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August 19, 1953

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Œhr Paro Nrœs-Œrihmr Page 1 4 — Waco, Texas Wednesday. August 19, 1953 -----------------------------------' Confucian ReMgnation Of Premier In Rejected Richard B. Kleiman, M. D. Amit<*ntie#» Ih» •pent«* of lit« *ftW« for Ik* pnrtlr* •! latera» i medi cine 115 South l$\h Street B? Appointment Fb*met (Hfie* 4-«SSt; Ke». i-111* TAIPEH, Formosa <I*-~ Following Confucian tradition, Nationalist China's Premier Chen Cheng submitted his resignation today out of resnect to his mother, who died S u ti « a y. President Chianjz Kai- Shek, a* expected, turned it down. "We're going to have a new , garage r We're getting a big new porch, so there /" Truce Has Little Effect On Booming Business WASHINGTON.* Aug. 18 <*~The truce in Korea has had "little immediate effect” on the nation’s booming business, the Department of Commerce said today. The department’s monthly report on economic activity said business this summer is the best for any summer on record, with private and governmental spending continuing strons through July. The report, dealing mostly with Their parents have discov- ^ . lake advantage ot e,*d th. odvontog« of a thjj friendly ,oan Modtrniiotion loon from t0 make your this Association. home comfortable, to keep it up-to-date and m good repair. Whether you need an extra room, redecorating, concrete work, fences or a new roof... you can depend on us to arrange an easy-to-pay loan. Barbecue Founder Jasper DiMaria Rites Set Today w Funeral services for Jasper DiMaria, 75. of Clifton Street, were held at 9 a. m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Bellmead. Rev. Mahoney officiated. Rosary was read at Wilkirson- Hatch Tuesday at S p. m. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mr. DiMaria was born in Italy and came to the United States in 1891 settling in New Orleans. He moved to Waco in 1900 where he operated a saloon until 1918. He opened a barbecue stand the first Waco had ever had. in 1918 when saloons were closed. He operated the barbecue stand at 105 Clifton for 35 years and up until the time of his death. Mr. DiMaria became ill shortly after going to bed Sunday. He was taken to Providence Hospital where he was pronounced dead of a heart | attack. Surviving are his son. Tony, who j helped his father at the stand and will now take over the business, a (brother, Joe DiMaria. also of Waco, and a grandchild. conditions in July, included these details: 1. Industrial activity—Production in the steel and automobile industries were at near record rates in July. New construction spending in July totalled almost $3,300,000,* 000. That was higher than expenditures for new construction in any month during the past year. In general, industrial activity continued high into the third quarter of the vear after allowance for the usual slackening in the vacation period. 2. Manufacturers’ sales- For the third consecutive month manufacturers’ sales in June were above the 26 billion dollar level. This put together the biggest three months on record foi manufacturers’ sales. However, new orders continued to fall off and in June were half a billion dollars less than in May and five billions below the new order peak reached last September. Inventories continued to increase in June in both manufacturing and trade industries. 3. Personal income—Continues to rise at a moderate rate and consumers are continuing to spend their increased income. Higher wages and salaries in non-agricultural employment have more than offset declines in farm income. 4. Employment—Civilian employment continued in July at about the June rate, with latest estimates placing July employment at 63,100,000. Unemployment was the lowest for any July since World War II, with 1,500,000 persons seeking work. SAVINGS ASSOCIATION *0« AUSTIN AVE. • PHONE S-1541 New High for 6-Month Period in Oil Output LONDON i?*—World oil production hit a new high in January to June this year with United States producers setting the pace, the authoritative Petroleum Information Bureau said today. The six months’ total of 332 million metric tons including natural gasoline was the best on record. It compared with 312 million in the first half of 1952. GC to Renew' Publication Of Pamphlet Next Month Th* Waco Chamber of Commerce will resume publication of its monthly house organ. Waco, with the September issue which will be mailed to the Chamber membership sometime within the next two weeks, an announcement by Chamber President Pat Taggart stated. The Chamber dispensed with the publication of its monthly magazine following the Waco tornado In May, Taggart stated. He added that the resumption of its publication is in keeping with the Chamber’s policy to reinstate its regular services as soon as possible. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO ITEM PAGE Be sure to watch this page each week for Special Order Savings, from Sears 100,000-item catalog. 3 "HOWS’Of SEARS CATALOG SHOPPING how easy ... You »elect items, sales clerk handle* details. Do all shopping in one sfore. ♦ 2 * MOW SPEEDY •.. A rgth ticket Ii pvt on year order! Home delivery arranged if desired« 3 HOW THRIFTY ... a Catalog orders placed thru our store save you money-order C.O.D. fees and postage! * For Men or Women Shoe Type RINK SKATES ft' «SWf* 15 45 P»Jr Plus ¿hipping Charge An odjiistoble oction bolt gives you the correct skating oction. With bright, nickel-plated sole- plate. Top gram leather shoes with Goodyear stitching and double soles. m CfRIK n vow motu# JlnnJ You Cen Shop By Phone! Coll 4-1331 the very ne*t time you need something. Ask for Catalog Shopping Service. Purchases Totaling 20.00 or More Cen Be Modo on Seers losy Payment Plan. 516 N. 18th WACO Dial 4-3531 Open Dally S:S0 A. M. to *:on P. M. Thursday !t:00 Noon to f>:00 P. M. Natiirday *:»« A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Rest Ordered for Envoy WASHINGTON (.?