Abilene Reporter News, October 12, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 12, 1954, Abilene, Texas I FAIR, MILD ^Wltne 3^eporter "WITHOUT OR WI1 H OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES —Byron MDBNING VOL. LXXIV. NO. 117 Associated Press ( AP) ABILENE,"TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 12, 1954—SIXTEEN PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c Chicago Rain to Slacken CHICAGO. Oct, 11 (^ — Clearing skies tonight promised relief to flood-ravaged Chicago, staggered by its worst rainstorm in 69 years. A weekend downpour of more than half a foot caused damage estimated at 15 million dollars to the city and suburbs, and hundreds of thousands of dollars more elsewhere in northern Illinois and Indiana. The Weather Bureau predicted showers tomorrow but said the deluge which spilled rivers over their banks and made Chicago and environs a veritable swampland appeared ended. II Inches This Month The storm brought Chicago’s rainfall for the first 11 days of October to 11 56 inches—an all time record for rainfall in any one month period. The fir.st 24 hours of the deluge was the wettest day in the city since 1885. Total rain from 6 p m. Saturday until the sky cleared Monday night was 6 72 inches in Chicago and more than 9 75 inches m Blue Island a southern suburb. As the three-day rain approached the 7-inch mark its crippling eife<-ts spread. Huge industrial plants curtailed or suspended operations and by nightfall the number of idle had ri.sen to an e.stimated 25,000. 700 Flee Home* More than 700 persons, most of j them in the suburbs, fled flooded homes Hundreds of others were routed i in a broader fkxxi area that fanned j out from Chicago 80 miles to the ; west and about the same distance to the east in Illinois and Indiana i But only two deaths in flood waters were reported The victims were Patrick McNicbols, 51. of Chicago and Leroy Foiles. 70. of IV Kalb. III. Both were found dead in flooded basement#    an unmediaie ban on atom Grains MUed    j    hj<irogen    bombs At the same time Transportation was scrambled in called on the West to match Chicago But late in the day tr.icks , ^,oncow*s concessions with similar Vading into the Inion Stai^ movt* from the south were cleared ^ moderately wordtni speech to the I' .N Political Commuiee, Dakota Convicts Riot, Hold Guards Hostage Highway Patrol Rushing to Scene Ft. Worth Firm Wins $850,000 Bond Sole Taylor County obtained an interest rate of 2.21 per cent Monday in the sale of $850,000 bonds voted Sept. 18 for construction of an ex- The bids were opened at 2 p.m. j Monday in a regular meeting of the commissioners court. C. M. Smith of First Southwest position center and improvements Co. read the bids. First Southwest to the courthouse and jail,    1    has    serviced the bond issue for A bid submitted jointly by five the county. firms was the lowest of eight bids made. The county commissioners voted that the bonds be sold to W’il-liam N. Ekiwards Co. of Fort Major part of the bond proceeds — $600,000 — is to be used for establishing a county livestock and agriculture center on 100 acres of Worth. Fort Worth National Bank, i the old Abilene municipal airport. VICTIMS PICKED UP—A small boat from the freighter Maritime Trader, bearing victims of the capsi^d freighter Mormackite. pulls alongside the Destroyer Escort I SS Eaton to transfer the bodies to the Navy bodies of crew members were recovered after the ship sank in a gale 150 miles off Cape Henry. Va. (AP) Russians Make Big Concession I .SITED NATIONS. N Y . Oct H . Mmco% has demanded. Russia U wfL-Russia's Andrei Y. VLshinsky ’ now ready to start the program grve apparent ground today on the ^.