Clovis News Journal in Clovis, New-Mexico
7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Clovis News-Journal (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Clovis, New Mexico Radioactive shipment t gtd Awa off he Irit shipment of Adt Ftfe Cobalt to be out of North amen ocl today id Hospital in nor Thierh if ttys ook Pould Lead muted steel cont meter the precious Tab of against cancer left Ottawa Len we will fee shipped to the civic Hosp Taj Al Lone Sentinel Mexico a ctr 25 136 a wire new 8 pages Lonic Man stood Gimp to lot Lay at his tent Days was the scene of frenzied activity Exchange of korean War prisoners the Only others in so rat were men who were picking up shoes and Elotha Nett re by tied captives the last race week Adenauer in i ii no i american officials View vote Fri powerful Western Victory by John Scali of als joyfully hailed Chancellor irad Adenauer German elec Victory As a massive Diplomat defeat for Russia and a Power gain for Western vacation in was expected id a message of congratulations the West German reflect the keen satisfaction Felt by entire administration Secretary of state who Fried thursday an de it would be a said m not surprised when informed Knauers pro Western forces had a sweeping Ulles made comment at the port in Denver after arriving by plane for a round of secret for eign policy talks with the Presl u Dulles was not most of his aides Adenauer smashing Triumph tar exceeded the most optimistic prediction of key officials who nervously awaited returns last wondering whether Dulles Las minute endorsement1 of Aden Auer might Adenauer s opponents had denounced Dulles action As meddling in West Ger Many internal As the vote for Adenauer coalition swelled to landslide proper officials hew grew progressively More certain Dulles unscheduled support did not Cost Day death Oil hits 431 the associated press lit least 431 persons were dead accidents As the 78hour labor or weekend moved through its Al Day Lesis than hours before sum a first National came this was the toll of traffic mishaps had 324 forty died of miscellaneous Acci safety Council had ices assault with Early weapon rap charges of assault with a deadly Capon May be made tuesday in of the peace court against Man arrested by police Linday night at Santa be its arrest followed a footing in housing project in Irth West have tothe la there be estimated before the Holiday be Gan that 440 persons would die i traffic mishaps during the 78 hours Between 6 Friday local time and Midnight the Council forecast was slightly More than five deaths an the average was maintained the first Day of the then it dropped off a with rain in the Midwest and in some other of the the Pace then later it fell behind the Council estimate Ned Council presi said he expected the Prevol iday estimate would be reached then probably exceeded after trav Adenauer Voles if the crushing defeat dealt the communists and the righting German political parties especially pleased diplomatic experts on that wonderful said one official when he chief of the German Max Rel had been Dulles chief aides saw the Aden Auer election Victory and Long far More than averting the disaster Dulles cautioned even More they the overwhelming scope of the Victory serve As a almost unexpected stimulant to Pep up the faltering drive toward Western european the most repercussions should be in they reelection of Adenauer moderate plus the re sounding defeat suffered by the Neo nazi should ease the French fear of a revival of Hitler Type they this should reawaken the inter est of France and other countries in approving the proposed euro Pean would link Holland and Luxembourg into a single uniform Adenauer big they was in effect a vote of Confidence in the european army since West Germany under Aden auers leadership was the Only Jia Tion to Complete ratification of what Moscow reaction will be to the humiliating defeat suffered by the communists in West Ger Many is impossible to the probably were banking More on a Victory by the social the Elers Start inclement who were opposed to German 5 finn or Aalto or will an important As Dearborn last years labor Day Holiday period claimed 558 including 432 an traffic the record for this was set in 1951 when 658 persons died of All in that year 461 per sons were victims of traffic Acci also a for Theoli rather than on gains Row Holdback feared by in Seoul freed on the final Day of operation big switch a troop ship for Home today while fears mounted hat the communists had not sent Back All americans who wanted o the command prepared to hand the communists a list of missing like Harold Fischer of Swea a Sabre Jet shot Down 10 migs before falling to re turn from a Mission Over North Korea april two Days later help Long radio said Fischer had been yet the big korean War prisoner Exchange ended sunday and Fis Cher was no among the last 111 americans for three Allied Intel gence officers have complied a 1st of men believed to have been operation big switch returned operation Little switch in april returned some americans died in the minus the names of All those will be handed the communists shortly with the demand that they produce or account for the missing the last group of returned Amer incas added a bitter finale to a month of stories of brutality in red these were fliers under relentless physical and menial Tor signed false confessions that they waged germ they said they did so under