Abilene Reporter News, August 6, 1954

Abilene Reporter News

August 06, 1954

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Issue date: Friday, August 6, 1954

Pages available: 93

Previous edition: Thursday, August 5, 1954

Next edition: Saturday, August 7, 1954

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1954, Abilene, Texas Portly Cloudy, Hot I- A WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron EVENING FINAL VOL. LXXIV, NO. 48 Aaodated Prea (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1954 PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PHICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY lOc T-H injunction Considered For Atomic Plant WASHINGTON liB-The White House today was reported consid- ering applying for an 80-day court injunction under the Taft-Hartley Law to ban a threatened new strike of key atomic workers. Should they so decide, federal at- torneys couid seek the court order almost at once because they clear- ed legal preliminaries for the same case last month. Government efforts to spur a wage settlement in the four-month- old dispute involving CIO workers at Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Padu- cah, Ky., collapsed last night. Chief government mediator Whit- ley P. McCoy said, "there's no so what's the use of further He said it appears that President Eisenhosv- er would have to consider ordering the Justice Department to obtain a strike-banning court order. Famed Dionne Quint Dies NORTH BAY, Ont. Dionne. one of the famous quin- tuplets died at noon today in St. Agathe, Quebec. Word of the 20-year-old quintup- let's sudden passing was given out late this afternoon by the girl's distraught father, Oliva Dionne. Death was attributed to a stroke, he said. Emilie had not been seriously fll and the seizure came without warning, he added. The other sis- ters, the father said, were deeply shocked by the news. SHY AS HE MEETS NEW or- phan "GI baby" from Japan sits shyly on father's knee as he meets his Forrest D. upon rorival at International Airport in Los Angeles.'The boy has spent most of his life in a Catholic infants' home in Yokohama. The Lindseys adopted him sight unseen. The boy, of Japanese-American parentage, will be named Gilbert John Lindsey. Standing are David, left, 6, and Rickey, 8. In the foreground are Barby, 5, and Susan, 17 months. Mrs. Lindsey holds Rosemarie, 5 months. City-School Separation Discussion Set Aug. 17 School separation and the 1954-55 school budget will be discussed Aug. 17 at p.m. City Commission and the School Board tentatively set that date Fri- a'av for a joint meeting in City Hall. The session on the budget was suggested by Schools Supt, A. E. Wells. Mayor C. E. Gatlin the recommendation that the question of separating the schools from the city government also be discussed. Wells said he has given the trus- tees copies of his recommended budget for the coming year. The board members are .studying it. He said that after they approve a budget, the trustees would like to meet with the commission to talk about it. Both Mist Ratify Approval of school budgets is re- quired by both the trustees and the commission. The matter of separating the schools from the city is a topic which has Iain dormant many months. Yet both the commission and the school board have been conscious that a crisis on the ques- tion was approaching. Separation would require an amendment of the City Charter by public vote. The City Charter limits the school