Abilene Reporter News, January 12, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 12, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron FINAL HOME Warming 81ST YEAR, NO. 209ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1962—TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS A^$ocinted Press m House Passes Loan Shark Bi AUSTIN <AP' —- A Hmise-passed loan shark regulation bill headed touard the Senate tiMlay House members prepared to tackle the problem of raising $15 million to build farm roads in 1963. propriation of $:t0b,0(Ki to attract tourists arKi $150.0(Ki tor repair of the San .lacinlo monument, and an appropriation to increast the number ot juvenile parole officers. The Senate still must tackle the Wreck Kills 1, Hurts 2 The farm road construction and escheat and loan regulation bills, maintenarR-e bill    <HB2>    by    Rep.    tourist    program,    monument    appro- Grainger Mcllhany will    bi'    first    priât ion    and    juvenile    officer    pro- on the calendar Monday when t»osal. Hou.se members    return    after a weekend recess. The House cleared the loan regulation measure    'HB'H    ol    Hep. Criss Cole of Hou.ston by a 119 2» v-ote Thursday It climaxed two days of debate A major amendment to the loan bill provides for a minimum charge of $4 on a loan of $20 to ST.AMFORI) fR.NSt — A .Stam-$100 in lieu of the 3« per cent an- tord man was killed and two Abi-nual rate of interest set in the bill|tt*nians were hurt in a two-vehi-for such loans. Rep. George Pres- cic smashup on Highway I S. ton of Paris offered the amend- 277 atniut one-half mile insidei ment He said it costs a company Hhe Stamlord city imits alwiut 11, about $4 to maintain a loan of a nr Friday any size.    '    Dead was Tom H Ibu gus, 79. TTie loan hill now goes to the of Stamford vSenate House passage ref)eated. Condition ot the two injuied Abi-similar House action in the    _    identified as .1 L. Geis lature’s regular session last year, j j    -    wa.s not when Cole won acceptance of a    ^    ^ loan regulation bill only to see    Sanitarium A third man die in the Senate.    pickup tru<k. Bob Rev- It «as uwMlain «hat (o,-n, „f    «as    not hospitali/«! farm road bill the House will con-  __________________ Rider Monday The Senate has passed a measure appropriating $15 million for building farm roads in the fiscal year starting Sept. 1, 19fi2. plus *23 million for maintenance Mcllhany’s origirval bill w as identical to the Senate • passeri mcas-lire ‘SBlt by Sen Neville Colson. The House Agriculture Commitlee amended it to raise the maintenance money to $25 million an set a sliding scale for mainten.ince Lower Valley Hit Record Cold t VP Wirrnhotni MtlTHFR HFNRV IN H\RI) MAT . . . building flormitoi'v Nun Is 'Hank' to Men She Supervises on Construction OMAHA Neb .M^ The hard where Mother Henry teaches holds a rating as a third-class en hat says ‘ Hank and Mother Mother Herjiy teiK-hes chcmis- ginicr. Henry, a nun ot the s«K-iety of trv which may not tie d rect;> re She gainwl her rating at Neat- ami funds to increase each vear until Sacred Heart, wears it most lated to constnuiion. tmt si»* also tie VNash , where she t(K>k engi- Hondo 1 Growers Fear for I Citrus Trees Bv THK ASSOCIATE) PKF.SS Hecoifj low tcmpcrature.s hit ■ the semi - tropical Ixjwer Rio (irandc Valley a devastating blow early Friday as the mercury sank ,to 12 (legrtH^ in sort»* sections. Stunneii citrus growers feared the three-days ot sub - freezing weather mnv ha\e sj»*lled the «-nd 'ot the Valley s .sprawling citrus groves .A .similar treeze in 19.il de-stroved an estimated 12 million citrus trees. This was to have been the come-t>a( k y ear tor many citrus growers. Most tendei vegetables were ■killed by the first night of biHer leotd that dropjx'd temperatures ;N*iow zero upstate and w.is blamed for at lea.st 29 death.s. The Wi'.Tthei Bureau termed Brownsville s low ot 19 Friday morning a- the lowest on record III Texas' southernmost -ity ‘)ld-timers howe'ei iwalled 16 degree, on Feb 12. 