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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 20, 1954, Abilene, Texas WARM tííjc Abilene 3íveporter-BetDjSí "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 96 Associated Press (APJ ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20. 1954—TEN PAGES PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c STRAUSS LAUDS U.S. A-POWER WASHINGTON, Sept. 19 Iti-Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Lewis L. Strauss tonight expressed his belief that the United States still has atomic superiority over the Russians and can make hydrogen bombs of any power the military asks. Czechs Admit Holding Two U.S. Soldiers Red China Faces New Aggression Charges Acts of Piracy Cited by U.S. UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Sept, 19 (AP)—The United States leveled new aggression charges at Red China tonight as U.N. delegates gathered here for another General Assembly and debate on seating the Chinese Communists. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., chief U.^. delegate to the U.N., free world shipping during the last four years. He called | them “acts of piracy.’’ He said the list, made public officially for the first TOIGIIER THAN WRESTLING WITH POLITICS — Gov. Lawrence Wetherby, after tussling with this writhing alligator at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville, quipped “It’s tougher than wrestling with politics.” Last vear the governor rode an ostrich at the fair. Premier Finds New Arms Plan VIENA, Austria, Sept 19 lP) -Czechoslovakia’s C(Hnmunist government admitted tonight it is salfng they w^r^^^arrest^^'^onl ^^sued a list of 39 attacks by the Chinese Communists on Czech soil Friday while "photographing military installations and carrying out observation with field glasses." In a protest note handed to the AT McCarthy U.S. Embassy in Prague, the - Czechoslovak regime complained that U.S. troops from West Germany also violated the border yesterday. The note, as broadcast by the government radio, identified the .Americans in Czech custody as two 32-year-old servicemen. The announcer gave the names phonetically as Lt. Richard Dryers and Cpl. George Peese. The note said Dryers was in ci- time, speaks for itself in showing that Red China has been guilty of a “pattern of constant aggressive pressure a*^ainst the free world.” 'The list showed 27 incidents involving the British flag, 5 involving the United States, 2 involving Denmark, 2 Panama and 1 each involving Norway. France and Portugal. Lodge said. The statement and the list were distributed to reporters here with- WASHINGTON Sent 19 UP» -    comment by the delega- ............--------- m «„tw Z tion. But One source said the pur- vilian clothes and that he and his :    Flanders    (R-\t),    author    of        :_j    t-». Senofor Throws Charge NEVEliS. France. Sept. 19 J»-Premier Pierre Mendes-F'ranee announced today he has transmitted to other Allied governments a new plan for arming West Germany withm the Western family He hinted It calls for strict limitation and ♦iiuality in armaments. Dedicating a monument to Mendes - France indicauxi this pressed substitute for the defunct European Defense Community treaty went beyond the military sphere into economic affairs. companion had two field glasses, one loaded pistol, a map and other documents "for espionage purposes.” US. .Army officials yesterday denied a report by Bavarian border police that one of the men— „..-L    pose    clearly    was    to remind l .N. resolution to censure Sen. Me-    r, j /-.u- t    . delegates of Red China s record ...    .    A    seized by Czech frontier guards— II ,s important, he said, that ^    ^    lieutenant    in civilian clothes ever.vhody m F ranee and outside ; a Carthy, charged today the Wisconsin senator’s tactics "appear to parallel those of the Communists.’’ In another of a series of letters to Sen. Watkins (R-Utah), chairman of a special committee considering censure charges against McCarthy, Flanders wrote: "Lenin’s phrase, ‘the end sanc- since 1950, in addition to her intervention in Korea. Lodge recently to<A to the U.N. Security Council the case of a U.S. Navy plane shot down by Russian MIG planes off \Tadivostok Sept. 4. 