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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Abilene, Texas Fair hot Gormier morning without or with offence to friends or foes we sketch your world exactly As it Byron vol no 324 pm a Abilene Texas monday morning june 29 1953 pages Price daily sunday for talk with Rhee leaders join envoy Seoul monday june 29 presidential envoy Waller s and top american military and diplomatic officers conferred with president by Rig Man Rhee for about an hour Ami 40 minutes today after the secret less Ion there was no indication immediately whether they had in getting the korean Leader to modify his vigorous opposition to a korean armistice Robertson was joined in today s conference by Gen Mark w Clark u n commander Dor to Korea Ellis o Briggs and ambassador Robert Murphy Clark s political adviser and for Mer ambassador to Japan with wore South Korea s prime minister foreign minister and defense minister announced after the meeting that the talks Are still continuing but that no time nor Dale was scheduled for Tho next session Robertson Clark and the other top officials conferred later at eighth army Headquarters for Robertson it was the fourth Jession in Many Days since his arrival from Washington with an urgent message from of state John Foster duties it was the first meeting attended by Murphy Clark was present at one conference Between Robertson and the aged intractable korean Jeader before Robertson came to korean however Clark conferred with twice after Rhee re leased North Rean War prisoners an action that brought the nearly completed truce negotiations to a crisis a South korean government said the assistant Secretary of state were near agreement on a u korean Mutual Security pact but neither has made a Public ment on conference results optimism expressed both have expressed optimism during the four since Dent special envoy arrived the talks Are aimed at Down Tough opposition to truce reds Call Rhee pugnacious hound in bitter attack san Francisco june 28 red China s radio mouthpiece Day blasted syn Man a a pugnacious hound who has pushed the armistice to the verge at the precipice it was far and away piping s most vie Tou s attack on South Rea s president since Rhee upset an impending truce by freeing More than korean prisoners the broadcast heard in san Francisco by the associated press purported to quote special Kiang Nan from song the Advance base in Korea for the reds truce team but the dispatch Tiad All the earmarks of lengthy and bitter it would be naive to believe that Rhee ran do what he likes pendent of Teh u the broadcast said Rhee s very existence depends on the v s not Only do his troops depend completely on America for maintenance but his political Tion was also created solely by the americans without the which was on the verge of ing foil owing the or to ird in get ing yesterday Robertson choosing his words carefully told newsmen i have Confidence we can reach a Mutual agreement and Clear up such misunderstandings As May exist Between us he said the Are still continuing but did not state the exact time of the fourth ing or Karl Hong Kee director of the Republic of Korea information office told korean newsmen that and Robertson were up close to agreement on the common ground might be reached at any moment Rhee in his Defiance of a True would leave chinese nist troops in Northern Keren said he wanted a defense pact with the and firm Assurance american forces would again help South Korea should it be attacked again South korean sources said Rhee might assume a compromising Frame of mind once he has in hand a u 5 Promise of such a pact Eisenhower in a letter june 8 assured the Rok chief executive that he would work for a Mutual defense pact with the South Rean government after lice is signed inspects drought land Secretary of agriculture Ezra Benson at Lubbock to address the american Cotton Congress made a personal tour of part of the drought area examining the farm and pasture land Benson gets the feel of the dry soil As he inspected some land Between Tahoka and Brownfield a wire photo Rains Stop chinese push Forward in East Skoul monday 29 chinese reds pushed Forward on the korean Eastern front today As heavy Rains abated and sought to their gains in the ban bulge area violent but local fighting raged in the West two series of intense Hill Battles were reported one was due North of Seoul and on the Western front where South korean infantrymen regained out Post Queen other was West of the in the where Bok troops stormed Baek up Lookout mounts in both positions were seized by