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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1954, Abilene, Texas COOLERSbílent ReporterMDRNmC'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron VOL. LXXIII, NO. 349 Aanocinted Press (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1954—TWENTY-TWO PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c Oppenheimer Denied Atom Security Okay tornado Kills Paducah Baby SECONDS FROM HO>iE—An airman's shirt dangles from a rear window of the Air National Guard C-47 plane that crashed one mile from the Duluth, Minn., municipal airport, snuffing out nine lives. The plane, on a return flight from Indianapolis, was coming in for a second landing attempt when its right wing apparently scraped the ground. I ported near Bakersfield, no miles ^ to the northeast. There were indi-j The craft plunged into a gravel pit. A deputy sheriff, at left, inspects the wreckage. west of San Angelo. Hundred-mile- cations it was all part of a had By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tornadoes smashed West Texas Tuesday night, killing one and injuring nine persons at Paducah and ruining much near-ripened cotton. Another, smaller tornado was re activity also was reported southeast of Paducah. Ai Bakersfield, windows were blown out and a small barn blown down. No one was hurt there. Shortly afterward 100 mile.s an hour winds battered Wichita Falls Mrs. Cray Sane; McM Wins Land Special to the Hcporlrr-Ncw«. MONAHANS. June 1 — Jurors decided here in 3.*» minutes Tuesday that Mrs KeU*c< a K.-^tes Grav was .•-ane when .-.ho made her will and added a codicil anu ndment to It. The d cis'on o|X'iU'd the way for Mc.Murry t oilci;« and three other Moth<xlisl institutions to receiv funds estimateil by Dr Harold 0 Cooke, McMurry president, at several hundred thousand dollars. The jury delilwrateil shortly over half an hour in a case which required .seven day.- of tesiimony Attorneys argutnl for five hours Tuesday — the eighth day of the trial. tunte.stants have 10 days to {>cti- Health Unit Heod, Dr. Sadler, Dies Dr F E Sctdler. du e* * >r of the' City t ou»ty*lkwdHr i»it here, died about    p    ni-    Tuc.>day at his, home at t"ó6 Westridge Dr He had bi^*n ill several months He had t>e>'n dir* .-tor of the unit f.’Kx' -Mar M 1. 1 s diti was bjrn near Ron-la 1 w e ne aiiee.-d xradt ind n »Hol H' re c;\esl a dos lor of imxlieine doj^r'x* fratn tn-Itnverv'iv ot leni s His iirst nuxli i! ^ i <.e w ■; ,u Ccvdvate. Cikla.. wh-'re he rennur ed 1Í >ears Ifurun World W.ai I he served win an \ rn medi* «1 cli\ i.sion He wa.s u.esliial sujx'r;mendont of tne t,)klahon;a \eteraa.s Ho. oi-t il It » hu . Okla tor 14 vt .u ^ tin 4e la »se Dr Siidler besame dirtx tor ot Die health unit for Midland, batur aad Hnwiird C*.üntu H* H i\tM in Ml H 111 Itw, whon Ir.hur. Okla . Dr Sad Í coiiunanaer of th» ;ion ;etnber of the Ameri-1 \s>.K u»t!on a..d the «t'D • Mtni'cal .As wa.' a tr. üilver ot the Kiwain> i luh .inj the I'n-.stn-lerian t uiiren Funeral wdl Iw h-id at 10 am Thursday in Fills Fune a! Honw char-'l at .M dl.md Dffuiatin;: will be ihe Hev. .Math a Litin p.istor of the Pre-sbMei’an Chureh of Midland Burial wud be m R»-it H *v«'n Men ari.i! P.irk at Midland I'odbe. -* Will h W W i'euk {toll and '' S[iur^;eon Hartun, bothj 11 Abile?'.:    l.iee    Fo\ and C A j M. S i. fv'th ot ft ;; .SprifY; I'ut ti.' Ili' iion 01    and Bu»k Knk , §!■> of Midland Honorary pailbt'arei.-. will Iw diHtors in Tavior t’ounlv a/ul Mid land Thi' bc.ly wdl lie in rtnte until pm WiNlniiday in Kikur Warren Funeral Home í li.-ipnl m Abd ne The luKiy will lie in si de Horn t*, p m \Ve<iiuY"da> until fía funeral lion for a new trial. If they should receive a new trial, it will be the ; third The first trial ended in a ' hung jury last October Judge (J. C. Olsen instructed his HWh District Court jury to answer two questions 1 Was Mrs Gray sane on June '2, lt452. when she made her will? i ‘2 W as she sane on .Aug, 9. 1952. wh- n she added the amendment '    Ti'..    