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Taft Believes Aid to NATO Can't Be Cut i WASHINGTON, Au.c ll. 1 * (AP,)--Sen. Taft (K-0) said : today he doesn't believe m i l i t a r y aid to Western Europe can \ be cut any sizable amount by Congress under present ; world conditions. i However, the chairman of the Senate Republican Policy ; Committee called for a reduction of about one half of the : proposed $2.2 billion foreign economic aid. told a reporter he think.- TROOP TRAIN WRECKED--Three cars of a troop train carrying more than 300 Marines are shown near Simmesport, La., wrecked and .burning after the troop train crashed headon with the Southern Belle, fast passenger train. Kansas City Southern Railroad, operator of both trains, said at least 11 persons died in the crash. Sixty others were injured. (AP Wirephoto). Louisiana Train Wrec Toll Rises to Tati tolci a reporter i it will be necessary to authorize i most of the $6.3 b i l l i o n in foreign ! military assistance asked by the administration in a pending $8.5 billion bill. ·May He ChcujK-r' "It may be cheaper for us to spend our money in providing new arms for Western Europe than to spend it on our own defenses," he said. Administration witnesses strto'-s- cd fins point in testimony bef-ffc '.he. Senate foreign Relations and A i m e d Services Committees, saying t h a t European costs sire low- Chrysler Adds Model to Line DETROIT, Aug. 11. (AP)--A Chrysler Saratoga m o d e l , with just about all the engineering advances incorporated in the Imperial and New Yorker models has been added to the Chrysler lino. The new model, of slightly shorter wheelbase, is being shipped to dealers in some sections of the ; rr thin those in the Unitei.l States. i Tall, a potential c a n d i d a t e f o r ; c o u n t r y . Others v.-ill be sampled : : h e i!TC Republican presidential i p u m i n a t i o n . said he doesn't -want ! to be party to any action w h i c h j would make it more d i f f i c u l t for ! Hen. Dwight. P. Eisenhower to Corpus Chnsu CALLER-TIMES. Aug. 12, 19 5-D Jordan Accuses 10 For Plotting Death Of Kin Abdullah AMMAN'. Jordan, Aug. 11. '.T and Col. Abdullah El-Tel. T h e y Eight men arc under arrest and two presumably will be tried in ab- others. outside Jordan, are accvis- sentia. r-d wiih them of plotting the as- Kt-Tel commanded Abdullah's sassiiwUon nf K i n g Abdullah. who British-subsidized Arab L e g i o n was sUin Julv 20. Three nf the : f f c . cs in the Arab-Israel: fighting at Jerusalem in 1948. He eventual- prisoners are relatives of the lv denounced British influence in exiied m u f t i of Jerusalem, H a j t h e legion, wiarroJed w i t h the kin? A m i n E! Ku.s.emi. Another is a | a n d flod to exile in Egypt. Roman Catholic pries'. ! Commenting on the charges, he Premier Tcwfik Pasha Abdul Hu-; da announced the charges at a news conference today. He s a i d ' the investigation has been completed and the case submitted Accuses Jordan The colonel accused the. Jordann gdvoi-MiiH'm of lorgery. (liytu.-- . - t o l d n reporter in Cairo: "1 have been out of Jordan two , .years now. Does that mean we have been plotting against Abdul"; lah all that time?" a special military court which will open the trial here, in a few d a y s . ' . . Twenty-one persons once suspect- led of a connection w i t h the death ion of facts, terrorism and torture . , , v . in its investigation of the case. |of the monarch at a mosque m the ,,,, rha ,.,. e ., t , 1M , , h o p ^ M i i o r · old c i t y of Jerusalem have been 1(t)( | production inci'ear.rs. Prices: not yet been announced. j ; The newest model in the Chry-| : slcr line is powered w i t h the b i g i ISO horsepower V-S engine.i S1MMKSPORT, La.. Au;. 