Abilene Reporter News, January 21, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1962, Abilene, Texas íííie Abilene ^í^porterWITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—«--¿v-hvq^ m ia 00 S31« \ 81ST YEAR, NO. 218ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1962—FORTY-EIGHT PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Associated Press (ßP) Officials Probe Jet Crash 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. (Staff Photo by Henry Wolff jV.) AT $100 A PLATE Democrats Whoop It Up At Fund-Raising Dinner WEATHER Plane Flies Over Secret NATO Base BAitT. Italy tAPI-.A Communist Bulgarian jet fighter carrying an aerial reconnaissance camera jcra.shed at)out miles south ol ¡this southern Italian city Saturday iafter Hying over a secret NATO missile base at 40.0(10 feet. I The 22-year-old pilot of the So-^ '\iet.t)uilt MIOlo survived the! 'Crash and was questioned h\ milita rj’ intelligence agents after I treatment for head and arm injuries i The incident touched off speculation the MIG wa--- on an aerial mission similar in nature to the 1060 .American U2 flight over the Soviet I’nion by Francis Gary Powers. Borne newspafTcra called the Bulgarian plane an “air spy" and charged Bulgaria with “a gra'c provocation." ;\n Italian military source said the jet was part of a flight ot three to five nlanes picked up h> I S. DtrSRTMFVT OF iftMMFRCF WFATHFK hlKI.Al • Weathrr Maj». I’aitf "•%> ABILE.NK .A.ND VICIMTV Hadiu* 40    ,    ,    . miles» — Cloudy and a little »»atmt-f radar approaching at high altitude Sunday with light dmtle or fre.iing:,    ,    .l » i . „ drizzle in the mornin«. turning to light fiOlTl the cast, aCIOSS IhO .Vdna'lC rain .Sunday aiternoon High Sundiy 45. low Sunday night 25. high Monday 45 M a. II »cnt (ioun six miles from t’'„iS"’Si'¿a.;":,,.?. O'«-« -tel C,me. »He of a medium- noon and Sunday night Monday moatly ed range missile base o(>erated by the North Atlantic Treaty Organi- ‘Fa.MILY’ PdKTRAIT—Wc.stern actor Dale Hoberlson found time in hus hurried schedule Saturday to pose for a group picture shortly after his arrival in Abi’ciie. He is flanked by Mary Jane Saunders, left, and Lory Patrick. Standing are character actors Kit ('arson, left, a former Ahilenian, and William Demarest, veteran Hollywood showman. tSee other photos, stories Pg. 11-A.) (Staff photo by Jimmy Parsons» WASHINGTON fAPI — Presi- thut the party which comes    out    the President advice. But    I think    ci«ud>    wuh    scatWed    show»ri*    and    turn dent Kennedy told cheering Dem-on top iii a presidential yeai-    nor-j    we all should check him    and    r ocrats Saturday night that the fire mally loses congressional seats    what he wants to do in    making from American efforts to bring two years later.    this the greatest breakthrough foriSunday mehv    Tumm*    much    c«»id«r    wuhi The source said the MIG, fiear- progress "can liEhl the world” The Prc.sidcnt said that hoT'ccdom in the world."    !Sf,orKGr„h.„aTsi„"dV''S‘’'»’-5^    ACTION    DEMANDED S,«aking at a sUr-,studd«i, ihmks Ihe "sreates. hazard" thati The audience fdled the drtll S/VrrJioi    Vio!^'    MV,IIV.»r4    UCIVlMP« 1.7C $100-a    ■    ...    -    ..    .    ...    ,    e.    ,    ,    .    ...    .    .    t.n^rt    Plain.    Il.sif    Sundav    35    10    55    COloPS    Had    lUSt    Pa-SSCd    0\    Cr    IriOia. party the fellow lieve that there is room in the clared he was happy to take part; Kennetly himself puifetl on a United States foi' two parties that jn an affair honoring a President cigar and clearly enjoyed the believe in laying at anchor. In “who knows where he is going."jeveiung. with its entertainment 1962 the Demo(’ratic party sliAuld    in    a    departure from    Hollywmxi    personalities    and run in a progressive world."    ^    laid    off    slump-type    speethes    ot    parly    ....... Kennedy spoke after a long    {{epublican opfjo.sition and fol-ik^^bers. Mrs. Kennedy came    »* evening of glittering jntertam-    ^    and    was    obviously    pleased:«nd 28.