Evening Journal in Lubbock, Texas
7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Evening Journal (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Lubbock, Texas Russian grab for disarmament initiative expected final edition for classified am 11 confess or die gis problem due to be major Issue in in soviet Homb and korean armistice influence question by Max Harreison United nations n y Many u n diplomats believe rus Sia will make a dramatic attempt at the forthcoming general As Sembly to seize the initiative on the stalemated problem of disarmament and atomic control these diplomats expect the so Viets to come up with new proposals dealing with both conventional arms and with atomic weapons including the Hydrogen bomb there has been some speculation that foreign minister v m Molo Tov himself might come Here to present the proposals but this has not been confirmed to become major Issue the disarmament and atomic co tool question already is on the As Sembly Agenda it is generally agreed it will become a major is sue of the three month session opening sept 15 two developments Ince the last j regular Assembly will have an important bearing on the discussions the korean armistice and the so Viet announcement that Russia has produced an bomb russian last major proposals on disarmament and atomic control came in after the first announcement that the soviet Union had exploded an bomb Bop cd Down Ruih the Western Powers took the 01 wember of associated and of fat leased ire service by by called entered u second Clima ult to tin pit Offutt Lubbock Fem under act 01 it Rob 3 1878 24 pages today vol 29 no 260 Lubbock Texas the Hub of the plaint monday september 7 1953 Adenauer wins election feeds threats fail to Block landslide win Lead at the 1931 Assembly session pro Western party gets majority of parliament seats by Don Bonn Germany Ger Many launched americas ally Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and his pro Western government Par ties on a new fou year term of of fice today in a landslide election Triumph defying soviet threats More than 27 million German voters also threw All the communists out of their parliaments lower House crushed a feared nazi comeback and turned thumbs Down on socialist pleas for German neutrality in the East West struggle in Paris and came up with new in Europe most important elec plans these led to some slight Tion Synco world War n the West soviet concessions but the discus germans gave an overwhelming soon bogged Down again endorsement in yesterdays voting some delegates now feel that the i to american backed recent bomb May Ford a dramatic Opportunity for new proposals whether or not it announcement of the h1 program for rearming West Ger Lay have been timed to atm in Watn he West was deliberately timed it does provide a plausible reason for re opening atomic control discussions socialists Trail the grim visage old German statesman Christian Democrat the korean armistice has a Bearty won 244 the 4j7 seats ing on the disarmament Issue Bei in bundestag lower cause virtually All delegates par1 that was a majority of one to Leviti t ten try pc lip r Al Ern Powers against the soviet titular by those from Western coun for the no single tries have insisted that there could be no reduction of arms while the korean conflict continued reflected in report both these developments Are re fleeced in the Brief annual report position socialists with 150 seats of the u n disarmament come Adenauer also could count Nom Mission adopted aug 20 eight Days j Inalie on support of the 15 after the soviet Union exploded its i seals won German party first bomb i the third member of Liis govern it is the commission i ment coalition since 1919 doubts i love glamorous Star admits Rita Hayworth says she will wed Dick Haymes in Nevada German party has won since be fore world War and with the 48 stats captured by his allies the free democrats Adenauer held a commanding margin of 97 seats j trailing far behind were the of Gaid that recent International however that he miss Charleyn Turner 20 year old blonde from fort Landerdale was chosen miss National am vet during the National convention of the american veterans of world War ii in Indianapolis ind miss Turner is 5feet 4 and weighs 116 pounds Las vegas sept 7 actress Rita Haworth con firmed today that she plans to marry Singer Dick Haymes who is facing deportation in fact she said she is in Las vegas for that purpose she said i love him and will marry him Here in Las vegas As soon As the flame haired Star drove to Las vegas i yesterday and1 checked in at the Sands hotel where Haymes has been staying since he listed Nevada residence last month during a night club engagement at the hotel the Singer has two More weeks to go to Complete his residence qualifications and it is expected that his divorce will come through about sept 24 Haymes said that the marriage would Takei place in the Gold room of the Sands with Jack ent Ratter co owner and general manager of the hotel As Best Man it will be the fourth marriage for both miss Hayworth declared she was 100 percent behind Dick in All is apparently she referred mainly to the de see Rita to wed Dick Page 6 Rita three others reported missing checker play hears finals fourteen perish in Chicago tenement Chicago sept tenement fire Early monday killed at least 14 persons and police said three other residents were Unac counted at least six of the dead were Small children fourteen bodies were recovered from the of the South Side four Story apartment building1 and pronounced dead at county Hospital police Rescue squads continued to search through rubble of the destroyed building Lor three sons believed to be missing and j Bers of one family three other Vic feared dead Tims were Young children