Abilene Reporter News, January 4, 1962

Abilene Reporter News

January 04, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1962, Abilene, Texas gfotleneJfoporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS'OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT ;si ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS DANIEL RAPPED Both Houses Okay Session AUSTIN houses ofjthe Texas Conslitiilion lo give lo the legislature crushed attempt.! any governor authority lo call a today to end the one-day old sp cial session al once. The Senate defeated 2.VB a final adjournment (sine die' The House, by a 110-27 vole, re- fused (o suspend iis rules to con- sider a similar resolution. The House sine die resolution was referred to the Kules Com- mittee. Rep. Charles Ballmnn of Bar session for political ica sons and for political reasons Bnllman said. "I ilon'l think Ihoy intended to create a political sounding hoard al (he expense of Ihe people of Texas." Ballman said (irere is no guar- iinlcc Ihe slate treasury will be free of a deficit al the end of ihcj hiennium, Aug. 21, isxa. "This session decreases lite chances ger and Sen. George I'arkboiiscjtbal the deficit won't removed by of Dallas, sponsors of Ihe he said. i ,1 Opposition to the resolution als, told lawmakers there was no need for the session. Ballman said Gov. Price Daniel called il for political reasons. "It is my contention that it was not the intent of Ihe framcrs of Tornadoes Forecast For Texas Earlltr story Pg. 6-11 By TTir: ASSOCIATED PRESS The Weather Bureau forecast a few loniadoes and scattered se- vere thunderstorms Thursday for one of the most heavily populated areas Texas. The f or e c a s t area stretched roughly from Fort Worth lo Te.x- arkana, and up lo 120 miles south of a line between Ihosc cities. Included in the area are such cities as Fort Worth, Dallas, En- nis, Waxahachie, Greenville, Cor- sicana, Mexia, Palestine, Athens, Sulphur Springs, Commerce, Ty. ter, Kilgore, Henderson. Longvicw, Marshall, Gladewater, Ml. Pleas- ant and Texarkana. The Weather Bureau said, tew tornadoes and scattered se- came from Heps. George Ilinson of Mincola and Byron Tunnel! of Tyler. Both houses quit until 11 a.m. Monday. Parkhouse told Ihe Senate "As of this morning Texas is in the :ed S77 million. The governor lias made an ambition of keeping Texas in the red." He said il is "utterly useless to turn over 000 lo the highway engineers to advertise Texas." The advertise Texas appropria- tions was one of Gov. Price Dan- iel's requests lo the opening of the session. Parkliouse said he did not be- lieve il was necessary to pass an escheal (abandoned property) bill now. "The money in those banks will be there next year just like il lias been since Daniel was Ihe attorney general." he said. The six voting for Parkhouse's resolution were Sens. Parkhouse, Tom Creighton o: Mineral Wells, Grady Hazlewood of Amarillo. Hu- bert Hudson of Brownsville, Pres- ton Smith of Lubbock and Frank Owen of El Paso. The Senate heard introduction of bills representing Ihe subject presented lo Ihe session by Dan- iel, then quit until 11 a.m. Mon- day. Committee hearings on the Senate measures begin Monday morning with a hearing on more money for faim road maintenance at 10 a.m. The Home Committee on flanks Associated Press Indonesia Hikes Buildup of Arms thunderstorms accompanied by large hail and damaging winds Banking scheduled testimony are expected in an area along and lale ltxi'1-v Criss (Jolc's 120 miles soulh of a line from 20 miles north of Fort Worth bil1 to regulate the small loan in- requested by Tex., to 40 miles north of Texar- lbe Hearings on sever- kana, Ark., during the othe: from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. CST to- crnot day." bills asked by the gov QUESTIONED Masis Palouian, self-styled 'freedom is shown in Philadelphia police cus tody in connection with a bombing attempt of the Sukarno Rejects Setilemenf MAKASSAR, Celebes, Indonesia New Guinea will be included in Indonesian territory Ihis year and no fleet, no army, no force will s'.op President .Sukarno declared loday. Speaking lo a crowd on Ihis In- idone-iian island, he firmly rejected ;flulch proposal.1; for seltieinenl of Ihe New Guinea dispute. Sukarno