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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               'W1THO.UT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 81ST YEAR, NO. 275 ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Press (IP) Reds Will Negotiate On Test Ban Treaty New Prospects MAINLY OKINAWA CELEBRATION Andres Pramini, left, Peronista candidate for governor, in Buenos Aires Province, is hugged by Vincente Saadi, president of pro Pcron Party, as election returns poured into parly headquarters Sunday night. At right is Jeronimo Izstla, another Populist candidate. (AP Wirephoto) Argentine Leaders Urge Intervention In Elections Kennedy Eases Island Control WASHINGTON (API-President Kennedy granted the Ryukyu is- Okinawa new advances in self government to- day. At the same lime he an- nounced plans for stcpped-up economic assistance and said again thai U.S. militry bases will remain there. In an executive order and ac- companying statement Kennedy recognized islands as the U.S.-administered part of the Japanese ihe present million ceiling on assistance to the islands. 4. Submitting lo Congress new programs (o improve public lieallh, educalion and welfare services in the- Ityukyus and bet- ter wages (or Ryukyuan em- ployes of U.S. forces. 'Hie execuiive order will also lengthen the term of Ryukyuan legislators from two to three years and make technical BUENOS AIRES tine military commanders met today to throw up political road- blocks against a return to power by Peronisls-, landslide victors in Sunday's election. .Under pressure from Ihe armed forces, President Arluro Frondizi studied dclnils of a decree for fed- eral inlervenlion in alli'i'rovinces where followers of exited ex-dic- tator .Tuan.D. Peroii won gover- norships. The Peronists, jubilant in vic- tory, are biltcr foes of Fronrtizi's tcrvcniion by Yankee im- perialism. Fromlizi's administration pro- claimed the loan as a major step '.or Argentina under the Alliance 'or Progress program. But it had come so swiftly the adminislra- adminislralion and Alliance of the U.S. for Progress WEATHER program, which is intended to combat communism and Castro Ism and raise the economic lev- els of Latin America. Frondizi talked privately at Government House with all his civilian Cabinet ministers. Tlie conferences set off a rumor that the Cabinet had resigned. Min isters denied this when they emerged from the executive of iice. Bui rumor persisted that there would be a shakcup in the wake of Ihe administration's de- feat at the polls. Chiefs of the armed forces called on Frondizi before dawn to demand intervention and the resignation of Interior Minislei Alfredo Vitolo, who is reported lo have insisted earlier this month that the Peronisls long barred from political allowed to run. Vitolo was reported to have submitted his resignation lo Frondizi, Worry over the consequences of the Peronist victory was reflected in a government order for a one- day bank holiday. This banned all financial and foreign exchange transactions.. Government House sources an nounced this morning lhat Fron dizi has ordered federal controls in all Peronisl-won provinces, which would enable him to ap- point civilian or military loaders lo head the governments. They said if such federal con- trol continued past May election winners were due lo take election results coult! bo nullified. But the announcement sccmcc premature. Hours Inler no official word had been released on jusl what form the federal control would take. Under Argentina's conslilution Ihe president cnn replace provin cial authorities with his own men in Ihe event of subversion or a threal lo the republican form o: government. Frondizi has'done this Iwice be fore, in Iho provinces of Cordobi and Salra, but never on a scale thai would mean B :freoly held election. He ha! been critical for years of a rev olutionnry government lhat so minified a provincial election in 1831., Dcnlnl to Peronists of the fruit. of Iholr Sundny victory couli ipark disorders and chaos. A dollar loan whie! United Stales extended to Ar gfcPlinn three weeks ago WHS de nwincer! by Fromlizl's opponent M the election cnmpnlgn as In U. S, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WRATHKR BUREAU (Wralhrr Map, 4.R) AIULEM-: A.XIi VICINITY iRadius 40 miles) Partly cloudv and mild ttinmi" Tuesday. High both 70-75. Momli ilEhr tow of 55-W. Scattered .onirM and Tuesday. NOHTH TEXAS C MTU Illllc chance (n (cniPeraturc (otlay east t'lnishl. A few day. tonlihl 55...... KJ1VC1-S 1 NOimiWKSr TEXAS near to part- ly cloudy