11.'stale police chief, said a miscount ' C p l . Chester Louis Lipa of VY-troil. ( A P ) -- T h e d e a t h toll of the. h e a d - ; w a s madu at the scene diw to the; 'Up.'i was lusted by .Marine h e a d - - ' O m a r N. Bnidley^ c h a i r m a n of the on collision of a Marine t r o o p ; c o n d i t i o n of the bodies. , q u a r t e r s in \Va.-;hiii£Un. D. (.'., as;.iuint Chiefs of. S t a l l , have testi- t r a i n n n d a passvnger streamliner i - e to I] k n o w n dead today. ';through the wreckage for Hie Eight v i c t i m s of yesterday's bodies of other possible dead or crash, which ifijured at least (10: i n j u r e d . O f f i c i a l s of the persons, had been identified b e - K ' i t y Soutli-oni Railwny fore rescue workers cut through;operated both trams, «nd they bo- t h e Uvi.'.led wreckage today a n d j l i e v e d :ill bodies had been recov- f o i i n d t h r e e more borlies, one he-|ered hut did not discount the pos-' lievrs to bo t h p : ody "f a Marine, j s i b i l i l y there could be more. Stale police reported a t o t a l of j Charred Ileyoml Ki-i'iigniiion five bodies were found today b u t : The bodies found today wei-e 1alr»r said this was incorrect n n d - c h a r r e d beyond recognition, Com- t h a t only three bodies were c u t : : i e r .', C. Robert said, til one of . Salvage crews continued to h n n t ' t h - . M a r i n e who lost his l i l e h u ' . - f i i M any cut in the funds requested whose body could not e found will be bought into existence. last night. In a d d i t i o n , the bodi- Changr in \"n-u|oitif m a k e a success of his e f f o r t s to:.^,, nl ., st powerful car engine cur-! Ir-ing N o r t h A t l a n t i c Tact defenses: ,. ent | v j n production heretofore has: into being. 'been a v a i l a b l e only in the Chrysler 1 Military leaders, incku.un- Ou...\,,\v Yorker and Imperial lines. The new Saratoga has a idS'-j; inch wluelbase. S t a n d a r d e q u i p - j m e n t inehldes Chrysler's "pouvi'"j h i a k e s which u t i l i z e i n t a k e m a m - ; fold vacuum to m u l t i p l y t h e brak- J i l t f } F ON KKDS--That s i n i s t e r orb of Maj. Louis Montoya, Denver. Colo., bodes no good for Communists in Korea. The director of t a r gets at Fifth Air Force headquarters in Korea scans one of ;t grouo of a e r i a l photos showing Kcd b u i l d - u p a r e a s before choosing targets lor laclica! a i r h i t s . ( I V S . A i r Xorce Photo v i a AP \ V i r c - photo'i. held. A young Moslem t a i l o r who did the actual shooting was by Abdullah's g u a r d s at t h e scene. He was Mustnpha S h u k r y Ashsho. 21. TAVO under A r n - M Tcwfik r-.islw said the r.x-ri some of his ministers were responsible for the situation which caused the k i n d ' s death. His argu- m e n t was t h a t they surrendered he Israelis without ;t fight in im- (Ml British orders, and "this led to ·:der iirrest arc Dr. Mousa A b d u l l a h a Jewish victoi-y in the war. " Kl Husscini, IVwfik Salch Kl Htis: Tru- exile-.] m u f t i also has denied and Or. Daoud El Hussemi. any connection w i t h the shooting Or. Kl Khury El Ay.icl, a CVdwlic · priest Inns p r o m i n e n t i i t i o n a l i s t circles in P M l e s t i n c i Abed iMahmotid O U k e h . Xak.