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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1962, Abilene, Texas Wi)t Mem J^epor ter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron y EVENING FINAL HOME Warming 81ST YEAR, NO. 220 ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1962—EIGHTEEN PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS AMnocintpd Prena (¡P) Senate Passes Tourist Ad Bill AUvSTIN (AP) - The Senatej Hurricane Carla, passed a $2m),ooo tourist advertis-i Money to rebuild the laboratory ing bill today, the third major bill!comes from commission funds of the special session of the Ugis-jand not the general revenue fund, lature to get action from the sena-1 Terrorists Hit Algiers Restrictions ALGIERS íAP>—Terrorists re wl.h sun^re explosK.es mem. to ro.sc the lourml adver-‘«day to plans of F rench author- tors.    ' The measure by Sen. Bruce | Reagan of Corpus Christi was ap-; proved 22-16 after a flurry of at-j temptixl amendments failed. | The bill now goes to the House. In the House, repre.sentativesi beat down efforts to bring up a; bill which would allow farmers us-| ing natural gas for irrigations pumps to have rate complaints toj the Railroad Commission. Reagan successfully oppo.scd for tising appropriation to $3(K),00(J. Sen. Bob Baker of Houston ities to clamp tight traffic and other re.strictions on three of Al- fmlcd in his .mtcmpts to up an Rena's largest cities. appropriation to repair the San Jean Morin, chief government Jacinto Monumtmt from $75,000 to representative in Algeria, ordered the original figure of $156,000. The the special control measures for monument repair is a part of the Algiers, Oran and Bone Monday tourist advertising bill. Amendments by Sens, Neveille mght in an effort to stop the war between European and Moslem CoLson and A. M. Aikin Jr. to;terrorists.    i raise salaries of vStale IVpart-i But terrori.st gunfire left two' ment heads to $22,5(X) passed by! Europt'ans and a Moslem dead 22-5 votes. ITie amendments, at-¡and nine Moslems wounded in Al-tached to the tourist advertising gieis tcxlay. Most of Texas Under Ice Cover Freeze May Hit Lower Valley Again assist- Authorities said the terroristi attiicks showed the necessity of bill, raised the directors' ants to $15,000 a year. The five department directors ummediate application of the new that would get the raise iiK-iude security measures — including the Department of Corrections, roadblocks, traffic curfews and state highway engineer, Depart-;troop cordons, ment of Public Safety, Central Education Agency, Health Department and Department of Public Welfare. Rep H. G. Well.« of Tulia, sponsor of a Hou.se natural gas bill, said    he would    substitute an    identical    bill    already pa-ssed the    Sen ate. Wells needed 100 votes to sus-pond    the    rule    for immediate debate    but    only    received 8.3. FIRE ROARS — Eight alarms sent Philadelphia firemen hurrying to this factory building fire early today, only a short distance from the Betsy Ross House, thè Old^ Friends Meeting House and Christ Church. Four firemen were injured but the fire did not spread. (AP Wirepholoi Ike, Burke Want Military Encouraged to Speak Out WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Dwight D. Ei.senhower The bill was opposed by Rep. and .