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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               Abilene porter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE tO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT SUNDAY YEAR, NO. 218 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1962-FORTY.EIGHT PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS IT'S SHOW TIME Pretty Vicky Finley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Finley of Baird, gets acquainted with one of the entries that will vie for honors in the Abilene Fat Stock Show steer division this week. Judging of the area show begins with lambs at 9 a.m. Monday at the Taylor County Exposition Center. (StaH Photo by Henry Wolff Jr.) AT A PLATE Democrats Whoop It Up At Fund-Raising Dinner WASHINGTON (API Presi- dent Kennedy told cheering Dem- ocrats Saturday night that the fire from American efforts to bring two years later. that (lie parly which comes out on1 top in a presidential year nor- mally loses congressional seats progress "can light the world." Speaking at a slar-sludded, dinner' by which the party expected to raise the President told more than 6.000, The President said that he thinks the "greatest hazard" that faces the country would be for both parties to try to preserve the status quo. United States for two parties that believe in laying at anchor. In 1962 the Democratic party should run in a progressive world." Kennedy spoke after a long evening of glittering entcrlnin- ment and nddresscs by Vice Pres- ident Lyndon Q. Johnson and for- fellow Democrats: "I do not be- Former President Truman de- f? happy lo take part in an affair honoring a President "who knows where lie is going." mer President Harry S. Truman to a raucous, milling crowd ofi the President advice. But I think we all should check him and do what he wants to do in making this the greatest breakthrough for freedom in tlie world." The audience filled the drill floor; furnished with banquet ta- bles and decorated with while s. bunting and flags of all the stales, for Hie anniversary rally. Kennedy cigar and tered shnu-ers Sunday and io'-tth portion Sunday nUM. Turning much coltkr strong northerly winds snow and bllrznrd conditions likfly Panhandle SunOny niKht. AVunday cloudy to parity cloudy .inu ir.-Jcn coMor with J.-.DH- ending i himself clearly puffed on a enjoyed the evening, with its entertainment Truman, in a departure Hollywood personalities and his custom as a speaker, laid off stump-type speeches of party the Republican opposition and tal- lowed the text of a speech in which lie lauded Kennedy as a "wise, brilliant vigorous President" ami called on lite nation to support "overflowed" rwluo.sl, for Dislricl of Columbia for tarlff culs Guard Armory. The occasion was the first an- niversary of his inauguration as European Common wilh Market. 77-year-old former presi- dent also took the opportunity lo lion strong measures are taken cal in his lalk. The President, dark blue dinner dressed in jacket with Ihe youngest elected president of -'rouse his party for the coming con the Uniled Slates. Kennedy sideline reminiscent, but primarily polili- Purpose for this and other Demo-. cratic fund-raising rallies on Ihe party schedule. "We are going lo send a Dcmo- cralie Congress Truman said. Kennedy applauded vigorously when Truman told the cheering audience: "1 don't wish to give pital in Acquaviva. aliotit from the lw.se. Abilenians face the prospect of. The plane was fully armed against Cuba Prime Minister Fi- jdel Castro's regime. husband. House Speaker John W. McCor- mack of Massachusetts called Kennedy "a man of destiny." Kennedy and the First Lady got a big cheer from the crowd when they entered the huge banquet hall. Mrs. Kennedy wore a white satin gown with a bolero top beaded wilh sparkling crystals light rain after a slight rise yf cm-ricd that it had.011 wllnt action lo take lo prevent'sanctions against Cuba's common-' Brazil and to a lesser and pearls. temperature during the afternoon.'a range." otic official smil-l11.10. spread of communism from ism. !extent Argentina'have been oppos- blue cornflower in his lapel, tohl the applauding Democrats (hat he hopes to reverse the history of off-year elections when the party in power ordinarily loses scats in Congress. "History is not with he (old the array of diners. "In 1934 we reversed the Irend but not in oth- er years. I believe, however, that Ihe Democratic parly is best fil- led to lead this country." Kennedy said his