Abilene Reporter News, October 13, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1954, Abilene, Texas FAIR, WARMWk    3í^t)orter-:0eVDií¡    m™*«''« ttWITHOUT OR Wll H OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES" Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO." 118 Associated Prest (AP)ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 13, 1954—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c HARMONY IN HARMONY Former Bride of 15, Husband Celebrate 70th Anniversary ROTAN, Oct. 12 (RNS)-The J. H. Smiths celebrated seventy years of married life Sunday. Their five sons, six daughters, and a fair sprinkling of the 30 grandchildren, 53 great-grandchildrei), and 18 great-great-grand-children were home to help celebrate. The Smiths were married by the county Judge in the courthouse at Hamilton, Oct. 10, 1884, The bride was 15. the bridegroom 20, She was the former Martha Poyner, daughter of the Fred Poyners of Hamilton. His parents were the W. F. Smiths. I.ong, I,ong Trail They’ve come down a long, long trail since that bridal day .seventy years ago, Mrs. Smith was 84 Aug. 22. Mr. Smith was 89 Aug. 27. “She’s five days older than I am,’’ Mr. Smith jokes. Somehow you get the feeling they’ll be around to celebrate their diamond anniversary five years from now. Both are pert and alert. Mrs. Smith does her housework and cooking and lotA.s after the chickens. “Not so many coyotes now,’’ she says. The Smiths live in an old ranch type house atop a hill. 14 miles north of Rotan, .n the liaimonv community in southeastern Kent County. They have lived there since 1933. Their hilltop home gives a panoramic view of a vast portion of that ranchland country. They have lived in Kent County since 1924. They first farmed on the old Sneed Ranch near Clairemont Before that they farmed in Hamilton and San Saba Counties. , .Mr Smith was born in Illinois in l»v>. “jurt at the break of the Civil Mar.* he says. His father was a Confederate soldier. Things were pretty tough during his early years. “But we were raised to have plenty of meat, sorghum molasses and butter,” he declares. “We lived at tKwne.” he added. He said Iw could remember his father selling pork for two cents a pound, “dressed, with the head cut open.” he explained His family came to Texas In a coverw wagon around ItW. and settled in the wide open country of Blanco County. Indians were so bad they moved on to l^<Uiam»oii County. Indians were bad there, too “Mad# « raid every moonlight night." he said “Camed off all th# horses and everything else they could lay their hands on * His father’s brother in law was killed by the Indians, there, and the family pulled up etakee again. TT^iey moved into HsmiUo® Coun- .MR. AND MRS. J. H. SMITH , . . newlyweds in 1884 ty where there were more settlers and less Indian.1. His father died there nine years later. The only surviving member of his family is a sister, Mrs. B F. Blair of New Castle. Mrs. Smith was bom in Arkansas, near a small settlement called Noble Station That was in 1870, Her parents moved on a farm in Hamilton County in 1874. The Smiths have • son. Harve. and a grandson. who live with them. Another son. Gaines Smith, lives a short distance from his parents. A daughter. Mrs. G. D W'elch, also lives in tU Harmony community. Other sons are Fred. Big Spring; Emmett. Richland Spnngs <San Saba