1899 Oftieial low*^ around the Valley ' early Friday ineludtd Monte Alto and San Juan 12 Fisa 1>. Haiiin-Haymondville 14, Hto I'diiiburg i6, .McAllen 1972    proudly a- she suj>ervise> a hard- Mcllhany said he w<mld call for handwl construction crew • meeting    of    the    committee    at    There m a mutual    admiration lb a m Monday and ask approv-tbetween .Mother Henry and the al of the Senate bill rather than rrew of big men that she ovei try to pas.s n separate hill in the sees House.    The men she    ^ays    have irn If the House accepts the .Se,i.ate pressed her very, very much with farm road bill without amend theif friendiinesv ment, it will    go    to    Gov    Price    Mother Henry,    the men say. is Daniel for veto or sig.iature If a fine .sujx'ivisor. both in know the House passes its own version, ing her job and knowing how to the measure must go bark to the gel good and fast work donu Senate for    approval    Betwe<*n them    they    are build- The Texas Farm Bureau and mg a doi-mitory at I)uche-,iu> < ol-the farm road appropriation \e^e, an Omaha sv'hool for girls passed in the lx*gislature‘.«: first---- — called se.ssion Hr said money for maintenance should be appropriated along with the $15 million originally earmarked for construction. The loan measure is the second of DanieTs maior requests passtMl by the House. The other is an es cheat bill requiring hanking institutions to report money in dor-ment accounts Still faring the House are the farm road bill, reorganization of NEWS INDEX SECTION A Obituaries    ...... Sport»    .... Bu«in««s Outlook ... Bridge SECTION B Women's new* . . Amusement* Editorials ........ Comic*    ,    . Rodio-TV lo9* To Your Good Heoltb TV Report 3 6-7 10 10 2-3 2 4 5 . 9 . 9 9 n<*enng training atter h<*ing giv J7 and Ml- ion IH en the job of .xei'ing that txuiers    Duly about ?o oer cent of Ihe HI a convent operated projierly. V Mey s gi ajveiriut (rup had bt*en in her 4o.*>, .-he |k*ihF )U-l as h.»rv* sU <l i ounty agent A 11 much tin»‘ climbing i.iddeis to Kaithei' >airi if ep|»*ai»Hl graiH*-20 along high beams on in .|iec- ‘*tui stii m theorchaid- w.i- !<•-» tion tripi. a- .^be dm'- .-tudying He aid tbe unpicked grai»elruit blueprints on the ground Df the job >he says Al tfie hc'avy equipment is nothing more than Iomtnnations ot the three simple machines Judied in first, year physics or genera' «cicnce The men have made her tr--'t happy by bringing their children to meet her. Immediate Legal Action Against Slums Promised Fit y Atfy Jehn Davidson said last clip " he >aid He .said the piovisioiis of gin immediately in the city's city s building tcKle wi 1 be ■ stalled drive to ».«»i recl the pi ole torn'd uniturmiy ' and in ail in ^Board of Wafer Engineers, ap- Kriday that legal action will lie M . I n    k«n immediatelv Triolets Born VTTTDDN, France ,AP»—    slum    hou.sing    stancer..    rc'caidlc    of    If»« indi let boys born Thursday to the "My dejiartment is ready fo viduals « luucrned wife of U S Air Force Fajvt Rob go. ” he told a sjiecial meeiinr of The actual filing of a criminal ^ ert Walker of Dallas are rejHuted < ity administrative officials <on-or civil suit by the city wih un    The tai ure to take Ihe c t-es to Walker cernefl "Once we get undei vvay. plug a bottleneck m a program    G has tieen tilameti on the^ vast numt»ei .u othei leg.»