Abilene Reporter News, October 31, 1954

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 31, 1954, Abilene, Texas ACC » 33 Lamar T. 14 Tempe 14'Abilene 47 H’SU 13 Amarillo 0 McM 550kla/ 13 ENMU 13|Colo. 6 SMU 13 Texas 13 Rice 34 Vander. 13 Arkansas 14 Tex. A&M 7 1 Baylor 12 TCU 7 Iowa 13 Wls. 7 1 UCLA 27 Cal. 6 Give nwDnKed W«»W^t ^WmeJ^eporter-lBtetDíí SUOÄY VOL. LX.XIV, NO. 134"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—ByronA.»oriatcd Press (AP)    ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31, 1954—SIXTY-EIGHT PAGES IN FIVE SECTOINS__ PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c Indianapolis Speedway Chief Feared Dead in Plane Crash DF.CATl’R, Ind , Oct 30 'iP-A tight plane crashed southwc.st of Decatur. late today, killing all three occupants, and state police said a cretlit card issutnl to Wilbur Shaw, president of the Indi.inapolis Speed-woy, uas found m the wreckage The light plane exploded end crashe<l in a field as a farmer watched nearby State police and Sheriff RobtTt \V. Shraluka said the bodies v re ground to bita in the wreck.ige Shaw wa* nfentified by a credit card and a private pilot's license Tlie pilot of the plane was identified as Ray (¡riinci. 4d, Grt-enfield, Ind The third m upant of the plane w. i not idi nf insl imme<iiately. State fHilue iaid the t»lane ex-plmied on driking I lie ground on a f .rm near Refer ^oa five niile* ftHithWt 4 of ! n-at ir Hoiner <i;nter. owner of the fitrin who wa v.nrk'ng on tractor, . aid he bt i"! a roar, looked f up HtKf *w the plauf in pieces JO to 30 !;vt from the yround. The pli»-'\    was    owninf    j h> Mu \v i.it»on t'orp (ior don lasckcv n if of Sky Har I Fort Wayne, in Adams County, Shaw won the big race at Indianapolis in 1937, 1939 and 1940. World War II ended his career as a driver, but when Anton Hulmán Jr. of Terre Haute. Ind., bought the big Iwo-and-one-half-mile track at the west edge of Indianapolis in 1945 he gave Shaw the job of running it. Abilene Man Killed When Car Hits Tree Logan Cordle Jr., 32. employee of Caldwell Music Co. was killed when his car crashed into a tree at 1709 Walnut St, about ip m. i Vote Estimate Fixed In State at 500,000 One Third Of Eligibles Due Tuesday NLRB Orders Union Election in 30 Days . . . kpredwajr rlilrf bor Airport at Imlianapol». said Ihr rk-i“.:- wiih three men left Indi- at f 06 a m for I>etroit ; Saturday. «.{> rrtumtng to ln-:    Invc.stigating    officers    satd    Ihal duin«^i* at Ute time vf the rraah j Cordte, who lives at 2341 W alnut IMerftii« IS 38 miirt »uuth of ¡St , mm driving »outh on Walnut M . when hi* ItMi ciHipe jumped cufb and hit a tree. Offtcen I r*»HT AHTÎH R iV: » f~\ \t^    '.!*•    if fl-    ü'ti'f TrPv sai 1 ’.mí*' the \.iî f-ral L.ibi»f Reîat'ont îî* .lî.l ' »• ruîîHl th.it 'O iisa rlett:i»nc    twf*    hr'd    with    n I? d.»