a Strain that buckled human endur some held out for months but the reds continued their Tor Tures even after the a Kansas Pilot captured 1 months ago said the reds Wen still after confessions As late a Early a few hours be fore they handed Back the last o the prisoners said wanted t last Hopes for the return of la chord Albright faded sunday High when Ted com mar Der of the cloves Altman told the associated press de Nils of the ill fated bombing mis Ion which saw 10 of the 12 Crew All into enemy hands and two hers apparently Sharon Albright monday morning sold she didst think there we any Hope for her Tiv Mosul no in action in Cut b29 Down by the reds july in a Telephone conversation with Harris in Tokyo the associated Ress Learned that one of the two us song men was killed in the Ilane by enemy while the Ither fell to his death when his Ujj Irachete failed to Harris would it identify which was which cause of the 10 survivors of the b29 acre freed on the last Day of the prisoner Exchange Mother of a two ear old plans to talk by the dwindling communist parly the Richard Vos in the Western now that both the socialists and communists have los substantial by along with the re tinged All German Peoples at the very least Moscow will review its Ger Many policy to devise new tactics to Block Germany return As a military new journal staff photo top Money winners in the worlds championship steer roping at mounted Pat Olarena sunday were Everett holding the first place Tro Phy Glare second place Winner and Cotton fort Onira Shaw took Home in prize continued growth is assured for steer roping meet Here the worlds championship steer doping will continue to grow Asa better event sundays performance at the mounted a Lorarena raving shown continued growth since Sev to years the steer roping1 Day brought the largest paid yet with about went with Well prom a the Barrier Wra Iott wet show showed Why he or the top performers in if cow at grew Early stew5 he ones brought a Large cheer from the audience and he continued to amaze the crowd with spectacular trips from Home for his of won the average first place also had three firsts two seconds in the Day Zurich bi4 in Shaw in Tho Pool for finishing out of the brought the i Geist bid with 4w the total into the was Ramey bid on then dont like him very bi4 quitting brought a the stands were filled to City by with the bidding Start the Luft went everyone the was in Fine it ha4 been slowed and dragged and wat tired twice before the events Start hardly it bit of dust thrown against the Kee Ross Captain of the mounted presented the trophy to t was old business of said he Finall confessed when the reds be maggots crawl Over his oper wounds and into his another Marin Frank put it Sam Pityou either confessed o other american the transport Gen Inchon drip Korea West coast for try across the about 300 free americans will be aboard the Shi when it leaves Early tuesday of san three More die on state roads by the associated press new Mexico highways hav claimed three More victims sofa Over the labor Day weekend boosting the years total of High Way deaths so far to Niney Earold Rudy Martinez o Bloomfield died yesterday when car struck the bicycle he was Ric ing near Donn Frederick bus of and 75year old Joseph Fowler died in separate Buskirk was killed in a two a collision six Miles East of Carlsbad on Highway his i and two children were j the wreck As was the Driver c the other o whose Home town is no died near Grants on s Highway state police said was walking in the Middle of the a car driven by Joseph Moul los attempted to miss Fowler by but the trailer which Moulton was pull ing ran Over the elderly Hurricane carol1 Heads out to sea Boston Iff four drownings and numerous boating accidents in new England were attributed to Hurricane Carol As the seasons third big blow skirted 50 Miles East of resort Island Nantucket today and headed out to sea toward the Bay of the Hurricane that churned the coasts of new Jersey and Long Island with heavy seas is expected to bring Louie More than fresh Gusty winds today to most of new dense fog and seas at trl Blued to the seasons third Hurricane approach caused numerous boating accidents in new England four persons drowned and 40 or More were rescued by the coast guard As Small Craft swamped or capsized 78foot fishing vessel was wrecked when it ran in fog off Gloucester last Hopes for missing cloy is Richard fade labor reminded of asked to unite by the associated press labor traditional endow summer brought to Amer can workers today new reminders they Are better off than their counterparts in Othet but the reminders were accompanied by declarations tha they should be still better off from two powerful Union Lead Dave Beck of the Al team sters Union and John Lewis o the United mine workers came pleas for Unity in the organized labor president at his vacation Headquarters in is sued a statement saying american workmen mock the false insinuation that economic Well being can be purchased Only at the Cost o political Are the fatal answer to Raver yet ror an aggression name o concern for the very workers who lives they the presiden a tinge of politics seemed Likely o the plane commander when he a turns to this 22 years a canner on the his and live in cloves Sharon was notified by the de sense department sunday that her husband was not among those repatriated in the prisoner still missing from cloves