-.ria M a h- : m o u d Okkeh. A b d i l k a d c r t V i r a h a i and K a m e l Abdiill.iii A t k a l o u t i . The o t h e r s :'cr'!--.i,i ui-"- ;,v'viiti fi.-d n;; Mi-us.'i A i m u - r l Kl A v o i s b i Kansas of two Negro w o m e n w o r n km ml Taft s support for the l o i i - i p i . J^JT power of t h e h v d n i u l i w h i c h ; under the wivckage t i n s a f t e r n o o n , im i 1 i t a r y request. represents , n ^ system. Chrysler engineers say Other dead included seven c r e w ' s o m e t h i n g of ii c h a n g e in view- ,| u , Brakes require only one-third members of the t r a i n s , and :\ pas-' point. He opposed t h e A t l a n t i c I'.-K:'. : n lt » )10( j a ] pressure of regular oar sengi-r o n t h " s t r e n m l i n e r . l h e ' i n S o u i h e i n Hell-.-, who died of :inl h e m o r r l m c c K . flic free of the debris. Col. 1C. P, Roy, i t h p m WHS believed to be that i|u b e g i n n i n g and questioned i n t e r - , t) 1t ., s»r.!ing 01 A m e r i c a n troops to J K u r o p e . I-l'e f i n n l l y agreed 1 The "71 M a r i t ' e s who r s ^ a p c d i j i s i g m n e i i l of s.i.\ divisions injury left. R-ilon Rouge today t o l a s approved by t h e Senate, t r i p f r o m Camp he- j ' SAN Kn.WlSCO, Anew hope t h a i .Ma.|. l i a m T l . n o l h f - r s t h a t r of war. Althougit he was n Red f i AT \ V i i F . Dean, missing since t h e Although f r e e d I ' m t f d N a t i n n s parlv d?yj; of the Koron War. mav prisoners n ported they had been he alive.- m a Red prison c a m p was ( o | ( | c,cn. Dean was a Red c a p t i v e , offered today by one of a trio o f . i h e only tangible e v i d e n c e to his top U. S. leaders b u c k from the i a t e u -;is turned up hst March, . continue tii.eir 01 j (.Mine. N. C.. JThey l « f t 33 ; !il:nic Troop Tr:'.in Blame for tV.,: placed by *K('S of crew of tin- troop R. H. S u t l e r . KC on' of I r a n 'porl'M troop t r a i n w.-i a ^ a i P s t t h e t i m e ca !lie .Soul'-eni r.eiie p r i n t e d in:;!riiri 'OILS ; ; t t l i P r said a l l i n f " | - 1 e i ' j i i j i - i ( | tfi s i d e ! r a c k nyiMlt^-s hro - A :'nv sii'.Ae'-i.v -ii;-n as !hc :-'oiilhr---'i I'1\ ·n tl-e s-inio t ' - a r k . Mo s-aid t ! e t r o n n t i - a i r i ' i n ' O!-.;I,,, VP . t a k e n lo a suliiv: ;'t b"liev-;i n i . T,.-,,. oit.'hl nvles south ··ollision si-ene, or. at tlV-l.- 1 s i d i n g at Lottswort.h, I.: ·niles south of- th« ;;efr-\ H Ka.id .rexnmisiiulilv for of !!-! t r a m , wc'S o n i i f i l v h-tween the eoiv'udor mil T i n n e r . K i l h e r of the'v;. |- "0!tld orf'.er Uv t r a m t;:' t h e n i n ' n t'-,ick n t r"i-.* t i brakes require only pedal pressure of rr. b r a k i n g systems. Available at e x t r a cost are P b i v - slor's hydraguidt- power - nssisti-d '' Cl : steering- nnd its- t l u i d - t o r q u e drive. .'Die n e w models will h e b u i l t m .,.,,,,,,,. T:v(t's JiUiUute a p p n r e m l y is ,(-; v o body styles-six and oighl p:iss-. J ' l l ' J ' " ^ at, h a v i n g u n d c r t a U e n the t a s k . ;,,,,,,,,SP ,-|ans, limousines and town m :iny. Au and countrv w a g n n s . Ike Travels to Germain to Inspection i| ; ,,uch he lias SOUK t i m e s opposed Abdullah's- policies. 1'Jarred f r o m Jerusalem by the British when they ruled Palestirm under a League of Nations man- d a t e . he is l i v i n g in M g y n t . Hor-e ·M his f a m i l y led a kind of private A r a b i i r n n in the old c i t y of .Jerusalem d u r i n g t h e Palestine warfare u n t i l A b d u l l a h ' s legion took over t h e dct'iTiic The old c i t v renvn"S m Jordan's control. Israel controls th- new o i l y , to San I'lie;.'