¡ui reduction of consentKMial arm-long standing Russian demand for    ^^d    forces    of the an immediate ban on atomic and .k—wjuelil Austin. Hart & Parvin, Hudson Stayart & Co, and C. N. Burt & Co. of Dallas. $276.75 Differenre Next lowest bid was one submitted by First Southwest Cot Citizens National Bank. First National Bank of Dallas and Republic National Bank of Dallas. Their bid was 2.21856. as compared with 2 215673. effective interest rate of the winning bid There w as a difference ef only 1276 75 in the net interest costs of the two bids. Rauscher Pierce, Mercantile Na Courthouse improvements will receive $150,000 and $100,000 has been earmarked for jail improvements. SEN. PRICE DANIEL barbecne speaker Sen. Daniel to Visit In Abilene, Snyder oil r, s. Senator Price Daniel w ill I be princlpol speaker at an make two West Texas appearances . progress week barbecue at the nauscner riervr, .^irrcamnf: .'.a-    ;    rodeo grounds, tional Bank of DbMm »«d Stem    ^    ^    ^    introduced    at    Sny- Brothen w^re third lowest bidders    Lions    Club at a luncheon, der by State Senator Harley Sad- with an effective interest rate of    ^ reception at the    ler of    Abilene. Windsor Hotel. The reception will    The    barbecue    at    6    p.m    and    a be open to the public    '    free oil ahow will highlight oil That    afternoon be will fly to    progress week observ aoct    m    Sny- Snyder    where he is scheduled to    der. countries of the world 2 The prohibition of atomic and hydrogen bombs can come In a The other five bids ranged as high a* 2 429163. submitted by F,quitable Securities; Fridley A HeM Merrill Lynch. Pierce. Fenner and Bean, and Ranson David-•OR Mature tu 19 Yean The bond« will mature o#er a period of It years, from IK6 through 1174 The witming bid set interest rales at 2 per cent for I»» DA Ui VK9TU Mvsss^    ..... serorxi phase of a comprtrtteiisive through 19«. 2-1-4 per cent fi» 196» disarmament program, ¿»r.ti the cunveatiaoal strength hi» been cut enough to pennit the Burlingtcm    ^    ^    ^            ^ and Pennsylvania Railroads to y.    ^ade    these    key    points    ,nd    a    control    organ    ha#    been    #et and out of the _    ancuer    to    a    up mo^e some trhlns m on disarmament in answer to a lemimal    m    .«a    barrage of question#    from Sclwjti The sun appeared biiefly and    ^ family in ti»e western sky at i pm W more rain wa.# íoreeas’ City officials of Blue Idand. aouüi of Chicago, estiroated ihe damage to Ihat industrial c«nmu-nity at íive imüimi doHart l.Iuyd ol Britain, and Jules M‘*ch ol Frame I Instead of hegmnmg a disarmament program with the tmme d»ate and unconditional baim f;f of atuauc and hydrogen bombs, as Relative of ACC, H-SU Benefactor Dies in Belton 0 L Clark. Burkburnett civic and wa» wrUkno^ii to man> trader and inistee of Mary Hardia Raylur CoHege. died Mooday » Beh 00 Ur t'Urk was tbs nrpiww of lohn G Hardin. wb«n Hardm Sun nusM I mversiljf is named after The ban on the bomba ami start of the work of the control orgr.n can te ».mubaaeoua but this i mul' tneou# perH*J may conceiv-Mily cmer • peood up to si* month# 3 The CiWtroi twiao. howrver. niuai MU bare the authonty la Atm a plani m any couiitn The Sn arlty Comríí. uader the I’ N Charter has the »«¿e power to take «»fh .taps and the F \ cannot delegate powers of the charter tu a rtsnirol organ Vtshmskv Bpuke f^e ne.