^ ^ ^ ment and adtlressi's by Vice I i-es-    laudwi KeriieLly as a "wise, with the praise heapeti on ident Ljndon B John.son and for- brilliant vigorou.s President" arxl huslMind. ^*r President Harry S. iruman    nation    to    support    Hou.se    Sfieaker    .lohn    WL    McCor- and lOM ending 9, the plane develor»'d mts hanicali itroutile or was forced down b> j Italian or U.S. jet fighters in the iarea.    1 Central American Group Threatens to Leave OÁS to a raucous, milling crowd of Democrats who overflowed the National Kennedy’.s request for authority to bargain tor tariff cuts with the Furopean Common Market. TTie 77-vear-old former mack of Massachu.setts called Kennedy "a man of destiny." Kennetly and the First Lady got Humiddy at 9 i> m , The crash occurred in a coastal    jose:    makix    OKLANIH) lism in the Wt^steni Hemisphere particularly vulnerable to Castro same «e as . ei (»rea, atiout 200 miles acrtiNS ire pi NT.A DFI. F.KTF, Uruguay tnd that Ca>tro s pur|K)>«‘ is to infiltration bt'cause of their prox-6 01. sunrise today , if. fr„m I‘*mmunisi Alban- (_(^Yntral American delegates sprcc,« communism through the imitv to Cuba and Iheir own subver Incky internal situations. Tliey !.    are rei^itirtwl planning to frush to threat to pull out ot the Organiza- officials of Central .American    Inter-American    Peace of American Stales unle>s i.ountrieH have btHUi report ol < »n ‘ommittee reivtrt of two days ago her    night    ^ Baiom*t. i itading    ^Ruluài ia is farther to the east,    Punta del Estc conference Americas by rkvolutuin, '.separated from .Albania by    made    an    implietl    sion and propaganti; siavia. Officials sani two Italian farm-crs helptxi the pilot from iht wreckage and drove him to a hos    Cuf)a Ibime Minister Fi- cii)it ds ant! a bloc apiH>artsl to <>f hum;m right.6 Adoption of this ^‘■hs from    these diplomats feel, would »11    •    f    ...    »4,,,    rw>,.»    «f    ..    .    f.aiJ    i.    maa    Yhe    conference 0{>ens Mondav. L ‘nU Amen* a and Abilentans face the prosi»ett of The pla.ie was fullv *■    ^    ^    ^    .......... l't^rs to apolv sanctions against Freezing Drizzle To Turn to Rain strong measures are taken ferrmg for two d;iys in variou- cundi tuning ('a.stro for violations District of Columbia Guard .Armory.    _    ^    •    ».    u    / »u    i    u The occasion wa.s the first an-.    Z7-vear-old former presi- a big cheer from the crowd when niversary of his inauguratuvn‘asopixirtunity to they    entered the    huge    banquet the youngest ele<-ted president of rous»* his parly for the coming con-h;ill. the United States. Kennedy wa.s ßre>^Hional campaign—a sidelinej Mcs. Kennedy    wore    a white    freezing    driz/le    Sunday    mormng.    and    earritsl phot*.»    rtH (»nitoiss;irM c r#>minisz*i>ni hut nrimarilv ’Dulili- I^‘Ux>se fur this and other Demo-igatin    gown with    a bolero top    but    lh<‘    moisture    should    btxome    equipment ‘'We    susfXH t    fron.    th(    u remmment. but pnn.anly puliU    nmd-raising rallies on the beaded with sparkling crystal^»ßht ram after a slight rise in aZunt of fuel earned that it had «n what action to t-ike to preve U .auctions ag onst C uba s commun- drcvsed in a    '«and    ^*arls    temperature during the afternoon. long range * one official sac’ the spread of communism from hnad tables abonnd.vl with    ‘'^tinday is exfXHted to be Tht‘ pilot was identitiwl as Lt ‘ ntaa lanies aoounaw wiin^^ dcgre<‘s. Max Durrett. weather Myhnh Podgoros of the C.abrovit- Central Amerkum sources said ^**n^ r^''bureau meteorologist twhnicum,    -/¡^ air base located in central    their countries plan to f;ice th»* Kennedy applaud«xl vigorously¡‘‘7^  ......... ..... said Saturd;iy night Sunday’s    i^yigar,a about b miles northwi'st    big n.iimns with the question o! wh»*n Truman told the cheeringi    .w»,    low    is    exptvted    to    dip    stara    Za;;    -a    whet hr the GA.S is to continue Tkm- «as onteitainment on the    ,,„„,„^,,1^*    at    Ae.iun-    .as f„ree for inter-.Amencan un- piogram,    loo. t omedian    i)ann> Residents were made uncom-    vava sa.id the jet broke away from    ity They ttmtendtd other nation: Thomas,    singer Uoscmary    ^ k^^^'lfoi-table Saturday by a peni'trat-    jt«: tlight, veered sharply and be-    must pngect the weaker trorn said wish to give cal in his talk. nie President. dress«*d in a    , ,    ^ dark t.liie d.nner jacket «ith a    «'>'•’«    *™,<J '* blue eornflower in his laptti, told    CoiiKress    btick. Truman the applauding Democrats that he ho|>es to reverse the history of off-year elections when the party in power ordinarily loses seats in7 Congress.    | "History is not with us." he told’ (he array of diners "In 1934 we reverstd the trend t)Ut not in oth-i er years. I believe, however, that; the Democratic party is tH‘st fit-; ted to lead this country." Kennedy said his a«lminislration is treading in the same steps that; Franklin D HiKisevelt and Harryj S. Truman patleriUHl bef(»re him He said that becau.se of this "any The government Pvinum.i—    pra<    tHMlly force    the foreign    min- with the governments    of    the West-    which seems int»*nt    on "t.ind ng Hemisphere    »leeply    divultHi    firm tor diplomatic and »'» »»nomic    ^ Mexico. Brazil, and to a lesser ,m    extent \rgentina    have been opfxis- Uentral American    nation.s are    ing    far-reaching    ;M-tion. officials. membt'r of the House and S»*natt and state legislature can stand with pride on the Democ*ralic! rtxord." In saying, "History is not with Us," Kennedy reterred to the facti Poll Taxes Paid Exemptions Cloimcd Totols 1961 Polls, Exempts Record (I 960) . . . Deadline ....... ey, aclivss Iwe Hemick ami the    carried    on    a 14 - mile gan to des« end It maile two low v uban subversion — or the-imailer Presidents brother-in-law, actorwind High temperature iijmi’ p;issr.-,, ,li king a trtx’ on must go it on their own Th<‘v c Peter Lawford, came to amuse.Saturday w;i> 39 de ,-i »»nil pa?»s ;»nd ;he«‘nna oft pi!- sed confideiu e. howeviu, that the hlack tie audience.    igrees at 9 p m. The mercury dip ^ vmh;    the eoiuerent e Wsiuld vot»< idf Former President Harry S. Tru-,|j,,^j    ^    {qw of 14 degre»*. at a thick stre.am of fuel b< . «n iiii tion.* a^ *in:.l t uba man, who once rai.sctl the que.v    |X)unng    from the !»‘l just beiau Ttu* ( ut'-ii »leic. -tion I ouk*'! lion whether Kenntxiy was mature Monday’s high is exp«xi»Hl to be s,iu t>d in o ttu ground and lo.^t s.ic. da> i’ gl>f *t Montevul. u enough to Ik* chief executive, was!at)out the same, with a high read the other wlib’ Thme w i no e\ 'iip-tt .n<l w- citt-i -1 tn ■ on haiul to say he was proud of jng of 45 degr»x's predlcl< (i iploaum and the fu. elage    remairuxl    c:“wtt of    at-uit    2 ooo m; ttvn- At Big Spring, light snow,    de    ng.ict    itgei>. )i    ulina    ■‘Uuha m A ank»“ scriluxi as "light as grains    of    a !)»'“n''    Minidrv    i .mmuni    p ’’ Ttu    ho ad    ot the tleie aatioii,    than salt.” tell from alK»ut 6 am.    un-    que dosenU'd    the tr ukmg »»f ttie    f>., ,dcnt    (bv.-.ulo Dortuu.**. w-i?    fic:r til 11 am. Noim’ remaimxl on the plan»* but liid not go into the I)on ground, since temp»*r ifure.s n>M* sitile cau -e:, of Ih»* cra.sh to :« degrees during the atler offuial deeliiUHi eomnu'nt on noon, -A low of 13 v»;i.s recorded whether he was ean.ving out ,i 105 Persons Held In Gambling Raid the man entering his st*cond year of office as "a wi.se, brilliant and vigorous president” Truman recalkxi some rough times when he thought he had had "as much of a load of re-s{K)nsihility and danger to carry las any president ever had," FFXDING P.a <AP» — SIcdgi ' ! .mmer w it'ldin ! te*leial ;ig<'nt>-lini ip*-> (low .town buiiti tr ^ ill I i ‘ . ■'1 b.oke u(' . hug* . nt hr • o|*4 ’ a *n \rf«-i w.th .uiton itus mn* KHÎ FBI ai'»*nt.s riprv*.! b a wir L'W’: and brok»= down ;!;iy ladore a fed»‘ral grand jury. At least 27 of the IflO wi^re ;iO en-.:'d I * o|¥ ' lîing th** „ ; re a ..cd w tb «Ut •** V1 t the i' ■' ..mi*"- wt*r»* R»*anv Bn! an- i>.    4    ■ hoe . I’- ,.HK .iti n*’ *. ,1 1. * i!