Abilene Reporter News, October 15, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 15, 1954, Abilene, Texas FAIR, COOL'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES" Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 120 AssocimedPres>(AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 15, 1954—THIRTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c. SUNDAY 10c Hazel to Hit North Carolina Hear Daniel Shivers Leads Group HATTERAS. N. C., Oct. 14 Hurricane Hazel, gaining speed and expected to move still faster, aimed its death-dealing fury at the North Carolina coast tonight. The season’s most vicious tropical storm, with winds of l^miles an hour and moving north-northwest at 25 to 30 m.p.h., was expected to strike land near Wilmington, N. C., about 5 a.m. The Miami Weather Bureau warned that winds would increase along the coast north of the storm throughout the night. The Weather Bureau said Hazel was centered about 275 miles ea.st of Daytona Beach, Fla., and about 350 miles southeast of Wilmington at 8 p m. A Navy reconnaissance plane planned to keep tabs on the hurricane by radar throughout the night. North Carolina coastal dwellers worked fcveri.shly to prepare for the savage storm which caused uncounted death and destruction as It lumbered through the Caribbean Khips «I Hea Similar precautions were taken at Norfolk. Va. Navy planes that could not be stored in nearby hangars were flown inland The bat-t!e.ships Iowa and Wisconsin and the cruisers Pitt.sburgh and Hoa-nt^e sailed out to sea to ride out the storm Smaller .ship» sailed up Chesapeake Bay to the Navs’» hurricane anchorage near Tangier Island In a special bulletin from Washington. the Weather Bureau reported the lumbering giant of a storm wa» located ab-ut 4ho mile# sooth of Cape Hatter a* at S pm and surging north niM-thwestward at a pace of about 25 miles an hour Kvi n faster movement was expected tonight Top wind» were estimated at I JO mile« an hour With burruane warning# already fving in the North Carolina cape# area, the tl eat her Bureau alao warned of “mcreaimg onshore w inda tooighi with gal# (orco and poMibly stronger winds hy early Friday aa tho Virginia oowft.“ •‘Immediate precautirtw ahould bo takoo 1er ahmrœaUy high tidee along the Virginia coast and preliminary precautions taken as far north as Cape May,” the special warning said. Coastal areas even farther north were urged to remain on the alert for “possible extension of warnings farther northward later today.” The big storm already has attained a forward speed rare in scope. Areas not in its immediate path were to feel the effects of its passage late today and tonight. The entire coast from central Florida to the Virginia Capes was to be buffeted with squalls and rising winds. First Freeze In Panhandle Due in Night i The year’s first general freeze ' wa# due in the I’anhandle Thursday night. A cold front was moving in from the Rocky Mountains. , The front got part way into the i state Thursday, breaking a hot 1 spell I Temperature# of 2i to 32 degrees twere forecast for Thursday night I in the Panhandle, and the downward trend wa# expected to cm-I tmue les* severely Ihroughoul the itaie    ^ South Texas remained hot Thursday The cool air failed to reach the lower end of the stale Alice had the high reading for the state with