jury decided she was sane both days. The will provided that lour .Meth-^ i;;iisl institutions should share alike i in her estate. McMurry College is , one of them. The estate consists of 147 producing oil welF on five sections of i land, plus securities and bonds. | Profxinent.s in the trial said the • estate was worth less than half a ; miilion dollars. an-hour winds battered Wichita Falls. The death was that of a Latin-American infant, about 16 months old, caught in a house blown in about eight miles southwest of Paducah. Betty Laney, administrator of the Richards Memorial Hospital at Pa-1 ducah, said nine other persons ! were injured and under treatment but none in serious condition. ! .Muss Laney did not have the names of the dead and injured ; The Weather Bureau confirmed that the storm at Paducah was a; tornado.    | and wind storm which cut a path across the lop of the South Plains ^ from about 80 miles northwest of; Lubbock and past Wichita Falls. ! All power was knocked out in Paducah, a county seat town of about 2..500 people some 120 miles, northeast of Lubbock. Almost all telephone lines were down. Those in operation were restricted to emergency use. Sandlin said a Latin-.American infant was killed about eight miles southeast of Paducah when a house was blown down. “Pm not certain there was a funnel. ’ said Sandlin. "There was SCIE.VTIST OPPENHEIMER ... but a loyal citizen Attorney Pleads For Rehearing WASHINGTON, June 1 fAP)—A special Atomic Energy Commission security board has voted 2-1 to deny J. Robert Oppenheimer, famed atomic scientist, access to atomic secrets. Herbert Marks, attorney for Oppenheimer, made public the AEC action today. He said he was notified of the board’s decision in a letter dated May 28. Marks said he immediately asked the AEC to reconsider the decision. He asked permission to file briefs. The letter from the AEC told Oppenheimer the security board recommended “that your clearance not be reinstated.’' Gordon Gray, former sec-[-- retary of the Army and now penheimer opposed develop-oresident of the University of ment of the hydrogen bomb North Carolina, headed the anj had Communist links, special board which held hearings on charges that Op- Wind blew sand so thjcksand m the air jusl ahead couidn t see whether there was a along funnel. The twister roared the city’s western outskirts. Hospital sources said tornadic Price Flays Inconsistency Special lo the Reporter-.Vews ST. LOl’IS. June 1—It is not the successful attack of blatant unbelievers, the during denial of His existence which discredits ...    ,    ¡Jesus Christ before the world but ion rstants .,a,d the talue w,u ,    i,.oon.s.stent    liv.-s    of more than $2 million. that you he citrue \4 I hr V I Ami'i'-.an I. He v\,i> a cm M * rivi 1 laiion Ml I>K. F. E. SAIH.ER I hour at F.Uis 1 unei al Home in Mid-lumi. I s..:vt\or' are ht.s wiie. Louise, C i^adler o{ McAles-two daughters. .Mrs Hugh Hall and Mr Ed Rett or t th of Oklahoma t ily. i)kla • tiirtH' brothers, H K Sadbr of Mariow, tikla J K Satller ot Port Arthur and L. R Sadler of Corpus Christi. Senators Hike Farm Money WAMllNGTON. June 1 .f—The Si'iialc today adopted overwhelmingly iui amendment adding 14 1 million dollars to the annual farm money biM. then postjxmed final ! action on the measure until tomorrow. Pending when the Senate re-ces-sed was a provHvsal by Sen. I Douglas D ill to add 3.5 million dollars in 1* .in funds for rural elee-* sibiliiy. We neeii in the.se days to intication project.'- The Hou.se has rei'over the true relation.ship wich should exist between our seeing and being, between our nxeption of his gifts and our reflection of his character” His talk was on the closing program of the conference \4e\lnes-day the main busine.'-i for which the thousands itf mes.