\<lm Arleigh A. Burke ex-Will Erhle of Childress. Erhle said pressed the view today that mih-Ihe bill is a fight betwe<'n a group j^py men should be encouraged to of fanners and a gas ctwnpany. speak out against the dangers of ••There is no necessity for regu- communism, lation of companies in rural “Telling the .stark truth about areas,” Erhle said. He said litiga- communism is the best way to tion is pending in the controversy,    citizenry    and other \\ells said the bill attempts to people appreciate the blessings of clarify whether a gas company {,^.,.ty. ’ Eisenhower said in a which was a utility before it    ^ Senate inves- ed selling gas to farmers will    committee exempt from rates set by the Railroad Commi.ssion.    naval    operations,    det'lared Reagan pushed the tourist bill Monday.    3    right and I'he measuiT is a slimmed down    ,roops version of a previous bill to pay for tourist advertising repairs to the San Jactnlo ntt.nument    ^    ,„beon,mit- furnish additional parole officers lor the Texa,s Yimth Couneil. '«■ hr    ■'™ed .Set v cea As amemted. the measure pro- Commilli'e. «as oiH.nms «hat is the Highway o-Fx^'bHl to be a prolonged andl And Burke, retired former chief Bv THE .ASSOt lATED PRESS Texas’ widespread ice storm moved deep into South Texas Tuesday, carrying with it a threat of freezing weather for the Lower Rio Grande Valley.    1 Freezing drizzle was reported! as far .«outh as Corpus Christi 1 during the morning. Most of the area to the north remained frosted over with treacb-: erous ice that closed hundreds ofi schools in North. Central and iEast Texas and slowed highway travel.    j I Numerous traffic accidents oc-1 ■eurrcd. At lea.st 11 traffic deaths have been blamed on the arctic 1 blast since its sweep into the ¡Texas Panhandle Sunday.    I I .Austin streets glazed over dur-' iing the morning as frt“ezing mist ,fell in 25-degree weather.    j 1 Early morning traffic was| snarled in usually warm San An-j tonio as fret'zing rain ice-coated; the city’s expressway system. j Brownsville had a low' morning temperature of 44 degrees, but the Weather Bureau said much colder weather was in store for his statement that he has comeJbe Ixiwer Rio Grande V alley to question the practice, in his ad- Tuesday. Temperatures of 25 to ministration as in the current one,,32 degrees were forecast, of the Pentagon’s review ing | The Valley is still counting itS: speeches as to content as well as ¡loss from a record - breaking, security matters.    !    freeze of two weeks ago. “1 say, let the military speak. 1    while colder weather    was    ex-1 always under properly established pected in South Texas, conditions policies and the general—not Pet- improved somewhat to the north, j ty—supervision of their civilian <;kies remained cloudy, but the; superiors.” Eisenhower said freezing drizzle and sleet had let He said the military must al- yp ways be subordinate to civil au-    -phe Weather Bureau    .said    an-* thority but that militarj' leaders cold night was in store for should help inform the public and j^^p northern half of the state, but their troops ‘’in restwct to the    ^ould    climb above tiictics. strategy and concerHs of|jj^p fre<‘zing mark by Wedne.sday communi.sm ”    afternoon. Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss.,| Tuesday night’s foreca.st called chairman of the subcommittee, readings of 16 to 24 dcgrtvs. read Eisenhower’s statement at jj^ Northwest Texas: 15    to 24    de-i THIS IS CAI.IFHRMA? — Mrs. June Scott uses a broom to clear snow from some of the desert and tropical plants in the yard of her Tujunga, Calif., home Monday after a light snowfall. See story on Fg. 2-A. (.AP Wirephoto) the opening of the hearing. 'grees in North Central Texas; 14 ADM. ARLEIGH BIRKE . . . leadoff w itness Sen Margaret Chase Smith.|to 34 degrt*es in Northeast Texas. R-Maine. requested that former I25    32 degrees in South Central jPre.'iident Harry S. Truman be Texas: 20 to 28 degrees in Southeast Texas: and generally in the 20s in Southwest Texas. study of    re-Thurmond, D-S.C., that the Penta-'asked to submit    a statement to iacilities in    Texas $75 (KM! for    the    str.iints    on public    expressions    by gon was “muzzling” anti-Commu- be placed in the    record following monument    and‘^$70.iKK» for    the    militar>    officer<    .ni.sts statements by military Ei^nhower’s Game and Fish Cummi.sMon to ' The iiuiuiry developed from re-:Officers.    .    Mrs.    Smith    said    her    ^^‘obec- rebuild a latwratory de.strovt'd by'i>eated charges by Sen. Strom Eisenhower told the senators in¡tion was that Truman, while he, — pix'sident, had is.-uie<l a di-i Winters Hampshire Barrow BesI Ministers Split Into Three Blocs Due to Cuba's Stand wa.s recti ve Tlie Texas Highway Department said travel was hazardous east of n line from Sanderson, in far    ,- West Texas, through Rankin, Ster- Related storv. Pg. 3-\ Ice Eases Grip In Abilene Area requiring all statement.s    Abilene    and    JackstKiro and speeches of military olficeisi ^j3in,..^vil!e and north of a line be cleared not only by the    [x»j    Bio    through I valde to fen.-^e I4epartmenl but also by    Christi. Bv J!M EATON Reporter-News tarn» Writer Ronald Colburn. Winters FFA .Slate Depanmi-m.    i"    Moistu»'st'oppoH addinc to the■•’«"'■‘i th<_ c h.aminon .naineti do-,.-d lor a «■ one «ith a loncthy prepared s<ale-l    ,    ■'‘-‘O"'''    J“''-'"« PCNTA DEL ESTE. rruguay'the member nation.s will get lo-(,\P)—The Inter-American For- ueiher toward a common front— Ministers Conference look of a deadlock, with several big nations still apparently hold- three blocs today in wrangling over how Ix'st to tleal with Prime eign Ministers Conterence on not m'ces.sanly on the position of ,ng out again.vt any strong'actionof military^ Cuban Communism split ii>to the I nitcd States.    j,uch as the imi>osition of diplo-‘alerting the public; WiHKiward indicaltni 110 prwise malic and economic |H*nallies ad-^® milUaiy am    ; formula has >ct l>een workevi out vm atcHl by I S. .Srvretaiy ol Stat,-“'»*.    ' Minister Fidel Castro s threats to ^3,^ph the ap-Dean Huak    »    .h hemi.spherK* unity.    proval ot all the parlicipunts, but Failure of the conference to act    *    *** Argentina, one of the biggest he ItM.ktil lor deveiupm»Mit.s l»y ;p’ain.st the Castro regime might .    mil., and most    |M»wertul nations,    Wtxlnesday night.    have an adver.se effect in the I S    “v . ...