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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Abilene, Texas Conferees Okay military building 5-a the Abilene reported news Abilene Texas sunday morning August 18, 1957 washing tool aug. 17 a a Senate House conference committee has agreed on a Corr Promise Bill to authorize future construction of $1.232,532,000 Worth of new army Navy and air Force projects at Home and abroad. The Bill subject to House and Senate approval does not provide by actual Money for the projects. The Money for the projects is he ing considered in connection with a separate appropriation measure. Armed service committee today announced a list of the i projects included in the co prom Iise Bill. The list How Ever does not include certain classified projects nor does it include All instances wherein authorizations of former years were increased to meet increased construction costs. Texas projects named included army it. Bliss $7,704,000 it. Hood $2,362,000 it. Worth general depot $95,000 it. Sam Houston $675,000. Navy Chase Field Audi Burn a Senate House conference com i air station $.566,000 Corpus Chris Mittee has approved a $1,232,532. To naval air station $140,000 Dyess work authorized 000 military construction measure which includes the authorization of $100, Kkt for Dyess air Force ease according to a Telegram received saturday by the reporter news from senator Lyndon b. 487,000 Johnson. Kingsville naval auxiliary air station $160, Daingar fiend ordnance Aero physics Laboratory $2,- 872,000. I air Force Bergstrom fab $1.-Biggs fab $5.557,000 of a $952,000. Carswell the Bill will go Back to both fab $2,059,000 Dyess fab $100,-houses for adoption and then . Foster fab $683,000, Grav the president for his signature. Iamb $34,000 Harlingen fab this measure however Mere $262.000 Kelly fab $899.000. By authorizes the funds. The actual fab $250.000 Perrin appropriation of the Money would fab $460,000 Randolph fab a to come in a separate Bill. I $858.000 fab $5,909.000. The $100.000 authorization of Regj up $4.200, a a Webb Dyess is earmarked for a com i pm $4,118,000. Mii nity . According to the associated press. Col. Harry p. Kelliher head of the information services office said saturday that dress officials will not know specifically what the funds will be used to construct is Church of god lbs opens monday the Annua vacation Bible r u a school at the first Church of a a he and if hey Are apr open a. Ater until nol tied by higher head-1, .,5 que ters commencement will be held the Senate approved the Bill aug. 24. Al 7 45 . classes Are to be held for four a Cpl Quot a a a a a. Al a departments for children from for eth apr big be 3,155 through 14 years. Spring. It would he used there for.53.5 g.,. G.3.operational training Maine teachers Are to be mrs. Emma Nance Supply and Community >3 i rudder Junior High mrs Tom cil tics and ground improvements. I Purcell Junior mrs. W. H. A Beard primary and Alice Chapman kindergarten. Mrs. W. K. Young is school Di-1 Rector. Suit filed in $2 million Oil estate Beaumont aug. 17 i in la he parents of Iedith Brown 9, who became a millionaire last year filed suit against the trustees 01 her estate yesterday. The daughter of or. And Lawrence brow ii or. Was chief l one Ciary of the $2.237,.507 estate of mrs. Edith Marshall who died aug. 2, 1956, when the estate was settled Diane was willed almost two Mil lion dollars. Mrs. Marshall was the a widow of Courtenay Marshall a former oilman. Diane was her i Iirth Cousin and the bequest was not expected. Diane is to receive Money from the net income of the Fortune for her maintenance support Recheal Tion and education until she he comes 21. In the suit in court some Sunflower even against attorney Chilton o Brien i Hough she a six feet tall lad Independent executor and trustee Jwj. Included a three year old of the estate the girls parents Kathy Taylor is just knee High claim he a arbitrarily refused to to this towering Sunflower at make any payments to the girls Jer grandparents Home in in except $1,913 a for i dependence. To. The giant the suit claims it was mrs. Plant is 13 feet High and Young intention that Diane re Kathy can amuse herself with chive a Liberal payments during her own version of a Jack and her the Nea photo a Flat i finish a Quot 5.50 6.30 6.30 Sani fut Durmel a i Interior gloss Matching go in 3 Benjamin Moore paints 16 heavenly shades end White in alkyd Sank tat for Wolls and ceilings alkyd Duhamel for Semi gloss trim or Wall Ond Moore s Interior gloss enamel wherever you want o Brilliant Glossi. They re easy to apply a. Wash in a Jiffy. Benjamin moored fielder Dillingham 418 Chest nut lumber co. Pm. Or 4-8171 estranged mate rations clothing he allows Wile Chicago a a suburban Evenston woman told a circuit court judge Friday that Harj estranged husband has been rationing her clothes. Mrs. Sammie Reiling. 