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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 16, 1962, Abilene, Texas ®í)í Obtiene Importer 'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byronfamati 81ST YEAR, NO. 213ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JANU.ARY 16, 1962—EIGHTEEN PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Aasncinted Press (Æ*) Congo Soldiers Kill Missionaries MRS. KATHERINK JACOB . facing obs«*ene movie charge POLICE CAPT. L. A. MARTIN IDENTIFIES FILM . . . canister containing film is at lower right Censor Jury Seeing Film By BIIJ. McAOA Reporl«r-News Staff Writer the film failed. She objected tolcent Drive-In Theater where the introduction of the film into evi-jfUoi was being shown. Jurors in the city s first movit    contending    that    police    of-j    Judge    W    il.son    excu."ed    the    ju 18 Bodies Recovered Al Kongolo LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo lApi—F'.ighteen Roman Catholic missionancs were killed by Congo-le.se soldiers at Kongolo in north Katanga on Jan. l, church authorities reported today. .A dispatch from an A.ssocialed Press correspondent at Bukavu, a Kivu Province town 225 milfs northeast of Kongolo, said missionaries who escaped the miis-sacre re|x»rted the violence to the bishop at Rukavu, 'Fhe identity and nationality of! the victims were not given, but they were reported to be mem-h«»‘s of the Congregation of the Holy Ghost Fathers. Belgian and Dutch priests were believed lo be aong the victims among the victims. The bodies of the 18 were recovered, the dispatch said. Another missionary was taken away and has not been heard from. The report to the bishop said Inxips of the Congo central government attacked missionaries living near Kongolo, beat them torneys. City Commissioner Wiley and then killed them. Connally, and two other defend-' While this report named the ants in companion cases, theater troops os part of the central gov- Maff phato bv Hrnrv Wottf Jr. JOK I). PRIPK . . . complaining witness had H megauy Dec. ecution witnesses in Corporation    ^    the reason for Mrs. Tarpley's ob- fourt Tuesd.n.v morning, then ad-;/    >*«■    jeclK.n. journed to reconvene for an aft-|® t*'    .    -    , Alter extracting from Capt. ernoon showing of the offending Corpoiation    Mart the fact that he did not “Not Tonight. Henry!*’ V5ilson overruled Mrs. Tarp^ey rors from the jury box lo hear manager Duane Gales, and tick- ernment command, other accounts DKivie, ____  . The movie - de.scnbed by objection after tity Atty. prosecution witnesses “suggestive,” “obsc —,    —    ,    , • immoral” - was to be shown of the projectionist. ..    iUegaUy    and without due process case. 100 was m hts possession. Davidson ^    ^    u .j .u    r ot law.    Also    charged    with    the    same    of et seller. .Mrs. Nina Braddock. have said soldiers operating in thC' Trial of the case against Mrs. »*^oa are loyal to lefti.st Antoinej Jacob came after Judge Wilson Cizenga's collapsing rebel regime; overruled a defense motion to    Stanleyville, quash the complaints Monday. In    Actually, the    loyalty of tliese (\P Wlrrpbot«» 4TH INFANTRY TROOPS I NI.OAD IN GERMANY . . . f irst of fi.OOO due ----------- ,    ,    .    ....    'forms    when    he    made    the    arrest    of    overruling    the    motion.    Judge Wil- undisciplined troops long has bc-eii esses as “lewd,“.David.son {»intedou that no war-.projectionist. Mrs. Tarpley.son said the jury would determine'm question. The central govern-“obscene,” and rants were needtnl for the arjesttaken both the fads and the law in the naent has never held more than nominal control over them. President .Moise T.shombe of Ka- The unique trial is being heard Tense as that against .Mrs. Jat ob, tanga reiKirted on Jan. 1 that his forces had abandoned Kongolo at the Palace Theater in tlie block of Che.slnul St. with a police ofbcer as projectionist.    .    .1    ®    paiiel    of    six    men selected Gates and Mrs Braddock is Solon j u ♦    i    u    ii    na The umque Inal ,s exp.Tted to ms q^M.m.nc o p.os<K-u.,on o 1-;    ^    ,,™jeclion,.sl.    "'f 1» conclude,! Tuesday afternoon ness Poliee l apt. L. ^ \t.u1m,i    „pposins    attorneys    had’    pr„,e,u,ion    of    the-e    cases    “"‘I    "R Late Tuesday morning, an ef- the officer who arrested the de-’    Hiffir-uifv    An    mrv-    Prosecution ot the.e cases us,villages    a.s they advanced on the fort by defense .Atty. Beverly fendanl. Mr.s. Katherine Jacob.agreeing on Jury exjx ted to depend heav ily on the iowai. Tarpley to head off showing of .Mrs. .Jacob is owner of the Cres Crowds Causing 'Tougher' Policy I no difficulty mtmbership. The first prosecution I was callcHi at 10.10 a.m. He w as Thomas Named Coach at H-SU Jack Thomas, until ret t-ntly line coach at Texas A&.M College, was . «■ irw -    oi    Jac-    Tshombe    claimed    that the m-    Tuesday    morning to the ^ witness opposing attorneys said. vading troops were under the or-dual iKisition of head coach and g Named to the jury were John tiers of tlx* Central Congo ¿ov- othK’tic director for Hardin-Sim- 95 KILLED IN CHICAGO By BILL .MeADA Rf porter-.News Stall Writer Police Chief Warren Dudsuii will Chief have ‘ Dodson .said he dfiesn’t’ any real good thoughts,” on the subjtx'l, but said he would welconu* Boy, 13, Says He Set School Fire B.1I Morph,■», 1,01 K m«ood Dr., Sickles, 1425 C«lar Crest ; „„mem m l^opoldville, but re-."'™'< Cn.versity, an Abilene a«»“"'»"-    ,.S.    A,    Bacon.    .542    ColleRe    Dr.;    Uo    ports since have mdicatwl that Thomas was named to 'ho fwsl Morphew to d the jury that tlw „^,.ndon, 520 K N 21st St.: Cole- they were local lo pro.Commumst''’y 'he escculivr committee of the film m    ApjHtaed to    Sparks.    5;tl9    DuranRo .St.: ix-puiv frem.er Amome GízeuRa,¡H'Sl' Board of Trustees, after ,t depraved thought and exotic de-    „3.    ,,„„,j;r.>eeive<i    the    unanimous    reeom- ...    _    .    iJ.    T.    Weed.    3233    S.    13lh    St.    .arrest m .Stanleyville .Sunday, . mend.al ion of the university s .ath- The second witness, Garvin__     :_ .    ;ietic    couihíI.    marie    up    of    the trus- Bcauchamp, dean of students at ____         ,tt‘es    athletic eommiltt'e, faculty athletic committee and administrative officers of the university. The council reached its de<*i:;ion at tfie conclur.ion of a marathon se*-Mon which startci! .shortly id-T no<,n Monday and lasted deep into Monday niehi I lA'roy Jenning -. chairman of the 'trustees’ athi*'tr‘ --ommitttr. rub-jniitlcd the «ihleti- council’s ree-iommendatioii to the Board of Trustee executive commit le.’ Tin- day murnin-* Thomas will lake up hir. dulie , irninediately He was cho-cn from a field of !Abilene Christian College and a, member of the movie Review I Board, testified the film show ed ;nude women in various scenes. “This film wouldn’t raise the moral character ot anyone who .    ,    .    .    .    ,L,,,had seen it,” he testified. *T have be asktxl to direct his officers to 'V' • , f    'never    seen    a    movie as obscene as gtd tough on the idle curiou.s who    Ithis” often    iWMiously hamix'r emergciuy    “Dus    is    one    of the    greatest; Under defense examination, work    in the critical    minutes    im-    problems lacing    us right    now,”    he’Ream.hamp admitted he was a n-iíMüaudv followinc an act ol vio-    that    handling theimembcr of the City Commission j    r»«i    c    »    .    i    .    