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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Abilene, Texas Partly Cloudy a a e a by ene a reporter in Teton a mar Niiva Quot without or with offence to friends or foes we sketch your world exactly As it goes Quot a Byron vol. Xxx no. T associated press a Abilene Texas Friday morning june 23, 1950 a Twenty four pages Price daily 5c sunday 10� Navy Craft Burns 5 feared dead in plane crash Bedford a a a a june 22. Uby a Electr Iliia living of a farm Neir the four a engined plane caught fir scene said four or five bodies were in mid air near Here thursday night and crashed carrying four or five persons to their deaths witnesses reported. The log of the ship said its last atop was the a Tuxen naval base md., state police said. Witnesses indicated several of those who perished were Navy personnel. Bedford police said the scene of the crash was an open Field about eight Miles South of Here. Time of the crash was set at 7 30 p. . Frank s. Mitchell a Bedford thrown from the burning wreckage. Mrs. Charles o. Claytor who lives near Here said she saw something that looked a like a Hall of fire passing Over her farm Home and heard the crash shortly thereafter. Mrs. Clayton said state police found papers on the bodies of some of the victims indicating they were Navy personnel. The civil aeronautics administration reported in Washington that All scheduled planes in the area bad been accounted for. Indicating that the wreck was either a military Shii to on a non scheduled flight. A Farmer who saw the wreckage n. F. Walker said he was sure the plane was a military ship. B-29 said missing in Pacific flight Abilene Man robbed by armed hijackers scientist billed on 8 perjury fraud counts a a an you hear me a a a Edwin t. Murphy 44. Tucson. Anz., Salesman Calls softly to his daughter Patricia. 12, who is in the 38th Day of a coma following injury in an automobile Accident. The father goes to her Hospital bedside twice daily in an Effort to arouse her a wire photo unconscious 38 Days Tokyo Friday june 23 by the air Force announced thurs Day that a b-29 with 11 crewmen aboard is missing somewhere near Guam. The plane was returning from a routine practice bombing Mission to Okinawa thursday afternoon when it lost Contact with the 19th bomb Wing on Guam to which it was attached. Search and Rescue operations have begun but no other details Are available. Air Force officials said. At the time Contact was lost the Tucson. Air. June 22 t a Murphy agrees with the doctors super fort had completed its Simu 33 12-Vear-old Pancia that the is up to god target my has a did b5ck"to As been unconscious in Patricia has been in a coma Ever target Ana Naa Neanea Naco to the. A i. He was carried unconscious., ,. Hospital the collision May 14 the two islands Are approx Tom of a traffic Accident mately 1,100 Miles apart. Dad s visits with daughter leave nurses in tears she suffered a fractured knee and every Day her broken a hearted leg. Father Edwin t. Murphy 44, at first she Lay in a deep Al now she 75 arrested after riels in Enka strike Morristown Tenn. June 22. Opt strike violence exploded into gunfire at the american Enka corp. Thursday. Four men were wounded one critically. Highway patrolmen moved in swiftly and started wholesale arrests. By thursday night they had taken 75 men into custody. Identifying them As strikers and jailing them for a we do not anticipate further violence Quot Enka said in a written statement thursday night. 3 Cut Down engined plane was at three non striking workers were cached to the main heavy u. A.,Cut Down when they attempted to bomber group stationed in the a comes to the Hospital and pleads a most trance like sleep enter the Rayon producing Plant civic. Okinawa is primarily a fight i Ith her to open her eyes scene of sporadic disorders since base. I a up a t r i c i a Quot he says softly the Cio textile workers Union in it operations Between the two is a Pat. Can you hear me Quot a Cal 1054 struck 13 weeks ago for lands Are routine. 