«ih two tujrs and dsAegwtes ewmmefilri atieiwartb that he left out the old line attacks on the I »ned Staie* and the West The    drlesiair lold the PidHical C*»mm”ee tH® the Soviil Fnwti was tra- n ná itiirsuni*«*»    tirrleas^    far    sgreement    lie    sa    a Clark died in BcUob at the    i    Riutian    acceotaace    of    Bf!»    'b Ku d.*ugtarr. Miss Frances Uara. ^ fPrench proposals as a h-»« ' through 1971. and 21-2 per cent (mm 1972 through lW4 Net interest coet <»fi the hoods, after deducting a 1291 98 premium. «il! be 9212.239 35 precinct 4 Commissioner J T kicilillon moved the sale of the hands to the kswesi bidder and Pre- «Iv aftemoon. etnct 2 CommisaioiWf Rule Tittte Ttumderckmd* boiled over aKwodcd MrMiHan's imidon Hail^ Rain Smack Area SIOUX FALLS, S. D„ Oct. II (APV-Screaming prisoners of the South Dakota State Penitentiary here began noting tonight, and a Sioux Falls police officer at the scene said the convicts were holding two or three guards as hostag- Six of the convicts were taken to hospitals here soon after the rioting broke out. Hospital attendants said two of the six had suffered heart attacks, one had a broken nose and another had been cut by flying glass. The disturbance started in the dining room when prisoners began smashing dishes. The convicts were herded back to hallways of their cell blocks, where they continued Sigurd Anderson told the Associated Press he had talked bv telephone to Deputy Warden William Knu^n ind was told the guard hosuges were not Knutson told the governor the guards were sittmg_and smoking in the cells where inmates took them.    Iagain Esllmstes on Ui« number of convict# In the prison range from 400 to 500. Patiwlmea 6«mm«ied The governor said he asked Chief ; W. J. Goeu of the sute highway j patrol to send all available men to the prison. He also asked Atty. Gen, Ralph Dunham to dispatch ail available law enforcement ! agenU to the seme. * Gov Anderson said m had been itold abaut too inmates, noi parti-cipaung ta the rtol, were in their cells The rest of the men were la the ceU block .No inmates had gotten out of the building The governor said, that on the ha>ift of his etnversauon with the deputy wardeik h aw«uwd it memory to aend A b 11 e ne »permiced almost every type of wt-ather in the hook lit a ihort but furiiwis period Mun Abe Hr suffered a heart alUt k Oct I while at a mertittg of the Mary llartim Havlur College trustee. Mr Optometnf Board Rescinds Ad Ban AI>T1N    11    '    »**‘■♦■•»1 rule attempting to f t s t r i c I ad vertising by opiomeifvsi oê» paaied tuday by the hteis Board (if k#ammefs in opt •meiry The bMrd vote was unaAimau» and cam# m the face of three su i. •ver the state conteetiag validity of the advertuiag bM a eotiegr it airier A (req-ieiit v t»* .Abdetie we-pfcially Ui trtc m-ddk* I«» . Mr Clark arrvrd as ai; sdviwi U> J G Hardin Hardin made .oOtiafrt-al gu>* I« hoUi Hamlin SiimtKiiu I B.v% r.U) *ikI Ab.ir«e ChluCatl College Mr Clark was al*o a trusiee of the Childien s .Aid Society ot Wwn ita Falb the Hardin FeuodaiiaB b*r Utchita Coniviy and • form« Uu-.tee *d Huward Payne College His widi*w and aawther daugnirt Ml» JoOfl luüe% of Bufkbumetl aïui aurvive Funeral arraftge^ inmu are pemtiag la Burklnin-lt Mid Fremk prupoaala for nen laEa an duarm -n eet tí,.« net mean that •«“ them wholeaaie " • We search lor agrermeni He We do not ror render to t»^ Will of the rooqoef jr I »haS! make lh»i pomi e ani a«a¡« • The time íia* cume fiw avt.