administration Is treading in Ihe same steps that Franklin D. Kooscvell and Harry S. Truman patterned before him. He said that because of Ihis "any member of the House and Senate and stale legislature can stand with pride on the Democratic record." In saying, "History is nol with Kennedy referred tn the fact Poll Toxct Fold Exemptions Claimed Totals 1961 Polli, Exempts Record (I960) ____ Deadline Jon. 31 leaders. Mrs. Kennedy came with him and was obviously pleased praise heaped on her wilh tlic WEATHER Auociaicd Prett Officials Probe Red Jet Crash U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMtltCK WE.miF.lt BUREAU IWcalhcr 1'atr 7-A) ABILENK AMI VICINITY (HadLui 40 Clomty and a IIUlc warmer jutidav w-ilh liiht drizr llrizzlj In tht mornlr.J, ram Sunday afternoon. Su.ndav willTuiht drizzle or irci-zTiu turning to 1 Vjndiy liKhl Sunday nignl 2S. hifh Monday Vs .NORTH CEJiTKAL TEXAS oW swaal tifihl freezing drizzle or rai i Sim- ony morning chancing to light rain or tinzzlc and not so cold Sunday alter- noon and Suixlfty night. Monday mostly cloudy wUh N-aUcrerf showers and turn- Plane Flies Over Secret NATO Base Italy 'APl-A Commu- nist Bulgarian jet fighter carrying an aerial reconnaissance camera crashed about 20 miles south ot Ihis sou'liern Italian city .Saturday after flying over a secret NATO missile base ai .10.000 feet. The 22-year-old pilot of the So- viei-built MIGlfl survived lav crash and was questioned by mili- tary intelligence agents after iteatincnt for lieail and arm in-: juries. The incident touched off specu- lation Ihe MIG was on an aerial mission similar in nature lo the 1WJO American U2 flight over the Soviet Union hy Fruuris Gary Powers. Tionic neii'spanors called the Bulgarian plane an "air spy" andi charged Bulgaria with "a gni provocation." i Ati Dalian military source said; jlhc jet was part of a flight of' three lo five planrs picked up hy radar approaching at high altitude from the cast, across the Adriatic Sea. It went down six miles from Gioia del Colle, site of a medium- range missile base operated by tn cloudy and a liUle warmer lo.KK t scat- Z South Plains. High Sunday 35 TEMPERATURES Sat. __......._. 9-00......... High acut loa for cr.ilinR m.: 39 and 13. Itlch and law dole last yc.ir: Sur.sct last nishl; sunrise sunset tonltht: llarometer resiling at 9 p.m.: Humidity at 3 r m.: M I'cr ci'iic. Freezing Drizzle To Turn lo Rain The source said Ihe MIG, bear- ing a red star marking, and Bul- garia's white, green and red colors had just passed over Gioia 'FAMILY' actor Dale Robertson found time in his hurried schedule Saturday to pose for a group picture shortly after his arrival in Abi'-ne He is flanked by Mary Jane Saundcrs, left, and Lory Patrick. Standing are char, acter actors Kit Carson, left, a former Abilcnian, and William Demarest veteran Hollywood showman. (See other photos, stones Pg. 11-A.) (Staff photo by Jimmy i aisons) CUBAN ACTION DEMANDED del Colle and dropped to low alti lucle in an apparent effort lo evade radar surveillance. There was no indication whether the plane developed mechanical trouble or was forced down by Italian or U.S. jet fighters in tlv area. The crash occurred in a coastal] area, about 200 miles across Adriatic from Communist Alban- Bulgaria is farther to the cast, separated from Albania by Yugo- slavia. Officials said two Italian farm- ers helped the pilot from the wreckage and drove him (o a hos- Central American Group Threatens to Leave OAS Dy .IOSK MARIA ORLANDO KSTE' and in the Western that Castro's Ilemispliereiparticularly vulnerable lo Castro purpose is tojinfillration because of their prox- P ,ra ,T-''Cim commullism through Ihc'imily to Cuba and their own Ct Y, con.fcrflIlccjAmericaS by evolution, subver-.tricky internal situations They Ihent tn nlln M nn imp ici1 sio" and rH'opagaiula. are reported planning to push lo Ih.c.