleu thinly sliced Harn and Light cheese sandwiched Between a fold of Wiene schnitzel clean if somewhat amusing room and breakfast for All of $4. The larger cities and the larger hotels could not match the genuine concern of the proprietor who sent his older daughter Down the Street for a peach just to fill the guests desire for fruit for dessert. I europeans swarmed along the Rhine numbers comparable to texans Colorado july and August. They could be heard singing passing excursion boats. Their tents were pitched clusters All along the Banks. Camping incidentally is such Active pastime Here that its equipment american ingenuity. No Olive drab tents Here but Bright reds greens and blues and stripes that liven up the landscape. But the europeans travel is not limited to camping or to the out of the Way places. A party of French tourists dominated the dining room of a hotel Cologne. Only two tables of americans could be spotted the popular Grill of the Frankfurter Hof Frankfurt. Tech Board says no profs scream foul school dates set Dyess plans told school boundaries usted pm. 10-a the familiar Knell of the o school Bell now changed to elec a tribally amplified buzzers will i sound tuesday sept. 3, for the j students Abilene a 24 Public schools. Junior High and High school students who did not attend Public schools last year or Are changing Junior highs will enrol and sex envoys daughter said spy Washington aug. 17 l4�t Boris Morros counterspy for the b by has named Martha Dodd Stern daughter of a former . Ambassador As the soviet spy the House committee said it had gleaned much valuable information from him including statements that 1. A Secretary the . Pm who once tried to betray him to Bassy at Prague Czechoslovakia the russians the House committee american activities announced today. The announcement came after the committee took sworn testimony from Morros Hollywood composer director w to recently disclosed his sensational career International undercover work. For 12 years he worked what the russians believed was the role of spy for them but he really was agent for the Fri and a member of the . Intelligence Agency Germany were involved soviet spy work. These persons were not named. 2, Morross superiors the soviet espionage network asked him to get a compromising information about High americans including president Eisenhower. 3. They also asked him to Plant a spy the office of Cardinal Spellman of new York to report the Churchman a activities. _ 1 select courses of study Friday eur ans Are seems Europe a a a 23, and classes will begin first the United states and Texas a a .15 3 Woodson May we Ell be next. High is exception with registration Liere Friday aug. 30. Aug 30 will also be a Busy Day with new students at Abilene High slated for orientation period new Junior High students reporting to pick up schedules and be oriented and elementary school children grades one through six registering at their respective elementary schools. Registration schedules together with pertinent announcements have been published by superintendent a. E. Wells. Registration schedule elementary school registration aug. 30 will be at various times according to the first letter of the family name. The schedule is a of 9 to 9 30 . Go 9 30 to . La 10 to 10 30 . It 10 30-11 . Us 11-11 30 . However parents should feel free to appear at one of the other times than that assigned them if it is not convenient to be present at the prescribed hour the registration schedule states. Parents unable to Register their children aug. 30 should Contact the principal of the school As soon As possible. important Point for parents is that six year old children must have birth certificates from the Bureau of vital statistics. Hos Law seeks Aulo Price cuts 58 de Rait aug. 17 a the United Auto workers Union has proposed to the big three of the automobile Industry that they Cut prices 1958 models by average of at least $100 a car and return the Law will modify its new contract demands next year a joint move to combat Infra Jio Tion. Law president Walter p. Reu Fher today disclosed the making Public letters sent yesterday to general motors corp., Ford motor co. And Chrysler corp. There was no immediate comment from the Auto firms. Reuther said the proposal was based the unanimous action of the Law International executive Board. He said he was suggesting Quot a positive and practical proposal for making effective beginning stopping and reversing the refusal linked sum after wild Chase a a 17-year-old girl identified As Shirley Ann Dickel of Lancaster pa., receives emergency treatment for gunshot wound her shoulder after a wild Chase through Baltimore City streets. A motorcycle policeman shot her after she failed to follow the officer to a police station to answer speeding charges. A wire photo rangers ordered to bring Cage Runnels 1st Bale of Cotton ginned 4. Fifty five business firms Flati onary the United states were covers for Martha Dodd Stern is the Daugh at West Texas fair ter of the late William e. See school pm. 10-a, cols. 5-6 Dodd who was ambassador to Germany from 1933 to 1938. 