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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 9, 1954, Abilene, Texas Abilene 34 Amarillo 33 Odessa 19 Big Spring 14 Leveiiand 13 Merkel 14 C-City 20 Borger 7 Pampa 28iLubbock I lamesa 6 Snyder 6,Anson 12,Clsco 0 Stamford 36 Quanah 7 Ranger 21 Comanche 38 Eastland 0 Ballinger 7 Midland 26 San Angelo 21^ FAIR, WARM Wht ^Wlme 3^eportcr~^3Btetitó MDRIMG'WITHOUT OR Wn H OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 114 Associated Press ( AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 9, 1954—EIGHTEEN PAGES IN TWO SEUTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c LIMIT Stale Resis In Alaniz Murder Trial PAYING ms DEBT—Holt Barber of Dumas, former Veterans of Foreign Wars chief of staff in Te.xas, hobbled into Abilene Friday evening. In 1953 he said he would walk to .Abilene barefooted if the Clayton M. Leach Post 2012 got 2.012 members. It did. So Barber was one of the first state and national \F\\ officers and ¡^ast officers to arrive in Abilene to celebrate this week end the climax of the membership drive. (Staff photoi    ___ Coahoma to Vote On Water District President Riot WACO, Oct. 8 iJP—The bitter hate of Duval County and the political power of George Parr was tossed into the murder trial of Nago Alaniz today. Before it rested its case, the state sought to forge a killers’ bond between Alaniz, Alfredo Cervantes and Mario Sapet. It attempted to link Alaniz to Parr as the controversial political boss’ “right-hand man.’’ Politics I’nfold The stormy politics of the turbulent South Texas area unfolded in questioning of J.C. King and: Pete Saenz of San Diego. Over objections of the defen.se. If Demos Gain Control WEARING 'HEISTEP' HARDWARE Roamin' Cowpoke, 7, Corrolled Rustling Two-Wheeled Steed By WAI TER Bl'RCH SCENE; Abilene Police Station. CAST: A little boy. his mother. the    between    father    and the juvenile omcer^ Parr    ^    !    RMger' co»°bi>-^ Sif'including vestigations of a grand jury prob-1 fa    hnktPr    and a shinv ing Duval afta.ra were injected in-1 j^^tl.h^^iieS^'-sicsS^er." to the trial.    The    little    guy.    with    ragged    jeans Alaniz, 39. an attorney in Duval    ^    haircut,    just County, is charged in the “mis-    |jg    wouldn't    say    much, take’’ slaying of Jacon Floyd Jr. ■ .    ^ead    down. “Sonny, where did you get these ^ and broke into tears, things*’” the juvenile officer asked. “Now, now don’t cry," comlort-“I found ‘em." muttered the 7- ed the officer, “We just want to year-old.    ^    help you.” “Now you tell the truth, boy." j -j-j^g jj^jg    caught try- interrupted his mother, standing ¡^g g^ggi a‘bicycle in the 800 on the other side of the counter    pgggj^    gt.    When    police with the father. Little Boy Cries arrived, officers found him garbed in the brand-new cowboy out- in .Alice Sept. 8. 19.S2. Sapet has been sentenced to 99 years as a conspirator in the slaying. Cervantes, the Mexican state claims is the actual trigger man. has never been arrested. Floyd testified Alaniz told him of a murder plot against Floyd Floyd said his son was killed by mistake and that he was scheduled to be killed be-j cause of “politics”. The defense ' claims .Alaniz heard of the plot and ' rushed to w .irn Floyd of it. j    .'itate Rests ' The state ended nearly two days o! testimony with three fingerprint experts. The first two defense witnesses attacked the credibility of a stale witness. Gume.scindo Montez Gonzales. Monlez Gonzales testified he was ! _ CONFESSION TO POLICE The little guy looked up into the gpy gy ^.gre brought to officer's face.    the station. “I stole ’em.” he blurted out Soon police received a telephone -------- —    I    ^    grocery’    store.    