-iltopi.lloutoflhcOreamza.l orndnls o[ hilt the Inter-American Peace stales unless nave rvpancA report of two days ago forrins for two days in Castro for violations capitals, and a bloc appeared to'of human rights. Adoption of this emerging calling itself .report, these diplomats feel, would freezing drizzle Sunday carried photo tnc governments of the West- which seems The conference opens Momlay.k'enlral America and practically force the foreign but the moisture should become .equipment. "We suspect from lhclcr" Hemisphere deeply for diplomatic and economic isters to apply sanctions against The head tables abounded with government officials, senators, House cials. members and party offi- High Sunday is expected to be wns identified as ...o.. I 1111 Jmul lu'jmiiJini tib I.L. 45 degrees, Max Durrelt. Podgoros of Ihe finbrovit- bureau meteorologist base, located in central Central American their countries plan to face lite! I Central American nations are1 ing far-reaching action. There was entertainment on (he low is said Saturday plight. nlwut 37 miles tiiilions with (he program, too. Comedian Danny- Thomas, singer Rosemary Cloon- ey, aclress Lee Hemiek and the President's brother-in-law, actor Peter Lawford, came lo amuse Ihe black lie audience. Former Prcsidenl Harry S. Tru- man, who once raised the ques- tion whether Kennedy was mature enough to be chief executive, was on hand to say he was proiul of the man entering his second year of pffice as "a wise, brilliant and vigorous president." Truman recalled some rough titnes when he llioughl he had had "as much of a load of re- sponsibility and danger to carry as any president ever had." must protect the weaker from ing cold carried on a 14 mne-jpnn descend. It made two low- Ctib.in subversion or the smaller per-hour wind. High temperature: striking a tree onimnsl go it on their own Thev c- registerec! Saturday was .TO pass and sheering off'pressed confidence, however that grees al 9 p.m. The mercury winR conference would vote' ped lo a low of 14 degrees G a.m. to 2a degrees. Residents were Stars Zagora. authorities fortablc Saturday by a pcnclr.it- 1 made said" the jet broke away from sharply and be- question of! whether Ihe OAS is lo continue' a force for inter-Amoricnii They contended other nations A thick stream of fuel bepan'sa.'iolioiis against Cuba. from the jet just before, The Cuban delegation t HJ.S m. --nijiiji Mtll lilllULll Mondays high is expected to be1 sliced into the ground and lostlSaliirday niyht at Montevideo's a downtown builil- oilier wing. There was no ex- airport and" was greeted bv Saturday and broke up a hu-e i 105 Persons Held In Gambling Raid TRADING. Pa. 'API _ before a federal srand jury, hammer-wielding agents At least 27 of 100 uere ae- aliout (he same, with a hiph read- ing of 45 degrees predicted. AI Big Spring, light snow, de- scribed as "lighl as grains of salt." fell from about 6 a in. un- lil II a.m. None remained on lhc plosion and the fuselage remained intact. Defense communi- que descrilwd the tracking of the plane hut did not go into the pos- ,t ground, since temperatures rnscj.sjnlc causes of the crash. croud of alxjtil 2.000, mostly operation. agrrs. shouting "Cuba si. Yankee, Armed with automatics, more 'Hie head of the delegation, than 100 KRI agents ripped cuscd of the game. Charged with supervising the mass g.imes were Ri'iiny Bcnan- 4'.l. Reading, arrested at his Reading: Philadel- !'1'ln'i to 38 degrees during (he noon. A low of 1.1 was recorded earlier in Ihe day. Beck Wins Reversal of Conviction SAN FRANCISCO (API Dave Beck, predecessor of James R. Hoffa ns Teamsters Union boss, won a reversal Saturday of his conviction of evading more Ihan in federal income taxes. He had been scnlenccd lo five yeors in prison and fined released on bond pending outcome of his appeal. The U.S. Court of Appeals re- manded Ihe case lo District Court for a new trial but upheld Beck's Chicago union official. The high conviction on charges' of filing court ruled thai cmlwzzled money is taxable. But Reck wns convicted two yenrs 19, 1959 so false tax returns for iiis union. For that he got five yenrs prison and a line. vw-Ml and said Ihe court's affir- mation on the union's return charges, would be appealed lo the U.S. Supreme Court. "I never took a nickel from In my Beck asserted. At in reve.-sal was the taxability of embezzled funds as income. The appeals court decision poinled out that Reek's income in- cluded "an amazing series of em- bczzlemcnl." In Die appeals court hnd decided cmliezzled funds were not l.i.vnhle. This wns reversed hy (he U.S. Supreme C'ourl Mny 15, 1961 in Ihe ease of Eugene C. James, a taken hy the Dcparlmcnl of Jus- tice." The spokesman ndded, "We will have to study the decision be- fore determining whether to seek a new Irial." The appeals court, in its deci- sion, look note of Ihe James case ruling. The decision, written by Juslice Stanley N. Barnes, wlx> was chic! of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice from 1953 lo 1956, said Ihe jury failed to Officials declined common! in his case. Saturday, In Wnslilnglon, D.C., a spokesman for tho Justice De- partment said (he appeals court