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   Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1962, Abilene, Texas                                 tEíje ^bílme ^porter  "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES W E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron  I  IllST YEAR, NO. 199  ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1962  -TWENTY-FOUR PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS  Associated Press (/P)  President Demands Two  Army Divisions Formed  Portugal Ready To Abandon UN  UNCLE SAM GIVES HER BREAK—Skater Jill Ship-stad will become the first girl to skate in a role pre-viouslv plaved solely bv men in the Philadelphia ice show.*She'il replace Richard Dwyer, right, when he reports for active duty with the Army. (AP Wirephoto)  Coy. Daniel Shows  I.ISBON*. Poruigal ( \P) — Pre- know yet whether we sh.J} be the jmier Antonio de Oliveira Salazar|first country to abandon the- I'nit-jsaid today Portueal “will surely eri Natiins, but surely we will b(> among the first countries to among the first. Meanwhile 'leave the United Nations .nganiza- we shall refuse them our collabo-tion “    ration in everything that is not  “Meanwhile we shall retU''e in our direct interest “ them our collaboration in every- That statement was as near a.s thing that is not in our direct Salazar came in a lU.udd-word 'interest." he declared.    s{M>ech to suggesting direct ac-i  I Reporting to the National As- tion on thrf'e ixjssible moves dip-| ‘semtily and to the nation, the 72- bmatic sources here had ex{>c-ct. year-)id dictator criticized the ed him to announce as an after-I nited Nations, the I niled States math of the loss of the I’ortugue'-e and Britain tor thei- failure to Indian enclaves Icome lo r^ortugal's supfxnt wht'n They were ixissible withdrawal India invailcd Goa. Damao and trom the I nited Nation.s, revoca-Diu last month    tion of tht' century-old Bnt ^h-  i Hefernng    to    the    I N.    mis'.ion    Partuguese alliance and reiusak  of safeguarding peace, Salazar to renew the .Azores Island air said he believes “we have the base agrt'ement with the t niUsi right to hear whether our States when it e.xpires this year, presence    and    our    collaboration    Salazar declared the »».»o.ntid.  are already useless in the United Goan.s whose land was seized b> Nations.”    India “wiil continue to tx' Poriii  •'Kvcn if we do not. 1 do not guese and will I>e recognized a  ----— -—    such by all nations and fX‘oples  jot the world”  i “The organs of adm.nislration of Portuguese India woi l>e mam tained and will continue to turn tion as if the I’orla.guese .state ■th< .e had not lx*cn wr upicd,” he  4-Point Program  special session at There wa.s never  said.  Tlie National A^embly Jt> i proved this announcement by ac-ciam.stion  India ha.s waged war on u without provo<alion, bir wnhout 2 market! funds may be ust^ tor us it cannot make peace.” S.iiazar a maintenance as well as ctiustruc  Tor lioa to nave been Pot tu Pen    ”    gucse for 4V» years and now to  4    “A supplemental appropria- f)e cupied bv the Indinn nation  First Armored To Be Activated  No Draft Hike Seen  PAI..M    BK\<    II    Fla    F\Pt—    the service to !6 permanent di-  Pi esident    Kennedy    ordered    today    'isioifs  the immediate formation of