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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               gfetlene "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD V- v i 9909 xe OD eaivs -AH38 HIIJOUOtH YEAR. NO. 204 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7. PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Auociated Preis Big Storm Leaves Rash of Accidents General Sees No Serious Berlin Crisis Hv .IOII.V Al. IIIGHTOWKR WASHINGTON 'AP'-flen, Lu- cius U. Clay told Secretary of 'State Dean Husk Saturday lha' East-West talk-- on Ucrlin usually 'jincrease leosions in tiial disputed -city. But Clay ih-connied any pos-' Isihilily ol a a rave new emergency there. C'lay is Pro.-ide.iV Kennedy's personal repiesentalue in Wesl jlierlin anil will report to ,he Pies- '-iidc.nl al the House Sunday. an hour and a half wilh ;Hnsk and both men denied there aie any policy differences be iwecn them. Viuimenls which Clay made in brief meeting with ne- smell' d ihe word circulated in1 advance of his arrival here thai; ho the L'.S. commander1 in West Berlin niusi have atuhor-j lo ac! in any future c-vpn if he lacks precise in-line-- lion from Washington. Husk, dealing wilh a related bill diffeienl problem, has the respon- sibility of making sure Dial where By LANE TAI.RCRT lounge chairs after Irving to keep show lo other groups V S" 'nclions arc Staff wilh the hectic pace of Imltinij.Ihe nation in hopes ol with Never let it be said lha'. an Abi- hack and forth between the eirc-u- Ihe effectiveness of the TAP Britain. I-ranee. 'ABOUT MY TEST GRADE, Eddie I lord of 2102 Jeanelte Si., a soph- omore at Cooper High School, prepares lo apply a cream pie lo the face of Iii.s coun- selor at Cooper, C. Click, al the Teens Against Polio Carnival Saturday night. Several other pet stiitlents had already made their mark on the teacher. (Staff pho- to by Jimmy Parsons) (Sec other pictures Pg. 9-A) THOUSANDS AT CARNIVAL Teens Tackle Polio 6-10 Inch Snow Hits Konscis City IU A snow baticied '.he ca-u-in half ol i! T1IK ASSOCIATKI) I'RKSS reported -kidding accidents funded uilh ibe bundled-" sleet rain.- llamjvhn-e mnlnrisls were .niv.-ed to of! mads unless the state -Jrirn Inl! mul itili- ii.-aih- V-n-n ul was coaled iie-.-h'cki-d n! fni -siiMuii'.rd '.cc afic-i niqht of ways. a-ul -it ei tin: closed Ilie -toim Mi'j'.n-.d'-d pianos in a nunibu- of rn.iioi- cities, dis rnp'ed IHI-. M-he'hdes ,'ind rac-ed a rash ol iraffa- accident- Mill take police several Hays tu i miip-le .n omo liir-alii ii'-. Kiuhl [H-'-.-m- in one c-ai- uei'e killed when then vehicle and a semih-ailei ni'hd; in rainy, fogey weal'nei :n Ilbnois. A fev: hnurs Mire- ".Is acciden's. many 01-1 u led ria ice-slicked York. Three i.'ickkr fed on a N. Y causing a can io- -cma! hours, invei-ed iho area, wire -juiiindcn a! Roch- i'-iri-. N.Y. aiv.t fog shut down the liiu-ina'auial at Philadc-1- iu'ch !nr live hour-. .Northeast K school k.lled in a oiaeliod Ihe day's first he.-id-oii collis-aiii it', Ii e-r ar and ;-.m inciiminu i.'iuht.-i at :ne Port- a semiha-ler iiack ie-s 2f; and. Maine municipal airport be- miles aw.iy from Iho oilu-r aiei- ol ke on Ilir runuiys. scene Some bus schedules m Mair.e Knur deaf nuile.