1939 she came Winters aug. 17 rns a to Public notice when a Book she county a first 1957 Bale of Cotton was ginned by Davidson Gin Here at 6 . Saturday. Wrote was banned Germany by the nazi secret police. Entitled a through embassy eyes it re the Bale which weighed 4401 la ted events when her father was pounds and produced 700 pounds a envoy. Of Cotton seed was grown by d. She recently departed from j. Goetz of the Dale Community Mexico with her husband Alfred six and a half Miles Southeast of k. Stern wealthy investment atoms for peace display due Here Here. The bail was not graded or sold but was carried to the Winters Cotton warehouse. It was ginned from a 1,500 Pound Load. The first Bale last year was ginned aug. 2 at Ballinger. It was grown by Troy Pullin of the Hatch Al Community. Broker and belief was expressed they went behind the Iron curtain. Chairman Walter a a of the House american activities committee said today a emr. Morross testimony clearly establishes Martha Dodd Daugh see sex envoy pm. 13-a. Col. 1 West Texas fair officials Are jubilantly congratulating each other about one display scheduled for the 1957 fair Here sept. 9-14. For the american museum of atomic Energy of the Oak Ridge Institute of nuclear studies has confirmed that the u. S. Atomic b Energy a atoms for peace exhibit will be at the fair. Officials of the fair had worked for nearly a year to arrange for the exhibit to be displayed Here. Spanned continent first with tire torn to shreds Airliner comes safely ran Francisco. Aug. 17 f a four engined passenger plane with 61 people aboard landed safely Here today with one of its giant tires ribbons from a Blowout that occurred As it left Idlewild Airport new York. The United air lines dc7 came Down smoothly into a brisk wind at san Francisco International Airport a runway lined with eight fire trucks which had been ready for hours. A Large crowd had gathered to watch the drama. a Pilot capt. Clyde Parlett 53, of san Carlos Calif., brought his big Craft quickly to a halt. He turned it around and taxied Back to the Airport with a triumphal escort of three fire trucks police cars and a Busload of newsmen. A it was just a routine flight a said Parlett a Veteran of 20 years w Ith Ual and 20,000 hours of flight time. A a that so by we have two tires and two tubes each signs of Strain but he showed signs erf Strain and wore a stubble of Beard which he Hadnot bothered to shave off before Landing. He said he told the passengers about the blown out tire when the plane was Over Sacramento about 70 Miles away. He said he had Felt the tire was out of line the Takeoff and had noticed a vibration while retracting the Landing gear. After delivering his 56 passengers and four other crewmen safely Parlett seemed surprised that Airport officials had a made such a show of the Landing. A App no when a reporter told him his wife had said she was not coming to the Field to see the Landing because she did no to want to drive Over the crowded Bayshore freeway Parlett looked startled and said a you mean you called her about this a James Hiers of norristown.j., said although he and other passengers had noticed a slight Jolt Takeoff they had known to be alarmed if we saw fire fighting equipment the Field. The damaged tire pieces of i actual which were found the runway at Idlewild could not be inspected flight Parlett circled the Landing Tower when he arrived so of Sci vers the ground could look for dam a self contained walk through Type display it is housed a bus like vehicle and is designed to acquaint the Public with the Many programs concerned with the peaceful application of nuclear Energy. The heart of the display is a series of 80 panels which simply but graphically cover virtually the entire Field of nuclear Energy a from a description of the nature of the atom through the mining and refining of radioactive ores to the utilization of nuclear reactors introducing electric Power. The display includes examples of the use of radioisotopes the so called a tracer atoms a Medicine agriculture Industry and other Fields of research and development. Several of the panels Are Ani i mated and can be operated by Pushbutton by a visitor touring the exhibit. addition the exhibit contains radioactive Ore samples simulated fuel elements reactor control rods radiation detection instruments and other materials. The Mobile unit a one of four now touring the United states a is the development the by Frank. Manitzas Austin aug. 17 a Texas rangers were ordered today to find elusive promoter Benjack Cage and return him for questioning to the House investigating committee aug. 26. The 5-Man committee said it would question Cage about the collapse of it insurance co., of Dallas a Cage Enterprise. Rep Reagan Huffman of Marshall said a we Are not disposed to set our hearing to suit the convenience of those who run and by Katharyn Huff reporter news staff writer Lubbock aug. 17 a the Tex As tech Board with one dissenting vote saturday to Grant three ousted professors the Public hearings they had requested. The negative vote came from j. Evetts Haley trustee from can Yun. He said he thought the firing a of the three done a month ago secret session a was justified but he expressed doubt that any Public Board has the moral right to go into secret or executive session b cause the action has been taken behind closed doors Haley said he favored giving the three