Abilene Reporter News, March 25, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 25, 1962, Abilene, Texas hi J ’v m Mme 3aeportto, WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR Wl ggOQ i'’'"'' .. GOES"—Byron rwTT zrrrrr 81ST YEAR, NO. 281ABILENE, TEXAS. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1962-FIFTY SIX PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Asmcmted Pre^i (/P)Twisters, Dust, Snow Rake State / Mud Balls, Dust, Winds Hit Area It rained mud balls at Snyder, blinding dust caused a car wreck near Roscoe and hurricane-force winds battered big Spring Saturday as West Texas weather had a field dav. A swirling dust storm with winds gusting to 33 miles per hour slammed into Abilene territory cutting visibility to two miles here. The Big Spring winds were recorded at 78 miles per hour. School Bus Driver Found Noi Guilly I At least one traffic accident wa.s I attributed to the .storm. Donald ! Clark, about was injured when ;hi.s car struck a parked ciir along the side of U. S. Highway 84 north of Roscot* and about 15 mile.s northwest of Sweetwater, i Clark, of fnadale, said visibility was so poor he did not see the j parked vehicle He w as taken to Simmons Memorial Hospital in jSweetwater for treatment of his CrtKELEV, Colo. (APl-A jury!‘«wries which were not .venous t I r».. „ K 11«..«-. *»1 .««« The fast-moving duster arrived found Duane R Harms, 23. inno-    t- „j . T ,    . in Eastland just before noon and cent of involuntary manslaughter    over    by    3 30 p.m. Al* Saturday in the death of 20 chil-1 though w inds w ere strong, no dren when he drove his school damage wa.s rejwrted. bus into the path of a tram.    Midland’s    visibility    was    report- *ru    1    «1    in    quarters of a mile Th. panel    of    1« men and Uo women returned its verdict after xt .Snvder a few sprinkles of nine hours of ali-night delihera-rain fell' and reradents reportiHi, the precipitation was more like! They found, in    effect, that    tiny mud bails than ram    drop.-^ , Harms had exerci.sed ail    the care    Velot-uy of the wind there    reach expected of him on    the    subfre<*z-    i d tkS miles fH>r hour    i ing morning of    14    when he    Big -Spring resident.s de    "ribed' pulled onto tr u ks near h«TC r;:,    the duster as the    worst s.md and a Union Pacific pasrenger    train    dust storm since    195.5 and motor- ,    . approached at 79 miies an    hour    ists had to drive    with their lights    reported    Saturdav    an Sixteen other children and Harms on    American    Foldier-flier sought ref- were injured in the colH aon By late Yafurdav fh, win<L    “«r at    Havana Friday.    Tr.c    .\rmy The slender, meek apptauinr ^round Abilene had d.punehi ; t*'    .aid    the    man named    by    the    Cu- father of an infant girl rei eived about ID miies per hour Fk>h Md-    Army deserter, the jury's    decision    with little    ler. meteorologist technician at    ..    , .how of -motion.    ‘the    wcnihor hurean. roporttd    "'■*sPi«l>ois    nionlidcd •Tm loo tired to talk " H.irms Sunday'.« loret.. ;! calls tor clear    us Bohby J Kec.s>< and aald after    spending    nearly 24    cloudy and cooler r >m    -aid    he landed a light    civilian perature.'