Abilene Reporter News, October 17, 1954

Abilene Reporter News

October 17, 1954

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Issue date: Sunday, October 17, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 17, 1954, Abilene, Texas McM 13 Cln. 27 SMU 20 Ark. 20 TCU 21 Baylor 34 Okla. 65 Wis. 20 N. Dame 20 UCLA 72 LSU 20 ACC 6 H-SU 13 Rice 6 Texas 7 Tex. A&M 20 Wash. 7 Kansas 0 Pur. 6 Mich. a. 19 Stan. 0 T. Tech 13 FAIR, WARMEREh Abilene    SUNDAY"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 122 A,$ociatedPre,> (AP)    ABILENE.    TEXAS,    SUNDAY    MORNING,    OCT.    17,    1954—FIFTY-SIX PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY lOe Storm's Death Count lnU.S..Canadato107 RE.ADY FOR ALL EMERGENTIES—These four New Mexico A&M College studenU gel iet to leave after Saturday night s BSU session in the 1937 ambulance which brought them. The ambulance, which Paul Blickmer, right, bought in Illinois last spring, IS ideal for the 12-hours drive to Las Cruces: wo of the bovs sleep In the rear while two stay awake to drive. Other travelers, all ministerial students, are, left to right, Kenneth Saumer, Eton Lee, and Jim Brockman (Staff Photo by Charles Thompson!. 2,500 HEAR MISSION OFFICIAL East, West Like Different Worlds, Conventioners Told Ut PMVIilS MRI.ISG lUaff lim#r count. Dr list ssld la an srti which hat ovar haH Iha world'i ...rrf, over 0» oWurtMWlHioB.    •«    «1»    (tv,    md list, had miirt mestimg thso Ih, d®* Chflstisns- • oetli •Mifht and *'4ärkm%$ ' at itecd hjf    Dr    Elmar    S Wtnst Jr tall tUiWitt flttdcfiU bcca Sji’tUrdav ai^HI Dr Wr»t. (^crturv far mmtm-ar> rwrtoADc! for the Faroiin Mu-tk« Rowrd af the houlliara H«s«itt Cuoscnitoii. »ftuàc ta RmHuK htudom I nMia Ha admittad to hoiof ahorkad bf tha amaD numhar of nuatiofiariaa which SoutiMTfi Bapcittt havt aaot tiito tha arta Tho coovaotioa haa artually lot! ground, rathtr than gatnuig any durtag tha juut tavan yaan. ha rm rlaimèd AptrntitmanU ha%a avtr matnWf i, agad mh IS naw mtaaMcianat par othar hutinatt. draw praitc from Dr W(p#i for thair lay work Dr Wr»t i hnma it la Rk hmvtid. V*a Ha flaw to Abdtna fttr tha canvoDtion and aln.ott didn't makt _ g. ha tatd Hit plaat wat daUyad. gmoa tWrw ^ I tSS thif rapair workart m atrfta Maiaal tha dia- Communists Gel Blame For Strikes LONDON. Oct. IS iB-Arthur Deakio. bosi of Britaln't biggest trade union, tonight blamed the Communist« for London's crippling bus and waterfront strikn. The strike*—the greatest labor challenge to the Churchill government since it came into power three years ago—reached a grave stage with no sign of a solution in light. The Cabinet heW its third meeting in as many days but announced no new mea*ures. Blame« rommmalats Deaktn. secretary genwal of the Transport and General Workers’ I’nion. whose membership is m million, said both London strikes have arisen from a policy propagated by the Communist party. In a speech at a union meeting in Birminiham, he sajdr For a long time it hat been quite clear that industrié pt^ciea have been pmkxied by the Communist party whicb are campletely unrealtiable. but are deugaed la destroy the confidet^ of the rank and file membership la the trade tmtens by br sgtng dtacredtt on the bratich efncert, eaacvuve menv bers and full lima afRcers al tíia lUI!«».** 11« added **Tlie a»wdtng 4mm ti theee wboee pelal if v«ew ia aot acceptable ta the CommtaisU aad their ieftftw travtleri li very mach In fridcnce la the trade anioM today ** UJM kir*e More tkaa li «o memheri af Deakin'f iuihmi are strAmg — the orders id efficiab — ta sympathy wtUi OMce thM 7 oos ioemhers al the Htvederet itaion wha are m afficial stnke la ad- HOME CRUMBLES BEFORE HURRICANE—Thii home tlons tht ocean front gives wav to high waters and pounding from a lS0-mile*an-bour wind that hit the South Carolina coast Fridsy. A twixar garage waa swept awiy only minutes before this picture was taken,    _ Stamford Lawmaker Ratliff Enters Race for Senate Post f Hundreds Of Others Missing By THE ASSOCIATIED PRESS T)m nightmare of Hurricane Has* d today turned into a horror sequel of floods. Wind-stricken com-' munitiee ui the eastern United States and particularly south«ti , Canada, floundered amid stampeding waters. At least 107 persons were dead. I Hundreds of other* weiw injured or missing in the rubble-strewa wake of Hurricane Haiel. And nature conjured up new vrageanco in the surging flood tide*. Across a dozen states was a sav« age, XKymile-wide swath of ruhi I and tragedy. As the big stonn ra-] ceded Into northern Canada, dump-• hig its torrents, rivers and iRre«M leaped their banks. millioa people of Toronto, Ont . were virtually Isolated by wat«'. Overflowing rivers swept into suburba. imindattng streets, hornet and automobUaa. One ad-joimng area of f.OM acrea. nor-mally dry land, waa a bsiie lake. The euRdier ef dreerekeg vteUme tmoufHed steadily, snd there wee 1 m way et aMimaiiiig the Anel taO. |HeLceptert end Navy wheletMails aceiBed the eiAnserged diatrtcts te try end cheek the rising rawiii BUI# h««n from WssKmctee. DC.