>engers came to St. Louis begin.s—the Southern rather the incon.sijstent His people, the diflerence between what we profess and what we manifest. Dr Sterling Price of Abilene told the Southern Bapiist Pastors Conference here Tuesday night "I do not think the world cares much about our cretxis or our doctrines. When we translate di>c-trincs into dtxxis and crevis into character, then the world is convinced and attracted.” the p.istor of I niversiiy Baptist Church of Abilene. Tex told the crowdcxi Third Baptist Church throng of preachers from all over the southland. Dr Price also said that “Our Christian profession is a matter of verv .solemn and .serious respon- hiked the Ei.'-enhower admini.slra-tion ret|ue>i on this irom 148 million dollars to 193 million for the fiscal Jear .'¿tartin^ July 1. a figure ai'ceptevl by the Senate .Appropriations Commilic. Th*‘ lull carries about $l.t>46.(XXp. mm :n nev^ ta.sh and k*an author-iiy for the Agriculture Department and various harm programs. MANDATE ARRIVES Sentell To Jail Expected to Return at Snyder Today Tye Voles To Incorporate TYE. June I KN.n Hi denl.s approvi-1 incorpoiaiiuii ot the City ot l>e m * 414» vote here lueitlay A m.t.voi and aldenneii will be cliHteil in the tn'ur future Official reMilt.- of the elect.on will tM' aniuHiiued by ra>l»>i I ounly JudjX' Reed Iiim.iI.sIh* atler the vottare canv,i' .ed Obsieivers .sinculated that ih*' vote wa.s Ciuupai iHvely .small l>e taii.se many resident.^ tailed to pay txvll t.ixcs, heme, they were not qualifiiHl to v»»te    i Many new resident.s have moved i to th# eoinmuiiity a'ul also were i 39 not quuUfied to volo, observer« iiddod. b.NVDER, Jane 1 Hep Frank .4111011 tnobably will return to the .Scurry Pounty jad Wtnlnesday ‘nniiuiu; lo complete .servue of a 72 h tur contempl ft court sen teme ,)u<! e siertUi.k; WiUuuns ot 132d l ;in*l ourt, wfiu originallv im P-’.-ed ibe 3 day seiiteiue un Vn-l-!1    hicsday n;-<ht he liad tiirned ovei lo the hcurr> i'ounty .í'.enti s oltue a inand.ite by the .M .supieiiu' i'ouit atliiíuing tbe s»nteme Jud.-e Uilliams -aid be rcicivcd the mándale in Sumlay'.s mail and (iMtk it to the .sheritf.s oífu e Mon da> moniing lor »erviee He Mial KH* FRANK SFNTFll. . 39 htturs mare he told a deputy to hold the orde' until Shentf Hiimer Whi.snand. who war out ot town, had relunu J Shentf Whi.snami, wtm airivtHi biok .at his t'ffue Tuesd.iy night, salii b*' wouUl probably s»'rve the mandate and return St'iitell to jail could hold the mandate or could Wixliu .sday morning    i    tuiu it over t*'^ Slu ritf Homer S«>nteU already has served S3 Whi.snand to be enlorctHi hours of the sruter.iv Whether he | The contempt case «ruse during shal would have to serve the remauung trial of « civil suit Judge Williams hours was up to Judge fiiuHl the legi.slalor lUW ami sen Williams A Supreme Court clerk I tenersi hsm to thrt*e dav s in jail ,«l Auxltn «aid the di||rict court i after warning Scinteli he was m* of the highest wind couldn’t see anything.” Sandlin said 1 30 inches of rain fell in about half an hour. .Au.xiliary lighting was set up for the Paducah hospital. Sandlin said tnere was some damage to residences in Paducah. Downtown buildings damaged in elude an old brick buUdmg whose walls were caved in. Hail and high winds cut a swath across the top part of the South ' Plains. Information on the Padwih • storm was incomplete.    ! However, motorists arriving in Matador told editor Douglas Meador of the Matador Tribune the storm swept across the we.st edge of Paducah. There were unconfirmed reports a tourist court in Paducah and a filling station on the town’s west edge were levelled. The motorLcls told of baseball- ‘ size hailstones. There were dents in their cars, even in the hard chrome, big enough to embed a finger.    ! The 100 mile winds at Wichita ' Falls were measured by the Wea-1 tlwr Bureau there, which said they j might have been stronger—the j wind gauge was blown out of t'om- j mission at the 100 m p.h. mark * Showers, Hail Possible Here Thunderslw'.ers aixl pu..<ibly^ some hail may be in stare for .Abilene and area Wcxlnesday. j Forecaster at the U S. Weather i Bureau Tuesday night made the fowHMSt Some wind might acaim-i panv the showers, they said. Temperatures will be m the 90s with a low of about 60 degrees Wednesday night.    | Two storm areas, one hi the i San .Angelo-Midland area, and one in the Wichita Fails-Lubbix'k area, missed .Abilene Tuesday Winds of 100-mph were reported at Wichita . Falls and 60 • mph at San Angelo. ! St vmour. to the north, and 75 I inch of ram Tuesday and Monday ; had a trace Lightning was ro* * ported Tuesday night northeast I of Hotan towards Stamford I    ^ Mrs. Radford, 67, Has 2d Operation; Condition Critical S.\Nr.A MONICA, Calit June I .4^ Mrs Annabel Radtord, 67. muUimillionaire real estate owner of Abilene, Tex , underwent a .sec-1 Olid iH'v^*t'«tion yesterday ami is m , extremely critical Cvvndiiion, her surgcv !i siihl tixlay Stricken while visiting here with : her son, tilm producer James Rad forvL she hail a first otxralion Mav 19 for a throinbivus or blmxl cliH of Hh' main abdominal intestinal artery Dr Elmer t.»iH»el. the surgiHMi. .said yesterday s surgery, ol "an extreme major nature ' ' was for a severe extension of the I ihromlHCM.s j But ht‘ said Mr», Radtord, re-; I'dVtug stimulants and drugs, was I I'onsciixis and joked th^ n <xnmg I with nurses and ph)sicians in St. the British imtx'rud general staff, I John « Hiw-pUal He said she h*s left    by    plane    tonight    tor    W aNfunjii.-1 "tnc nuvst remarkable spirit and ton    to    atteml    a    five    jHiwei    mih- vitality at any |vaUent in iny car conferenct on Um MkkittL itm."    ....    . McCarthy Said ‘Hitler Parallel’ W.ASHLNGTO^', June 1 .Jr—Sen Flanders <R-Vt- today accused Sen. Mci'arlhy 'R-Wis' ot Hitler-like tactics which. tl»e Vermonter said, have sown division and confusion in the nation, besmii'ched responsible government, and created “foreboding” among such mi-iMvrilies as the Jews. Flanders, ranking McCarthy in a Senate floor speech, look the position that McCarthy s actions have aided the Communists’ divide-and-drive. “Were the junior senator from Wisconsin in the pay of the Communists. he could not have done a better job for them, ” Flanders said.    ‘ Hold on Senator The 73-ycar-old \ermonier. now in his eighth year in tix? Senate, also raised the question whether Roy .M. Cohn, chief coun.sel of the McCarthy subcommittee, has some kind of hold on Moc arthy to influence his actions. Flanders also asked why Cohn showed "an al-masi passionate anxiety ’ to retain G. David Schine as a collaborator on the staff of the .McCarthy committee. Flanders said the Senate subcommittee now investigating Mc-i'arthy’s dispute with .Army offi-viaLs has not yet “dug into the real heart of the mystery.” That The board, it was disclosed tonight. reached the conclusion that the physicist, who had scientific charge of the creation of the first atomic bomb, is “a loya! citizen” but is nevertheless a security I risk. For one thing, it said, he wa.s ;    an active fellow traveler of the ;    Communists at one time and !    showed “poor judgment in contin- I    uing sorre of his past associations I into tlie present.” For another, it held that his past personal relationships of the .Army i opposition to all-out research on private, the    staff    assistant    iCohn), |    the hydrogen bomb delayed, in eland the    senator    «McCarthy.”    j    feci, a concerted attempt to make That brought from McCarthy a such a weapon. Thus, it said, the demand that Flanders be called security interests of the United before the subcommittee as a wit- States were affected ” ne:>s. put under oath, and asked to Uppenheimer was given until tell "w hat that mystery is. ” At i oeu Monday to notify the AEC one point he suggested that Flan-1 whether ^ ders be subpoenaed, buk he with-    r. drew the suggestion. .McCarthy was not present when Flanders spoke in the Senate, but he spoke up a short time later during the televised hearing in the Senate office building. A icious. Disbonesi He said Flanders had done a V1C10U.S and dishonest” thing in raising ‘Yaciai issues ’ concerning the search for communism. ^McCarthy said he is a Catholic. Cohn a Jew and staff