A    wom- I an was calling to see if her 7-j year-old son had been found.    She' I described the boy — the same    one ' in the station.    i I The parents were instructed to I come to the station. Upon arriv-i ing they were told what had happened. They didn’t seem surprised. indicating perhaps shop-lifting ^ was normal conduct for their boy. A 13-year-old boy. who says he out and the firemen had left. Sut- ^ “You need lo teach this little ton said    fellow to do right.” admonished His only    explanation for setting ^j^g juvenile officer, the fire was that he liked to fight Learning that both parents were fires. The boy said he set the emploved during the days, the w arehouse afire so that he could officer asked who looked after the Boy, 15, Started Fire So He Could Fight It BIG Sl’HIVG. tkt 8 RNS ~ Rewident taxpayers in s l?-square-mile area encompassinii L'oahoma. .sand Spring;.', and Midwav \ote Saturday on 1?- propii-ed Howard I’ounty \Va!-T Improvement and Control District No. 1 The voters are b<-ng ; s* i ’ > cemfirm e Uihl; hmv Uf of .oe .ii.'*-t"iet, a> w«H    a i>oard of direcl.-> t’oinniLS'. 'i' aj'piCAeil e^iab- li.shment o! ' le wotor disir -l Vug 30 fohowin^ a ^ ■- _; ¡ng willed at t-i r-viii '.'S oi resident > rt'titi-. ii:' pru|»o.’»cd t^iv di*'r!k t to iurie>h * 1    u-'.a .liui thi ..tin niunit s > <_■’ T'l Spriii;;-. and Mul way with du s . >;iv wat»r supplu ' .S’l th»ee r. 1\ . !i -.haliuw wells T iedu'tn*^ w. id ! pur-h.i>e ti at-ed w.iter f; .a toe «‘oy -f B.l Spn:ig for u.itriituli.tn tar.aiLh it.s own lin*' Duxtnbution iiie' aUi.s wit'i §:    .»*.1 lai.'o.- and a -i\ o; f^nt ’neb in • n to Big Spring vvou’d U J. I 1 b\ nu all.- o» a bond i,s>ur l.e .dii' ^    1 ' n. 'Vi lor i- n - ii of the d!**riet e.st-mate Jim.lXJP w.>.i!d l>e requn-ed te put It n tiH’tu'f Ine proi>o>t d di-" w w :!d in de. ex Landrum, assistant county juvenile officer. The warehouse, containing a cold _______storage vault, belonged to B. R. • former roommate of Cervantes at^ ‘ Q^Wsmith. 172S Lilius St. It was ; Sapet in Nuevo Laredo. He said t jjcavily damaged, and the vault two weeks before the Floyd youth'^gj^ charred on the outside was killed. Cervantes told him Cervantes was coming to Texas to kill as teiiHwary president of board Johnston, vice president, and Earnest, secretary, are other | temporary officers Voting Saturday will he at the (■„ahom, . ,1> Hall and a. the M,d-,    san    An- ■ someone. Fred Semaan. defen.se attorney lestitied he had a.sked way S^'htK»! likes to fight fire.s. confe-.sed Friday to setting fire to a fruit and vegetable warehouse at 1432‘z Pine St on Sept 30. When firemen arrived, the boy j,g|p firemen. Sutton said. j gftej. school, took a water hose and helped put    ^    Landrum said the boy was not j    “That’s the trouble."    the father the fire out. he told Police De-    heing held in custody and that no    ggjj has too much    free time, j tex’tive George Sutton and Jack    charges have been filed as yet. I    These Abilene schools    ought to' jkeep kids all day, because we’ve I got to work.” i “You’re wrong, mister,” the of-jficer countered, “the boy is yoy responsibility, not the scliaoVs.’’ * The mother inquired if there wasn’t some kind of slate school or home who could look after the boy after his school hours. ‘Boy Needs You’ The officer rubbed his hand through the little guy’s hair and addressed the mother; “This boy GRABS HOOK—With the chilly waters of the South Platte River swirling around his boots. President Eisenhower unhooks a nice sized rainbow trout he has just netted during his one-day fishing outing at Pine, Colo. This was shortly before his Denver speech. NEWS INDEX Sutton said the boy told of placing a burning match in an al-miwt-full box of penny matches and throwing the box on a blanket in the building He tiien ran home and wailed No Nobel Peace Prize Due in *54 SECTION A Women t new* Sport* Oil SECTION 8 EgitortoU Comte* ...... Rodi*. TV ..... Farm, market* 4 6-9 10 tonio policeman, to hunt up Montez g^,jt fjve minute> until he heard Gonzales and find out what he I knew Rich Men ln\olvcd ■ “He told me he didn't know anything about anything.” Teredo said, j “but there were rich men on both .Sides ■’ fiie .Nifeniv. otl ers said Tlu buy arnvtHl back I burning buildi en/,.nes Empty tomato crates in the hUilding had caught, and the buiUing w.is ablaze. Sutton quoi-; ed the buy New Mexico Flood Total Rises to 5 , V «f rtv, *    of    partisan politics between th ecos V allev flood, claiming fi e u -u.,    Ktnck    achlevemer Ike Claims (old War Possibility DENVER. Oct. 8 (7»-Presldent Eisenhow'er tonight made another fighting appeal for election of a Republican Congress and envisioned “a cold war of partisan politics” running riot if the Democrats recapture control of the legislative branch. Addressing a nationwide televi-sion-radio audience and an approval-howling capacity crowd of 5.500 at a GOP rally in Denver’s Municipal Auditorium, the President declared the nation could wind up only “in the ditch’’ with a Republican driver in the White House and Democrats steering Congress. Lands GOP The chief executive said American voters “got results” they wanted by electing a Republican President and a.^ GOP-led Congress two years ago. .And he appealed for maintaining the same “partnership” two more years so his program can be completed. GOP congressional leaders and Colorado candidates were on the auditorium stage with Eisenhower to hear his warm praise of the work of the Republican 83rd Con-’ gress. Vice President Nixon introduced Eisenhower to what he called “without doubt the greatest politi-j cal rally ever held in America.” i The President got a roaring j standing ovation and the audience i raised hundreds of signs declaring • “We’re backing Ike” as he stood ! at the rostrum with arms out-i stretched above his head, ' 'The President said a cold war the e branch” would block achievement ...    .    of    the    goals which he said he feels more victims in torrents filling ^ attained through continued Pecos known dead and possibly eight OSL-». Norway. Oct. 8 .P—The    needs you more than you need Nobel Peace Prize is going begging that job.”, nat x lo    the    '^is \car — in one of the most    “Yeah, I guess you’re right,” iKi»    firp    peaceful periods the world has had    she admitted, “I'll just have to mg nefore me    „    ^    ^    ...................... The Norwegian Nobel Committee The officer, after warning the normally dust-dry arroyos, will run    control of Congress, .■announced today the prize will not lad again, promised to return the up a damage toll of between eight .    Democrats    Ei- IH. awarded m 1954. It offered no cowboy outfit - still mark^ wath ggj ten million dollars, it was es-    said that^»hen A¡nen- ,    ,.....,..... to    work    ’■^ason The committee has discon- Kress price ta«s - to the store t.^^ated today. Slate te.'^tunony btdore choing A: tlu i.. .u- - wm lo    ^ fornier practice of is- manager.    The cotton crop io.ss alone m    .u.    Renublicans into oower. wa.s de.Mgned to show that Alamz the    ^    suing a list of nominees. Govern-    ’That cowboy hat    pretty    rich,    irrigated    farm    lands    ..