in an one Mother lost two children her other family own Mother a Grandfather and a most were asleep Stepfather in the fire another police squad car officers Ray woman identified the bodies of her i Hederman and Dan Creedon were three children i credited with saving the lives of the election outcome was a catastrophe for the Kremlin and a your move this was the word at 8 a m As contestants in the third soviet Premier Georgi Malenkos had tried to scare the germans away from the Iron willed 77year Day of play to determine those Contes Tants who will enter the finals checker players from Texas Oklahoma and new Mexico were and warnings that soviet occupied East Germany could never become to a West Germany re i americas Side Complete official returns from the 242 West German voting districts showed of the eligible voters cast ballots see German vote pro 6 events will create a propitious at1 include this faction in his Moshere for the reconsideration new government of the disarmament question warnings Are Given see disarmament pasta 6 four escape Kansas jail Oklahoma City sept police were keeping a Sharp Lookout monday for four men who locked a Kansas sheriff in his jail and escaped the Highway patrol said no authentic reports of the men have been received so far although they were reported headed for Oklahoma a Rumor that the men were in the Tulsa area proved false the four men stole the Automo said today Britain May lot u s awards of and ported near Drosc in Southeast experts see the British atomic the tourney is Bung played in Kansas just North of Miami Oma tests to be held next month m Der inc rules and regulations of the men have been identified As Australia the state checker association and Tialii reek Pueblo Colo the mail a staunch supporter on the double knockout system Basil Kingsley among the competing players Are five Texas champions or sex champions and three Oklahoma champions or sex champions those from Texas Are Sam Bing some of the victims All negroes were killed in their bedrooms by the raging flames and others died Jas they tried to flee several residents leaped to safety from upper windows two men who jumped from the Tri state checker Tournai third floor were taken to Michael Reese Hospital with broken legs five of the victims were Mem As and Oklahoma were present said d g Kulms tourney presi Dent forty one players from these two states were present Sun Day morning As play began in the Navajo room of the Caprock hotel the three Day meet is Thearg est checker event in the South West and is second Only to the National checker tournament Cash awards due previously divided into three London Fol the daily mail i groups players competing for Cash u s experts May see British tests ovum Odessa Tex of prime minister Church ills gov eminent said the move would end e Smith k govt in said the men pulled him charge of atomic secrets Between i smrt themen Purita Nairn b 1 k govt so i the Wall of secrecy that bars sex against the jail bars took his and keys freed themselves and fled shortly after saturday mid night Yale professor is drowned at Beach Chilmark mass j prof Wendell c Bennett 47 new Haven chairman of the Yale department of anthropology drowned in a heavy surf off South Beach yesterday his wife said they became concerned about their daughter mar tha 12 and Bennett went into the water after her the girl made Shore but Bennett failed to return Hin body was not recovered Australia and their american ally the u s atomic Energy act forbids relation of american atom secrets to other countries several of the apartment residents after they spotted the fire and ran through the Smoky Halls of the building giving the alarm firemen said the fire May have been caused by a cig Aret butt the flames raced through two four Story apartments after mid night when most of the residents were asleep prisoners say torture used to Force lies reasons Given for fantastic stories of germ warfare by Robert b Tuckman Inchon Korea greying Marine colonel and a Young air Force lieutenant said today there was Only one Way out of Confes sing germ warfare charges death i could either die from their mental treatment or serve my country better by giving the communists the fantastic information they said col Frank h Schwable who was freed Only yesterday from a red War prisoner Camp in North Korea life or death the chinese gave me a Choice of life or death they put words in my Mouth and i said them said it Floyd b Oneal Fairfax s c both had declined to talk with newsmen yesterday when they were freed in the last hours of the korean War prisoner Exchange other fliers returned on the final Day of Exchange said the reds got the confessions they wanted with torture ranging from mental cruelty to letting maggots crawl inside a wounded mans ear Schwable and Oneal met news men after a Days de scribed How the reds relentlessly ground away at their resistance with threats physical torture and unceasing questioning branded As fantastic asked if the charges were True the 45yearold Schwable answered it is fantastic that anybody could believe that sort of thing could be used it is utterly Fantas tic they have enough fleas flies and mosquitoes in North Korea without our adding to Schwable was captured in july 1952 when he and his Copilot maj Iroy h Bley of taboo were i shot Down Over North Korea on feb 22 1953 the red piping radio broadcast a Long Confes Sion saying Schwable took part in germ warfare under direction of i the u s joint chiefs of staff the broadcast said he was aiding in plans to establish a contamination Belt across red Korea can take so much Schwable said today a Man can Only take so much i told them i would stand be fore god and swear that germ warfare had never been used yet they never asked me to swear that my confession