Abilene Reporter News, January 6, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 6, 1962, Abilene, Texas tt Mene 3^norter -iBtetni 3 STAR FINAL CUAiK .t Ä1 •WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRKZ ** 81ST YEAR, NO. 203 K2 H    SKETCH    YOUR    WORLD    EXACTLY    AS    IT    GOES'—Byron jIoT-2 ^ ABILENE, TEXAS^    Moao^w    VNUARY    6,    1962—TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTION'S Anxociated Pre%s (/F) Baby Killed, 30 Injured In Tornado Snow Slows Travel Related Story, Pg. 10-A BALI.INGKirS TOP MAN ~ Troy Simpson, right, longtime editor of the Ballinger Ledger, receives a plaque as the 1961 Man of the Year from Jack Fry, outgoing president of Ballinger ('hamher of Commerce. In center is Mrs Simpson The award was presented to Simpson during the chamber's annual banquet Friday night. (Staff Photo by Jimmy Parsons) Editor Ballinger's '61 Man of Year rttKSTVlKW. Fla <APt-Tor-nadops spaunefl by a stMies of .squall lines batterai at least five eomniunilies in Florida and .Alabama late Friday, killing a small | child and injuring at least :10 jother persons Heaviest    damage came at rre>tvie\v,    where S-month old T»onna .Inyee .fohnson died lie-neat h the crumbling wall of a brick vencx'r hf»me Thirty others were injured, more than ;100 houses were damaged and .50 house trailer destroyed. and an estimatt*d 1 .'>00 jH'rsons were left homeles.s at Cre.slvievv They were to seek refuge in emergency shelters Of tier lornadties were reixirted at nearby Deslin and Paxton, m the western Florida Panhandle, anil at (¡lenvvood and neat ! Andalusia in southern Alabama. No one was reported injured ex-(X’pt at Crestview but stneral houses and utility lines we'e lorn down. 1 The Weather Bureau at Mobile said the squall lines blew in ahead of a cold front moving airo.ss the (ìulf coastal ar«'a from; the west. Heavy rainfall was reported all along the lower half of the coastal area Ten of the injured here were reported in serious condition Am-! bulances raced to the stricken farming and livestock community; from nearby riiies Telephone communications to Crest view were disi-uptt*d and On State Highways Many Oklahoma Schools Closed Rv TUB ASSiH lATKI) PHKSS | The heaviest repoHed snotv was Numbing cold spread swiftly yt Chillicothe, where the town** over Texas Friday, fanning out t .    v„.    „    .    .    j    e    u ,    j    f,    .u'. I j . i \ alley News estimated 5 inches from snowdrifts that snarled traf- fi« in Northwest Texas and along Oklahomas snow ranged the Bed Hiver. North winds that gu^^ted up to 7.5 mile'-: an hour in .Amarillo ^ent the cold Canadian air hurtling through the state in m-ar blizzard conditions at places. u.sually from 2 to 6 inches, with the heaviest falls in the west. The storm, striking with little warning, pile«! up snow drifts four !feef high at .-ipols along the 15-imile streti'h of Cb 287 between V’ernon and Chillicothe Traffic in all dirtx t on.s, from \eipon. a Red Ri\cr \ailey city 42 miles west of Wichi’a Falls. Frt^zing weather spread south to the Fort Worth and Dallas areas early in the afternoon. Cutting winds of 2h to W miles an hour made the cold penetrating The -snow and ice remained generally in the no 1 hern and northwestern fringe^ of the state, however iXnithe.T,-4 Texas had a few Nhowers an r'arlier. milder cold front moved out into the Gulf Blowing sni.w along the Red was snarled until the storm ca>«‘d I at mid-morning power lines were tom tiown Two .contributed his efforts to the Bal-    ***    ‘»^t    in the wake of FANCY L.