chief Francis P. Carr a Protestant, but the three have worked together to fight com-munu-m vxilhout regard to religious issues. Flanders, who had attacked McCarthy in an earlier Senate speech last March 9. was the fifth Senate Republican to speak out against the Wisconsin senator since Sat- j a review of the case by its Personnel Security ’ Review Board. But hi§ attorneys ’ said that would lake too amcb time. Instead they asked that the commission itself take the case' “under immediate consideration” They also requested pennission to file a written brief by Monday and to appear in oral argument before the commis->ion. Marks said Gray voted with Thomas A. Morgan, former president of the Sperry Corp . in the recommendation that Uppenheimer s clearanc'e not be reinstated The dissenting vote. Marks said, was cast by Ward V. Evans, chemistry professor at Loyola University at Chicago. The board came to the “dear conclusion * that Oppenheimer is "a loyal citizen. * It said, however, that “1. We find that Dr. Oppeutieim- Baptist Convention. mystery, he saia. ‘ concerns the NEWS INDEX SICTION A WemeM't N««»* Po9£t 3, 4 Od News Po9C 10 SfCTION i Sports . . . Pafct 2, 3 Editoriois...... Pof« 4 Comics ...... Rof« S Clostdiod . . . . Pafet 4-8 Form, Markott . . . ... Po9« 9 Radio. TV ..... . . Poga 9 urday. Earlier todav. Sen. Ferguson of,er's continuing conduct and asso-.Michigan, chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, told White House reporters that McCarthy was wrong in urging government workers lo sut>ply him with secret information regardless of whether this violates a presidential directive Sen. Duff R-Pa- in a television interview in PhiUtdeiphia Sunday said .McCartliy has issued "an in-v'tatiiMi to anarchy” in calling for federal employes to provide him with information alxmt alleged subversion in the government. tcrrupttxl too much S'nlell s alitnnoys a'liteiulixl in their apt>eal to the Supreme Court ‘ that Sentell was meivly doing his 'duty in stamling up tor his cuent The Supreme v oiul split 6 3 m upholding the contempt citation. Senldl considered carrying his aptH'al to the U S Supreme t'ourt but luially decuitnl that would Ive tiKi easily Girl Loses Foot In Lawn Mower DALLAS, June I b- A t»ower lawn nxiwcr cut a fak oil a tF yeai old girl tatay during a $cho»»l ! play t>eriod Beatrice Hughes w as reiHuietl in gi«xi txMulition («tH'rge Coley, principal, .saul Beatnc** and 'other girls w»re runnine. b<-5,ide a big sickle tytve mower Either j she tell or was pusluM inM the ' path of It,■’ I'ole.v said Flying fo Capital LUMHIN, June l fv Field Mar Sir John Harding, chiei of l^ry LIKE MOTIIKR, LIKE D.VUGHTER—.Mice Ann Cogdell. left, and Leslie Leach follow m their mothers’ footsteps. The two Abilene Christian High School seniors graduatetl together Tuesday night, just as their mothers did from Abileu« li%h    (Staff    photo    David    Bai    ro^ ciations have reflected a serious disregard for the requirements of the security system. "2 We have found a susceptibil-ity to influence which could hav* serious miplications for the security interests of the c-ountr\. i "3. We find his conduct in tbe hydrogen bomb program sufticicnl-ly disturbing as to raise a doubt • as to whether his future participation. it characterized by the same aunuues m a guveiiuneat program relating to the national defense, wixiki be clearly consistent with liie best interests ot security. • 4 We have regretfully coiiciud-) ed that Dr Oppenlwimer has been less than candid m .«everal instances m his testimony befoi# this board THE WEATHER Di.rxarMi.xT oi ioxMr.at» wxxTHt.a aiar:«i xaiLkSfc; xxn vuixitv    — p*iu. juki w*r-n W<\nicjHl*,v. c»x»ier Wt*il- «tmuo.*« aiU» UtunOvrshtarr«. M4.\in»um W«aB«*d*>    9i. k'w j»iK>4t ■ Parti} ck'viJj    o’OUna«a    n»0»l Irm- •»'■«turt* Thuf-ni*.* NORTH Cl NTRVl TKX V.-« PauU' elk>u4} w«a»>*-«l*>, l> .'4l Ihuoilrr»;». U.« ¿aU lunttaa    WiOn«»djy    aiflH ju4 in    W#v;n»'»4*'    *iit«r»u.n'. 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