was True All they wanted was words with signature truth meant nothing see c01vfess or die Page 6 conference set in Denver today Dulles denies Riff with Ike on foreign policy problems by Marvin l Arrowsmith touched off angry Denver of state criticism abroad in West Germany for example from horse Power to Hobby Chrouser 19montiiold son of or and mrs Ralph Chrouser of Stratfor sits Ostrie a play horse that keeps him in the backyard Hes one Man that decided to wait before trying autos and highways again in a neighbors car borrowed for the he ripped through a baseball Field Slid past Home plate and plopped into a Stream five feet deep is Mother pulled him out unharmed the car suffered a lot Barbecue set for Union members Parade launches Holiday activities Dulles declaring he knows of no rift Between himself and president Eisenhower confers with the chief executive today regarding a Vari Ety of foreign policy problems Dulles arrived at the presidents vacation Headquarters from Washington last night for the labor Day conference and was asked by news men who met him Airport or Secretary is there the socialist party denounced dul Les endorsement of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer bid for re election by the time Dulles stepped from his plane Here last night Adenauer had swept to a landslide Victory in yesterdays voting in not Dulles com friction Between you and the pres rented with a smile any j d u do see Eisenhower Ham three times Winner of see checkers pase 6 the ident touches off criticism Board to handle Ralph White fund May be selected the weather North Central and West Texas fair monday no kit and tues Day not much Chnape in temperature East of nor and mild monday Mth tuesday Gimle to moderate mostly Northeast winds on const South Central Texas generally talk end Milia monday and tuesday gentle to moderate mostly Northeast winds on me coast official readings As recorded by u s Wrather Bureau municipal Airport m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m so i 2 p m d m a m n m r m a m a m n m a m h m a r m Sun sets p m today Sun rises b maximum minimum humidity humidity a m to Day the Ralph White memorial fund stood at Early today with indications that a Board to administer the Money will be named this week per haps tuesday Irving l Jones who with Guy c Victory Heads the fund drive said they plan tentatively to ask six men to sit As a Board of administrators so far response to the fund to Aid the 24yearold widow of the detective who was shot to death by a burglar has been excellent hundreds of Lub Bock and South Plains Resi dents now living in other places Over the contributed generously several contributions were received Over the weekend list of contributors Ira l Williams brim Jin can Lac and Hale or f w j Ali rec sours Intel Iciek co Kytrie my loan louder h Karl John a Friend Zdyr Meadow two men escape i injury in crash Dallas men escaped with minor cuts and bruises when their private plane snagged a Power line and crashed into an unoccupied House yesterday in Ellis county b h King 24 and t r Marks 51 both of red Oak were in the plane As it approached to land on Marks farm Kings wife and last night but the two men were scheduled to get together today at t i1 the presidents Lowry air Force not that i know the Cabinet j base office i officer replied what fore my prob the question was prompted by a e flames rage a Texarkana Texarkana fire raged through two buildings in downtown Texarkana Early today destroying four businesses and heavily dam aging two stores the Blaze gutted the old Vic tory hotel being used As a Ware House and roared through the cup j Board cafe Rosys photo shop Fowler drug co and but rams Barber shop the heavily dam i aged stores were the Wellworth variety store and the outlet store four persons Hurt fire chief s f Walsh and three other persons were Hurt in a two car collision As the fire chief raced to the fire injuries were minor i others Hurt were or and mrs 1 Leslie f Clag hone Dallas and mrs Tommy Clag hone Texar Kana it was the seventh labor marched in Lubbock a downtown Parade at 10 a m launching Holiday activities for various labor unions it was business As usual for most of Lubbock retail stores which were closed until after the morning Parade but which later were thronged by Dollar Day shoppers labor Union members and their families were to be served a bar Becue lunch at p m in Mac Kenzie state Park the morning program at the Elk Tricia workers we labor Parade prize to inner were it Rel electrical workers Union a inn Ken Nklan Kite and key theme second in Borer Union no 357 Ului a hands of Unie theme and third electrical Auxilio Arr wit ii a Queen o Home a ice Park included 30minute pre luncheon musical presentation by Bernie Howell organist and an address by or e n Jones presi Dent of Texas tech Public schools closed at 2 p a kids time was slated at which Johnny Williams telecaster was to be master of ceremonies in charge of this event were to be the Rev David Zacha Rias and Jack huddle during the afternoon games contests and variety entertainment were scheduled at the Park for Union members and families a s Berg was to be in charge at p there will be a program of specially numbers and Folk music Jack Starr telecaster will be master of ceremonies and into the night there will be Square dancing on the Tennis courts of the Park Public schools of the City were see labor Day Page 6 Holiday weather mild mostly fair student accused in three school fires Holder sept 7 a 15yearold High school san Dent accused of trying three separate times to Burn school Down was under of simple arson in Holden today sheriff Taft Faust of Lar Ines ton Parish said the boy set three separate fires in two Story Brict High school building because be did not