two The Palm Beaeh White House  said the activation of the two divisions would permit the release . iater this year.” with no time isfX'cttied. of the :i2nd and 49th National ííuard Divisions which were calkvi to duty last Oct 15 dn the armr'd forces buildup precipitated by the Berlin crisis I One of the new regular divl-Mons the 1st Armored will be WASHINGTON    Api-A    penba at'Pvated at F’    Hwv! Tex    The  gon s{K)kesman today s.aid crea- other, the jfh AbKhanized Infan-tion of new divtr ions i^ not frv. wiW 1h> oru.mized at Ft. Car-expetted to l ixiuire any in< rcase son. (. olo  in dr ift quota    White    House    pres    ,    ser    retary    Pi-  The s}X)ke.man said c\pand<Hl erre Halmcer -aid Kennedy ap-quotas ‘'in<e laM    when    proved the action at meetings  parHal mofnli/ation commenced. Tuesday and Ihi.s morning with have piovided a sutticien! man- Vice Pi esident Lyndon B John-p»)wer [XM)1 to mall the divisK.ps son and the not urn s top defense w ith nevt mldier ., in . dd't on 'o tsHicuiIs the expmienccd id'c^ up<<n    ^  which the two dav    woi ta* iHj-.ine-., on thi- morning s agen-  built    M,i .iftei the toint cha*f.s of staff  The iiuc!eu> of the Ut \rmoicd    p.:i!m    Beach    trom    W’ash-  comt' frot" <-omb.it    pr‘p.u edness talRs.  "'^command ' now d it \Uhh\    ,,,,.■    e^    ..id    the    two  ¡nr    ed -nd    ,¡ (.u^ru    di i&i.»ns    sum-  montxl te tiuty    na-ulíi not    andci-  pate retUíiuriL homc    tof    at    least  evcrai    monto Tbe    T2rd    oí    W'ts-  ton-in.    1" tr.oiun:. at F*    I.ew!s,  W r h .    .irid the 49th    OÍ    at  < VI* Wirrnhot«!  I ISA LANE can't cuiu eiuratf  A ' now Tex , which im ant.-infanlt“. liait 'loc' The nu* '- u- oi ttv Divisoli wiii conx Infantry Bi' ’ *de •o Mass th(' >.ni F (ifoup at F’ ( at ) the ^th Meiiiuir now at Ft Irwin  i ir K Caüi  Bv GARTH .IONUS    'to    eiKl the  AUSTLN AP»— Kftort.s for an p m todav •'arly adjournment of the third vote on Parkhouse's plan ..peciai session of the legislature Rep Charle.s Rallman of Borgei  ailed today as Gov Price Daniel said he will    go ahead Thur^dav    p,„v,ding    more    adequate    one ol    the    greatest di.    ster^  ,aid down a four-,ioint program with a similar su e die    or    <>nai  Daniel askcnl for state control adjournment    resolution    in    the    $kh>.o.ki    and    a touri.st    SfK*aking    of    Indian    Pnme    Mm-  over dormant bank accounts, reg IhHise I arkhoUH* .said he    Sattt.wMi sulii ister Nehru. S.^.az. r ren arked  Illation of small loan companies tiv again    comfx*te    with    the other    “the years he    sp«nt    in london  .ind more money tor farm road I arkhouse and Rallman sa>    have    taught    h;m    .somethme  maintenance, t o u r i .^ t attrac the> M*t* no nt*ed tor the sptx lal ‘    *    .    .    # rr, , of Furopean culture but d did  Hon and juvenile parole plaie- The Hou^e quit until 11 am ti my opinion, anv o « not attest his fundamental men  American Girl, 24, Giving Up Chess as She's Blinded by Love  ah ipt uiti v Itlie 2nd It Deven-  '■\    '-t    t    •>  Colo . and  -■ ' -""P >    '  The tiu.ird divkuons, the — nouttcenu n; said, ' wài be S'.i.eU later this vear as i intei national situalion and  an-  re-  the  the  Immwtialelv after Damel's Thursday . peech to a joint session