!!. C a l i f . injured behind. | Kisenhower must b e g i v e n f u l l i support. Friends said the Ol!io:'.!i u as'resents charges t l i a t he would try t h e ' to h.amstring the gonenll'.s e f f o r t s oeiuuse Kisenhower also m i g h l ecome a llepuljlic; 1 .!! presidential undtdate. T a f l ' s c a l l for a cut in l o r e i g n c o n i i m ' i - a-;si:'tHiice !'und s seems .elv t o g e ! s i i p p o i t w i t h i n t h e n a ' e committee-,-; d e a l i n g w i t h :i !! t h e House Foreign A f !' n i r s least l O . C ' o m m i H e p a l i r a d y h a s e i i t hack .1.- I V M - - I ' to ?".'«.% b i l l ' c n . The H bv V o l t - To End Strike fighting front. when a V'N graves r-."; Lt. Ocn. Frank W. M ' l b u r n , U. S. team found a helmet l i n e r First Corps commander who arriv- ed to be D e a n s in the area heed here today for reassignment,!disappeared. said "it is very possible Dean i s j The helmet liner, hearing the a. prisoner of war. Several Chinese! two stars of a major gem ml and captured recently said they h a d ; t h e insignia of the 21th Division, seen. Dean and thai he is a pri-;\vas found four miles south of Tae- soner.' 1 : j o n V The liner had !.).-,;:: !-i-"ken by The ftl-vcar-c.ld Dean, r o m m a n . a bullet. der of the" U. S, 2-lth I n f a n t r y D i v i - j hast Sent. 30 President Truman sion was last si-en .!«!' 1H. 1950, i awarded members of Dean's l:\m\- when he set out to lound up s t r a g g i l y the Congressional M e d a l of Hon- If.rs as hard-pressed U. S. forces,;or. If w;\- the first such high hon- retreated from Taejon. Korea. ; o r Tor the Korean W a r . The next d a y , a.« North Korean The o t h e r two U. S. b n t i l e l c a ( l i ( , 1 T ^ , , v ,,,« ] ; i n p f armor forces pushed U, S remnants i e i s aboard the transport II. S. N. SJ M ' .] n - nn ., n ,, 0 V_c back toward the Pusan Beachhead,:Gen. E. D. Patrick when it d o c k - . m i d 1 N - I t h e pi there were reports Dean had beeped here were Lt. Clen. Edwaij.1 M . i e f f o r i s a n d pe.ttin ambushed by a Red column. Periodic Reports Since then, there have been pe ! vote on s h e m e a s u r e t id by Umise ' The House e o n u n i l l e e c i m i n i c n i n m i l i t a i y a i d f o r OAKLAND. C a l i f . , A u g . I I . ( A P I AFL iron workers voted today to end a s t r i k e w h i c h hn-i t i e d up "M s'.c'-l f a b r i r a t i n ^ p l a n t s m 1 h i s a r e a , i d l i n g l,::nu n i ' - n . A n t h o r j y Y . i ' h a i \ M i e . u n i o n -.erretar-.', s a i d (he vote I'olh-Y/ed a g i e - ' M i r - n t hy ·-·nipl".V'! to m a k e a in pen-en! pav i n c r e a s e rel!'C':irt!\'e to ,1 u ! y i v ! . - i v ; i Th,, j, ; ,,- bniisi \vill a.moui't to c e n l s a n Kurope a i d for g these N'l-'KLORRt'CK. Cer- 11. i A P i -- r . V n . Dwighl I D . Kisenhower c a m e to G e r m a n v i j t o d a y for a n i n e - d a y v a c a t i o n n n d I inspection of A m e r i c a n d c f e n s e Voices f a c i n g the Fast. · A c c o m p a n i e d by Mrs ; e i t i l e A t l a n t i c Pact · f l e w f i i s t to t h i s Ing- i; I j u s o . (rim w h e l p N:I?.I P l a n e s once look oil' :.