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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Alice, Texas
Dulles vows us will protect reds a bomb harnessing seen by scientists by Frank Carey a science reporter Geneva oct. To up a sir George Thompson a British scientist said today he believes harnessing of atomic Energy of the Hydrogen bomb Type for peaceful purposes will be accomplished a in a and sir John cock loft Britain Stop nuclear scientist said Britain is doing research on the subject. But Cockrell did not say la teachers named for two Alice schools the appointment of 13 additional teachers for the Junior High school staffs was announced wednesday by supt. Jack Ryan. Whether he believed it was possible of achievement. A fall we can say a Coe Kraft told newsmen at the 72-Naton atoms for peace conference a is that it is an interesting subject on which Britain will work but we Are in no position to make sir George Thompson representing the Royal society of briton universities said in answer to a question As to whether it was possible to control the fusion reaction a it will come in the end ifs bound to come a or Hurni Ebhabha head of indians atomic Energy project said monday that a Way will be found to control fusion Energy a within the next two decades a chairman Lewis l. Strauss of the american atomic Energy commission has so far declined to comment on Hab has a prediction. Cock loft directs Britain Sharwell atomic Energy establishment. In a report to the atomic con Fienco be said Britain Hopes to the latest appointments haves improve the nuclear Power nearly completed the staff for j process that by the end of the both schools with Only a few a j Century a ton of uranium will do candies remaining Ryan the weather temperatures for today High tuesday 101. Low this morning 78. High at noon 95. Ihen Matt daily feta vol. 62 Alice Texas wednesday Augustio 1955 Alice daily Echo 5c daily 10c sunday for All departments dial 4-6588 number h coast battens i freed airmen Wing toward group is due i to arrive Home Friday morning Down for big blow civil defense patience asked of koreans Hawaii a Century said the work of a million tons of Coal. Ryan plans to be in san Marcos and Austin later this week to interview applicants for the remaining positions. Four of the new teachers were named on the High school teaching staff. They included Thomas l. Cur Rey As High school choral director and Art teacher mrs. Susie Kammerdiener math teacher. Mrs. Lee Franz math teacher and Lee Zandt social science teacher. The nine new Junior High teachers and their teaching positions Are mrs. James r. Dunsmore. Journalism and English. Alan Richardson general science Jack Rumbley band director mrs. John Farris math. Dale Cole Art mrs. Catherine Williams English. A g. Kammerdiener language arts and social science mrs. Constance Dove math and science and Bettyjo Garber language arts and social science. He said Devi opens in a a Breeding of atomic fuel would play a key role in the program. A a a breeders reactor is one in which at least As much fissionable mater see a bomb Page 6 a weeks defies House panel on records Washington. Aug. To of a Secretary of Commerce weeks and his business advisory Council today defied orders of a House committee to product Bac records and files. Walter s. White $25,000-a-fear executive director of the Bac appeared before the House antitrust subcommittee in response to a subpoena and challenged the committee s Legal right to require production of the files. The Bac composed of about 200 top business executives acts As economic and business adviser to weeks White produced a letter from weeks stating that the records Are in Possession of the Commerce department and White has no Light or authority to deliver any of them to a any person or any of the committees of subcommittee chairman Ceiler a nyx promptly declared the Bac Defiance would be referred to All members of the committee to decide if contempt of Congress was involved. White was subpoenaed last Friday to culminate a running feud Between Ceiler and Secretary weeks Over the subcommittee s investigation of a Dollar a year businessmen serving the department in an advisory capacity without compensation while drawing their regular pay from private