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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               gpbilene Reporter WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron Fair, Warmer 81ST YEAR, NO. 188 ABILEN'E, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS tiiiO Infant at Dyess First '62 Baby Deborah Kllen Schroll, 8-pound, IVi-otince daughter of S. Sgt. and Mrs. Glenn E. SchroH of 129 Oklahoma, Dycss Air Force Base, is only hours old, bul she's already a bit of a celebrity. She's the first baby born in 1D62 in an Abilene hospital. Hospital al a.m. Monday Ilei1 nearest rival for the honor A sterilizer and formula set will bo presented the parents by (Jib- son's Discount Center. Thornton's. S. 4th and Oak and .St'ars-flot'buc'k will provide additional layettes. Abilene Kiiv- inys ASMI. will give a coin bank. l.uskey's Western Store will .Deborah arrived at Dyess A KB give two pairs of L.evis ami an- other item of wviirlne apparel (or tbe youngster, a dozen diapers, Of being the first arrival in l-c given by Merchant Park checked in at Hciulrick Memorial Assn. Hospital at p.m. Sunday, al- Tile patents ace to receive a most 14 hours earlier. six-month free membership in the The first baby of 1061 was a Abilene Health Club, hoy born at Hciulrick at a m. Abilene Pastry Shop will give a last Jan. 1. dccoriilcxl cake to the mother and Fifteen Abilene businesses have prizes for the baby and family with Laughter-North providing the one which may be first free ambulance ride home for the mother and baby. West Texas Utilities Co will award an elec- tric bottle warmer. one on the child's first birthday. Saddle and .Sirloin Hesiaurant will provide a free dinner for the fam- ily. The baby is to get a case of liaby food from Furr's Super .Markets. And Deborah Ellen probably To start off Deborah's record, won't be able to enjoy it, but the Linlz Department Store will give'parcnls will a month's sub. the parents 3 baby log and Austin Camera Shop will give them camera kit scription to the morning, evening and Sunday editions o[ The Abi- lene Reporter-News. FIRST BABY OF 1962 The stork made his first delivery of 1962 at Dyess Air Force Base Hospital at a.m. Monday to deliver Deborah Ellen Schroll as the first baby of the year in Abilene. She is the daugh- ter of S.Sgt.' and Yrs. Glenn E. Schroll of 129 Okla- homa. The parents now pick up prizes awarded by 15 Abilene businesses. (Staff Photo bv Henry Wolff Jr.) HEART ATTACK FATAL Hollywood Attorney Jerry Ciesler Dies HOLLYWOOD fAP) Jerry, Giesler, famed defense lawyer who to prominence as the top legsl troubleshooler for movie best-paid criminal altorucy. Slars embroiled with the law made their legal watchword. "Gel me Giesler." Lebanon Coup Leaders Hunted stars, died today of a heart ail- Giesler's cases were seldom ment. He was 75. at Bevcllj'l "If I have developed long, (sharp legal he once re- Hills home. series of heart attacks had curtailed Giesler's activities since 1959. Nevertheless he managed to mastermind most of the impor- tant cases handled by his office. Giesler, short and unimposiiiH In appearance, showed up with predictable regularity at the side of celebrities in trouble. His specially was crimes of pas- field which made him Hollywood's most famous and Death Count Makes Move To increase called, "It is because 1 cut them on Ihe gritty fare of cases no one else wanted. Most of my cases have been conducted in an atmos- phere of prejudice against my so thick it was almost sti- fling." In 19S1, when film producer Waller shut and wounded .Jennings I.ang. accusing the busi- ness agent ot trying