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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               gfotlene "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES W E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron Year, NO. 216 ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Prea (ff) STILL GOING Calvin Sparks, maintenance superintendent at the Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital in suburban Leeds, checks the 14-foot ice cascade formed by a running water fountain. The fountain is still on and more than 100 gold- fish are living in the pool below the surface. (AP Wirqihoto) U. S. to Give Full Backing To New Dominican Rulers Church School Brawl Kills Four in Congo WASHINGTON (AP) -Officials said today the government newly returned to power in the Domini- can Republic has ready-made U.S. Related story, Pg. 2-F! Department and in the Agency for International Development on an Marines Hold Article By Colonel WASHINGTON De-j fense Department and the Marine Corps have refused to release a -Marine colonel's article on (he service's history. A Defense Department spokes- man said today the article seemed to have the effect of charging a conspiracy existed among several former officials to kill off Ihe Ma rine Corps. The spokesman said clearance was refused because the article appeared to impugn motives of former presidents Harry S. Tru- man and Dwighl D. Eisenhower, retired Army Gen. Omar Bradley, former Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson and the late Adm. For- normal lr.dc by wiping out chicf of naVal the sanclicms once imposed against Ihe regime of the late die- Thc incident comes to light vir- recognition and will get full program designed to bolster malic and economic support from the Dominican economy. this country. Plans were made to clear away Work was resumed at the State'the last barriers to resumption of tator Rafael L. Trvjillo. Administration were ob- viously delighted at the speed with which (he junta dominated Ordinance to Be Aimed at Crowds City Ally. John Davidson said Friday he will Investigate slate and local laws as the basis for a new city ordinance aimed at keep- ing the unwieldy crowds away from emergency scenes. Davidson's announcement came after various city personnel as- signed to emergencies were out- spoken in their dissatisfaction with past efforts to keep emer- gency areas clear of. crowds. Thc city atlorney said he has not looked throughly into laws now on the twoks, but prom- ised he would write a full statute in a scope broart enough lo han- dle virtually any situation regard- Assl. City Atty. Cold Here, But No Rain The cold moved in but the mois- ture slipped to the east. That's the way weathcnnen explain the lack o{ expected precipitation from the cold front. Darryl Crawford, forecaster at the Weather Bureau here said the front was very dry and there was not enough moisture alnft to pro duce any rain or snow. "What moisture was in the front clipped Iw sru'd. The cold is to continue through Friday night wilh slightly warm- er temperatures expected Satur- day. Crawford said the forecast calls for partly cloudy and colder weath- er Friday afternoon and night, turning a little warmer Saturday. Friday's expected high is to be 90 with a high in the anticipat- ed Saturday. Friday night's low is expected to.be 15 to 20. The high Thursday was 53 around II a.m. and the overnight low was 16. said. In the State Department, the two days they were out of power" He said he would draw up the'.Dominican one official proposed ordinance for submis- sion to the Cily Commission. Davidson said the ordinance he envisions would cope with crowds, ntcrfcrcnce with authorized emergency personnel, and motor- sts who impede the flow of traf- fic on streets surrounding the iccne. Meanwhile. ing emergencies. lually on the eve of opening of a Senate inquiry into charges of muzzling of military officers by Pentagon officials. A Senate sub by den. Pedro Probe is scheduled to next vrck. The article was written by Col Soldiers Clash With Local Police LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo] Local police and the troops were blqcxlsbed in Ihej reported lo have clashed. All Ihe eastern Congo, again involvingidend were believed to be Africans Congolese troops, was disclosed by the United .Nations today. A spokesman snid four civilians at (tie school. St. Paul's college. In addition, three were wounded, reports indicated the white were killed and seven European men were not injured, churchmen threatened by hood-1 A U.N. Malayan platoon visited lums Wednesday in a brawl at a Roman Catholic mission school in Bagira. Kivu Province. varria was overthrown Thursday night. Thc development came with stunniii; after the Don_____ _.- ____, chief's hand-picked group had tak- intended publication in the month- en power upon the "Proceedings" magazine of_thc NOT HAPPY Pasquale Kuca, 60, snarls as he sits handcuffed in a Brooklyn apartment Thursday. Fiica is sitting in front of sacks of pure heroin, weighing 24 pounds, which federal narcotics agents said they found. The heroin would have been worth S3.5 mil- lion on the illicit market. Four ether persons were arrested. (AP Wirephoto) the scene Thursday and reported the situation now is calm. Bagira is in eastern Kivu about 2W miles northeast of Kongolo. a north Ka- langa town where rampaging Con- golese troops massacred 19 Ro- man Catholic missionaries and an umlcrtermincd number of African civilians New Year's Day. The troops were in a command once loyal to pro-Communist Antoine feuding princes of Laos reached jGizenga, the recently deposed agreement here today on a premier. ula for a government of national1 c.N. reports from Stanleyville unilv- indicate that Gizenga is still in his The agreement was mansion there under by neutralist Prince central Agreement Made On Laos Formula GENEVA (API The three Phouma at the end of a