Abilene Reporter News, March 10, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 10, 1962, Abilene, Texas f "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron 81ST YEAR, NO. 266 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1962—TWENTY-TWO PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Press (/P) Parts of 5 States Given Disaster Tag War Claims Lives of 16 In Algeria By ANDREW BORIWIEC ALGIERS, Algeria <AP) - Algeria’s macabre war within a war claimed the lives of 16 Moslems, including four women, under fire of French security forces in Oran Friday. Three died in a skirmish with police, and 13 in a barricaded warehouse. Terrorist bombs killed a soldierj at a French barracks in Algiers and dcistroyed a hotel that was used until recently by special government antiterrorist agents. Violence deepened the gulf between the army and European settlors who dread a prospective peace agreement that would mean independence for Algeria. Peace talks continued between French and Algerian rebel negotiators at Evian, F'rance, however, and there was an ^b in thej Tunisian frontier battle that hasi accompanied the talks. The Oran action developed in a Moslem suburb. Security forces were shaking down the neighborhood in a house-to-house search for weapons after a series of attacks on Europeans. Pirfice said the first shots were fir^ by Moslem terrorists. The shots were reported aimed at officers investigating a fire in a Moslem store, '^'e police fired MRS. KENNEDY’S ITINERARY — Map shows route Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy back, killing three Moslems, and take on her flying trip abroad. The First Lady left New' York Friday night radioed for assistance.    |    to spend the weekend in Rome before sta:*ting her semi-official visit in India and Troops and additional policei Pakistan. (AP Wirephoto) ru.shed to the area. Dozens of Moslems streamed to ON WAY TO INDIA a warehouse and, tightly packed,!— - barricaded themselves within it. Troops drew fire when they approached, police said, and responded with bullets that killed 13. There was no announcement of security force casualties. The Algiers Radja Hote, which was used as a hideout by special government agent* called “the bearded ones," was destroyed by a powerful explosion. Police said no one was injuretl, that the building had been vacated after a East Gets More Stormy Weother By THF. A.S.S0C’1,\TED PRF>»S j A disaster declaration entitles A new storm moved in Friday | sitricken areas to nvassive federal as the devastated eastern sea-financial aid to repair public fa-board fought to clear a monu- cilities. Private home owners in mental mass of debris from thej six states were covered under a worst winter gale in its history.! President Kennedy, rrwanwhile,    STOR.M, Pg. 4-.A. CN. 3 designated sections of five states as disaster areas. The new' storm dropped seven; inches of .snow on parts of Geor-, gia, then moved up into Virginia,! with the ravaged states of D^'la-ware. Maryland and New Jersey; in its path.    : However, the Weather Bureau held out hope that the snow would turn to rain and that winds, wouldn’t go above 25 miles per hour—in contrast to 84 m p.b. I gusts that marked the big storm earlier in the week. First Lady Takes Jet For Weekend in Rome Bv FR.A.NCES LEWINE iMrs. William Layton, a friend. Anson Man Hit, Killed By Auto ANSON—Benjamin W'ylie Joh.1- 'iie American'Red Crass set up “"'    A’“"" a disaster relief headquarters at' Wilmington, Del., to atd victims;!^*® street at 2nd St and High-of the .storm in Virginia. Mary-'^t^^y 27V about 7:10 p.m. Friday, land. Delaware, New Jersey and Driver of the car was identified New York. A separate headquar-tby Chief of Police Tonv Parson* ters in Manteo, N.C.. handled that as James Edward Hughes, 19. of state    Route 3, Stamford, In Washington, the Agricultu« Depar^nent listed 17 damagedi*#*    u* counties m four state, where T.’'    ¿'S'.''T*»'''■ "* fanner, may obtain emergency    ."“Bhes told him he was credit to replenish property, live-»"^"2 cf” and was Slock and land damaged in ihe''»”'"'"''    ‘''a«'' Storm.    not see Mr. Johnson until contact But the biggest financial    made, promised to develop from Presi- -'tr Johnson, who lived on E. dent Kennedy’s designation as dis ;7th St., here, was a part-time aster areas hard-hit sections of employe of the North Side Service .New Jersey. Maryland. Delaw are Station His brother. Perry, live* and Virginia, which took a bat-(in the south part of AnstMi, tering from the coastal storm. Lawrence Funeral Home wiD First Lady were included in this .Also included was West Virginia.¡announce funeral plans group. Mrs. Kennedy had a day in New York before she departed NICE RATTLESNAKE — Mrs. Hylton Jarvis speaks softly and carries a long snake stick when she is around this rattlesnake. It has been in a window display at the sporting goods store where she works. This snake’s country cousins are being plagued by hunters as the annual 3-day Sweetwater Jaycee-spon-sored Rattlesnake Roundup began Friday. Story and more pictures on Pg. 1-B. (Staff Photo by Jimmy Parsons) w hich suffered from floods last . week.    •; In Trenton. N J.. Gov. Richardi J. Hughes, whose state suffered: $100 million in damages and the House. NEW YORK (APi—Jacqueline Providencia Pardes. Mrs. Kenne-number of rightist European Kennedy, stylishly clad in a leop-jdy’s personal maid; Jay Gildner, crrt Army Organization attacks on 3^    ^oat and black acce.sso-ias.sistant press secretary; James it in the past with bazookas and    jsiew York by commer-1 Jeffries and John Powers, Secret machine guns. There were ru-jdai’jetliner Friday night for a Service agents; and Cecil Stough-1 for    Europe. She spent an    hour mors, unconfirmed that the spe-jweekend in Rome before .starting den. Harry Markley and Joseph and    a    half in    the morning    at a cial agents have been called back her simiofficial visit to India jGiwdano, whom the airline did Park    Avenue    specialty    dress to France.    Her    sister. Princess l^ee Radzi-mot identify.    ¡shop, Chez Ninon, where she fre- Bombing of the Orleans bar- will, accompanied her.    '    Only    five    other    pas.sengers'^^^*^^^y    clothes.    _ racks in Algiers infuriated its gar- The big Pan American transat-jtraveled fir.st clas.s They in-    .................."" rison.    lantic let was due in Rome at'eluded Skouras and Koegel.    ^    -    -    1 | A soldier »a, killed and two’'-'»    jW0ClWQT6r tlOnOrS were wounded when a blR plastic‘'O“'' ‘I'gM-    an<i    that    of    her    M-year.old    ▼▼    TT    %•    1    ^    ■    ■ IWIIWI I bomb a favorite weaoon of the    belonging    to    sister.    I nhke the usual traveler iDomo. a lavonie weapon oi    ^    rnnolo    n.,:««    ik««    u.^a *Ko ¡secret army iof a latrine jpected it was planted by WEATHER *. DFPCRTMKVT OF COMMF.RC« »F^THFR RtRFAt «Wfülhrr Mas Paae 9-A» a favoriip wpinon of the    trunks    belonging    to    sister.    I    nlike the usual traveler irmy, blasted off the trontl'^e Pr«idenfs la^ ami a couple ;nym^^ to Kurope. 'hey had the ^ I !    ft _ „ _l_ _ „ _ _ „ nne.Md.ury.™.sus--p»».ciiTT, KansDcrger It was planted by some i.- „a ‘ . 'r,    a    •    ^    ^ 'civilian employe tf the barracks. IS BURTON THE REASON? Liz and Eddie May Break Up, LA Newspaper Says lo.ss of 12 lives in the big storm,;*’ said    he had received    confirmation! fnr    hi« arpa from thp White ^BU-FNF    .VNT)    variNTTV iRadiua « tor    niS area irom me "‘»‘‘“imile*! -    ctai^y and continued ' mild thrnufli Saturday with acxttcrod : »howert and thunder showar«. Clouihf. ' Mi»Tiin* colfiar Sunday, with noaaihiltty for ; lieht rain Htah Saturday 70. low Saturday ni«h* Yi. hith Sunday VS in 60. NORTH r«'NTRAI. TEXC.S cloudy .Saturday Hirooih Sunday Scat-teifd llrht ahowrri mainly aaat Saturda.v. Sj altered thowar* and thundamhowara Sunday. A lit!la warmar Saturday and Sttiirday nitht Tiirnin* coldar Sunday, Hieh Saturday M~7n NORTHWKST TF:XAS Mo«tly cloudy .Saturday throuah Sunday Srattarad li«f*t rain north Saturday ntjtht and okar araa Sunday A liWla warmar aouth Saturday, Tummy colder north Saturdai niyht and ovar araa Sunday Hlah Saturday S7 north, to 73 aouth StllTUWEST TFXVS Mostly rkxidjr with occaaional ahowara Saturday and SW'EETWATER — A school    ^j|. {.'orce presently has;Hii^*Lturda^ ^rh*n«a m tamparatur«. ’    »    .