* High Sunday will High Winds Hit Hurricane Force ',v\' C ARS WRK( KFI) BY TORNADO ......in    MitiiMila    Saturday i.xr WirPDhouo Soldier Listed as Deserter $80,000 Asks for Refuge in Havana ®bsl Hits S'waler PX By THE ASSOC IATED PRESS A small tornado Saturday devastated the business district of Mineola, small East Texas railroad town, as twisters whirled over an area of rich pine forest and oil country. The Mineola twister .struck while a lar^^c portion of East Texas was under tornado al^^rt. The alert c xpir-d at 7 p m and wa.s extended westward to cov -r an area from Lufkin to Texarkana. Ark, and 100 miir- a t of such a line until 11 p m. Most of the n wlv alerted area was in Loui iana.    j    —--------- .Snow    fell in th«* Tcx.is Pan-    met 1    in    ne. rh> p*. ■ r.ts. handle    >nd blowing ilu"i w    f-Itinii    tree    i.ru‘lu-d i i ar. kiekid up b> fmmus -,pnn_ -• •n ;    Peerless    Baked that I hrd iiin an< fi-.The Peer’.. í¿ m.’. n sand w id ndiued ihiln 'sn.j.d->- q-ir - m'i fnim ■    ihi:    e    to Dalhi-:    to    Mr    n M'.'n ‘f’    t‘-    R,o    i»r    nd.    h..    i    tw \.dit Thei'i' V. ■! i' no .'rri^-us mjij, , ^> .11 oth- ' lii y lefx *.d n the Min<s-.a twi lev    D.    n’    je    wa. although    three    fKTson:- were    cut    ■'    S.    mm b\ flvip^    u a    md dc    Dam-    T'    indrr tn-m«; v'th age W.Ì-    e\r"-"t'’d to total tlo.e to    tSe thrr    of toi S'y    r< .dent- ud    »* ‘-- ’ \\ilne‘ ( at M neola    ;;.-ud th    - i tornado formed ovi- li.e    bt* iwe.it sci-fum ot the city d then    ^ |mo\ed nntte.-lcrb to    the buM- jncss di-ii.- ct. j Mr.T I    M (.fray. e. Mmei.la re i ident. sa’d the tornado rioud swept tn tif vfrtiind With c "-w.nip-m"‘ on ■’ T' 1er ' -t 4 . tWlf h.: * of 3 s hit V re t t rr ed hail and boomed the noi them h if of the l.e\ icane wind- of more than i< h-. ¡r chti d up biU-d.; t w ' of    at ’ Ip tn two inches of n<»w fen and *■•>. to the ground m -i.iiis 0' the Panhandle and South Pie «1 MPH Winds B% LEWIS HAWKINS W A.shingTON ' API - Cubain sleepl«,s hours.    per>viure.H    ttign    >unci    iy    v.ui    be    pi,,no at Havana AiriJort al 10 30 Fewer than a dozen people    night    f.YKiay    morning,    described    him- in th# fourtroom when the jury returned its verdict at 7 05 am. .ludge I>onald A Carp«*nter had instructcif the jury it had only two chokes—-iniKHent or guilty ot involuntarv’ manslaughter Thi.s involve.^ killing a ptTson withtnit intent but during an unlawful act Fisher lo Keep Clerks Separale .self as a U. S Aimv deserter and 11 ked political a.sylum. I The Army here said Sgt, Bobby ‘¡J, Keesce. 28. has been listed as 'a deserter since Feb. 25 He left his post at Ft. Huachuca, Ariz., ROBY <RN8l — ¿M-p nation of-f *n 15 on a 15-day leave and in-The prosecution .sought to prove the Fi.sher County di-.tiut *. ..-.-k s dicated he was going to Guay-♦hat Harm.s was criminally negli- office from the countv e\i»- of-'mai;. Mexico When he didn’t regent in not making mor^ effort fict> was approved m a lieht vote bini 'i''®    listed as to dHermine whether a train was Saturday    :‘h:ent    without    leave and later foming.    Of 723 votes tabula'cd by laie^clas.sified as a deserter. His Harms testifii*d that he did not ¡in the evening. 52.5 voter- voted home is li.sted as Amarillo, Tex. [    . ..    ,    ,    .    I.    .    i.(i    to    mde« !    N.',.-    .- ery    hou...    ^    1    .    .    Wr«t ol,! ilo- br-en    -q/I    _ ur- G;.iv toid the Associ^::d vii -He just must b<» mixed up.’ - Hfurzi p-»    ,.........  t.--    ■»    een*.' of iv and Mr --ley =:aid in regard to i# flUIWl I fl    . G,-.    G:.,y mid the V^n.iMdvi.. -nd to a qu ♦- r « ’ Kee.see s flight to Cuba. *T don t    i-r - It's a miiT-Me nobc-<i i„    w h,,»- -n.- Kle.-. uhv h- rtrt    SWKFTOATKR (RN:i - ,A k ,    '    .    „    " .    ,    ;    ,    .    J    . L. , I J .    ,    .c    .    none    cireuit" biiwi'en Amo- ’'.It -aid her brother eiili ted a steam boiler explodeu mside    Building I eveled    »    j),    .    ft, p--.trooper HI IW, w .:    community buildi-i .it    ,^7,!    ^ ed m the Ko.c m contlict and w u- er -\ir Force Stiilum eorly .xMur- o w k v 1- h. ¡ck n.    >    -    ' i:vrn the P,b ple Heart ami other day. «ie<kmg the tvel-lmí .and >,,^,¡,.,„7    s,“    80    Mme    '7    -    -    h ,d I .W iMhe« of «et medr.K. She :ud Keesee planned cau.sme about    H.jm.ige. but «t .*. ,.......... .    u,i.,    ,    _    iv,    »    j'',u    .    a ,    ‘Gm-. rour .«u. • tiobiie.-t n r.new on the ground and the .‘•iaff to make the \rmy hi. car«'. resultmi; in no injuiu:,.    h.nW..-,-.- »e,e deiT.,.M.,h H adl c^me d'4n-.-.cr C"C" ■'-rth Mr R,le> heard of her broth- t Sri. WiUia I. May. N-n-Tv.rniy . five .-u.omnh.l«. a,    up    to 35 mues-.nS4ur blew cr - Hij "i to ( ubj over an .Xm-(;ommis.Mn«‘d Dfftcer of thx* Day, he,;\!;> d.irìi.ogivi F’il. 'v - Wicslv there ardlo radio .t >• ion and called me    the    horary    ro»im -íutíc'-t“re were almoit total li; -e-, Snow M fMI jiI :4,fl!on fi-'' more iníoimation    dislania* from    the    eec.u r    oí tho    vv ilne-.s,    ^ said.    Kriup.a He:-''^ord    cad    other West She r.aui Keexce wa: the young    4 20 a m    hi.ist    ;n the '. me t>uTd    Nci, Harle of the Mineola    Mnni-    Texa', pi.mt.;, es-i of six children, ami quit Re was unhurt and s.ud the tor said Herman C RfKlu-j-d and in North Ccntr?! Tex.as. quarter school in the eighth grade. He w.':.    ^.xplo.sion    sounded    like    a .sonic    Geori.'r    Ogle; by    were    nic    ixl    ;n<«h hail pelted    thr    Fort Worth a national guardsman belon )oin    ixxim.    neither    -ieriou-dv,    when    thu    B    if-    uburb of Hurst iny Iho rooulur army.    ^    i,.„ (;u|( .s,,,t,on «ar heavily d.„..- Mr*- Rilcy .said a steel plr^tc wa. ne> c-.sary in treating h head; Ihr' pn-t ; xctumge and    Mary    Bche    -.hields    {j,,.    vv,nd    at    midmcrniràg    al    85 tor the t^Mrd -Air- ' facia! cut.s at the Piggly m p h , bighcM reading on the ■i.l U..rr.in.; sqo.id-    -..u'^c ron.    Th.'    home    of    Mrs    Annie    May    -The    duM    ;s    rolhrg    in”    said The blast blew out pa't of thefeet off it^ j-xih;..-    r.-,nies    .a :¡,e ^Gaum. wnund    •'Ufíered    in    Korea.i I sentry room He Won fl..O .-.a.. .uflered arm and leg craft Contre Marv lievciland radi.; KLTV cU'cked liOBHV J. KKESKE . . . home ir. I'exas VI* uic.tibout She s.dd her brother hi?d a |>er f«l r«ord ll-M' 11 vears he «a«    >>'    , fion.s and put bac k on the -round almost intait. Eightv ehd-drvii No‘ information on Kcc; *c Snow at Mukshoe .e    ,.1.    -J    •    . and wrecked the entire structure    ••»>.«'i.    aii    Mulcshoe    had    mue    winds. ,;n the army. She .xaid he was Mn- _    tinue    j    movie    at    the    aeleef    1    «„1    «    --.u-    *    »*    «r !    ,    .    e    ..    .    The    laree    h<»    er    in    the    b    isem«'nt    ,    »«'wm    .,1    im    ^    rauch    b    miier.    nortmart    of    tnat - tioneri much of the time overriens. ' tv-.er m int oa. t muii theater C'-i .ap+xi injury alfhc.u ii    p.    ,¡^5.,    f    imuni    e remember whether he ;;topiH?d the tor the .separation and 198 voters ThY Army said Kwsee was Bs-'f;mujy background or hi ' lr:- fh    Russia    bhe    did    ^    htaling    da    .iter    front    w.is    h’-vvn    tuii. bus but said he did open the door »gainst Tlic Gannon box had not -igned as an optmator of a flight of Armv* servif'i» w e'* imr a *! .ttc    ^ n'.p,o\;>« e\.aeu.;!;*d the vhi’ iren as he approached the cne.sing b«>en reixuied. but only ahuil live simulation training device and ly avaiiabb    '    ’    Rficy    .said    Kee.ce    wa>    An    investigating    h*-.m    fi*)n    quitk.\    w shout paria Three other defense wilnesser. votes are exptxieij fnini Gann sn had aecess to no .st*cret miittarv .    ...    .    aMiard    a    plane    frani    which    21    l)>'    Ab    B    in    Abneni    Muuu    d tfu- Tv? D* n tf tmeut 0: I’uMk S !y avaiiabie votes are exptxie<j fnini Gann -.n    had access    to no .s<*cret miittary    ^ told the court, however,    that    The offices are separate at the    information    which would l>e of pj Hu .di Harms did bring the bus    to a    pre.sent and have Ik*cii for quite    value to a    foreign governntcnt. ^ 7, n!'t m* n*'    U •top.    v,ome    lime    The    office«    would    have    Thi    Army    *;|M»kc'sman    ‘•.    cd    that rx'cii 'Ut- r.lat' iui-' pa-atroojicrs plungcxi to death in expioGon Harms said the bus window;:, mergrti next .Ian. 1 if the -eparu- in .uidition tc. lieinc w.intixi were frosted and the children it ion had not btx-n appiovtxi Slate dc„''ri»>r Kec'scM* w,c, utub'i Kc*e*>ce w,:. t-fi’n in A!!;: on ■r»' the Texar. F.inh.imlie Hi^ ........ .    t-:rd.iy He ficcident ’.e\eral yc.irs ago at 3 fault v d-^e m h.ive t a.i'- d o.v ;Ft Hennin;: Ga    the    oia;.*    M    i:ct»la    <tc'.tie-, in Mr. Riley *^aid Mie Inst heard The coinn »r'* r* uffit r. 1» ot.ca t' tUi vi . |* :;.m her hi other the first ot Jan- Coi T L D<;r jheo. 3..ad the po^i ;io>* :wi c t»f ryu : •i.ti ' t\ letrtif'cd »hat a tisriK.CH pf i '■ cia* one wfi-'h .’'t u.i the- b* 11 he Dl»- 'Cl. enter mca--,U!cd almo.st two 'rnhcr. uí ^now un the L!‘¡:ind b.-'íurc nuctî H»’icft'fd h.td ne.tfî:\ o.n utch of --iicw and ''•■iin_' nnrîf’w.’St winds tiri? loi >k R.tdit, KPA.N off tiie air noisy. He said he had never en countered a train on the cro.s.sing before. law’ .says that when c county tali; ve*.tie.ation “for piir-sing uiuler the S tMki jKipulatioii mark, cheek:; and for forgery.” the offices are to In* meryd Coleman Pioneer Is Fatally Burned COLEMAN (RNS) — Mis. Mary I. Dunman. fW, of Novice, member of a pioneer Coleman County family and prominent landowner died in Ovtnall Morris Memorial Ho.spital here at 4 a m Saturday