28 Americans Die TEXAN JOINS UN TEAM — James P. Nash, center, of Austin, talks with Sen. J. William* Fulbright (D-Ark), left, and Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., at the State Department in Washington after Nash was sworn in as an alternate representative on the United States delegation for the United Nations General Assembly opening m New York on Tuesday. Lodge is head of the delegation and Fulbright is a member of it. He empha.sized that    Fr.ince wanted a reconciliation with Germany and insisted that aziy orgqin-ization of Europe miLst include not Frenchmen who resisted the Ger- j most important in our eyes ’ mans dunng the 1940-44 occupation of France, he said: "I made it clear dunng my con-versatums with (British Foreign Secretar> ) Anthony Eden that our points of view were ikH far apart or ureconcilable. Precise Proposals ‘The F'rench governmeni France should know that the niil-:    tifies    the    means,*    might    well    be|    jj^ statement there he listed itary problems are only one aspect: ^^pionage mission to Czechoslova- quoted to describe the junior sen-; 33 Americans killed and 16 missing of the question. They are not, by; far. the most interesting or the kia.    ator’s    «McCarthy’s! ow*n explana A spokesman at the U.S. Army tion of his methods." headquarters in Heidelberg. Ger-, Fourth Letter many, said this man, though wear- Flanders said his lengthy letter, ing civilian clothes, was not en the fourth to be released over the route to Czechoslovakia and did weekend, was intended to supply carry forged papers. *016, the special bipartisan committee after six attacks by Soviet planes on American planes since 1950. Lodge said this proved a pattern Boy Electrocuted In Farm Stock Tank COLEMAN, Sept. 19 ÍRNS) —»he was hit by the current. On of unprovoked attacks which would Larry Rex Wlnslcit.. ii, was elec*! hearing a cry for aid the father not go unchallenged. The Council debated the áiaptiíe trocuted about 8 a.m. Sunday in a tank near his farm home in the Britain. France Needed But he scoffed at any who think Fjluropc can be organized without F’rance, saying "no useful plan can has ' be set up without us” made, m that spirit, prease pr^ ■    ^thaYlS posals which n'"‘ are in the hands | ^    equivocation." Mendes • of the interested nations and of |    Prance said w hich I will siH'ak more tomorrow I    There has bt'en    some    uncon-1 at the Council of F'uroiw with    firnunl talk that the    United    Stales spokesman said the lieutenant and ! w ith further information in sup- * Sept. 10 but adjourned wdthoat ae-1 Br^own Ranch cominunity tion. Russia’s Andrei Vishinsky rejected a U.S. proposal to take the dispute to the World Court and said about 17 miles south of Coleman. The ywingster had gone with went in to rescue his son. Before the father reached the boy, young TIM funeral wiU be held at 4 p.m. Monday in the Brown Ranch community Harmony Baptist Church. Officiating will be the Winsieit had iaiiea on his face in Rev. Judsom Head, pastor. Burial the shallow water. The youth was apparently dead his father. S. C. Winslett, to the, »ben he was removed from the his companion had been cruising P<»rt of his charges that McCarthy along the border in an official ca-1 bad abused his power as chair-pacity "to see what they could ‘ man of the Senate Investigations -«I he    .er    pun,p    .ha.    had    bee.,    I    Lam.    Rex    waa    a not available to comment on it., on the Sept. 4 mcident. The Watkins committee conclud- more detail than I can give today.’’ IHE WUTHER and Britain might act indcpend cntlv if F’rance balks at the cur Conservatives Gain Margin in Sweden STOCKHOLM, Sweden. Monday. rent efforts to arm West Germany Sept. 20 ifL_Conservatives gained and raise her to sovereignty. | .strongly today in preliminary* re-"It IS very clear that West »rn ! turns from Sweden’s nationwide lo-FIurojH* cannot be organttixl with-1 cal elections, out the assistance of France,” | Nearly five in the Brown Ranch community cemetery* will be by Wright Funeral Home of Coleman. The youth was bom Sept. 26, freshman at 19:» at Coleman, trouble When the father and son ^ Mozeile High School and played j Besides his parents, he is sur-arrived thev found dead fish float- on the footbaU team. School offi-' vived by three sisters. Mrs. Gar-ing on top* of the tank.    i    announced    Sunday    that class- land Lindly and Miss Winnona he would veto any attempt by the I tank to inspect an automaUc wa-1 stock tarA. tes will    would    be dismissed Monday in Winslett, both of Fort Worth, and against    ^    ..    ^    ,    ,    respect to the family and so that, Miss Janice Winslett of the home; f Crtun-; »ater to get the fish and was elec- ,    »ffArui    furuxpoi    ^    onr» hie opanHmfrfhi»p Mr« milliiwi voters were could be called back Sept. 27 to act on FTanders’ resolution to condemn McCarthy’s conduct as un-becominr a senator and as tending ,    .    ..    1    -X-    to bring the Senate into disrepute. Naid    MiHidos-Francc.    opno-; eligible to vote in the election yes-1    However, neither Republican sition to various clause.s of the terday of thousands of city and ,    Knowland    of    California nor KIK’    treaty    was    a factor in    the    : county councilors. The Socialists’    Democratic Leader Lyndon John- .    ^    ,    son of Texas has indicated when may be at stake because 1.625 of!    ^ ^ ^ reconvened once U.S. spc^esmen were unable to ed public hearings last Monday    say whether the United States will and two of its members. Sen. Ed-    continue to press the case win C. Johnson «D-Colo» and Case    , the Russians in the Security Coun- ;    i    classmates might attend funeral j and his grandmother. Mrs. Issac (R-SD , said a report on its find-    cd or whether the Red China ; trocuted. apparently by a short cir- ■    j    ^    Coiemsin.    ‘ ings may be finished in the week tacks will be taken to the council. I*"®*” electric pump on the ahead.    ..    .    c    Emphasis    on    the    attacks    made. ^    ,    u ^    . If It IS. Case said the Senate ^    ^hina    ^    . The pump system is automati Violent Deaths Rise Jthe U.N. now. r » Dl.f    NT    or    C    OMMl    RlK ABILI'NK AM^unNirv'* « W.r to Iroaiy s death Aug. 30 m the lO-year old majority in the Senate PMirtiy fkMHiy NO    I    F'rench    .As>emhly "The role belonging to us in that , the councilors chosen today chan<«« Mund«' and Ttnrada.' Huth bwtl» 4«tt M. Low Monday mcM 7}    . Nt»RTH t'KSTKAL and wKST TKVAS^- resiXH't IS ttot asked, OF begged i pick 71 members of the Senate CpBpfatly lair M.^wlay and Turaxlay wiili    *    .    i    * imwulant lamperature cBaniP* F-AST and SOI TH t FNTRAl. TK\A.s-Partb ckn»d> Vi»nda> and Tvieatta* wttn ukolatad aitpmooB ihundrrahower» ; no im {MMtant lain ('«■tal ur* ohanira Modrrat* »..utheaatrrb wm.t» oa Ih» ix.aat TKMPIRATl Rl.N as a favor or as a mark of sympathy during the next four years. will! committee’s report is ready. Views Differ Some senators have urged that Sur. A M • I I » Î w s « 4 J« .S JO J. 10 7 JO • » « KI 10 w 11 30 1Î » SUB P M 9S »3 ».X U iltsh and Viw t»wp*ralurr l«»r M h*>ura »«dad at * » P m U and 74 llmh and hvw lrm|>«-ratur«>a hw »am* dat* la%t tear »4 and 04 sun»*4 la»i m«h» * 40 p m Nunria* luday S >fc am. Snnael UmucN • SO P „ HammHrr rradinf at * 3« P m T7 •• Rrlativ* humidlp at # JO P m 4a , At the same lime .Mcndes-France j qj the 150 Senate seats. They no .said this nation must take into | longer have a majority in the low-account the attitude of its .Allies— j ^j. house. "with whom we wish, without hes- —--------------------- itation. to maintain >olidarity"— I and called for th«» contimuHl con NegrOOS ACCepfeO fidence of those .Allies. "The participation of England in VMIARON. Tex , Sept. 19 uT»— the con.struction of Euroin* consti- The Wharton Junior College board tutes a decisive eleniewH for sue has voted unanimously to conUnue The Socialists at present hold 79 ■    ^e    disposed    of    quickly. ccss.” he said. "It riHjuires a search for formulas accejHable to our British Allies That is not easy, 1 know, but I must tell you that the latest conferences have found that it is possible " its policy of act'epting Negro stu dents for courses not offered at iUs Negro branch The board also voted yesterday to slrenglhen the academic program offered at the Negro branch. while others have advocated that the Senate session to consider the was clearly meant to bolster Brit- ish and other delegations expected i started when a faucet is to side with the United States in 1Someone back at the |     I    ■ _ v„U„, a,a,ns.«a.u.* Red Chin.u.    WeeKenCl    TO    1/ current through the short circuited pump into the waier.    By THE .ASSOCIATED PRESS | to death Saturday in Houston In The youngster was standing in    violent    deaths    were    .    what police said was an argiunent about eight inches of water when reported in Texas during the week- over a coon dog. end with traffic mishaps account    Dickhout,    60. Dalla« ing for 8 fatalities.    '• h^nk guard, w as found sh<X to Latest reported deaths included:    in his home Saturday, a rifla Theodore Rubbright, 60, Houston,    his    body.    