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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - July 12, 1954, Abilene, Texas CONTINUED HOT Clje ^Wlene 3ftepcirter~j0cVDii ^'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES Byron MDMmG VOL. LXXIV, NO. 25 Aêtocùued Preu (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1954 —TEN PAGES PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY lOc Red-Led Vietminh Units Tighten Grip on Hanoi Vietminh u"its squeezing their pincers on Hanoi built up pressure on the northwest and northeast today. hitting the French Union defenders in scores of small fights. The Communist - led rebels smashed a Vietnamese militia post less than a mile north ot Son Tay. important garrison town only 25 miles northwest of Hanoi. French Union forces scored some gams on the northeastern sector. They reopened roads hetwi'cn Sept I’agodes, Phu Lang Tuong, and Bac Ninh. 30 miles from Hanoi, reestabli.shing communications lines and repairing demolished bridges connecting three towns. Those towns form a protective triangle against Vietminh regulars massed just north of the area. Most of the pressure up to now HANOI, Indochina. July 11 i/T—i French troops being withdrawn were closely followed by rebel fighters. Throughout yesterday French warplanes unloaded nearly 150 tons of high explosives on rebel guerrilla ba.ses inside the shrinking Red River Delta defenses. Some of the bases attacked are lc.ss than 20 miles from Hanoi. More than 100 bombers and dive bombers pounded a semicircle of Vietminh village bases which had all hut cut off Hung Yen from Hanoi. Hung Yen. 25 miles southeast of Hanoi, is the new corner-post on that sector of the delta’s defenses. Officers stationed there report the area has become infested with rebels who have in-filitratixl within the past two weeks as the French abandoned the south- no report on over-all damage to rebel installations. Other French warplanes smashed rebel-held villages strung south of the vital Han-oi-Haiphong supply route. Red China is pouring more supplies into northern Indochina now than at the height of the battle i for Dien Bien Phu. But the French | are so busy trying to suppress guerrilla action inside the delta, they can’t spare bombers for more ] than minor harassment of the long | columns of rebel truck convoys, a ^ French briefing officer said today.' Hundreds of trucks nightly; stream down Highway No. 1 from ; the Chinese border just northwest Ike to Push Anti-Red Legislation for Nation Pioneer Shep Rancher Dies; Funeral Today of Lang Son. French B26 night re- j connaissance bomber pilots report. wi.NTEKS, July 11. (RNS — While the rebels were building |    ^ Christian. 79, prominent -.....  .    u J .V, Tho iJP    rnaterial, the question of j    farmer of the Shep commun- crn delta and headed north, ine |    supplies was becoming a    2    a.    m.    Sunday    at ,• planes set tire to sf    ^o    cease    ^yinters    Municipal    Hospital.    He ha.s been south of here, where I around Hung Yen, but there was Governor Asks Income Tax Repeal 11 BOLTON L.\NDING. N Y . July .fL-Gov J Bracken Lee of big - fire is achieved. American and French officials in Saigon said^ today there is no danger the LkS.-supplied arms and other equipment in northern Indochina will fall to the advancing rebels. V. S. .Aid# France .American aid to the French Union in nearly eight years of war has totaled about a billion dollars. Much of this has already been expended. and some has fallen to the rebels—at Dien Bien Phu, for instance. Reassurances that the equip-' ment would be sa\ ed were given ly all Repubhcan.s. said in news conferences and interviews that ITah started a cJ^pa^n today lo j they think Fisenhower is about as get the annual conference of gov-; popular as ever.    ............. .... ernors to demand repeal of the fed-1 c Norman Burnsdale. the GOP ; hundreds more of threatened governor ot .North Dakota, was ‘’n |    fled    this over- exception. He told a reporter he j^rowded citv. There was still no thinks the President has ’ lost j indication tlie 40 to 50 Americans some pvjpularUy” because of tlo-‘ here had left in any substantial four two oral income tax. Lee said it has led to “socialistic moves ’ It was highly questionable how far the Utah executive would get; Note can kill any resolution in the governors’ conference And Gov. J. Frank Lausche. Ohio Democrat, said in an interview that in his opinion the U had been a patient there weeks and critically ill for weeks. Funeral will be held at 4 p. m. j Monday at the Shep Church of | Chri.st with Ike Hayhurst of Fair-l view, Okla., officiating. Burial will! be in Shep Cemeter>’ under the di-1 rection of Spill Funeral Home. j Mr. Christian was born May 11, | 1873, at Henrietta and moved to Shep from Coke County in 1895. His first wife, the former Katie j Faucett, died in July 1945 Two sons and a daughter were born to them. On Oct. 11.    1947. Mr. Christian married Mrs. Cora Slig-er. Mr. Christian was a member of the Church of Christ and was a trustee of the Shep school for a number of years. Survivors include his wife: two son.s. J. H Christian of Shep and O. D. Christian of California; a he himself    concedtxi as    much.    One    niestic i.'^sues and farm policy. But    numbers, despite strong dipiomat- a Southern Democrat who support-    ^ advice they get out. ed Fisenhower in 1952. Gov. Robert * The French and American 0ÍÍ1- F. Kennon of Loui.siana. said in cials empha.'-ized that in any last- ^ ^  .......... an interview that “there is no rea-    ¡ minute rush to pull back    j    daughter. Mrs.    L.    B.    Bartee of son to think Eisenhower wouldn’t' the rebel hordes, there would he j    ^    step-daughter.    Mrs.    Ves- ennie    tax    má    can’t    In*    abolished    go even better now in Louisiana    no repetition of the 1948-49 debacle    ^    of    California;    two <oniP t-ix JU.I    proh.    than last time."    ^    in    China    »hen miU.on.s of hollars |    otis    Chris- missed carrying S. in- * in the face of lenis confronting our countr>’ .an.s-1 Fisenhower ing from domestic and internation- ^ al conditions ’ Disappointed In Ike Lee was one of the few go\ern- in U S aid materiel fell into j tian, both of fucumcari. N. M.; hands. They say fears along this    sisters,    Mrs.    Sudie    Lee    .All- PRESIDENT GETS ATOMIC STRIKE REPORT—President Eisenhotver receives a special board's report on a strike at the Paducah, Ky., atomic plant. Shos^n to right are Thomas K. Glennan of Cleveland, president    Institute, Pres^ Eisenhower: Paul Sanders of Nashville, Tenn., professor of law at Vanderbilt ^^"i e-sitv; and John Floberg of Washington, a former under secretary of the ^a\\. me workers agreed later to end the strike. _______ -, I    on nrto line expressed by American con- l.,ouisiana in 19.>2 by some 30.000.    ^j-e    groundless. Several .said they think Republic-,    gyns, an chances are bright in iheir ;    vehicles, tanks, i rvrs voicing disappointment in Pres- states lor at lea.st holding onto the    ^nd    other ident Eisenhower. Talking with re- longressional NOiU.«! the GOP 4'^"' ,..11 being tunnel' a few I are stored northern Indochina, a spokesman for Gen. Paul Ely. French com- porters, he said his disappoint- . bolds or e\ en picking up ment is based on the administra- ^ere and there lion’s foreign policy and on con-    Hurt    Seen tinued “deficit financing and j Rppublican governors were al- j^ander in chief, .said. .And those cheapening of the dollar. ’    ‘ ^lost unanimous, too. in saying dumps are at Haiphong, seaport on Ciov. James F. Byrne.s. a South- ,bat Sen Jo.>eph R McCarthy R- ^he China sea. which makes their ern Democrat who hoptnM intf* the \yjjj hasn I done any vital, per- removal by ship comparatively Ei.senhower camp in 1952, told ruanent damage to their party be- easy.    . newsmen that if there were an-    ^f    his televised row with the    Ships Diverted    | other presidential election tomor- .^rmj-.    i    To    make    doubly sure the t hina 1 row. “I’d support Eisenhower ’’ Nearly all of them, ti>o. said that story is not repeat^ here. new4> But Byrnes said he i.s .going to farmers aren’t particularly unhap- arriving American ships hay be an independent in politics from py uver the administration's flex-now on and "a year from now 1 farm price support plan, might have an entirely different;    Walter    J.    