\s    •' f   îh-n ret.a.1 >'.rA? tîe calkxS it s 'ictory fiif Ihe ^•i»u(t1 Ums. oho r-;;>í^Tait«sí > liLT cî ‘CTC bi tnc '/e*f-l«f^ dtopODiJ, ' ».n br -eleasac «itil the partie* irf *re notdted II# «nd !t »uKiïd bt Monday or later »ben the M RH -r. wtr •» «nowinremen! iMtd the à/te.tMm §00 bi im. i*f «-4 I «i • NEWS INDEX id the VI J! <|. r»t    t.je tf a! I ' s t • -»lir L * ‘ e tiue Pt4HWMdl tiied tufsed df’e.î! s F' j "*e    \r<    I    l-vt «icu 4 ’(I '    '    If    -sn - rU U* ; rist t    IhNkted f ■ i Vn* ’ K , 1 ht’ '    jCJ. tlff Í*' .■V . s hi '.im S i lICTIGM A el Ve*m « CSma 10 í It-tl UCTIOM i Quae-el 1 M«B §•#« i t 1 mmmt «• AMm# 1 1 ^ Us*» • i CVw—* li-ll feetes Te IB tt 14 II tiCTiOM C msmmrnm «vate*« 1 I Bei liw Vea«« t Uno* tmm tmrnm • 1 1 ámmm C»«a Pm^mm fe Wl 1 liO—F* f • «ra«ie « AUirnm tmm CmUmém II It WCfiO» B leMB II ***•?.____ tfe îhi h¿d not determined the taux# af the .f-ndent Saturday night i‘<»fdle was- taken to the Hen-dr vk Memorial llatipitai where a ph>»H'i«n prt»n**«mrd H.m dead on amvd Me w»i the only ecru- j pant (rf tk£ Cdir    i Offuers Invrftîjsatini th# at rident were Fatrutm?« J D Self and J O GtU of tí« Ktnkfw pobre I 1 .tfd;!- «as N»rn Aped IÎ. IfS, Î ;n Keittucky and ss-rvrd with Ih# j :jth Ai-ny Div i*»«n »tatwned at M amp Bailiele) at Abileae darmg * World War H Later ae mm an^ pad ta Geniuuif «tiert tw «ai «uuMeiS M atlK»n Me «a*    0 n cmhef <*i the Fj*>» I'»Jgr «• Hia^nr K' . a«d < june *..» .t? tene agaia n Hay !»« im Ma« SI Ih» year fee aiurriad %era Blair Ife Abilene barv^t'ort im tu-le h * • 'e •’rt»«hikUe«i Dale \*iÄ-Te t»j-> I «ff h *    Ml» Itxa } «.ifjA H . K« ’-.'rr ».»5e»*, XI-» Ur .Vc.r »    M-»    « Afefwe M - "-'    b"'"    *1    P.a-’*■ K« ar»4 M-.    W    ...    m > »*. ¿ifid a    -1‘wf I ' L »,*".» H'j “ir K«    h,»    ah! ♦'..i<Srî ta ia« Xi; .'S'vi Xîf* J r H SAP. 10.1« Waôva: H Putm'é «is»svge«i»re‘»    ^ mmmmtmé bf liw WAei Aaffv« fMetal Hmm IM1RM COXSTRrCTIO.V PROJECT LArXCHED — Amarvllis Roach of Brownfield. a girl unable to enroll m Abilene Chn-Uan Collofle ihw fall because of lack of dorm facilities, turn* the first spade of dirt Saturday to inmate construction on the new women's dormitory at ACX. Loft to rtfht art B. F. Horn, Abtitnti eoBtractor who will build me new men's dormltorx*; W. H. Sindt. regional director of the Housing and Home Finance agem7, through which D0LLS T0 G0 >•• 0N PARADE a.hd’ f*«4Ì* 7’^ ¡a fotna to Iw on pa-forte .Sere t»e« 3 4 aad i in IWI Sho«    «lU    he t v The %h.te:ir Re-piitrfVra* :n r-w-prtaitoQ « th I'5c i !*y RetrrataW De-I j.tnM-nt ami the \t-.a-ne Jun* .,<t b«r« .iT Leagur \ -V 1! find thc Jr<a.ii in the paae ed«efttaefnettt «n Page r^B aad w Mene* tPO Fase ACC secured the $15 GRID VICTORY CAPS dormitory building loan; President Don H. Monir, Mis* Roach; Congressman Omar Burleson, ACC trustee; James E. Freeman, ACC fiscal agent; Z. I. Rtmbo, Fort Worth contractor who will build the women’s dormitory; and Edward L». Wilson, architect of WUsOB. Pautiioii li At-iodates, Fort Worth. Groundbreaking ceremonits were held in conjunction with ACC’s homecoming. lUoyd Jones Photo). HOMECOMING 5,000 Cro«vn 'Hill' os ACC Celebrates, Plans far Future CiPy Civic Ltodtr Wfioyily III Bee «    .