/o i at his Ik i.ng; Ph tdel. earlier in the day. Beck Wins Reversal of Conviction SAN FHANUISGO <Alri — Dave the taxability of emlx*z/.led lunds t;ikt*n by the Dt‘pai1ment of .lus-iliability of $86,4«^>. The govern Btnk, prtHlwes.sor of James H as income. lioffa as Teamsters Union tuiss.j The apjM'als court deci.sion Won a reversal Saturday ot hisqxiinied out that B»uk’s income in tice." The spokesman mided, "We nu*nt charged the figure should will have to study the ik*eision ^>t*'q,.Jve tM*en $:i27.346. In Seattle. Jack Ot>enaur, (ore determimng whether to st*ek ionviction ol evailing more than cludtxl "an amazing .series ol em-la new trial” $240,OUi in fiHieral income taxes. lH*zzlemeiit”    i    The    ap(K*als    court,    in its He had Ihh'ii .sentenc»Hl to five In 194.5, the ap|H*als court had;sion, took note of the Janies caselliy Beck, jK)inti*d out that the years in prison and fined $40.ooo decided emlH*zzled funds were not ruling.    Jaffirmation    of Beck's coiivictioiii , reconiKiis ir'C ir“. aon i Puwi'is vv.ts seiitcrc»*»! lo 10 years in prr'»n b.v a s-iviet » '-art !aller tu- 19^^^ fbeht over Ku.»ia Ictided with him parathutmr '0‘1 _liir plan» er;; .hing raviel Picmier ! Khru .hchi’V ust*d (he mcultui tu tireak u|) -i rlaniu'd b .c>( - V\»*:;t sunimil mciitiii m Paris wdh tormer I le ident KtYt‘nhevu‘1 In VVa*hingi in. (he .S(;de lk*part-(he »ueiu aid i( had not reaeivcd .uiv iiilormaliou »>n ttie cras.h ;iiid had no n»minent —then releastd oii Ixmd |)eiuling taxable, outcome oí his ap|H*al.    This    was    revers»*»!    by    tlw*    li.S. The dtxision. written by Justice: .Stanley N. Barnes, wtio was chiefj false union returns still would NEWS INDEX The U S Court of Apiwals re-iSuprenie    Court May 15,    1961 inaif the Antitrust ihvision of    th»*”^ mandt*d the case to District Court the case ol Fug»*m* C James, a lH'partment of Justice from 1953”*’^'* ive >‘uis in pn.Miu ^ tor a new trial hut ui»held    B»*ck's    t’hicago union official The highlto 1956. said the    jury failtxi to Yhat conviclmn was ba‘    on conviction on charges of    filing    court rule<l that »*mlH*zzkHl money;make clear how    much of the Ibe contention that Heck greatly false lax returns for his union is taxable    evaded taxes was on enilH“zzled’d*''‘‘*'^l‘*b*d the figures in lirUiig For that he got five years in But Beck was convictixl twoTunds.    ¡$16,718    17 in 1950 aikl $»>9.923,19 iiij prison and a $20,ooo fine    iyears earlier Feb, 19, 1959 — .soj "We cannot r»*a»l the jury’s”‘iS2 as payments and aU»*ratu»ns In Seattle, Bwk hailed the re- tlie James ruling eould not applyimind," the dwision read. "and’Of a builduig ass<x'iatu»n ciHincil j versal and .said the court’s afiir-lin his cas«,    ¡we    c»includt* it iMX'omes nec»*ssary IkH’k ;ind his attoriwy, Charles; matiun on the union’s    return    haturtlay, in Washington, DU ,jto rever.se the »«»nviction ot Bt*ck Burd»*U ot S»*attle, said they    first charges, wouUI b** ap|H*aled    to the    a spoke.sman for the Justice De-ion the f»»ur counts    relating to tax|would seek a r«*hearing on    the U S. Supreme Court.    ‘parlment said the apiH*als court evasion and ortler a retnal of that jfalse union r»*turns charge Then,! "I never took a nickel from decision    reversing    B»*ck’s    convic-i issue ”    iif that    i.s    »leiutHi,    an    npi>eal    will •nyone in my life," Beck asserttxl.jlion on    income    tax    evasion The four counts involved yearsjbe taken    to    the    U.S.    Supieim* Ai 160U« in (he reve.'sai waslchargcs    "refltx^^ts    the    pusilionjin which Beck reported total    laxiCouiU SECTION A Oil news Obituaries 10 12 SECTION B Cburcb news  .......  ,    2 Book news .........    2 Amusements ....... 4-S Form news, morkets .... 6-7 SECTION C Women's news ....... 1-12 Dyess p»x poge ........ B Ro<tio-TV log .......... 9 Edttoriols  .......10 SECTION 0 Sports..........  .    ,    .    1>3«    8 -!v- n .1 1 2 ! gun . ‘ut<* ax a V 1- itin •h«' 1 laint do») r to * . ¡ pl mor • I'll V ! Iti. »Tl. 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