Kohler    of    Wi.s- .Numerous other governors, near- See POLITICS. Page 9- A, ( ol. « dredge of San Angelo. Mrs, Ila ! Gregston of Carlsbad. N. M , and Mrs. Clyde Richards of Cali-,    fornia; eight grandchildren, three! weapons ot war , stpp.grandchildren and 16 ed into Indochina _ grandchildren, in depot«: m uneasy t paUbearers are J. C. Alldredge. Yarborough Challenges Shivers To Explain Tidelcnds Question By THE .ASSOCIATED PRE.SS Ralph Yarborough Sunday shov-great- i ^ tidelands into his campaign to unseat Gov. Shivers. Yarborough said: “Since the Tex B F Alldredge, B. E. Gregston. as attorney general let it leak out *    w.v    ..... Larn- Gregston. Johnnv    Gregston.    i    that Brownell    (Herbert Brownell, mg Texas Cliiford Gregston. L.    D.    Bartee    ,    U S, attorney    general) is now ; out to the 10.3a mile limit back m 1 Alnnzo Christian.    aU    nephews.    cUummg that^    mUelTnto the^Guff! ’ S’ever since'.“ Yarbor^gh said, i    statedTharthe    boundaries    of    the    ties    Control    Board    jurisdicUon    over Governor Shivers hasn’t said a ‘ Atty. Gen. John Ben Shepperd ^    states    bordering on    the    Gulf    were    “Communist    -    infiltrated”    organ- ! said recently Texas is trying to get named at 10.35 miles off-shore. (izaiions as well as over Commu- President's Views Given By Ferguson W.ASHINGTON. July 11 President Eisenhower was represented today as ready to push Congress for action on the administration’s program to quash communism at home. Sen. Ferguson (R-Mich) said in an interview the President applied considerable heat at a White House conference of congressional leaders last Wednesday to get the anticommunist program moving <wi the legislative track. From other sources it was reported Eisenhower has considered taking the issue to the people in a television broadcast. Ferguson is chairman of the GOP Policy Committee. He said all the anti-Red bills recommended by the administration, including such proposals as legalizing the use of wiretap evidence in soma court cases, are “important matters” that Republicans will “make the most of” in the fall congressional campaign. Security Division To administer the hoped-for new laws and otherwise to control Ccmmunists. the administration already has established a new internal security division in the Justice Department. William F. Tompkins was sworn in to head the new division as an assistant attorney general. Ferguson said prospects for a major part of the program “look Yarborougk spoke at Seaton.' again. Bell county, before nearly 500' Shepperd said he believed there descendant.«! of Czechoslovakian im-1 as no question of congression^ pretty good.” Actually, however, migrants at a picnic and political    ’    ’    ’    *    -■    ■    1^--    -»    > rally. T prepared the first brief stat- West Texas Mercury Soars; Storm Strikes Nacogdoches 102°! Mercury Climbs To New Mark .....  Abilenians    s'xeliered    in    102 de- troop.K caught thousands of tons of    weather    Sunday,    the    hottest munitions at the interior city 0    year. Kunming.    .. ■ The mercury stayed on the ccn- This move to choke off the aid    mark or above from 2'30 p lifeline to the north was t(\ken ^    ^    jq p after it was detcrmineii that tiem :    p    reached 102 intent “sirice the tidelands act it- : only one measure has cleared the self states in several places that Senate Judiciary Committee and the Iand.s    within the    ‘historic’ boun- j    it was    substantially    rewritten daries of    the state    are quitclaim- j    there, ed.”    I    The    bill,    approved last    Tuesday, Ee also    said the    act .«¡pecifically I    would    give the Subversive Activi- diverted from H.aiphong 7iKi or 800, mile.'! south to Saigon This is an j effort to take advantage of the' China expenent'e. where the Red “I challenge him and call upon the U.S. Department of Justice to Both of the two principal candi-him to come out from behind that ■ recognize tlie state s ownership and : dates for governor faced a weeic log in the woodpile and tell the people what his Republican friends are trying to do to the people of Texas” nist action and Communist front groups. The board could force reg- contro! of submerged coastal lands ! of television and irai el as they en-, jstration of such organizations outside the S mile limit. He s. id tered the final two weeks of the ' j^^er the McCarran Act. and in he hoped Texas could w m the argu ment w ithout having to go i > cxiurt j Raoul Salan. Ely’s deputy and Gen Rene Cogny. commander in It was the hottest day in .Abi- Wichila Falls. 