to steal his wife, Joan Bennett. Wanger re- tained Giesler. But the producer wasn't acquitted. "I am extremely proud to have had twn of my defendants fouml Kiiilly and sentenced to jai She appeared OM the stand wear ing pigtails and .a schoolgirl cos Mountains Sheltering 2 Captains BKiftUT, Lebanon Securi- ty forces hunted in the l-ebanese .Mountains today for two fugitive army captains who spearheaded an unsuccessful attempt lo over- throw Lebanon's Government and [ml the nation "n a northern Arab Mac. The captains fled after leading bt wihti.Ted soldiers in an al- on the Defense Ministry Sun- .lay .-uid seizing eigbt high-rank- ing officers as hostages, includ- ing a cousin of Presirlcn'. Fnad Chehab. Tlie plot, organized by mem- ben of the rightist Popular Social Piiity. (PPSi Icr' lo five deaths, large-scale arrests and a dram- atic series of clashes as the hostages won their freedom. Three were riding in the au- tomobile of the PPS leader, Ab- dullnh Saade -vlieii they were ic1- cued. Saade was stopped at a roadblock ar.d arrested. Scores of PPS members were under   .SHI-SIS to the mii-: MC of I.esler l.anin's urcbestra. sin-eve jr Co, Both tences. In 19110. Hollywood men served their scn- Mrs. Fernnmif) Alfaiio. twin sister I i Don-1 Fernando Alfano, 1134 Koss 'nn. is reported lo Ix- in in Gicsler's first big.lory condition, as is Mrs. Monte! Patricia man and his l-'ran wife, .lane, have 'oflen had the ;Kennedys as guests. The burglary occurred while1 Among the guests were David miail.ir party hxs aj The President, who has Ix-cn at Ihe IfigiiinslMlhams were vaca-iOrmsby Gore, the British ambassador lo Washington, and ilon iriff. Thei- are old friends Piiration in two .issassinalions.'.gress, twik Suiidwy and eied the burglary al 2 a.m this of the Kenuedvs Three of the four fatalities were- g of violence. Us incm- work all werk preparing his ntl- lioning at Luke Tnhne. embers of Ihe f.imilv IVC "f im-iminislrnlinirs messnscs to Con- Officers James fjrito 'i irprnnnHn n-u' I'liralion in Iwii .issassinalions. gre.vs, tcMik Suiidwy and N'ew eied the at u u Tl'c fii'ly tried lo seize power inlYear's Day oft. case, it was more t'nan'O. .lohn.snn. might run much higher than (hat. a _ publicity-theater Mrs Johnson's Texas Death Toll 31, Not As High as Christmas Week B THE ASSOCfATKD PRRSS Deaths from violence in Texas (his New Year's weekend stood at 31 Monday far below the lolal reported .it Ihe same lime during the Christmas weekend. Traffic accidcnls accounted for 19 of the deaihs this weekend. Three children died in fires, nnd the others were from miscellane- ous causes. During the same, period of the Christmas weekend there were !i4 deaths with 33 of them in traffic accidents. The Associated Press tabulation for both weeker p.m. Friday and night Monday. The deaths reported to Tlie Press: i Samuel Bruce Jones, 40. of Knrt; Worth wns killed Sunday as walked along Highway 69 eight smith of Tyler. Officers hit-and-run driver. Jameg Loving, 35, Snn Antonio bout company employe, drowned Sunday In Medina Lake. He nnd two youths were taking two drums of gasoline lo an island when the; Rita Map Boiirdcanx 30 and Ann Alfano 3 was lml lls U'a'lcr (killed instantly in Ihe accident at ltle srosip's gonl is to join Iraq.! 18-monlh-old lhc Slieltnn St. crossing of the- 'Syna- Palestine. and Cyprus under one 'Aiab flag Graveside riles for IHT and a CJivaler Syria. Marly nan Johnson. 3. who died olti of unify- later helri Saturday in Kim- "1p Oescenl" worxl Memorial Park. 10P of thc Aral> world. Funeral for Mrs. AUaiw and' the Arab Rosalinda arc prndini! al movemcni led from Cairo Warren Funeral Home. ''resident C.