\llied bom hers. Five h u n d r e d m e m b ' , and t h e i r f a m i l i e s cbeereii the- s m i l ( i n g , s u n b u r n e d g e n e r a 1 a s h e ( s t e p p e d fi om bis silver C-.'i-l--the "Sunflower U." lenders of A m e r i c a n A i r Forces in Kurope including Lt. Gen. Lauris Norstad, their commander in c h i e f , wen: also on hand to greet him. " t Ivivo s een A m e r i c a n f i g h t i n g men in n i l p a r t s of the globe. But I have, never seen a base more a t t r a c t i v e t h a n t h i s one. I nni no! young, but if 1 were 1 would Ilk e an a i r m a n on this field." Kisonhowi'r J o i n e d the field ami c h a t t e d w i t h s e v e r a l -Hrnion. . . n e n Lt. Robe:! \V. M e r r k nf R i s h o p v i l l e , p. r, t o l d the g e n e r a l h a i l r e c e n t l y be-n forced to · i i t c h hu- jet m i h r M e d i t e r r a n e a n . Kisonhower s m i l i n g l y q u i p p e d : ,,f ( i , e | a n d J'.J-'j m i l l i o n in m i l i t a r y i.^-t t o ! Asia Hiid the P a c i f i c , m:\kii u " t w o j t o t a l s $r..02rt,000,l''0f) and S530 j l i o n . respectively. sa-'"tv! In H separate i n t e r v i e w , Sc-n. : of ])rociiring an abortion for a.n d : \-!dr-d jGeorgi: lD-!^i"l advocated c u H i n g , iS-yenr-old girl. The charge was a speech," Kisenhow t!-e o n - : S 2 billion off foreifin aii'.. c o n t e n d - ; filed F r i d a y by County A l l y . J o h i i ' l u - i n g introduced by rol. Robert e sa-d in" the bill for assistance a b r o a d ' A . Young. " e i i t t . the w i n g e o m m a n d e r . " D o n ' t m a k e ;i p r a c t i c e of l h a l . " i " e r ' s Thr genera! a m i Mr--. Kisenhower!^'^ [ ·iccompamed by hor mother, Mrs. j Tohn S. Dond, l a t e j - motored hi 1 -!,*,,., ' S a r n u s e h -- t h e "Fnropenii p 1 a y - i ground" for A m e r i c a n troops. Shu Machine Fines Assessed Against IVo Texas I t a n g e r M. \V. Williamson coiniscated and destroyed two old- type slot m a c h i n e s Friday night near PnnqueU- and operators paid lines t o t a l i n g $L'7L' for having them i,, in t h e i r possession. ! Charges were filed by \Villmm- ·irtn in J u s t i c e of the Peace Uonice Young's court n! Bishop. The ma- c h i n e s were Ml cent and '" cent devices. U ' i l l i a m s o n said. A. C. P u l f e . o w n e r of Hift'e's Store, was fuveri $15" plus $11 costs and Hugo Turner, owner nf Ttlr- Placc. was lined jion plus Q ii, the m a m t r a c k t e = ! of t h e iS'lT-r. Fl.-'-m.iti Snrx i \ - s All m o m b f r s of ! , , j i i · riodic reports he had _ b e e n _ s l a m . Almond, who commanded the Tenth!cleared for t r a f f i c had Corps in Korea, and Air Force;jmrjnssible for him ' to Maj. Gen. Edward W. Timberlake, j.Johnson on the matter. former vice-commander of t h e i The e,r?sh occurred about |v in ];r over tli'- ho |i nnn t r ;m .\eept fla^innn e\-epoit. Snt.tci ihe m a i n line made it question _.:_:' i Fifth Air Force. Group Calls Meet Navlor's Hearing a.m. (CST) yesterday as the ,,.,,, , Some 400 troops and dependents j tra-ns, running a.t nearly 55 miles j ft ' oula f a r ifrom Japan and Korea were also; an hour, met head-on at a clou' l e i estimates, aboard the ship. ! Say Reds Building Up o f i ' m a v rewc.li S.