County»; and Charlie. Sweetwater. Other daughters are Mrs T E Brice. Coleman; Mrs L P. Miller. Crane; Mrs J E Houghton and Mrs W A Taylor. El Paso; and Mrs R C Alsobrook. Loratne. Mrs. Smith hie ene sister. Mrs G W. Lord of O’DoimeU, who attended the anniversary affair. Heavy Rains Threaten New Indiana Flood HAMMOND, Ind.. Oct. 12 The flood crisis passed in Hammond and suburbs today, but a weekend of torrential rains built up a fast-spreading flood at Plymouth. halfway across Northern Indiana. An end of the rains was forecast for tonight. Yellow River rose a foot to an 18 - foot stage in downtown Plymouth. chasing 400 families from their homes. Another 150 homes were flooded around Lake of the V.'oods northeast of Plymouth. The Little Calumet fell as much as a foot at Hammond, and 350 national guardsmen and 5.000 volunteers turned from sandbagging work to patrols to watch for crurn-bling levees or looting of an estimated 2.000 deserted homes. Dikes Brealt Anew Across the state line, winds helped dry out the sodden flood debris left by Chicago’s worst rain of the century. New dike breaks flooded 500 homes at the south edge of Hammond. though the Little Calumet bad already started to drop. Earlier breaks had flooded the adjacent Schleicher section of 500 small homes, besides an others in the suburbs of Highland Munster and Dyer. The Red Cross moved In at both Hammond and Plymouth, and a Wilson Declares Story Distorted VETO DEMANDED? U.S. Wonts Long Look at Red Plan UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.. Oct. 12 ifw-The United States urged the U.N. today to take a long and inquiring look at Russia's new disarmament proposals and once more pledged itself to use atomic weapons only in defense against in the Soviet Union manufactured munitions. “The International Control Commission must therefore have the right to inspect button factories in order to determine whether or not they are manufacturing munitions. This is precisely what the Soviet aggression    ^________ __________ ______ In the first detailed reaction j delegate denied to us in the Ixm-from the United States to propos- don talks (among a disarmament als laid down in the Assembly by subcommittee). We had hoped this Russia’s Andrei Y. Vishinsky, | resolution indicated a change in American Delegate James J. Wads- position. Hnwever, if we interpret of 500 sm^ j said Moscow appeared to be correctly. Mr. Vishinsky’s state-estimated LOW gtnndlng fast for a veto on decl-; ment of yesterday, any country can bs of Highland,    proposed International frustrate the inspectors simply by Control Commission,    •    posting on a munitions factory a anrf Hivmouin ana • He told the Assembly’s political sign reading ’Keep <wt - this fac-l“a.tertZre« w“    committee the Soviet pi^posal on tory make, buttons.” up in Michigan City, halfway be- operation of the international con- Secretary Wllsoa . iakea from contc(*i tween Traffic Hatted Traffic was banned in Plymouth, a city of 6.700 population 25 miles south of South Bend. Only emergency telephone calls were accepted Schools remained closed. Emergency quarters were set up for flood evacuees in mi Episcopal parish house and Marshall County Democratic headquartera. Hammond. Mayor Vernon Does Sun Flash Red Light to Holt Rain? KANSAS aTY. Oct. 12 (f^Does Delaware Seeks Return of 11 Negroes to All-Wl cEcrnmmm    