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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES W E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Coofer YEAR, NO. 223 ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Prea (ff) NIXON IN BAR Former Vice President Richard Nixon shakes hands with bartender Boh Keusch in a downtown San Francisco tavern Thursday while cam- paigning. Nixon is seeking the Repiihljcan nomination to run for the governor- ship. Nixon, who lives in Los Angeles, is conducting a series of GOP pep talks and a small personal campaign in San Francisco. (AP YVirepbolo) U.S. Puts on Pressure In Cuba Quarantine Mutineers Threaten Massacre LEOPOLDVILLE, [lie Congo mutineers have Ihreatened to massacre Catholic missionaries at (he Kivu Province (own of Hindu just as they did in Kongolo on New Year's Day, the United Nations reported today. A U.N. spokesman saici the world body is making plans to deal with the latest threat to Eu- ropean lives. Ratliff Bills Clear Panel; Latimer's Co in 'Freezer' Reporter-News Austin Bureau Senate committee gave the pos- AUSTIN A Kuuse committee.sibility of life to Sen. David Hal- put Rep. Truelt Latimer's anli- 'iff's anti-Impact bill. Impact bilk into deep freeze Fri- The Senate committee on juris- prudence gave a unanrnous and avorable report on the Stamford .senator's SB 12. thus bringing it 'out of the committee where it 'has linen bottled up all week. But since only four days remain in the session, chances of passage [appear slim. But at least Ratliff has both his bills on the Senate calendar if he can muster a two-thirds majority lo suspend the rules and bring Ihem to a Senate vote. The Senate adjourned at noon day morning only hours befori! scheme of the incorporation between the prohibitionists ''simply a matter lo gel around and the bootleggers." He replied that he thought it'.He said the bill was discriminal- was only a local bill which 'ectcd Ihe city of. Piano. Matter of Liquor Latimer asserted the af- ing against one area only. Rep. Dan Strube of Campbell jton said he heard rumors that wholcM'thcre is an unholy alliance ex- he liquor laws." Two Austin attorneys who were to appear in behalf of Rep. V. E. Berry of San tonio called Abilene "for alcohol drinking town in Texas." waived their rights to les- Slight Moisture Recorded Here Skies cleared and fair to partly reconvene Jfonday.'eloudy weather is the oullook for iCounty tify. But John D. Cofcr of Austin, who represents Perkins in the baltle, spoke against the bill. Cofer told Ihe committee (hat Ihe validating r.cl of 1961 con- tained a provision that the law would not apply to any suit in liti- Friday lo morning. '.S a t u r d a y following Thursday Stnl to Siib-CommiHct night's brief shower which left He said the act became effect- In the House, (he Committee on'-02 al an moisture at Aug. 2fi after the Supreme Municipal and Private Corpora-jWcalher Bureau, tions delt Latimer's bill lo ;Mn-l AS Hie shower LUCKY LUCIANO htarl atlacU 'court handed down ils decision ____ moved on impact's incorporation and be- validate" Impact a setback Fri.'easlward. Easlland received .05 fore quo Warranto suit was morning when Albany .02 overnight Vice Lord Luciano Dies NAPLES. Italy (AP) George Prcslon referred the lo a sub-committee. The sub-cnmniiltee is composed; o( Reps. Obie Jones of Austin. Chief Mcleorologist C. E. Kilch- Icr said the oullook calls for cool- er weather Friday night and Sal- Cofcr told the commitlee that Uruguay Joins Kidglove Group PUNTA DEI, ESTE. Uruguay United States fought Sodas1 for stern notion against mel throughout the morning with foreign ministers n[ three nations of the firoup Argentina. Chile Castro communism, but hopvsjand Brazil. Km the se.ssinn broke sagged sharply under the prns-iup without any progress toward sure of mounting oppositionlbudgiiiK (lie opposition, particu- among its hemispheric partners. Inrly Brazil. Tlie men Uruguay joined Ihe ranks of Ihe so-called soft seven favoring kid- i glove treatment of the Havana Fidel furlhcr meetings 'his afternoon. The deadlock tossed the Inlcr- Amcrican Foreign .Ministers Con- regime of Prime Minister r'idel'fercnce hack another 24 hours. 