alerted his armed forc- es more than hvo weeks ago lo be I ready to seize the dispuatcd half jof New Guinea bin has not yet (ordered a D-Day. The country has stepped up its aims buildup off Ihe shores of West New Guinea, however. The army announced that 10.000 of independence fighlmg 'against Ihe Dutch are being re- armed on Amhoina and other is- home of Congressman William J. Green Jr. A hard- lands of the Molucca chain some ware store clerk identified him as the man who pur- chased pipe similar to that used in the bomb intended for ihe Green home. The bomb failed to explode. (AP Wirephoto) MILLION A YEAR Huge School Program Seen 151] miles the western tip of New Guinea, The announcement closely fol- [Jowed a report from a high gov- iernmcnt source that Indonesia is j willing to promise West New Guin- 'ea eventual self-determination if the Dutch agree to let Jakarta take over Ihe territory's admiius. illation in the meantime. I Col. Busjiti. military command- ier of the .Molucca area, declare'! jthal the issuance of amis to the i-.eterans and their assignment into rombat units are preliminary lo "tlie march forward 1C slop the Dutch-created Papuan- SGT. YORK WATCHES GRANDDAUGHTER. RECRUITER Col. Robert Brown gave nalh WASHINGTON 'API A new, Federal-aid for short-term in-'slate from operating and lo hoist r_.i__i __ InrlntineIa'c retil anrl in SI20-million-a-year federal pro gram lo improve Ihe quality of public school education will be proposed (o Congress by (he Ken- nedy administration (bis year, in- formed source? said loday. The basic aim would lx> to pro-! Indonesia's red and white flag in sliUKes for advance study for teachers, similar to those provided under (lie National DC- lional mobilization last niotuh.' fense Education Act. The -saicl invade West; territory." now President Sukarno ordered na- WEATHER U. S. DEPARTMENT OV CO.MMIIKCK WEATHKK mjlei) Clear lo pattli Mottclnv. are scheduled Friday trained teachers and Ihe incentive to slates improve .1 In tlie Senate, Sen. Bruce inslruclional services. gan introduced a calch-ali appro- priations bill including money sought by the governor for tour- ist advertising, juvenile and repair of San Jacinto monu- The new program was described as pulling together in one package a number of ideas that have been advanced in re- cent months by Secretary of Wel- fare Abraham A. Ribicoff. It also paling teachers would receive ;Ne" css lhe wcck aml fnl. 1l over 6ave no lml'-' i fc-i r f0' of an invasion dale, dependent while attending the m-j Bm lbc high OTUrre ue- i reported Wednesday night lhat Granls lo the slates for special-Indonesia was prepared to drop projects such as programs forljis demand for immediate sever-- gifled or retarded children, 01 for ;eignly over the primitive area underprivileged or difficult chit-1 and lo offer the 700.000 Papuan dren, or for programs for there the right of veloping new types of mslruction'evenlual self-determination. UQ said the Netherlands in turn Sgf. York's Grandchild Joins WAF Two Arrested For Extortion SANTA ANA. Calif. Charged with federal extortion FBI arrested two Santa Ana lvere reruns Shane Hat- Wednesday night on charge? PALI, MAM., Term lo extort 525.000 in return irick, 2.1, and Albert Bruce Dyer, be a -Sergeant York. too. before [for (he release of nj23. Both are unemployed. They you know eiior me release 01 two American, if." said Mary Elizabelhjstudents imprisoned in East Ger. mx> brothers-in-law. i- York. 18. after she was sworn into'many. i William G. Simon, special agent lhe Women's Air Force. Intended victim of the plot, the Jin charge of Ihe Angeles FBI The Air l-'orce conducted the'FB1 Edgar E. said Pankey received a a rancher at nearby Tu.slin. on Sept. 19. a few days two were seized nr improved equipment or belter U'ednesdav a! the The governor's program for Ihe Pankey's son. Victor S. Pankey !would have lo give Indonesia ad- olle which was n-j in Ihe general school aid wid coldtr Thursday Alvinan" h1s neP'1Ctt- 1'uberl Proposal would be ministration of the territory. S3 Wd 22. SliMCt U.M nUhl: VJnrisp sunset tonifht .s 17 n[ noon- 27 9K al ntxni: 31 crnl means al our disposal lo see lo should lx> extended to il thai our members, and the cllllrch nml olllcr privale schools, public al