the* Sen The governor addressed a joint ,ite adjourncxi until lo    a    m    Thurs-    session shortly after    tnith    houses  day. thus killing an    att<*mpt by    convened for îht>ir 170th day ol  Gen. George Parkhouse    of    Dallas,    the» 57th Legislature    I'he    see ond    ------------------ sfxx'ial session ended    Aug    14  First Rain Oi '62 Falls  Quash Indictment  Against Airman  “1 am not one who ftelieves that a to-day session cannot handle imore than thrt»e or four bills.”, liov F*nc»e Daniel said He prom-¡»»ed to <HX*n the session to other j measures, incliuimg so - calltxf, liK-ai bills, if the tour oiiginal pro-i ip<»sals are eomplett*d within the The first rain of th<* new year 5<M!av jH‘rio<i. ell here Wtxlnesday with a trace    Daniel s four profx>sa!s were  ecorded downtown at It 15 and    i. ‘ Fnactnient of legislation to  .it the    airfwrt    at    U    45    am    include banking institutions in  The    moisture    was    lalUx! for in the new esi heat enforcc'menl  h,    ihrou«h    nmi    a    .>    I,,,,h,. mdi.tmcnt aK-.mst him t*  R% VVfl BFRT WK.t.S Tomplaint against Ridgeway Tlie Reporier-News Maff Writer eomtilaint, sigie.Hi by Texas High-; BAIRD - A technical p<unt of vvay Patrolman Gtxirge M Reese law rc.ganling the grand luts    .1 u s t i c e of the  Peace W L Bowius here within :to minute-, .atter the di.stnrt court aciiori. Bowius .set a ilO.ooo  which    indicted    Willie H    Ridge  Way on a murder w th a motor vehicle    charge    here Nov    22    ri‘-  ' suited Wednenlav in the qua'hing  vhich indicated p.otly ( toedy aml .,,,.^ six iial act which will accom    Iai    The    {xiint of law involved l ami-  mid «emhrr «dh d,«h, ch.mc p„sh Ih. s.m,    -    '"'7    in n mut,on    c-umod t,v II Kd  çd    Ughi    .ho»u,s    thruugh    -nuuM j    .    rnun, o( a I.,« rvau. “    a    siall su.guani    sia    ■'"""»■'S ''"r."""'','......  Ch,el MoleorolucisI C K s,ich    tiunwi al l>s.u.s AHI «aschaig.sl "f»-    'u  Lhiet .Meieoioiogis! i r. . ii<n ,    ..h.-hL    i    ií-kei    vchic-h    .. ..l.     ¡........      u;    along    with Bill Hutcheron. .om)  er at the U S Weather Bureau >aid the temireralures will con ,nue    on lh<-    mild    s,d..    i»iih    a    high P''"^    ‘P'P'>  Ih.' lii.in shaik lauket which „„h mmd.M «Uh a molo, lehi has existed Kh» long at the ex    the (xi 21 highway traffic  o! our lxH)p!e    yf 1^1,... Van ' Imogenc B<Kt- dohnson conti  HASTLNGS Knglanri F -Brunette Lisa Lane -aiit tiMi.iv she is so hcmused bv love that she is givano up thè game ot chess  Lisa, at 24 i ti time wurner of thè .Amei an wot'-ien s chamjHonship, aiinounceil thal she wiU fly b -t k to New York lo rejoin thè oti; ci of ber heaiixlcsire — iiewsrnan Neil Hi< key  She quit thè mtci nalioiial che'.s tournament bere lasl night saying she could no longer ki*ep ber mmd on her game  I am d.'.euss-ng oniy my own feelinvc irn' 1    • un*!  s|.M ;.k (or him,” said lara “1  eould noi eoiu eii’: .ite Hicing •he touinament My thuiiLot-s kepi w alide: .0- I .nr jn-' ai love  I am ncver .»o ng lo P aV anv mote ihe-. ex» ep* o a P'XV'Klyt! departmeiit «toi ■■ is a publicity siont on .l,«n 12 In New A ork, Ha key -aid he knows Miss Lane oniy  ht'y -and that he is noi a che playe! He reiu ^al »o di'vus-. thè mailer tuithei Mtr.v Lene had defaultts! in tour ol the five tournament games she playix! and h,id a< hieved .i dr.iw in the fifth M;s- Lane was the gueT to d.iv at the Town H.il: of ALiy-or Cecil B.iitiHit, who told her' “.After ah the pulhieity ccustxi by your romanre we cannot let you leave without giving you -Mime otiicial hospitality ’  The lovely girl chess player signed the distinguished ve-lioi's bisik. met the utiier mcmlM*!