w    • -State Alty Cea H Aftert V aiàed the Cotirt el CTu««ry leday retufa II expeOtd Nefnme tet^ . white Milfonl H.gb    a«* , f mioed that DeUware would pra •erve law and order \mmt m an appeal befoce Vice t haaceUor WMliaai Manrel. assert-rd ihM a court ofdif readraiituig me Negree# “• « am” Uelawart on ciali “with Ibe kind el deem «1» are trytog la dertroy aar SMUity aad deetmy aur law# Tbf aitaraey general etfipbasiaw that he aai speakuig a§ the riujf legal officer al Delaaare la ba<* lag the demand Uw a lempetary HijuactHjn by the N^ianal ^ Aaea^ for the /Mlvaocement af Cwmri people mHal a mar». Yoang said, he has tht “whaleheafisd »diport ‘ a< Gm J Cakh left# aad Uelaiwaa i twa where we caa get thoae peupkll l laaaian - Repatdtcea MÊm Healthy Oil Industry Needed, Daniel Says J ritltaenr Denwrrat J Allea Praar Vúwti added that if the court trol agency was obscure and needed much clarification. Vishinsky, who appears to be primed to push the disarmament debate along as rapidly as possible in contrast to previous stalling tactics. replied that Wadsworth was confusmi the issue about the veto. He said the control commission    the    sun    Hash r«! and green lights wouM not have authority to enforce    to    turn    the    ram w and off" ,-------- reports    That’s    the conclusion    of an    alr- At Hammond. Mayor Vernon    Councd    where    the    line    meteorologist who announced Sndertan said h, plinorf lo cotv U> th.    ^    ^    T„M»orid    Airhn«    i. fcr «.th R«. Cl»rl« A H.llcch ^««)y of the r„. procedural pomta    woma    ^    for    use    as »pply but provtsoM ^ \mnortM»t ibe basis of a new deselopnaent ch«t«    «oothor    lorocuting. -h- ssid lie Soviot i nio, W t«.h to th.    p«t    <4 .R-lnd», House majority leader, about getting federal emergency aid for victims The Boods blocked US 6 at the LUtle Calumet bridge et Hammond ■A two hridgM betww« •IMS Brmnen. and near Habart. t Iwchee hi Gary The veokawd raiaa. «B offldal § m iaehm In neighh^ hli G«y. fell m ground alraadv •oaked by III ler. giving a total ef II be llghu affect traffic. Heavy rains appeared to associated with those periods when areas of intense gren ray cmis-IMO were directly facing the earth, he told the Kansas City seminar of the American Meteorological Society. Wasn't Slur On Jobless, He Replies orders the Negroe# back to Milford * gtnce Oct I Ordmarily this area High “the guvefoor of the State only » ti»cbe« el.ram in • miL miCMiTk r%UA ^    ^ % hsaMhy and progrea* *# o*‘ « Í — ------ —a    M the atcuTMj ^ ■ M&MW t * hea    Dame* InmgM at a. ill P*«ir#ws whh ll6-«i e»«» SI pee of ^ * tmmÊÊm. l ai mm» smnüy tm al F    lereti» wit    ‘il!? 'u the Ttswe o^vriiA-ii) state revg-and me am-n • •Ahead) .I,.-« le l> i nf the m Us • erInis lose rwttwue* Daniai s»d ' I r«itef«te any call i#i<i étm Emenbowwr and h» rahanet cMmnm on energy aupp’-ww aM re««iu?%^ ÎA* *iwdy lha ml tmpwrta {■eenieavi and to recwmmewd ap^ prwfKiaie cu«grew*H<ial a-'-^'n d Uw iweetga npefaiJ« themi* *## V 1-K0» fwouvct toe*f mvpMiU lafj) Dattoi anid Cnagrm nUl he ca!