business. Really a Job to live in Alice typographical err tire that horror of the printing business. Newspaper and otherwise but the Alice chamber of Commerce had one on its hands today that was most embarrassing to the publicity committee. The chamber a new brochure just received from the printers last weekend was discovered to cynically proclaim a malice s civic spirit is evident in its wide variety of clubs and fraternal organizations All of which furnish Opportunity for social and fraternal j contacts which add to the Job of living in the committee really meant j to say a Joy a honestly. A miss Joan Kenney. With Alice it Hurch miss Kenney named Baptist youth director doctor s trial resumed today in Oklahoma mrio. , okla. A in the murder trial of or. Ben t. Galbraith moves into its third Day today with testimony expected to get under Way. An All male jury was seated late yesterday after two Days of bickering Between attorneys. Galbraith a prominent es1 or heart specialist is tried for the murder of his 34-year-old wife Mary Katherine he also is charged with murdering their three children the bodies were found in the ruins of their Home destroyed by fire March 17. The prosecution is expected to present evidence with Hopes of proving Galbraith struck his wife with a wine bottle and drugged the children before firing the House. The defense spent from to to 20 minutes with each juror passed by the Tate posing questions designed to draw out the pane list a views on mental illness Tik defense team fled whet Sel and Jim Rinehart have indicated they plan to fight the Case with arguments that Galbraith i. Innocent by reason of being insane at the time of the slaying. J miss Joan Kenney 24-year-old j native of Oklahoma and graduate of Baylor University has assumed her duties As youth director for first Baptist Church in Alice. Miss Kenney arrived in Alice on aug. I. And has set up plans for a youth revival late this month and for the organization of a Church youth Council she said. The revival will be held from aug. 28 to sept 4 with speakers and committee assignments to be named later. The youth Council designed to give Young people of the Church a More Active part in Chun h Al lairs. Will be developed a through and with existing organizations. A native of Miami okla., miss Kenney attended Junior College in her Home town and Oklahoma Cal a Baptist University in Shawanee be being fore going to Baylor. She is interested in music and dramatics having had experience in both in High school and College. Miss Kenney has done choral work in j such musical productions As a the j Messiah a and was Active in College players. She is a Soprano. Her major at Baylor was in religious education and she received a there in 1953 and her in iter s degree this Spring. She is the Niece of mrs Leslie i Garrison of Miami. Tokyo aug to. On eleven u. S. Airmen who spent 32 Long months in communist Captivity i sped eastward across the Pacific Home and family today. Ivo Plush 054 air transports one Gen. Douglas Macarthur a a j famed Bataan left Tachikawa air base with the men Early this i afternoon. After a 27-hour Layover in Hawaii they Are due at Travis air Force base. Calif., Friday morning. Aboard Lite Bataan Are co John Knox Arnold or. Apt John Vaadi. Capt. Elmer i Llewellyn. Airman Harry m Benjamin jr., and airman join. W. Thompson Iii. The second group in a sister ship decorated and outfitted exactly like the Bataan included maj. William ii. Palmier. I t Wallace l. Brown. It. John w Buck. T. Sgt. Howard w. Blown airman Steven e. Kiba and airman Daniel c. Schmidt in Honolulu the men will welcomed today by pretty girls bearing Flower leis. After a Brief news conference an air Force i spokesman said. The men a will lie i free to go anywhere and do anything they want a just like tour i they will be quartered in the Best guest quartets of Hickam air Force base but a they can stay at the Royal hawaiian hotel if they the men will be Given colourful Aloha shills and a Chance to go it see Airm i Page h and red Cross stand alerted new York. Aug for it the populous East be to iterated of a Hurri cent As far North As Cape cod battened Down today and wanly watched the Advance of the seasons first by blow Belfi i in Hatteras. V. Ltd to. I�?T1 a a Hurricane Annie