the last night in bloods attacks of regimental to a narrow frontage the fighting appeared to be More of the communist drive against the South koreans for the Box government s stubborn sit Ion to a truce american and other Allied units reported Only routine patrol actions eleven u 55 from Japan and Okinawa ranged Back and Forth Over the bulge area for five hours Early today dropping 110 tons of bombs on the chinese lit the big bulge area East of the River where the reds smashed Forward Miles in two weeks the Roks dug a new line during a two Day Battle Lull granted by torrential Rains today s Clearing skies however promised massive support from Allied War planes but ened a of the big red push Down the toward the important Reservoir Only 12 Miles away in the West about chinese attackers seized outpost Queen last night and were immediately counterattacked by crack Rok infantry who drove Forward under a massed artillery concentration the reds were forced Back off Queen at Dawn the Allied paced by huge 240 there would be no syn Man Rhee Moter 9.5 Inch heavy guns democratic chief due this morning democratic National chairman Stephen Mitchell will arrive in Lene today by Pioneer airlines to Start a week Long tour of Texas aimed at the Hick into his party s fold joining Mitchell Here for the tour will be mrs Hilda Weinert of gun National woman from texts she will arrive by plane at 10 Mitchell who is visiting Texas at the invitation of mrs Weinert and county judge Jim Sewell of Cana will be honoured at a Tion at at the Windsor hotel he will speak on t Ute broadcast starting at it Over both station and pc the will originate from the Garden room of the Ier judge who also will make the tour with managed the Campaign last year for de candidate and Stevenson Carl Abilene attorney Hai been in charge of the ments for Mitchell s visit and mrs Perkins arranged a Tion committee for mrs Weinert Mitchell s Texas schedule in monday Abilene tuesday wednesday and Beau Mont thursday Bryan and Waco Friday Corpus Christl and saturday Odessa he will leave Odessa in f m saturday for Chicago Bryan Bradbury is chairman of the reception for Chell other members w r Ely Bob Rankin j Henry Doscher or and mrs Howard Mahon or Sam Thompson mrs Larry mrs r d Green or or and mrs George Steakley or and mrs Milton Bryant John p Hardesty miss Lula v Myall miss Vernie Newman mrs b c Hill or Shu mrs Carl p Bussey or and mrs Oliver Cunningham or and mrs c r h h r e Bradbury Percy w s or and mrs t Dallas Scarborough or ing mrs Rice Brooks t c Richardson or and my e t j s Long or and mrs j w or or and mrs Dallai Perkins or and Fri j w Sorrells or or mrs frailer Edmonds mrs Foster j b Bennett miss Sarah Payne Trent Hoby Courtney Hunt Haskell Ocle Hunt Johnnie Ammons Roby Sam Roby win h Scott water John a Couch Haskell a a mrs will hair mrs Ben Dortch Dee Teaff Tye Randel Jackson Bald Rupert Jackson Baird Cecil to Tan mrs m m Barnes and Joe a Milo said the Eastern front fighting raged without All night after the chinese seized out which rises More than feet the reds grabbed the Crest late last night but were soon smashed Back by counter attacking South korean third division try Tho Western fighting West of above the River left the reds holding five of eight outposts they attacked three Days ago Ike surprises crippled kids Thurmont my june 28 gave nearly 100 crippled children the thrill of their Young lives today and bought dessert for their sunday dinner too the president and mrs Hower paid a Surprise visit to Camp Greentop in the mountains about two Miles their own vacation place at David Greentop is operated by timbre league for crippled Dren which cares for 94 youngsters girls and 41 boys from 7 to 15 years an invitation sent to him by some of the children the president turned us at the Camp about the Dren had not been told and the first lady were coming and they Cut Loose with squeals of Delight As their distinguished guests drove up the president and mrs Hower spent about a half hour at the Camp do you know what the Dent did sirs asked one Little girl he got up and made hotcakes and Eisenhower after making quiet inquiry about the sters favorite dessert slipped a of 520 Bills to of the Camp officials business manager Fred Volland give them the dessert on he said with a Grin Mercury peaks at 100 degrees winds blowing in off the Gulf brought some heat Relief to parts of Texas sunday but not to Lene the Here reached 100 degrees making sunday the 21st consecutive Day of readings Abilene s weather Bureau station was one of Only four in the state reporting temperature of 300 or above sunday