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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Alice, Texas Ii a <306sgermany key to red intent duties storm Mullen deny conspiracy charge county judge Wash storm jr., and Robert r. Mullen jr., tuesday expressed puzzlement Over a charge of conspiracy levelled at them by county commissioner w. R. Perkins. Perkins had charged monday that the appointment of a a citizens committee was a conspiracy on part of Mullen and storm to investigate his operations in precinct one. Mullen chairman of the newly appointed committee said he did no to understand what had prompted Perkins charge. A tile judge just walked in my office and asked if i would serve on the committee. It was never discussed ahead of time a Mullen said. A it struck me he Perkins was a Little excited when he made the statements a Mullen added. Storm likewise discounted the conspiracy charge. A i have a feeling the whole thing is a tempest in a Teapot. The whole thing is absurd a the judge said. Mullen indicated however that he intended to stay Clear of any clashes Between storm and Perkins. A i done to intend to enter any of the commissioners court squabbles. I be been to enough of their meetings and heard the agr ments a Mullen said. A the committee is not planning judge slates audiences on finance panel county judge Wash storm. Or. Tuesday announced he would keep his office open from 5 to 7 p. In. Tuesday and wednesday to answer any questions concerning the newly appointed a citizens storm has been under fire from county commissioner w. R. Buster Perkins Oer the appointment of the committee. A any group or individual who i wants to discuss the committees i appointment purpose or any j phase of the county s budget May meet with me from 5 to 7 p. In. I on either tuesday or wednesday j nights a storm said. Storm also announced tuesday that one member of tile commit tee Richard Miller of Orange Grove has resigned. Storm said i he planned to select a replace j Hie it from the Northern end of j the county. To investigate any one. We Are going to make a general Survey of county operations and make recommendations if we feel they Are needed a Mullen said. However Mullen did admit he had taken some pictures of precinct one equipment at work. Perkins had said monday that it had been brought to his attention that Mullen and his associates had been taking pictures of his operations for the past six months. A i think there were some pictures made of the equipment a Mullen said. A a in a not sure just what purpose they were taken for. I done to think there was any see charge Page 6 the weather this morning 77 High temperatures for today High monday too Low today at noon 95. Sheller Bailo Stdio volume 61 Alice Texas tuesday june 28, 1955 Alice Daila Echo 5c daily 10c sunday for All departments dial 4-6588 number 273 Adenauer sees civil War partisanship both parties face fight for Public support dining Shivers succeeds Scerba a Antonio scorn 64-year-old Christian Democrat is italian president Givanni Gronchi a Choice As the Premier designate to s u c c eed Mario Scelba who recently resigned. A Nea telephoto Trinity Church Bible school set july la vacation Bible school at Trinity lutheran Church. Woodlawn at East fifth is slated for july 11-22. The general theme of the two weeks sessions to be held Robert r Mullen jr., chair i every morning from 8 30 until la see judge Page 6 mrs. Carlisle expires Here on monday a living Chil i o clock. Will to a i if ii it activities will include Bible i study handicraft song time and i recreation after a devotional per-1see Trinity Page 6 optimists initiate luncheon meetings Alice Optimist club initiated noon meetings yesterday the first _. Major policy change in the club can Lisle 90-year.old in several years but voted not to meet next monday july 4. Regular meetings will be held i at noon monday at Hoel Alice i Blue room hereafter. President v. J. Stokes who was j installed in ceremonies Here this week presided reporting that play was to begin in the new of Simist club Little league base j Ball Park on monday evening. The i Park will be formally dedicated i new York june 28. Let it Texas gov. Allan Shivers said Here today partisanship is dying in America and predicted neither major political party next year can expect support it has not earned. A was never before the people of this land Are going to examine closely the methods the standards. The conduct which these parties display a Shivers declared in a speech prepared for delivery at a Texas Day luncheon of the sales executive club. Gov. Shivers sail a dim View of the future seems sometimes to tx1 demanded from a conservative such As himself but that he is confident the country a future and Way of life has never been brighter. A it is my Confidence in and res i pet for the principles on which i this nation was founded that fortifies me in that Faith Quot he Hie j said a when people Prosper by their i own labors partisanship Dies