‘^mi'i thi “is to! wariM‘d other members that the    p    j. sources felt any-Congress on President Organization of .American States    Alliance for Ibogress program, a    armed force not to insure seetion.s of the state by e rly men. con-istini: in Pa" »f '•‘'PlT'mornini!, «hen the latest nort'«r^ to written questions submitted to^^,^^    southward    into    th-1''*^,';™'' him in advance    Mexico    and    northern    Vex    I One question was as to his con-. Anti-Impact Bill mtH't with the ap-Dean Hm-k    wn.u    .rr.uieuu,.    >n..u.u    Muna.pal    AiriM.it    had rt t^e AbiitHH Weather Bureau .la proval ot all the participants, but Failure of the conference to act    #C    C ^ ^ lor deveiupment.s l»y aeain.st the Castro regime might ‘v.    .    .    f «u i ^OV6u F rOIT^ 1 Q EI    runw«y.-    Uiy,    .kits.,f an inch of .now with a mois- notions, w«lo,-s<ti,y muht.    hiivo    on    adverse    elhrt    in    the    I    S    ■    ^    P;“    ¡f "’-•.."’"l    ■ I VI I ■ I M ■ 1V ■    „„h,,    .,,,    «h.dule    ,u,..    .0:, al an toeh. Other thS. souiees fell any. 0«nKr.ss .« .■resident Ke.,~,l,V    of' Ke,«,rter.News Austin Bunan IWO.KI eleet, to «11 up hi.    "T'lZ    ''/f faces a danger of ‘‘'■'''"G'grati.m ^\hm‘loau'’Lil'ir’cunU2(!'‘bdlion‘'Im.jtH3 ^    .whfHluU    r^    Die    ‘    overnight    !ow** in'the'high 20’s unless a compromise formula m t,;.mnation will he voted by a Lalm Ameriea’.s dangerous ecu-    ‘f    on?tnally    reiMirted    fa-    t.reshound    rcix.rteil    r    o    m    e bad    We<lne-d,iv’:. hieh is found.    niaioritv if not the desired two- nomic ills.    oui . pact s Ve^idity got a    ^ vorably by the aimm.itee on ,oad conditions belwtvn Abil.*ne A U.S. spikesmnn still ev thirds niajnrity of the Oruanira-, Kennedy s team, iae.ne an ar-whiie ealline -li“-“...... to    s,    I)«y    «id pressed hope the meeting would tion of American sSiate-    ,    - Snow and ice from a “hii-and jtennral, Cuico and Cisco Junior run” norther was disappearing p.'ollege. Albany >chools were to raiiidly Tuesday uiuier cloudy lo. irmii ;:    at 2 30 p.m. so bu.ses paity cloudy skiee. ard slowly r:, Could make their scheduled runs mg tempera!ures although a num- more cautiously of Abilene area .schools re-' iv-hoolr at Fastlond and Moran al.so remained cio>ed Tuesday, iik* Ti .utic DiviMun of the Aai-There i: no indication of anv lenc Poiice Department reported lene Fat Stock show moved into    vveathermcn :^aid 42 weather • caused traffic acci- Highways in the area were dents Monday with only one rm-clear and diy with the exi cption .loi injury. of ;;)me iiet-' 111 NoL n C aunty, Tht* torec ’-d for Tuesday night the .Vtiiienc Disint t ottice ol Lhe Wcin. J.iy calls for cloudy St.,'c Highway Dept. refMit-ied lu pii.ri'y doudy skie,-: with slow-,\ t ontmenial An line:. >{Hjkes- ly n:;ing lamperdurei. man reps* * .1 ot-. iitions at Ab- j ,nu‘s Doty, met;a>rc!c-s;st at .\iilMirt had was ampion See FAT, Pg. 5-A, Col. 1 result in some indictment ol the Castro regime, but the situation^ remained extremely fluid Brazil, leader of fJie anti : punishment ItltK’, fJiviously has not tHuigefl an inch after two days of iH'tiind the st'eiies fiat gaining over whettier to punish; Castro with diplomatic 01 eco-i nomic jH'nalties or adopt a approach. ■’rhiTe is little prosjHs I of com belwt'cn    Abilene .........    i-------  .    Counta    .    t'ities    .'ind    Town.;,    bad    ,,nd    Dalla;. I Kcnneuy .« team, facing an ar- Eisenhower, while calling    for iSen    (Irady    Hazelwood    s I 0 p    p e    d    Bimn -ent to    the    Jurisprudence    The    bitter    cold nece-t.:tated the .    ,    ray of conflicting fears and a.spi-^    communi.sm.    dhe    bill    from    committee    consider-(•„„.,.Mondav    on    a    rmition    elo-mu    of    manv area    .-vtiuols The conference had    taken on the rations, apparently abandoned WEATHER any hope ol unanimity of the 2ó ■iiiid the “Communist menace’’:alion, tiemnalion, 'might tie tfMfthless I . >. Ill I'%H I Ml S I 01 C tlMMt.Kifc. HI Vlllt K HI Kr VI iHritOirr    I*««»    Ï .Vl Vim.FSr .VNU VICISllV «HaGiU* nìil(‘h» A UkìU.% to patita ( loud |'ut‘»dttv III»:!': <tiul WHkit-Mt,., m,., 11M11« tfim»cr«turfii Hash Tue* l.¿||in-.Ainericail 1.4IW IUfj»»Uv niKht In thr coultl lie exploited for |>o!itiral or feen nations on strong colhrtive Pun-tion to liH'onsider and i^hmenl ot the Cuban regime and ..E^,,pni,xm always distoHs.”Die journal the vole    . sougtil to salvage a majority con    h.ird: Hal lift bill was re-rclerred though it bv Nell Uordhm l.ane a: Centet llu/elwiMid otfenxi a mo- ’j,    .oted    v.iih vn vpitv? . on J    m.ide    h;'’i    elitpt^’.e    to )V W II' 1    p;;ii(,n    to    recori'v.ttei Me mvvhile, P ■< t I 1 f f liad Mv ’tal *0 leinain to hlONklV (U> iu-<ii ’    VI,    llltll    --- S.u. «I I''' 'h-iiihoi'k iiivolvwi ahiirp iiil-|,,ruilvnce and some »isvliim in d<-imi'iitary movi‘ «hich biinpv 11« '>'«;t..ndinii ouisaivc Ul —    ------ lut-juitfv niKrii in inr .    ,    .    . high ill’-- Ol low a«'» Hi«h wcdnrndiiv : eating a soit iwucy toward iuoai.,rt. in the hiiih IU'% Ol low 4«'»    j    ,,    ,    ,    ...    «*0> .tentiing oui.seivesl "    measure    back    lit'tore    the nations advo-! Eisenhower said he didn t hear,    at    any    time .Sonate ILizel ^ dictatorship trom    the; ,, srmi H 't kviicvi i k.\ vs mo*ilv and smaller oner feeling L astro ,    ' plete accord at this confereiuc, «huuiv m Muth, iwniv ciou«t»f in n«rth;    -»«a    ..mvi.uic f,.«!    ^    i o ,    I    „    ..,,1 jiHi cold iimIw» t'kirav ciourtv tonixht m»t!P*^^^^tiie acutely and anxuHis tor .•!-    ^    century    of    national « Brazilian SlSlkesman said „u.t,. ,„id m mulhwrM lmrM.uig,„,,.p|,    »»/.fmn    i    .    u Uru-.ll th« laroovi I utin .\mori. '    nnd    a    IiIIJb    warmer    Wedne*    i>«SlUVe    dCllOn,    serVlce, have yet tO mCC't the* «n nn iornuZI Inr r'sZd'.lr> '«*■'<".....  '    ’    '    Th-impa.sn plunaed ihc f«r..,«n;A,m.ru-iin military nllirnr «ho nostpommicnl of the formal    .mkuki«'ministers    of the    Organization of    viewed hini.self as    a budding    *\av uiniBht    Into    '4 MiKh    wediu'iiiBk vj »o 42    \niericaii    States    into complex    poltsin, or even a    H»i..putui,    and T«**» •»" qunrreU that clearly threatened'! suggest it is worthy of note that jhi'mispheric unity. However. hoiK*s,‘d rer'ent world history the three were expressed that the broad    dictator^»,    Hitiei,    MusmJhu fereiices of opinion would    Stalin,    came    from cjvil life glossiM over by .some compromise , lhe hearings began, it wa,-,    ,    ¡learned the stuiaturs have otv formula speeches which could frt'cze the position» of the 20 inter-American nations considering the ca.si* of; Cuba, the 21st. Brazil wants an-' other day to trade views and pro-i posals privately. The first plenary speech-making icssion was scheduled tonight. Rolieil F. Woodward, assistant ii-cretaiy of state for iiiter-Amen Mub IV l.V Ih 15 17 18 17 IS IS IH 1.