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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 16, 1954, Abilene, Texas Abilene    21 Odessa    7 Midland 2S Amarillo 14 Lubbock 26 Berger 20 San Angelo 41 Pampa 34 Comanche 33 Coleman 25 Big Spring 25 Vernon 25 Breck P'view 3^ S'water    13 7| Snyder    12 Stamford Graham 42 6 Ballinger 14 Lake View 0 Albany    41 Merkel    7 FAIR, COOL ^Wlme jReporter-JBtetoi m"™“» "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron » , , ----- V0inXXIv7N0. 12i Associated Pres, (API ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 16, 1954-EIGHTEEN PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS___ PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c 100 m.p.h. Winds Hit New York; Hazel Dies BFFOKE IIURRICANF hits—Workmen at Providence, R. I., are busy above sand-bagging a power company’s main generating plant near the Providence was received that the Won’s eighth hurricane might hit the area after striking the Carolinas Friday morning. _    I    efteeow nsurance    «»« Firm Goes To Receiver .41STIN. Oct 15 ft-Mid-Contifi-fru County Mutual Fire limurance Co. of Houston a as placed m receivership by a district court «rder today. Tht action vtas brought by Any Cen, John Bra Siicpperd at the r«qofsi el tht Hoard el Inturasee Commtsaiaaers Siiepperd saH th* receiver will liquidate the company's assets tor clamianis. crcdiloft and policy-holdt*r' Judge Jack Ruherts of tasth District i'uurt isiuicd the judgmmt on tt»e basil of Shcppml s suit allef-tng the Company wa* inx.iivent Tli# ruinpany had failed to m^urc prop^ er luenw» t*»r »t* agents and solicitors, and the offjcrrs and di-rrvtors of the firm had mishaiidled It» assets The lirm. previously m ban An-le«K* KhI l*een in operation suk« almui UM9 and ha*l » hanged handa on«.e or iwue. said an awistani attorney genera! Its president awl genet a) manager was AH l^wts of llouxlon. a ho t'Hjg ov er in Aa fu»t. imi The Hth Tesas insuranc* iaiUtre li 23 munthft. kluiCooUneol bad at’»Hit t2UU noo worth of tnsuran»« II* force, most of it ut Harru I'oua- iy Deaths in U.S. Increase to 33 NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (/P)—Hurricane Hazel one of the century’s most dangerously erratic storms, rocked New York with 100 mile per hour winds tonight. But it w I a dying gesture on the part of the big storm. “The worst is over,” was the weatherman’s cheering word as the barometer began to rise in mid-evening. Hurricane Dies Far to the west of the city, the hurricane spent its waning strength against the immovable barrier of Pennsylvania’s mountains. Then it died and its force was absorbed in part by a new storm center in southwestern New York. Hazel’s death toll stood at 33 In Settlement Of London Strike Fails LONDON. Oct 15 gp—Efforts to settle the strike ol 24.000 dockers which has shut down Loodon's busy port coUapeed tonight and the government warned that Bntain’s food supplies and export trade were endangered Coupled with a spreading bus-men’s walkout and an order tor a irouitwul the nuhl.    | m«, ttrike by Ttume. River lu*.    -    ........ »um da d_um!_ mami York harbor, five pentene namm- continental United States It .swept into the Carolinas from sea early today, battering its way into the .Northea.stern states after grazing Washington with unsurpassed fury. Ashore and at sea millions cringed before its awesome might. Ships frantically changed course. Airplanes fled like game birds before a forest fire. Men pitted their puny strength in a frantic battla to blunt Its destructiveness. Like ExpreM Trala The storm gathered the momentum of an express train at times. Behind it thousands wrere left bumeless. Even in death, the hurricane was wickedly menacing as gales and dangerous Udal swell» lingered on throughout the night. VICIOCS L.U>Y—This Haitian farmhouse, on    «0^*1^^^«^ peninsula, i«    dpmniLqhed bv Hurricane Hazel. The big sHMtn len neavy damage in chain and e nüxci,. sue    ----- indward Passage into the Bahamas .SWATH «»K iu hrii am: h\/i,i. , , , Mvafe Mind, move Inland Hubbard Viiater Plan Pushed by Abilene C-C escaped death as they scrim bkd away from a wav* that washed over a Suien Isiaad ferry. It was the third hurricane to hit tlM Northeast in six we«ks Great Eaergy HaieL wealhei experia «¡d. held its overland power longer than most hitrriauies jecauve it built up great energy during its kmg. leisurely passage acroas the sea Khm it roared past New York. It* tremendous winds had fallen off sharply from the I» mile per hour peak that ravaged the Ca*--Unas lu rams slackened far below tht nearly five laches that poured cn Wmsluti-Saleni m sa hours. The vUHrms greaiest strength was feh here at 7 » p m when regitteruig meters cUwked lA) m-ie per hour gi»u-tbe highest reading the meters are capable ol Tweniy fi^e mmutes later th* w inds diminished to about II mû** per hour aad th* windwe-rattUag r,> n swrw/M a* the frmc* «I th* spent tmirtcnas mmed m THE WEATHER It MM M I' J i I »eh wat*r My MIU 'i; nat) a*; • I ! i*ta) ,»n« i I of a Num .. dtottHt. Ttt* Rto»e was    bv    itwcn- bers at the Abiicf« t tiatu:<ef el tVnmerve walrr devrf Tmmi rwu fftt'tee alter thry l»o'd a« e«gi wori; S firn» * lep®**! ^ pü*rd Hul-bwid    Tr-«    IV«*» I go for th* dam and r**ervwtr. ¡ nés» »ew >ea;^ » . V—IM mdlam ñw two pipeUnm thie p^i*a I |,ip^iao weuki carry water ta Lake ifdire* furt inuMom Hitt, serviag Ah* iMt. Aihany Tye. Trm and Her kel throu^ .Abu«* » walm ay* lem. wiih êsiaùm sertioe at the Une gomg bw«n Um lake In Aa**n A tncvmd pi|ieltne wwuid carry m* iti t* BiecUwridfe laaS ftuhotaiuial hewrvw Fieejve made two pemw -tear « Mv .cl CsÿM'Hi.iit-«-'».»n    »>1    rtAv«m    »The    Ui*l ni«p.d    I«    ue    * -i> t »'.iuni»»!«!    thji I    Hjh,; I.»    't I'n tnc"t N i|    '    I'**''    ‘ (4    \    -i®    vii-iAiKJ-    ■ '•<    » Jrc W««® 'ig    I**«*'« ixm iS Ujfô    lr;>i..'u»e ^ 'A    t-*e    MciVh ifvÿ    i.sr-v, I s » v    A    N.»t» ,    iu r- iiia'tNt    il    w»>aU! th«i the htaie Board «1 j»i. /A eï&Tii F*ee»e n »i U"»; .1    <    -    - l«w a r»D ot so «SW V« « reels per lh«»W'«'vi ¿.»luw»* . addtiiiwnai 4**m wate« om-«» «* probahb ^»*.4b * ¿írilrl i«» i »' ti Um adnied t»»'-He sal»! the    wt tlW    • *». ’    «■* iu,«ie Ihaíi five - »»■ gabuA» (Ntis 4ke*w«i>*« * .    