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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Abilene, Texas A a. Disarmament negotiations need boost . Decides by John m. Hightower Washington aug. 17 a top u. A officials have decided that Western negotiations with Russia on disarmament need a shot in the . This foreshadows one or More moves by the United states and Allied governments in the London disarmament conference within the next week or so. Officials who declined to forecast the nature of these moves precisely said cautiously Tillay that certainly some movement is to be expected in the Western position prior to a recess of the negotiations. One project on which the United states. Britain France and Canada Are now working hard k a duration of the test suspension period. Some further offer to the russians in this Field is possible. Basically officials Here seem to be worried about two problems now in connection with the London meetings which Are technically meetings of a five Power subcommittee of the United nations commission on disarmament. One problem is concerned with How the West is making out prop Uganda Wise. The soviets plug very simple proposals for meeting the military Challenge of the atomic age and lessening the threat of atomic War. Western governments say the soviet propositions Are unworkable phony and designed for prop comprehensive statement of the a Uganda purposes Only. Tiey in whole Range of Western disarmament proposals that has been partially spelled out by u. S. Negotiator Harold Stassen during the past two months. Stassen has been hampered by Allied disagreements which have elude such demands As a ban on the use of atomic weapons a suspension of atomic tests for two or three years under Uncertain conditions of inspection and the like. Tie soviets negotiate on Many propositions which they them ways come Back to those tvs of for propaganda purposes. Hence one important concern of Western governments is with the propaganda Impact of the far More Complex and detailed proposals of the West. The link Between suspending tests and cutting off weapons production is an example. It is Undra Matic but officials consider it vital to any kind of effective scheme. Hence there is frequently a search underway in official quarters for ways of sharpening and dramatizing Points of the Western position to put them across to the rest of the world. Pm right of Way deeds delivered to Haskell judge Haskell aug. 17 rns a right of Way deeds for a 12-mile farm to Market Road project in precinct 3 were delivered to county judge Alfred Turnbow thursday by a. L. Mckee of Anson resident Engineer for the state Highway department. The proposed new Fivi Road which has already been surveyed and approved by the Highway department extends from Haskell South and East to a connection with the paint Creek pm Road 61b. As soon As the deeds and necessary easements Are signed the project will be ready for contract letting. Judge Turnbow was advised. About 35 right of Way deeds and several easements win be needed on the 12-mile Roadway. 3-a the Abilene reporter news Abilene Texas sunday morning August 18, 1957 reception honors butlers tonight a reception for the Rev. Art e. Buhler and mrs. Buhler will be held sunday after the evening worship service at the South Side Christian Church of which he is pastor. Rev. Busier is leading to accept the pastorate of the first Christian Church at Paducah by. Members d the first Christian Church also have been invited according to mrs. D. R. Board Man chairman of the reception committee. Two Drivers a a a a a Bryan Tex aug. 17 two men burned to death this afternoon after the collision erf a car Toronto ont., aug. 17 w Roy b. Sinnott vice president of Sinnott news company Ltd., said today he has been informed that and a huge truck on the Edge d imposed by the Canadian Bryan. J government several months ago dead were Edgar Matura Ella a american Magazine conic Campo tex., Driver of the lifted and William Alfred Hudgens jr., Sinnott news was in ruling on actor s promotion sought Washington. Aug. 17 w chairman Russell a a said Tway he will ask the armed services coitus Pittee for a decision next week on the non ruination d movie Star Jimmy Stewart to be a brigadier general in the air Force Reserve. Questions raised by sen. Margaret Smith a Mea lieutenant colonel herself in the air Force Reserve have held up action. Formed of the removal of the ban by the United states distributor 27, Little River tex., near Temple the trucker. The crash occurred in Bryan Salbat supplies it. Sinnott news Dis Castle Heights District and near a tributes the Magazine in Toronto. Company officials said they did not know who authorized the lifting of the ban. A Bridge on Highway 21, temporarily blocking that route. Both men were alone in their vehicles. Bladder weakness n worried by bladder weakness get ting of a lats or bed Wett Tiff too Fri cent. Burning or itching urinate to or fit Rong smelling Cloudy urine due to common kidney and bladder irritations try Castex for Zoulek help. 38 years Usa Prore safety for Young and old. Ask druggist Lor by styx under Money Haek guarantee. See How fast you Improta. a Lowed the Pace of his operation a a a Quot 5 and brought a steady drum fire of july fairly quiet month on weather Austin aug. 17 by july was a relatively quiet month on the weather front for Texas state climatologist Hoye Dunham said today. The weather Bureau employee said the first three weeks of july were free of damaging storms with one exception. A wind storm hit near Plains in the Panhandle on july 1. Winds estimated at 90 Miles per hour and gusts even higher damaged roofs and Small buildings blew Down a granary damaged phone lines and equipment and brought blinding dust and Sand said repeatedly. But it is known Marble size Hail destroyed crops that Basic u. S. Policy decisions a Over a 300-Square mile area. Complaint from the russians. Definite proposal a the completed Allied statement seems certain to contain for the first time a definitive proposal on cutting off the