others were Presidio 110 Elpaso 101 san Antonio 100 and Wink 103 it was considerably cooler in of the state sunday s High at Dallas was the there since june 7 when the june neat wave begin Light Rains the atmosphere at Tyler Lufkin Galveston and ton the Here is for continued fair and hot weather with the Mercury expected to go above 100 again today and tomorrow okays korean Relief Washington june 28 House appropriations committee voted saturday to provide 58 lion dollars for civilian Relief in Korea Lor year starting july 1 tax vote set today in House Taft moans fiscal year closing deficit Washington june 28 sen Taft said today the will wind up its fiscal year tuesday night with a very deficit having spent about nine billion dollars More than it has taken in what is even worse from his standpoint Taft said in an inter View is the Prospect that ing in the following 12 months is liable to bring an additional seven billion dollars in red Ink entries at the Treasury the senator s majority Leader thus ruled but the possibility that the Eisenhower administration can balance lie budget by he left open the question of it can attain even n y balance of income and ures in the final six months of hat Calendar year when can control of both houses of con Gress will be at stake at the polls Taft said the estimated nine Dollar deficit for the current fiscal year ending june 30 can raced directly to a Sharp slump n revenues former president Truman estimated last january the deficit would reach Only 000.000 but he forecast revenues in the year of collections to drop president Eisenhower said on May 20 that tax collections would drop 114 billions or More lie Truman figure actually Taft said Revenue will be about three billion below Truman estimate is going to leave us with a very serious Tacl said u is definitely going to than had been expected and he deficit for the next fiscal year May be seven billion or More Truman estimated a 000 deficit for the year beginning july 1 said some cuts in spending effected by the new administration May reduce that Tal sen George while ing with tall on the deficit mate for the fiscal year just big said next year s red Ink try May be nearer Truman s than the Georgia top crat on the Senate finance com blamed part the Revenue loss on what lie called in the collecting agencies stemming from Treasury s re organization of the internal nue Bureau a lot of these taxes weren t collected when they should have been Are never going to be he predicted where Texas seeks drought Are in Texas map covers counties gov Allan Shivers has asked the government to term a drought disaster Region in his quest for Federal Aid counties to receive Aid will be named today Secretary agriculture Ezra Benson told harassed Farmers at Lubbock saturday that the government will act to save cattle needed to assure future beef supplies a wire photo drought Aid due within hours san Antonio Tex june 28 we Secretary Esra Tafi Benson left this state today after promising banners and cattlemen a program of government help within a matter of hours Benson boarded an Airliner at noon for Washington ending a three Day tour during which heed the by soil of West Texas through his fingers talked with worried livestock men and Farmers he announced at Lubbock a four Point program to help save them from financial this is the 1 the Ture must make available Cotton seed and other food byproducts for herds and flocks to eat at prices producers can afford to pay 2 his department will try to get lower rail rates to drought the weather v f 07 co and it tonight around bout North Texas no Ture West Texas Cloudy afternoon no important con Kerame win and monday and not so warn to locally on coast South Texas and tuesday tired mostly am not much Chanie la led Lorr for Al 77 time Date hit h u hit today we be got to get the livestock and the feed together 3 we May find it necessary for buying of meat and lower Grade livestock it would be a move to get lower Grade livestock into con sumption not in storage 4 some method must he worked out for emergency credit using existing agencies As far As possible you people Are not asking handouts just a Little help in an he said the exact counties in drought disaster areas of Texas and Oklahoma which would be Ible for such would be an tomorrow Benson flew Huo Texas Friday he stopped a couple of hours at fort in the Lubbock area he plodded across acre after acre of withered crops and pastures he shucked his coat and sat Down with delegations from Texas Horn a new Mexico Kansas and Colorado he also addressed the american Cotton Congress in Lubbock late