re and partisanship is dying in 1 America just As sectional ism Ana divisions prejudices Are dying a he said. In 1952, Shivers was one of the democratic Southern governors who supported Republican Dwight d. Eisenhower for the presidency. Shivers has repeatedly insisted j he remains fundamentally a Democrat. Shivers said both major poll-1 i tit a1 parties have rendered a Fine services to the nation but stand trial now As to whether they can meet fully the responsibilities of changing times. A a across the land there is sweeping a Strong tide of react. I Ion against the trend toward of i i or centralization of government i yet the political parties seek their Power from that very source. I a car times they even seek to j bar from participation a with their concentrated Power those i who dare to disagree. A the year is near at hand i when both parties must again lace an accounting for their stewardship. In 1956, i believe i both parties will be on trial before the american Public they original a standing on either Side of Rostrum seven past presidents of in general Assembly applaud As two in guards Lay original in charter before 10th anniversary session delegates in san Francisco sunday on left Are Lester b Pearson Canada or Luis Padilla Mexico Nasrollah Entezam Iran and Eteleo n. Van Kleffen Netherlands. At right. Gen Carlos p. Romulo Philippines Paul Henri spank Belgium and dug Hammarskjold present president. In final session in reaffirmed its a common determination to save succeeding generations from Scourge of War aka telephoto claims soviet trains youth j for invasion by Brack Curry Bonn Germany june 28 i Chancellor Konrad Adenauer warned the West German parliament today that the russians Are preparing East German youth for a civil War against the Bonn Republic. A in East Germany quote face a i standing army of 150.000 get j mans trained by the soviet army a Adenauer said adding Quot in East Germany the youth j is being prepared for civil War i against West the Chancellor plunged into a j Stormy debate in the bundestag i Dower House Over a Bill to authorize the government to Call j up the first >.000 Volunteer Ger j Man soldiers this summer for j i see Adenauer Page 6 accused killer identified by victim s girl Waco. June sgt Marion been identified a i c Henry 28 a army m. Washington has by the Fiancee of Poole As the chamber names Pablo Gonzalez new director Calendar to a sax vestry flies to Fig. T p i so b p a v Church of the Advent. Knights of Columbus Council 2992, St. Elizabeth a auditorium Alice a amp pm officer install j turn Palace Grill. 7 30 p. In. First Baptist brotherhood a group of live Oak county of Church. 7 30 p. In. Finials tuesday morning were menus softball Anderson Park j touring the Jim Wells county Wel Ahee packers is. Baldwin to hire setup at the invitation of biogas 7 15 p. In. Kingsville Navy county judge Wash storm or. Pablo n. Gonzalez or morning was elected to the chamber of Commerce directors succeeding a Sci mrs. J. H native South texan and Mother of John l. Carlisle. Sr., of Alice died at 7 p. In. Monday after an illness of several months. Her death came in Alice where she lived for about one year. Rosary will be recited tonight at Moyer mortuary Chapel with funeral services to follow on wednesday at Skidmore mrs. Carlisle was born mar. 20, this Alice Board of t. Mas-jr., who resigned recently. His election took place during the Board s regular weekly breakfast meeting at hotel Alice. In other business this morning the directors awarded the contract of printing the chamber a tors 7 p. In. Brochure to the accurate print i Cook s insurer my company of Alice. The Low bid was $435.10 for 3,000 copies. Other bids submitted were from the Cain expect no support they have Alice news Alice Echo and tile not earned no Confidence they port printing company of Corpus Buckhorn Quot a a Rose do not strive to win a Christ Coyote a fall the Brothel Shivers said the nation will let Flesner District manager j valiant a someday recognize a debt to the of the United states chamber of South for its Diligence and per Commerce from Houston was the Severance in keeping alive the principal speaker this morning a state s rights principle of the i he stressed the need for a Strong live Oak group studies county welfare plan is. H Austin motors 8 45 p. In boys baseball Optimist Park Lions is. Rotary club. 7 p. In. Alice Bank and Trust is. Jay i is 8 30 p. Til. Al wan is Park gooks insurers is. Hat Badin Harvey Hans is 8 30 p. In. A i the Thea i Kes Rialto a the sea Chase a Rex a Thunder Over Sanco were 1865, at Papalote in Bee county later and had lived most of her life in j Ted Austin was named Prog that county especially in skid ram Chai Man for the next meet More. More recently she had fixed j ing to be held on july la. In Corpus Christi and Alice. I she was married to the late t John ii. Carlisle who died in Martinez charged requiem High mass will be said j in la a Tel mishap at the Skidmore Catholic Church