\('K — A fast moving cold front whicn moved into liie Te.xas F’anhamlle Bv \oR.MAN’ FisHKR    contributed his efforts to the Bal-    ^aKe ot    late Thursday night 1 ft this scene in Amaiillo Friday. Winds up to 73 miles per Reporter-NVWH stait Writer    linger livestock ^ow. March of    one be    :    hour were recorded. (AP Wircpholoi B.AIJJ.NGF.R — Troy Simpson Dimes, cancer and Red ( ro<-> 15'    Hghlning,      '    '    .it veteran editor of the Ballinger drivt*s and a cemetery .wuprove- ^ I^ger, was honored at his town’s ment program Cross Plains Woman Hit By Wall Dies Gov. Farris Bryant at Tallahas- Man of the Year for pmi Friday The dinner marked the night at the Annual    Chamber    of    nmg of new term.*    for    officers of    pjorida Highwav Patrol nnhed    in Commerce banquet.    Bailmger Chamfier    of Commerce.,„leslical .supplift^ to the city Jack Fr>, retiring Chamber incoming piesident is Ode IP Surrounding communities also piesident said. “Simpson could Howard. Dther officers include .sent help Hie sheriff's office at well be called the father of his .McGarvey first vice presi- Pensacola 8.5 miles to the .south-town He has worked for over a    p)<ion    Hollej    second    vice    ea.st,    rushed fi\e cars to Crest- half a century promoting Balhn    president, and .Neth    McLarty,    view, and the K.scambia Countv- ger **    Ucasurer    search and re'-cue unit, al.o    .aC, Fr>', who presented the award, Itvoming directors arc Howard,,was mobilized Anoth-i nted the Ballinger editor for hr Jim Miller, McLarty. Di«*k .Ay- re.scue unit wa.s en route from    CROfvS    Pl.,-\INS    BNs    —    AP work on four n>ajor prok'cfs ip er* Holley Drury Hathaway, -^'^‘k'llu.sia, .Ala , alniut 4.5 miles to    Richard    A    (lObU*    .lO,    of    o. (he past year — viork orgtuuzmg Butter HcnyhilP Du k Holstead.^f*^ north    Plains ditxi Friday at 12 4. ,i i. fommunily Chest drives whi »f. Wvhe Hearn Joe Forman and    bu.sines.s disinct of Cre^t in Hendrick Mcmor> d Hut 'd n raised ovcT $l5.noO the Ballinger Finest Caskev    iVicw    was hard hit The Jitney \bilcne .'-he wa- cn . xP T.'th Anniversarv otiM*rvance, the Retiring directors are F r    ** sufXMmarket was rc|K»rl iured when a waP fe'i on h i at Miss Merrv Christmas Campaigi* Bill WiU. Francis Perry. L. A destroyed and the Htlton Hotel her home Dec 18 and the* drive to build the new Faubion, M A Davidson and heavily damaged    ^    she    was    Ndpine    lu-    hu    !    .*• Ballinger Memorial    Hospital.    John Biad.shavv Other act'omplishniinits of The program was bv Fred Low-Simpson prai-txi at the dinner ery, who whistled song.s ranging DAGGER FOUND Nehru Strikes Back in Melee Hivc!    V‘aP‘-v road.^ reduced visibility    at times    m zero Traffic The cold, severest of the new    25 .'-ars were re- ivear. was pan of a norm that IsloptHxl traffir widelv throughout    Amarillo,    the    winds    of ioklahoma    and    states to the north    hurricane    force disrupted iMany Oklahoma schools closed    manv    .st^ctions I p to 5on ear« were immobilized At Bowie. 48 miles southeast of lin great traffic tieups around AVichit-a Falls, mmierately heav'y iOklahoma    (    iiy    mû xnow    coated the area. I The snow extended a- far south \Amds gusted up to ;î8 miles as .Abilene but was onlv in harm ^’'now showers fell at .Amarillo, le>- flumes there The Panhandle Luht>ook and Dalhart during the awakened v^ith one inch m -o of vaily dtenMxm Winds at the tim« the fWce left on the ground dur- gn-ted up to 4« miles an hour m inc the night    .Amarillo. 