-- of the Town t ounvtl ar.d tfien leit tof London She V, ii lio.ild a New Atck-Ijound phiHe Frul.iy  1 have enjoyed my^t t at the Ha-.t;ngs v un^te-.- in sp.ie u! the ddtuuliie- that have ati'.eii. -he told re^xirt-r-■ iiia 1 leave wah no h.i’d  techngs  The yount! woin.an a native of Phiiadeljihia. tl'sajqiointtH!  tournament otfi< laL-    b'    her  withdrawal bin the’ we;e s vv e e t and under ' *n:i:iig about it ” she -ed M; c Lane comjeeted only one game in her "c tioii of the tuurnaiVicnt. hn dac F « teen Trammer, the Bntidi -.o uiii chamjMon. to a d:-.* Si“ de tauUed lour olfiei L.aues. mostly b**c-.;ase she didn t realize chert, here starts lie-toi e noon • 1 just don ' liKe gettuig up in the nioifiinp    -he    said  ■ Ijltn lat: -«. al a vaiild be all right to Jill. aUeriUHin: only, it opjHinenis .iu:eed T'a*y viidn t  .Mi-- ! -iiu' came t ;. H.-Ntings ti'inr ii ' :ui oaim n* ;n A ugo-  a i,i la-1 in- io d.;>  I liuislicd t2tii out OÍ IT .11', i ttia* w ;r.nt very I gue- she 'Citi ■ 1 dt-appMiiiiteil hait I feel « JtcHet ’h.m the sune, and Vnat 1 piaved ;-ome pret tv Lord -.iDH's  i-adines- statu.- of the two new divisions ptnmit In the mean-t me if .addvxl, the :l2nd and 49th \v.:l rontmue on duly as a key  k .etlicr'ii  ‘ aneeiiiu-L thc (lUard divi.sions, the iem{.>ora y White House de-  ciareil  Tm* rjm- k and efiective mobil-i/ a on of the- force has demon-sli.iu»d iU unmislaKeable terms out determination to resist Com-mum t ;.i.gres>ion  M iny R- ser\: ;ls c alled to um-torm m the Lesi buildup were ..c anned to the National Guard div.-aonr to fiii out their units.  Both the 1st Armored and 5th Ini.aifry will be activated under tlk- new .Army divi lonal structure annouiued by Kennedy last .May. in a me:-.age to f ongress. today s  See ARMY, Pg. 4 A, Col. 1  t hi • Í Hi  w 1  Winter New Manager Of Co-Op  ed the indict rnent and contended it was illcyat  af ftS expected Wtxlnc.sdav and^<*’    rcHomim-nd    any    sik»    ,,ei. .11. of Fort Worth  '[■hursday and an overnight'low    maximum    per    .ludge    .1    R Blac k quashed JtecauM» the grand jury letununK  .0-45    j 3 ‘ Adjustment of the farm to the mdictmenl. amounting to dis d ''us not legally sc'lectiHi anc im-  Tuesday's high wa.s H5 with an inaikei road program to provide nus.sal. 42nd District AHoriu'y paneled, lacked the» pro|H»i num jvernigN low of 42.    ilhat    some    of    the    pre.scntly    ear-    Nelson    Qumu    retiUxt tue felony Jht of m«»mbi i> 'Ihcic wcic only  —......... -    -........—....... I .......      —7----—- 11 iK*rsons on tlie piUic'  U2 Pilot Plucked From  MFlvKFL — Noiman 4Ì toi two and a half  «.Or <“>ld n.ltO'  t' . CoojH'i-oive  Winter, years ot Taylor Elee-i..umed duHes  rn.inager of th«  Reporter-News Photo May Be of Man Wanted Here  an  ,chargtxi these tact;- violate d Ridgeway s conslilution.il nghts  Swamplands After Crash  PICAVLNF Mi  AP  A photograph of the dramatic (Jrleanx olticers listed the Hiik- 125 check hc»re ciunng the sec <»nd Taought tiack in Novcint i i to 'apture eg a .New Orleans gun name .is an alias ol Hill    week    ol Decemtxa    Hidgc'vvoy cas»* A ne w  nan which appealed in the; a sctcmd warrant issued here    the    i<k*ntiti    P'diel    had    tH'rn srlcxted Init had  .Vcdnesday morning Rei>orlei ai.imes an Edward R Starr, who (.