today tonlnht. Tuesday aitd n few uicely scattered thun- ifcrshowers. No LmtKirlarU chnnefa. I jaw lonlshl 35 in lo 55 in Hish Tuesday p.m, 5: TO :00 fA 63 12-00 70 lsh and low for 2Mwurj M fil 61 W III. noon: ._ llish and and 39. Sim.'Ol r.lflhl: xunrUe tod; lonlvht: Hatompler rcatlfnt at noon: 28.W. Humility al noon: 64 per cent. same dale laM year ion did nol have precise plans Iraftcd for use of the money. Robert Mills McClintock, Ihe new U.S. ambassador lo Buenos Aires, said Argentina was the key o the Alliance for Progress be- cause Ibis nation offered human snd natural resources lhal could produce results faster 'under the jirogram than other, more trou- bled nations of the Americas. Communists backed Ihe Peron- isl campaign. An unofficial and incomplete count gave Peronist parties in the Juslicialisla Front Frondizi Intransigent Radicals and the anli-f'rondiz People's Radicals No patty approached a work- ing majority of 97 seals in the 192- seat National House of Deputies. The Intransigent Radicals look 75, the People's Radicals SI, the. Pe- ronisls 43 and smaller parties the rest. The Peronisls apparently won governorships in 10 of (he 18 provinces, including Buenos Aires Province, where the governor ranks second lo [he president in political power and prestige. homeland. Tie said he looked for ward lo Ihe day when "security interesls will permit their restora- tion lo full Japanese sovereignly." He gave no indication he felt (hat time was in sight. The Ryukyus, located between Japan and Formosa, were cap- lured from Japan in World War II. A billion-dollar U.S. base has been buill on Okinawa. The U.S. has said previously Japan re- tained "residual sovereignly." The President's action, aimed at rjuieling agitation bolh in Ja- pan and the Ryukyus for loosen- ing U.S. conlrol and more aid to he islanders, provides: 1. Nomination of the chief ex- ecutive of the islands by the changes in provisions for crimi- nal jurisdiction over certain Americans in the Ryukyus. Kennedy said discussions be conducted with Japan on joint cooperation in providing assist- ance lo Ihe islands. The Ryukyus have long been one of Ihe United Slates' more roublcd foreign bases. Tiiey are lensely populated, have limited arable land and have been a ma- or target of Communist efforts o force Ihe United Stales oul o: he'Wcslern Pacific. Ryukyu Legislature, but con- .inued appointment by the U.S ligli commissioner. In Ihe past .he execuiive, who is a P.yukyu.in, has been selected by the commis 2. The civil adminislralor, American official appointed h> (he commissioner lo handle civi affairs in coopcralion wilh the Ryukyuan chief executive, shal be a civilian. Past administrators have been military officers. 3. Recommendations lo Con- gress for an increase in develop- ment loan funds plus a lifting of NEWS SECTION A Obituaries To Your Good Health Sporrc 9 11 Bridge SECTION B Women's news Amusements 4 Ediloriah Radio-TV logs 9 TV Report..............9 A slight taste and-or. odor i water arriving al-Abileii'e home Monday was attributed to a pos sible "turn-over" in lake by Waler Snperinlendfnt Williar Weems. Weems said a slight odor evident in water al the Grime filter plant and (hat it probabl, ivould be noticed as n taste i at least some areas of (he cily. Taste and odor control meas ures were put into effect nl Ih plant shortly before noon Monda in an allcmpl lo prevent Ihe odoi 'The water, even when th taste or odor is evident, is pel fcclly safe to Wcoms sait He explained thai during Ihe spring and fall (he difference in temperature between water nl the (op and bottom of the lake results in the lake's "turning over." This can sometimes bring trash and wood from the bottom of the lake and cause a "woody" taste, bin il is nol an indicalion lhal Ihe water is not perfectly safe, Weems said. PRINCESS GRACE jusl one picture Opened on Talks GENEVA (AP) The Soviet Union announced today it was ready to negotiate with the United Stales and Britain on a nuclear test ban treaty. But it stood firm against allowing international in- spection teams on its soil. The action opened new pros- pects of East-West talks on the deadlocked issue, although it did not resolve any of the differences blocking a treaty. If agreement can he reached on a test ban pact, President Kennedy has an- nounced he will cancel next month's scheduled start on a new Grace Kelly to Moke Film for Hitchcock MONTE CARLO, Monaco (AP) Princess Grace former Grace returning to the mov- ies, the palace of this Riviera principality announced today. The announcement said she