-IO billion in the next but t h r e e yciir s unless sharp reduc- P ' ' i t i o n s are made. George's suggest i o n lor a cut didn't, specify w h e t h - er it should i n c l u d e m i l i t a r y as w e l l a s economic a i d . l ! s estimate nf $40 bill.on c u m p a i e d v n t h t h e a p p r o x i m a l e i y SSS b i l l i o n e s t i m a t e d by S o e r e l a r y of S l a t e Dean Acheson -for f h e t h r e e yen r period. George, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, said the administration's plans for outlays overseas call for spending which exceed Mr. Acheson's Doeior Oul on Bond Dr. R o b e r t S. Mosley was freed from Niuves County jail shortly mil-! before noon yesterday when he ; posted a S2.SOO bond on charges .Tile j nsl ( \^ ns i m ^'oing to do', lunver is scheduled Yo inspect"vari-l H - L - ^lotk. The complaint was procuring an abortion for a.n ;; | 0 S p 0 n sl|f .[, H KOO( { show w i t h j o u s U. S. troop elements stationed|takoiT by Elmer H. Theis, assistant ,'er said a f t e r ; in G e r m a n v . K u r t h e r rest, w i l l fol-1 county attorney. Gawlik posted a low. The Eisenhowers plan to re-;$200 bond pending; trial in county A n n A clmrse of driving while intoxi- O f f i c i a l s said they will rest Uicre' ( ' alec! vv:ls f i 'cd yesterday against '"is weekend. ' jU'illiam Dyonix Gawlik, of 419 On Mon , 1ay an(1 Tuesday. Eisen-' F a i l ' v i e w - b - v Highway Patrolman The to Paris l e o u r t r-ii lave. The tliree generals agreed that | west of Baton Rouge. La. |the Koren peace talks now under-! Coroner Roberts said t h a t jway are providing the Com-[would conduct a hearing soon curve in this flat cotton and tim-i Chairman Connally (D-Texas) of her country some 60 miles north-; the combined Senate committees T?/'iTT7 .I\L* n imunists "an excellent opportunity"; place blame for the wreck o f f i A meeting of the Citizen's Rights j t o "build up their forces on the p e - j c i a l l y . Association will be held at S p.m. jninErula. | " ~ Monday in the courAy courthouse.) "Our planes have been knocking; nri?~V~ Purpose of the meeting is -to!out so · many enemy trucks a t j - t J - v A discuss the hearing on the writ of (night, there's just no question w h a t j habeas corpus of Harold R. Naylorjthey're up to," Timberlake declar-j president of the- .association. Nay-led. ·', lor is charged with violating the - G e n . Almond remarked ' w e hac] recently . enacted city ordinance| Just, better be ready, .that's all.' j that prohibits the keeping of more Gen. Mdburn is to report to Fort j than P 12 chickens and keeping|Mo«^e,_Va,^ unfeclosed^ ro- War College at .,, Barracks, iPa., and Gen. Proceedings are to resume at| Timberlake is to assume command .. _ 10 a.m. Monday before Ju d g e\ of th e Ninth Air Force at Pope Air i strong argument against a Harry M. Carrol of 105th District jBase, Fort Bragg, N. C. i physician's theory on a polio pre Court. . Monday's meeting was called by Naylor and attorney Bryan Wingo after a committee meeting held yesterday afternoon. I All .interested persons' are i n . vited to attend. Several speakers. j s a i d he doesn't see how military h«i funds can he reduced much while to : , strenuous efforts are being made to build nn the free world's defc-n- SIVR .strength. chickens within 100 feet of a re^"^^ dence - '- [Carlisle Rabies Shots Assailed As Polio Preventative HOUSTON, Aug. 11. who will be announced later, are to appear on the program. Two Local Men Among War Dead Being Returned The bodies of two Corpus Christians will be among the 485 war dead scheduled to arrive at San Francisco today aboard the transport Virginia City. They are Pvt. James C. Adams, son of Claude. Adams,' Rt. 1, and Cpl. Ernest D. Taylor, husband of Mrs. Omah R. Taylor, 113 Edwards. A total of 31 Texas war dead | will be on the ship. Bodies v.ill| be sent with an escort to the poin 1 designated by