^1,011 from the thrcemolumn pu- dot 1‘een notified 'u icfMirt iew» aptiaremly mav have helped'Del Uapt (' V Hallmark ta- ture prinlcxl m the ne wspaper    .ludge    Black said he gi aiite»! the  ocate    one of two men wantedjheve-    now is in the Molnie. Ala Ri loie di.scoveiing ih»> $25 c hen k    m«ition rather    th.cn h.ive .an    1  lere for pa.s«ing sicnie s2.uon inljail charged with felony thelt A    ¡¿,hk!,    Mr-    Shc-eler    said    question    eloiui tfi** tna'  rot checks during early Decent mug sfuct of the Alalcama priMmer ^vas inlervi»»w»h1 by the loh y», ^aid he had som«» touiil  ,has tk'eii idtaildicMl IcK’ally, he ^ysp,.yt for a job as a sfcre ;,t>,,ut th»> legality of Hm tiulict ^ " The    front page photograph, naid    taiy    loi    the tax eon.«ulting com    ,tre    ot    the <iu.-1 on  panv the man claimed to operate    .|,>|u,m,u    i    .-  Disli icl ( lerk Mrs t ,irri«' Di i   ....   jjy,. tjtH'oiiiiiuv .MIS. .xiiet'ier mu.  New  — The- wrc'ckage e>f thè piane alt* : t'La k .ludge Black said thè ixniil of pii,,; (,i tl,;iminu U 2 higfi allitudcmg thè jnloi from his unc*»mto'1a-law. re.sulimg 111 disim-'-ai of .1 |».t r»*eecfaiaisance piane }>aiathut    t»U*    p«*rch    The    crali    was    a    modi  baltery ol jKitenti.ii )uiens and <.d to safety    ru<*sday night    into    ticd    veision    ol    thè    secret    mn    l«*ar-  wiine'sses, d«*alt wifh thc t.ccl that thè top ol a tali cytue-'ss iti*i» ui .i dt‘hris t«‘st piane figurmg iti a thè jury panel was one calient fot snake intestcd    -w-amp He    ve,-;-  Ih»- .lune t*»ini He s.»id thè* lenir icseue-d lenfav    mote shan in    hour.  expn tHl at thè end ot OctolHa . Imt Uiter  Mltilarv se.ai'vhcrs liK'.at<‘<l Ih»  Wc>t(n---'d.:' e-cX>[H i :v»‘  \S p'. a n. I ♦ ut the Noodlt ( i, " 1. inty -ui'eetis U-ter IXrr-rpr ir.a .iv    tr> e .Iure 1951 who  Mibn ittexi t'i    re-.!grnHon tc th«  ^ nei p! diecìoi in a meeting  WEATHER  « IM e vie i u; M 01 1 omvii cu i  W I \ I HI II HI HI VI  , oiai. l’dur !H'  Hti.i. Si    • - 1< V 1. ' M I .    C-  I    ..•..lllt    .tltll    llllìll .'lOl  ransmitftHl Lo Atiilene hv the As Mr  1473 W«‘sl  l.eah She«*U'i  ociated Press Wirephoto .s>stem.jmnKl Di . made a fairly jxcsi    iheck    was    lor    .soim* mie  •hows a man identified as KoU*itjtive" ideiititicalnm ol the New    4X^01    atuig    Mrs.    btieelei did  fill as officers in New Orleans it..,ns roltlx'r, iianring him as the    tjn.    two    men rented.  ti 11 itMG  v.orld ini id«»nf wlien downed ¡i H iSM.i tvvo years . .o  Air Fort e e'ajct < h.aU-s P StiaUon. -32 ti.iiiex! eni' ot c:-tuifimig craft atMiut 9 kt p n’  ( ST A ( 'ill.tit! he- !io|»tc! «poílíMt him alrouî l am Ht-«t uc! n.lived in by fxial .md r(*,Hdn*ei St:,.tion a little a'ter 7 am He I; 'pi went by plane to K»s Ip- v r f cH e-(* Has« at Hdoxi. M ( on.I It ion wa.s gesKl  l! was not imm»*diaf«*lv ki WÌKH I .cüseel th»* a*-!) .10*f itu  11:  aptureel him during tlv»» allempf-|m.in who allegeilly gave her a hotjj^p^ .,.