* •d Hfw« aarly nnst year to retnedy by our United Sìates »enatof# if t! becumri necriwary” kad Negro studeoU “by the band ■to thni achooi ” Marsel, warhtog aome snt perenni «he ffewdad inte the small cdMilramn that he would tekralt    g ne dtoUirtwnce. retened decisson ov 3-T0-1 MARGIN He d ■ when he would -    '■    '—- art The miegretiea iaaue has created whok year Chicago had had a» e#timatea IM AM workers off their )obe ^ fnyge o| flooded hamet. factoriea ^ of power aad dtaniptod traaa-parution. _ DETROIT, Oct. 12 (JV-Defensa Secretary C. E. Wilson said today he intended no slur against jobless workers in an offhand “dog” story he told newsmen here yesterday. He said he “certainly intend^ no invidious comparisons, nor insinuations likening people to dogs in any sense.” “And for any one to imply I did or under any circumstances would think that way,” he said, “is a complete distortion of the facts.” Then he added; “I am sure that the distorted version of what I said is being used by the people of the adverse political party trying to capitalize on a misinterpretation of the full meaning of what I actually said.” WilsoB Jompt la With a new statement, Wilsdn jumped into the political storm which had swirled about him since his news conference remark first was published 24 hours earlier. President Eisenhower had sought to calm that storm today with a statement expressing full confidence in his cabinet member. At the news conference, Wilson had said he had “a lot of sympathy” for Ji^less workers, but he said he “always liked bird doga better than kennel-fed dop myself ” Grinning broadly, the blunt-spoken former General Motors •Further study dlscloeed that ---- —    —. ^    w. when the nd emission inteniiilea I Corp. presidaat Ihaa eiaboratod by exceeded thoee of the green, then myuMf-Iwc^ wf wwtec fswna the kkuw wee liatted flutee waa leeeetiy _______ __mpktod by E D rarthiitg. aa- aam kewk »• »!»•    '    MatoM wetoaiwlitgm for Treim to euime the Impkmenlatioa m abeve mertioortl ceeveatiea by all **    .    Í    J Oe tbk point. Wadaworlh said He teM the rtMtRa bed proved so coevtaci&i and iiaeful in every “Ikmelhy el emtssioes In the two colors Indi «eied Mar Mvnial coodttioaa.” Pofntiag te thè rwceot weathwr randitKMH in thè .Middk Weef, Farthlfig taùi early laat Aufust infense green emissloo appeared ________ .    at which fime "we had thè firsf V-    »-—• ----- ^    a.*    farecastmg    ■    this    area    that    subftantial    rama    in    many moons.” • Any coelrol afgan sitk    ^    now    extending    ihe    prò-    .............................. la ws'.eoi necetoary ta ensure thè ^ ^    forecasung    of ànpkmentatioe of thè conventi^    addiiioo    aNar    leperta    #    ‘ pHzst ekariy bave thè fuB run of a ^ tahae ae a dady ianeed of  Dallas Firm coeatry Mr Vtahiatky pomled w*ekiy basa    ! thatdurtoiibewarbuttoofartoriea    . **^1« la a peeriy fsfe    M»  -    Wins Air Base trtuMO tiwwigbout buuihert Itola war# uffktola ba%e expreaaad (eau of làdtoerv Howard e Lymh. Miltofd School Hoard etleror). »aid a deaire ta yrotorse Uw aad order” was ih* rSief reame tor the ewrtef, Iheo ■aad that loda) '* actMM should be MadMrted at “a kgil yrecedure” aad Ml as ’ a very ImflortaM aa rtal yruWem " Mendes-France Wins Easily On Vote to Rearm Germany TM M i-fd crisis devetoped    rearm    Wert a irti aller the II .Negre    Uance    agauiai    comm r*T* agp«* _    admined    to lha    ichool    s*ao Iflrt arcrtnmudatod    mere    tliaa    ,%i the saaia tutta    Aiamwy i iM «MM-brtli ikiweeUfy aad    et» sa.d ihè> asj:î huh acM^ arade*    nuke «lut he haa    callid    itaw»* Ito Ibe Ad l uneuu. aad parallel _   t    iiifirl    el    Wba#    Piepk. beaded ¡ gei a disartnamert agreemMl M «M M letxwM nwnagw —- •'»    t    ^    aad    ibi    Waslef* IMM«toCeefi.d.»