also is Monro three traffic accidents Here americas in landslide no injuries were but raffle accidents were inking their were not completely j the right front fender and door of alexanders car had about and Hanson left front fender damage was estimated at in cloves saturday night and sunday As the extended labor Day weekend progressed past the mid Way three accidents late saturday night and Early sunday resulted in an estimated dam police Mont Cost of three was the trocar collision at seventh and Alain late saturday involving cars owned by Boyden Brake shop and Ted 2901 Waldhauser 1950 Chrysler suffered an estimated damage to the right while damage was reported on the right front fender and Grill of the 1941 Buick belonging to Boyds Brake investigating officers said that Waldhauser driven by Larry Duane of fort was turning left from East seventh onto main when hit by the Boyd vehicle travelling eastward on just after a minor Accident at seventh and Thornton resulted in damage to two a 1947 Buick driven and owned by of cloves air Force was enter ing the lot of als and hit a 1953 Chevrolet pickup driven and owned by of is the truck was investigating officers Fishers car sustained and Lewis fender May result Ina repair Bill on the a act of collided it fifth at sunday an eastbound 1951 Chev Rolet driven arid owned by William of Sci Oak air Force and a northbound 1942 by Don Germany Tiv Kwesi Many launched americas Chancellor Konrad and his pr6western government Par us on a Tate Nihof flee today a defying soviet More than 27 million also threw All the communists Oft of their parliaments crushed a feared nazi and turned thumbs Calist pleas for germatineutraluj1 in the Bast West Strugg Tei in Europe most important Tion since world War weak germans gave an endorsement to Adenauer american backed program for rearming West Many in Alliance Ern Powers against soviet the old Icerman statesman Democrat party won the party won 243 this 487seats Lett the bundestag was Only one seat no1 single Man party has won since world War seats capture by his free democrats Aden Authel commanding margin of Wesea Mckinney arrives today Leroy Mckinney will be Home the cloves army sergeant will arrive on train 2t shortly Niter 2 this afternoon to be welcomed by the of in a Homecoming arranged by the a dumber of if Ckinney was released from korean prisoner of War comp nearly three weeks ago after being held for 27 arriving with Leroy will be his and Mckinney who were on hand in san Francisco when he do Brucd from Tom Marine adder in Tunny and miss Joyce Ann who hoarded the to Nln soviet Premier miss Llcy and tried to scare the Ger former president Truman who scheduled a at de his first devoted primarily to Domestic issues since leaven the White the Republican controlled con Gress came in for attacks by pres ident George Meany the adj and Secretary treasurer James b Carey of the Meany said on a cog television program yesterday have1 gone backwards in labor Day a year and he declared we think the 83rd con Gress has failed to do the things that Are vital to the welfare of the american on an Abc radio pro said the new Republican regime had brought benefits Only to big business he reape1 wind Chevrolet driven and owned by John of 101 South both Drivers swerved to avoid a collision As soon As they saw each but their Maneu vers to gnaw who new won More than his share roping Long f Amilar in the was Back Ujj his horse but Only to help with the Calcutta Moore was Arena con Duson sj4 he did a Quirino returns Home Eipidio Dollar Day bargains promised on tuesday cloves merchants tuesday be come bargain specialists As they exhibit a full septem Ber Dollar Day special featuring worthwhile buys in every Une of housekeeping decorative extras and a thou Sand and one other item get Tho Cut Price treatment tomorrow the businessmen lure shoppers with unexcelled offer and smart shoppers wont ignore the take advantage of the potential ravings and shop during Clove Dollar trailing far behind position socialists Adenauer afto Cou Kif finally on the scats won by the i the third member ment coalition do were thai should include this inf new election outcome tast Rophe for the Ara Triumph for the United y Secretary of state Dulles Adenauer his open endorser peaceful and quiet As labor Day starts Clov Sites were apparently spend ing the labor Day weekend peace police reported Early Mon Day and sunday night traffic at the police station was almost one arrested was turned Over to the county jail late last and the Only other inhabitants of the City jail wre a couple students seeking a place to the two one 19 and the other came into police head quarters about monday morn and were to leave Early one of the youths listed his Home town As an the second was from grand Ney plan to in the welcoming1 delegation will to mayor chamber of Commerce president Stanley Clove air Buso commander Conn the air base and other Mckinney and party will a police escort to the Only Block from the Home of Tho rms Harrison who arrived Home three weeks ago 32 escape death in plane crash Mcchord air Force Iff a Northwest airlines helplessly through foggy wallowing almost crash landed and burned Here Early the 32 persons aboard escaped but were injured or the passengers included three the plane burst into flame As us Russell Bird of away from the old Chancellor with and warnings that see rage 8 14 perish in attempted to land with Only one