48 at l.ubbock and I I |)per Panhandle roads S4«)n AV :;-o. and 40 m p.h, at Fort 'iced over, but roads w'cte op«*n AVotth and Lare<io Ught snow aiKl K*e cav«r«*d road.^    "    ' in tfK’ south Panhandle and Childress area Highways were haz-!ardous but op*‘n I.ubhock arc ¡roads were clta.r of ire and now Rura: telephone .md utility hne--sutfered n the xouth Plainr and P-nhamiie Telephone off.eia,,-ud the> Pad 2nS {xile- down n iihe area Putner and \V?stwx!> PATNA India AP — Many'morning that one rc'- on India    Uc'ctord -and we-s of Anm thousand- ot lo'iaiiN stormed into    Portuguese    Gou    v^as to a Si Sion of India'- ruling Con’ .    , ,    .    t-    Hoydada    Al-Lean    Hereford IV .Old engae«'d    n^“P    u.'ty    hor,    shamrock «eiepiionc rt.mpa j ram «'eel and snow blew melee that en-    '    iatmeil    India's    n-    s sanl 4ho rural Pb‘phones    \bi;ene atca Friday, car- u led Pi ime AFruster Nehru furciP'le occupation of Goa w :ii " »-re out ot '* rv e in the are.=    north winds which aver- Snow Falls; (old, Wind Due Today grc>s }>a t\ F in ;ti iipioL . WEATHER were hlii work with the Masonu liom classical to tK»i>ular num. Lodge, Chamb«‘r ot Commerce. Ihm.s .Aliout 22.5 ptm.soiis altendini First Methovlisl Church and Bal- the annual program held in Ballinger Lions Club He also has Unger High S<*hool t aleleria under the he: vy st .a une ui and nfe= 11. I. .H    orevKrwrM oi (ommi-kci    rtneiv'-d    -i    broken    !r Wl VI III H HI Kl %(    ItH 1%. U    .1    UIUM II «Wmibrr Map. Fugr to^i    iniUfH'S VBlLÉ-xr \\|> VICIMlV K.idiu» M' Milf«» I’lejr and cold tho»UKh sun Fuñera^ will fie ,j a <1d> Hiiih Saturdd- nrai 4ti l<m S.«lm pm SalUrd.IV at the t Otti* W (nvd WiaOt Wttnrluv kim é 4% . • «1»' night 15 lit ?0 High sunda> kn Iht lo"    «Oí.    B.ipL’t f hurch, .-even mill' le    'h h tan and luld *salu»(Li^'Patti''iJoutp    nf    htnC,    With    tfie HcV IL' and >»«.nw sunda> High Saturday vt to t nm. pastor oltu iatiiig MiHTUWKST rrXVS Gfnrialb (an Butial will f»e 111 Cotto”’ Sdiuttlav and S.iiurda.v night \t>i quif«.    .    i    j    .    i    i, fcu    »»Id WfM and    n»nh    utiitton» P,-.=-tj\    ( emcferv    untfcr direi-**“'! of    It uÄ    iflo    pinliotham Funeral Home of i SlH TUVVlXST TF.X VS f lrai to p-i I’lail!« I> Huud> Saturday through Sunday with    , a irt-r/r in»M »felloni» Saturday niKht Alr.s (tobie tflC loillier 1 aJ' : * littlr vratmfi in »hr alirinoon» High *i, „    1,    i,    i Saluitlar 4ii ii) V» n»»ith '*< lo .55 *outh ALiV AlltcfK’ii. Was N)l f1 .l!;iV e Fn am *Ptlt. in C»OS< id *111 Sfu n=at :* p ftichard A (ioWc Ih» 2.) lípí 57    tal Baud ^    ! Survivor: im ode her hush    md •b    La hoii, H I tiot>U‘ O' Fort Hex! XI    two d.aUi’P.U'i s    Air-. Bxi Carev * ■'    5.t2H CapVul Atiitene and G o. (ioftli* of    !h»‘    horn* >do    ; a High ütííl low fi>i ‘.M hour» ending Sum All'- It \ S»'Ott ol t To High and loa »amr «lalr la»! ,'rai 54 and A1j> ( l-'ifk .Xlltith .Il Ot H, I' I... ,..h,    5.;,    ,a.U.    I' 7    11    lontghi    5    tg    ('iovp* N    M    and Duke of    1 re l'.aii>n<rl<*i    ai S p m ih 'i9    . Huinitlity al 9 p nri 45 pt»i »-mi    • laillS, ailu OllC r i ,.m.-.rUl Ato'e than I to * t.eigenty crew x^i,erl 23 mde.s per hour and gusted no n vvere disp.a h al to tfi.’ »e» li.tn o restore “ivue    ,g ,,, prospect for Aia.ximum    temfxxatu    es.    vv‘’:-h    McLaughün. fx'l sjHa’d ly a d.íikncx- nieleorologist at the weather bu-^    ran,    ed    f:    >m    8*4 at    ^    ..hould    not    be so .aiin.i Oli oll» m*iii a short dis-    i>t    {x-ace    wiil    »‘ontuiue    *'    ?    *    o    54    u    hizh.    averaging from 10 to IS mph, -mie Horn the phdfo.m when Rut iH.i-e was slioitliv'ed m »he'^'1,'''.V    ^    moving    taild    front ihr    ,ii « d,T I,,,,*..' .ml    clurm.;    ,h:.    „„    ,h,    C,Un« 'hd    (‘1    1.,'    u,    „m,, I    7'”‘"; mi-.-nu«! sc- n, i.,., n„,ih«cst «( ('.„.-uih.    |¡.,    .¡Ì    ‘ ehio had a.-rwitetl    m the    lX“Us>and-    of    uninviu-«! sloimed .Nehru h¡n,-s*;* stiiick a tew f>low.s    pre\cnt    it. fir*<’umine a b»‘f<!ri* îeiïViîi; m a huti    fia    e    for    NATO,    of which PoC i- ,.    ,,    I,    .    ..    .    The    mva-te    generai!'    v\ere    de    memtH*r •its    ,    ■    ,i    liiuK    .'^'    «......  «"•'    '    NVh.u    l.n»U    a-.„le    Brtish jhcr 10 the xolind she prnr ■    '''■    I"*''-*''    ,, lun no h i.m Hut a .1—<i vk. ^ aetion and ax:oited Indi n 41» tK 3B 37 .15 .15 :»4 .14 a J <»1 3 01» 4 (Ml ,■ lai fc no 7 lai B iio « ■»» 10 t»l 11 (Nl 12 Ot Elderly Rule Widow Dies In Home Fire r.to the .ifierniHin sex. ion man> to <’t u look at the prime nan-. u One Imiuin oftH al railed the !» .ulutat stamrx’de a tribute i> N*-hi'U'» tv.i>t|ia!'t|y I ND' U pleaded for order tn no Liv.i;', 'llu’n he inerf to jump down f*(im fh»' \af»'ty of the dais into the uniulv crowii f>ut was re .strained t>\ hi« a-<unly men who 11 ’'ve-ion Hup aon 02 an t lutkiii 17 04 POLL TAX BOX SCORE Swe M flKl . Pg »-A. ( of. 1 PofI To**t Paid Eiampliont Claimed T otol 1961 Poilt, Eiempr Record <1960) Deadline 2,978 2,342 5 320 16 196 24 S13 Jon. 31 ;''‘.::’gi*d temix-r Ou-e» here 38 de-.. in 11 houi- TnuiNday’s high V»    .0    I th.' iv»’    uight    low was ,34 Fil“ ; h .n    4e sw-e A i! :    Rx * Ma.TTford art l'-i .col;. ,-»*'0 ¡xîPted snow i!i.rr,es C il', Ft iîav Otei dica town' e port ed sm ali amuiipt ot mo une ranging !rmr la of an mch of ram at V I i ro    aee at Brecken- 1 t i\    iiortçd 02 of an ■    -e-    »■    H    H.mger Kl !.K. Stock Exchange Rapped Sharply HN.S- -- Mr?; Luc> .    B: 'i'-W atMei! :Xi w.lx fa'.al.’- IM.iiP t»UMi«'<i when . e <.v . ti.iptHsl in her trame hu.»a‘ by liamer Fu (i.iv eví'iui': NviO-tnil íu..,d Mis B:'st..v ■ i M-. ÍKii weie inable to enter ‘ nl.;/ii *    hume    to .ave the eid V Y 'A;: >w    wito    liv*‘d alone rooM' dweM iig w - -ilw lime votui't**»! i ; »'d Atix Hrciow v : !id tMiKxith the col- , .«ad líHit »'iiu-n    vu 'e    ii!xd;le to de¡ r he    .^"e    =■ the b' !/e City Fires 7 Employes; 'ine f'V-I ■um. f > nwu . ' H a :.ip-T'd a h rum»' 3 Others Puten Probation v\ lb»‘ Cite u»*d .) ion li .K n ■ l ini! ied at)»KlI 7 p m M:s Kl. !uu kctivvii *0 n»any lv..:e 1« >!'!»■ t , ax \unt l.uv=, i 1 ,iV •    ”e.    I    il» e    'î ot hei 'h    ” i h el ' V t d ¡II )v II«' lui Ole p.i'.t 1:    VCX's lier 'U)u .4' 1’ ItK-lied .di».-ut sev M =.    i>uih«'..v* m the tni*i .il .