Abilene Reporter News, December 12, 1954

Abilene Reporter News

December 12, 1954

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Issue date: Sunday, December 12, 1954

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1954, Abilene, Texas Abilene Rips Poly 46-0; Tie Puts Breck in Finals COLDER VOL.LXXrV.NO.l76 "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRtENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR VWWLD EXACTLY AS H ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. M. M54 PAGES otrm aacnoiig DAILY fe, SUNDAY Ite t i ,11 V in Race for Senate WINTER ON THE back to their farm- house from early morning chores at the barn, Harvey Kastnlng, his wife, his son, Stevie, 20 months, and the dog, Buzzy, make a fine winter picture in the new-fallen snow near Prairie View, 111. Prairie is I few miles west of Half Day, residence of. Adlai Stevenson, about 40 miles northwest of Chicago. Flood Hits An son; Area Rains Light dark clouds rolled ahead a weak cool front Saturday that act off rainfall varying from a flash flood of 1 inches at Anton to a mere .01 in deep Central Texas. k Most o[ dry West Texas received only teasing showers, fog, or driz- zle which continued after the coo! front moved on cast, A strip of territory from Anson and Stamford'iWrtheast to Wichita Falls appeared to be in the heaviest, rainfall1 belt. Anson re- ported a flash flood around 1 p.m. which' loosed an inch'of rain on Die Iowa vithin a 30-minute period, flooding some telephone cables and knocking out about 100 phones. A number of communities in widely separated areas reported that 'showers were accompanied by considerable electrical activity and light hail. Stamford, which received l.W inches, had some light hail. Gorman was also in the light hail belt. Merkel, which recorded .X of an inch, experienced some hail, the stones being about an eighth of an Inch in diameter, but sufficiently heavy to make ground white in spots. Freeze IB The early Saturday night weath- er forecast promised little more moisture. Colder air following the front was expected to be dryer. The forecast indicated freezing weather might be In for the area Sunday night. A warm-up was Monday, but there was no promise of additional moisture. The moisture was highly accept- SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS able to farmers ranchers, how- ever small the amount In areas where the ruin amounted to a an inch or more, small grain, winter legumes aad winter weeds irenttr fitted by moisture. Considerable acre- age in the Hamlin. Rule, Munday, Seymour aad Wichita Falls received sufficient moisture wheat and oats a big boost. Many fanners fa Knoz, Jones and Haskell counties have planted winter peas and vetch, and siow- eri were suffictenUy heavy in some sections to help the iegumes. WHERE IT RAINED ABILENE Municipal Airport........., ,oj Total for Normal lor 68 ..................10 ANSON.......................100 ASPERMONT 35 BIG SPRING 10 BRECKENRIDGE............ 104 CHILDRESS.................. a CISCO........................ 06 COLEMAN .................Shwrs. COLORADO CITY........... EASTLAND.............. .50-100 GAIL........................Driz. HAMLIN 60 JAYTON MERKEL .....................10 MUNDAY RISING STAR ................10 ROBY........................ X ROTAN .......................W SEYMOUR...................I.OO SNYDER ......................50 STAMFORD SWEETWATER...............SS STATE RAIN! AMAR1LLO ...................OS I.UBBOCK ....................U AUSTIN ...........'............01 MIDLAND................... .01 FORT WORTH WICHITA FALLS ............1.19 SAN ANTONIO ...............17 COLLEGE STATION VICTORIA....................M PALACIOS ....................01 95TH FOR DR. CAMPBELL Dean of Texas Physicians Flying Here for Birthday Weatherford's spry "Dean of Texas Physicians" will celebrate 9Sth birthday in Abilene Sun- day. Dr. William M. Campben, fa- ther of Price Campbell of Abi- lene and father-in-law of state Re- publican leader Jack Porter of Houston, U the oldest practicing physician in Texas. That's a mighty big statement in itself. OMert la NattanT There's a strong possibility, how- ever, that Dr. Campbell is the old- est practicing doctor in the entire United States. The oldest physi- cian, Dr. Edmund B. Montgomery of Illinois died Wednesday at the age of 96. Dr. Montgomery's closest conten- der for that title were- two men aged 91 and (7, who each have SS years of medicine behind them. For yean, Dr. Campbell also s been swabbing throats, pre- scribing pilbt and delivering ba- bies. The habiea number more than Parker County, beloved feMraJ practitioner plans to By to AbtteM 'mitf tor birthday. "that If the weather's pret- added Mrs. R. E. Davis, UM Swtoson; a daughter si the pi. OR. W. M. CAMPBELL ...btaibday putr totey physician. Mrs. Darts has been staying with her father to his big 17 hMa.inW.aatb- Catnpbea's He's awfuuy lonely hi that big Mrs, Davis commented. She to Abfleoe for the Reds Warn Against Guarding U.S. Planes MOSCOW, Sunday, Deo. 11 ItV- Soviet Russia in a Boto warned he American government today that providing fighter coverage for reconnaissance flights near Soviet erritcry wouM increase the daa- ger of loss of American life. The warning wsa contained in a new note on the shooting down jf a U.S. RBJS photo-mapping bomb- er near the northeast Up of Japan on Nov. 7. The note was banded the American ambassador Satur- day and wai broadcast by Moscow radio early today. The note reiterated the Soviet contention that the bomber was outsHe Japanese territory. It stuck to the Soviet contention that the American bomber opened fire on Soviet MIQ 'ightera over the Soviet occupied sland of Tanftliev ia the KurUeg. before it was soot dow> by UM Reds. Despite this renewal ef the So- viet contentions, however, new Soviet BOU was unusually mild to tone and expressed Soviet regret 'or the loss of involved in sucb incidents. Russia again vigorously upheld her claim to posaeasion of the Ku- rlles north of Japan where aha says the incident took place. The note taid toe area was given to her undev Yalta agreement and that Soviet possession was coo- firmed by Gen. Douglas Maev-- ihuf, 'aupreme Allied commander a Japan, on Jan. 1MB. The latest Russian reply was ia answer to two American notes of Nov. t and Nov. IT protesting the incident Mr. Goodfellow and hfc helpers enjoy Christmas. Biggest joy a yog a turaed her down last year, she saM. -Wen, children, mother wffi do the best can. For God wffl make a 19 tor Maybe tot letter toe or didn't at aH. 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