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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 1, 1954, Abilene, Texas CLOUDY, COOLER f:f)E ^Wlfnc ^Reporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH-YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron VOL. LXXIII, NO. 348 Associated Press (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1954—TWENTY-TWO PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c. SUNDAY lOC ‘OBVIOl'S EDUCATION—Atty General John Ben Shepperd fcenter’) Monday called for concr.ete education in his address to the 183 graduating Hardin-Simmons University students. Shown with him are President Evan .Ullard Reiff (left) and W. P. Wright, chairman of the board of trustees. (See story on Pg. 1-B.) U.S. May Airlift Aid To Indochina French SPEECH AT COLUMBIA 'Crusade of Truths' Asked By ike For Americons NEW YORK. May 31 Presi-1 more know ledge and intellect and j approval — McCarthy's statement i _ ?nt Eisenhower called tonight for I less prejudice and emotion,” he that it is the duty of government: “ North Africa Said To Furnish Men SAIGON. Indochina, May 31 (AP) — Authoritative French military sources said tonight the United States may undertake a big Globemaster airlift soon to help meet the menace of a Vietminh offensive against the Red River dent a “crusade of truths” against com- munism and sounded a warning against both foreign agents and said. I workers to supply information to East, West Differ Over 'Neutrals' “We must not permit anyone to' congressional investigators, even if| .......    -    inspire quarrels thrt eventually' such action violates White House “demagogues thirsty foi personal | find good citizens biiteriy opposed directives. power and public notice.”    ¡to good citizens, when basically! Brownell said the executive j Speaking at a dinner highlight-1 ail would like to be joined in ef- branch's responsibility for enforc-j ing the 200th anniversary of the! fective opposition to communism." (ing federal laws “cannot be I founding of Columbia University, At no point in the speech did, usurped by any individual whoil the President said there is no sub-j the President mention the sharp may seek to set himself above ! ject on which Americans are so | differences of his administration the laws of our land.”    ! completely united as in opposition! w ith Sen Joseph R. .McCarthy <R- President Eisenhower’s address to communism.    '    Wis).    at the Columbia dinner in the Wal- But he asked* “Yet. my friends. ■ But his voice became sharply dorf Astoria Hotel was a home-and I say this sadly, is there any ^ stern and impassioned when he re- coming of sorts. He headed the | other subject that seems ... to! ferred to Ihe “division among us. ’ university from 1948 until shortly be the cause of so much division' His remarks came just four days before his inauguration last year, among us’    '    after Atty. Gen. Herbert Brown- then becoming president emeritus. \ | “To this problem we must apply; ell challenged—with Eisenhower’s Some 1.800 alumni and friends ---------  —----— -----—    of the university gave the Presi- C.ENEVA, .Vlay 31 Ea.*:t    and    ;    the question of setting up a super- j Smith    pomtevi out that the Korea Vest disagreed sharply uver the visory commission.    body had lieen unable to function composition of the profxxsed control j Informed sources ga\e this ae- properly because, he said, the Com-commission for the long sought ar- , count of today s    „lunist states on the commission, ir.istue in Indochina tixlay,    but    i    The Communists, headed b> l>tp-    u aI thev moved one step nearer to a    uty SoMct Foreign Minister Amlrei 1 «land    and Czechoslovakia, had    ■ jx'.ssible cease-fire    A    Gromyko    in    ttw'    absence    of    For-    been anythuig but neutral. Military representatives of    the    cign .Minister V. M. Molotov, askwl    The U. S. delegate said the com- dent a vigorous reception and frequently interrupted the nationally televised speech with applause. I Six interruptions came within two minutes during that part of his speech devoted to internal division over communism. But the heaviest applause — a 40-second burst—came when he r said America must guard against .4. K Wells, supenmendent -,11 who seek to establish over ds ,,    schools.    !    thought control—whether thev be .    J    added    that    Communist countries , Claudette Isbell. .Abilene High Organist for the processional and, n w in a preliminary se.ssion. They mis.Mon in Korea. I . S, Indorsee-    I    vaiedictor*an. said Monday recessional was Betty Ross    ' w.i! plan the talks to be conducted retary of State Walter Bedell Smith c.juld no, ^    i    night to 310 graduating AHS sen- later on the actual cease-fire ar- obiecled to this formula and was    ' bv France s Foreign mumst Red China s Chou En lai. Life Is Challenge, AHS Seniors Told “Life has always been a chal- two warring sides in Indochina ; for a commission similar to^ the nnssion should be truly neutral. He j^nge to the imagination of man.” were ortlered to meet here tomor- Neutral .Nations Siqieivisory Com-    .    .    rommumst    countries    :    ri.-iudotte    Isbell, .\bilene Hieh i rangements supiHirttxl As some Wes'ern .sourses .sptike Mau-sier George* Bidault. Near^    Btagle Stadium. m«r. »nd morr n( h Gene.» • l*.-nv clave et Ihe «..ion Gromyko d„- . •    Se muh lom ,n whrch .he peocc ulk. : rh»    “^.^1 "ie.n comiílí;^. i speaking » ' The U S delegation recently re- inight be .stretched ovd for months, Cn'choslovakia. India and Pakistan the mne-party conference argued for the commission. hast'd a letter from the Swi.ss and lors. Speaking to a fairly large crowd in i:agla Stadium. Miaa Isbell usud the class’s ntol-And The Ocean Lies Beyond She cited Elbert Hubbard’s ac- JUDGE RULES Mrs. Gray Wasn't 'Unduly Influenced' Special to the Rrporter-.News the .Methodist orphans home at MONAHXNS. M.U 31    -    *    In- flucnce" in the conte>t to bitak .Vll had s"iular testimony m tnut tlie will of Mrs Retn'cca Este.s Mrs. Gray w.is uitero'ttHl m tluir t.ray was ruled out bv UWfh Di.s- institutions ami often \i.sited the trul Court Judge G C Olsen as alleges and orphan.s home They Swedish members, staling they • count of the sinking of the Titanic were unable to perrorm ihctr duties iH'cause of obstruction on the part ul Poland and Czechoslovakia. Chou claimed in tixlay’s se.ssion the I’nittHl Nations had sabotaged the work of the Korean comm is* .Sion    . in which he jwinted out the heroic deeds of a married couple who went down on the shm so that others might be saved. Presbyterians Vole to Unite North, South gogues thirsty for personal power and public notice.” The President flew here after laying a wreath at the Tomb ol the L rikiKiwn Soldier at Memorial Day exercises m Washingioa. He ' Delta. The Globemasters would speed a mobile group of three battalions, or some 2,100 men, from bases in North Af-i rica to the fighting fronts. These sources added that Communist Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap s 351st Heavy .Artillery Division has reached its base 45 miles northwest of Hanoi but that a general assault is unlikely before the last half of June. They said it seemed more probable the blow would fall in the autumn after the rainy season. U. S. Air Force has on two previous occasions transported French I military units from France to Indochina. One was before the fall ' of Dien Bien Phu. The second airlift arrived too late for its men to participate in that battle. The 351st, with its heavy artillery. trucks and men. is the first of Giap’s five Dien Bien Phu divisions to cover the 180 miles of highway to the edges of the Tonkin Delta. Are HU Daily