21, told the judge through her attorney that her husband Harry 32, let her take Only the clothes she was wearing when she left him july 24 and has since permitted her Only one change of garments. She contended Reiling said this would make her less attractive to other men. Judge b. Fain Tucker ruled that Reiling must return All her clothing. Mrs. Reiling has filed suit fori divorce charging cruelty. Let s stick together you owe me $5 web Star Mas. Aids. It up Fred Roomier 81, of Dudley was in District court today charged with driving an automobile with defective brakes. Judge Louis 0. Rieutord who is 84. Said a a rent to you too old to drive a a Check roomier replied. A you Are Only As old As you i guess you re right we old fellow s have got to stick to Geller a said the judge a As he fined roomier $5, hot odders to use electric timer a Chr Ondek electric elapsed timer official timing device of the National hot Rod assn., will be in use sunday afternoon at the Myca drag strip. The device was purchased for $582 from entry fees and profit from concessions. The group had previously used stopwatches for timing the runs. Time trials begin at 2 . At the strip located at old municipal Airport. Entry fee is $1 per Driver and fee for spectators is 25 cents per person. Cor hits Bridge kills texan 36 Crowley la. Aug. 17 to a car crashed against the railing of a Bridge on a Highway three Miles West of Crowley today killing a negro woman from Texas mrs. Mabel Lewis 36, of port Arthur. Police arrested her brother George Davis for investigation of driving while intoxicated. Davis i denied he was driving the car. Dress Ai ikes in different services mrs. Lucille Owens of 1917 Jameson st., left smiles at the great similarity Between her uniform As an Abilene patrol woman aiding motorists and checking parking meters and the women a air Force uniform on this clothes Dummy at the air Force recruiting Center. The skirts and blouses Are identical but the hats differ. The patrol hat was designed by mrs. De Fishel and made by an Abilene firm. The patrol uniform recently was authorized. Staff photo now a pm do Mma u 14 in the new Star clo mountings from Lester s 2 tie 4 genuine Diamond reflector set beneath the Center Stone add thousands of sparkling highlights make your Center Diamond look fabulously larger your Diamond arrears ur6er you la git More brilliance smart new styling and the Low Cost will amaze you Public records w.4.eeanty deeds Robert Lee Horton it us. To William a. Simmons it us $10 amp execution of note for $14.200. Lot 5, blot to Sec. 5, Elmwood West add. Chester Ray Taylor it us to Paul Hagler. It us $1,200 amp Assumption of note in original sum of $10,850. Lot 17, blk. Foj Replat of Western Heights add. C. H. Reed or. To a. B. Beasley it us $10 k subject to note in Mignal sum of $6.9m. Lot 8, blk. 4. Arthel Benton add. Glenn Quot rho Mason. Trustee to Marion w. Gannet us $19 in execution of note for �10,300. Lot 6, blk. 11, Sec. 2, Wyc Wood add. Henry r. Leach it us. To James v. Legg k,000 Cash k Assumption of note for $3,252.43. I Ort 8, blk blk. 4. Sayles to Hui is Butternut add w. A Sibley sr., it us to Raymond of Hughes it us $10 amp other considerations. I acre out of Sec. 63, Blind Asylum lands. M. A. Whitehurst trustee to. Nora a. Eason $10 k other considerations. Lot a. Blk. 2, Replat of Walter Moore sub. Mack Rypien to Joe c. Rolls 3, blk. D. Sec. H Elmwood West glow a. Haddox. It us to Tommy j. It us l6,500. Let 9. Blk. 3. Park Adda. I suing 1$ Bil Livingni so bring in your diamonds now and let us show you these amazing new Star Glo mountings. 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