<*n ‘ be ranrHj-it-t lUsd who opened uw guarmame« dahale at a m.an.ng roRunittee meetitig and Mach »ho fnllowed n«k a liM of at leau 3i direct quekiions to A'lsHtaaky aiao the tuue had come tor f DiCISION PATE NOT SET state Board Ponders Abilene’s Water Bid Siamese Twin Dies After Skull Surgery MFMFHU» tkt II JF—Vm of »tie M iier Stamerar U;fia. who.# >- nad skolU and bra na were »ep Hv eompkrv .urte*if, du*d . g- a 'rw hMurs aite* the k* «. * ' the ¡•in. cam# -hiough uvc at luai ungei) m    cwiKld-'JO |hy..t-aa* Iwped both wvHild 1-ve lt,a t\*a*iafwe la i .udder tura !s.e the *v5»e Used f;ie Iwk.: » l.».er h...iise»e SW.λ yo.ned at 'fve »ku.l bjii. oe*er Wo¿ .tnvived '.„ei .uiiosv U • .    sHir ’j>ie ..ua at !i»r Riodie I*.«» at ^tlw Migdtai veta whirn di.tft# a iaige part ot the braifl. »a. furn ta Bednev He »uiv.ves! Rv.ge: 4wed $« 4a>. later Cofia'aime g.i«t '‘-e »jì-'wI , »eia na» rsprx ¡«J i<» »'.»i>-‘ »--** Wits lew. »iwak .a 'W* of ' ihe Bfifd-e ea»e ia»ira4 i Ía*aJeiie i Tna Ibogw    wei»    XHived    al inr toiw of Iheir head* The Miher i»,as were *o.ned »1 iHe i tw#-:wad í rtm Vegiw    idoerú    m ! irnmMm* abef the ten« ^ Wur egieíatnin theu tw»i *.im» *' »aiweie he»« vune U»e> w Mr# l*»us* Miller mniiÉh» ago chine shed at the Elmer HoUand Ranch two imd onn hall mRes west si llaedey Damage ot mi Wo* reported w a traciiu a«d tmi t k e fdieds m the reach, area, a heavy dovmpour dreochnd Hail caused eonsider^de dam-I Aftilref wiUi .12 inch of ram, age to cution ia the liaakir arm AaShtnnes one inch in dHamster, Eastland and Gartiian were alre fell at the airport ««d gusts «f pepfwred wUh hail dur^lhe «tads bU up to 58 miles per hour j «arm    ** Jyrmg the stotm. All «f the ibspiay M varied    Meeple wtather took place wdhio about 38 minute*    A    >quan    l:ne    formMi    w an ««a I h at Ma«ley    pre*sure    in    Best Teaas I. the are. «irroumiuig Ahilene.    movec ramiaU mraaured frem a tMluag:    _^ A^Tr it 138 tnchee at Hawley to » at    «“a« ^    ,    ,    J    of    Ab kUftland and 98 at Cisce Tracee    *    ** were reported at Anson. Betmlm •rtw Wilson Opens Mouth, Sticks Foot in Same DETROIT. Oct. II UB-Defenm Secretary Wilson caused a storm here today when he said at a press coitfertace that while he had '• lot of sympathy ” for the Joblwsa in surplus Isbor areas he always ••liked bird dcgs heuer than ken-nel-fsdi doss " «.utdd not he necemary to aend    United    Avdo    Worker* N^ioeal Guardsmen to the pnao«. ^    vk^^er    Reuiher demand Wmm DenN Mu    1    od In a tekafram to Prealdoal Et- U Merit Rcah ot ibo Sknix ,    er    that    Wii«»-puliliciy re- Falls pulice depwtmnnl, who ar- ;    gutemeot    or    “be asked r'ved at the prtaoo ahortly after    from    public lift.” the riot »ngan. anid priMcieri who    leader’s ir# »anted no part of Um disturbance aroused by Wiiaoo’s nmmeat to rsA t. ÜMÍT «eüs The brewing of dIMw. and wlii. dowt renw after aeme taunatss gimíoá enftwreini ihusr iuaddialb-si in the dm^ hai. wtfNr WUatißomä ot Min- refiorters’ ,---------- .    . {^»yment. tb# Cahinet nfücial oo¡^ with a grin’ «tome 3mU Yelp •TÎM h»fd dogs like to |rt i bunt around fur thiir te«d m m and storm Mooüêf ariernooo .%«i «    .    ITTZ    ¿    ^ Gormaii a Rihintng boh split Ike ooéomooá    «¡    ihnif    haunchee and ynkk «»pie cf , f.W la hall    ■**« lioe Meves Fa*t «Ith the redM pregrams they w«e being permnted to Uste, to at n^hf and Stamford akroRg wtnds blew away a ma* Socialists Back Pact the MMi uoftlieMst and WHERE IT RAINED ABIUAF Man.ipa! 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