^ere    determined to eliminate meats and individual organiza-    dirty ohserv^ he    ^t«    gp    ^^es    ot    the    Pecos    will p^¿jration    by    the Communist con- tions can make nominations for Ju^t buy it for him. How much^^ between five and six million, jpiracy in our government and our ......I    i cuuld not have been in Kio Grande , turned it on the buildmg He k« 7 City the afternoAm ot the shilling. ' thi. up e%en after ue fire w USES FULL POWERS Mendes-Fronce as officials said Water whole society. They did not con- Demands Ihe t3i.000 prue    '    ■ The peace prize committee is    sider    it    a    red    herring. n.imed by the Norwegian Parlia-    The father fumbled through his    cottt,,, meat Us members are Gunnar    1*5    harvest was only one-third fin- 1 lU    Hir,>rinr of the na- crumpled dollar biU and some odd ... change Another dip into his pvK'ket;    a.sses;-ment    began.    Sen. and more change. It all came to Approval of Rearmament tional bank. Marlin Tranmael. social.'t eii’tor; G Natvig Pedersen, former president of Parliament: ■'arl J Hambro. Conservative par-t> leader, and Mrs .Aase Lionaes. an ediU'r. cliuK- a ^irip two i v- tending from a pmnt ju>l e.ust of niahl that the French National As-Hig Sprmu to a uii line - V miles eastward, aUnig tf'-r c.i^tcrn edge of t oahoma temp**rarv dire^i'i- wi.usc names wd! api- ar . n >-$! ird.iN N ballot as nomine« ' or t . r« gu!ar direcloraU' ate E •* R*D\*<’n John.ston. T D Karn«-st tailBoi«' and H D i tanur Heid is .s« t v mg Dixon-Yates Issue Due Study After Nov. 2 Election VtXMllNGlhA ’f 1 A >•>-.« « Huu-r \toii! A PiH i \ t po.-.AV Ki !a\ IHit oil lu Mi nu s on tl.* in* Iitually hot D;xam. \.ce> «..nilait i'Mue until after the N.u 2 tlUilS St“» H iven! 'opri 'H i«' 'a’ »1. Igiiated to pivsiie at t:.c putdi-Karo’fas told a rep >Het ’ n«»! ov« r tw.. or fhiee ’ ot P».- « mi. m t«- > IR nu-mtHi' iiniM M. end o., -h. date ter.tatuely pi» k e d «.u >rr - (Kt 1.1 He .c d If“    ’ 'p det.de«! it 'h ’n!‘l und«-» -xe ttu kUulN u.’f '< ‘‘ “ uiemluMs ,Mi .■n!    ^ lliekenhK.iH i s.«i»l th’ r me.»t was suggesi.Hi b> bom D« au. « ratu* and lt« i»ubhian i>.=. -liui Uie eoimnHSee . .1.     .u    i..    ii    .it.iff    in    ;«nv    nlan    for    We-t    («er-!    Vrmv s. mblv agr«‘e to the la»mion eon-! man rearmament    «    ’ •    ■    Tlu^    Loiulon    agreement.«    whuh|    M^iules    Kr.uv    •    uMlu    ati-d    ai    one Mendes Kranee is asking the As j p..;,,; i>oAAe\?r .sembly to approve, would permit ;.„>rnutn    ____________ West tierman rearmamt'Oi as paD *    »tail    .snou'd    be    compie’-ly \ w?ek revive«! Brussel. Tre.uv and ieient e pt.in for the rearmament ; ot Wi st Gt rmany or gel a new i.o. I'I nnuml Inviiking hi.s lull con.stnutional pi.vvers the I’remier loK! the \s sembty that he is making the nine-' naiii»n Loiulon agreenir >t an issue ' o! Ciiiiiulenee in b»* -«nernment ,    .    ,    ,    . I H s annouiuenien! came >.h«*rtly •'«»ids were drafted as a j after midnight toward the end of f«»r the European Armv a livelv \ss« Hibl> del'ate on VSesl ; orn defense Th« Ass«‘mbl> vole was '«’t for 3 p m Tuesda> 9am F SI ■. NfVtrai fav'M = sv .si*earhe.u!ed by I’lerre Ml iiri Teitgen U ailer ot the Papular Hepublu an.