i    u    . meviiauly lollow.ng    o    accident I which drew up a previous and'    f Citv M in iecr Robert M Tinst-ur lire i.s sometimes more diffi-controversial movie cen.sorship or- J    f    ó    floor mm    d^uitd by^    ‘•'"rf lhat he had great    Ki.v has made a    Brown    said    his    teacher, man. (listuitMd ny ini atiions oi    m    ,»«    Biat    he    set    the    Our    Lady    .Miss    Pearl Tn.rtano. told him Jie cili/ens who jammed around a    Distaslclul    Job    imtre.M    in    us passage.    \nue!s School fire that did not rememfier wha» had h in-    .    i    . drowning scene Friday night, said The |K.licy .suggested by    95    txrsons in 1958    f>eiud    before    the    Lames    swept    , he plans to dix-u.ss such a il.rtv man drew praise Irorn vanous n thM    Bomb    through    the    buiiriinu    t    \ t.ve with i hief piHlsun as mhih enurgency workers all hum ^ ^    'tiK    ^    n    u .pp . sit down and t.ilk it say they favor whatever action    O.a m an Joe D meni is Innng checkvxf The boy’s at 2 42 p.m.    u    ,    h»    w    •    und    t    c    lui ................-Si's,Sir “ “'"'■‘‘'"‘■GTidT “h. Xpbmu;r«4.^^^    -'v',-'n •I iillicvis .should use force ''»!'' the jury he IhouRht the Him In the stuteinenl. the t»y wud    ‘»      |'üil"u,:¡' difcotur ,I\IK 1HOMA.9 toniwrlv of Trvas AAM U.S. Troops Airlifted To Germany FRANKFURT. Germany CAP) —The first elements ot an .Xrmy Lorce ot k.tXKi men arrived here Tom the United States today to test .American ability lo airlift troops abroad in a hurry. A CLio transport carrying 72 officers and men of the 4lh Infantry Division touched down at sprawling Rhine-Mvtin base after a nonstop polar flight from McChord b.i e in Washington. The o|x‘rat!on hiis been nick-namwf “Long Thrust II ’ Lt Col, James Gr'msley. 40, of Florence, Si' , divisions operations officer, headed the first 18 officers and 54 men who arnvtxi by way of Greenland on a fUght !of 10 hours. 7 minute.s. DRIVER BURNED as we can over." Woman Tries To Hang Sell In Jail (ell whenever the nature ol the emer-i''’^^ obscene ”lt was by far the he tos.vcd lighted matches into a "cncy demands It ” Tin.stman said    revealing    motion    picture    LcardfMiard    waste    barrel    near    a lie «us shaipiy crmcul of citizensi'»'»''*    staii»ell    ui    the    liusemem    of    ttu- «1.0 "quuiterhuck or try to .set-    '»“’•P'«“*’ ond guess the work lH*ing done.” told He told Mrs. Tarpley neither AN est Side .school he nor his board had askixl Mrs The flames roared up to the .Jacob for a .s|>ecial screening ol second fliHir ol the 2 ^tory struc-“Nol Tonight, Henry!” when itjtuie, bringing death to 92 children was formally scheduled on a file and 3 nun.s in one of the worst in the City Secretary’s ofiice.jdisasters in Chicago's hi.story lo'r' ih..' '„«iphCuiVumxT m'arou^^^^    Sri    .    ,    , were not tiled in the required the iiivestigatum from the tim» ■ riio.sc men are trained lo do a )ob. Init it is difficult or imjKis-sible to do It protHTly and effectively when they can hardly move; ei’" who were led to siti'ty when f.aines .swept fhrouKh the second floor ot the .school In his stateniont. the boy of being hurled from a f»y h's leachcr--but the coi'ti.idictcd th.if point, Sía led her pui-'ds to .«-'ety. Lt V ietor Witl ol the Cicero ¡xi-lue dt scribed the Uiv ar .m “an Cenli’fl T.'x.e, repiaci" better’ H athlotu Heater Explodes On School Bus Itrul Howar’il Me* ho .noy un -d itG them,” he said. An 18-vear • old Massachusetts He advised citizens to .stay away woman arrested on drunk from the seen** ol an emergency j charR„, «,-nt IwiM'i k m h.T jiul und lut Ihn .«-«s nu-ilia k.