íl — |WAi)m.n ,» ifw-    .    ■    *« iwnsltdv d»> if >    >    V    * o c«v tuw V*    . *s a Fir«e » V;    ** l»i » I I » nsrsaiwssT o* tuwwswa • sstwsa atassv «sat-s* AH® vuwrrv    **a • «- . It    SMk: %«e>4n>    H.«» »♦.- ,, .    ». ..iW» v*L é»*-*** * - - S“ s. awnis WaV    a » ♦ M»*i SVI* Wí »    l»V\» #♦. V.    e» • iai*n »»i«.«. • «NI. Sn «;y V    »%.* %. » !»* t*Vt*»«l Í»V*A ti, C ,    4    i. Sfa~- *>    •'»i m « W. ... w' < vs.«rsasfv na* •rnment wiüi the most serious labor cnns eine* H eame in power three years age. •The tSofipag* la the Lnodnn docks la having a serioiie effect on the country's export trade, is endangermg food supplie* and threatene te cause unempkivnMot in oihtr ndustnes.” the Mmistry of Lahr. said in a statement after an emergency CiUvuiet meeUni and urgent efforts by the govemmeni to negotiate a bnck-to-work agree ment The mk »try said “no progrès* can be made by n^jotiation at thu stage “ The sprawliag London docks handle one-lhird of Bniam's export and import trade Each week an estimated 4i millMo pounds tiJiJoe.foe) worth pas* through The dockers rejected a g«vrrn meni eff»>rl today to »eu.'e trr strike A sprewduig bus strike *w-stripped l>oodon sirerts a: half lU doubie-decher bu»ee. and uvrowa traffte uuo chaew rrune Itiaister Churchill sum-mooed his muusten u* their second meeting wiihia Î4 ho»*rs as the doi.-k str Jve begaa to aifexn food supfdies e< tbe huge metrapolu Behind the »»vne*. I ahuf Mmu 1er Kir Waller ll>iocktaa worked feverivKly as *peai*emaker he tween Um pert etnpioyefs a«l Uvetf Uhor in a serMw ol all day con ferwKea He was Ine biMy te at lend the Cabinet meeting but in-*îr«d smM hie deputy. Hareid WaikiiMott 1« give a first hand leiwrt on UM detertirating pm WHERE'S THAT PERMIT? Speaking about the barber Mho always needed a ^**^Wednesday, workers began tearing out partition in the Citv Engineer’s office, where huiJding permits are issueti. Must of the department’s desks and papers were parcelled out to other City Hall offices, and the tity Commission room    ^    . Walls were ripped out. leaving a maze of steel 8up|>orts m the office. Work was progressing beauti- fu iv Friilav, somebody pointed out a slight oversight. In all'lhe confusion, the department had forgotten to issue itself a permit. Mused Mrs. K W Stuard assistant to the building inspector; *i don’t think we’re breakmg the Uw. BURIAL IN CAMERON Texans Pay Lost Homage to Sadler A « r « « A> ; sO • m ; ^ • m IT sé. m Î »i'.ct ..vj tw br I» Itw t » Hr. A ' Ihtf .1 I i! vM> W ;.ulU Ab>*n»M Vot* Light In Toylor County It    voting u •*»> uwlfc» t ivW* * »*V*»<>    ' *** *• esiirir.viv <    »v»*»    »“    ‘*»0    N«v    I g*ti«t«l rIcvl'Ato n,;    “» UoiUK* uw»l tw'rn ew*i in tiv*    »#*i»    Mit*»* ami five t*w)i»A* tM*J m*ilod iM «Mir« wtM iwqvMrtod Umw Qai »wtUhetbaih*4a»^ aheewtoe ««nef B.i{rf Fngiivm* hwkJ* tl»t inu»t »*Ma i» wwrf fro«» thwif u*M w »i**i*hr»i f p»*»it‘i«> Thr **% il:.i fT'Mii it*r »i»ml|*'i»^ »J '»    t    * .