104 af Tyler. I’hiKlress. Colle¡ío Station. Lufkin Hv THE    .A.ViiiHTATED I’KESS j    Dallas. 107 at Mineral    Wells.    106 While a    Large part ot Texas    at Carter Field at lori    Worth    and sweltered in record liXkplu'! teiii- at peraiurcs. a freak windsmrni play ud haviK' on the Stephen E .\ustm and W.ico. 103 at Dalhart. liUl at Mato Colle>’e campus at .Nacogdo- Presidio: 102 at Au.stin and Tex-ches late .Sumia>.    arkana lOI at Junction and Amar- The windstorm uniiHiied .stveial illo. KX) at San .Vntorji\ Laredo, buddings smashed windows. Niolona. Alice. Wink and CotuUa; knockeii ’out power service and    99 al Houston    and    San blew down some 50 trees on the Angelo. 96 at El Paso. 96 at Lub- bock and 90 at corpus (.hnsli. vouths were in '    The cool spot.s. with 88 each. lurtMl when the wind tipfx'd over were Galveston and Mafia Gal-Iheir car, Umnie Arthur Williams veston is cixded by Gulf water sur-Jr. received a senou.s ciiest in-1 rounding rnrv and A C. Nash Jr. a leg in- the north, had ample bullets and    sime    lasf    Sept weapons for an all - out stand against the Vietminh in their t.hrunken defense zone should it become necessarv'. E. Á. Hooper, Builder, Dies in Hospital Here campaign. Shivers fiUed the pulpit at the Baptist church in Woodville Sunday as the congregation obsened “layman’s ay.” Shivers will remain at his Wood-ville home Monday, although a the case of labor unions could bar them from* benefits of the Taft-Hartley lavi-. The administration anti-Red program has had better success in the House of Representatives. Last week the House overwhelmingly tanqius Two teen-age Youth Takes 200 Aspirins Don GrtH'r. 19. of Perry .Apart-1 menls, 826 Butternut St.. was m ^ St. Ann Hospital Sunday night aft-1 er he allegevily took aiH'roximate-1 ly 2iW aspirin tablets and attempted to cut his wnsl. AltendanUs al St Ann reported Sund.\v night that he was "doing just fine ■' , Dtficcrs were notifievi of the dis-dm he.'!. :»kies were reporteil Near j    5 50 p m "hen bl'ilion KOSF was oft momentarily, all over the .stale.    j    arrivevl at the apartment. Tenn>eratures of more than 100 The wind blew the rinif off the    He    wa.s    caught degrees were reported from widely- women’.« recreation building on    South    SuUi St icattered areas of the state    I    the state college campus and E. ,A Hooper Sr . 62. .Abilene 28 w hen an i building contractor, died at 2 p identical temperature was re- i Sunday at Hendruk Memonal corded.    !    Hospital after he had suffered a The U S Weather Bureau re-, heart attack Sunday morning at ported two laclors easing Abi-1 his home. 858 Jeanette St. lone', pijsht Suml..>- durmf the, hot weather. Low humidit>. which got down to 15 per cent Sunday afternoon, and a gentle 15 to 20; Hd*de announced by Elliott’s Funeral mile per hour southerly maoe life bearable. breeze Mr. HocHvr. who vtas an unsuccessful candidate for city com- Sunday marked the second day | missioner this year, w as born Nov. in a row the temperature has 12. 1891, in Hays County. Ho mov-soarevl lo at least 100 and tie ed here w ith his family from Afor-vvealherman promised more of the | an m 1930 He marned Mabel same for Monday and Tue.sday. | ciara Brooks Nov. 2, 1916, in Mor- The storm blew in as a hue squall fiom the ea.st a httle liefore i 30 pm    ,    . Radio Station KSV A was off the air for some time after the storm that isLind city and Marfa is m the high elevation of the Davis mountains Clouds reiMvrted earlier in the Marfa area were clearing out Sunday night. Except tor the storm at Nacog- j The highs were toO degrees at damaged the rm>t of the new gvm SpMiiour 111 v.irlh Tomis ami l.l.ina Thi- c.impiis p»».-r hou..e also was in Soulhwcsl Tosas    il.imasod M.sst troes blown down Other readings includni 108 at THE WEATHER k>M I % ncrvwTMf NT or commi r« t w» STM7R R«    ,    . Vimi-M AMI VICIMIV Clf»r 1« MismU> nifhl n»«r l'*    ,    ... nurth ( kntkai- ti ys kn. kiwt l*lr ihi-ouxH Tu*'^n»v WKST TIVCS. oniTkllv uir nul hM iKun<1»r«how***■•    l’ecv»»    V «H») kcsTTI \A.S    rlsfuslv    und iCas T,....i.x -'O' «““>» "'ÂîCn’NTKSI TtXSS '!