teachers a Public hearing. This newest Board action slamming even tighter the door of Hope for reinstatement brought from the Trio of professors a drs. I Byron Abernethy Herbert Green Berg and per Stensland a Strong statements of protest. W. D. Watkins of Abilene Board chairman presented to the Board the requests of the three for a Public airing of the causes of their dismissal. A they did no task Watkins recounted How he and Jim Lindsey Midland newsman who is Board vice chairman met last wednesday with each of the three professors. At that time Watkins said he and Lundsey were functioning As individuals not acting officially As Board members. those wednesday conferences the professors were offered the privilege of asking the press to be present but none ask Chi for them the trustees said. This failure of the three to Call the press at the wednesday meeting was cited by Lindsey and other Hoard members As one Rea be brought before the housed a Quot declining the requests for the Public hearing at the Safur Day Board session. But the Board re Piest for the Public Board hearing. Nerf their party prs. Abernethy and Greenberg said they told Watkins and Lindsey that the meeting had been called wednesday by the trustees that a it s your party a and requests for reporters should come from the Board members just Why the three were fired is still officially unknown. After the saturday morning Board meeting individual trustees refused to state any charges against the professors. Watkins and Lundsey refused see Teti. Pm. 13-a, cols. 3-4 committee if he is out of state. A he could 1 6 informed but not legally returned a Garrison connection Between a you can serve his attorney but it has no Legal effect. You must actually get the body you the committee was appointed by speaker Waggoner Carr. He told the group today a a a very pleased with the manner which you have gone to work. I predict you la be very fair and a hard hitting committee b25 smashes three Homes kills 4 men West Palm Beach Fla. Aug. 17 by a twin engine bomber came at tel phone pole level today and smashed into three houses a quiet residential Seo Tion killing All four officer aboard. No one the ground was injured although tales of narrow sex capes were Many. Two girls sleeping a porch were covered with debris and a bed which a two year old boy was lying was Cut two. The b25 Boulier based at Vance air Force base Enid okla., had been cleared for Landing at the Palm Beach air Force base about half a mile from the scene of the crash. Officials said the Pilot w to was a training flight had not re cml has refilled to elaborate any trouble. There was no the to o explanation for the 3 events. . . The ousted , state mrs. Charles Armstrong who ments released after the Board across the Street from the meeting said they did not under damaged by the crash stand that their failure to Call for Jaid site heard a plane that a reporters at the wednesday meet scared to be trouble and looked ing had anything to do with their. News Index polish envoy 5ontou.5., wife Home i London aug. 17 a Young i polish Diplomat and his 3-year-old son tonight awaited passage to a new life the United states while s to his and wife stormed Hack be-1 Hind the Iron curtain with their baby daughter. The Diplomat Mieczyslaw Beluga and his son Richard were granted Asylum Britain. Re i Luga 26, a handsome 6-Fooler, went into hiding Here while refugee leaders arranged the american .sage. But mrs. Reluga a pretty blonde was described by the ref Section a of ivories. 4 school bound .10 Oil news. 12 Section b Bock to College 1-5, 8-9 foil enrolment. 1 Small College benefits. 3. 6 9 10, 11.124. 5. .10 .10 ,11 nothing about the blown tire until Parlett told them about 20 minutes before Landing. A there was no alarm a Hiers said a when capt. Parlett said our right inboard tire under the Wing was gone and warned us not hide nor those who May be Harbor i ing any person we seek now or a the the investigating committee voted to Issue the subpoena for Cage who promoted the defunct Icett insurance co., of Dallas. It said its first order of business j would be to investigate the com a Panyk a collapse which Early this \ year started other investigating i committees and grand jury probes. Cage is reported out of the state visiting his Mother los Angeles. His attorney m. R. Irion of Dallas said a they can Issue All the subpoenas through me but they wont reach Cage is free under $10,000 Bond charges of embezzling More than $600,000 from the company he organized and headed. The Travis county grand jury has directed Cage to appear tuesday but the elusive Playboy promoter has not been served with a subpoena. Like Dallas grand jury has a Date set with Cage sept. 3. testimony there would be secret. Rhe House committees hearings gees As a staunch communist would be open. I to did no to mind spying her both the Dallas and Travis own for the Sake of the Washington aug 17 i it Lull Anion no sought by Eisenhower. County grand juries have been party. She wanted nothing to do president Eisenhower is sending a douse minority a Ader Martin with the escape plan took 2-year-,team of three Fop officials for Ajril mass quoted Eisenhower aft old Margaretta and fled Back Appeal to the Sena Leler a while visit today a Garrison or. Said Cage could Poland. A for Rease foreign Aid expressing Hope thai most of the �?