* ffom Id rwiirge campuuas it the * year for the whale area duruig the fenventioe la tha Fust Bapltsi pest few years he said Church here Karlirf this year he vuiMed Bi^ li«l miMiuos w the Orienl during a round thr world tnp Vfaà«w lemperieee H« MMtiiparw' the priiatwe SMWf fsKAiwv id lha Cast with the plr-rtj uf ’.V Seal T*w cv>mt>u,«oe was not In s ~ Nfc »Kat we ha«a’** In    «u 1 Bat the cenuast Wat «Tirrwhr Ww«t hr and a hrtlew mtMataV laMed m < «iruUa Siiwrtrf B r ' V .rtiib and gut aa anoaet. hrakan-éraa Ukvcah Aniea by a terhansd Biàh wha wasikl harifly set lef me rate washmi egeiest the wad-ah'aki he related niwa ihs eeh reefed away frem Urn bf igksly bt modere «rpert Ima the wafrew fiHh> slrwaia af Cal tutta a was hkr pfungtng una etS ef (i«iknr«a l»f Br«i «#*4 Hal naeiig llerh “tt wae Ilka aof warfd a! «g oeiwrtaiaiy wSh hitle wt dnwrtiow " hi ^ttrr« pewftni threegii e glase dofs’i - Md we eiwe t seewg very mu»i* * y Wwk Dariar». Hwraae Neadad Mtsaumary derlort snd nurtrs sre eapeeiatty eeedad. Dr Waei said He talked with eat Americaa gu^l whe had fi%en up prertiee here la hecome a medical miasioa-ary Bht wm see ef sm vn dectert la M area ef InAmseis wnh 14 BafCMI taymen. ‘ muaioBariee wBhaul portfal a ** who are y the - scfieal sesaians begmaMf al «ea wsh the t‘ B gmmrvnrn ar i a m becauee of Hurricane Hazel .VIlMlMerfoa ftprak Two misstunaiiee ta Latin America Speke se Seturday nifhi s pre-gram They wert the Rev m itUam M Dy al Jr . wha has heee in Guatemala, and the Rev Robert L liarris. miseionary to Luna. Pera, for three years Mrs WM abe pfssent the ceneenuen wiM wtnd up ion- ! werk Orsi day nwnuiig with a wwrihtp ser-j The busmen’s str^ i* a vKW heganii^ y • It a m Tesas imí agamy aew «¡rhedub* intra- ^ BSt Praoidaol leanie lüievtr wOl dwced by I andan trarapert man-be ywakwr He It a HardiaSuw apemem (o try le «ua.tfiaa poi nmns I luierstly unytenal stn- srkedele JuersamamiM ranted hy « I a han whark the werkers pUrwd ; Defegoie« witl aiteni Sundip i an nvertnna The markers sRIscied \ • tf te tte nseftmm le hark ep a ‘ m meet pay missaJ of bve riectnciaas About 4 see tttgbeet end harte ftM-ii w ..'! sinke temerrww m sytii-peihy With the yevedmes The ftnke begaa m a prstaet by the ttevederes age:ns( the preteet ^stem of rompuliory overttme Tho empkrjvrs agreed Dyal'to rssriilsr the demand hui said ¡üm ftevodars had le return ta By WCl TARPtrr    I Reporier-New* .News Efillee | Rep. Darid Rattllf. Btamlord; atatien ewnsr, Saturday. threw hy hal in the nag for stole; •enatar frans the 14ih distrkf I **Q«ne a MPiher af my friends around peer the dtsirict have cnIL id te mmind me that I eni the •enfor memher m the Horae from this Asirict and that I am due the peeniitiin te the Senate.'* he said tt a mmuni tfwimmt **ft IS my tmetnun at thy uaoe te Rothft and eilyr praspectiee coAdide*«e were irtsphined hy the Reporsef News Seturdny after rw-■wrs hed been cwrrsni thel several if tnem would seek the psal left vscam by the deeth this week of Sm HefWy Sete ef Ahiisnn. The 43iN>«r-«dd RaliMI y cran-pism« hy iirnsd term in the ffouii end y ytsppsssi Isr re-eiect^ iw IHS thttr heaki. surged ÉBi mté streets In parta al the Cara* Itnag, pransyfvanla. Maryland» Virpnia and Ne« Vari. Raarea crews taBad In rswhneta. U haenT carne ip for ifocnsslwn her« R's a kttie prsmatur« ** He dacbned te say he «eaM asi amke •he rare, hui patated eul thel    ^    m    r-jm Im. ..„--I—..-    ^    ^    caaoes    aue hipneeti w carry mos- SÄ - — T»¿? »Ä—..-w «*»• («•• da M«* IM MT ■»« Im «- ••• —f éaatm pnra» O. tmr. dmvd Maie e-» c r fUmei! eert sf three steles - Maryland Rep C r Senieä ri » « “ i for rsniinMi t ef and Nerih ene as tate ceuri. y rnmpfotmg tha second yoar af hy foer drntrtet jedgn Na id four tM rrprieeatifrra frem an ceunr m m the naithwiiy peri ef ^ IS-aouBlv senalenel dytnct Scurvy Berte Germ. Ketf. Mnw and Meeewail ’ for «BMrgeucy aid. They aeid perM ri the The aform Ml hmdaal al the ceuriil mam. hut a efoa dM «Ün \»« t Be hws nm hed M tppn- kwe wbs V*l yrat ronywed fowe tiars run down his fací Rep. 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