will appear in a film directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on a novel by British novelist Winston Graham. Hollywood sources identified the film as a suspense thriller in the Hitchcock tradition. The announcement indicated thai the onetime movie queen's return to films would be for only one picture. During her heyday in Hollywood, the statuesque blonde appeared in three Hitchcock M for "Rear Window" and "To Catch a Thief." The announcement said the princess would make the film toward the end of next summer and she would be back in Monaco by late November. She lias not appeared in a movie since her wed- ding. The palace communique said the princess will make the film while on a vacation in the United States. Presumably, the movie will be shot in Holly- wood. The princess recently returned from a month at a Swiss ski resort with her two children. FOR MILITARY Wagon Rolls When George Joins Up "Head'cm up! Move'em That was the cry lhal rang .cross (he First State Bank Pnrk- ng lot .Ifonday morning as the xwi Gillis family got rolling gain toward I.os Angeles in their Wagon West. Farmer to Buy Sewer Effluent The city of Abilene, for the first ime, in the immediate future wil Kgin selling sewer effluent lo a irivale farmer, City rVfanager Robert M. Tinslmnn reported Monday. Denzil McBeath, whose properly s hounded on Ihe east and south sides of Ihe sewer farm, has re- quested that a line be construct- ed lo his properly line lo make effluent for snte under contract signed some lime ago. Under lerws of Ihe contract, McBealh can purchase up lo 150 acre-feet of effluent per year for rriGalion of his farm. Tlie water ,s lo be provided nl his requesl when needed, Tinslmah said. One other farmer in the area of the sewer farm has a contract with llic city to provide effluent, but (o dntc has not made n re- quest that the contract bo put into operation nnd water supplied Tinslninn crnplinsizcd Ihnl the irrigation water cantrnet wilh fionth Is designed basically to pro- vide neccssnry irrlfifllion wnlei for the farmer nnd In nol part ol tho operation of Hit sewer farm, Tlie Gillises have had problems liat began just oulside of Abilene March a when George, half of the Gitlis' horse power, died. Then came Ihe snow and a lack of available horses to replace corge. Hut Monday's fair weather and friend in the person of Wayne Tyler made it possible for the Gillis family to continue its leis- urely cross-country junket. Tyler, of 417 Butternut, taught Ihe Gillises a replacement for George, The replacement also has been dubbed "George" by Ihe family. Asked why he had purchased (he horse for Ihe people he had never met, Tyler explained lhal "I've always wanlcd lo do some- hing like Ihey're doing, but I lon't think I'm ever going lo bo ible lo find Ihe lime. This way, at cast I'm a part of it." George, a gianl of a horse, is estimated by Gillis and Tyler lo weigh close lo 1.600 pounds. It Vas found in Tirownwood after the illises had searched as far as Fort 'Worth. Gillis said he had had to let out Ihe harness worn by the first Scorge so it would fit Iho new lorsc. The Gillises plan lo sell their rig when they gol In the West Const and tnkc in the World's Fair In Seattle before returning homo to Providence Forge, Va. Members of the family lhat are taking Die trip lhat Ixgan last WASHINGTON alile increase was recommends of Defense Robert S. McNamaatifor lower enlisted grades because proposed today an average rales for the lower per cent increase in the basiclgrat'cs arc considered reasonable, housing allowances of officers ami: Sff 3.A Col. 3 lop enlisted men in Ihe military' servk'cs. In some cases, the in- crease would total C6 per CPIU. At the same time, McNarrtiira; proposed a new five-year illion const ruction program toj irovide about units of mili- ary housing. Here are some examples of (he! proposed higher housing allow- ances: sergeant without dependents now receives .SO a month, with one or two dependents he gets! Gordon Alexander, candidate and with three or more, for city commissioner for Ihe cries of U.S. atmospheric tests. The Russian announcement was lade by Deputy Soviet Foreign linister Valerian Zorin at a news onference. His statement coin- ded wilh informalion from West- tn dclegalions that (he United :ates and Britain have finally "reed on concession-; to offer ussia in an effort to meet Soviet bjeclions to international inspec- on. The offer probably will be made iicsday. 