-1 a the has relatives somewhere Mounds. I reductions will he reversed the a America a explained a refugee but Ink is All the signs Are Senate. I Lead r. A we Are sending him Over wrong. Secretary of state Dulles a Quot the president is very much a there As s kit Nas he can gel a Arthurw Hartford and disappointed with the work of the John Hollister Are Likely to have House m foreign Aid and Hopes 1 a a Helga a a break with he com Little Senate will restore most of the Martin said. The prospects were not Bright editorials Dyess fab Pix Pogo amusements Section College fashions. Coeds clothes. Fair Antiques. Men s fashions. Church new radio to logs. Garden topics new shopping Center. 12 .12 13 14 Section d sports. 1-5 farm Market news. 12 out her bedroom window to Seo what a Ball of fire the air. She screamed terror and she and her husband Clung to each other panic As a tremendous crash resounded. The 15 residents the Homes i hit by the plane were roused first by the sound of engines and the cracking of Telephone poles. The big air plane snapped several poles j let before it smashed into the dwt Ell a Ings. Eileen and Susan Rothschild 13 land 8, the daughters of . Hot a to to Rothschild were buried debris As they Lay sleeping but i were pulled out unhurt i the air foce identified the i dead As 1st , John Jones 1016 e. 9th st a Muncie ind 1st it. I James e. Brookman route 7, mount Vernon ill. 1st u. Roberte. Detroye 22119 Sellini st., san Obispo Calif. And 2nd a Ijames Ewalt 4227 Begg st., Northwood to. Ike Mokes last foreign Aid plea checking the collapse it of it. State police director Homer the weather or tire of the dual right Landing gear would hold up under the Strain beside the damaged tire. If it should go too the result could have been a ground Loop particularly if the nose wheel tire did no to stand the Strain. Still another possibility that order to equalize drag Parlett might have had to Brake his left Landing gear which turn could have blown out. None of this happened and the big plane seemed to touch Down into the stiff Breeze from the Northwest As if nothing was wrong. Dec by the museum division of the Oak Ridge Tenn Institute of nuclear studies a nonprofit educational corporation of 35 Southern universities. a relatively Short period of time a visitor walking through the exhibit can obtain a simple informative picture of this nations efforts to further the Ideal expressed president Eisenhower a 1 speech before the United nations general Assembly december 1953 a to find the Way by which the miraculous inventiveness of Man shall not be dedicated to his death but consecrated to his age. They saw the big tire Wasi a Public education peace cracked torn and one part a a atomic Energy carried a out by the atomic Energy com icily a and May a a Dulles is expected to ask the a control lower operator said a a a a Lic Furuc loaders Here a Lidis talc appropriations commit scr the problem was whether the oth a naked for the Quot we can Tom. Ani. West to Khasi Fiat it it closed door attributed App Hir Thi Niiori Fionn of a Mimir to Sun inv Nufi mondavvear5, Bill had to a pc Ca Pitinii k by to boost up to the Legal cd ilog of us Lauon Anri Duica so lamp Sirr a Quot a a a of his wife. $3,367, 100,1100 the Mutual Security of a a congressional resentment .n?"a�?z�.it� a a a Ile came to London As o, allowance shrivele.1 to $2. H Quot a Quot a a to the polish commercial attache. 524.000,000 by a House Vole ear s a s shut of can ital Texas Clear to re of he of nigh nut a few have her the week docs not get the maximum a party Cloudy sunday and monday. Noti the found of a few ago Chi to h he Wick. Pro privation that can by made. A that chiefs Here had be a Hollister the retiring director of another Factor working against. I sympathies. Ministration will Back up this apparent Lack of grass much change temperature. Tempe Patikes sat. . 8.181 78 78 75 74 77 82 82 85 80 89 4 f 0 ,92 _________5 00 91i 008i 7 00,86 8 00 8.1 9 0082 10 00 11 0012 00. High and Low temperatures for 24 hours to 9 00 . 94 and 73 . High and Low temper Atmer aame Date last year 100 and 76 . Sunset last night 7 22 Sunrise today 6 05 Sunset tonight 7 20. Barometer Reading at 9 p a 28.22 relative humidity at 9 . 61 per cell. He was ordered to return to to plea land aboard the polish liner a tory sailing tomorrow. But Reid roots support for the presidents Radford retiring chairman of Appeal. Several senators said their the joint chiefs of staff will Nail continues to urge reductions gee leaders put the escape plan argue for increases military As foreign Aid spending into fast operation tuesday. Is stance and defense support. J ppe existence of something a taxi pulled casually up to the polish embassy London and Scotland Yard detectives moved casually into the surrounding area just Case of a disturbance. With sen. Knowland a Calif leading the fight Senate republicans will seek to wipe out some of the cuts. But they have almost no Hope of restoring the around seven billion dollars carryover foreign Aid funds voted by previous congresses offered a third hurdle to the presidents Rei Fuesl

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