yesterday he flew to Austin to talk with gov Allan Shivers on How state and Federal governments can Combine drought Relief forts visibly weary Benson continued by Auto to san Antonio last night and talked with More cattlemen state agriculture Secretary John White said Benson s four Point Gram sounded mighty Good commented Shivers i m encouraged by the Dent s speedy response and by the Secretary s visit and meanwhile the North Texas association at Arlington yesterday added a new note to the drought problem the association said there has been a Sharp drop in the North Texas milk Supply it said so pie Dallas and fort Worth have lost 20 per cent of their milk plies in the last 30 Days because of drought in the Dallas municipal Market supervisor j d Walton said the East Texas vegetable crop is fad ing under drought sen Lyndon Jolson d Tex told the Senate yesterday i had discussed the drought person drought pal col c Truman s stroll profitable new York june 28 w former president Tiuman took his usual Early morning walk during his sightseeing visit to new York and ended it a Quarter Richer by Many cab vers bus Drivers and ans Truman responded cheerily to greetings of i Harry the former chief executive was accompanied by a hotel curly officer and Bis Secretary Matt Connelly and a dozen men and during the stroll Connelly Bent Dawn and plucked a Quarter front a Gutter and handed it to Man saying Here s Good Churchill s fatigue called More mental rather than physical England june prime minister Churchill is suffering from general fatigue which is probably More mental than his son in Law Christopher Soames said today Soames who called on ill at his Chartwell country Home Here this told newsmen sir condition is not such that it is Likely either to deteriorate or improve from Day to Day he is simply suffering from general fatigue which is probably More mental than physical conservative member of parliament and husband of Churchill s daughter Mary did nut elaborate but he said i Don t think it is a Cense in which there will be any daily bulletin Churchill who is 78 was ordered by his doctors yesterday to under go a Complete rest and to his duties for least month the medical report was signed by sir Russell brain nerve specialist and Churchill s personal physician year old lord Moran on advice Churchill the big three Bermuda meeting scheduled for july 8 22 killed in week end Texas violence by associated weekend violent deaths in Texas Rose sunday to 22 including two girls who ran away from Home and were killed by a cur there were 13 traffic fatalities tour drowning three fatal Ings and two were killed by dental electrocution Barker 17 and Ann Dean 15 left their Homes in Houston Friday afternoon police Aid had been sought to Cate the saturday right they were struck by car killed on Copan Bay causeway about six Miles North of Raleigh Louis Grimes 24 san Antonio was killed saturday night when the ear he was driving struck a Bridge South of George West Highway patrolmen said he fell at the wheel a taxi Driver William Donahue 58 was killed Friday night in a collision at Alice Alma Lynelle Carter 10 of Ston was fatally injured Friday night in a car wreck two mile s North of William Belljr 23 was saturday at Texas while helping a neighbor erect a radio Antenna Herschel e Webb 44 of Odessa was killed saturday in a car col West of big Spring two Oiler men were seriously hurl Lynn Orel Ford 27 of Ivas killed saturday night when his car went out of control near in Brown county William Leo Berry 45 was saturday in Dallas while attempting to put a pump on an evaporative cooler a Hitchhiker was fatally injured in Pasadena saturday when the car in which he had caught a ride overturned be was identified As Olio f Newby 50 Hurt miss two Brothers drowned saturday night in Walnut Creek near Bob Duckworth 45 when he went to the Aid of his brother Clifton a pistol that discharged during a scuffle Between Hoo boys fatally injured one saturday in Houston j 18 died an hour alter a Bullet struck him in the Slomach to discuss air rules Bonn Germany june 28 or the Western Powers meet soviet representatives again this week to discuss air safety rules in Many Eisenhower Force face crucial test Juno w a Rush to Cut personal taxes was predicted today if president Eisenhower loses his crucial House Battle tomorrow to extend die excess profits tax lenders on both cited in tax Rales As one of several issues at which now the profits tax the profits Hill extending Iho tax six months beyond june 30 would raise less than 700 million dollars this is nut even 1 per cent of Eisenhower s spending