wheel Down and two engines Only nine of those injured remained in hospitals today and physicians said none were in Seri Ous new journal goes to press to enable its employees to observe labor Day the Clovis new journal was published Early Charles Fischer the new journal went to press at but because Public school held classes Carrier boys did not begin regu Lar delivery until the usual regular delivery during week Days is after 4 drunkenness charge Man arrested saturday night for drunkenness and assault sunday posted a 550 property Bond to guarantee his appearance in police court at 3 this after first arrested for assault on a complaint y his the Man was later charged with being intoxicated As police put him into the City jail four pos return san Francisco or four new Mexico fighting men recently re leased from imprisonment by the communists in North Korea Are aboard the transport John Pope which is to arrive Here wed they Are Francisco Gar Las Cruces Francisco Las Cruces Rudolfo Alamogordo Loyc Albuquerque and sgt Daniel Las Chicago including seven Cal Drehr oled to Day when a flashed through an tour Story building in a congested Section of the South two on be four Story also were fire officials said they find More bodies the taller at 3616 state housed an estimated per police the residents of the other two buildings totalled 75 additional forty pieces of firefighting equipment fought the reportedly started in the rear of a business establishment at 3616 state the neighbourhood is heavy populated by damage to the is at by fire marshal John thousands of rious attracted to the cause of the fire was not immediately x the victims were most of their police had lived on the of Iford and fourth floors of the building at 3616 state new record flight tries set by aviation writer Ohio Sabre jets and a helicopter try for new world Speed records at the nation Al aircraft show the hell copter also will seek a new Altitude featured event is the race against time by Stan Ley commander of edwar4s air Force in the annual Thompson trophy flying a North will try for a for 1qq kilo can f86d new record won by Fred Ascani in an f86e at an average Speed of i Holtoner is aiming at the world Mark for 100 Kilometres registered by Queline Cochran in a Canadian f86e at Edwards fab last june the contest is sponsored by Thompson Cleve land aircraft parts another air Force Harold Tom Collins of Quirinq returned Home today after 10 weeks in the United states for two he made it Clear be intends to Detroit was for reflection n held in was he will follow a closed course around eight pylons a route Over parts of three Ohio the last Thompson con will try to exceed miss Cochrane Speed for a new world record for the 525 Kilometre in this sponsored by general electric aircraft Turbine the pilots Best 15 Kilometres out of it 25kilometer run is1 flying an Wil make two passes at the straight away the 98yearold formerly of port is stationed at nearby Welgh Tepatte son the helicopter attempt will be made by Russell stationed at Eglin Dobyns will Fly a Piasecki yh21 work horse helicopter in a try the world Speed record Over a straight in 1948 at Cleveland by har old Thompson in a Sikorsky the world Altitude record of feet set at in bikes stolen from in front of shows theft of two in front of downtown Clovis Heaters was reported to City first Bike report was Given to police by War who told officers that her sons two Wheeler was taken Between and 5 sunday while he was attending a show at the Mesa Homer 1109 re ported the second Bike theft jus before Midnight he Sale the machine had been taken from in front of the Sunshine the Farmer bicycle was recover e4 this when police were called by residents in the 500 on weather the inc 7s Wees Al 9 today to Cly Vav Al s a Ftp quirk this morning was 62 at 5 pc Iota while the High reeling at Ami were rccorde4 at Ivetter Public service Power y Kew a kilo generally Niche Anu Little in hitch today no Low tonight 30 to 4555 by in the same Type of Sikorsky he at 1 Wilt Oil map t a Civ m afraid he had kills daughter of fearful that he was suffering from Pancer might have to undergo an operation prompte4 Herman w Nasle to is invalid daughter she be left the i Plant eau daughter Betty Virginia to death As she slept wheelchair sat urday 3t police have booke4 for of first degree Betty Virginia was a Al Ojiri of cerebral palsy the the Ritter to interview Jug Srsa wow Law he ha4 an4 she wou4 have no one to care for knew eventually i was going to do s44ing that the thought of pitting his of misery haunted of with the help of a House keeper at one knows better than i the torture she went he she was completely help i dressed f4 her and looked after her every she was a swell kl4 ju4 but my mind is elea a Jwj what j 414 was the bes a Way a har4 thing to but for the first time in years i feel at i killed her because f at 1 killed her because i came five years ago from new City with Petty Virginia another l i Llan now it first lieutenant in the army nurse corps at Mew i Noria she flew her Fere yesterday Nagle said he has another Daugh Mildred Girschick of he expects her to come Here tomorrow with her Hus who Nagle sai4 is an at detectives described the slaying As a which Harry Coroner rule4 to poverty poverty Ana i 4ont gel at no sooner to Yser door Thim out the Hui Lohf in o Cloyis All in at once if your was due to wounds

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