! mat zeio weatra wa.s ‘ Irozen hard as a rotk ” Karchcr est»o.ate«i that 7o j»*r ■cni o( the orange crop had lK*en gatherevi Vlt! ■uUute Fumm ssiont*!' John White rusht’d his mspt'Ctor'- o the Rio «iiande Valiev te -turvey the situation Ar»ouf live or -¡x m ' <citi Iha* s of fruit were in the tieid and '' of it i- frozen ’ White said ‘ If we have a quick thaw ail will he ruined If there is a slow thaw, some of . may be -alvaged " White -a'd the ve,.etabU ;-ilua lion u bie.ik ■■(>ur tiesi nioimation n- that all the vc,.e' Jiles down there arc gone he - d OjM*n gas heaters weie blamed fol two dr M‘ - at (n.iJlLC rtu- VR urns w«*rc the Rev N Vy Whde. *ert M Tinstman in (Ktoher, 78, retiiod »uj-tui ot an Orange A large numU'f of corre» tion Methodist chuii h and Mrs Susan ».fii-drders have bc-en served on ti'n Hh»»<h*-. 91 In iioth ca>»‘s. they i)t ants or landlord- m ju.st rnonth.s b.». ke<i indi ojm-ii he 'ers an*i .» but the n»ces--aîy coí; iriM*m a*-, their viothe »    ti    e    cii.aigeui l;t*n has l»ecn lacking to f.»iae had a low reading »»f la 1***1 I raiay inca iun-Eis»*wh**i*‘ *iv*'i "■« stale it Wit ri'S    ro    BE <M 'I'MOORS .XíIAIV - ( hasiníj tht ir shadows for the first tune 111 two 01 three das expre sed the joy .Abilene voungsters felt over the liegiiinuig of the end of .Abilene's .Art it weather .lirn S». hanbacher deft) and Hoy Golfín had endureii about all the b ing cooped up thev ■ ould stand. Jim IS the son uf Mr and .Mr. (V L Shiilev of 31*2.5 S 11th St and Roy is the son of Mr and Mrs I) H, Golfm of *iU38 S Hth St Both are fifth graders at Crockett Elenientarv .ScIhm-I staff Photo b> .Hniiny Farsonsj C-C Board Told Hospital Needed doing well in incubafors 18 a helicopter pilot we want to keep it moving at a oidcred t»y tjfy VFuuigii Hob No 'Marriage Fitness'Test Means Part of Estate Lost Icrs nti*ding atleiiUon Davidson said the initial legal atlai'k will iH’ian Monday with the .'-issembly »»1 evidente ne<e> s.try f*»r atlic»u tudaie a Distra-* ( ourl -ceking to demolish a h. .* itrdc.i. b.akbiig near the dt wir ftiwn area ! At the same lime he ^aui oth Hv BOH HHl I f Reparler New«, .Slalf Wilier VbiieiM iu‘»*il.-- .iiiothcr hc.pd at IcarU i:ULj,f(j q/,    .u po--,iblt .1 D Peny .b ■ n of do- Fh,antic; »»■ m*c-e 11 ■--pit.'’    n."It ( -( tM‘ ‘nl me nbe- -. Ft ; l.>. Such a fiRiliu ^».uid !h-I with    dition    K»    Ihe 84 >a vt    in ; ts- 1 ejM.i tiiig    prov id'Xf    by    H**r it -    k    Mcnu't H»c',)il,    .    lit“'    A:( OttiCL    'I’W    tei    i*e'iiip- a. i.|    |ii**l**<l    m    U;î- ainimt-r    »,    ! **,.' ]■ tnl    .Junction    1    »(«•git'e    Icxaikaiia    '> ‘    -I 4, Midland s 1 .it>'>4>k :S n An 'Hu' !•*.. .»I \»>icti to '*!■' toiiKj in ^an Vngeio Î1. D.Jb »rt ad c<..int > tdi i >u. < h.ur ( ». n * b 111 ill , J Ofat'iis .    ■    H.tpir.f    Melb » ,■* ^t Oi    s    ha:-    prav    iuc»! I nr I ; -i n,o'-> econoir al nul ■*! ict;-. ..i t.icility ava:bit)le W I» ‘ !cna.»=i Sunshine, Warmup Welcomed Vhilenians weirrvmed rapirTiy A c nung tcmj»*raiure?: Friday and \N right >u; ge '»‘d ih.a vt I'herms-n indicate    fair and of tij» I hur h Of 1 hi -! m.jch w iimci weF^end is ahead. t. (ttiUac'fHl t,, Jctermíiit the ; inu cu n aiiotn**! bo>jiit »1 'U See BO\Rll,    H \, ( oi 6 1 li and Biowi'w -i Audin W.K»; D and Vhiie-'» 14 . .Skit"- wert* t , uvei tile enf *• I‘2 SANTA BARBARA Falif »Api —Kenneth Kelley's getting married in April—protiably without taking the "maiTiage ‘fitness’ te.sts ordered in his heredity-i »»n-•cious father’s