*1 ■ t i» W'ii in» ailii.HiiH NEWS INDEX FIT FOK A KINCi! - Difsseil in )fwcU*(i relp^ious robes, little Gvahvav »Sakyapa is av\t‘d at tin* sight ul his first hirthday afiiver.sary lakc. Gsalvvay, who quickly dropped the Buddha cfieinonial jtioccs and grahlmd ta. IV- the cake, is the sou of .Mr and .Mr.s .ligdal .Sakva They are mt'inhers of a Fihel refugee group now ing in Seattle. The youngster, of nohle hirth, h to lie a Tibetan religious leader when he grows up. (.Ai* Wirephoto) Hv I RANK 4 ORMIKR in wluil w,»« i« ili..)i W ASHINGTON -.Xf*’ TIu* «>xt»Iuxive i»|BHt cvt-Ank-rican stock Fxchaiigt* was ih»' 2Lvc:»r-o!d iDinic acmisetl    bv    fwleral    inveMiuniuis    luntc.-me    XL Uhi Fi-d.ty of iH'rmilling -r iaaifold ,, , ^au>n dir,hi,, m    •» mnu» jaiid prulonged af»us»’.- ol law.s    ^    '    ■ 'and rules desigiHxl to pi.iUx t the        ,    , ,    ,, me4«%Ltii> 4tiiiv> tMiFiiii*    I    I    t    V    *    UiK4»*iti    r    unt    t    «ii    Montt The .Vi untie.s .oi»l    F.xchaiige ci,,.,,.    ,    (;■• ,»    ..    -——— Commis.xiun. «’appmg    ..    M*v.*n-a< iiont uh.ui    .id month invesiigatiori of the na-iG    W-    (». ition s .s»Hond laige.st    sUn k cx \,f‘^^„^.    t    Mtie« ih .    jp.»-.!    m... > clunge.    Lvsueil    a    127    page    icimhI which cuntendeif the ex» haiikc    n,,, ha- lk*en doiiiinale<f fyv a tuui- ^|j    tftiv    ju.    \»i    i» ‘not    uiiHiue    '    to (icuk’oii    W    :1 »x b'l* < oheii »jc» i lu’d ¡0 x l»ite    wlicliiei    tlk' pint)»'    ,0    d;»*.» iciinenth heads the exchange a.s    ^ pre.sident pro teiii ! A broad fMimpling »>f excliange mernfxHS -and even the SFC it seU—i’am« in icN' aiiarp cnticuiiiDi Ik* SKK'k, l*g, 2-A. Col. S iium oli.garchv ll ".ikf the »loinm,ini giouji ha» ( inelude«! .foseph f Heiljy v»'hu StCTION A Obituorici    ■    . . .    . Sportf    ... Amuiemenlf ...... 0<1 ngy*» SECTION B Church newt Women't newt    . . Comici    . , .    . 3 4 6 7 II i‘t\ mr . ! hav « I.»- »11 • It : »nioiu‘*T J to » ■0 J- I '■ p > Al ^ * 's 1 ÎÎ ' .»■»1 ulUl Ifl »’»' ■ 1 ; l'is ' .. fd f\ di*- -, ; ion t . IN', : . I-:tj! :: ml ' r f tin ind ItHiliU* 1*1 olii* 1 »1 to :ii.'.'. 1 I:e •• he I ■ ji 1 . oí ,01 III' »■■' ■ : . iti '»=0 t:\ 1 m.'ti i - ¡¡'\f mil!■■■'II • 11 1 '1 ;; 'in 'C ' d iio 1 t . Vl uHU la!-. .Ììul I’- ! ( t : --'I:.,;,. 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Hi « to «3iV »ge îave withal* 1 '<1 the t nation 1*    ifir Kag ng ot *1»»*    VI-«'    of r- pioved ih.tnge» ■1 'Mted aj »I dement VC'*" to « bua»i.ng ■ ’    ;1 l»eip i* ». d . -\iK this e ; it h,»v 1 ' t *!»' public >.'i;*e td^e ' . » I -,d ‘1 e at to l'»e em- iii.i» hint- pUMtiV»“ k'ImìC )>*■ Ediiorioit There mav hav# been « ruviindl TV Stout Rad»o-TV logs lotin ntwi, morkoft 2 3 5 6 9 9 10 It shi'Uld >* IV e .< fi    u •!    iHiig    itx    oi to ttio-e uiv.. vixl .Old III ultier    cdv D*« tur.. :o>e-    I,*'    «..i:«*'    liviive    at    5    )i    m H»‘ v^ould not estim.tic    tiie    did    m    th»-    i    »»»•    ot    the    íiimI    eint>iu l..r ainounl ot hu- rii\\    1»»«.»    ui    to    .afiivt    niM»».»    ul    tH>    tHvipeil> urn' i l »I ■V 1 iiiiL Ih anlortun- 1!; a.i! icii V» ■ It*» ' ii,*‘ u! the uu, » Hie moi < »    ! integrity >1 » iH. eim t - I''. trt tlf.el’V - t»utJu ctm- «M t »111 .11 .1 »I dk ating the ittss ts a.cumulative Tindman said That empl»i.\e w • t **•'»**'    • ovei ,» numt«* r of xear« arnl m- dismesseci shortly after Cbrislmas linstm oi s.ud the citv com-clude.s both salvage and new nia Tinstinan said the investigation liussmn wa.» made aaare oi tho lenali.    I    «flowed    that    “lack    oi    del    mice    poll    «‘nation    dutirig the tnv oiügâUoo. ;

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