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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Abilene, Texas Fair Velje Obziene 3eporter--Ioteto� morn my without or with offence to friends or foes we sketch your world exactly As it goes Quot a Byron vol. Lxx1ii,n0.83 Assoc in try press a Abilene Texas monday morning september 7, 1053�?ten pages Price daily 5c, sunday Loc from horse Power to Hobby horse a Petor Chrouser 18-month-old son of or. And mrs. Ralph Chrouser of Stratfor wise., sits astride a play horse that keeps him in the backyard. He a one Man that a decided to wait awhile before trying autos and highways again. In a neighbors car borrowed for the junket he ripped through a baseball Field Slid past Home plate and plopped into a Stream five feet deep. His Mother pulled him out unharmed. The car suffered a lot. A wire photo Sweetwater woman Dies in car wreck , sept. 6. Inns . Alvin j. Love. 19, native of sweets liter fatally injured about 3 .30 a. M. Sunday in a traffic Accident near Bakersfield Calif she died in general Hospital at 7 a. M. Sunday. Her husband and an infant son Jerry also were injured. The son j was critically Hurt but or. Love a condition m As not considered serious. Jerry suffered head and internal injuries. A mrs. Lvove was the daughter of or. And mrs. W. R. of Sweetwater. She Mas the former Bettyjo and had lived in Sweetwater All her life. The three were moving from Sweetwater to Oregon when the traffic Accident occurred relatives said. Love was discharged Adenauer party wins Victory labor Leader wants unions to be United by Lee Garrett from the army As a reservist two a. Ii a o. In o preside it Dave Beck of the Power weeks ago. He was to work in a logging Mill in Oregon. They had been living in Sweetwater for the a d two weeks. Mrs. Love s body will be ship Ful Al teamsters Union called today for immediate action to unite the Al Cio and United mine workers within the next year i his labor Day message was one i merits. Details of the Auto Accident were unknown Here sunday. Car kills Clyde Man wife Hurt an elderly Clyde Man a. M. Hallmark was fatally injured at a bout 9.20 p. M. Sunday night when he was struck by an automobile while walking across u. S. Highway 80 in Clyde s City limit. His wife 61, suffered fractures of both legs and was in serious condition late last night at Hendrick memorial Hospital. Or. Hallmark died in an ambulance on the Way to the Hospital. Or. And mrs. Hallmark had just dismounted from an american killed because i loved her father trailways bus. And were crossing the Highway when they were struck by a car driven by Robert r. Herrington. 27, of Levelland. They got off the on the South Side of the Highway and were crossing to the North when the Accident occurred. Herrington a car was travelling West. They were brought to the labor Day deaths mount Over nation says Phoenix. Ariz. Sept. 6 it t killed her because 1 loved her a Herman h. Nagle declared in an interview in his City jail cell tonight following the slaying of his 28-year-old invalid daughter in that police said appeared to be a a mercy killing.�?�, the dead girl. Betty Virginia Kagle. A victim of cerebral palsy All her life was found shot to death last night while she was asleep in her wheelchair. Her father a .54-Ycar-old Plant guard who said he is a retired new York City policeman is being held for investigation of first degree murder. Asked tonight How he Felt he a Aid Quot for the first time in my mind is Clear i killed her because 1 loved a the last couple of seconds before i pulled the trigger were Tough Tough As hell. It took All the Mill Power 1 had to go through myth it and not Back out at the last second. It was a terrible thing to do. Don t think i regard it lightly. It was it the easiest Way out. To me it was the toughest. The Easl fist Way out would have been to put her in an institution but i feel what i did was right. A her condition was getting worse and she was in constant and no one realizes it better than i because i was we Ith her. 1 took care of her Day and night for years she had no control of her arms and legs. A a Nagle told police he got a gun and shot his daughter through the left Temple. Then he shot her through the top of the head a a to make by the associated press the accidental death toll continued to mount sunday As the second full Day of the Long labor Day Holiday passed. Traffic mishaps on the nations highways accounted for 236 dead. There were 27 drownings and 41 dead in miscellaneous