budget it would affect Cor or one out of every 21 n he country this would stir Only i modest Ripple in congressional Waters yet it stands now As the Center of one of Iho biggest storms n Congress thu year stirring Matic it presents Eisenhower ii his toughest roughest yet Odds with most leaders said he Odds lube the but were far from Tain Ami the fight could swing on handful of votes Why have both sides a pumped Compromise arid pressed headlong into the scrap employing drastic and unprecedented tactics when tin Hill itself to so Little from a Revenue interviews with administration officials and leaders on sides in Congress produced ims first especially in the traction there is a Strong belief that if the corporation profits tax Dies Congress will be in an intolerable political situation unless it provides tax cuts for individuals too so the administration feels that unless he profits a can be extended it will lose also Well Over a and c half dollars in come taxes bringing the total loss to billion Eisenhower s estimate is that his deficit will be about Xvi billion dollars for the fiscal year starting july 1 under present tax Laws if the profits tax is extended the Ltd Ink figure could be brought below sex billion but if the tax Dies the traction fears the deficit would soar above eight a bigger than president Truman chalked except in world ii As one official put the whole Keystone of the administration is a restore a sound Dollar if we Are Defeated in our very first step in that direction it would be a crucial defeat if we Don t Start Ward Nur goal now it Means Eer deficits More government rowing More inflation and a con decline in the value of the Dollar our economic Security the Keystone of our military Security can be at stake see symbols the other Side too sees in the profits tax Hill far More important than the 700 million Lars involved first foes cite tie drastic by which the administration bypassed and his House ways and Means committee and blasted the tax to the floor through the rules com rep Phillips u said in a statement today the move to pling on the legislative system thai historically is the ing wedge in the destruction of free governments loyalty rallies staged tight military controls eased in East Germany Berlin june 28 w the sians appeared satisfied today East Germany s communist re Gime has recovered from the june 17 workers revolt enough to Ern again without the open ing of red army bayonets throughout the soviet zone communist leaders staged loyalty rallies As russian commanders re the tight military controls thai smashed the rebellion reports reached West Berlin that troops Are moving Back to their Barracks in East Berlin the two armoured divisions that raced in when the workers re belled have been withdrawn in the downtown areas people s police have taken Over routine patrolling in some cities the curfew been lifted in Berlin the russians have gradually Cut it Down until it now extends Only Crom 11 o clock at night until three in the morning announcement of the of martial jaw is expected from the russian High command perhaps Early in the week prime minister Otto Grotewohl and an army of his lieutenants Are using the loyalty rallies to spell out their promises of better living for the fed up workers they Are also making Public one step after another in a Gram designed to restore German efficiency which bad been tied by the marxian methods of nationalizing business and farms the soviet sector government announced 36 plants and shops have been resumed to their for Mer private owners in the past 48 hours hundreds of dispossessed Farmers in the zone Are Back on their property the regime added seven Hundred men jailed in for infractions of the red in virtually have been pardoned officials told workers meetings that the Speed up tactics in heavy Industry Are now a thing of the past they said the government had made a big error m Irving to industrialize the East zone ing that the Ruhr provided enough Industrial output for All Germany this Unity theme started by the russians several months ago is now creeping into every nist declaration there is still no sign of russian intent to initiate four Power talks Here the announced plan to slash the rearmament and army budget to find funds for welfare measures the rebellious East germans de Mand has been put into effect circles heard while that the lifting of the Iron band of dictatorship even though not fully achieved As yet has Boom ranged these it thai defections from the Unity party Are mounting and that thousands Are quitting adj

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