-t-p thom||'‘»"    '    .. tell Tuesday morning and re- informed. quiied a strait jacket Ix'fore she “'rhis information will bt* more w as subdued, {xil ice said    j    complete and far more accurate Officers sard the attractive bru- than the citizen euuld ever hiq>e nette ti u*ii lo hang herself w ith to gain by butting in at the scene,” the elastic from her underi loth- he .said Ing after she had i ip|)cd off most    liniderod Resiur Try of her clothing in her jail cell Tinstman .said he ha.s lalktxl A physician had to l>e called vijih Fire Chief D C .Mu.sitk and Iwice to administer’ sedatives to .Sec CUOWIKS, Pg. 6 A, Col. I Bru«n, «ho ixuiK'.patud m    'oukuiR’ yuuR.t.u «UI dr.hwaler blond hair. Ho';, a vfiy calm, wellman ricred kid” tiu lieutoiuoit said ' He kind ui .srnaii fur his ace ’ I the raging woman, officer - said She was lMM»k<*d on inveligation of in.sanity, investigation ot nai--colics addiction and drunk in a public place Con.sidiU’.ibly ealm-ed she was l«*ing questioned by¡ detectives Tuesday morning. She told officer.H she had lieen in Abilene about two months A 38-year old civilian pilot with a California airlines company was arrested with her and charged with Imng drunk in public. He wa.s being held fur question-iiig by detectives. NEWS INDEX SICTION A Amutemtntt .  ..... 6 Sporft       8,9 Obituaries    ....    10 SECTION 8 Editoriols    ....... .    2 Women’s news .....  .    3 Comics       4 Rodio-TV logs .....  7 TV Report    ...    7 To Your Good Heolth ..    8 Bridfo .  .......  f Uimc.    the tlame.s were    (juenched.    said He .said    that    in his    opinion    the    the point    of origin in    the slate- film    was    obscene ’’becau.se itiment jilH*s    with    his tindmgs But. he added, the rest of the ed his opinion to ba.se the sex|statement is bt'ing checked ixunt angle "on how the matter is han-|fjy iniint dU‘d.”    I In the .statement, the tioy said Pride .said    he missetl nine pre-jhe set    the    hla/e    liecause he    h.ited vious    showings “because I was school    and    liked    lo hear the    jxiund down with the virus”    ,ol fue engine sirens The    final    pro.secutioii witness The    Iniv    was    m the lifth    gi.ide was Officer Shelby Fancher who of Our Latly ol the .Angel.s ScIukJ testifuHl that the movie in «jues- at ttie time oi the fire He now tion t»eari    the    seal of    the Pi’iMtuc    is m the    eighth    grade    in a    west tion C(Kle    of    Motion    Picture    .As-    sufiurtian    school, sot'iafion of America.    i Capt Chn.s Rooney ol tlu ^ Fancher. who works parttime ero txilice .said the fxiy was under wia,..*. I’lv us projectionist at the Palace TIh' ;investig.ition in connection with a ^ aler, said he had previewed thei.series of .small tires in apartment movie last Friday in showing itibuildmg hallways when it was to various prosecution officials.lieariuHl that he had attcndtd Dur^ He {la.ssed no opinion on the film's Lady of the Angels Schisil at the contents.    time of the disaster on Ik”, I. WEATHER ............... .    h    .. window I,Both l -iltult tc.icher Mc( hesiiev rc .r;ne<l tht ii n |u : t)ve [MiMtion n l^ i t-nil-H i High Hc( oniineiiit.ituiii" T lom i" comes to H ” hi h'v ''*‘" it 4 -m rii'tuh'I L.tul Dte'/el <»i ;!»■ i Gnu '.ina tate I 'hv«‘I who reteiu!> re ,ned Ut J”* duties there lo take the h c a d (oachin- -»b d \rm> had the toLowii»., lo .ay about the new Cownav mentor    ,    , ol »lift .t -otHl d i!,:ht call He th-it i! h.is U'on oup p'e-isur know He r a verv enlighten» 1 [htmmi and one who ha:- no *.e.f babit 1 th rik that every pri They h*'ad- NM)FR RN ' — Hie heater land Jimmy McMulLni. 10 Ik mileibu- cxplc.l 'reqwi ed onlv tu t aid Mow'i ‘0    '(..n-    I    HI-    ' Di M -'»I. nd he'w.e the las t    twur    off P-c    -a.. <    -J    * i d-'Ul 9    triU- i    o’ ol N.. • ,    „    4,    lu-’f”    F I'»»    h‘    -d’’Ut 7    o’    am 4    I S High- tuur youi;^    bay-    way    k.