m. followed by Laredo and tpalacioi with *5. Houston and ( otuUa wilh m »nd Victoria with K. Dalhart had M And Amanllo 5i j The frool whacked 15 to J8 de-freew off maximum reading# m the top half of the state, keeping temporatuie# to the lo# BoAomoPt'a .t7 wch and hi falla at Larexto and GalxMton wtre the aafy raia reported. ABILENE SYMPHONY PRAISED (-(Trippers Welcomed All Around the Circuit Itf I D WIMIt    R Reporter-New# Ma^mlaf MU«# Ahiirne    the w^xjoie mëi Aul AÜ arwifid the ciiTxut of theif fvxt g-..t*iwtll laur of the aieo Thur »-U> Twtniy^ men repr««mting ■Iwiiiitf“ and sarxic« twme made the    ‘i* trip# •che«h*l- «4 hy Uw Abilroe I'hamhir of (jflgmngixw w lUiia a mooih, TowM viMiad Thyr«day Cpgae Wjuai, envidie. R^(«ir»wood hanta Aan*. Cokican    »    ^ that order a lagh «I the di > wa» the Riwaaia Clui lunctiean •I Haul Browawood wiwte the ««« giiiaa and ate# pr«^ the Megyt Pit Hn jm Mmmm ^ Kleetrk Co A former proiewor at Hardin-Sunmoni from IRN to ifll ï>r Hiwian *aid *i Ahtlane Is a procrtasi^w low» ** Dr Harlao mtrodured Hefyi as one of thr Uip vtobfiiai# m Antenrt Tho wamttfi of Rnmaweod s wwl-rwme left aetluiii In he demd A AHefatkon of the fii> » •.ap afflri^-dual and ct» w leader# met the Ah*-Iroians an the Comaiwhe hffhway By SHERWIN MCNAIR Reporter-News Oil Editor SNYDER. Oct. 14 - Despite a cold north wind some 500 persons gathered at the Snyder rodeo grounds Thursday night to eat barbecue, see oil field exhibits, and i hear an address by U. S. Sen. Price Daniel.    I The senator’s spech climaxed two hours of activity in connection with oil progress week. “No city or county in the whole nation is a better symbol of what the oil indu.stry can do than is j Snyder and Scurry County,” he said. Prayer In Memory Daniel congratulated Snyder on its schools, churches and “spiritual progress” that has been made along with oil progress. Special tribute was paid to the late State Sen. Harley Sadler of Abilene. The Rev. Ronald Hubbard. pa.stor of the First Presbyterian Church, led a prayer in Sadler’s memory. C T. .McLaughlin. Scurry County rancher and oil man, presented $25 tavings bonds awards to five high school seniors who won an essay contest spon.xored by the Oil Industry Information Committee Re<eivjng the award*, given by the Diamond M Foundation, were M\Tiene .Markham. Patsy Wil-liams. Thomas Rigsby. P W. Cloud Jr. and Myrtle Scott SprxHi Cootrtt# HeW Before the senator’s #pe<‘ch, the demimiitratlon*. in the form of #peed contests, were held in the arena They were a truck rode«, a separator connecting exmtest. and a firrt aid demonslrat K»n Danid was introduced by French M Hobertwm of kbi’ene Immedi-alely after the program, the two men flew hack to Ah;lent Sen Dame! plamied to vL»il Mr« Sadler Friday momuif In hi» speech. Darnel called for a better underitandtftg of th« oil tadustry by the public ‘ F.ipecially do w« need a better umfcrrataadiJig in the .North aad Eaii," he »aid lie prodieiad pas sag# of a law duriaf tha aaxt #e«-•toi} of L\mgre#» to proh^ the federal power comfRfsaloe trum fuuag price of natural gas PasMd by i aart •The recent FPC gas order is iwaull of a law passed, not by Con-grem. but by the    Court    * Daniel said • And passtfif law# is no* tu^iao. ed ta be tha function of the S« preme Court ’’ Daniel alao: pefecdad ihe deple tioa aUowaace. urged •e#lrift>on ot •d iB^arts, and wamNi that there are iheee m ttus coc «rx *-« are trytag to naiiaoalise the oti iadu* to    , , Daiuel was Howw to Snyder ThttTMiay in th# pruau plane of C T McLaughlia A reception was hrI'amei i at 4 p m at Mcl.aug»*< • I* A-mowd i II Rafk'h we*i at u In Tribute to Sad Showmon-Solon's Rites Here Today Texans great and small will gather to pay last tribute to Harley Sadler at funeral services for the showman-sen-ator-oilman Friday morning at 10 o’clock in Abilene s First Baptist Church.    . Then, at 4 o’clock Friday afternoon another group will gather for rites in the Cameron cemetery when he is to be buried beside the grave of his only daughter, Gloria. Sen. Sadler, whom thousands looked on as a personal friend, died at 6:20 a.m. Thursday in the hospital at Stamford. town where he spent much of his boyhood. He was 62. He was stricken with a heart attack Tuesday evening while engaged in one of his favorite activities, emceeing a benefit show. The show was for the Boy Scouts of Avoca, a community where he also spent some boyhood years. Planet I,and at 9:15 Gov. Allan Shivers will head a group of state officials who will fly to Abilene for the funeral Two planes, bringing the   ?ga at Mimicipaf .Airport at 9:15 Austin delegation, will land at M am. Sea. Sadler, an Independent «il operntor, repre«ented the 24th Dt«-trict in the Texaa Semite For three term* he wa« a member «f the Tex«# Hmae of Repre«enU-tlvei frwn Nolan. MKchell and Fisher Counties For two years he wM Taylor County*« repreten-tatlve Time «f the election and the leg* al aepects of it wiU be worked out later, the Goveraor aaid Kaawa to tent-show iaae over the juimt Heart. «f ibt OrrtMotra. m with the _    wtta    ihfwe '^plMtieaa- CTanmce Rr«i^. yumMTff Cotta«#. Idioad h» ao Ur Gam Hartaa. »u«**’ pwf** MT at Maward P«>«a Cette«# aaa ii jSTm« •    t 11« «Ml IM uiNdanr    Í ly^aMtmwelHeithedttwrtet» ^-lilted «I a «»arf» ^ ?***: peuf fll.üa to ¡¡¡fiMi AhOepa bfwphfiW 1,^- lie Hafiaa ehuled 5^ cmmM beta a fwi¿ arct«tf« •»»* THE WUTHEt ■uasBSS *# «»'«* “•a»    • -Î&T ««fr « w 1Ì 1 • I m « m » » • m T » • m t m m m u t# u m eis S«- m e PS 1« the group were Cny Moaagar inca Broad C«ty Ceurtbiaa Hap-py Daxw F«l Wooàley. prmiteat ^ me Ktwanit CM» Ik« Drama» «wwawrrmaa and Hka^rma» af the KtwaBis public affair# c»ewm •ire mi m Mrarae. pfet:Mii «f tíw Chairi^r «í Comrame C foM Plato» ri»«i mm Ctv»»    Lí»t    «iura mg gitíf Billa»!* wae »au t«rrk iwg ito a» tiw mal» «fret •» the [ tripper# reerhed lew« l*ut»:4»heT. Jack lict'arty •! the Cto»« Pî.» n» ; ||e»krw aad Fustef tkeut,, Lm* imm rtvir latotor ••#« azituii« Uw gTaeier» Ricuag flar luraed ato a large wrkrwnu^ delegatua CharW# ÜMlherïerd. pre«»ik^ «to Unm imtim    ¡ the rhoasbr« af Cawwwrra, M t «vttev# leUfed eewraapenna» A ! T ttuat» MWiif ifeira a»d Mayar Roher fcralh The Ahttaa ; un» were tokra «■ a teto «f the hwrtaeia dtonrf    > Al    Cuy    Martthal Jack Qdril wto the hm «uu)«k ; mmm ato gwded « le the court itt|u»re Ma»#e D O Hc ghf M U Flrau««s tbr»iie AmA Itofkert    m»ur UMW agetu ««kumwdl tNr » KrnmwÊÊm to kra»p tanta Araa •«» Me ttrn «tup aflr* hteck Al Ctdemto a detogatira «M ttkr AhUera %wtter# «a Crasmerctal Ave «Mi ke^ ttwM pto »reuft^ luw» la lie h»tt peup •*##« PM» m«»oger «f the Braro ui *‘«3»»i*eui> tkr» ifcigu»e»i J T BtTÏ pteetoe»! B A “ sisr^de«»eto Araler Waher |Hiiid»M.. attd J M aiStoa»«» mm wm Ch» dop'a IM Mto MCflOM A !'