accidents for a toll of 304. A traffic death toll of 440 was estimated by the National safety Council for the 78-hour weekend from 6 pm. Friday a local time it to Midnight monday. The Council said the Holiday traffic death toll at 10 30 . Was running behind the pre Holiday estimate. However the weather Bureau said continued rain in some Midwest areas would add to driving hazards. Last year deaths from All types of accidents during the labor Day Holiday numbered 558 432 of them in traffic. But the record labor Day toll was 658 in 1951, when the number of automobile Accident Ped from Bakersfield a series issued by Union leaders night and will probably arrive Here stressed the need of a free thursday. Cafe Spencer 1 funeral and Strong labor movement Home will be in charge of arrange Aga Iusi communism and i compared the Standard of living of j u. S. Workers with conditions in Iron curtain countries. Along the same line president i Eisenhower said amen can work men a mock the false insinuation j that economic Well being can be j Only at the Cost of to i Lotical Freedom. They Are the final j answer to those who Prate Freedom i and practice slavery who excuse terror and aggression in the name of concern for the very w orders whose lives they vice president Beck mho Only last month was named an Al vice president said that a fall labor must unite. We be Lieve it Mill do so eventually. We urge it to act a in this spirit a he continued a we Call upon the coming Al convention to invite the Cio and John l. In wis and his United mine workers to come into the Al before another labor Day Lewis in a statement released earlier expressed similar Hope for Lalair Unity Mittiga a year but said a Oil is will nut be realized unless the memberships of the Trade unions Rise up and insist upon the leadership of their unions consummating organic Unity without a conferencing the matter to the aft convention will open in St. Louis sept. 21. Both the Al and the Cio recently renewed merger talks but Lewis has not been included in the conferences. Criticize gop ranking leaders of both the Al Hospital in a Bailey funeral Home ambulance. Neighbors said or. And mrs. Hallmark had been out of town for several Days visiting relatives. Or. Hallmarks body was taken to the Bailey funeral Home at Clyde. Funeral arrangements will be announced from there. Landslide West germans vote rejects socialists Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. In critical election helicopters smash at National show Bonn Germany sept. 7 a pro american Chancellor Konrad Adenauer won a landslide election Victory today. West Germany voted to rearm with the West rejected socialist neutralise muted the communist party and smashed an attempted nazi comeback. It Mas a political disaster for Moscow and a Triumph for Washington. A Mammoth turnout of 2t> million of .33 million Eligi Lile voters pave an overwhelming to Adenauer a policy of contributing German manpower and resources to the Militar defense of the free world. Such a fool deaths also established a record of 461. The death toll by states traffic drowning and miscellaneous Alabama 5 0 1. Arizona 3 0 0, Arkansas 1 0 1. California 8 14, Colorado 5 0 1. Connecticut too Florida 3 1 0. Georgia 5 1 0. Illinois 13 1 2. Indiana 11 0 2, now a 5 0 2, Kansas 1 2 0. Kentucky 6 0 0. Louisiana 5 0 0. Maine 3 0 0, Maryland 12 4 0. Massachusetts 2 1 1. Michigan 15 3 1. Minnesota 3 0 0, Mississippi 2 0 0, Missouri 2 1 1. Nebraska 2 0 0. New Hampshire 2 0 0. New Jersey 3 11. New Mexico 2 0 0. New York 15 0 5. North Carolina 7 3 0, Ohio 17 1 1, Oklahoma 7 0 3. Oregon 7 0 1. 4 2 6, Rhinie Island 1 2 0. South Carolina 12 0 0. South Dakota 2 0 0. Tennessee 6 0 1. Texas 11 0 3, Vermont 10 1, Virginia 6 10, Washington 5 0 0. West Virginia 4 10. Wisconsin 6 Wyoming 4 0 0. 1 3. Known bombers refuelled twice in midair on the 5.000-Miie 10-hour flight a off Scotland and after a 110-mile Jet race a rendezvous j reaching the United states Between atom bombers flying non-1 a engine b36s made their by Vern Haugland associated press aviation writer Dayton Ohio. Sept. 6 tsp Stop from Japan and England and an unscheduled helicopter collision 6.750-mile flight in 33 hours without refuelling. All the armed services display Tel and the Cio meantime critic i d 1 in history to the new Republican regime for video excitement at the second Day what they said w As a failure to National aircraft show to their air might at the show. Near improve the status of working the end of the Marine part of the men in this country. I show officials estimated 100.000, program after a flyby of four Afi president Georee Means a sons attended the event at Day a eight passenger Sikorsky help cop ton municipal Airport. Ters two helicopters Cue Sam to Austin Pilot i plummet out of sight behind the capt. Forrest Wilson 31. South a main Airport building. Haven. Mich., from Bergstrom air brushed Blades f orce base Austin tex., won the immediately thereafter Black Allison trophy race a 110.13-mile arose and fire trucks and Texas Holiday deaths hit 15 the weather e m Oil kick iu5ki a a Iione and Vicinity. A or Mon it Jive and tue inv High both a nyx 90-m. A Quot and itxa8 of a or �?