^,^1  the  d robbeiT ol a loan company j -IAH*sday afternoon At l«ast two AtnUiH* jxecpU* »ictims of bad ch»‘cks from two: nen who callw! thein-elves tax on&ultantE •— aver tire Hill .shown a the picture is the same man w'ho gtive them the hot <• hecks From this has also develojM*d new leads into the wherealHiul.s ris alleged accomplice The New Orleans susfHH t is t»e ieved to bi» the same man named rere in a felony theft warrant un-itr U»t name J. L. Hicks. New  NEWS INDEX  SfCTION A TV Report Sporti  Butineti Outlook To Your Gr>od Heolth Bridfo  SECTION B  Women'i news .....  Amuiemtntt .....  Editorials    .......  Comici    ......  Rodio-TV logs . . . . • Obituorici........  S  Ä-7  f  12  13  »iiih    !.. i .».«■ w  11    it!    I.    ICtwll    shUIMM’,    '<■'  r.X I    H VI 11    X VS    •    i.mtp  =-.uiS    rtUd    iR wwiíií'rfi.i Foree thl'C’W up .1 veil Ul M  !■ liioin »,Pill . .lit, *.:ii xiti 4 lltUr u..i ..n r  ,    i.= • u.iiiKCii a 1«' o n*ini uround the cram  the onlv pel «on wlio UhiK inui-..ia> s» <»'  ...    .    ,    .    ...    xui*,,ivv»-i 1IXV« I ■•.ml» “I  stand Wtxlru-Mlav to te-.iiiy o. »,Hid» .»nii -..un.-mi    < t**4i  , .    ..    ■«..    .    t.:    IMllO . Il'lifp! II! IlllliH iLritU» .»««I I I  I i.i.iiia iii.iniif». in renard to the mol ion Itippm    „..an u.i..».tn ..im .»r, s^»»-  I ...ulil ,.U,illl.    i«„,.u.,  Il,.llina,k,    «I,..    h...    Iron,    Ihr    «h,l.-in, u-„ .............. ■■    -  «o,kin,. on    IlH-    inl.-M,.lc «.»r li»'""»    «••*    ■'•'I'"'“»  Hai'olll Knu'isii«, Pirsi-nl«! l«o olh.,,' niuliu.l» .vk  ing to hav«’ tlie indictmeut tjuash  Wit  \.r  cy  *i am {MCNilive him if I saw him Uapt  die said  III  M VI e I M V I I K c  1 -S!  w*-a  di:«tniN>cHÌ One  3  4 t  9  12  12  with Det Sgt  said t haiies Uux ot Uox TyjH-writ er Exchange !33 ( ed.n .Si . also    6ie    chaige  ,made a jwsilive identiticalioii ol dealt with an alleged violaUon ol  the rofiljei  '‘He was here eaily this morn mu with the newspafier looking oiid alleged a 1)1o«hI le.st made on for me ’ Uapt Hullinark said a sfKximen taken from Ridgeway The robbery susjvect purchased shortly after the accident wax tak  M  hi  ;■ i*» :i '41 4 ;ti  I. ml  INI  Ridgwav fiecause he  const nutional rights is a .Negro 'I1u ax-  « »m  ÿ 141 if. mi H iKt ti «1  1i*l  i.’  kumr  .StNf KKFOHTKR, I’g. 4*A, 1^1. 4d> Kee MI AMI, Pg. 4 A. iol. B  Utiih    aiirl    loi*  i    ,i m    ti I    kiiul  Huth    and    U*w  ♦H <»lUl -1  «uti»»-! '.i-t niaht    4-  . a -•■.tii'tft UHiiktii    ■ e  I    if.ditm    ji    (Ili'.*«'    -  I MuiiuUiii    al a<^u. éd un v«.-ni.  t ap kVaaam N c;i -h jHity jHit>ln inioiinalion ollu ei at Ke»-:-let said the U2 was atta»tu-ii to th<- 4iwu(h Stratcflit W mg at L.iUgh ni Al H It W i> on a taghl from Ik'l Rio to Birmuigharn.  .Ala and retuin Stratton s home ts iHdruit. but ftp lives al Del Rio. Tex . wilc his Wile and twc children The U2 a high altitude plane Inx-ame involved in a disfiute l»e twceii the I nitevl States and Stv vn*t Union III May pkin alb r They MiuiiM uKi.,»    (,,„v    pMuei    .    vvax    downed    sanu  m  4. 1. 4it 44 4 I 41 H  di ett.-'s room ‘•Sul.liters build-  uttn tne si.itf of  '-h.ej); 'd ia A 1C- . 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