> — Assistant Secretary of State Walter Robertson, who played a large part in arranging a truce in the Korean War, has been advised by his doctors to get some rest. He has ulcers. cjCiterani Cjuidepoót By WILLIAM L. RYAN UKRAINE UNDER THE SOVIETS, by Clarence A. Manning (Bookman; $3.50) The seed of bitter hatred for the Russian Communists still finds a fertile soil in the Soviet Ukraine where the Kremlin has erected an eternal memorial to the savagery of Moscow's passion to subdue minority peoples. Prof. Manning, noted Columbia University scholar, has compiled a detailed study of the Soviet sub- iugation of the Ukraine, particularly timely now when that policy is bearing bitter fruit. When will Ukrainians ever forget the horror of Stalin’s drive to collectivize their farms, of his artificially induced famine in one of the richest agricultural areas in the world? Prof. Manning writes: “The bodies of the dead lay In all the villages, along the roads and in the fields. Special brigades were formed to bury the dead, but they were too weak to collect all the corpses, and these were devoured by those dogs which had escaped being eaten and had gone savage/* When win the Ukrainians ever forget the long lines of starving people, queued up in those awful days of 1933, begging for bread at the mills, dying of starvation in the streets? When will those who were children then forget how they were picked up in vans by the Soviet secret police and thrown into concentration camp* called “the barracks of death?" “It is difficult,” the author says, “to estimate accurately the number who pvished in the famine, but It was approximately 4.800.000 . . . Certain other calculations will place the number between 5 and 6 million.” This is a vivid story of how the Russian Communists set out to make the Ukraine a Russian province, to impose Russian language and Russian culture, to make the ] entire economy serve only Mother Russia. Even with Dr. Manning’s plodding and often awkward style of writing, the picture stands out stark and clear. Wacoan Charged In Stab Murder , On Prison Farm John Hayter, 20, of Waco, serving two years in prison for automobile theft, was charged with murder Tuesday after another convict, Leroy Martin, 18. was stabbed to death with a pitchfork while baling hay on the Ramsey Prison Farm in Brazoria County, a story from Huntsville said. District Attorney Tom Moore Jr. said Hayter was indicted for automobile theft in Waco Jan. 6, 1953, pleaded guilty two days later and was sentenced to two vears by District Judge D. W. Bartlett. No details of the slaying were given. T —Jrowdu — y/eivcomerS May we greet you with the GREEN and GOLD Gift Certificate Book? “ALL FREE" The GREEN and GOLD book is filled with certificates and invitations from the finer merchants, one of which Is— THE MICKLE STUDIO WACO WELCOME • SERVICE mHom§ Owned and Operated" Sine* 1949 DIAL 2-9956 BOX 1 JtS—ROUTE NO. t * During Twe wiwter of 17»177$. PANIHEt BOONE TRAVELS FROM ONE CHEROKEE VILLAGE TO ANOTHER URGING THEM TO ATTEND A GREAT COUNCIL TO BE HELD AT SYCAMORE SHOALS ONTME WATOAGA RIVER IN EASTERN TENNESSEE ‘AND- MARCH 17.1775, AT THAT COUNCIL. RICHARD HENDER50N.F0R THE TRAN5YLVAMA COMPANY. BUV5 20 MILLION ACRES OF KENTUCKY FROM THE ICXANS FOR « SO000.00 -OR A CENT AN ACRE/ AND BEFORE TWE TREATY IS FWAL BOONE IS LEADINQ A PARTY OF WOODSMEN WHO HACK A RUDE TRAtt INTO KENTUCKY- !T!5 'THE WILDERNESS ROAD‘ SO WELL LOCATED THAT fT IS TOCW A MAIN HIGH WAV-tfS Z5(t\ “We'd better be getting home—your father sounds much too cheerful!” “You humiliate me so, Waldo! Everybody has an idea about what to do with the UN except you!'* Training Course For Volunteers Set at VA Center A fall orientation and indoctrination course for prospective volunteer« at the Veterans Administration Hospital wrs announced by Dr. George T. McMahan, manager of the VA Center, Tuesday. The training course will be held Sept. 23 in the music room, basement, Building 7 at the VA Hos- S ital. Classes will be held from :30 a, m, to 12 noon and X p. m. untjl 4 p. m. Hospital psychiatrist and other professional staff members will lecture on different { )ha>es of mental illness. The fol- owing training films have been | booked for the occasion: “Shades of Grey,” "Return to Reality,” "Voyage to Recovery,” and "City ; of the Sick.” Upon completion of the eourse I * a 4 io fcours at stxviaa, the appli­ cant receives a certificate and becomes a certified volunteer. An interesting course has been arranged and all persons interested are invited to call Special Services Office, 2-6581, Extension 253 at the hosplta for further information regarding the course, Dr. McMahan said. Hiram Bingham, member of the U. S. Loylaty Review Board in Washington is a former Yale professor, former governor of Connec­ ticut and former U. S. senator who is credited with making some of the more important archaeological discoveries in Peru. 3ÊÈÊÈ*JâÊt,, làxmtAtìkL ... ». jh ? lirtjril« Steward«»»« Mangled In Boat Mishap Recovering LAKE ARROWHEAD. Calif. OB— A pretty airline stewardess who lost an arm and a leg in a motorboat accident Sunday has rallied and apparently is out of danger today. Attendants reported her condition very good and praised particularly her mental attitude. The injured girl Is Boni Buehler. 23, of Hollywood. Her left arm was , sheared off by the propeller of a speedboat when she fell overboard. Her left leg was mangled so badly if was amputated. 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