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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 19, 1954, Abilene, Texas FAIR, MILD /Wht Abilene toorter-Bettii MORNING'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron VOL. LXXIV, NO. 123 Associated Press (AP)ABILENE, TEXAS. TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 19, 1954—EIGHTEEN PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY lOc Sheppard Trial Starts Slowly CLEVELAND. Oct, 18 (JPi — The first degree murder trial of Dr. Samuel Sheppard got under way today with the selection of the first juror. The trial judge refused a defense plea to delay the case. The intense atmosphere that has surrounded the July 4 slaying of Sheppard's blonde, pregnant wife wa.s highlighted by the first two jury prospects called. Both men admitted their minds were made up on the case — although they didn’t .say which way. Both were dismissed automatically. But the third prospect. Howard L. Barrish. a dark, serious man of 28 with an llth-grade education, withstood an exhaustive examination by the state and finally was accepted. Then the trial recessed overnight. Attorneys estimated it may take a week to select a jury. Questioned ('loselv rigan took the setback with apparent good grace. “We’ll acquit the fellow.” he told i a reporter. “He’ll acquit himself.” j i Corrigan, a small, white haired ( [ court veteran with a deceptive air of wearine.ss about him, argued that widespread publicity has surrounded the ca.se, prejudiced the Cleveland area and ruled out a fair and impartial trial. “There has never been a case in this community.” the 67-year-old lawyer declared, “or in the state of Ohio—and I doubt ever one in the I’nited States—where a murder received the publicity this one received,” Judge Blythin conceded that the 31-year-old Marilyn's ugly death in her own bedroom more than three months ago aroused tremendous public interest. But he added, Canadian Death Toll Climbs Sharply to 78 18 Still Missing As Hunt Goes On with a reference to American Barri.sh is married, childle.ss and guarantees of press freedom: a timekeeper in Cleveland’s Re-1 “This court has never yet found public Steel Corp. The defense i any wa>' in the world of quieting down publicity if newspapers and news media care to expound." questioned him minutely for more than an hour and a half. The defen.se was denied further delay in the case and at the same lime a separate plea for a change of venue—taking the trial to another county — was held in abeyance. Sheppard, a hand.some. athletic oateopath. is accu.sed of bludgeoning hif wife. Marilyn, to death after a romance with a pretty young medical lechnictan. Susan Hayes He has never backtracked IB his plea of innocent Atumey Nol Harried Trial Judge Edward Bl>ihin denied a fervent defense plea for a postponement of the ca.%e ail this fuTM’ dies down ’ Defense Atty. Edward J. Cor MAYBE — Linda ALL OVER. Christian Monday announced with her husband, Tyrone Power, that they are separating No divorce plans were mentioned. The couple, married in June 1949 in Rome, have two daughters, 3 and 2, who will remain with their mother in Hollywood. Sweetheart Joiled In Torch Slaying TORONTO, Oct. 18 (/P) — The death toll from Ontario’s disastrous hurricane mounted sharply today as rescue workers lifted more bodies from the silt and debris, i The known dead reached 78, with 18 more still missing. The toll was likely to go even higher as the recovery | of bodies moved casualties from the missing to the dead column. Within a few miles of Toronto’s downtown shopping! area, the Hirmber River drowned at least 57 persons in the western suburbs. The latest compilation showed 13 more missing in this area. Hurricane Hazel, which churned up out of the Carrib-bean last week, took a known death to 1 of 176 In Canada and the United States. America fatalities were 98. 