two-hour meeting of the three princes. Souvanna Phouma said "very great progress" was made at the government troops. Reliable sources said the United Nations has recommended that month. UCV t UL 111 Ltil IIV suddenness 48 hoursjRobcrl D. Heinl Jr., now chicf o wiinicart air u-s- naval mission in Haiti, for resign: Tuesday night of President Joa- quin Balaguer. "We consider that what has oc- United States Naval Institute. .The institute is not an official agency of the Navy, hut its board is com- I Vi Hill UL" --V cm-rod now is a resumption of loosed of ranking Navy and Marine constitutional government in the officers. Thc institute sent the article to the Pentagon on Sept. 15, the spokesman said. House Passes Juvenile Parole Supervisors Bill decision was lo "forget about the: The Marine Corps information chief. Col. James E. Mills, op- and simply continue with the rec- poserl clearance. Lt. Gen. Wal- ognition previously accorded. M. Greene, chief of staff of means a renewal of normal diplo- the Marine Corps, gave his ap- assmne wliateverjcrs and even lacked effective sup-Jnse on tl :ed to handle such-port among the country's top Mari Bob Mamlorson said the powers of police officers or firemen assigned lo emergency work will be suf- ficient to keep crowds and traffic under control. "A policeman or fireman has extraordinary powers in such Manderson said. "I (eel these men can authority they need situations." lical leaders. Manderson and Davidson agreed that the emergency power assumed by an officer or fireman need not be specifically delegated in a written statute to he legal. "Of course, Ihis action would have to be reasonable and based upon good Davidson said. Manderson, after a quick re- view of city ordinances, said it appears Ihe city code is lacking on specific rules and rcg- dipli malic relations whereas the but in a subsequent re. partmcnl had threatened to opposed release of the arli- stronger gesture! cle. than breaking of diplomatic Subsequently, the decision if Echavania established a mili-lagainst release was concurred in tary dictatorship. Thc would-be strong man !by Gen. David Shoup, Marine was Corps commandant. overthrown, officials said, because he clearly had no base of popular The spokesman said the Army rind Air Force, to which the man support, had lillle if any was submitted for coin- backing among the military lead-lmcnt, recommended against its 'on the ground it reflected on me Corps and the services as a whole. Kennedy Will See Thant Today NEW YORK (AP> Kennedy Act illations on the subject of emer-'loday at a luncheon designed to------------- Presidentjscheme in the chaotic Congo and Soviet-U.S. clash in Africa. mcdy gets acquainted wilh I headed off a ing Secretary-General Lt heart of gcnncs. He and Davidson pointed out that it is illegal to follow within 500 feel of an emergency vehicle demonstrate the -confidence the U.S. government has in the United The President and Dag Ham- or park within a block of where marskjold's successor were tu a fire truck is in operation. It also is illegal lo cross a lire- hosc in a motor vehicle. Conviction on these violations can result in fines of up lo Police Chicf Warren Dodson said he is now studying the idea of equipping squad cars wilh ropes long enough lo surround emergen- cy scenes. Thc rope would be sup- ported either by existing poles or WEATHER U. 1. DEPAKTMIiNT OK COM.HKKCK WKATHgR IVKKA1I (Wealarr maa, rite AB.1LENK AND VICINITY (HaiUiii n mlksl Tartly cloudy Mil cohler Fri- day afternoon And nlxbl. LJIlle warmer Saturday. Ilinlj Friday 30. Low r'rlflur rtlht la-20. Illih Saturday In HK .NORTH CKNTRAI. I'artlv ctdudr today ami lonjjrht. Coldrr lortsv ana til aoulfc Warnwr Saturday. l.ow tonUM 13 In north to a In Hlnh Saturday as lo 45. MOKTHWKAT TEXAS dandlmn and Saturday, occ? rHonal IKM In Panhandle and nortt tn rlaliu. Much In sout Warmer jpoayc cow rontjlht. Saluriav. Low tonUhl It 111 norm lit aouUv SWurttay M tn -n tn north. TICMPERATVBKII tnrfav wivli liM. al mm: MOT i MT cini. (trees or with metal stanchions larricti in the car. "This would place a physical ami visible barrier Iwtween the emergency ami the lie said. Dodson said he does not feel police officers any addition- al training to handle the increas- ing problem. "Our men are ade- quately trained lo do (he he said. He said, however, lhat often congestion occurs "because not enough officers can he assigned to (he emergency lo handle the big crowds that gather." During the car-train crash near the downtown area in De- comber, he said, 15 to 20 officers were at the scene "but found thnl the crowd was almost loo much." Traffic Sgl. .lack Hurst estimnled the crowd as high us 400 persons. Enrlicr this week, City Man- ager Robert M. Tinstman said he favored n "get tough" policy for Ihe hniKiling of nnwieldly crowds. Other emergency personnel sup- ported thoughts. meet at Ihe Waldorf Astoria apart- ment of U. S. Chief Delegate Ad- lai E. Stevenson. Kennedy and Thanl were ex- peeled lo range over mosl of the major issues facing the United Nations, including (he Congo, world economic development and financine for the nearly bankrupt ivnrli! organization. U.S. sources have pointed out that the merling was arranged several weeks before the Dulch- 'ndonesian dispute over West New Guinea look a crucial turn, Init he two leaders were expected to :nke a close look at that crisis also. Stevenson was host at a similar luncheon for Kennedy and Ham- marskjold last April when the linn crisis was worsening. Kennedy al his news conference Monday endorsed Thanl's cfforls to slave off war over West New Guinea ami called on (ho Dutch and the Indonesians to coopcrale wilh the U.N. leader in his pence making efforts. Informed sources snid one pur poso ot the meeting was lo dem- onstrate Ihe Kennedy administrn- Dickens Fire Kills Three Children DICKENS 
                            

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