^ Tl we» H VTl ».in r Ud 3 IM»    ....... 4 (H)    ......... 5 (MJ ________ b 00    ........ 7:00    .......... H 00    .....    ., S 00 10 00 ..... I! 00 12 00 IWiuniHer rfudiiiK 4t iumhi 2145 Humidity at ium>ii 52 iwi crot Hiah and luw tor 24 hours rndiii* a in 'Hi and II can alfairs, said in an interview,'*‘*“1 would emerge that the United Stales is hujietuli^    ¡unpunished. As others wrangled, the Cubans remained in the tiackground, more and more confident they from the meeting (•%    Tl»-.    Ill» 1 illV ,    1-    *!    V »»4    «    ......... fact, calmly present.Hl and di jthe t ommiltee on Jurispi-udeiue gested, so that we may act with. HazelwtKKiactmn is a pailia nj-,u ,,f \ngclo. Ju; i-prudent» Com!r 3t»*t* chairman, (or :* heui-ing on the bill at 2 t> m Wediie;, day Ttu'rc ntiw apfie.ais a t^» .atnlity th'«t the HazelwtMH tiKive may make the hearing unne».»-s;.n In the Hoii.-'e. Rep Truett Lat iint'r tif ,\bi!ene olitaau’d a putilie hearing dale on his twt» lmpa<*t bill Rep tieurgk I’re.don ot Par-i i.>, ehairman of (he House Com rnitlee on Municipal ami Private t orpoi tilion:., said he would havc' the heuiing either Thursday atl ernuon or Friday. PreToii raid it will t»t Thurs diiy aflernotm if the House voles to adjoujii tor the weekend on Thui'.stiay. If a House m*ssioii is pUuHHHl Frida>, the htaring will ,he that atiernmin. aay wiUi , V, .‘d Tj< ..dav !,„> M (    -    tv    vipt of .St dix--' ( live Piet-1'    .1 (b.a n.; "-«'V I’.lliui. ; t--.nl ;e.vi    \N > lie .a d ttiifl ' o < I -p y-'-ie !i' I e til a I I! VLUied low of ■Mund l.V s teiripv‘r.a.L;:'e onlv 8 dégree;,. îrum a 18 to a high of 26 An overnight m^^íely wa.s the I ..¡lid vi;:-.iptH'a! ance oí the ice •i.d --now whh h teli Mcedny Doty ‘d i iip.l'mntien Ui' ground heat Im' plus afmosphenc condition» he’n-id It“' t Hid raiuw to evH|M>-aiid l;c 1 iiv W id were mostly culm .Munda.v iv^iii cin.uued Te-. pS ic > n i uits a'ld liiH's and tamed some Information that Sec retary ot Detense Koliert S McNamara declimd to give them-the names of iiulividuats in the Defense Departintmt who blue-pencilled specific speeches. NEWS INDEX Foil ToHOt Paid Exomptiont Claimed Total 1961 PoMt, Exomptt Rtcord (I960) . , . , Deodlin«......... . 1. H'li lue d.tv bill were to ■‘¡H'M V\:-llU d.iV .\!i .\niiene eity v hue'; I-Mil W( ;    op-';; ,\r: ' .vtiooi. which - ;    w'd    iue;«i.;v    ii    *    »'icd    c t>ieman.    power i- iCv. heid up    in good    fash- Santa    ,\nna,    M-Zkne.    T    ilpa    Cen-    ion umw the bad    sjiell of    cold wcathO' iiev-'ial meetings were post p ined N - .'.;-e ol the wc dhei An Am« I u an .VrsiHiution of Re; red Pt r ails ineedng sctied-ultsj Tut-d.jv at •» 50 pm in the Fh-,1 Ntvdv P .>!k C.i !d Room w.;:. tanceii.'d uidil tti'itier notice \V    VV    R -id    Bre-kecr.dge Chaad'r ')i v‘uirnierce pr«*?,ulem, ,-iid l ir-    :    tuiiiijuet    viiir'd- lui Tuc-d.:: 0    7 p in in the -iniiuaii Le:;<on I    d' had    t*een •t* 'hcilukHl toi Monday, Jan. ÎB, al 7 p ni. 10 lhe    uii* locaUoii. SECTION A Brtdgo To Your Good Heoltk Amutemcntt Sporti SECTION B Editonoli Womon'i n«wi .... Comici    .    .    - Obitworioi    .    .    . RodiO-TV tofi .... 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