will The Air Force lienienant and his fiancee, Susan .Miles, are willing but there is con ad**! able doubt Ihe tests will l>e rea»ly They are yet to be prepared by scientists "We’ll go ahead and get married anyway," says Su.san 19, the daughter of Mr atui Mrs Francis E. Miles of Rancho Fordova, Calif. Unanswered wa.s ihe question of whether Kenneth, 21, will lose much of his share ol his f.»thei i* $175Jkki estate if he mames l«e fore the lest.s have tM*«*n formulated Dr. Erie Gardner of Jsyiacu.se University, head ol a commillce of icientists nameti to conduct the tests, says "Kciinelh will get a substantial inhentaiue anyway, set up two whether lie takes the tests or not. m his will - The trust fund he will get if he takes the te.sl is a small t>ut centive reward ’ Exact terms ol the He iuni;.-l    t W, t Vi:...' ‘‘I ’ e • V f .1 itc. .10 i Ui »I .    *1    id" 0 *■- , I h» aiu I * B<t.Cfi IlU'ii; HTS dt u! then I , .iic Oil* c;; .MOM ot 1 <■ »I'.i    ■ ifu H |«0 c t p.- ■    ' Ih: (■<> b, î.iC;!. f': •»" jK‘! .. most he -.aii t 4 Til* . iccrnc’e 4 Vt IM ^ WEATHER ot e »H I VII SI u| ( 0\| Vir K» I wI VIHI h HI e.i VI VVTKinrr >iiitu !**«?    4 V> *    DIM    V    4 10 *1 vo'ii lie    .»;    !■ htUv b •    ‘ TIh pli -en* rii-ed bed t L-i: JIUI ck:ty r.-'eJ-\ C-    •:! Cl pajH'rwork w;    .    Iw    nitiatiHl    U«*athet Hu e.,u 'cl again.st tenants or landlonls who hkhI»*: anon ol ti ri iK i have Ignored refiealed oiiters to continue thiuugti >aturday Ihe correct violations    o(    the    budduig    bureau .sa-d. h<iA*‘\* i    jiKithei coiie as It afiplies lo lesidences li«*e/e was in j)io.'|>*'t foi Tlu-se la-es wil    lie    tiled m For    o\ tlw    state Friday night    Hie    -inC’e.    hj IMiralion ( ourt ioi the mor.l part ^^iiny wc.»thei returnevl as nu    b>ui    . iiu.id Duufsnn siul    menHls    - hooh rem.:'lie<l < ;o »ihe Vhio'ue \v t’ I ÍM.,,ds„„"..,ul tl,. l..«al „on ."«» -■*‘■'■‘I    '■ I,».    JuK'd    natui ui I’as pM'ssuie    ao»t    Ii loo t!    »    .    'v    a brok»*n water l.n**s "iruggasi b.t k tu*d- . ’ 1 b’. ''do r-In luini’ »1    have    n    -* o ■»» d ' s.n,t    p* • V major breai- m the lout -n i Pecv »»n liuUJ to** fimii The city ailorney told Um* meet    j    at    ..v n 1 h i.ee» »m ♦ n- ; mg ot city otlicial.s he ha- detinue    (Vntia!    le^.-    towns    on )« Uml ( »»i: ara» ' »>o    *    v    tM.nd idear, on what n. iiec**.ssary lor a    suj»p a- ihe m. .»k l ao* He -aid ^his Ideas are ba:-e»l ^.^^,^^, on his exjHTieiue in a similar program he directt*ti m Dalla.*- for 1.1 til l»4\ .<) vMJ’h ,1 ' I hui ii 11 viei I! M I Ki *> Jibanes ot the piogtan; will handl»*d t»y himself and an as.'-i -i ant l.«*s F(M'hran b\ «»e Wirruhot«! I.T. KFSA'FTH KF.I I.FY . . , wdling h lest ready . Ve Wir,-i>liulMi .SI .SAN Mll.FS . . April wedding almost four years He asktxl ins|Mi*<*hM s t»i take ptui lographs, make notes of sjM*< ifit 'violations and grther thorough Utata concerning eaih sjieeita vio ' lalion lo tM alleged in tin* legal actmn During the mcetmg. Tmslinan ga.» -sujip >♦*' ihe to* cause«! m hoob- t»> ri'main » i»> ■ m Fampasas Burnet. Freden, kr hurt’ Martile Fall .md Hertiaii oiltiM« I M«:    ilh    .a    tv    lie    »J. a. Hurr lilt. Fhiet Meic»Mu!o2ist F F Sitfh-1«    >!    th«'    Vb..rne W .ithcr Bureau '».e. I bjif-,.st which call? for i r *n '■-■nL *emperatures tl'itiich ■•ttuiday with a picdicted b ' fi f Mtl.iy ot ■>«» 29 degrees vvarnH*! than IhurMlay» high of Th»* pte«lit*ed ove-nigh* low is ht U' aiourid 25 with a high Sat-unfay tn the i«»w 5os Thursday « overnight lew was :4 f^igbtv on»' sfne.’ht hours of suH-fMr/ing rcadtngs ended at 11 a n\. Frulay when the temperafurt .strug2i*‘d up lo 33 The last 33 reading »» curred at 1 a m Tues-da> Bv 2 .» th that date th« mncuiy h.ul hi! Ml flu* warniuj) started curt ii!