-imal Ahdel Nasser According to offirinl military of lhp I'nilet' Kepubiic nnd, word here. Mrs. Alfann's (lenlh was caused by severe lirniu age. She tlied al 3-10 p.m. Sun- He pliinned lo aiirml ,moinin? tluring church uf ihe area. a routine checkl thnniiih most of the1 d'He into lake. life preserver. saved themselves by clinging lo nialitl The Alfnno and Jt.hnson furnil- "lion a Missouri-Pacific p.isspn-j'cs wrc "nw" (rot" lo ser train struck a car in in an acrn- transport plane. Ihey uerc nilmj; at .1 grade crass-j The .Inhnsim family home is at I': miles west of Beaumont !ftio lloss Ave. Bnl'h families I Both were Nejjrocs. WEATHER Civilians Attack Army Barracks l.lSnOX. Piiiliig.il i API _ A1 croup n( lair inlav will TiiMdav. A lilllr moved to Abilene last August. Jerry Wayne Bryant, is. of! The accident occurred barracks in Bcja. Alentrjni n-M llcmpslead was shoi and killrdjaflrr 2 p.m. Fritbiy. The today, the Army Mir.- w-hile deer hunling 7 milesjwns the wfMlxiuml announced. M. .l.-iimc 1 ila l-'oiiieca, unclersccre- for nf llnck Island in ColoracloJNo. 1 passenger train. Mrs. John- Inline Harry 1.. Grigsby. 35. and Asen-.lhc vm stalion wagon identified as the driver of army was fatally 5. no li.OO the in at B ci ing near Kalftirrins. Mr. and Mrs. Mover I.. Andcr- of Trinity iccre killed .Sunday when iheir car rnmmed inln the rear of a Inick nenr Hiversidc in Waller County, A 5-year-old boy, Identified Dnvid Garza, wns fatally injured Saturday wlicn slmck by a car al Houston. NEWS INDEX SECTION A To Your Good Health Sportt TV Riporr Bridge Obituaries SECTION B Women'i Editorial! Amuitmtnti Comlci J 8 tO II n wcmnilcd ;nul the reciel Icrttlrr critically uniindml. Tlio itrmy said (he siliiiitinn is jiimler contioJ nnd thai many .-ir- rests bnvc matle. Tlir1 assault nt Bi-ja. c-allrtl by M'liie n t'nmmimisi siroiigholil. look pl.'icc al dawn, the army saitl. ami fighting continued for some IIITO. Tlie insurgent leader was itlcit- .lificd as Vnrela Gonics, .-in candidate for in the Nnveinljer elcclltm. illo was rciwiicd near death In Ilicja hospital. I WILL NOT Henry, twenty-months, lakes pencil in hand to jot down a few do's and don'ts for the New Year, lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Henry ot Elmore, Ala. (AP Wirephoto) Before turning In an evening of relaxation. Ihe President made .public an exchange of New Year's Ki counts wilh Soviet leaders in .which Iviih sidi-s hoped for peace hotter relations in 1962. Kennedy reminded Khrushchev 'of tlipii- sjrnve responsibility for !he foundation of in JM2 "The yc.T uhich pnrlinp has )nvn ,1 nuiiMort w.c." Kennedy said in his in Khrush- chev and Leonid Brezhnev, presi- dent nf [he Supreme "It's my f.-irne.-i that lhc coming year .Mil Ihe founita- lions of world and will tircnj: irripjovciricnC m The re- l.niinn.s between our countries on pwhich -o much depends. II is our to fuifiil that hopi'.11 The Hu--Lir.-. :n iheir greetings noted thin ivat-p or war hinges largely tin Soviet-American rela- limiv Tl.ev expressed the hope in now year "there will ;lx> efficient steps (n 'ibc c.-i.-i-i of liquidaiinn of centers iif mib'.iry danscr." "On part the Soviet Union ias Ix-i.Hf." they said, "there will ,bc m of resolution to do leverMliins in its power to cr.sura .duiiihlr and lasting on our jpti'iiet While House press secretary.Pi- ji-nv Saiinfier said Ihe President I will leave Palm Beach next Satur- 'day afternoon to fly to Columbuj. Ohio, whore is to apeak at I fund-rnising birthday I Ohio CJov. Michael DiSalle.   

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