> MRP "up- Rains Give Abilene lakes Utile Benelil $l 78 “I’ll manage the other penny,” as.xured Juvenile Officer Jack Landrum. “That gun looks dirty too. dad." said the boy hopefully Father. nuRher and son —delinquents all — turned and Irudg- Dennis Chavez D-N.M' tppe^ed to the Budget Bureau !n Wiihing-ton to approve funds for Congress-authorized flood control dams on the Rio Hondo and Riuky Arroyo we.sl and northwe.sl of Roswell. The President’s “red herring** remark was a verbal poke at the Truman .Administration's haiKHing of the subversion problem. Eisenhower’s address tonight was patieroed in large part after the fighting speech he made Sept. 23 Ui Loi Angeles’ HoUy-wood Bowl. “You cannot have efficient fed- Gov Edwin L Mechem. after »n eral government when the Congress aerial survey ranging from Carls- wants to follow one philosophy of ..    ,    ,    ,w    bad    to    Roswell,    «.aid    be    would    re-* government and the extcuUva he did not h*=!i?ve Nmional Vrmy and •Xbilene lakes did not benefit materially frvun rains during the my j«»b, quit’ ” yes. I’ll just have to 8ov»rntuent and ask for aid. of a would give the Gi^rmans full nu*u bership in Pc North Xtlantu Treatv Urganization Th«->« *ub ' tu plan F;IH' which the FTciuh Parlii ment n jei’ted I mler ihcNC mwv protUAsab. i u' (iermati!» vvouh! have their «»wn ua tional army am! genera! talf which w«*uld become p-^rt .*t an Mlu'd command I mler F'.IH tiu* \\h«'n uiu* orau»r at : iich a dfVi \ .:»lo Mender F’rai « nterrupiiiin Noi ilVvii f>%'tld«-'i! ■ itn'. u> meni ;“‘V blur'.rs.! «»ul n at a- s«*v    iii‘»'.ii:“ wc;r on lile ranpo'^ !:..m “lu wi. .h ee-mj ' le K -‘nd.M^'cd M«--'iex Ft M u e ^ P«»l ot Crunvp CfiYicol MF Ml’lllb l«oo rT Ibe'O.ub tu.u ot Memphis |»olUàca. U-.U-i F H Ciump. Ite» was iles«iduHl by a family »p keM.UiU F'liday ev IsaiUC^ i 1ÛU a'. SUNDAY HEADLINERS IN REPORTER-NEWS .suiuiav S Ht iuirter News will Im BIG BIG news alHUit a BBÎ subjcH.'! that ha.s done BU. llmig:. FDinON. packed with inlonnation on the petroleum industry of inter e>t to oilmen and las men alike rhere H he stones, pictures, inaits snowing how ami wlis this area has hecome one of the nations majm od pivHUuing regions There’ll Im summaries of oil piogie.ss during 19,54 in eseis \Nest (entrai lexa^ counts    , ,    .11 ;Vnd there II he leatuies on mans of the areas leavi ing oilmen plus stones slkiut sshat s happv’uing eseis where in the t»d uutuxtrs rik- Keiuntei News can mad copies to sour Inemis and huMnes.s assvu lates lo any addre.ss in the I nittnl Statc^ for L5 centj. Dial 4 7271 or write the i ircula tion Department lo oi vler copies maileif Or reset sc them for 10 cents in .\hdene and We.st Texas 11 V «V - tu J tv-'M" I’ I'tu 1 r«'“ M W.« r-“'u'c ..ppi'-MAl .-.'iidi' n »• the M ’ ' .•i.tidi.. ’ At ’ n «lt‘1 .tl!' t'i the I .md ,tu> ti. cli-il Ml mut tun df'i I .bt-d 3'- j ».• ivillt:    aiiv    1 he wlii i (iju h w licn I be | ■ ‘I .‘*-»11«    '    j • !«* mm , itv Water and Sewer Supt Curtin Harlm Jr said F'rzday night runotf from the rainfall was nut fi* *nt to reach the thfee rtser xt - Fort Phantom Hill. Ktrby an j \ lie laike The ram did “g«'l us in shape for more rainfall by filling up tanki and other ohsi.ielei in the w.iy of rumvff into the lakes liarlm su>d Abilene now ha* IN FRANCE Tiny Siamese Twins Parted By Surgery County Gets *909 In Fines; 2 in Jail Ag Price Supports lost 141 Million 1 «d W VdllVolvlS AK. 4 Aaricuhure    “‘r.«    - t^» tmlay n kwi 41 mil'i n «1* 1. *r' i.i Julv i»n ihe >.*!«'    tuiui akMpiiie«!    uii'tci H»«* F    “    **1'»    ^ pi .'Cl .«•'» p jntv.tu'i- n.id I «p..»,'!    >    .,! d..i    »1-    ‘t    I • d June uui.Miîte«! to a r- <id M. i yt lia Hs hniiu S> -M?    Jui;. 31 th*    d 1    . 1 ÍÍ    H !»l;a h^l    I.V Iäiäii,39a,tä5ö    «KV    'h!    n «.•miiuKlitie» ctA.fi.Hl uii'tei ïopiKUt I piograms I    ^!lh    ia.