„-a-    __    1    _     :i.-___J    1    ^    I    «vKi    ««»irtj By LANE TAIJU’RT Reptirter-News Staff Writer Aeronautical Systems Division of the .Air Force Logistics Command, TFMPFRVTl RF» Sé 34 ■a 34 ■>4 34 » .35 .3« 61 6.1 l>ri. p a. «5 .. M «7 reported Fri- in Rome all week to achieve an picture. Richard Burton. .    ,    Fisher    and    Miss Taylor could! day.    |agre.-ment with the couple.    comment in! ena ineir marriage because "sne The ne3vspaper said in an ex-|.    /b*"    nu    m .    "    jR<»*Ti<’-    Rul    a    family spokesman ’^jy'P' ^i'riTOp^’rT" was cit^ ^as“’!!!" Richard Burton, the law» Angeles manager. Kurt Frings, had been I    Herald- Examiner said Fisher had left LOS ANGELES i.\P> — Eliza- Herald Examiner bclh Taylor and Fàddie Fisher will end their marriage because “she emblems President Kennedy used a Pan American spokesman to give out.    said    eight seats were converted! Among the 111 passengers were ¡into two lierths in a curtained Spyros Skouras, head of Mh Cen- rear stxiion of the plane for the tury-Fox, and Otto Koegel. 20th two VIP pa.s.sengers .Such berth* minlrtrator and a railroad en-    , u. t . i j Century’s chief counsel, flying to,normally are used only for sick gineer, men whose civic leader-!    et o ugica ai lay Fn Home amid reports of the break-¡persons.    ship    paths    cross    in    juvenile up of actress Elizabeth Taylor's    Although    fir.st-clas.s    passengers were honored    here Friday night    The    first, he said, is the capa- marriage to singer Fkidie Usher, are free    to    circulate    about    the ¡by fellow Sweetwater citizens, jbility    in    general warfare to de-l '‘■•'''I;;'' i" I'!’    H A. Chfl.    principal of John    feat the    enemy as quickly as! studios Cleopatra bi'ing pro-¡are not permitted to enter first-!« i «vr-,«    Kihool    w    »s    u    •    .    ' duced in Home. Published reportsjdass compartments    while    maintaining    strong- in California link her romantical-l    About    20    new* per.sonnei    and’ . «    an »»mnlove    t nited States. Iv to her costar in that motion nhntn«antwr* travplme with the ^    Ran.>>berg€r,    an    employe    ^be    aerial    military    pm ly to her co.star that motion photogtapher* traveling with the,^^    the    branch    must    be    abi to conductj««k1^ ‘jf 1 «> 2 IM 3 no 4 00 5 00 é 00 7 00 « no f 00 10.Ü0  ----- — 11 no    — 12 00    —    ^ Hixh *iM) ktw for 24-houri Midiag    f 70 and 32 «5 03 «I «0 NEWS INDEX grbt UMlrat l\tpontr-.ntwi Siiiul ‘ty \\ e \ isit tlie (¡ilv ol (¡lydo (¡Ivtle, tlic grtiwifig litllf* «ily tu \l»ilciic'n cast, io viéitrd in llic MHiiiiii «d «mr arca-city ét rie». Sitirico on Llytlc'é atlivilv, itik gtivciiitiM'iitf clitirclu'o and citi/cns in Suinlay » Hc|uHtci-Ncw». A- S|uiii}i h'awln<»n> íspriiig will arrive for fashion - coiixciou* W col ’l «*xao wtniicii witli the Siiiulav W oni-en’o jNfclioii oiiowing of tin* ocaoon’o |ircl-lifot new looks ill ouitM, ilreoocM and acceo-►orieo, "A W oiuenN Club ()|'|'ir(‘rs Officer* ami award» of the Me»ijiiite Di*-Iriel of i't*\a* f eileralion of W om«*n’* < Julio will lie aiinotinet‘d wilii riqiort tif ilie eon-vcntiiiii liosled in Sweetwater March d-lU, uml, as usual, lulvsl spot and snort news ridiculous.’ New York City police escorted c . J.    J    I.    