1 but she does no to answer and higher wages and other benefits. A a fourth Man identified As a striker later was nicked in the Arm by a Bullet near the City limits i of Morristown seven Miles from the Plant. Highway patrol squads quickly restored order. At the jail Deputy sheriff j. L. Malloy said patrolmen were a still bringing them truck Burns Driver escapes win ters. June 22. Insl a James t. Price of san Angelo was slightly injured about 5 30 p. Thursday when the loaded gasoline transport truck he was driving crashed into a Bridge eight Miles North of Here. Price suffered bums on the left Arm and cuts on the head and leg. He was treated at Winters mull cd a pal Hospital and released later thursday night. The truck loaded with some 4. Washington june 22 the 000 Gallons of gasoline burst into Senate gave overwhelming approx Ange efs. June 22 the u. S grand jury thursday Alghi indicted or Sidney Weinhaus California Institute of technology scientist on eight counts of perjury and fraud. Or. Weinhaus .52. Formerly was connected with Cal tech a Jet propulsion Laboratory. The government accused him of denying to army review Board questioners that he a member of the communist party. The indictment was returned before judge James m. Carter after several hours of questioning of or. Jacob w. Dubnoff 41, senior researcher in biochemistry at Cal tech. U. S. Attorney toll said that Al first Dubnoff refused to answer questions about or. Wein Haum. Later Dubnoff was taken before judge Carter. He said he was ready to appear again before the grand jury. Shortly afterwards the grand jury returned the indictment against Weinhaus. The gon emment accuses Weinhaus of holding a membership in the communist professional unit no. 122. Under the party name of Sydney Weinhaus was born in Russia. Dubnoff joined Cal tech at a research assistant in 1936 a spokes key City kid warms up with 8 turns around can Abilene will be represented in the Eastland a old Ripe horned Toad Derby by the a key City kid a chamber of Commerce officials have announced. John Womble cd manager is sure the kid has a great Chance of winning. He chased the animal around garbage can eight times before he caught it. Womble submitted the prize beast to the Eastland Toad stables for expert rare until the contest August 12. The kid will represent Abilene and the chamber of Commerce. Victim loses $114, is left Union sous committee excise tax okays slash Washington june 22 log or he would sign or veto the Bill. Is Littlon Ala Khing excise taxes by i he noted that it May be changed $1,010 000,000 and increasing levies i before it reaches him. On Large corporations took a big j j. Chairman Doug non d incl of step Forward thursday. The House he ways and Means committee ways and Means Omar tee for introduced the Bill formally in will sometimes respond to suggestions repeated Over and Over and eats when fed from a spoon Murphy a shoe Salesman comes a Ait pro said there is no Abi Lenion buys Lueders refinery by Aubrey Shouls reporter news Maff writer Lueders june 22. A an Abilene Man Ray Mcglothlin or. Has Lueders Oil refinery and will reopen it As a Petroleum product co refinery about july 1. He announced thursday that be had purchased the refinery from Panhandle products and refining co in May and set about flames following the crash. The burning truck blocked the Highway for about an hour. It was hauled off the pavement and firemen from the Winters fire department extinguished the Blaze. State Highway patrolmen said the fire was almost under control about 7 of clock and then about 7 50 burst into flames again it was reported Quot under control about 8 15 p m. Giving the Plant a Complete overhauling. A new reaction chamber and Bubble Tower have been installed plus minor repairs. The Plant closed in of 1949 by Panhandle it in the City limits of Lueders. Full operation is expected by july 10. Mcglothlin was one of the founders of the Onyx refining co. Of Abilene in 1936. He was also instrumental in establishing the Coleman refining co. Of Coleman in 1937, he owns Petroleum products co. Built in 1939 in Prewitt. N. M., where the company has Oil Fields a refining Plant and pipelines the Plant will receive us crude from the Humble Oil co. Line which runs about three Miles West of Lueders the refinery has two 5.