The other four—312, 308 and 31&—primarily infantry divisions, are straggling along the tortuou.s mountain route which the French air force is bombarding daily with .American-supplied BMs, Bearcats. A 14-year-oid Atuiene boy suf- i ainl Corsair fighter planes PAT R.ALPn JONES . , . back broken Abilene Youth Seriously Hurl As Auto Flips planned to return to the capital. fered a broken back wh«i he was. These rebel units are not e.x-immediateiy after his speech. I thrown out of a vehicle which I pected to reach their bases laider “Possibly in no other way do the roiled over west of Abilene Mon-i eigfit or lO days, the French Communists so clearly exhibit ^ day.    sources    said, their fear of the free world achies - j fhe boy. Pat Ralph Jones, son once the Vietminh are en-ing real unity as in their persist- ^ ot .\ir. and .Mrs. Emory A. Jones trenched in the rice paddies and ent efforts to divide and thereby of 837 Jeanette St., was in “good ’ villages near the delta Giap wiJI weaken u.s. he said. “They ex-1 conditiwi in Hendrick Memorial decide whether to strike or wait I„ ^mpanson .h. val«i,c.or.an    „"¡'I    natn'vTa    "T“ pointed out that three years later    tv    169    tod,.T    to    unite    °^ independent nation* to said. terrain. Reds Say Press Distorting Geneva 1915 Hubbard was drown«!    b'™el,V';i7he’in;mr. i‘T*'If Giap hurls his divisions into aboard llw ill-fat«! Brilish    ^ar. n«^ a ijuu«! character- h.s 1^^^ .....  •■>...    i.    .... .„..wi««!."*-'"'-’"f f    istic Of free s>stems, but as indi- iractured verlabrae.    ^    astonish«! to se. cation of mutual ant..aouisiiis- ! Hitthway Patrolman W A. Jacob ,    h,h,mf ri.™ • This doclrtne of d.v.de and can- said the mjured bov w as r.dtng in '    ^''7 «inese-hm- quer they apply nut only as be- “ 1950 mtilel east ■ bound auto "7«i tanks It also is pos«b^ I nion was approved by the    nations,    but    among    groups    i    driven by Jerry l.ee Richards, H. f 2    warplane 5vouihem branch s General Assem-| ^nd individuals of the same na- Abilene. The accident occurred two 'i^tuinh tliers trained in i.bina Linuiania when it was torpedoed | j. j ^ s^- .n^^Vn and the rn.ied and sunk by a German submarine. Don Drennan. .salutatorian., spoke on “We Have Crossed the *    ’ Bay” He quoted Shakespeare who said, bh ;n session here. The merger : t7oñ .....         3    "one    harf miles^ “Time and tide waits for no man. ^till must be approved by synods ■    Continue    .March    !    on    U.    S.    Highway 80. After the ac-    more    than ÍeJunm7>"m'tb¿”^ven.da.v<>ld trial al,«o s.ud    .nnd    Tass    assailed    the    IS.    Press    |    throuah,.uMde”    |    _ Eisenhower spoke of ■■continuin« ‘ cldent. the auto'was on the north MO.'^GriW. May 31    —    Pravda    ■ ended Monday    afterruH»n    ianiilv    had made similar    dona- Judge Olsen    notiOed deiend.uits    tu*ns to    the in,stituium.' nnd plaintiff.s    th.it no influence    ituler    cn».'.s-exam mat ion.    Dr tfxiay for allegtnl lying, di.stortion .\Il students who participated on ■. The tw ! the revolutionary march of the side of the highway. ,0 other branc-ies of the founding fathers” in the struggle ! Richards is the son of Mr. and Whether Giap hits in two weeks or whether he waits, the delta will and mismformation abiHit the Gen- fhe program were honor students, j chur h already have ar^'i’ove'! tbet achieve and preserve freedom. Mrs. M. L. Richards of 834 Poplar * ^ defended. inbule to Ml Murry (oilegi and Communi.st partv org.in said .\mer-; _    vs    Hsa    Thom,    h.,!.^    mtcrrimied    freaueiitly    by taken by hold and he added: *’.\s they roused in mankind the determination to win political freedom from dynastic tyranny, we can ignite in mankmd the will to win intellectual freeilom from the false propaganda and enforced i.s. St. .    .................. ,         .    