��?~�<1 monday and Centka. And Texas str Narky la land Nield monday and by the associated press traffic accidents took the greatest toll As at least 15 persons met violent deaths in Texas since the labor Day w Eck end began f riday it might., Highway crashes killed at least 11 in the Long Holiday week end which will end at Midnight monday a boat explosion claimed Oliree other lives and wounds another the department of Public safety predicted 30 persons would die in Texas traffic from Midnight Friday to Midnight monday. Or. And mrs. Dale Riley and his father Albert Riley of Corpus Christi. Were killed when the Oil Field boat from Wlinich Thev were fishing exploded and Sank in Cor Christi Bay saturday after in. M �1 m. A i �1a a. �38ft857077 a huh and Low for 2-hour. Hijii and Low 1 30 3 30 3-30 4 30 8 30 6 �0 7 30 8 30 e 10 10 30 11 30 12 30 83 7 89 �0 8� 88 so 7� 78 73 a nil no 8t a 30 3�m Date pus noon. Tsvor Greenville girls Barbara sue Erwin 18, and Nona Jim Lyndon seeks budget for Hydrogen age Austin sept. 6 sen Lyndon Johnson to Texi said today he Hopes a a True Hydrogen age budget will be submitted to the next Congress. Quot it should be a budget that ties together atomic research and military tables of organization that coordinates civil defense and air Force appropriations that lays Down Side by Side the facts of guided missile development and the size of our naval establishment Juliuson Jones 18, were killed in a two car collision near Hoyce City saturday night. Mrs. Chi Stine York 20-year-old expectant Mother drowned at Houston Friday night after the car in which she and her husband were Riding crashed through a retaining Wall and plunged into Buffalo Bayou. Billie Keith Griffin 19. Of Texas City was killed f riday night when his car and a truck collided near Centerville in the first traffic fatality at Tyler since last october Hughie in Orter of Rice tex., was killed saturday in a car truck collision j. I. Cooj Ier jr., 49, died Early saturday of a gunshot wound inflicted at his Home in Waxahachie. Justice of the peace j. Al Mcwhorter conducted an inquest hut said he wuul4 withhold his verdict until monday. A 12-year-old girl Judy Beth Patillo. 12, was killed saturday when she walked a Highway near san Antonio to see if there was and mail in the Rural Box. Mrs. Frank Lookingbill 41, of Hereford Wai killed Early saturday when her car struck a Culvert 30 Miles West of Amarillo. Two a women and Bali were killed saturday night when two ears collided eight Miles South of Elgin in Central Texas. The dead were identified As mrs. Sam Shafer of Bastrop. Mrs. Arthur Bush Cor pus Christi and mrs. Bush a 7-months-old son. Kelly Teeples. 18, died at Austin sunday of received saturday when his motor Scooter and a collided in aus ii told a lbs television audience that we have gone backwards in America since labor Day a year ago especially in the areas of housing social Security and education. A we think the 83rd Congress has failed to do the things that Are vital to the welfare of the american people a he said and called f a to fortify the american Way of life for the struggle against communism. James b. Carey Secretary treasurer of the Cio charged in a radio address that Only big had benefited under the new regime. Ike praises free Labory . Sept. 6 .1i�?president Eisenhower hailed the Freedom of american workers today and said they a give the lie to the sly evil of the promises of a we contemplate with renewed appreciation a he said in a labor Day statement a the principles that make and keep us a free people a and added a the workers of America Are witnesses before the world of the strength the Pride and the Prosperity that alone can be won by free labor. They Are Strong in their Independent unions. They Are proud beyond the temptations of political subservience. They Are an