-000-Gahon tanks on the line and pipelines Between the tanks and the Plant. Al thursday to a three year renew ,. a a of j a Bledsoe who was f. I Mcglothlin in Abilene Cole la melted authority for the president and in Hewitt will be superin of the Hospital twice a Day before and after work. He pleads with the child until he begins to sob and nurses turn away with tears in their eyes. In the evenings he leaves to vis i it his wife in another Hospital. She suffered critical head injuries in the same Accident and her Parent. Edward and mrs. Rafte Brown were killed Carol the baby suffered Shock cuts and bruises Murphy his life savings wiped out by the Hospital Bills is not record that he was connected with military work there. Mally approved it. 17 to 8 Supi misting the Bill were 15 democrats and 2 republicans with 8 republicans opposed. Debate let the tax debate was set to open in the House on tuesday under a parliamentary Rule barring All amendments. However re pub trans. Favouring the excise slash but or services including opposing heavy increases in corporate taxes will have an Opportunity to offer a substitute Bill. In Here were these other tax developments 1. President Truman declined to say at his Nevis conference Wyeth winds give ropers bad time in Winters Rodeo inaugural by Ruth Little reporter new stiff writer r. E. Rainwater lost a Chance to be to the Money when his horse a fell with him just after he came despondent. He says he still has Rop Hope and believes his prayer will difficulty to the rid tri qualify Winters fourth annual open Only two of the bareback riders that someday a Rodeo Here thursday night As a who Rode made qualified rides but an Abilene Man. John Glene Winkle about so of 1220 North 18th st., was hijacked and robbed of $114 just past the West City limits of Abilene last night. Glenewinkle. An employee of the Stovall construction co., was knocked out by two unidentified assailants and left unconscious. The incident occurred just West of the Elm Creek Bridge at Glenewinkle turned off on s gravel Road. He told Deputy sheriff j d. Woodard that he was attacked about 8 p a Milton and Tovell Roberta of near Abilene found Glenewinkle about an hour later and called Woodard. Glenewinkle told Woodard that he had noticed two men in a 1938 or 1939 Black Ford pass him a couple of times. Then As he turned off on the gravel Road they pulled alongside his car. Flashed a Light in his face and ordered him to Stop. He refused. They then _ a a a a pulled a gun he said and a Stop the House Republican policy keeping tha flashlight in Hia face they knocked him out. They took Hli Wallet and All the Money from it. Glenewinkle said it contained four 120 Blua three tens and some ones. He told the Deputy that one of the men was wearing a Khaki shirt with the sleeves rolled up and new yellow work gloves. The other Man was wearing a hat. There were no lacerations on Glenewinkle head Woodard reported. Apparently the weapon used was a Blackjack Woodard said. Police late last night he rested no sus Peeta. The House under his name and Nunno minced for the first time that he would support it. 3 committee was called to meet Fri Day to determine a line of action. The Bill As drawn reduces or repeals the excise imposts on a be answered. He feel certain draft renewal passes see ale to order inductions in Case of emergency. It took this step by a voice vote shortly after both House and sen pendent of the new Petroleum Plant. About 25 persons will be employed by the Plant. Tie plants finished products will ate had passed a Stopgap 15-Day be trucked and shipped out of Lue Extension of the present con scrap i Ders to the general Market ton Law which is due to expire at Mcglothlin who will operate he Midnight Friday. The emergency renewal was tween Abilene and Prewitt has Patricia will open her eyes and Strong winds sometimes took their a others of the group will compete answer when he Calls. Deaths up Speed no. 1 Road killer ropes in the opposite direction from that intended Friday to finish the event. High Luggage. Jewelry furs Comet Lea movie tickets and other admissions. Cabarets chewing tobacco cigars distilled spirits used in medicines no reduction in the $9 a proof gallon Levy on drinking liquor amusement devices tires automobile parts musical instruments refrigerators sporting goods appliances photographic apparatus business and store machines matches Telephone and Telegraph transportation of persons and transportation of property. The Bill would put $438 ill lob id new taxes on Large corporations raises an estimated fit Maltlon by taxing