2* Found Safe In the aftermath of the atorm. worst in Toronto's history. 28 Canadians whose fate had been unknown since the torrential down-j . ^ .    .    ...    .    .1    pour and high winds struck Fri-! DALLAS, Oct. 18 .H-The pretty | ficers had determined that a cable    | 25-year-old sweetheart of David    Miss EliMb^h Maria    Troops and civilians prtrfied mud-‘ Il.-.ilfr. Fort Worth bu,iMH m.n    J    »"<* *reck.w of In nn OkUhomn torch «lay-    '•’'„‘•I"*“    flattriKd    horn« (or more victim, ing. was arrested tonight as a ma-1    *    ,,,    ..    The arrival of fair, cool weather terial witnes.s shortly after her re-    The Oklahoma    o f f I c    e r said    a favored the search, but recovery    I’NITED NATIONS. S V . Ort turn frwn Germany to help her search of her luggage uncoverw a the bodies continued to be a u Western big powers «waited utHsl j fiance.    |    diamond    nng that Hagler had ^ and heartbreaking underlak- to?::ght a nod from Ruasta’s Andrei would transfer di» frini- armament debates from the V S West Awaits Vishinsky Nod On Arms Talk I    t    k    fK-    ported stolen in a car robbery be-, 1 L Kennedy, officer of tl^ ^    ^    Germany. Insur-1    * • ICMilahoma Crime Bureau, said of-    _____ SOUR GRAPES NEXT? Army Proudly Ousts Bad Taste in Buying Many relatfvet waited    .............................. ance iwney had been paid on the    identify    Iheir    dead    at    an    j    A.«s«mbly Political Commiliee to nng. Kennedy said.    i    emergency morgue set up tn a fire | a subcommittee working behu^ Kennedy said questioning of the station In Toronto’s western aubjeiosed doors, attractive brunette revealed that urbs, where the flooded Humber several of Hagler s insurance pol- i River wreaked the worst havoc. Icies listed her as a beneficiary, that his home in Fort Wortii had Humber Area Hard HU While the lower Humber area been iransfenwd to her, aloof with hardest hit. the damage ex a Cadillac automobile.    j    tended as far north at the Hoi- “At this moment she hat not de- >' Und Marsh, a rich market garden W kSHINGTON Oci II JH-Tbe Army proudly annowced today II ows woa its oeenomy war w tUi vinegar, ihactby aavtng the Ux-pdjert a iweeC Daa.tXiO a year it taM a feed tiapector in Oakland. Caltf. had come up with a sunpU aobitioB. Hi» sugftafKMi Why not buy the Rut when that time arrived, a problem AH the Army eeok-books bad recipes tot 40-graia vinegar. Finally the solutien was found Coolui were given a formula Ur watenng vmegar te make 11 match the cotAbookt. IncidentaUy. tlie government cided to waive txtrnditioa to Okla-boma cm the material witneas charge '* Kennedy saM “But we are auU talking to her " area n miles north of Toronto There the water» of Lake Suncoe. mder pressure by wind and raÄ sniasbcd a düe ar4 drove 1.1 The officer said Mtas Bergmaa toilie» bom their nuld be held in the Dallas County ci the rrfugeee were Dutcn tm- would Jail tonight, quewtiofied agata te-morrow. tiwn taken to Fert Worth Ur further <|tiestMmiig Same stuff everyone el*e does, and k*«! has used the susitstiofi b»»t ««..it pa>.ng t*e»^'e for waterliig the Armv s vinegar'* The %rmy dectdad the idea wat a good one. and awarded the in-*4«ior Bernard Fetnberg. IfTB lor thinking It up. The % laegar stary gees like thit For yean—aabedy seems to k-MMt ewactly hew long—(he Army ha* been ardsnng kbgraia vines'» Each >enr it kepi repeating ibi order. wfUi ae ene apparently m nkuig much