-i oil    th*    eaCv ned    he    run    l -» pu k    u»>    -.Uiicids when the . ‘ at an filled the inclue m uied. 1/« I laler Bu invet H » ,dso Hermk’if'h w !*»nilent. re c ved 1» e. . V burn ..ii j>art of hi.s N..IU» remained ho ' »iii t-» pu k u 'Pu* -iî tv    '    e\|    :■ d M . 'jn, w'o fiorii par* ot 'uc »»a:    .M:»->on    and the boys started jumping trom the t and .AAuiu' " '*hi'ii n v ‘ciA-i u. t.hc hi- lett th" ti to the ! 'I Ac .„»u “it but •’He IS wdfio't >iui 'ton one the mor.t clear eut young men waa’4- i;e.tt“d -Mer^ian.il t ode to e vHi Ml M (o ( oMvir k( r. W I Vtlil K hi Id VI < W * Alti* r    tii4i> e««r    7    V t vKirr si vxi; vui.sriv 'U.»iiiu<. m    .    , Mtii!- i-jti ott'uKh w.-4tii«-.s<iu- Mild i,ia a'h'iU i inlerested in nav I U4-..1«\ .»itvtinKin tuiiiini. I oIiUt    I’ur-    ;,tv    ' 111 Ou t' lih. Id . - i„s4 * I.KU lui'A this tyi>e of pei all .4 a.oeu' xuniu ( i .xiHVj, ii XA.s    kd    if    with    hr-    sehool lU» itiHl Wistii. .<M> V imt,. wò;.. M IM    ihliev    , »iiuOi t»4U» jilul    tiiiiuht    l.in»    tiiiD.fit -4    'UUc    -lUil Ill n tfiKh Wf.riu -i.tv 48 Ut .»    u»> c'in    \a>ueh    lor t-f'dh.tnd    H \oini;w|s    |I\4S    K.ui    umIjv    '    .    .1 .41141 wtstiu'*! 4»    4 iiirtf 4oiiifi    m    I'.iii    line    til our \»v    M e iriie    tri.    y». V IC- íiaatlli- ItHlov <1 Mt u\ au-., ' luht t.-ia hl 10 in lunth ln    in    ■uOt    lliith    wa.s    US olh tu 'm. in »iiuih I i nt'UH VII Kl"« le 'Pb l 1-. ■ t)OV P e*. ban: on fus . 1 the loui U>y. •'d I’:'!e.i:-«'d ..I ■ Ho’p.t 1 b* re , ; W ‘Jitil B*‘ k 7, L.ibeli I'lle/ 12 IfU ' t ‘ »V w Id lu^ read the Î L XA rode ’at )ii ihv. ,t‘p in de lia ti d f* Pliat he a lo-.it'a h.is del il eoach II III u I 0(1 6 00 7 00 M >«l I um A III LI 4.: The oftieer was lo be the projectionist for Hie sfiecial screening oi the film iiefore jurors The trial drew only a small crowd. .Among those in attendance were a number of local at-'basement, ia58 In the statement, the Iniy said that al 2 45 p in on the day of ^ the fire he asked ¡xnmission to » .» m 0(    to    n1 Ui    u    >0 Ki    12    00 H.ii oior4»*r iradinK «4 lluinulitx at lUMoi    4S 11 L- IH 40 nuiin 2M JÜ (Ml>t Cflll and luv» lur 24 hour* endina at V:) and iJ .    1        I    ^    Hi.li    and lo»* *amr dal» la*t v»af go lo the washriHim, went lo the    tz started the fue and' 7 40. aun»*»» (onutSt: 5,ST. tfu- yr i|-well i'oai’hed .iiid :i? fHil I-fu’d us anv gr-;)Ui> we h.ive jilayed against He fui ■ Hu* abili i> adininistrativelv to l>e able ta de d with the c.eiiera! public and 1 think Hm. is of extreme imjHu tariee in the rob ol athletre diitH’-,lor ’’ ; F rom Jim Myers, under whom ■Phomas served at /\&M. came this statem4*ut 'Jack Thomas contributed valu See    Pg.    6-A,    i«l.    J (b 'Ul l<4> t»et, ;4:-4n, I    .'f    tiO    te*b P. d. la teet more •ki ■ ’ it" a tr*-x I'l e diiwn fiut da- f'li" w ts h It- h »111 V» a * - i.in-I :.U>t = '■;> VfU .1 of nil, V I *'d by I d'.( er Roll Toiev Roid Ea«.mp4ions Ciotmed Torolt 1961 Folk, Eaemptt Record (I960)..... Deodtisa ......... 4,US 2.714 6 849 16.196 24.513 then V ll t v.'i a.!    (    s.; t-.-e »A.»r Í iiaitfd «i glin»: et! It w.:S a biirik .Mason his U • bi * >-I l)v the ■q*-am r-.oi to nt :irf)> huu« oid rouscd M:    id    M s -J F' Hail who l!ed Bid F’uru’i ll Horn, for on (inbii . : ‘ i Mrs H ‘I '•'»mrner**” that the tmv’ W41Á very brave until their pix'frts ( uk to the ho.%pitil for them Den lb< c hr every W4»re 'Kin and they fi* - anie iillU boys a ; an Mason about 4»». has bv^n A ion. 31 I bus driver tor il years. ;

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