next of kin. Wins Infantry Badge pfc. Frank Smith, Jr., son of Mrs. Joe Smith Kingsville. has been awardel the Combat Infantryman's Badge in Korea while sen-ing as an infantryman with the Fifth Cavalry regiment accod- ing to a delayed report received j Yesterday. Visits in East The commanding officer of Cab-i aniss Field, Capt. P.. R. Briner, is in Carlisle, Pa. At the home of his wifn's family. He nnd his family nr« expected to return here in a few weelcs. PLAYMATE FUND--These children flocked to a neighborhood candy store in Pittsburgh, Pa., to put nickels and dimes in a box to help buy a new arm for Playmate Janet Cooper, 12, whose right arm was amputated after a fall from a swing. More than $200 has been contributed. (3 1 ) -- jventative came out in Houston to-i Wacoi d a v . j Mrs. W. A. Stieghan said her i son was struck by polio s e v e n , years after receiving rabies in- i lection treatment. ; j Dr. Herbert E. Hipps, orthope-i (die counselor at the Waco Crip-j 'pled Children's Hospital, had the-( | orized that rabies immunization i can provide the physical defense i i against poliomyelitis. j But his theory had hardly hit! the papers until Mrs. Stieghan 'of- j [feied the negative example of her: I son, B. W. Stieghan. 25, who works i Jin Cotulla as a postal clerk. i i Mrs, Stiegharr Mirl he had re-i ceiveci 14 rabies shots when he was · seven and that he was felled by j i polio seven years la'er. i | 'He couldn't walk for a year."; jshe said. " i j Hipps ha.d said earlier: i j 'I have collected over 700 names ; i of children who have been vacci-, j nated for rabies and not a single i ;one has ever taken-polio. Many o f : ' them were directly exposed to it by close association with o t h e r |' hddren who did have acute po- ,1,0." \lthouph Mrs. Rtiegh;in is in- rhrred to doubt Dr. Hipps' theory. because of her son's experience, .there nre some residents of thn i Frost area in Navarro County who: 1 'hink the Waco physician may j (have something. ; Many of the residents have vol- j untecred to begin taking the shots; Monday to see if immunity against! polio can be provided. j The dosage, according to Dr. j Hipps, will ho five shots of regular; i rabies vaccine, one shot a day I for five days. Ho believes '.lie. s i m i l a r i t y of P n - ilio and rabies lends some weight ho his theories. is the best teacher! During (he first four months of this year 107,394 want aJs vrere published in these newspapers ... at the same time 1,113,084 lines of wants were published . . . an average of more than 46 lines of classified for every occupied dwelling unit In Corpus Christi. Of course, all this advertising came from many sources--you and your neighbor, your grocer and your barber, as well as out-of-town individuals, businesses and national agencies. "That ad pulled 'em in," says one man. "I sold it all the first day," says another. "Run a classified ad about it," advises a friend. This many ads and this many lines all added to the number of satisfied users proves without doubt that Experience IS the Best Teacher , . . advertisers have learned that running a classified ad answers almost any want. By experience, you know that you can obtain the results you desire with a. classified ad. Our desire is to give you faster, more efficient service, ichile still giving you the same fast results. t A PUBLIC SERVICE /NST/TUT/ON MORNING « EVENING « SUNDAY 820 Lower Broadway of Twigg i^^

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