indestructible bulwark of free government. witnesses to free it lome a blessings give the lie to the sly evil of the Promise. Of . They mock the false insinuation that economic Well being can be purchased Only at the Cost of political Freedom. They Are the final answer to those who Prate Freedom and practice slavery who excuse terror and aggression in the name of concern for the very workers whose lives Thev stifle. Classified office closes today at noon the classified department of the Abilene reporter news will accept word ads from customers until noon Only today due to a he labor Day Holiday All word a 4s reaching our office before 12 noon will be published in the tuesday morning edition our Realor deadline schedule will be resumed tuesday morning. Simulated fighter a scramble. Four Republic f84g Thunder jets took off from Weir Cook Airport in Indianapolis at one minute intervals in a race to intercept an imaginary enemy Over Dayton. Wilson flew a Speed average of 537.802 Miles an hour and elapsed time of 12 minutes 17.2 seconds. His average was about 57 Miles an hour under the record for the event air Force spokesmen said this was because the race started on the ground instead of in the air. The Allison trophy race is sponsored by the Allison division of general motors which produces engines for the f 84 eight Boeing b47 bombers from Fairford. England and two con Vair b36s from a base near Tokyo arrived simultaneously at 3 12 . The six Jet b47.s, worlds fastest ambulances raced to the scene. The two helicopters had Rotor Blades. One crashed in flames injuring its Pilot. Maj. William t. Tebow jr., Mcbean ga., who is stationed at Quantico \ a. The Craft landed in an unoccupied children a playground in a development beside the Airport. At a Hospital it was re ported to bowl a injuries were superficial. The other Pilot. 1st. I. In. M. Gish. Westport. Conn., from the Marine air station at Cherry Point n. A. Was uninjured. Maj. William t. Whisner of i Shreveport ia., stationed at Nellis a a air Force base Nevada was for Mally presented with the Silver Bendix trophy for winning the Bendix race saturday. Walt flays Dulles move in election Leeds. England. Sept. 6 a Woodrow w y a t t. Undersecretary for War in the former labor government tonight accused u. S. Secretary of state John Foster Dulles of blundering in world . A never before. Or. Dulles has a Man spent so Long in preparing himself to be foreign Secretary and made such a t k l of himself and his country when he finally got the Wyatt said in a sign each. Wyatt declared that through the u. S. Ambassador in Italy. Dulles told the which Way the United states wanted them to vote in the italian elections. Vvs Yaff added a the followed that Blunder by ordering siermans to vote today for or. Adenauer. , Dulles has insulted India to please South Korea he has threatened to abandon the korean peace conference unless does what he tells them he uses the South american veto to frustrate the will of the majority of the United nations a Wyatt who Labarile member of parliament for Industrial Birmingham said America a is far too inclined to think that in the Anglo american partnership which is essential to preserve peace and prevent the spread of communism. Merica should give orders to red faced monks prove evolution , sept. 6 red China has sent red russian z m s an Apt gift a red faced monkeys. Moscow radio broadcasting this today said a Fiji Load of wild animals a including leopards manchurian Tiiu Eis and red faced monkeys caught in Southern China arrived in the soviet capital from China recently and will be distributed to zoos throughout the . The socialists who opposed rearmament and sought of appease the soviets by a program of unarmed neutrality were soundly trounced. Complete unofficial returns from 116 out of 242 West German election districts totalled 10.238.708 valid votes. The distribution among major parties Uhr Idian democrats caul 4,-611.205 social democrats Sfa do 2,86.5,191 free of Dpi 1.070,928 German in Arfy a dim .287 0.39 refugee Mirty bet. D6.766, communists it Kadi. German Reich i a Rev id rpt s6.8,5a German Peoples Pai Quot Tjw grim 121,011 More authority the decisive Victory of Christian do Socrat party assured the 77-year-old Chancellor another four year term with even greater authority flan before. It now will he easy for him to form a coalition giving him firm control Over the new 484-member in parliament. He needed Only one other party instead of the two he had to enlist to gain shaky