j Jose Martinez charged with at 9 30 a. In. Wednesday with j parking on the Roadway and f ail burial to follow in Evergreen j ing to display flares pleaded not cemetery in Skidmore. J guilty Here to Aday morning be Moyer mortuary is in charge fore Justice of the peace Brown of arrangements in Alice with Fuller Galloway funeral Home of Beeville in charge of services at More. Pallbearers will be grandson t Roy and Lester Kring of Cor pus Christi r. J. And t. J. Car see Carlisie Page 6 Martinez was in id Nee lion with a i near Sandia in hum was Fata la following tin Fuller set trial Tine posted a charged in con Juno 2 Accident w Inch j. O. Gil y injured. Hearing judge for july 7. Mar $200 Bond. See Shivers Page 6 Aliceann s Mother is buried at Frost funeral services were to be held from first methodist Church in Frost today for mrs. Henry Keathley Mother of Harrell Keathley of Alice. Mrs. Keathley was 86 years old. Mccormick funeral Home was in charge of Orrange Nientsu. Survivors in addition to a son Here include five sons a daughter. 19 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. Six grandchildren were to sit As pallbearers. Local chamber and the development of Community leaders. Flesner urged economic education As a Means of combating Adverse Public opinion on operation of businesses and their profits. In conjunction with his remarks concerning a Community conference the directors voted to hold a similar meeting Here tuesday sept. 13. The conference will consist of one general meeting two hours in length with some too or More business leaders invited to attend. Speakers at the conference v ill include Flesner and Janu s g Roberts division manager of the United states chamber. Following their talks a round table discus j be c Hamber Page 6 wednesday vow auxiliary Bingo party vow Hall on Texas Boulevard. Rotary club hotel Alice noon. Oon Zajo Tri Vino director of j the county welfare services conducted the group on an in spec i lion of the county it surplus porn modify setup and other welfare services at the courthouse. I later in the morning the live Oak officials met with storm who outlined the operation of the entire welfare program 281 sub committee will visit Austin a Nix Crittl sub group of the Highway 281 committee will a j peat 12 weather City lets contract for pipe of s paving the Alice City Council award i mutate lilt re a Contr act far 2 too six Inch in Cost Iron j pipe Alamo Iron works m ill a Brief routine Sev to the bid was $1.61 3.5 for Cia. 150 he a i pipe ecu i cd by to l Lek san Antu Ilia Mach 1 in ii ply com pan y in by it 11 d a half cent 1< in or. But f deliver and i commiss Lone figurine unloading a and express exp Fen Ernes rear cled the coun Cli also it the j City Mal Elu estimate d Uii Ivan a facing uld be it h to Nam after i repro Amati i trucking Quot my Campania s of Cai her meet in with partly Cloudy and continued warm temperatures were fore cast for the Alice area again tuesday by the u. S. Weather Bureau in Corpus Christi. Low temp Rati ire tonight will Range from to to 76 with highs ranging from 96 to too wednesday. Vav kinds will he southeasterly k to in Miles per hour tonight Hemming 15 to 25 Miles per hour wednesday. San Diego Man is accidentally shot 81 committee Bel orc tic state Highway commis Ion in Austin thursday morning to seek a four Lane status for the Highway. The i cup which met earlier this month in Alice will ask that i the commission begin a Survey of the 281 route in order to provide the various counties with infer j mat Ion needed to obtain right of ways for the expansion included in the delegation will be Jim Wells county judge Wash j Stirn. Jr., and at least two of j tin county commissioners i ail Man s Slayer. But in Hor turn on the wit a Ness stand. Washington s Fiancee testified that she and the 29-year-old mustachioed negro i defendant were in Dallas on the Mala iwo died while attempt i ing to save his woman Pompan Ion from rape. Washington meanwhile. Re a Pudia Ted an alleged confession saying lie was beaten tortured insulted and starved before he i signed it. An Ull male. All White july is Healing the Case in District court i which adjourned it 5 30 pm. Yes i today to resume hearing of i testimony today at 9 a in. Miss Dorothy Rugendorf 20. Identified Washington a it the Man who robbed Poole Spartanburg s. C. Airman formerly stationed at Cornu by an Force base Here. She said lie loomed out it of the darkness robbed Poole and told her to disrobe. When Pooh objected she said a fight ensued and Poole was shot to death. She said Bright Moonlight allowed her to see j Washington a features plainly. J but miss Jessie Fay Payne about 25, from fort Worth said she and Washington left Waco saturday night april 2. And spent the night in Dallas at the Home i see a c used. Page 6> us Cool to asian Parley Washington. June 28. Up a Secretary of state Dulles said today russian failure to discuss German unification at the Bis four Summit conference would throw doubt