-iMUib, iryartJ^wkajMi^    Mrtco«    *M    i- .«—    |-nI• • hn-Mt»* thrt uaMtof MB Mmd tM icttoei    «erM    — . IM    rtoihps caM aaaaug    tbrt Md MMmM teiagra    TM    »«** •*»    »hltf Uaa to reeiiB A MOf baerd eustod tM Negrwrt rttor auee toaa thwM ef the «tort rtndwii bey (rttai eiauea fMy ware treaa PsHK On 11 Jk-Prvmieri    s    «os    auihurtied Mandes !. r. stood . «on» me Ì tod «to W vwvf* EuropeM tnioa . _ .iniirfn-s dUb to M aniaxgvinert ef the ftvw^utim •> •J“    ^    “(»„«..t, Ai:.«.. si IMR Bnu -- baais ___ptAriy wbste of miir# -furfare It ia art mibk to th# naked eye except dunag a »alar iclipee rarthiM*»    ladicated    the red aad gre*« rey» appeared to Mte a “rtop and p" effect •• the eiarth s weather, jurt ae the efierrtioa ef red aad greca trafttc Railroad Job C-CHy Grand Jury Indictment Reopens Old Hurder Case W H Nkbob of Della» «a» ap-pareat lo« hidder (or caMtruc-tion of a raUroad spur rt Ahilene Atr Forte Base as bids wert epe»-ed ui Fort W ortk Tuceday after-. ^ ¡ngmì ••You know, ewe wMH flrt ewA Mid hurt for food rather than rtl 0» bis laimy and yell ” Tam Beeefdtag rnioee were the werde Mid by Wikoa as xhowa br a kMeerfp-tioa from a tape rwoerdlng ef the news conferMce. Today WIImo'* steremefit said that the kenad fed dog “would sit ba«.k ee kis heuoches and yelp *’ ■ The heads ef both the CÍO and the AFL jo»Md in rapping Wllioe. Democratic party kadera leiied on the quotation Criticism eve» came from within the Reptddican party. CIO Presldert Walter Reot^ proirtted to Eisenhower He calkd on the Prestdert to order WikOB to retract pobUdy er reaign. Eisenhower rtplkd by aavrtf. I have never found blm »Wilso»* I» the slightert degree Indiflereot to human miifortune ” ftatotoee» The Pre*ide«t »aid he «“d “initial newapaper reports dw art fuHy reflect what Mr Wii^ »aid at the Mwa crtierMce, and FrartW ate the ptoepevuv# buiwrtka el IM MW paii togviher ’ •ito iMir mnmm ef World War’ It—Getasafiy a»d Italy Tm .Seth r COtOltAD** i ITY Oct 11 « ItNk erlaede    end    linie    Luxem    ] —Tne Hoi    Caurt    Crw homg »uuld also be me«sbers TM Jen »P»»** «F • JÎÎL » Weat GernxaM »ould Jem the rest mimkr tarn Tuesday altorMM ai 11 th# Nertk AUaaCic Trerty Or Cetorade C<ty aoofl Nichols* bid SB IM pro|eet was ttrt.»0 A total ef II b^ were recvived TM togbert «•• lltB IB7 GoternoMBl ertimaie was 8I47.S9Ì T«o bour* after ProwdMi Eie-eehower isaMd bis tmatrnn* WiU son iaiuid bis twa. U ttarted ifl by aaytoS' In my prete eoelerefííw verter- ■i raderei Power C mev art prune fm tnterrtrt* tieea Bueairti preducwrs ef arturaì gas Ha apiwaraae« bere «a» fM flirt M a thieeday to«r •* »WB* Mi rttoilMit MgigMistoi ■ Ikrt Tmm ___  _    »:'h Ih* ■’cámnurtUi    ì«niih«if IM buft ef IM eppeeiUM ia^ ef IM IS2 érprtiee «he ahrtaioed iMwwvrf may »«ed ih# “«»r» •MB ih* ftoa^ LmAsb MfBMieiBl eeiM M ^ ratifwrtrte «Birk tMittdet th* An ndirtfMBi of mttfdrt agamst ...la Mké «‘)i 'towW totoWSOBI « le taf MStoag ì csaas ert rt Dulel Openi W>ii IwfotWesIleus listici H l 'f ,    \    o    S i . . ^ ^    ^ Í *■ .    Í    !Si    arsiigUft ....    