about it Bm new atmest everyene nses •fronger ttnetfar W-crain So «n> ane wbn peddled %«Mger le the krmy bad ta water it down ta B*ret Army apeciticatioAS Netu raitv the naira baadlmg ran the prwe up M .’w<u«#wi»et rvuidn t save ftatii money, rtm sf they rut eut > legar al%,|;e'hrf Hu'. t*ir Quart vf ttaairr lueps «Huh    or %/n »    afv.! 4 ' y»»r‘e .ceds evri)'.li.ng ue a lanta»i > * e |ha* b» Nr«s roi.aun.ng It auukl Ka*e «»ed fnn am •< «megar Ihu year Isa aft*oier«j »laegaf wouki I« HAP ma ar a aa«mg of • quarter ptillHMi dutlar» A rWtxa wun « frUew ai the Q.b*rief Mt«»ier t ep* oroughi Uus e*#¿aw*Lioe ef ine vuirgaf aUua UrmusnU), ha aa«l vter>ane «004 idgf«An <uirs«r, and it » anty hMw imemb tnat Army oftictaia •are »unimren .hero would be Adente aia^tabkr with the jackpot to the empkne who can coatnbute a worUiwhii«| kuggestton One of the meet uftnsual tugge» ^ tuMia ever adopted An enUatad I mao wrote in »aying there wm no point m boring a hot# in the end of a broom handle becauae ae one ever hung up a broom anyway The Army uiveetigated and found thtt to he true Se a: aew arder went out So nwre holes ! ui broom haadie*    { Well, laugh ¡1 you wJ! Bui the krmy says that hv not puiung i huirs in broomhandlr* by not ! wairfuig iinegar. and bv hundred» j of sther augimtioo*. d now aairs II nuJiua dollars e Chest Drive Hits lolat ol ».Ul The groenl lolicitaiion* total J for Ihe Abiiena Community Choat i stood at la «413# Monday nigbt. Don kwrthtwr. cbjuntiaa. report , id H# also reported that Monday btougfit in more fmids - 11S7» —than any ptwwus day of ihe campaign in ibe gmefai sob».iia tIcMV» d:»i»»i*n liH iudrd m Monday s lolnl oaa Uue ifom rtupk)»>«a ol Mrs Baud • Bakery The Political Commitiro continued Its discussions today, with Vishinsky answering small nation demands the b;g powers abandan veto nghu and reacb tmammaus agreement to disarm Vishtmky said the veto remains an long as the Security CounctI vets t« la Ihe cbarter. Carvtdae Tsiba Cannda’t Paul Martin cwaltnwd cnmdor talks witk Vishimdy. wbe promised him as ansver In n few days of Heaterw pfmenali te restore arc 4(3* om te a subcommd-tee of the I . .V Disarmament Total storm damage has been estimated as htgn as lü millien dollars A gmanunent inspector said today three million dollars worth of crops ti Ihe area wiU be    Selwvw LKad head of the Bm utterly destroy^ 9«**    drivgaiion    who    fta*    yu»i nel drained off within It days. DESTROYED    This    home    in West on. a suburb of Toronto, Ont.. was destroyed by the last punch of Hurricane UazeL The effect of the storm was wide spread in this area, Utah GOP Votes to Accept Stringfellow's Resignation nedges radami %ki In Ottawa. Prwna Mmtaief Lewis dl Laurent pieihtfd    nnetm- nace in rebabOttaft tbe Onad aren. In a maeeage to Temala nÄciaK he said rehabOitatMin aid wouM SALT LAKC CITY ort it JH-t Re we«! a fitti# furthtr ti^ Tbe l’taib Repubitcsa State Central, hewa»er. submilied bis formai ree-Cmmmnm voted lonlgM m arrapa RiPk 8Mi^a&>w t rtmgnmion Tlm vate «ma unantmoua A me-emsmr waa not nsiwed immedA-nteiv Rapnblicna Stata Cha^rwun Orai J Witk.nson :ai:«d i**# limemhef r 0 m ' i t e e *ms.«n after sif •vtfir;; <w sdm ' ed •ut frsJd ignauen as a cnadidat« l‘tab's 1st ConfresBìaiial Dtimct. aad nrfwd that k be accepted He asid be remiied hta dectslen AMERICAN GIRL 2ND Mrs. T. M. Willis, 89, Wile Of Ex-Abiiene Judge, Dies Mr» T M HiilM es «.«v ’Iw Ute 1 M Billu ionwwf -a» judg« snd Uw>«^ ef AMkens died al « pm Mentiay et Mvedrwi Mrnt«» fi*I Howpàaì tkSt sullríed s *ínwe imri 11 «nd was iaàsa le Uw biw pt.sl me nest doy luarf«! 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