the unrelated business income of educational charitable and other tax exempt Organ Allons. Except churches another 195 million by plugging various other loopholes 1170 million from a withholding tax on corporation dividends designed to catch dodgers 170 million by taxing the investment income of life insurance companies and $45 million by reducing the interest rate on tax refunds. The Hill also would Speed up a to crowd 14,200, kw.000 into the Treasury ahead of time Over the next five years. . June 22 f Speed was the no. 1 killer As Texas traffic deaths continued to soar in May Public safety director Homer Garrison jr., said thursday. For the night was Jake Hickson of fasts time of the evening was Mccamey on Black Susy with made by Sonny Edwards of san Dave Evans of Tahoka second. Who finished in 22.57 j. B More than 150 mounts entered. Rogers of Crane was runner up a he big Parade that Strett died More j corp re Rali Ltd with i9 95 and Harry Cowden of than a mile As it coursed through Rane took third place with 40.64 downtown Winter late thursday. Afternoon to Herald opening of the of Leo. A fire alarm turned in after a gasoline transport truck struck a Bridge about 8 Miles North of town and burned threatened to j disrupt Parade a Levities Bull recapture the reluctant Bull who escaped the confines of a truck bringing him to the Winters Rodeo last Fri woman child killed in Ecuador quake Quito. Ecuador june 22. An elderly woman and child were crushed to death thursday when Day will appear in the show after j hearing held accused big Bend Slayer denies Gull traffic accidents Are killing about g House collapsed in the Village of Sanii isell during an earthquake. Latest Telegraph ref Kirts also indicated that numerous buildings were cracked in lat Chunga and in one third More persons this year than last year. Garrison said. A if this rate continues there will let a 2.500 lives lost in traffic Acci Denis in 19.50 that will be .540 up Jill. First person to the scene of the Accident. He said he saw flames shooting about 20 feet High As he neared the truck. He stopped his own truck about 1,000 Yards from the Blaze and saw Price crawl from the wreckage. Farley look the injured Man to the Winters Hospital. Price is an employee of to e fireball service station in san nge Lithen shouted its approval of and had been to the Onyx refinery three year Extension near Hawley when the wreck occurred. The fire alarm sounded during the midst of w inters annual Rodeo Parade and almost disrupted it. Three sons who attended or attend Abilene Sci oils. Ray jr., is a 1949 graduate of Abilene Christian col ,. A a in Sui a a a lege and will graduate with a Mas v Al a r a 0-- in Crook from Tex. Roy b. Farley of Cisco was the rushed through because administration leaders feared that the exp us 1951. Jae . Before the two House., to 19 could agree on a Long Range Extension. But later in a final burst of k graduate in 1951 As an accounting major from acc. Hal Mcglothlin attended acc demonstration Schimil and will attend Speed the Senate brushed aside a rth Junior High the next term. When the Lueders Plant closed proposals to attach amendment to the a segregation measure and More than were killed during 1949,&Quot a Garrison said. Chief w j. Ell Init of the Highway patrol ordered his men in All sections of the stale to concentrate 8� on speeders a somehow we must impress on Drivers that when they have an Accident while driving at exec Ive Speed the resulting Impact is More than their to it Dies can stand Quot Garrison said during the past 12 years the a a hot of it Kierath intensity was Felt in Quito at 3 44 pm Eastern Standard Lime. The quake Abo was Felt at in Ayaquil. No dam was reported there. All. The Bull was lost at an un-1 Mexico City. June 22. It a known Point in route from san Federal judge held an extradition Antonio to Winters. He was Locat-1 hearing i thursday for a mexican de near Mason and will be on accused of killing a Texas sheriff in hand for the second go round of the lonely big Bend last March but the Rodeo Friday night. A did not announce Hia decision. An electric Eye timer said to Jose Vilalobos 24, whose extra he the Only one of its kind in the Dillon to Texas has been requested world is being used to time Rodeo i by the c s government told the events. Invented by