11 is understood thai the Western powers would reduce the umber of inspection trips which cams of international inspectors ould make around the Soviet Union. Much Soviet territory also vould be eliminated from any in- fection at all. British Foreign Secretary f.ord lome returned lo Geneva from veckcnd consullations in London vilh Prime Minister Harold Mac- nillan. Allied diplomats said Ihey elieved Macmillan had been in ouch with Kennedy on nailing .oun the concessions. Macmillan s said to be even more anxious han Kennedy to show thai if the J.S. tesls are held every possible effort was made lo avoid them. Zorin said the Soviel Union vould like to negotiate here with he United Slates, Britain and pti a uuctear test ban. The great powers would form a subcommiltee of the 17-nation disarmament conference. Since France is boycotting tho conference, Zorin said Russia was "also ready to continue negotia- tions" among Ihe three powers. At the news conference, Zorin also: 1. Said (he Soviet draft treaty 'or total disarmament by three stages in four years should be the aasis for negotiations here, espe- cially since, he said, the United States has not laid down a com- plete treaty proposal. 2. Rejected the proposal ad- vanced by U. S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk last week that Russia and the United States each trans- fer kilograms of nuclear ex. plosive material to a stockpile for peaceful uses. Zorin said that should be done only at a time when nuclear weapons came un- der a total ban. 3. Declined lo say whether Rus- sia would walk oul of Ihe disar- mamcnt talks if and when Ken- nedy starts nuclear explosions in the atmosphere, assuming there is no test ban treaty meanwhile. 4. Declared lhal national in- spection syslems for delecting nuclear explosions are sufficient to police a test ban treaty. This is Ihe heart of the treaty dispute. Tlie United States insists interna- tional inspectors must be admit- ted to Ihe Soviet t'nion. September Incluilo Mr. and Mis, Gillis, J-ce Ann, IB, Allen, 15, Cnr- ol, 15, Barbara, 14, Janet Kny, 9, mid George, 7. WHOA, Gillis harnesses up George, newest "member of the Tamily" Inking a year-long trip from Virginia to .California by covered wagon. George is a replacement for the original George, who died jusl outside of Abilene March 8. The new George was. given to Ihe family by Wayne Tyler of Abilene because, he said, "I've always wanted to do something like they're doing." (Staff Photo by Henry Wolff Jr.) From City Race he seat lo be filled in the April 3 cily election, flu- Xorth Side nounced Monday he is withdraw Under (be new proposal would receive without tle- with one or (wn ing from the race, dependents and wilh (hrcei Alexander, a retired building or more dependents. Iconlractor and long-lime resident The allowance for a captainlof (he cily. said he fell "it would wilhoul dependents would go from be belter lo leave the post to one to a month. Wilh de- 0( younger men in the race. pemlcnls bis allowance would in-j for thc seal jare George Kacnvor, machine shop owner and manager, and B. D. (Pete) (looch, president of crease from to aj month. No distinction is made as to the number of dependents. Thai of a full general without Gooch Packing Co.' dependents would vise from lo a month. With he would go up from lo S201. All officers and warrant offi- cers, wilh or without dependents, woulc! receive mi increase of at least 17 per cent. The biggesl percentage in- crease, Mi per cent, would go lo n scriiciint major without depend- ents, lie would rise from ?5I.M n month lo Lower grades of enlisted men- tal ming Iho hulk of the more than 2.BOO.OOO men In gel only a slight housing allow- ance increase or none at all. Tho Pentagon said no npprcci- Alexander said in a stalcmcnt announcing his withdrawal that thc proposed bond issue sched- uled for April 3, the same date on which two commissioners will be elected, will solve what he con- siders Ihe mosl pressing problem facing the city. I have been retired (or four years nnd I do nol feel Ihnl I should lake on (his load, which is a major Insl; and can result in many hours of work, when it ap- pears cvUlenl lhat Ihe sewer farm problem is being he said, lie had high praise for the may- or, cily manager and present commissioners for their work In finding a solution, to tho sever GOUnON AI.KXAN'nER candidate withdraws farm problem, which nns resulted in damage suilj of more than ?1 million agtiinst the cily. "I think they have done n fine job of taking a mess led In them by previous administrations nnd working out n solution lo be pre- sented to the voters April he said.   

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