I    ,tbe hatless First I.ady to the air- Rome when he duscovered Ihe al- ^ About .W persons lining the leged romance and return^ »"'yiierm.nal buiUlins applaudi-d as when hi, wife was rushed to a! Espilai He w^as reported s ill living at the Appian Way villa    Kennedy    smiUd,    but    did Hollywood source* were unable See LIZ. Pg. 4-A, Col. S SECTION A Obituaries .......... t. 4 Amusemtntt......... . . 5 ' Sports . .......... . 6-8 1 Bridg* ......... 9 Rodio-TV logis ........ 9 ! Oil ntws ........... .. 11 1 TV Scout ______ . . 12 ; SECTION 1 I Church ntws ....... .. 2 1 Womtn's news ........ . 2. 3 Comtes ........... . 4, 5 past 17 years, won the Outsland- select operations in limited waring Young Man of 1962 Award The honoree* received plaques See IIO.VORS, Pg. 4-.A, Col. 6 at the annual banquet co-sponsor-ed by the Sweetwater Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Sweetwater Board of City Devel- Some 2W) jiersons at the awards Sunx-t I«»: night f rS; nuariM todnFi * 36. iun»rt toni(hl    < 43 Ratromrtrr rcadin* at 9 p m ' 27 9*. Hunudity at 9 p.m. §3 par cttA. the filming of the $2.->-million epic, raphers The Kennedy official party' Ediioriolt traveled first class. Tliey included; Form newi, merk*»t 6 10 craft and weapons. Gen Davis, commander of the SADNESS ABOARD LAST WAGON WEST George the Horse Dies Leon Giliii, hi* wife and the family of six from Providence Forge, Va , early this week looked forward with happy anticipation to their arrival in Abilene lafMiard “Th4* l.a»t Wagon West” Mrs Gillis’ brother, Oliver Ko-jland lives at ‘XMn S <kh St., and j she planned a nice visit, Hai bara, 13 year-old daughter, was ex^nH't-ing a happy birthday Saturday and Allen Dale, 16, entertained itleas of getting a horse to ride the remainder ol the distance to Ixis Angeles. All of (hat was changed Thursday night by the death of George, one of the two horses pulling the uimmtm AwfMW    I after apparently eaung somrthing the family to continue its trip tO: .As for education of the children, which poisioned him. He died a the west coast    Mrs    GiUis is teaching the young- ,h«rt while blcr.    j    The    family    i.    Uym lo net >    ,.h,w,.e„,    wlw    ranse    in    a*e    from With the remaining horse (iracie repiaccment for the horse so they    j..^ {HiUing the wagon and with the can complete the trip, ’’I'd like glir^h and arithrm'tic books help uf a I«,h hy the i hildren. to pel a horse for my birthday « the wagon pullwl into .Abilene rri-iwe can go the rest of the vay,    j day at 12 :M) p.m. The Gillis fam Barbara »aid How can they af-'    .    k    i    r,,    t ily has parked on the First State!ford to s|;H*nd eight inoiuhs on    ‘ ^ »*kn st*nool    stiAwnU    —    wno. Bank parking lot    such a trip' Well,    Gilli.s said they,^*^ getting a broad ht>erai educa-| “This is the worst thing    that    could make a trip    like    this cheap- tbeir fath« belwves - has happtaied to us the entire,er than they could Ifve at home.pronwrted a graile 'trip,” Gillis lamenttHi Friday af He operates a combined sporting    to    Virginia,    providetl    th^: jternoon. He explained that    the    gooils and restaurant    business in*P^**’*. ^ battery of te.k'ts to    wl horse was just like one of    the    Virginia.    admuusl«ed by education    offi-i family. “The children cried for IXiring the trip his partner has    ! two hours after George died,”¡been taking care ot the businesi.l    So    far, the    family's    plans    re-i Gillis added.    The GiUlsi^ left    last    September main a little vague Their    con- m Qtíiímmjumms    ^ — tfnenr tii Ittrrfg.    *    IRtfft    *mt    Wi CITIZEN liONOKEES — Bill Kansbcrger. named Outstanding Young Man, and Hugh principal of U*wis Elementary School, was as Outstanding Citizen, at a banquet Friday nsored by the Sweetwater Board of Cit;* left, waA A. ClifU: selected night co^ DevAloj ;

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