control of the old parliament elected in 1949. The vote was a Triumph for the Iron willed old Chancellor As Well As for his policies. It made him the strongest Western Leader on the f lir Opean continent. The Christian democrats had 45 per cent of the vote counted up to 2 . And their close allies the f ree democrats had 10.4 per cent. The third party in Adenauer sold coalition the German party had 3.8 per cent. This w As a big gain for Adenauer Over four years ago w Hen his Christian democrats got Only 31 per cent and the f ree democrats 11.9 per cent. The got 28.1 per cent this time compared with 29.2 four years ago. In he c o m m u n i s f s Plum Meier from 5.7 to 2 per cent and were a most certainly shut out from membership in the new i arli Ament. Sunday in jail Sharp ii Lance by West German authorities prevented a feared outbreak by red thugs from fast Germany who spent sunday in jail instead of molesting voters As the government charged they were ordered to do by Moscow. The election took place in a Calm violence free atmosphere. Another late election issues endorsement of Adenauer by u. S. Secretary of state John f Oster Dulles which socialist Leader Florich Mollenhauer denounced As interference in the German election apparently did Adenauer no harm. The election shaped up As a thundering Victory for the Chancellor and his vigorous policy of close ties with the . Throughout the Campaign he called for support for his project to provide German troops for the common of f Europe. Unofficial vote totals showed the people agreed. The opposition . Led by the mild Mollenhauer. Could t Cope w Ith the c Hristian democrats. Folven m districts where socialists had held first rank traditionally. Adenauer a party made Strong after committee meets More counties May be lifted from Lexas drought Relief Are Victoria sept. 6 it a a the head i Mccan said today of the state drought disaster Relief committee said today his group would meet wednesday in College station and would a look into the possibility of lifting other Texas counties from the list of those eligible for cheap livestock Lee. Claude Mccan said at his Home Here that a meeting of the state production and marketing administration committee would be held at College station on thursday a probably All Day a Mccan head that a some still going feed shipments he said that no More counties had been added to the 12 on the suspension list. A however a he said a a a e Are getting cancellations of feed orders All along from some ,�?� the f Ort Worth Star Telegram said last night it had Learned that an attempt will be made at the wednesday meeting to Check All available data and to determine which counties can be dropped of the state pm a committee is the Majier said the then will head of the drought disaster group �?o1 say what we Are going to he said when asked if he thought other Texas counties would be taken off the drought Relief i Olls. A a we re going to look into it but what is done will be up to the entire committee determine which other counties can Best use Grain and protein allocated for the lopped counties. The Star Telegram also quoted Howard Gordon executive vice president of the commodity credit corp Kimation As saying the government would not allocate any cottonseed meal from the new crop for recently the drought Relief drought Relief. Quot otherwise we group temporarily taking government feed from 12 counties saying Rains had changed the situation in those counties since they were put on the Relief list. Mccan said at that time that the committee would continue to appraise the drought conditions in the 152 counties and some of them might be suspended if Rains Impi Votkl would ruin the whole support program on the current crop of cottonseed products a he said. A would be put into the loan a a Gordon also told the Star Tele Giam that emergency funds appropriated for drought Relief a Are rapidly being exhausted. Well go As far As we can with the Money we be i Jour Vokk the t a in test i a two booing b if strato Fortis Oss test models top Snow capped it. Hanicar while on a test flight out of Seattle Wash the 8-52�?T a largest Jet bombers in the world weigh More than 300,000 pounds have a Wing Span of 185 feet and Are powered by eight Turbo Jet engines mounted in double pods under the swept Back Wing. The heavy bombers now under construction will be delivered to the t a air Force strategic air con Naud for its All Jet bombing Force. A wire photo

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