-a* in ay Î auiífc?. * smâ    ’•e 1 le*Jr« a »er    ’3 a* M*; - lâeaaejtifc Ho«r'-»i •*«-« «« M*a te.aw a si    XÍ    _ •feetl W ♦ Attempt to Poison Niion Reported tx X Ji - vica k . ^ T» •arreiary I f V    ■ , í*.ct«ív,*4»r . .    •    t«wC. >    é€    J.    î'ÏÂ^ftl*    ' “X.-iJ'" iT'B re* *    «il-«-®    W T «1    ®C«i.    ' ÿ'St âsÆà lha *»i V tSÉ    M    Ife* . . f , çfesaa K« a« kâé 11 Vott Abtf «!•« IgHoIi of H«flttll Hxhkt m \ Î aeer#*. run. '‘is^ara 1* I e Mare    «■    Rg. l«-At X    .ji    - mn I«* oa the H Sa .. ♦ )    4^4    aiier    the «    ni« * «rehraUOB. Vbi.ma L hrv*!iaft I oUrg# had-« toiunrfiart caft*’,rvw'^ ion af two mm oormioruB* «tU g-ouadmali- enrmtmj«« st* laiortad a are lale «I ahMB- Bi J’ Fed iJH pBrtMwa m a ktag i4i# haitmu» luac'ho«« 4 I rffxS tA atuOrMa ta grt bo-hind l.*»a r«»*lrae >    mmt    ftrt*’ itmt to laaufo cee'jiMod grvtttB 1 Ad«aaraii |»Ub* fiw lit iKh UM,»arwy Ceiefefai.ua dunag -jw iBkx la Mfedul year a    leinar    T*«h. G li a '.he    afaUf^W    ciaaa «: T i ma arU Ma-'X 4«« Proitt cveu ’r«oi liela-W*. Aim. »V* IC* rx    »y-*ea a fe^MUwptnl a »af»elx alw»« t«t . :ty .^t !r* itiwaa \a’.-a*'J«y uigfM X-i    san»    #*•» «.%.iaJ ir Ä»ma itia.ef Ba a/4a> T4e»a «J» Ule law %<V »•.laleoia „ * a«J    memb«-» »arllea '-w It ! ifimd tu HiMfe t'uUi X BW Xnuu>U*a KuauB ft hmatUiei« * 'u--'« iCi » asW;’'.    ’h« ’ ■»; s^,*de si d-n im .vo*'í««'í ««• s-.'    '«a    * T- t, ’.<«    a'. ,1 Ptä-s-iP-'O, «• fss* a M-lV-.-aAÎ H*- X: a-i    ■ ■ ■<    I.*“» ¿ a a* e W * cv*! ki 1 IA.» (a*. ...U •.•! àai.« -ey ‘a. . 1'» 1st mmmrm b t-rf »«íttaiS.» aaí» a^aJe *• ,,    »A-I»a    rkrfv »«• Ff»« ident Don H Morris. Prüf W. Earl Browa mi Uie facult> aad Cm§Tm» mau ibnar Bu;U»oe. manMiir Bf Uw ACC bBBTd of truMaai. f^. Brova ir:eílf tnuwd a hit-tory mi éonaìiatir^ al ACC Mbcb iU f^wBdtng la iw# Rep B«uJe-•BB fBprwwd cenfJefeee that th« aew hu:ìdii;i.i «i^4 be (Mbcated la the h^sfe purpoeea §Ì tht CfeBü«. Veed Ve« tjfefary IVr» .Mome »aMl ÜW fetw di»-n» « ! only partt^ MtWiy thè    ai Ihm coliete. **Beai<iei viaieroom »in»«# «« B«e4 a ae« iJirary. auditenum. caieiena aad fteid twuee ' he mid ife «rfuif eoe* pmwBt le hect tlw pfBoMt fas*i ra.MUt "arapwite ta erfeCt a 1341 «oe Bude buUàmt •• tha can»-¡HSS wat year ta tuo chapel máérmm m ieoiM) AiplAortum. the prewéMl aakad ihe «aw îe de Uuee Uung» ! pfa> l-'-at Xî*- eae ihnSUafe ioxiete may ever be «we fefed »4Keki " 2' I *# milmtmem lhai ka «ad porpow» auw mm be luta 3 Te hr i«i w the MMI Md xamêm >*fm pfeswrxy aad mooey ae th*i m yovr chUdraa aad y«ir «fefiárafe s rluidrta cafe heoem frefei mm prw gram U driatiaB adoratiofe ** The A CapfwQa CUnw ffevt a CBftcert m Uw andUem. «feBifet the Star hpaagwd Baaafer swi a Ballad far AmefWfefef «ib DooaBea the aafeit A «wfe i let perferwd. .Veer Olllreee Cari •1 the •euaead