• MO» TV SiCTiOM • OU iPe#»*«ii ietwL #»#««•»• é-T IJ 'COLORFUL CITIZEN LOST' S£.VA:0»8AIH.ÍÍ» ».VU THE COVE*VOIl ,.. t Harley bill beeomei la« Harley's Office' Real Headquarters 11 K%TM%R%N Dlir Irguiattoi lA«d te vuu tMr# Brperter New# »tale KéMor they Cuwht get fwaaeei H.. - » i •• * n :ie !wi a'e || a ptfcw the éewB-aad-w Rg of U>r Trxa» i'optlui Wa* a»|.,,;*irr* tfexiomt^ »ure liury cwittd oboftVoii Hr:rr» •.‘wa th# ^ a aamiuwi ta help ihrai aiaag Legi^laiif* e** .*»    i u ^    «erre- tia nu« gathered inera. becaura    ^    ^    ^ Harley Saslirr wo» aa 3 »r»» .a# b#»jiaao it wa» atwoy* iuu if • M«<ley g«i# bunaett «way " • fiieart fvmmraiad Thwrtdoy «rbra fee kacora tmmim iantter • ai deto Me waa the Mrt to fei-tvM ute «fwipr« '‘picked »p the cnxk whrtéer ar ael he cewld síimú su D«uft»g Uto lieciiiai he tratetod otm the Itowiaewu wiLfe hw «haw«, he    «    "otiaaa    ‘    to    every to $«iiiiijad Urn appraick ta toe« toi<i«#a* mm »«ai Ml hen opart awd g«*e b.2U ton m»o too« loik tuAmi ta Austis ««»1  to ta *ee Hark) tovauie they «11 ^ »nr« h-:n Many w^ked wita btf» NEWS INDEX I .ri !or him OutiJig the dacada# ha  »ru. tmt »hew. vaudaxiJla I v r »*»..# 4 S Wr«i 7c%jm. to cmtm. dropped otck m Paipana, lUa A hralhar wrat far tom «a¿ hraught Mb hato ta Arac« Ih#« ha recavara«. MarWy dee Mod te try 1er »• aducatira Me pw a •clioUniMP ta aM leysetó» MiU ’ tary Aciitrarj M Aihagy. «* «p « j latice »h»p «e tba »toe to e«rwî •tone Boaey and «el abeto to ! law Kl# raamiriit# mm M.i»»v«l S Loim. aaw ptosu» al the tiih I Court to Cittì Apfwëé»    | g toaw emm hf Special Vote Due to Fill Senate Post ì AIOTK Oct 14    -    A    special He wo« hrtt-r known t» the    ^ TJ k-and-file xe a itomtnan For    w    Te^ Seitote mure^ 30 yeari he wa# to •« 'he tent show buotneaa, iravriing mfT the fiouthwrai He waa Shivfr# said to Aa»iia ^0^“ to hi* ttioor*. the enmleal ligure, the country bunipkto who wa»8‘l te ddRih after aU Twrwed le Folttlr« He h^aa to get tut al the trai ahew bu«toe«B «urttM Wtoid War II He Mmd to pMBtoi vtoch. he expUlaed. “to a whale Sot like #hew huttoeea.** had went to Iba LaiBilam m to IMS Ha aold hi* show totaraato » tW7 sad oitM« hag hera ragfeiiil hi ail hiMineas and Hrwtouro Mfair# Hocrer    head    af tha Trxa* D«sart»*%rai af Ptthllc »ala-B«j.rrt $ Calrart. itala are I«« af thaaa wha ^    _ • hr •» tha AtasiM frrap fly* ! Irorry, Shackelford, ftoae-^    hera    FVtoey    U Ora    Bra    Taytor rauaiie# ad» t*ed Mrt tadbr ha    ehatrme»    to    tha    Sraaw •a    gel ta    Ahttraa tor    the | CaoManiaa aa latara»! Imprara. I maau    aad a BwotoB af arroaa«* .    «    af toole    Bipraarafotira«    igrwttltura. atoaulaetar» «ad Srfttoer# tore etpacfad AtoMhee datogaiMa of atota affi e.«u wiil mmrn the toaeral party am Camfrm *<ar U«f a taar toom a tarato, late aarvad rararat tarma to tha hanat «atotly aad afñrtratly befara being pra> melcd to the nonote «akh aa WaMe Ha waa »ipae^br tocemtod to »U aad ga* toctotoucoi. kept a ctoaa wtodi aa «raiar rvsmcmatwa mi •Char Biaaar«« to ramal mirrato ta Ms Bato 7«ca# coatoitaaacy gaitlir’» oaatoenai rfirtnrf took m Bardaa. Dick» .». Fither Cana, Howaid. Jaaaa. Kent. Hitrbet! 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