had    or has lHH*n limited to two ami one , -------- .    ,    u.    a    v    »k    ......—    _____ .    -    ..««    ..        v half hours each.    requently t.x»k trux* with thtmi    Romine.    AH.S principaL within ii.> churches, but theie still    7c    3rdrive"trom The Judge Given .U,d h,s - hnrge and ihul .he vs ewe.1 these 717^ "    ........ ...... g"»”'.'«" or in- ■-.ided Beth lesiilied that Mrs isi.'SiWe (or the re.KVr to get an    i lowing a euslum the Assemhl> has 1-    ■    '     -        **    •    '    lalways uken 10 .lUow local umis freedom in leading in internal nial- Judge Refuses Delay in Duval HOl'STOS. May 31 ?^Federal from units here as well as rein Judge T M. Kennerly refused to- tcMxeiuents promised by French. Rrplaceineats Fonniog To do so. Gen. Henri Navarre, French commander in Indochina, tonnmg replacements for the H baitaliw* lost al Dien Bien Phu Uips «lul the things that they al truncatmi. distorteii lorm it is im-fidcvl Both tesuiicd that Mrs iHi.ssible for the remier to get an ,a,H- al Ihc time she nmd'c Ik'-'r ..r..y was a plcsanl contpamon idea ol lh.se prupusaB .ind that her home was well fur-» Ihe.Ne are the shariH‘*t woiMs yet mshiHi and had all the customary in the Soviet press alxHii Geneva will tm June 2. 195 r 2. \\ as she sane or insane at the time .she addeii a codicil to the will on Aug 9, 1952' A nuiiilHT ol iTlative.s of Mr> Mercuries Soar The papt'rs have Ih'cii largely cir-i Ta Q( URflfRCS Farr, a mortician, was cross* cunist>ect up to now but apparently i    9 rxamiiu'd by the ultorne.vs for have .started to build a case laying K'O plaintifl* and said he had re- the blame tm the West it the parley Gru.s,nu«ll> c«....ns, u c ul -n pl- tng to S.-1 u..,dc he wdl "Nu.u «•    ^    hut    lhal    her    lu    '    Mcanwlulc,    tw.vu-l tng    .71"    ncral    w.,s    of    ihc    .same    1>ih'    as    ;    ter    \    .M.    Molotov tate to four Methodmt inusiilulu>ns. including McMurry College ot .Abilene. Arguments are schtHiulevi to Ih* gm ul 9 am Tuesday. Witnes.se.s for Ihi' defeiis*' con-1 cludtHl te.stiinonv’ in the seven-day* old trial The Rev Boh lloughston, pastor of the Monahaii.s Methmiist Church, testitieii that Mis iliay was active in church. busincs.v and •octal affairs and that be consul-tied her sane at all times Mr. and .Mrs. Ji>e Farr, Irieiuls of Mr.s Gray fr«M« Monahan.s. also tm»k Dm* slami as dui he.uis of lhr«>e institutmons which bene tit under the will t Foreign Mims* conierred with tlmse of her mother and lirotlier ' rrt'imer Gmirgi .Malenkov and who died e.irlier. He .said extvu-! other ministers concerning future iibe mercury reachen It was 95 degrees in Vbilene at 3.30 p. ni Monday. Ttie U. S. Weather Bureau at Municipal Airport said this w as the hottest here since last .April 6. the tors of the Gr.iy will had ordertHi actions at Geneva There wasn't that kind ot funeral in Kwping ^ anything in the p.ipv'rs alnnii how with the family Micy.    Umg he intemieti to stay m Moscow 96-degree mark The humidity at 3 30 p m. meas* urevi 32 per cent. Justice Urges ACC Grads To Face Communist Threat IVTi X’tAll'ilV P'40 (yr ’    e    -    A    %fKAKlK,%. *-    *•*    *    *ssiv    i    a*    lAAl \.C4AICIil.^ |JlUIi*ia»W4 vs a a^iivsi* .g].„.n <t;..;-.m.uucd'“ "LVlTgrif'-'Sv: •che>. but theie still standing, we will drive iron by was d-'baie as to whether mis will    freedom all who I l>e left to inditulii.t* c,.urc. es. for establish over us thought Broadfoot dischargeti March 31 before the big battle starts. .\i r    nVm tTii *    Kcnneriv    to    delay    the    em-    these wUl be French-manuiac ^ vr and I.U lie no* ■ paneling of .x new jury until the    fight    tanks and armore Highway Deaths Nearing Record \. S Broadfoot to delay empanel- would form pan of this defense, mg a new Duval C -unty grand ' The French 3i>o expected sub-jury    '    stantial    increases    in    materiel Members of a Duval grand jury which will boost their firepowxr Among manuiacturevi ^    ..    