on soviet sincerity toward easing International tensions. Dulles said the division of Germany is a world problem which contains the seeds of greater evil. Any realistic Effort to promote peace must include work o n German unification he said. Referring to remarks by soviet foreign minister Molotov last week at san Francisco Dulles said Russia appears to have lost interest in getting Germany unified. Molotov had spoken of the East West division of Germany As Likely to continue a Long time. Dulles said he deplored this attitude. He added that if the soviets really desire to Advance the cause of peace they will talk about Germany at the july 18 Summit meeting in Geneva on other subjects Dulles told a news conference i the shooting Down of an american patrol bomber by soviet fighters Over tile Bering sea last week seems to have been a Quot trigger Happy Quot incident not something which represents a considered policy on the part of i the soviet 2. Dulles told Molotov at san i Francisco that Russia should pay the full Cost of the loss of the plane and reparations for injury u s to 7 of the la crewmen but i Dull s does not yet know what j the total Bill will to nor How the clo in will be pressed. A 3. The United states and Hus Lia appear to in deadlocked Over russians idea of holding a fat \ East conference to include red China As a participant after till Geneva meeting. The United stall is feels nationalist Chilla should j be present Aud Russia disagrees. 4 Dulles does not Rule out the i see i Lees. Page 6 trucker says Trio attempted to Hijack him Gem a Marin a Driver for Lea que Ines truck lines of sail Antonio monday night reported to the Alice police depart Lent that he had been the object of a pos Sib i tacking near the Kingsville cutoff on us Highway 281 South of Alice. He told police Al 9 15 p. In. That two no n and a woman in a Chevrolet car tried several times to Force i truck off Hie Highway he also said that the Trio fired several shots at hint and his truck but missed. Police later searched for the suspects belie cd in route to Alice at the time but reported see trucker. Page 6> jury commission begins work Here is county work of St or at Surv Lee Hon to am rangers claim Lead in triple murder Dickinson tex., june 28 of pm cd the announcement last my Texas Ranger capt. Hardy Pur j that robbery probably was the vis said this morning that the motive in the fatal shooting c identification of the airman mrs. Ruby c. Mcpherson Ber i sought in the Tuple haying at \ year old son and her Mother. Dickinson Quot would be made Short officers still Ila it been Ursa by Tun a y the comm Lawrence Lee Cone Lozano Valentine i won Tai it Hail Sion was made of William Swope of Alice and Ralph Emu it Aud Fred a Grove Purvis also Dine to cd that the murder weapon was a 22 Rifle not a .25 Caliper pistol us authorities had thought earlier the developments today follow to in wit ii us of All Oil was seen on John m husband la Nill w l i re j m Ida 0 ii a 11 Dice a. In Pau 4 to pita her e tue. Tymo min ii it i rom in shot w Molder. I in i s rial Garza w a oui j Cit of Honda get in i Hoine at sat t. Diem Oval chief Dei duty scr Iff pct tense said it Carz a had Dis charge id that t. Or i i in 1 Lite la Ltd round it p Uhm Only self attendant t fifes to ti11 nos the d c fairly food 4 St i a a i s i Onesi Hon n the 3hqqi f Duval co was love i a tip t Iii. Til n Sim re of Texas Street Winch lies i tween Craig and Iowa streets. I not to n residents of the arca had appear j Sullivan cd before the Council two Wei what he ordered Mary Ann Virgi Bael of Jimmy Harts head Cli. However decided it hit ordinance after demanded i rom Barber in Chi Vage d them then was a j match Hida y pm Kelt hat and hat the state health Rici Barber fun shed guided approx o requesting that the Section j department might Ake oui tin i a ventured Nea to Denim to see buy Page by i i3een sported. La Iti Egnoto it it puss ii a Ica glances i opinion of ii la Pup by surfaced or blocked off m or Morgan released on $1,000 Bond Here j s. Morgan indicted a ish District court gland jury july 17. Was i a leased Bere monday of Lei noon on a $1,000 Bond Morgan is charged a the a my Hiame Merenas 111name w a % w i the he no of indictment pen teat. 44 my $ i i Ochi w ,100 Horn v i an Sluis More port la i . It ii Fischer. Gel Ray Daks it fired on by in in ugh in in Kodiak Alaska a in Tiah men aboard plane escaped off cd la o 11 Lac. Aud it and la co Pilot Aud Pilot of Navy bomber Beng sea stand Betta map tailed report of incident. Eleven i when Kin it crash landed hrs a i v in photo lolling a t d Blankenship said. A i feel Strong about it a to rangers said last night they had no new i did leads a we want that eat Ranger Johnny Klevenz t u n said. A when we get it Vwg la know a lot More about this he a dded that nobody other than the big a a airman was being but rangers and police were put sure the Man a an unman Antei Lan g la in is

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