want to return to school total damage was estimated at s500 Faust did not disclose the identity of the boy i Accord Ance with a Louisiana Law which bans publication of names of juveniles in police stories deaths blamed on Hurricane Boston in four drowning and numerous boating accidents in new England were attributed to Hurricane Carol As the third big blow skirted 50 Miles East of resort Island Nantucket today and headed out to sea toward the Bay of Fundy the Hurricane that churned the coasts of new Jersey and Long Island with heavy seas is expected to bring Little More than fresh Gusty winds today to most of new England dense fog and heavy seas attributed to the seasons third hurricanes approach numerous accidents in new England four persons drowned and published report that Eisenhower summoned Dulles to Denver be cause he was gravely concerned and displeased by certain dul Les statements last week on for eign issues on saturday the summer White House called the report Complete Soe Dulles Ike Page Wainwright burial scheduled tuesday Washington Flthe body of Gen Jonathan m Wainwright the hero of Corregidor Lay in state by assistant presidential today at Arlington National Ceme press Secretary Murray Snyder j Terys first Man Small Craft a 78foot generally fair skies with temperatures were in the weather or More were rescued by the major fire j forecast for the remainder of the coast guard As Small Craft in Texarkana since april 2 when labor Day Holiday swamped or capsized the International Crews voting and construction co burned nine died aug 3 in the Avenue hotel fire the Texarkana milling co burned april 6 the Texara Rock Wool Plant had a fire april 18 in ill la Vlaudy the Only report of rain sunday Ashing vessel was wrecked when was 02 of an Inch at Brownsville it ran aground in fog off Gloucester afternoon temperatures ranged i Harbor from 83 in Galveston and Tyler to trouble expected 97 in Presidio fringe winds of 50 Miles an hour the live Oak county sheriffs swirled Over Nantucket police an added however that he personally did not know what Eisenhower others were standing in the Yard reactions were to remarks Dulles watching the land there was no fire had made on the issues they dealt with West Germany India Trieste los Angeles shocks Lone Star state Pride More texans found residing in California than in Dallas so honoured since the unknown sol Dier burial with full military honors will a tomorrow the general will be interred alongside the grave of his father maj Robert p p Wainwright the body was brought to Washington late yesterday Helms suit shop burned May 5 office at George West said the Sci rated no trouble As the and Riverside Box co warehouse i nieces River went out of its Banks was Well battened Down after and caught fire May 8 sunday but the flooding was not Vance warnings of the storm serious the weather Bureau had i the storm passed new Jersey pilgrimage head warned livestock raisers to get and Long Island at distances rang Corsicana annual Odd Fellows Lodge pilgrimage to Char Itable Homes in Corsicana and Ennis Drew about persons yesterday lunch was served on the orphanage grounds Here to Mem Bers of the roof and Rebekah their animals out of the lowlands j ing from about 100 to 200 Miles of the nieces after a heavy rain i out at sea brought High water two Cabin cruisers in new eng most persons forced from their land Waters with a total of at least houses last week by floods at fal123 persons aboard were sought Murrias Alice and Kingsville were see Hurricane Page 6 Back in their Homes sunday Lovesick Man missing in rented plane los Angeles sept 7 this May come As a blow to the Pride of the Lone Star slate but there Are More texans living in California than in Dallas this shocking bit of information was dispensed glee fully today by the los Ange Les chamber of Commerce which reported that per cent of All Are nov residents of the West coast state Carl p Miller chairman of Angeles c of c re search committee declared it is surprising consider ing the vaunted Lone Star Pride that we have More Tex ans than natives of any other state although except for Nevada Oklahoma sends a greater percentage to California than any other state Miller said okla Homans live in California As far As californians mov ing out Oregon leads with nearly Sun kissed natives Florida has contributed to the California Cen texans face Good afternoon in today journal threat of suitor to Fly to death Over Pacific revealed editorials Cpl Slick returns 7 father Gills Daub Rater 7 missing Pace Sec new Trieste plan curious reporter news about people 11abor Unity urged radio to programs i society news sports j today comics Texas deaths National tax 1 1 1 1 6 4 45 7 8 9 Berkeley sept 7 bizarre threat of a Lovesick suitor to kill himself by flying Over the Pacific until his Light plane ran out of fuel was revealed today As authorities searched for the missing Man Robert s Woolsey 32ycar Highway Engineer and for Mer air Force Pilot disappeared Ina rented Singlee Gine Beechraft Bonanza in which to took off saturday night for Buchanan Field near Concord his Fiancee Mary Faith Wil Ion of Berkeley told police she had refused Woolsey plea that they get married immediately and recalled that he had frequently told her in the past if anything Ever happens to our engagement i will get into a plane and head for Hawaii and if the Gas runs out that will be the plane in which Woolsey vanished had gasoline for Only four hours of flying when he took off after filing a flight plan for san Diego the civil aeronautics authority and the Hamilton Field gee Lovesick Pace 6 modern bathing mils have prac j tidally eliminated the fellow who i used to to to the Beach to watch the gulls now 790 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