her 135-Miie wind posing a threat to the whole fast coast hovered off i tie Carolina Mainland today. She was almost stationary the weather report Ell the dangerous Hurricane a thin of the year a was entered about 735 Miles sooth East of Wilmington s. C. This morning. Little Forward movement was expected during the in St six hours the Bureau lid i Hen it Onnic was expected to move slowly toward land Iii the \ in Ini t v of Wilmington. Hurricane Force winds May l East ii i her Cia the Toda v. Do John m. Hightower Washington aug. To. I pm Secretary of state Dulles appealed to South Korea today to exercise patience and avoid violent action in efforts to oust truce supervised from the country. Dulles asserted emphatically at a news conference that the i tinted states intends to live up to its obligation to protect the truce team members a who include communist czech and poles South koreans have staged duo Lent demonstrations against the truce teams in which a number of american soldiers have been in in cd Nom seriously. Korean president Sungman Rhee has demanded that they get out of this count i it Dulles agreed with reap charges that the Little More than spies pie lathe Public o Dulles to ques i Ivy lug to i r Divodi by foot Dulles icy ast at count y insects added t hat a not think k up can in Korea also Reje ions my unify k cd nation South be red but he inform Pill the to Are said Mon re ded ill w Holt ire i ruin Tod. D that Ion Mig and mid beef Omic unify Fot i e Pons a idea of Iny oth ayes world use of the xxx. I r t he d Only for topic he w Hether Tore even ii i ii Cia a who ii bad h prepay St Ion died i Shin r Ai Fety a Tina d Tiuis e fur is the i i pleads in Yih i in frs Geraldine Terry a Bride Iii four weeks it liners court room in j of a of. To plead innocent to charge sin murdered in husband at Lonnei Bill Terry with a Butcher knife i Olio w in i party in Muir apartment Las saturday night. Mrs. I err is lawyer Lomov i Raier precedes Lier into court in a wheelchair. In \ do photo All he koreans again storm Isle in protest against reds Segui Hundred non Rig a a a president a cd the Caus again today by u. S. I guns and Fin the milling aug. In i la ret boating koreans i a who violence a edict by syn Man rho. Storm be Yea y to Volmi i kind but were turned bark it or Manning tear a lures. Demonstrator. Con tinned Oil the port o it Mun ti1 of ill tile disorders with a 111 Mil or p the ill in a j to i Iell i y Emit by of Al 11 As ten Ai til Ilia Ani no lid to i i Mil i to out i least tip Ngung Oil to u in Sony ii Mons i t c tinning South koreans Camp net to drive out communist member of Neutral truce inspection team broke up quickly before the determined stand. Waving banners and Challio slogans the mob drove As far a Bai bed wire barricades thrown us by the americans then falter dec and retreated. They were trying to reach tin billets of Szech and polish members of the inspection groups St Row is Njo i iou to. Pm i to i rot a p i comm in tile Libs but ii Usu three Alice scouts ready for Jamboree men fined 1/5 on charge of drunk driving were i a Poi cd with troops int i no Peel ii i tee in Billet. Tin Calin t of to nosh e flt adar i Annot rare rent by Dud by in ill i Lee t hat i Ippa wed a act i of violence called i ii a men drat ions Quot a in i pm pics. Ton of pal riot i a a j to it Quot i Lei willing win of Al d by the South k of my e Casi Cen it t loll Ieter t Recti my i a i Nee la h. Us it i t a1 n Ridenti n from tiny car. Recall to Ane cd Onnie a a warning was Fth Many along tin cd to higher Inland safety. Anything that might blow away was tied Down or brought indoors. For new York cps the Rathier Bureau forecast winds of 25 to 35 Miles per hour by tonight j l teaching Gale Force tomorrow. Hie Bureau said that by Gale i Force it meant 39 to 54 Milos per hour i he coast guard cancel leaves in the third District v i i overs j Lela Aie new York. Jersey and parts of Pennsyl and Connecticut Navy ships put out to sea a escape of i Hie out the to in rather than risk being battered a 1 their ducks. Military planes Wen run into hangars or flown to Sal or poin at Noi loll va., two pilots Veri killed when their Plana eras into the Bay a i lie two eng air i aft had i St liken ii i Quot i flight to safety from the hut Cane