large, recognize Ihe has said the justice in Ihe governor's the and express to their asam of '''yirlg to pass a legislators." Sencral aid bill but adds it still The loan control bill lol'sh for hearing loday p.m.) was Thc be on federal given guarded approval lasl month by Ihe Legislative Council. iC'ole pleaded for ils endorsement See TKXAS. Pg. 1.1-A, Col. 4 Foreign Exchange Sale Suspended VIENTIANE, Laos TIs own revenue is around million for scholarships and nslilines to provide advanced study for leachers. It would include [signed Army major general now how long the hearings Scholarship grants for elemon kpy "w controversy, I might continue but "it is apparent 'lions of lhe York family. "Ten- ary school leichcrs for has asreed lo leslify. jthal they will tie. extensive." Ini'ssce marie lhat place anyway." News was hore he g one year of study in their chosen Walker was rernnvetl from corn- mand of [he 24th U.S. Armv Laos national bank annoum-cd lo day It has suspended lhe sale of foreign exchange. The move im- rnediafcly gave rise to spccutalion the United Stales had suspended financial aid to An American Embassy spokes- man declined to comment on the MTKHincomenl. The notice issued by lhe B.TUIUC Nallonalc du Laos lo all common cial banks said that it would no longer sell American dollars and French francs which are Die only foreign exchange il handles. As a result, a spokesman for the fianquc Dindochine said sale by commercial banks of nil for- eign exchange such as pound or Thai baht were immediately Laos has R free currency mar- ket with the l.notinn kip standing 80 kip to one dollar. Ils econo- my Is propped by American of million annually in support men in Ihe army and police, for budget support and projecti, million. If the banks decision came as a result of American susttcnsion of financial aid, it was an American sanction against Prince Moun Gum's government which lejecled American suggestions regarding formation of a coalition govern- lenl. In a slorniy interview on New Year's Day Vice Premier Clcn. Phoumi iVosavan told American Ambassador Winthrop Brown that his fivoup would not relinquish (he posts of defense and interior min- islries lo ncittralisl Souvanna Phoumn's ccntrnl group. This stand viminlly rules out the possibility of coalillon. American officials here have been mum since (hen but they would not deny llwit American aid was suspended. It has hoen the view of British, French and diplomats here for n long lime lhal (he United Stales would have lo suspend aid lo rightists lo mnke them adopt n mote plinnl altitude lo ward coalition. Military Muzzle Hearings Slated aid ng racililies and for medical announced loday j Defense and the Department of I lenlal schools, he has said. lhal hearings will WASHINGTON fAP.-Scn. of .he Department Tlir program as bein developed is reported lo include 5fi6 million yearly for improve- lion' of insli uclional services and .Ian, 23 on charges lhal Ihe Penla-l Later Ihe investigating senators! gon has muzzier) military men who will inquire inlo troop information want to speak out against coin-iand education and the of (tie military in mans and captured 132 more in the Argonnr Forest in (918 He was obviously proud of his granddaughter's enlistment but his loyally lo the Army showed through. There's still going lo be some hard fighting to do." he said, and for lhat the ultimate weapon is per- firs' fame when in the late 1920s "Tennessee ami Kentucky rifle- nianent memorial fov Ihe spread the story Old Rjp Mouse, author, humorist the world Thc ncw 1efl [or Texan, is the piojecl' Old Rip was the horned toad inquire inlo troop at Lackland Air Force directors of Kaslland Chnmhor wbidi had. so the goes, Memorial Planned For Boyce House Hase near San Antonio. She of Commerce. hopes lo become an Air r'orre Manager Ixre Klli-- nutified Cov. Price of lhe protect this. ami was islcpi in Ihe cornerstone of East- ..._ courthouse 3! years Slennis. chairman of the sprciuliscminars and olher public Price of the protect this.ami was hfted out alive when a inquiry group authorized lasl Sep-lmalion activities. Slennis said. I "'m K'ad she s going tn asking for suggestions courthouse cornerstone was lemlK-r, saicl Edwin A. Walker. The chairman said he could not