r    -......••    -.....-    tight tanks and armored re- New .smen askvM James C Hag-j    ^    ^ federal connaissance cars, both pev^iariy erty. \Shile House press secretary, whether Eisenhower had McCar- ; •ïemagiigueÎprotx'ed w ith planel to em-. announced the I nited Slates has -h    ^    panel    the    new    lury    tomorrow    delivered    one    medium landing meriunK    ^bip of 1,509 tons and six others Kennerly permitted the 16 plain- en route. Four will arrive soon, lifts to file their petition and gave Thanks to stepivd up American buih sides until June 12 to file briefs on the question of jurisdiction. court.    adapted to maneuver in flooded Broadfoot. by telopiwne from rice fields. San Diego. Tex., tonight, said he on the naval sidt the command section of the spt'ech. “I am not going to try to interpret the President s remarks.” Hagerty rephevl .At Uw outset of his speech. Ei- * KnowUxlgc. intelligencv'. evtu i.ition—4hesi are the mountain peaks from which we gam a bftxitl The thrvT lastitulion beiHls were tH'isfHHlive for tixlay s liN'ity, Dr Harold (’ot»ke. ptc.-'ideiil of .Uidge Jmk    declarvxl    hclon McMurry t ollege. Abilcnc lU. Law .S«Mie. piesideiU of Texa.s We •leyan College at Fort Worth, and Huiierl Jotm.son, fcuix'rintemient of NEWS INDEX SICTION A Wofnen't Now« P«t«« 3, 4 SperN    P«t*i    10, 11 tlH A bomb ami H Ixmil»    Ih«'    trustvH»    award» Vo\x- ,spt4e to the aadUvMing seniors of the 48th scssu'e ot .Ahi **    C.UVM lor » tr.Hn.1 l«»l of 9- «a» vrU-rt«! h> Ihr bo.,r.! »« the ¡    pr.-.aUal    « By THE .V>StH lATF.U I’KKSS The toll ot dead on the nation’s highways tepix'd the JiXi mark Monday ami a tx>sMbility ap-.    «    n    »    i    • fH'ared that homewaal bound nuv j ^ NADK. I g. I4- A, iM. « lorisls would break the all-tune    _ record for Memorial Day holid.iy FATHER ATTENDS RITES fatalities.    '    ---- The National iCiioiv IaiuikiI ap-fvealed to driver* returning hc-mc from weekend trips to dnve *afcly. j During the first 72 hour* .-f the ] holida.v after 6 p m hYuiay lr.iftic deaths ak-ross the nation ti'talKxi | .391. There were 68 dtvwnings and |53 deaths Irom inisceH.im' See IMHK'HIN A. Pg. 14-A. Col. I IH'al.s in I'cxas Judge l’otH' grad Oft Nowt SICTION IditorioU..... Comift . , . ... . Closiiftod....... »•dio, TV ...... foriti« Morhotl . . • fofo IS I .. fogo 2 foto 3 fogoi 4-4 .. fogo 4 ,. fogo 7 t.52 graduali'ig .leinois ol .Abilene r'hnstiim t’ollege Monday night. In ixnntmg out the Issue* of Ihe day to graduates and visitors, j uatevi frtmi ACC v '.u* I ojH*. justuT of the Court of Civil to Hh' day of his addre** \íiih'hLs. San Antonio, said the age uKl vxintliet iH'twtH'u fre«'dtim ami aiiihority is an i.ssue today . GoK.ith IS abroad in the world,” he a.*.sertiHl in reference to lonumimsni. The ai>pwal of this Goliath is a promise of inaleruxl security n»upl»*d with a ih.eut of instHu rity for those wlio dliagree, he stud Po|H‘ appeaUn! to the graituales to nu'et the issue ami have faith in a (iod which can preserve life even through masa dv'iitructtoii by Slain Boy, 16| Was 'Adventurous Type' HALl.lNGFK. May 31 RNS — until Iw was arrcstevl by Highway B.iUmger pevH>le paid their last Patrolman E H Gilbert in Pecos ,    .    .    ,    „    vi.uriv    .uiisf    oHtine    ineinh.*r    '       '    *    . ro*tHH'ls to a yoiiag Stranger - i Jenning.s hod tx'en attempting to . MiiKM-j A m.™hir of tha tuailly is ¡¡I!.    »iKm    m««    of    lh«n    h»d    «v«r    s«n    sell . r«lio Irwn ttw sutu« »a*. .sons fille«! the .stand The youngest judgt named annually as an outstanding ! ivil    .ip    cla.ssrixun    teacher The awaixl this year    went    to J Hoy Wd ago liiigham i IXm H Morris, president, stat One of the highlight* oi the 1954; «ni that more member» of the comiiu’iu'ement    exercises    was    the    .    