Joe Dodson of judge he is innocent Talpa the instrument is connect the in a slab of fresh Concrete a born 11935, died August 1949 a Mcgroth this legislation now goes Back a in said he would mix another slab to the House which previously had on which he would write a Resur voted a two year renewal. F reeled. July 195��?T�?T Down some of the worker scratched highest toll for May was in 1947, when 160 persons were killed. A preliminary figure for May 19.50 j released thursday shows 202 deaths later reports Are expected to push the figures to 225 the weather o. A. Or part it or co Mirari what Ira arh Bai Abl line Vicinity Pruy Eio Udy and no in Loriant temperature a hang today Loni Giu and fridays it Jam Zehani a of widely a battered aha cry late Thia afternoon High today near 5, Low tonight 13 a a. East Texas partly Cloudy a few hundreds of first fighters thrill to fan Dangle show by h. Don Rodgers was the Pioneer women of old fort reporter Nat staff writer Griffin Days. Albany june 22. They did the traditional songs and ballads. It again. Yes the fan Dangle play arranged to make up the special ers captured the hearts of Hun musical score to form the a 4s Howwa priday and in East i of Quot first fighters Quot and held of the show transported the him i Nui Tivi a m North a it portion 8�t j them Tup Livi for Loore than 2 Houn str Rdv of pm stator to flt it or Aifiti Here thursday night As history in i in the time when i Ittie Deno was reeled itself on the Grassy stage the dance Hall Queen and Johnny j Rocah Loti Pratl Wadi on the a june i urdu v Texas m atly Cloudy with a a a it a who Vert not quit an warm in Panhandle Feria saturday partly Cloudy if Sci Hati a Thun p my ii 1 30 1$. 3 10. N3 30ii. S to. Vuk. 6 3�1% a so. A. 1301� a a. Is. A to n 1010s i u 30 s4 Nuon m Ltd Haid to 1. Iii rat Iiri it i i ii p in. I u a cd 14 degree Hig i and Luw a amt Date i t Rar 94 and m la a a uni 1 1�, today i our at tonight 14� bar Orcier Reading �1 a a p m a Fiat the humidity at a m pm. Ass be so s3 50 51 for 34 Fri closed in by a Cyclorama of fre Fly Cut Mesquite Brush. Member of the first night audience were captives from the very beginning but it was a Captivity they enjoyed. Proper sequence there Stu t some thing about the Beautiful Organ music in this big outdoor Amphitheater that lends an unusual Charm and Grace to the action of the dancers the singers and the narrators dances of the past the dance of the performers acting out the incidents which the narrators related about the women of old fort Griffin As usual., were solidly grounded in the past ways a vital part of the i an Dangle Kinda mental Steps for nearly ail a production routine were the familiar de with an electric clock on the Villalobos said he was working on a farm several Miles away judges Bench and times to 1-Loolh when sheriff o. W Blackleg mor of a second Don Smith of Talpa Row of Presidio county a shot. Is ass sting to Oil rating it to keep Vilalobos said he did not know Lime on performer. The sheriff. Congress army reveal new weapons drop Cost of defense Washington june 2? v j on Are in profi Duclion and some in new american weapons which will a the development stage make it less necessary to match Gen Ford said this in t an Arma an enemy tank for tank have a Ama ment race As commonly under ter silly influenced a the plans for stood defending the North Atlantic area i the general a speech a before but the weapons Are still to various the Washington Branch of the Amerri age of development and Many lean ordnance Assoc Ailon which is prox Luction problem remain j made up of civilians the Senate report said the de main mond could a draw a Schooner with More Grace and less foam than any Man in town Quot music both new and old is Al this the eighth Albany people men women and was no exception. Jack Miller Stu dances of the Section the children of All Ages were the danc-1 Dent at Pratt Institute and a Home ers and the singers for Bob nails town boy has written the music Stellar production and gave life to and lyrics to fit the theme of the the Fandango e stories and. Appear i Stoi v la Ion or women. The color i Preh Lam Ihm Khz keeping this Little dog. Teddy is against apartment rules hut Joan Schlinker 9, of Cleveland 0. Has Only a few months left to pet him. Those two facts were brought out in Congress