decision reversing Beck's convic- tion on charges Income 'reflects Inx the cvnsion position "We cannot read the jury's could not apply Ihe decision read, "anil we conclude it becomes necessary lo reverse the conviction of Beck the four counts relnllng to tax evasion and order n retrial of that issue." The four counts Involved years in which Beck reported total tax liability of The govern-] men! charged (lie figure should have been In Scaltle, Jack Obenaur, Ihe assistant U.S. attorney who helped try Beck, pointed out lhat lite affirmation of Beck's conviction for false union returns still would subject Ihe onetime Tcnmslcrs boss to five yenrs in prison. j Thai conviction was on' of stale. After Durticos re-jlli.'m ton patrons at three diet 011 i viewed an liiuinr guard of I'ru- lables. Tliey seized ar whether be was carrying out M( roird ion 'persons as reconnaissance- mission. by jwiinessi-s and five on dinrges o, ;lt lhl' Powers was sentenced to in; the big e.iinrs' vears in prison bv a Soviet court i iuic.s .ir.d s-ct up chcckiwints on Four others, nr.e a! hrmie in g lo Ihis luxurious! Reading ami Hirer ,tt their NVw his plane crashing. Soviet Premier '.'crsey homes picked, up in 'hey were protrcliug the aslroiconiu'elmn with the games. also preparini; to-scribed hy agents as one of liTccpt :HVI workers liirprest Ojierations iidonts makitig a sltjw Coast along ihc route- l.alc-r. KHI announcrd liwitoi iiU'o to (in- of after his IMO flight over eiuled with him parachuting his plane crashing. Soviet Premier] Khrushchev the incident lol jbreak a planned Kaut summit meeting in Paris with former President Eisenhower. In Washington, the Slate Depart. murch the Kasi i ir.enl said it had not received information on the crash no comment. NEWS INDEX make clear how much of the the contention lhat Beck grcally evaded laxcs was on embezzled overslaled Ihe figures in listing funds. in 1950 and in! 'fl52 ns paymenls and nllernlions Oil news Obilusrio SECTION A of n building association council. Beck and his nllorncy, Charles Burdell of Scnlllc, said (hey firsl would seek a rehearing on Ihe fnlsc union returns chnrgo. Then, If Ihnl Is denied, an appeal will be tnken lo the U.S. Supreme Court. SECTION B Church news 2 Book newt i ...........4-5 Form nowj, morkcts .....6-7 SECTION C Women's iwws.........1-1J Dye 11 fit ftft........... g Radio-TV b...............10 President Osvaldo Dorticos. windows and broke dimni phia: Sieve Diouncheck. Miners- xillo, Pa..- George Fiarraw. 57, Pa., and (Isnakl S. Ru- Pa all sccno. Anthony I.amosiica, Sit. Trenton, N.J.. Pasqualc .11'. and QUOTUM A. Der.tino, -In, both of Cair.dMi. were taken irlo custody in their homes. Steinrock released the .six ar- in Itcacling on from to Stn.ixw bail, lie set .Inn. as a tent.ilivi1 for hearings, al- though In- said it would lake mure Ihe-than one day In prmrss the cases. ttli man was arraigned in supervisor of and released on 5IH.OOO up J.-nn-'s hail as were Pillo and Dcntino 52. of Philadelphia. caindcn. Ihe l.S. dolegiilion, headrd by ami loi.k him before .1 U.S. com- agents toM Steitirnefc at -Smctary of Sato IK-an is missmner. ja hearing in the Navy and lo arrive Sunday and go ,1. Kdgar Hoov- Ma rim- Corps Trainiin- Center into hudtlles lliroughoiit Ilio eve- cl HIJ ,ljiwior. said an Armory they fount! in a rung m attempts to iron out .lif- llu- gambl-m; safe. S2D.OOH on three tables and ficullifs nthiT biff OAS operated in iimithcr hiding place, bcrs in ativ.ntce of Hie smce mtd-Novemlu'r. iThoy also seizetl gamblins 'TJir rail) was led by J.T. O'Kccfe.'ment. Memlwrs iif "I.os Qiiatro (is. .mortu-y. .ind 'llioni.ns V.c-' The FBI saitl rec- Bis altonioy nl the or- r.rd ttatetl to nnd im-luded a gcnlina. Brazil and Chili1, have criiw and rac-kclceriiiK.conviction for a sex offense, for shown varying degrees of rehif-lwiion of (lie Justice he was fined in Trcn- tnnce toward taking definite .ic-'mcnt. :lon in 1W8. On March 18. 1955, he linn against Castro. j At a hearing U.il. Com-: was charged by Miami police The Stale Department in a missioner Sieinrock. Ihe with disorderly comltict, lined and had an am; strut ion. tho purpose of wall boms a ;mkre dojiimi- Thr-y (latin. SCCTION D .1-1, I While Paper on Jan. 3 warned that Cuba lias become a bridge- head ct Chinese-Soviet imperial- malerial witnesses were released and sentenced to two days in jail. on from (a bail for anjHe was described as a former appearance In Philadelphia Mon-lstori clerk.   

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