graduating    class    of 1954 were citi- awarvimg    of    two    ma.ster    of eilu-!    zen« of    tHher    vxmiUrie* than cation degrix*» to Norris Ciunptvell i any other previous graduating and Ella Ruth Yowell, tlw lust in | class. AV’s History.    I Dianc Este.* King was IIh' honor Gary KrtH'maii, M'tnor student, graduate ot the year and Rollo piT^seiUetl J W Campbell jii uor; Tinkler reveivvd the IVan’s das« represeiuative. with the awaixl Rihle traditionalh luinJtHl down The commencement exercmes iitmi the grmiualex to tlx* tuiiioi* B Shernxl, presiilcnt of the Boartt ot tru.slt'e.s, naimnt Hefty Me l>emiett ot Abilene and Jack KevHI ol bweotwater as rtveiptumls ol ixtncluded. as each sessmn has U'gun since the of>enmg v»f the college in 1906. with the singing of “ All Hall tlie Power ol Jesus’ .^ame.” that as the weekerui drew tow .ml ¡ _ w ithering heal here Mon- on he wa* driving and Vtdbert re-a eWe death was “play ing a grim    ¡    cog .izksi lum frvmi a description nip and-luck g ane with motorist*    as the j ^ had heard over his radio. Rev Emmett Bnx>ks read last ‘-'•>^1'*’^ a.*keJ the man ii his rites for Ik vearold Wallace Wind    was Jeiining'«, When he an- vor O’Neal of Blue Ridge, Ga    *he    altirmative.    the    pa- fiHind monierevl near here Satur- ^hnan arresievl him day mornmg.    ‘^henft    Atkins,    acting quickly after the body was toond. had H.s c«.n'ini «ro|>»mo«. Allan    ^ Clyde Jennings 33. was taken to' to see if the traffic toll can N held below the preholiday estimaU of 340 deatlu.' Ex-BU Professor Of Organ Dies RlDGEW’ÜOD. .N J . M*C' ^ \u.stin Monday by Runnels County —Dr. Carl Robv'ri W lesi in.io siwriff Don .Atkin.s lor be detector Jennings i.s chargeu with t Si> he inuider. organist and music teacher, dua lost .-ughl at lua iHune aftci brief illness He Wiis org.*m*'. .* Sacred Heart Roman ‘ .o bv Church III Clifton. N J    , , ,    ^    .... W iesemaim at mie tune *>. le' had drowi^ in the river ai^ that the organ deivartment at Baylo. ¡he h.ul blacked out imim'diately l’niver»ity. Waco. Tex,    lafterwatd. remtjmbering nothing THE WEATHER I' S. OSrOTWSXl OI' iOMXl.KCK WKArasK aiRgAi VBILKNK A\u VICIXITY - v'Wv-r p*rU> vio«Ml> TW««ía.v Md WtOn«-»a«' Si«a TVMwtak) M. t»w TucaUAiy «ult **>. SKfe W«tn4«a*> 10 KVST AND Sin TH CKNTR VL TtVV* Partí) cS>u<t) thrG«i;S w«ub«m.ív »f > «Mi«t) M-attafr«! aOrrwMHi ikaadrrino«.- -iwvjitly n«ar ivaAi No InuauVAnt i tara rhaii»M. Mt*lerai* siMaSr«.'t wuff* oa M*RTH CPNtUVU TKX.VS eArtC UmtuaS WMlaaaa«) «'><” •Mlrl'' *% AUrr«a tSiUNkraSuvkar« ai>rts*>t *( w«i- •««aa> afiiMnHHw Nu* ao »amt tuead»), slitSil)' »*rn>«r Wadaaaday. W    WoaUj «fcHMty shrwuaS W«U»*imU.v vAiih wHt«b ak-auerod tSaack) «totnia WfHineada» aflonaaMi .MirSiP w*mi#r PanSaadl# and SmoIi Plauv» Turada) ataSI TK.wrsaATt asa vtaa A W    nim.    P    M ífc    l    Sí .    -. . ,    II TV    ,    S.»    ... _____ M TV    •    •    -    .    Si»»    .. .. ...... s .....    .    430      n 74    .........    5:3#    .        M    . ii ........ ,    • »    . .......  a» 74    •    .    T.3U    «7 7»    »;ia , ... .... . “• W    .    .    »-I® .    ...... M .    ,    1« 4»    . •s    II    3* ,    - II. «t Utas Aad hiva t*«»M«t«kriM lar hauit tu'n as scxMi as su.*pic!ous cucum-st.imcs led to the belief the bey : had tieen inurAU itsl    ' Foilcwmg tin taiieral, the boy’s j , father and brolhe. *al in the cix4 •*“i*d at «.j» ». h a«d it Jennings was returned to Bd    attoim'v    Jack    JJ’l*! mgci Sunday and claimed the boy    t^iktNl    »uoaat U*t «4gM t 4if » m Smtm to- da) 4 33 a m. »uaaat umtjikt 7 41 ». ». RaJvmMM raadia» at s M> a. m 3« 1«. NaoaUvd iMwiidg) at » 4® ». m. H §mf “I can t say enough to tell bow See StAYLNU. Pg. 14-A. Ct»l. 3 P ;