-. (r.nej'ng from.v.eie (or about three Michigan lo Tn'edn io in a hours. A Greyhound bus en route basketball gam- were k I'.ed when I ruin New York City to Albany llii'ir car skidderl acrn-s liie icy Toledn [lelroi! FApre.s--.viy near Toledo and slammed jnlo due-' tor Ii ailer in the npixi-ite lane ur.dei in incho- -kiddcd a traffic mall on the STOK.M. Pg. 3-A. Col. 8 which lene teenager is a miser wiih his lar building with its my- derlakin, allowance when a charitable cause riad of Ixniihs and the women's lene at slake... scribed the reception to the pro- "1 ihink the thing the lei Proof of this statement as "fanlalmlmis." M r s. alxiul is Ihat it has with the some 10.000 .innior and Hichardson is setrelary senior high school students and   -in! ;n a Old Coins Stolen Here Ir bclii M d (l'11-re uiien heavy SIIIIM- nit ah- 1 Piaties wore e-tei. I-'OE: ?hu! national Aa nnrt ai j f-ir f.-ve hour- Tu, vamping of taiiff laws, advances 11 kills wei dimes and quarters, paying lor from cuslody. Ihe Konmlaiion ;y WHITM-'.Y SHOKMAKKK iv.ie throuiih Monday afienionn. COI.l'MRCS. Ohio "i civil nshl.-. education and mod- Maine. Municipal Shnilly iK'lore Ins loiniui; wasideni Kennniy said Saturday niuhl c.ue. nf ir-p on ihe rur.M.ivs ;i "'announced, were puh-itbe Wesiern alliance i.- sailing allempl lo bring thai he -irnnfiiy while Ihe ln die l.vyoar-oh! pruh jinsuurlion from Husk for dcalmslbloi- has lo crack ll'lr- :1 Merlin isolated in :i h> variir.is eniei venues which "The past IU monlhs has seen "arrested" one yci'.ilh cn.inithl arise in the li.iuie in Her- tht. ol ihe 'iiitu of the ('iinimmiist enipire." rival schools even to determine w could bash in (he side of a An estimated in old coins reiv.ii'ert mi--iiic from the SixnUnc Goons Store, I'nie S: a front door das? wa- broken about HI Hix-b- '-yt m Saturday. in.ei- owner, said i'iry'-Viii'' llu' wero a Pniti.inii. ".is not lucked. A portion of 'Cause liie missing coin- we.'e envered bv Vouih "Arresleil" ulr land." Kennedy s.nd. nv.i-l coniimic lo llie enie: anil i as I hey strive for eeniHimic uulciH-nd .Meanwin'e. a new -lorm !i in ihe [Jakoias ci'iisin-.1 severe Wizard i-i ihe -u-sc'ii half 'I'.i la-in st-ie Tiie Pyesiilont kickina off p the privilege of releasing Iheir bnildinr; with its lineup of local, pent up vitamins. enlerlainment. For two bits a scholar ro-.ilii; Tor as much as bailing an eye.: take his choice of smackins hisia seventh grader or a "favorile" le.'icher in (lie fa re, could have been thrown Miind the carnival for driv.iig'li''- with a cream pie. smash in Ihe'bars until someone bailed him oul Io" -lames lloberl Ball ol Clay and Husk baxe de-Kennedy tnid a side or top of a car willi a by Fording llie TAP killv. Wylie High School was presented'ir.ed any dillerciKO lu-iween them- baiiifiiel 1< pound hammer. Mrs. Maureen Ricliardson. ori-.w lluvsl of Ihe Abi- -elves. Bui (here appear-: io be Kennedv flew in I rum divorced or see a marriage conn- ginalor of Ihe leer, feslivities. de- 'CIU1 T'nlicc Flepl. for lienii; Ihemo doubt thai Clay is deeply con- selor concerning his or her love worker slill maintained that driver nailed by police dur- cerned over the anicc.m of lime life, or have his nortrnil drawn, yoinhs were "very well behaved the nishl. jrectnned lo get ii-uni Wash- ih of r v II even cost a hndy (o rest his! Miss ffny recorded Ihe events' tine ol the mosl popular after an cmergeiiry arises. -Hi'iii'vi-rs MV "lc weary bones on comforlable of the carnival on color film toltures nf Ihe carnival was I h i-'1'1' lllp miinarj chief'" iincinng -islapc show in which Abilciie-luised'on Ihe scpne, M.ij. Allied 'ho j U'i-Uedm-Mlay. declared. ien.erlaiiunem groups save II, must have Ihe author- exasperaled will, inc Iwilli "Hie of ilieir vocailily lo react when eonddimis re- "m'n Io SlTrv and inslnimeiital talents. quire a speedy l.ommum-1 ,mnl Husk and Clay appeareil 'o- aiul after their stalled !n nuue ay was asked is- pre --------------------------.....