üTSCSw    bush 'eU oï liN co^ whî*«l uîktei price Ciàlahui«* was    uHXwd Í A* Stil iAimOK* busiiek ml lésai ilhird    îi.elL» Taylor CoiuUy did a bnsk fui#-coîlei’ting business Friday. , i Sixteen capia* pro fines «war-l’ SRlS -fw-^iamese twm girU, ■    fin^s «»r .    .    .f.r    'hchele and Nanedge Auburn. |    issued abtuit a two y ear supply ot vA«ter    ^    murning    by    the    «ounty Oil han«l    i    ho'.pitâl only 48 hours after their    oftii'e By 5 p m , three per- hirth    I    named n the capia^ pro fines Beth babies were reported in '    and court fixid cunditiun Friday but dtwiurs    xwo others were m jail in at the ha>pilal >aid they c'ould not    p^ying iheir fines I term the opération a succ«** tor {. [aea and court costs paid t«»tal-several days    «j    One    of    the    fiwM dated Î Michele and Naneilge were born,    a plea ot f.uillv entered ao ; Tueaoday. linked at the abdomen ,    county cnnunal ducket May 7, Their separation w as the first, uperaliua of us kind m France \ gâ*» ime and 142 30 court costs sini»« m« Michele and Nanedge for IVie Barrera of 417 Ash St IHE WEATHER I ' pfcr*aiM»M Ul txkwwfcat*. Wk *1U*.B at KI u *111 r\> VM' VI« IMTV #•» *IM ^    s„!....A^,    , v«„aa> U.S». I**?«!"« >-«î, oiiA, ».-.■»' I .‘A* !*ÂiiinîÂ> •««»*« " V KIH I I MMAl T» WS G#wrsU> s    «Hk •• ÜBpartÄÄl wr* 1 r* WS f*r*a> aSímo iKr.»u<fc s,,..,-., A ^ xArij nâ!!*r«i AfettWiterÄP»«« AH.Í «j« iva    esA* mf* ijÊ J.1 I >    ehantm Ka.i iH A Thvi TV WS f*rtU ,1k. <A 'h «tí*»    ««»a«' «“te liiU»A*rt*nt khíiA,~. ». AU-.n* »h.- A-oir« Su»a«» ma4 Ts wri K *ti ass In r M 1 M' Í Kl j a.1    *J 4 » , « were the first children bom to Mr* Helene .kuburn. 28 Tbeir fa ther Kurks in the Pans subway sy stem. Those remauimg in jail FHdi^ for unpaid fine« were Lm J. Campbell of <36 Cottonwood St., $101 fine, and Pauline Sanchei. who lives at the rear of 836 Nwrth lOth St., $300 fine and ta.4S coats. W illiam Bateman and K 0. Pierce, L. uor Control Board In-%pect«ws. arrested the five defendant« Sheriffs department person-nel were also attempting to round up defendants who have been convicted in county court but who have not paid their fines or served jail luue assessed. »fl V w •V « rr 7t 71 M    •    W 1,1    •    W Iv is »    »»    » 04    »"    *» HwS Im «M^»m|Aer*«unM Sof M «Mtrt ciSMikW tSfaao ËMMMt U>i M«« > ts s w stutfiM Aaéas * 13 « éu    I»a«is«i    *    Il e    - K«ruw««a<    ai    t    S» S « mn aaÀaltxc «AtHiaAK,» S4 f .ü f ■» ti pSi Bus Falls 200 Fatf; 10 Killfd, 13 Injurad MEMt'U CITY Jv-Ten pers«uu» were killed and 13 injured Tburs day wheel a bus drotvpt*d 300 feel into a caoyoii io mile« northeast o( here near the luwa ot Pai'hAica I The awidMl happened when the ! bus ran into a w ash«>ut caused by [recent heavy rams were paid by a check from Ü C Blu&s AlttkHigh his fuw had been j»aid Barrera lemamed in county j«il iWiicerf saki he was UAtuxicat ed when they t«H4 hiiii ui custody at his h«une Hai i «ta had pie avi« d KULhv to « .h«i, of p«««..oi> of “    N'>v«i»b*r    M    fiU th, b.Ti'.nJ .hisk.v l»t UM puim« of 1— >w h,Unc. ot Um Ut, tMn.» Nevada to Vote For Senate Seat CARSUN t'llY, N'ev Jc-Nfva da s Supreme Court Friday ordered sa!e fast Mf«y 38 AMhcrs whosie tines were paid Fn day aftenuHAU »ere Nicolasa Her j nandez NahiH 14th St . fine and co^i* tutalmg 8340. and Mary Bai buena. 42i Ash St |300 fine and 12? <0 CAHurt cosu. Both fuies had been assessed on hiMitleiguii charge* cralic Senator Put McCarran'x term The rullai «ided a bitter legal fight in victury for the DtiiMAcrat«. The O^iocraU had chalknged Republaan Gov Charlee Ruseeli’s legal right to make an appointment for McCarran's full WMxplred term. ;