the •§« airvcefs. KWcted eare Cbartfei «Abe* the cola, pre^daat. Part «efth Leea Rre«# «ICO priMiiilBl. Abileae Mra Ueyd SweGa aad teait Hay*. Bte Abileae dwertor», aad Loyd Bi&iar af JMatwaiar aad rerrem Orr U Veraaa. eatailiwa direcuvt 71w MeeniG PiamBiei <f the feOect't BBi Aaatewaanr Cbie-braiMS iarred m a martal day nwnufei eitb J C cfeaiimaa. a charga A bread eathae mt m y infll By MARTHA COLE Associated Pré« htaff Just about 500,000 Texans — le« than one-third of the state's eligl-i ble voters — are expected to vote in Tuesday’s general election. The Republicans are working to get out a big vote, especially In Houston and Dallas, and hoping that apathy among the Democrats will help elect some GOP candidates. Maoy Candidates The state as a whole will vote on all state officers, from governor on down; on a congressman at-large; on one U S. Senator and 11 proposed amendments to the statt constitution, including one to quirt women to serve on Juriet. In additicm, 21 U. S representatives are up for election in the Congressional districts and so are all members of the state house ef representatives and one • third ol the state senate m their dtstricUL Thc Hepuhlicans have candidatet for governor, .state agnculture cofnmtssioner, the U. S senMe. eongressmaa - at-large, mid fur three ccngrtssionai posts — In Dallas. Houston and the Panhandle. The Consiiiuikm party has ran-didatae for agriculture rummia-siofier and the I S Senate. -EtrrlleW Cfeawe* *"t beftexe mm have aa ansBant rbBfK» í9 the ffeuatan. OGtee wd Pifthandj« namresshHUd face*," sauf H J 'Jack* Porter, Moustea, KepuMkoa naueeal comfnttteetnaa Sir Texas Repant «e have received G «tete hradquartnrt lead os defmaa-ly te helMr«e that each e< the three raadidates hx* better thM aa exea fervak if prv*m( trends catrtimie Ifereagh electum day *'A heavy Repitbitcaa stete Vult can be expected bccauee el the asmase aMerest genereted m tha Itsfe largest voting artat. Hwastea Last THtariday Preeadeat Els sa bewer aeai a iwesiags la Pener ia «bki be urged Ti eat aai ««le I.IM Vi Tbe RepatklicBBé garnered ealy J.im vetes la their July pn-la ittfe—the last aua presi» Tbe mm «as set far Dae IA deaual eletuaa year-4hetf ream» dale lar getemsr drew almeei efe.* «i keir% la lae IMI-ipraeral eia^ Uea »bee Repuhlicaa Eteaabeiser earned tue suie the GUP creai hie x«ie was «Ife lit Arearxtmg to p«st histery Dense* rreiic MmiaatMMi la ihe prianartes has me«M eéert n Vo% ssafeer. Ueeaurrats ttsd.iiur.aily step tfeesr *»i*«e 4 Aiiipaign.iie aflrc !iue la iWtf peny • Tbe euaiwted Par pesmnaar. Alimi Wmmmt% ^ BUwtmvm ff A4 Cat t IF DEMOCRATS WIN Attempt Fails to Dynamite Auto of Ohio Congressman Johnson, Rayburn Stand In Line for Highest Posts tf rum %ae<iii%iB9 PBfeJhfe t«- Ic«A > it n .tté    \jJit -w ■    I-«*.*    *•    ’<m    S« rwiie «HiJ . H .    ,-.    -...1    ■’V    E } « -1 ..    .•. ■,«»»    -M Tur, > ¡^K m i si rir'v'. J... 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