*.,,1 !» ;** » vit j* la*i    *1 *■*    '    tViArt-lr    '• ItH- IfKHiglil »Keil Itw »oiriAhrdi^, * Dm- ÍA»t sut**!al •»*«»** wolrr ft« * f*»l gi«Wi»vg Ü»«iulí > «d .1 »»«*»*»* a* Ihr llMrtiñS -»'^1    r«im«ut trri! en to 1«*« a»H'‘*i i«i pu*h»i»g thr    ifilvush I    iellata« r »l UWKe* l-aaeJ ow Wniei ga* Wtwi eW»»***’ iiwte** atwl irtri twa« CM«»e«iww* f tíM »V »niwg Ab.leiw • |«r**«a *i«ip hr »a.J ||Ht*l*atd l leek .*    t?«    U    *uf/ I oiaaiiaf waiei *»**.»*    ‘    *" •    ...................—í ihu ai«e th^ >»’*    *»    »ad :A|*rfT»e    «O    l»    lake    gvp smÍ *á w-it«* aMuk* .UU»* ine •• l«f leíe AV lea** Ii*e*r fl# iíw'i'ra** iit pfHWth’va >■    >«*<•    thMUgh fia* I« Um CvMÉWUy haa iMasté». *! ■ a* é-J V • *•' •* « « l, m**    *    •    '< I«» *M M fbr i'ebMMi mri umier tbe cU-wJ *lr-kr * vMtvinilliíw íhtesU Î!.» ^ »Urrad UM Tha iv#o »id» wshwviî te irr VK*I 0tr..sh PMrt» kl»M »badüwmg IIM »MOimg wa* tbe oi .i»f ÎW I he»    »    MÍ    the B «trMMa. L*ght»r«MW, twgmr* x ni KargrttMw * l mí» t» enH ma tivMrmivg Thtt wiH *t«PÍ” J^ ;s    jf vgalbage kmJ tar ïiiJlwr.w» TexaM Iw tbe iMvdrwdm rep-rranUM^ widkx at Ufe Ertdey ttKr^ IMld Umu fiasl rasprrtv iM HarWy Mbr — sbeMflum. mi *t|#P •ad legielMar ITuaeral fer tbe beloved ~cit>-•M' ef mm^ Weal T©xm t«wn» wa» heH al W li e m m th# First BaptMt Cbwrrb áerviewe wer« drlavéd btvefiy ewatUag ibr arr.»ai et Gov Al law libtvei» a®d a h«i»i «I etbrr suie ettirtMU wbo Oew here trwm Austia Fidbwii^ tbe fuarrat bere he® Sadler’* bedy »a* lakwa te Canve-roe, eear Vtav »>. fur bvoiel 11« was bened at 4 pm head* Uw grave «< bw anky daugbier, Glerta. wke disd «Mit tb* Sadlm bere et Swweiwabvr Werul aas uivder dtrertwe at KttieU » ¥ úEMi a: H»e«e Road, Utilities Bids Opened } For Air Base Liifkis Ctmsiructioa Co. ef Lufkin was appai«-nt low bidder FTi* day at saSr.MI for coostniiH.-.us of drmnage iactUiee. foeds and utiUnes at AtikpiM Air Foeor Base. The bads ware opetwd at Fort Worth In tbe office of Cd. Harry 0 Fsfcher. diitnci engineer nf the Cscp» of Engineer» A toUl of etfbt bid» were received The next loweet wae MSS.-Io4. s*^«tted by Cage Bretbere 01 San Antonio Tbt htgheet bid wa* »IS.«S.    ^    - The fontrect wtB be awarded »boftly. CN rischep »aiJ The coBlract call» for some 4Si.* •00 yards ot escavaUoa, eeaelrue--.Ml« of atarm tmmwt, water bnr». manholae. and ecbtr drainage la- ClltlM» The coolr«rt*e «IB bare Tie reh tedar day» tn «bieb te nmiplete Uir Work Next bid eprfung on an AN letve AKB pralert will be al Fort Worth N«» 4 Midi WiU be -pew- several btare «her sufWrtnf a Heart aliaA N Avoca Namfoid W3» bit b^rbcnd home    , aa msater et ceremoaie» for a, wiu tb* centro! tawm benefit. Nan» tiiaat ibew at Avm » a e^jiwmaiñy In «bkb be bad livwd as a ywuUi Tbe Firat BapUrt Chitfch Men » Qwartet begaa the m« Friday Uv •mgttti aae ei Ns *T)w OkA Bog Weathermin Sees Fine Football Day •ed Cnm be. Ihr Many ef Uw pred—mnity «tale    , ■ uPiwwi prrtti^ raraBid bavmg I banrd    tbW    and «Mtber    favefte    4 af tua.    ‘ la    UM ftantea.“    wmg In    t the Harley Sadirt taN Ww>«> j    hr* w<Mu. The gnartei Meg both at ^*e :v ki. «aw Ua ♦    fe«* M 4»    •    .    '    ^ p*. v,.Ti^^4    B»«    • ml SwU    ^    ^ I I® r »mi W4N Î    today -a •««*• mra* N-« g^iief mod at • Si a m . . t^asioa gai«gr* o*»» tai«*mug, hiu:s«lA> in gtamf»«J aaailariutu Fued ai (Tnt B f*y Ifit o-. ilwai I s I • , p»ail|W<t tiU 1 i*r • t *»-> •! Í illUl iViiUit»* I    *t»«    I I M... *r-    *«t> Í ‘ -««iUixU». mnkx* I-    I    «nu-i liwsrt tnr    i‘r*    t'‘4 Ui*«îv t»«* 't k*l |tiM cv.»!    F'<A    i«a»i«-»    -M    A** SUNDAY HEADLINERS IN REPORTER-NEWS w>i Ult Muai tS aaê A puasibie uictra*» IM NEWS INDiX 04 iscriMN * • M»«« lICTtMü • fV fwim, me»ks*i 4 • t IP I I è f Om VAftt. Fs MA. Cbk • \L4>Ì4 s III u*r alt M »th tht- OpClIiUk 4*1 Ult l^v'ia '•> M-aavtl khilciM' Nviiiph«>uv vliLhrsLta «luI Ihe t iviv Aaaii«. iaiU’it Ju»t a{»*uiut Ihr «»»iiiri huiivLi> » ei New» VS Ui Irli aU»ut Ihr cvnuing vuiuwrU niid piu gl am» ttiU v*i» thr fiiit f thmgs 111 lift» KttiuLiv » Hr p®ilrr New» will Irli aUwl thr iww %ttlft«rs «4 t'a« Ahilriitf k'inr -\rlk Museum llusiv gtid srt *1« uah lwi» *»f *hr ’mina ’ Ihsi «Ul br nitrirvi in thi» Suiktgy * rUilRm .Aa usual 1*^^ «Ut hr Frank tiiuur» vmo pailnuUf hrniul ul «al tut lab alving «uh i*g»4Ìar tirw»    ami    fraturr stuilr» srlrvtrvl f»»i l^c»I trilli al Teks* \ oa c»n trarrvr rktié ftìplr» uf llw Rrf^aWr-Nr«» wHh yotif Mgrnt of ÄbdmMl Md«§ statMd» 4®$ 10 cMius Nolan Sheriff's Mother Dies S«è> fomiti»    VI Ìì    h\N \L*    _’r** -• i *ti»r*rf'. ol N-i«« ;ÌÌ Z rvJ ' x    lì    0.1    -rfìT klot«v j »pili    Æ i‘*r    v*r«:t M*»ri    «n«r    a    IWUrf    úi Hrr l-anttM *i was Bha lai» J«wa hotaa Cannty flUSthS Il I sbot n NuViver» tacÉadi tbroa eom i»vk wild Twd et fiwoelwaiar. em J U I siiibT» Jr al Itayersvulo filoe Scrbptare» from the nii end Nr<* Tetiameoi wer* rea»l bv H*-v Tvei» Johnsen. Abilene ev*.- v* dire« lor ot Ihnwi m F < «1.*^ N«rtHwe»t Texas klr,;. / ^ C terenco The Rrv    v*.iv    a -itwr UMAd ot Ibo lat* eri»«ui flM Hrv Elwm KAde», ^ UM Fusi Balani CNììt^ìì et bwUof wa» e ef,,ziiMrotvd UM maay rtitua» Irp icisanied in Na bl* Bewvdivtvf) praytof wa» g «e« Wy Um Kev W H**tM BisaUtU ' ttav'M ot ih* Ftru nuruiian I maivt» Many al th* endienre. w Iboy :>y Ih* Nof 1er a Ima Nok |»rro tomas btfb «• ibo «MB N greaM pwMt sa bM ■Ijny Um ,-L    *v.»lu.    vij) ! L-i ■■ '»!»> i «aliJic-r ■jl    1.1 .Mi    h»i- V J ■ .    .*    .    tTV* jiTv ... 3u J«*»;«<W .r    . !    j’.T    ^    4P !, li» tiic aeu. -v i M V! «Non pnrWbimia af ib* tswtploxiMi bo4 »lanowi» IO ikoio «senMNortad FtWad 1...    Mi,    U.,«    *f«-    l    —’S    ÏS    21_* uMg» «*i NovAiaa. Calli Art ingemaaii nmlor tbe direc IMO et Crn»im»m Fnnaral Hmm far«« wNi b*l #ve* »Mit tiwwiy ti bis ti«M, «M«ef- »’vJ »Mviasol Stih etber» twwad ban •* a tium Fi- AA. Chi. H FShei fob foitli F«r Eilil Kkking *. a'v    ii.*f ibasis ¿3 li    P‘-    -'■V* a** ,v.;v4\t«u «ad iu lira {. vA»y Ni ÍÍM mmém «f Me rt ìimovUi «ai ua*«a lor. Habwrt» «Ai v‘v*ig«Ai *« Í» k>*A-and kUiM    v-a    ;i tHToAivg Mv« fiN    catfMiVg    iM-m'. ÍM wbi^    ^    « Di 4 >1    Tona dcrbage and Tte    v-iìMM    Hm4. ertakicAad M* kSlie gliri M b rana ;