__ __ _________________ FIVE SERIOUSLY H U RT M.-il'lvivs .'old Abilene police thai lince men in Iheir il :n ihe store Friday ni-.-h! h-nking a! all Ihe coins. They asked questions coin- and slated the miiuiml- ni- allllivers.i NEAR CLYDE One Hurt in I WO m Crash liicliulcd in the parade nf per-1 were the Abilene High, a nirls" sestet ni'w in nnrih-iT. M-, 'n ir.n Cold we.ith.c: 'n-.i-y uai in addeii lii.it '''re to nf -i thai A lui-iiie-s l .-lied a -jiil. inj-nv-d tn lin-.i- OMS ?r..ide Iwh-.en: ir-.! M'.- hn-rele-.- al Clf-Uu-u ui n l-'lnrida I'nhie   blankei uneird kiinckiim Ihe siass in overnight. We muM lie the inni' door Apparently noth- nif; lo .seek Ihe lonu-teim solu- Vork ar.r- n-.ns', of N'e'.v in; b-.n Ihe coins was missing. Mnre was huiglarizcd of es- In ilrcaii-r R-.I-HU; a yoar ago. California and e c.nns. any coins at i'iul'.lKir noticed the Saturday mom- to work, and call- One Abileiio man was kilhxi south shoulder of ihe road. Aim- Ihrce were hospilalizod a.s the .sirong .s.-dd. result of an alums: head i lision involving a IIKIO lac and a l-'ord pickup Franklin Ihe '1f( ma Aki" There was no end lo ;ilul ....specially in Ihe advertising1 "j viii-ioiis :iiiriK-iions- i" The pie-lhrmving Ircoll sibly an injured back. Jose -Hi. nf w K h a service i eparlineiil emoltne of DfcW Fm-uuure ?v" drick Memorial Hospital al Saturday.-ample, was bally-lioncd lluisly: :i IIP Mlf.' "l-'ri'sh (Joiu-y f-ie! "ll splallers Ihe lace, "U gum- Ihe hair. "It makes you feel "WAV (H'T TIIKHK Not many Conper Mudenl.s lurn- dnwn Ihe opixirluniiy lo rap a f s. anio lime, he declareiij cnnlfiid- iliru-i is left HI lie done and Ihat I liie nun-linn of liie Icdcral is in sii and resi al J anchor" is wholly wiont i The IVe-idelit tallrtl ftir I ,nf hi- administration's pnrmsals .to make a "year nf ih-s count) y and alno.ul Success, he loU! Oluo Dt-mn- Kive Ilieu- parly Two Perish In Spur Explosion WEATHER p.m. of injuries received in Hie Hondric-k. where his comlition on ihe foreliead wild 'lai accitlciU al Hcndjirk Mem-' repoiled a.s good. IFiH-ris was rejxirled in cream pie, mindful I h e s u, were Ihe samp men who would1 trial were K. Harris. :I7. of good condition at Hondrick admini.su-ring semcslcr 1026 Westview Dr.. manager of morial Hospital n possible inalions wilhin several weeks. American Life ami Acddcni In-back injury. I A booth where leens could dunk surancc Co. here. Willie I.eon; 'Hie oilier two otrnpanta of fellow sindents -in a lank of --i-.ii.ij' Harris, 31. of 1810 Minler l.n aml'Uic Harris car B. Burke, Billy Wnync Akin, 21, of H25 Weslrnorelnnd, field manager Moore, serviceman for IMHV. American Life Accidenf. who was riding in llic-nnd Ihe Hev. Bob Womack, of 302 water for a quarter ed: "Dip a Dope for TAP.' Res pickup by Akin. thrown from Hie liuck when Hie two vehicles collided, aeronlingjiously hurt. paslur of Ihe Trinity N'nz- nrcnc Church were no! ser- (Hi to Highway Patrolman Oscai Burko and Rev, Womnck Arnislrong, who invcMigated the'.c-xamlncd at Ihe Clyde Clinic and irelpascd. Armstrong said that Akin was! l-'jncral arrangemev.ts Var- wcsl and was allemplinn arc landing at Kiker War- make a left turn when his car rcn funeral Home, was In collision wild llie Varfins, who hntl Iwcn employ- MM. by W. L. Harris, (raveling two cars collided M the cd at for alioul six ami n half years, was believed to have rclntlvcs in Mexico. SPVR   Tvvc pei.