-mcni of the Us«' »2 natural gas by Vbii« ii«‘ s c 4 induslrial frmi was lift»*«! at 2 Hi p m Thursday, by VV M H: ay mei Ume St«r iias Fo ilis'rict mauager I yi e l.ak«' had a cru.st of i»'« estmirt!«*»! Item one-half to an iiu h in thukip'-.s Friday (i!**n Rose 2 irtb ^ w«*st ot Fb* bunu* w.»*- wdhoul gas toi he.a liig pui|x»se tM'cause »>1 th* t(i*'.»K Unie St.u ti.»' -aid it ho}>«‘«i U» have serv u e resloie l diu inv tiu* (fay lo it> '>*i2 Gl«*n Kose cu-tom ers .Sub tre«*ziiig w e a i h »■ r w.. told l)..vi.ls..ll Ih,    r-ii    hiamwl    i.)dii«t;N    lo,    the    d.v.ltis provide tbe basi.s for as many $40,000 Cotton Fire at Roscoe eugenics trust tuiids " Di    Keiley s widow    eommeiitiHl “We    p.iy so much    atleiUion lo His two sons Kenneth and Ka our pri/e cattle but we luiveiiT iii.'loii, Wiiuld share in one ot the p.iitl ttm rmuh atf»*iitiori to the trusts on Ihe liasis ol iht ii s.dies huin.m la««- " h«*«iuest    in    mental    ptiyMcai iharacter    tests Di    Gariinei says    he nn » uie have been withheld i»*niiing    pro-    to    be    taken tiy them and    their just    wh<*n tht' woik    «»t fiitmulal- bate ot the will ot Dr Truman bride.s    mg the tests will get undei way I>ee Kelley, who died May 2 But    The olh»*i tru.st was to finaiue Mrs Kelley said Kalon 24 now this much is known- Di Kelley, See Sl.l 'VS, Pg. ft-A, Fid 3 «o-ajthor of the .Stanford Achieve- an educaliuiial campaign to im- a: the .Massachusetts Institute of prove the human race by selec- 'Icdmology, is willing fo take the, m«nt Tests and a turn t>eliever live hreedmg    tests    hut    has    no    imii»*diale    plans, b wltcuvf breeding tot humans. I At the time the will was ft ltd, dot matriag«.    I POLL TAX BOX SCORE Pell To*«* Poit    3,*t7 E*«mptiou* Cte»m«d    2,S6l Totot*    6,1 B$ 1961 Poll*, Eicmptt    16,196 Rccor«! (1960) ....    24,S13 Deedlin«  Jen 31 ot SIX chiUin'ii at HousUh) Due small Ixiy dunt of frostbite and five other clii!di«‘ii dusf »*! iMdii 'chial piH uiiionia rh« c o u ii t y ineihca: ex.uime» ^.iid Hu* JeOf's re-.uHcd from l.t k ot pidjs'; horn«' heating equii'in« nt Dtficials al Foil Worth e«f »laiiia.ges ruiiiiiug nto ituius aiids of dollars to A.neets and r»»ads tumi the hanl tre«/e 'Die boil Worth water »ystem w.»s hard hit by iiumeious breaks m walei lines. ttDSFDF HNS' -- V tiir ol unknown »m..'in vitUscil an estiiiKileti s4ii uni ln-.s ,i- ,i r»m .suini-ti 2 <»l b.iU-- ut I.' '»I! Ill e -liM.îg» .»id heie eauy bnday s«ti»u» 1 .*>0 I'lia s 01 iolion gini < tl i’ IkilllU'i *- » o ep ».III li . i licrll B»»y« Flub b.iM'i ...I p.uK Fili-inen w« »■ e til ».ive I. Ill -'41 oi ttiem i the e was ilt.M »»V «'1 eU    15 am Husc»>e .uluiiluT tiieiiMUl and du u two puiiqver triuks w«'i«' aide«l by »'tuet "i»i »io.«»* ill cimtiolhng tfu- bla/e ;»n«l j>ieventing an even gre,»ler loss, according to biit* Flnet W, H. Fulter, Thev bat'led the hia/e until 4 4.v a m leje- mg t unit amf vjine tiiemen standing hy la (. -r till 1.1 e eiup'iS again Die tue li.ghi,ei>. weie hainpeted bv 16-d«fr-.l!«!’ \«i.»';>»'! vvtut'f:    m*îÎM l!!r I'viiranfS ■f    q>    Dtu't    tilt    . ne- <*ouki !h* h«K>Ked ’h<* tîghtin.. joined ef!'‘»ti\e tiui iiKüi.íiieí F K W.,..-- itub* »led that ■Iw . au-e ot I ’»* t tiH*n.>iVe blaZC Wa» not kni'Wii \o a<t».iitii;:-t. tiuut'ie i.s mtu ipafed unless there ¡s a -b tt »n ttie wiiia trum west 16 north, tueiuen uHlicaied. ;

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