His    wife, Mrs. was killed Sunday when struck by    Dickbout.    was    wounded. Aa an automobile on the Galveston    inquest verdict    was    pending. Causeway.    47^    gnd Larca «Uham Toups, 55. Ar^-dia.    ^ Salurday n.*hi m «j automob.le    ,( collision on a rwn slick l^hway [    Dallas,    were fatallv injured near -Jrc^ia m Galveston    1 Saturday nisM when struck by a J J Co(»land, 44. wiu f«nd    wagon    as they walked along dead at his home ui Hou«on hun-    ^    higi,» ay near    Grand Prairie, dav Police said a gas jet in the    ,7,    . room was open *    Mrs. Blanche Clare Runck, 69. The body oi Clarence J. Vassar    '?    ‘‘l»'!’.    “    » Wreck Injures 3 Near Avoca Persistence, Stays Hot Across Texas ST.AMFORD, Sept. 19 «RNS* - censure resolutiwi be postponed un-1 A Stamford woman and her two til after the Nov. 2 congressional children were injured Sunday aft-; elections.    , ernoon in a one • car accident F'landers. reierring in detail to near Avoca. McCarthy’s activities as chairman Three persons in two cars in-of the investigations subciMtimil-, volved in an accident a few min-tee, contemled among other things; utes earlier escaped injury, that the record showed "a crass    R^se    Láveme Dixon. 27. disregard for accuracy and secur-1    undergoing surgery* Sunday By THE .ASSOCIATED PRESS One thing can be said about this summer in Texas—it's persistent. Sunday was hot again with maximum temperatures ranging from 102 at Presidio to 90 at Corpus | ily m the almosl Ireniied haste j    ,    Stamford    h^ipilal    for|Chru;>i.    Galves.on    «k1    Mari.    j,    ,    j..^.covered Sunday from    *    «’T: (0 keep the pres, supplirt with    ¡„    ,he    7    0"'>1    !    the    Colorado    River    m Austin. A    F-    Runck    Jr.    Thej»n Mid . I  injuries -    _____ rumors, alarms, predictions, ■ g^cident in which her two sons, threats and denunciations. shower at San Antonio AP SURVEY INDICATES: Demos Most Optimistic Other maximum temperatures ’    rushed to his reported Sunday were: Waco. >    <Irow    after    t^ir    boat    |    j jj ____.    .    .w    •    ^    vBi.    .>    ••*v»vdk.r4 Ax-dMW liteliarwA /wf tK#l    * ^ awakened by smoke and onicers INDIAN.APOIJS. St'pt 19 Opiiniislic iJenuxrats said loduy they expect to take enough House and .Senate seats away from the Republicans in 12 key states to Ifive them control of Congrt's.s Cwliforma F*resuU*iit EiseiUiower port a earned all of them in the 15^ presidential eUK*tion Demos See Gal« III these stales, Defnocralic leaders said they have a reasonable Dem«K*ratic leaders ol Uiese | chance to pick up a net gain of itales, who j^niuHl m a ixirty cam-1 3<i Hou.sc and four Senate seaU. p.ugn kickoft rally here, provtnl i Hepuhlicans. on the other hand, theiiLselves much more optimistic j luul clamitHi they would IXKWt their day. Mrs. Dixon failed to negotiate a curve on a dirt road about m mile.4 east of Avaca The car ran on into a ditch, slamming the move to strip Sen. Joseph wiU knock off at least two ot the three House Reputdicans from Virginia. Battle mentioned Pre«i-the    Eisenhower’s    veto    of    a bill to increase the pay of federal Jacky, 5, and L. 0.. «. w,re reported Sunday were;    „7^'1'’^" kept him from saving her. Wichita Falls and College Station    oset.    JxisU^    U    the    Pea«    when    firemen    ar- Jacky suffered a broken arm 99, xyier and Dallas 98. .AniariUo I Frank McBee said there was the and leg. Extent of the other child’s ei Pa^o. Abilene and Austin 96. j mark of a blow across the right injuries was not known late Sun-! San .Antoi.io 95 and Brownsville. | side of Vassar’s fa«. McB« said Houston and Beaumont 93.    i    he would withhold an inquest ver- Monday was expected to be more: diet pending further examination. William Samuel Roberts. 74. was killed Saturday night when struck by a car as he crossed a highway of the same. James Banks. IS, was stabbed * north of Uberty. K McCarthy iR-Wis» of his Senate chairmanships Alexander said he thinks l^ewis Britton, 27-year-old Stamford i« man. was driver of a car that rammed into ancKher at road side park near Stamford iLÎ'Te «uS’employes « D. C, the Democrats will pick ui> one House seal to even up the present III nil A.Nsm iattHi Prc.N.N .nui vcy than ' Hou.nc membership by 19 and gain    •^»‘PoNicans    and their iiiHHj.Nite numtuMs ol the Ue ;ihiee Senate seats, publican party at a rejeiit Uincin | • Senate now has 48 Repuh-nati rally .    ; beans. 47 l>«nocrat» and one In- The 12 stales covered by Uie j dcf>emlent. In the House. Uie« a« survey were New Jersey, ConmKr 12IU Uepubhcans, 213 Demócrata, iKUl. Pennsylvania. Virginia. In-' one Independent and three vacan-diana. Ohio. Illinois. Michigan. Uies IVmocrats are just as uplimlslic as Heiuiblicuns are gloomy over :. tlM* iHitcome of a Senate ract and    Yhe    Republicans Minnesota. Colorado. Idaho and Butler CtNifideBt Paul M. Butler, Indiana national CiNumitt«inan, said he is confident his state will increase its their car at a roadside park at the intersection of U. S. Highways 277 and 380 when it was hit from bt'htnd Wife Dead, Husband Wounded Near Anson SIX Denuwrats John M. Golden said Deniov'ratic prospecU are booming in    »" investigating the two - car col- ticut He IS the state’s Democratic,    member« ntw outnumber    Stamford    city    poll«    The national commilt«man Golden'    ^    ^yen    tome Re- ‘ investigation of the Dixon mishap ,.id^ .h,nk. l^oer., Abr^    «“    **“*• A Rtbi«,« w'll ««    .    mre.it    Ml,on«l mnmittre mret.n, “ "    ’    ^    “ tiov. John Lodge, and believes the .. .„ - „    „    .    ., . ^ .ANSON. Sept 19 (RN’Sl — An j and that he mteiided to. Otment .Anson oil man was hospitalized Osment said the mother called able to ward Edwards off The sherlffa offi« said Sunday inght that the cause of Mrs. Ed- tiji Highway F'atrolman Arthur Dy- Sunday night with a bullet wound,    _    .    ... Democratic representation in the;    in    his    head    and his wife was dead    official- of a bullet wound at their home. said the neighbor rushed next in the Sinclair community    five ¿oor and attempted to knock a pii- miles southwest of Anson.    tol from Edwards’ hand just as Missing Abilen« Girl Rtfurntd to Homt A 16-year old Soulhside Abilene girl. re;xirteil misaing since noon Salunlay. »«J* l(K*at«1 Sunday mghl while dancing at Kirby Park, poli« reported. She waa returned home by juvenile authoritlee House coniesti in New Jersey. Archibald Alexander. New Jersey national commiUeenian. predicted ♦hat Ikmi«ratic Rep Charles R. Howell will defeat Republican for-iiu*r Rep Cliflord Case by 78,000 votiw m the senatorial rave Ca.He h,ia been faced with some GOP iHH>ositlon because he said if he were alerted he would aup-} ""iHotel Heir, Baby Daughlei Reunbed a $-1 edge In the House delegation Mayor David luiwren« of Pitts bunfh, Democratic national committeeman for Penn.«ylvania, said | he thinks his party will elect the next governor in George M leader, who ia opposing Rispublican Uoyd H. Woixl. Former Gov. Jrtin Battle of Vtr-gtrna said he thinks the Damocrata Rep Michael W Kirwtn, chairman of the Denwicratic Coogres-1 sional Campaign Committee, said i his home state of Ohio is going i to five the DeiiHX'rats five or six more House seals than the six they now hold The Republicans have 17 Htxi.se .seats In Ohio Michael V, Disalle, fonner pci« •ee DEMtKRATS. Pf. Mi, CeL 1 PARIS, Sept 19 JP~The tin rich F»atino family, bowing to a court order, today returned (rail 4 month -old Isabela Goldsmith to her father. British hrtel heir James Goldsmith. She arrived in a downpour uotter a ted amtwella. The dead woman ui Mrs. Mary Ruth Edwards, about 36. 'The injured man is Charlee Edwards, admitted to .Anson General Hospital with a bullet wound His condition was listed aa "not critical." Jones County Deputy Sheriff Joe Osment .«aid FMwa^s’ mother. Mrs. Charles Edwards. .Anson, rewived a call from her son atxxjt • p m Sunday. Edwards said that hii wife had comouttad auicida he had it pointed at his own head Shot In Head .According to the depluy the gun dischargipd anyway, the bullet entering FMwards’ head about an inch above his right ear and coming out about four inches above his right ear. Mm. FMwards was dead when the neighbor arrived, the deputy said. He said that when Dr. Alien Andrus, an Anson doctor, arrived Edwards attempted to attack the deotor but that the doctor vi* ly determined other than that ah# died of a bullrt wound. The dead woman was the fomar Mary Ruth Pagdett of Graham. Immediate survivors in addition to the husband include two chil-dren.Joha, in the third grade amt Mary, in the fimt grade. Seth-Lawrence Funeral Homn tent an ambulan« to the scene. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced frgia Seth-I^awrMJc«. Sheriff John Reveu and John Gdgga alae are hnresti§i|i ;