■■-» "■* VíTuTrCnílT" » « TI »« n m •X M M •3 M 1 10 î » 1 W 4 R» 5 W • R» T m • 30 • » 10 M U 30 lî 30 were on the e.ist side of the cam i pius. Oaks. Maples and iHher hard-I wiKxls were blown ilown and sev-! eral tall pine.s snap^v<\l 30 or 40 I feet above ground i Numerous T\ aerials were ) w recktxl in \ et \ lUago I .A giHxi many trees were blown down on Mound and North SltetA.s, two of the city’s principal streets 1‘ower lines were down on Mound Street and diim.igevi elsewhere The Weather Bureau saw little luHH* for an early end to the un-sea.sonable midcontinent warmth *    ‘ Isolated thundershowers in a 24 hour iH'ritHi delugtni localitie.s in the Gulf States arwl some Atlanlic Coast areas Miami report<h1 3 12 inches. Tallahassi'e. H.'i, 2 60, Charleston. SC. 196. and Cape HaUera.s, N C , 120 A Laughter-North ambulam'e was summoneil and he was taken to the hospital T’oUce said the distrubance aro.se following an argument between Greer and hi* wife Ru« V M •>« I (to I«,’ 101 101 100 •T Galbraith Ritas Slated Here Today Funeral for R B. Galbraith Sr . 64. will be held al 5 p m. Monday at the Corinth Baptist Church with the Rev. Elbert TVak. pastor, offici»»ing Burivl will be in ElmwiHxl Memorial Dark under Hie direction of Kiker Warren Funeral Home Air I dbraith. who liveil al 1301 Palm St . diiHt al 4 p m Salurtiay at Hendrick Memori.il Hospital H„h kw Uintter.lur« Rh 14 hmir« miTmT at * .k' un •*'4 ' *■    . , ilt^ ,«4 kt« lentper.luree ••me Ret# lati \eer •• suwel    ’    *•    ‘® jtw s 41 « m .Hui**et    *    4i    p    in •' • » J" BeUUv« humWHj» •( t-S* pm. Mm Fire Doused Abilene ftrenieii extsngui,she<1 a .snuill grwAS fire on a vacant lot m the 2100 blmk of Poplar St Sunday afternoon The alarm was turned m «1 U.3J p, iii| Regime Recognised ROME. July II 14A--A Foreign Ministry s^Hvkesman announced ttv day Ital.^ ha* recogniied the new military i^gtme in Guatemala, the fii'st Euroi'«'»»' nation to do so Seven Latin American nations and Nationali.st China extended tt*cog oiUua ImX « ««Ik an Mr Hch-hx'C attended ele mentary and high school al Santa Anna He left school when 18 to serve his four-year apprenticeship in the building busine.ss with J F Campbell, a private contr.actor at Waco. SiMiie of his ma.KW projects were the Methodist Church at Loraine in 19.50. two churches at Miwan about 1925. an elementary school W.ASHINGTON. July 11 .fA-On Munday. and a high school at the eve of showdown peace talks j al Geneva, a State    IVpartmont,    .Mr Hooper was .v member    of St. sjHikesman disclose«!    tonight that    j    Paul Melhixi.sl Church and    the the I nited States has    ’ no way of    1    Abilene .Ma.>«vnic Lodge He    form- knowing” whether an Indochina|erly was on the Boaixl of    Stew- settlement will be made or wheth-’ arJs of St Paul church Indo Talks Kept Secret, Morton Says E. A. lUKIPER . . . heart attack fatal Fort Worth and Mrs. Hex L. Mauldin of .Aspermont whose husband is pastor of the .Aspermont Methodist Church, a s«>n. E. .A. Hix>per filmed TV speech will be delivered ; approved a measure to provide the over a statewide hookup from Dal-1 death penalty for peacetime as las at 9 p.m. and again at 10:15 vved as wartime espionage, and p ni.    I    otherw ise to broaden the laws deal- Yarborough plans to go to Dallas ' ing with espionage and sabotage, and speak over a nine stauon TV The House also has passed a hivokup between Shivers’ recorded bill to increase penalties for har-address-ai 9:30 p.m.    boring fugitives from justice, and ^    ^    th*.    rn»H    in    another to permit court use of evI- L. fj voler    “y    .iretappuis    in dotcrmmfd dm« for 'oter *“P'    bill, ho»- ,, V o ,...11« «C ever, would require prior court ap- be,„ro a »ire.ap coufd b. five rally speeches the following I    pg.    g.A. Col * day at Marsliail *3.30 a m. . Car-| _--  -    — thage 11 a m . Longv iew 2 p m. . Kilgore (4 p m ' and Tvler (8 p.m. . .A 15 - minute statewide radio broadcast is schevluled for 6:30 a m. Thursday from Tvler. Then he will speak at rallies in Henderson (10 a m , Nacogdoches 1 p.m.). Rusk 3 p m and Palestine >8:30 p m =. TTie Palestine speech will be broadcast statewide. Shivers will be in Athens at 10 a m. Friday. C.mton at 1pm and Terrell 2:30 p m. He will be in Foreign Talk Draft Made By Churchill LONDON. July U <.f' — Prime Minister Churchill today carefully Dallas for a 9 p m. statewide tele- oompvKsevi the draft of an impOTt-cast.    ’    ant statement he will make in the Saturday he w ill appear in Crockett. Huntsville. MadisonviUe and Jr of 866 Jeanette St.; a brother. . ConrvH« en route back to WoodviUe. er the terms will be acceptable here. •At the same time he gave notice that thus cvHinlry will refuse' to have anything to do with a settUmn'nl if the terms are un-sal uslactory to Waxhington Tht' United States, he said, will reject any ' ai>pca.senient iU the Ctimmu-ni.sts and will refuse lo sanction any expansion of Red c«>ntrol in Southeast Asia These assertioius that the U. S government has no in.sule knowl-e«lge concerning the present state of ImUn'hinese negotiations and ot iU aliKif attitude tviward the ixvs-sible outixvine were made by Asst. Secretary of State Thru.stoii B Morton in a *pee«'h preivareil for an audience at Colgate l^nivers-ity, in Hamilton, N Y. The siieech was distributed by Hie State IV partment to newsmen here in advance of it.s delivery. Morton hammered hard on tht •m indo, Fg. InA, CaL 7 Survivors incluoe his wife, two low of VSaco. daughters, Mrs M P. Ready of I divn. I. H HiXHier ot Lawuw. Okla : four sisters. Mrs C F. Mantooth of 2441 Hunt St.. Mr*. L. C. Smith ot Marlin. Mrs Etta Oaks of Eu-faula, Okla . and Mrs L. T. "Tnt and five grandchii- Varborough will speak in Liberty and Bavtown Tuesday prior to a T\ address at Galveston at 5 45 pm., then attend a Houston rally I hat night. SWEETWATER EASTWARD First 8 Miles of New Freeway to Open Todoy be Swimming Classes Open Today at YFW House of Commons tomorrow on British • .American relations. His report on his talks with President Sisenhower — being drafted at Chart w ell, his country home — c'onies while British and American differences of policy concerning Communist China have developed into highly volatile political issues in London and vVashington These differences are closely watclied in Pans. Geneva, Saigon, Peiping and Moscow, Churchill will have the world’s attention tomorrow. Signs develojied that some m«Mn-bers of the prime minister’s Conservative party are becoming un-(easy at the drift of events. The SWEETW.ATER July H RNS) j Special access rtiads will -The first eight imlcs ol the new used for traffic to and from jI progT.Tm.7ald un- Sw««etwater. four miles east of the    ^    g    , U S 80 .-¡uperhighway. now dcr «xnustruction from Abihme to Big Spring, will go into operation Mondav mornmg The complete«!    part extends from the east city limits of Sweet water the overpass now ^ under construction over the Santa i'e rail linr.N    ,    . Highwav engineer Harold (iris som said the new four lane, divu! e«! highway will be completed to the Taylor Nidan County line some Uiut in .August city New four lane overpasse.s are under roustruclivMi to replace the three underpasses now in use between SwiVtwatar and AbiKne. The fir.st one, near the eleiHric hovister station east of here, will be tmi.sh«fd vvithia a few we«‘ks I nobstructe«! traffic should be flowing over the new aiter> from Sweetwater to Trent—some 16 imiles-by August. f (.'lasses in the Learn to-Swim program will gel underway at 8 a m Monday at the N EW swim-_    ... nung    pool.    23t)2    North    First    St. s conflict ol views reaches    even Into Metta    IVan    Smith,    ««wrdinalor    of    the Cabinel According 1« a widely    held Biit- ish view, if Red China    comes to an under.standing with    the West on Indot'hina and lives    up to the arraiigenicnl, it will be difficult to keep the Chinese CommunisU (Hit of the United .Nation» That is where the clash with the United State* center* President Eisenhower told a recent new» conference he was “completely and unalterably oppo.se<l” to adnutting Red China to tha U.N. mw. f m. to 12 IKHMI SIX days a week. They will be at the VFW pool for two weeu.s and then will switch to the .American legion Pool on ES 11th St. for the remaining two weeks of the program. Muss Smith said. More than t.SOO children are registered in the program. The program will continue through Aug 7 It is sponsored by the Reptirter News, YEW, American Legion and Red Crosj, ;