'astro. The ministers agreed to extend The eight nations evidently in- the deadline for presentation of a tended to pull the teeth from U..S. resolution for inclusion in the t'i- proposals to quarantine Castro- rial conference act. The deadline ism, fct up safeguards against now 7 p.m. Saturday filtration, sever trade links mull This givcs n di-um Havana out of dcliborntums'sunday to reach a final agrre- of the Organization of if the lMKet 'tww 51 Jt 'Monday morning is to lie mel. The sudden adherence of nusk as he j ft guay, Ihe host nation, to the seven bloc imperilled prospects' for Ihe necessary two-thirds vote spokesman said for stern measures. wf Progress." Some delegates admitted said impasse had been reached, but l an still expressed confidence some some solution will be found nal inn's rgcntina said is Dial "Wo a soiution must find jthis weekend. inuickK-" Uruguay's foreign minister. Ho-: mero Martinez Montero. rnd -Moxico "Uruguay now can be counted" iwilh the seven memlwrs who op- pose economic sanctions and so lt seven-objected hit- ler tough aspects of the four-point tcr'-v (o thc L'-s- support of most r members of the ?o- program presented Thursday by (AP WlitobBln) CAROLEE REAM, BRKNDAN CAVANAGH 88 cents in change the U.S. plans for a watchdog committee against sub- College Pitches in to Get Air Fare for 'Sweetheart1 ROA.N'OKE, Va. 'API Ihe plane (ickel which cost i Ream. "I e.xpcctcd Brendan s said the sweetheart of Sigma Chi'S329.l2. jmaybc a fraternity brother 1I.U10.K1J 1C. Secretary of Slate Dean Rusk. Tho Ullcd Stalos Rusk and Venezuelan Foreign! he committee set up by the in- Minister Marcos Falcon Briceno tor-American defense board. This would lend to give it a military character. Opponents object lo the mili- Itary look and demanded that any jsucii committee be within (he 'framework of thr OAS council as ja sort of political consultative This could be regarded as jwatcring down the impact. There are also objections to llhe process by which Cuba read on! of OAS Ixxlics. Work- lo as she stepped down the ramp; She was blinded, as she stepped of Ihe plane from Los Ihe plane, by photographers' meet look at Ihis." ing groups wcrc ,rying (Q ;a formula bc accept. The sweetheart of Sigma to most. The main point in F5iifiis of Beaumont. Henry Fletcher of Tailing, and Stanley Boysen of Yoakum. The sub-committee chairmnn is Rrn. Ben H Lewis of Dallas. Some of tiie committee mom- hers are believed tn hoslile' to the moves lo crush Impact. Lewis challenged Lntimer on! Friday is lo be mild with overnight low is expected lo be 30-35. .Saturday'? expected high is lo near 45. Thursday night's others objected lo "The Impact monopoly, they can have option election, there." Cuter saiil he didn't know !i-! quor was involved in the case) until he heard Kplen call Im "Hi." said her jusl-aboul-bustcdjflashbulbs, and almost fell. Mayor.won't have much chance to be'lhis i? that Brazil, Mexico and beau. Willis Anderson cpicsenlmg Ronnoke scmoi, j IMPACT. PK. 8-A, Col. 3 I Their started last summer loaned lo C'avanngli by Hoanoke automobile dealer. Pickets Are Still Up ;whim Cavanash met Miss Ttenm at a Sigma Chi convention in Miami, where she was named intcrna-j tion.il sweetheart of Sigma Chi.! One thing led lo another andj Mrs. Rockefeller Won't Get Divorce their way. the effect could be at least to delay Cuba's ejection. .Members of the all of disagree with the U.S. coll for an end to the present limited trade between .Cuba and Latin America. This [proposal, in effect economic sanc- tions, is aimed primarily at stop- !ping the arms trade in both I Brazil led the nalinns balking at -slerti treatment of the Havar.a imp papers. Luciano claimed the pardon was granted for, services he rendered lo the U.S. Navy just prior to Ihe