A* « ^    ^ Î ,    *    a    ^ . y, r y V ÎJ » t. ' I    |    -    ^    I**-'    ^    ^ Ni» Ìk*a-^e ami PtorrtW laàurt iiate« aad Canada satoBs'jrtw t Red« OeiidMe ef R»d tu # Hnwheni    kprtng    wae    rvtureed by tM pay Mwe il IM eulcecM pieewd TM ttart German goteramert rtreiee J«ly lì. i*«? ui Wam. rummittad le iwrruH tl ‘ al Lm tiardiMf. telerade C«y Ne^ : ^%mam tor Warteri étèaaaa gre    ^__^    j l^rt    dC    )    GafdÉMf «ai feuBd deed MB »MBeo as»    1----T-fiir-ir «b thè raikwed íMacrtier Ite« ed Adaaauer • re- j »TT* . gsma aad backed tM E UafMM# i ummuaity Col Harry 0 l^scher. Pert ámy I tbMSiht back » Worth Dirtrtrt En^neer of the, n,ime lowa l «a» *e m d-ager CerfB af PafiMtn aaid thè tpur heviag aaythmg 1 aa*d lakro aui wtfl M i • «Itoe foM aad tocated cv.vt#xt and    » ea thè atr ha» proper    \    woaoB TM hids wifl be examiaed aad back le wb*e he »aarked ^ ceotrMt for tM prejert awanirti tor « «*«** a* hour *bee m «ac vtthia a few days Adver^shig hM iBrtkfr projert I Puree Rai# Ridi ut* ». hcdukd to be epwwd rti Sm 17 tur cuRrtFuctvoB ef a pomp rtA. aa aad «ator atorage •» beg« ee AbfloM Air geo vriUkOh. Pi    • NfWS INDiX Ani » aad agreoBMnt ef Ha toraiga the treaty t títmm mede IM the mato •wLwy Meedni Prrtr# i vurteiy hy a «Mi mariPB «ea esaured iaat atghi «Me toe togged pMdty la Parila «•el, the Imtalidi decided to tore« Ba wetfto to to« «aie TM SectoâMâ eeairet IM ef the Mf ««tea TM toaiabrta ttomgh bhi rep-ineffiirf m toe Cetoaet. hat* Wked Mewke Fteeee fwedda*-iy Mpce M torti rttee is JuM |W«eAer tot« tMW toey hed tini heen expected to ahenie TMe a r«di rt prwgtortOBMB» reenhguiM Krnmm m trmn siruog Mrialid ef- S5u Mer the deprt ■ d*aiews Crtered* i'ky IHtoM Mahee. MMWt etterBty. etowe lavedigrtirti «« WmMhweB Irt la hrertttog IM ceM WM ty aUtowey « Uto time if IM Mart tank for the ftre protectMB tya-tom ■ tM matafeeiBfe hMiar Involved ie ilus prejtrt wtU be in I iMfnir mi s r - "n MiW rtw Md a IMAM galleB vator UCtlOM A Wea»M*» mam» •adto-TV kf 4 1 f 14-11 Mcnort • OB A »ecMd MlicUitort irturead hy lito grand tory charged Jeme» Harria RarMr «nh dnvag «tok uBiMiralPl Aug M THE WElTHEt Hozel Sloms Haití, Heads for High Seo - —     om    ..m.x^-óío.ó£sí, toe «rtiace« ■oe« TM« TM «rato rert* auppert ^«e •rfeie.'y to toe quadiee rt wheth« toAcodoU »áeuU pea M »1 *ace CabiMt TMy heve «Bnfwd puto« ■ Pk Wtt» katon agre# wM h«s R« mauy ^ .....«    «omM    ra€h«    «bb    iBd    eee ,n.'. «.-IV.. -i    “■    "    -    “    " ììtouib k’trtí Si _ TbB    tí» aTm e««: ñiía nm w o.» IcMfM. Md «fleihet BMTto M rt iBwe« JB4M Mbs m ma {•m um «•«»US?.»*;: „ •s* •-    .    * ü    t    »    « •ft d f i • ft» ' w ♦ w t M d ** M    u    m 0    ir    m «    u    a# «■• a« am    Bft    M mmm m m «•«> mL« mam am wB mam to ma W 2TÍ.“.'tLi“4&’rs- •' w #1»    - MIAMI. Fia. Oct 13 Jto-Hur rKrtto Haiaf kit 4 irti rt dMUh and dMirurtMB « Haui today m ñ ruared ihr«rth tM Wmdeatd Paftftag* toward toe Ailaaiic The ftiftrm » llPMlk winds re-purredi) kn eewwel pervm» daaá airt upward rt m hamekaa ai li tr.ondsred aamm Haiti • tauth- et« , IniMrts «bkh juu «ertward T,tha «ato hedy rt tto» mlaed «... kiia tareard al «aiy ft*vve II ik Ti iM «lar« rrpdrtorty t «AA>fci da^itoá# rt HaUi Hes-cu - » rt •«re rr^e^^ed ^ Pfinda« Part i    ^a«    JuUaa Caeda. rt Hai Red i iwtf toanw reparted ruada toorked al uraM Guave. a »ligar and aaaaaa cuwtmuMty rt IMB IMpulailua ■ «ike «ert «f {Sut *a Priace. 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