as." the old sergeant said to the.help. laid crowded with three gcnera-j Mouse arrived in Kastbud in Much of Mouse's writings have rditm it! Tlu- Oi. nf the field nrama in hi ields colleges or universiiies. The scholarships would bo for about each. Presently (here s a fellowship program under the National Defense F.ducalion Act for science, mathematics and for- eign language leachers. Granls to colleges and univer- sities and leacher colleges to ;1i'onRthen teacher education pro- Sen, Bailiff Files For Reelection Slate Senator David Bailiff of Stamford filed for reelection with county chairmen of District 24 Ihis week, he revealed Thursday. Counties involved include Bor- den, Fisher, Garza. Ilnskell. How- ard, Kent, Mitchell, Nolan. Scurry, Shackclforrt, Stonewall and Taylor. Sen. Ralliff hns served Jn (his posl since nn election lollowing the death of Sen. Ilmlcy Sadlct In Intt 1054. sion in Germany lasl year and officially admonished after nn Ar-l my investigation. The official finding announced at the lime was lh.il Walker had made derogatory statements about prominent Americans, lie was re- ported to hnve described former President Harry S. Tniman and others as soft on communism. Uilcr, in testimony before the Scnalc Armed Services Commit- AT ASSEMBLY MEETING [ee, of Defense Congo here." he said. [ply because the Katanga govern- County S. McNnmar.i iisscrtcd that loday accused the Unit- Hc finally for a wanted to put an end to the Thc September cr had attempted to influence the votes of his troops in the 1960 congressional elections. Wnlker has denied rioitiK any- thing improper. Hc resigned his County. Mis book. in You in j Ranger'" dealing with that boom- I ing city and res; of EasUand County, iv.mes many persons s'.ill Ining in this ;n ea as well as persons all over the at nne lime had their 'fingers in Ihe Kasllanri Cminty oil. I "Roaring Ranger" and "Oil Kury" were liter books dealing with the wliii'h brought 'lex Col Hobcn Gordon EI.ISABBTHV1LI.K. Katanga, fight the United Nations, but they fighting for our freedom but sim- and .less to Kastl.ind Tshombe Blasts UN's 'Odious Aggression' ed Nations ol "odious ag.trtcssion" "not we in n speech al a meeting of the I Provincial Assembly called to con- sider his agreement to or.d Katan- ga's secession from die Congo. NEWS INDEX tired of'.killin; dared. Only and carnnjc." he di> two-slnr rank and refused any Ar-j After the President's speech, my retirement pay in order lo be-'which look strong exception to two free lo conduct a cnmpaignjof Ihe agreement's eight parts, lhe against those he contends aio im-j Assembly presidenl announced the peeling indoclrinntlon of soWicrsimaller would IH- referred to a spc-l and the public n gainst the men- aces of International communism. said mosl of the hear- ings by tiie Senate inquiry group will be open So lhe public Hc snid lhe Initial hearings will deal with "siwcch ccnsorihlp clal commission. Tshombe said "the United Na- tions' clumsy intervention under U.S. pressure" in Katanga lasl month had not helped relations with the central government. "We did not go to New York to SECTION A Bridge 8 To Your Good Health 8 Sporti 10-11 Food poge 16 SECTION B Women'i 2-J Obituaries 4 iuiintls ncwi 8-11 AmuMmrnrs 11 Camlet 13 Editorials 14 R.dio-TV toji 17 TV R.port U toadnapping of Old Kip during preparations lor the Mvond annual Peanut of the assembly uicm- Hnul gave rise to revival hers preivnl. of the Hojc-e Him.-e stones ol Mm1 opposition ilepnlu-s fmm famcxl Imrni'd mail ithe Halutiakat party weui among IJli- saitl ilu- l-la.sMand Chamber :thosc preseiit. There would haw nf 1'oninn'nv lo establish 3ti but.ihr p'nn.un'n'. Micmoiial to the iOne out angrily when man .ikied Ihe drama of jllierc was a delay ol ininules.Kasilarut Couni.v. which included in owning ttw session. K'isilaikl Cnualy's farrious and no- Tlie AsM'mhly failed lo begin do- Iriuiis boom, which began in bate on schedule yesterday with the drilling Ihe lhe Me- only 19 members showed up. If C.'eske> weil. localert between nil seals were filled the Assembly1 Kaslland and Hanger would have Tl members, including. Frank Chnmpion. drillor of th.il 12 appointed chiefs. well, sliil iivtj in Hanger. ;

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