invasion of Sicily. After eight months in Italy, lie took a trip lo Cuba. An uproar followed in Ihe United Slides and Luciano was bounced right back to Italy. Police in this keot an tyt on him, since he always s incorporation and said he doesn't "believe the legislalure should be concerned with a mono-opoleslic one-man proposition." Kplen claimed Impact does not qualify as a (own or village un-dr-r incorporalion laws. He con ccntralcd much of his testimony on the fact thai "only about 20" people have voted on each Impact issue including local construction companies. also set up a picket line at Ibc Wcstgale Shopping Center and Hardin Simmons Student Union sites. Tlie unions were protesting against Employees' Electric Corp.. Shiflrt Brothers Consl. Co., and Henderson and unw pany w wages ai are gellii fits on tl We have that arc per hoiii scale the Massey was paying union scale journeymen electricians! ing scale wages and benc- hc side (hat exceed scale. 1 some men on Ihe payroll are drawing 35 to 50 cents, icr (ban any wage scale they IBKWi have set heart ol Sigma Chi flew into.r-ltorney. John Clark. town-with B8 cents in WEATHER T. S. DKIMKT.tlE.NT IIF K IMrnlhrr 10-AI AI.'H.KNK. AMI VICINITY changelpbia. was quoted as saying lhal was Ihe governor uho pressed. jfor the couple's sepnralion. wbichl was announced lasl Xov. 17. "My sisler is hcavlbruki-n over tho brtakinj; up of her marriage." i Clark was (I'.iotod. "It was 'lim-kefcllcr. not my sister, who ii.itiiiled Ihe separation action. FAME OR DEATH? TOMORROW TO TELL rumored lo be one of the big men. He said lhal only 55 of the 70j More lhan a dozen contractors! The union wage scale for jour- ri.- in internalionp.l crime. Thcylhouses in Impact's 4R acres were met at Ihe office of the AssociatedSneymon electricians is S3.374 am.nu' -Snci "fii'fed lu it only rclucl.muy. j picked him up often for question-occupied at (he time of incorpora-General Conlractors Thursday hour. Carncnlers' scale is The Associated Press was un-i ing about such things as nar- tion. cotics rings hut always let him As Ixwg TlKy Votf go. In 1948 they barred him fromj Rep. .lames Barlow of San An- Rome. NEWS INDEX HCTKJN A SECTION I 7 .6-7 I K..W, TV tonio asked what difference it makes to the I-cjjislalure what the rcsulls of the election are so long as Ihe citizens of the town vole. Rep. Henry A. Fletcher of Lu- ling said he sugseslw. that "Ihe people who went lo the expense of hiring you (Bplcn) ought lo rent those 15 'unoccupied) houses. If only 20 have been voting, they could carry an election." Lalimcr was asked why he vot- ed for Ihe validation act of IDS! if he is opposed to Impact's in- corporation. and plumbers scale is S3.75. Partly np.ir: ..uln .mitM picket lines Thursday but returned to work on the proj- ects Thursday afternoon. C. 0. Shiflet. co-partnei in Shif- let Hroihors Const. Co.. said Ihnl workers "went riulit on" wllhl their work despite (he union pick- iiR. "We didn'l have nny trou- ble with (hem." he said. The affected contractors said thnt almost all of Iho workers on (he three were non- union. TKMPKK mcnls attributed lo me story are amirale." What ore the emotions of a man about to go in- to orbit5 A moment of drama awaits, but overshadow- ing it all, a moment of peril also. How does Lt. Co. John When the .lotirn.il American re-! H ,he Q5tlO. naut, feel as Saturday approaches? questioned Clark about dc- in tlic story. Clark replied: "Ilcing otic ihe counsel in- 1. no (or 21-hnun tUlli and i a in.: A? aril -1J. Iliih nml mmr >r cl ami 12. Sunirt U.st nljhl K .16: txl. :K; tnnlchl: IV.. Karomvtrr at xxw: w cnt. volvrd in the mnlter. I cannot make any furlher commcnl." jj I Told of Clark's remarks, Alan Hallway, Ncwsday managing said his Michael interviewed Clark in ami that Ihe notes were now before Hathway. They Read the interesting, compelling Associated Press story nbout Col. Glenn on T-Day-Minus- one, on Page 4-A of this edition.
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