const rut t Ion in e n w o r k through the night to make As cure a possible a 10-m a Rad a i town i i of Mil a Quot Titi in co is t the hot tax in of cd Rcd a atm a Ruth to a Ca us i fill a a jul honed in con i Dei Abie til i la Ai out the kit or eau i Eblem a Sal the t Ruce team. S mum an re pc in Rumen j a u Iven the of i Pell polish. I Solis id s. A a a j 1s la i ice Arpen Imp s it till ill til Ida y to leave. I Usu Aid the re has been a aug i Hie of t a a sen invent in a kith i i k Arm Bec i in of til presen. Sati of 11 in ins Peel Tut learns and t he it n a my it in v w it e not pert orm in it my a Aimi St functions the y Ere s Upp to perform by i tat to if r err Tern hers were i Rath lose e i a til Nick Page to 11 up grim account continues of pow brutality d n e i a to f re aug Takio it la a Tell Doh Iii till ant Ham y a of Elf use ire ii a i Oil u minis to �0 or in birth record needed to enrol in school children entering school for the first time this fall must present a birth certificate or baptismal recorded Hin Sinan. Assistant superintendent of the Alice schools reminded wednesday state Law requires that children must have reached their sixth birthday prior to sept. I to be eligible for admission to the Public schools. Hindsman said. Birth certificates in most eases can be obtained from the county clerks office of the county in which the child was born. Registration for the elementary schools will be held on the opening Day of school scheduled for sept. 6 weather tartly Clouds with High daytime Tern of ral ures arid a few scattered thundershowers were forecast for mice both wednesday and thursday by the t a weather Bureau in Corpus it limit. High temperatures will Range from of to too with lows from 71 to 7fi, winds will in Light \ or table wednesday night becoming southeasterly 12 to 18 Miles pct Bour i hurray. Lop of us Eli at cd Tine Alice Eagle beaut ave thursday on la Fin trip which will Cany a cons thoth Nias Kepi troops Ains Ter 123. A and by in a mid a e Canada the attend the United i annual to Ara on the i aug 18 to a seining Alice at the Jamb k Howard Birny Kelieh i Williams edition to the in trip will n loin of the Airn United hates id a i k e 38 Dot Lute i 11 f leg them the sunday aft Moon Tai the to in Unah or Light and and Ana Canada. The in t leg of the trip w i include Iii tight hour a of sight Seel no in a Jai i. I d c including the White horns Lincoln Jeff i son memorial Ai Lington Cern a tory and old it historic p chits flans have air been made for the scouts to toe new York City r before come ital pc the to Iii Iley to Jamboree it located Fin the Canadian Side it la Grafa Tim ret in ? rip will Indue sightseeing iou s of Detroit Chi Ca go and wind sol Canada the Cro up i scheduled to ii i Rise Back i n hour ton on Siut. I i n p Ion Hup i v \iii1 h include Sas Ucli a a i at in i mull a a11 for Ponder the 8aturd ult Uriah urn a swede ii spoke Dot nuts of the Iii r ii revealed jut an a Demon i a Miv i it see Lori pm 081 i Din he nor ii Lull Neutral it 11 v commission mss and swedes and poles met or fix in airs to Midnight i answer be Given a Vvs tag Aud no Auld but of the Bat uth f Connie May cancel Talbot s Solute Washington audio i the Errata behaviour of hurtle Connie May upset elaborate Force plans to give retiring univ Harold k Talbott an i powered sendoff tomorrow. Allrn ii i Ary in in to have b moved or alerted to Fly a 111 in he Moi to threat cued lactic coast to the land airports i lie a that if the big Hurricane n the ,. To Lull Row of when the All Force plan a Salute to Talbott the Mony will either be mod a strictly ground Pei Oiin the whole show will la to until Friday. The v s Force a Piai Bung in about 150 Al crat via to indies i Aldol r to in by i Viii pare testified in it unit burial prisoners in hands to a. 24, Hun a ii me i tile f Broo the lid la t run i Tho 6 ret fun Ike will be forced to run Williams says postmaster tests scheduled in Alice registration set for High school Mem unit la Adam Ute a s her i rial a tale weak and handled from Bis fourth suicide attempt fir. Ben of Galbraith charged with the murder of i wife and three children appeared in court at it mister okla., monday to stand trip to for the Blay rigs. 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