-ons were bi.rned In d.-alli awl so- nlcnis rioiisly injured Saturday alumi A n.CI, p.m. wlu-n a bniar.e MI tic ,-l-eei in Iho A. II (iierry service sia- 711, Si on A Inch to run nest lion here, cnmilcd uilh visiiiim cmtmicin w'-de'lu-ir Keniiedy flew ihrnugli Ihe i.iin-f.jnners. and Ihe Ixiild- cnis.'m'w -s Wa-hinglon in Cnhnrb-is tn u-is c-iigulfoil in flames a Sinn-a-plale- dinner in- d in Ihe hlazine. build [k't'j lo sinp "Nappy inj when llie loof caved in and (lov. V. I'he killed were A il -UeiP Cheuy. llliio governor was Salnnlay. 'tiunei jt-.d eperatnr nf Ihe si.ilinn. ,u, -I'.MI: Tho I'resiil.-in. by and l.ynn Kidd. lo. son nf Mr. '1'liuvnjnnd ".-ntivr" V" Miunn heavy fog hefoic taking fnnn and Mrs Kidd mthi :v null- was nearly mi hour I'liei ry's Inxly was Inn led in Ihe ;1lul ate in reaching Ohio's capital. uiilMile Ibe .-lalinn by thin! 'legre, e direclly to Ihe Buckeyejlhe force of the blase The Imdy ll'--- au.id.u" AHll t Si.nil ilnl-.l -in. hull Mo'.nl.ij V, MlHlll ITATRU. 1KX1S n of Clifton degree is condition ,1 Dallas Ilirth Surul..> K> tn 51 He has >n ol uip a impo lor sVniimcVisT K Sides. AIIS senior. l r, In-.irly tn pnrtly (ll OVI Ihis year in his role as I HIKM ami ;1 Ih [n krintli. 1KMI-KRUI KIN Elaine Wnltcr is secrc-1 lary treasurer. The AhHoni- wns licnun Ihrce years ago byl sown .sludents. There are now; 40 members who meet mun'.lily. More than 4IK) sludenls fiatn Ihe two Abilene high schools and five junior high schools advertised ji carnival wilh a big parade In dflvvnloH-n Abilene Nadirdny ing. The parade consisted of M- ilenl made floats, decorated curs, on the stale (airgi-nundsiyoung Kidd was found in the do m ilo give DiSallc a two.sl and claim'bris of Ihe deinoli-hed building. year of achievement" for Ir.s. jfirst 12 monilis in nffice. In remarks prepared for the dinner. Kennedy plugged hard Itirl ibis programs lo lend federal -.up-j jimrl foi higher education and loi I link iia-dical care lot llie .igeil tn n.lhe Social Security sysli'm. bicycles and horses. IVurtimtlrr 5 U: U 9 I Uumlilliy 9 Ivm.: 49 rtnl. One hy one IK- ran through whal I he called and oppor-j 1941 (unities" in the fields of uuetn-l Recoirf 11940) ployment, distressed areas, re-1 y bianoi! H All ix'rsons invoiviil in t.he pv Sieuarl, pulled five Itniv, ih.e hiiiMing nf ihe two-pump -t.i'ion He ha- fusi binii- tVlvi- limned :n ll-c liie ami tn-.iU-d al Spur Memnnal lal .foe Kidd. fathei nl tin- de.nl in serious condilnm with second rtegicx- burns. Cecil Caplinger. in serious con- dition with first degree burns. POLL TAX BOX SCORE foil Taxoi Paid Claimed 5.3JO Jon. 31 MUI.HM Salaiiiay I'-.e Spiir 1'iu lii'p.niment ex- l''v wi-.-e takea lo Camp- i-i-'l 1'iir-ci.i1. linau1 in Spur. NEWS_INDEX SECTION A Obiruoiict S Oil newt 10 SECTION B Amulcmcnfi 8 Bridge 8 SECTION C Womcn'i news 1-12 TV, iod.0 logi 11 TV Scout 1 1 Editorial) 4 Dyeii Pit Page 10 SECTION D Sporli 1-4 Form news, mnikoti 9 To Your Good Health 10 Church ncwi 10 Butlneii Outlook .19 I Bwki   

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