manufacture of atomic armaments As part of a first step disarmament treaty. The United states and its allies May dramatize their offer on this Issue to get across to the world their argument that some Progress has been made in the London talks and that the talks Are Well Worth continuing. Another Field in which the United states particularly has mane Vered in recent months is that of stopping nuclear tests. Stassen has proposed suspending tests for 10 month but Only on the condition that the suspension would be inseparably linked with a pledge to halt atomic weapons production this link is not negotiable officials Here and in London have left Stassen some leeway on the Oil Well fire kills 2 6 others Hurt Hobbs. . Aug. 17 a Al two men died today in an Oil Well explosion and fire West of Here. Six were injured two critically. Officials said it was believed Gas escaping from the Well while it was being cemented was set afire when it reached the surface a the victims were Elbert Tipton 22, of Hobbs who died soon after the explosion and Joe Green 19, of Odessa tex., who died several hours later. Tipton and Ireen were employees of the a amp a Well servicing co., which was cementing the Well at the 4,000-foot level. The fire was brought under control about noon. In critical condition with second and third degree Burns were judge Jeffreys 35, of Hobbs and Daniel Van Huss 27, of Eunice. Jeffreys was a a amp a employee and Van Huss was a water truck Driver for Rowland trucking co., Hobbs. The Well belongs to the Southern California Petroleum co. And is 23 Miles West of Here. It blew out about 3 . During the cementing. Equipment damages alone were set at $175,000. Other weather incidents during july july 19, a Young Man work ing on a farm near Beaumont was i killed when struck by lightning. July 20, in Navarro county a tenant House was destroyed roofs were damaged and windows broken during a thunderstorm. July 21, near Plainview High winds and Hail damaged or destroyed some buildings cars cot ton and feed crops while overturn ing a trailer House. July 23, a Freak twister at new Ulm in Austin county picked up and demolished a barn. July 30, Strong winds from a thunderstorm Tore Down Power and Telephone lines moved a few Small buildings and damaged a car in the Snyder area of Scurry county. Hail damaged crops including Cotton. Lightning struck a House in mount pleasant. July 24, Tornado funnels were sighted in Crosby county. No damage was reported. July 20, another funnel was reported near Trent 22 Miles West of Abilene. No damage was reported. Maracaibo boy to be bridged Wiesbaden Germany aug. 17 Jav a group of German firms headed by constructors Julius Berger Ltd. Announced Here today that they have received orders to build a 5% mile Bridge Over Maracaibo Bay. The Bridge will Cost a hit 100 million dollars will take three to four years to build and will link the City of Maracaibo with the Oil Fields on the opposite Shore. Two teachers employed by Knox cloy trustees Knox City aug. 17 rns supt. Charles k. Silk has announced that the faculty for the Knox City schools for 1957-58 is now Complete. Two persons were added to the faculty at a meeting of the school Board last week. They Are or. And mrs. Kelton Tidwell of Cros Byton. Tidwell will teach High school science and math and mrs. Tidwell will act As school Secretary. Tidwell is the son of or. And mrs. Buck Tidwell of Munday and is a graduate of Texas tech Lubbock. He also attended Oklahoma a amp a. For the past four years with the exception of the Spring semester he has taught science in the Crosbyton school. He was granted a leave of absence from the school in 1955 to teach a freshman science course in Texas tech. In the local school Tidwell will teach general science biology chemistry and two sections of algebra. This summer he is attending new Mexico Highland University at Las vegas on a scholarship Given by the National science foundation where he is working on his masters de be. Mrs. Tidwell completed two years work at Hardin Simmons University and has a number of years experience in office work. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Brooks Campsey of Munday and the granddaughter of mrs. Lilah Campsey of Knox City. She and her husband Are the Only two new teachers added to the Knox City faculty for the next year. Teacher assignments announced this week were mrs. A. V. Kem Letz first Grade mrs. L. E. Groves and mrs. W. J. Morris second Grade mrs. R. G. Vaughn and mrs. George Montandon third Grade mrs. Ulric Lea Anc mrs. Hazel Long fourth Grade mrs. Fuller Shannon and mrs. E. R. Cai Penter fifth grades mrs. Kenneth Lankford sixth Grade mrs. George Wynn seventh Grade and mrs. E. F. Bran ton elementary principal and eighth Grade teacher. High school teachers Are e. A. Youngblood principal and math mrs. Ottis Cash English mrs. Melvin Lowrey commercial tid Well science and math Les Cowan coach and history Bob Johnson coach general science Driver training and 8th Grade work mrs. Charles e. Silk homemaking l. E. Groves vocational agriculture mrs. Phillip Colehour part time librarian mrs. Curtis Casey part time music and s. C. Musser part time guidance and counselling. Bus Drivers will be Guy r of it in son Steve Reyes and Dickie Marion. Lunch room personnel will be mrs. L. V. Worley and mrs. Kenneth Myers. Supt. Silk stated that the North american insurance co. Had been designated As the company to handle the student insurance. Registration will be thursday aug. 29 and classes will begin the next Day. Glenda Givens will be drum major for the band and will be assisted by four majorettes to be chosen later. Previews the newest seen in seventeen authentic look of know edae fashions. Note the looks Here Winter printed velveteen for special dates. Paisley print two piece velveteen. Bateau neck Over Blouse icon skirt with Back Slit. 55.00 classics year in year out essentials wide Wole Corduroy suit with Patch pockets Bross buttons leather Belt Skinny skirt. 55.00 fresh air fiends Cool Day warm . 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