and by the army thursday. Two Senate committee. Foreign relations and armed service joined in urging Velo Pumeni of new arms it mostly in the Field of. Recoil a less weapons a shaped Quot explosive charge that a give great the Senate to a j a tic mines new uses of the vac Ruu Ratt Prober says service gave away secrets Washington june 22. In a a Senate investigator said thursday testimony had been received that John s. Service state department far Eastern official la closed secret military information to Philip Jaffa amerasian Magazine editor. Service immediately denied Ever knowingly passing along such informatics. He described talk with Jaffe in 1945 As in the nature of Normal relationships with editors and writers seeking background data. It was Robert Morita. Rep Ubu can counsel for the Senate foreign relations sub a committee who said the testimony had been received. The source and Detella of the testimony was not clearly identified at thursdays Public heaping senators indicated however that the Fri figured in the evidence. Senator Mccarthy Ria who has accused service of being a a Collaborator with communists Quot told reporters that Fri testimony will show that the Fri had a microphone concealed in Jaffey a room at the Statler hotel to Washington when service and Jaffa met there in May 1945. Asked whether he had seen the Fri testimony Mccarthy said a no Mccarthy is not a member of the Senate inquiry committee and was not present when the Fri agents testified last month. Service acknowledged at thursdays Public hearing that he had told another figure in the amerasian Case what was m two messages sent by president Roosevelt to Chiang Kai Shek in 1944. Service contended he did nothing irregular. Service Jaffa and four Othera were arrested in the 1945 amerasian which has stirred bitter con to Overly in Congress with Mccarthy calling it a key to Bis charge. That the state department in a of reds. Service was cleared and Laffe Wai fined after Federal raiders Umo cred stacks of government Docusin Clits in tha ing As their grandparent and even As Impi selves re created on the Field the look and feel of times Long since gone Pioneer theme theme of this years fan Dangle fun sets belter than Ever before t his Veary a three might Sham one were designed by Miller and con of the Best Iii history of the 12-strurted under hts supervision year old venture one of the new-5lusic, continuous throughout the est innovations in this year s show two hour show was played by Al was a hydraulically operated eol ice Reynolds with each tune in Ita see fan Dangle col t 4� 2, p 1 Ficho Telsche it polkas new shoes an the child is ill with Leupp Mia. Because they never Many new Eori Umes and equip a a a of Todd away Niento have been added to make Zouki Lake h any away irom loan her parents Are House Hunting. The Landlady has Given them until july 1 to find a new place a wire photo prove 11,222 wkly of Worth of air a i unt a be Aid for Western Europe in so doing they reported the influence of new weapons on North Atlantic defense plans said the new weapon will be Given to the North Atlantic treaty nations and other receiving a s. Arm Aid. At about the same time maj. Gen e. L kind. Army i Hief of ordnance Aid sip error new Wea Ken will make a a formidable Arsenal Quot but cautioned that they have not yet reached the state of a completeness for Quantity production and Issue to troops a a the Senate service thursday proclaimed Hii a a. Innocence in the Case. In Ford mentioned the recoil. Iasi weapon and new a get of the a shaped Quot charge also the follow the a ask sweeper Quot anti aircraft in Foston increase gun the a Loki Quot anti aircraft j Snyder leads Stote rocket a a a quash head Quot artillery shells new a bazookas Quot the army a new Light tank a other items not yet named Quot the two Senate committees said in their report a we dare not lose Western Europe nor can we contemplate the task of a Gam ube Ramg it committees said some of in Wasp from so Austin june 22. B Texas postal receipts Are booming the Bureau of business research announced thursday. In comparison with May. 1149, the general jump in postal receipts was 10 per cent. Snyder with a 217 per cent Gam. Marked up the largest ii reas a Corapi Ritoh a Tab 194�

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