of hums receive»! in an explosion at her home Friday afternoon Definite information could not be confirmed a.s to tfu* eau.se of the blast, but it is h«‘lu*ve<i that gas fumes from a leak tn the relier were ignittxl when a match was strur k Two erniiloyes of .Mrs Dunman reportt*dly had tx*conu* ill aitt*r working in the cellei and she had gone there to investigate Funeral w ill tw* held at 2 Ud p m. Sunday in Stevens .Mémorial Chap el here with the Rev Cletn Lain p bert, pastor of First Presbytei laii tj Church here, officiating Burial will he in Coleman Cemetery Born Dee. 5, 1881, in De Witt County, she was the daughter of the late Mr, ami .Mrs. J. P. Morris. Th«* family t»eeame early pio neers ot Coleman County She .Mrs W I. Nowlin and Mrs own«! «.iiMdviabli' IMui-rty lit fha,.)., „ Tavh.r, U.lh I ..U'-the county.    ,    ,    . ,, Mrs Dunman move«! into hei T''“^*    ii«xmdeliildien.    om* ranch home as a bride more ,han half a century ago. llie ranch    Knox    ot    Huikett and projier contains more than 25,<XM)'A. B Mdler ul C ol«>man a<res in Taylor, Cullahaa and    Pullhearers will In Coleman counties with the south- Brooks, Frtxl Hmlulph,    Opltn fast «orner .stone of Ta.vlor Coun Sauiuleis, Giliord H«(»tt    Wade ty deep in.sitie its feiu*es.    Illemphill, Jim Gill, Wallace Din- Survivors include two daughters.igus, and WUiiam T. Junes. Th«' United State.^ maintains no diplomatic relations with Commu-nit;l «nienltHi Cuba and there w:;;, no indication whether any -»t-t* mpt would h<’ m.";!«* to h.ava* K(*estx* returiicil to thir tount ry. Ke*‘s«‘e refK)!te«lly flew e ir ple-«'ngiiuHi, Piper Com. iiH .^ plan« which he hail rented from the He* en Bar Flying Service at Albu qu«T(|Ue, N M , last WAxincsd.ty He lande<l Frkfay at Marathon. in the Florida Keys about midway hetw«'«*n K«'v WeM and Miami bogus    ^    ^    Rdey ot ,\m.trillo told u v when he v.Jied U> «-»y he *'\-h7nge b-id taut Tl.r»h(i worth P'< iu»wsiTiea she raised K«*e>ee fiom b i b tn to Ua.s Yogas, Nev., and of Mock in it and damage to the the Him h»‘ wa% a year old.    h mI w«»n a large sum of money.ibuiidiny w-- at>oul $80.WMi. ÎC1 .! W'. li i'í.-í'H t    . ,i 1 (’ f »' n.,. .    t ** w. no ¡niu::«' yw.m .\îi lit h ot snow uhit-.11 Ninv Mexu'c t'ü¿t i '..I'« !hU' at the time. , f«,. M.,.»« h.j'i hard !iv a 85 mile wind More Sewer Farm Acreage Vital Unless Bonds Voted Bv IL\DE lOSTFK H« IHirit r-.Nt'ws .Siatf Venter -AbiK'iU' will ned tu-*rìy thi» uni took off h.--.Hl.v fur t a ■ • it-, p.i'int «'i t ” the !5n-mile hop to Haviina WEATHER I S lUeSKIMtM Ul (OMMIRI I HI «IMI It HI HI «I iWritlhrr 'law I'agr 'Hi AHIl r M \\1) \ It IM I N K.,«lrt Mill* ' t l«>j| to (Mlllv i lirtrtiv -!ljJ M -Ululai uimI :.uiuIm> t»;-:;. tlllj; -i t*i Munrl.'i Mi;'.h .-»uiulai .«r Suoa.j iiiihl -Ki hiuh M' a. ' NOK III t I'M H I    IT-A X p«rtlv i liiu.l suiirt v    I .. i and Vtoiulai t iMitn ,nij‘St liiitS Suiul ■’ . - ; ti> 197a <nd . h time    Its    {trc-.ent    tot ¡ \t » Îîks) unie., u baild . tl.11> tie.itment p ,nt    .o 1,'t in    iclt'i. .d th. '    > Ahilt'lU* I tac.-elît ^t'-.ier f ' I ,H . .it    on    w    - h    w    ii Ik'    .up* 1 ..1 tC;    .III    I    DUt    t    v.tt qipM'te .ill \{*.-i! . b-ri «'U I to liii-.Mce a lU'w w'cor t-ry, 'u h.!    «    licei    11 t \ t -ttiueiil -■e.s CN for .u'plit ation 01 »v ■ : „.!!■ " p’ldii'it’l . *win !>* • vj' ih «* nii'iit plain .. hi    ’ I 1 , stilts .ft k.n 1. i It it .NOHI llWlsI MX*. Suti(1a> ihrouKh M-ui ' > .(lid fxttcnic crtuO'. '%U‘ rtOUtl iliMli .Suiidav ■" * , tin V Î :u * Stina .s H‘" R bii-u -a., al stM iiiwr-.si II- \ 1 ‘L;s<l.;- aiMl    l»r -aiula'; t r ai and « <«" Hiah Suiul.-y <•) r t- MK.S, AIAHY I. Ill N.MAN . . . fuiierai (oduy 11 '11*1 K'H HI M I >k sal a Ml. 11 «1 Ml 1 iiu I M i IK) 4 53 » I é¿ -lidi It I» (I® 7 *16 ■ u* dti 11 151 tir    .    rJ.w n.kih and luv. tor '4 hour-Eugene I' nigh and low hainr daU to .1 )Far atid 4i •Suaafl laat niK»»' ‘    -    uni;^ ImM tl M‘, 8un»i‘t luniKhi w :>4. Hatomwlwr readtiiK at V p ni if UZ. HuiTtiUiur at w i> m tu [Mr ecnt. n, M.:>ol « Wi'i*k in 01 Î l»o-C(! Imed i Heai«. uut Nenl .2 (j r«» < Wi h it.i h- loi : *    ,,J. Î ,t    p. ; Hi îc; Hi " oity.    cui nal pill it'(»till- ut |iuie|H luleiit klliplit , Mf    . Ml; \\*W Oi Ihr L 1 ■ (.1 out Ilk- ne^d    loi    imp:    . d i..iiaii¿:; \ ttii -I    of 32 damr;:«*    ¿uiIk hast l'= en    t; ain-l    the    iit>    I'ne jir .i 1 i.'-t' to an unhapt)> etui tram the i lt> r {Hllin ot view Í : Atfk vvheii the Texas .supren« « i:urt nou.scti a inoHon tor m he.tiin.r;    whieh h tl    ut    ctteet    .i judgment tor |28.t»25 in the íur-l cai»e taken to courl. The city's «-urrent iiiiL.iHon nee«l 7 200 .leies toi ii-f ..;*¡an of tarm iiu'iudes 2,0bS acie. , (k three feel per .ieie a;;u In tdxi acr-wb: ’h -vome 1145 acre:; arc av-ji' tl.'ie fo; iri'g.iHon wtlh w 'ter The remain.nii ;«.:a .    , .    , . , Ul hrt-l ... 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' » a !' n .ihiiu' 1 ,51» aon .,111 ; i mk.,ikío i-Olir town jilm k-. Ulehi ■s o; Tfi. • t'Lmke! ex* '..rp 1 > a Î t e r e d Buildings and 'éliiU ■d 4d 't ft-.' . Ussed :n D;.!- (S*re the m.an .sufíerei> leu : nd Jt . *r a ' t o tne e. I't of i » i” .. ..e 1» the -Sw.ui commun iHim . S i » ' e>';m.tted af SliYMxïV 1 he r*. , ¡> .. . ,n : Id* M low \s ,o - too W »1 w 1' ohscrved bs I'slei p. * ! ■ ,1, „1 . •»' 'ht . .to';. t ■. . H * .;-i ■' ■ ' ponili li d t \ ! .iîîdaîi' Ix'twi'cn Isu'i' ud 'Ivi' " jii .11 11! 1 i! I , ,. ef MUr he .loi M.ui- ,i th«' HehaiUe Ulo> Piad G ..> Mill I'.l 'ids' . to 2«! irunuici ut - p ,«nt ss.is hard h.t hy the «1 »in .Me IKrt .n K .t’.pd.is The ’ 11 ' Î Mljíci inteiident H 1 b'.e . . ,1. ;] li eii'e ’ ed .n »' . I’.'.», Bo in V, ea t •'dtoe,it'd iìte ti.in;,.ge >t . . , \ !! .'Id I..- w y -1 .. tt' a: $Uki tssí ■ ' ., ; :ev: 1 * ’I s PS ' r- i > li ' wo' Ciki d bs K 'h wcid. I'd -I d , f n . ■( .1.« V VVi t’ > ..esny .ukI b p- Ñ.)ínt io»,‘ i.'i'r <:i w.. o; SS ' ■ > ; fjvoi ’ i-d The '.í.nd .t'.'d t-u- iH'» Ue . . 1 » ! I»' I 1 I ■■ ' n iMurt ! ; oìp thi. oal FuP't“.. & \»< ; ,11' » 'e, ' ; 'in e , < ' 1 '1 txtw* t n.iiii- , .’íinipiex' atid t jliLÍeil Ine e: sut h on .isU'- If \s it t)s the N«-ai »non the «its ‘,V f. NEWS INDEX tl7 hi SECTION A 0*1 «ew» ..... . . 10 Obilu«ri«t .. 10 SECTION B Book n«wt < • • « . . . 4 Ckyrcli fi«w« .... . . . 4 Brtdf* .... ♦ f * • t , . . 8 Amutcmcntt ... « SECTION C Womvn't newi . , . • * • ' . 1 14 8a«i«o-TV lofi . . • . • # • . 11 TV Scoot . . 11 SfCTION 0 Sports Eorm nows ..... • • • • • . . .10 ne»d-. with t;e¿!mcní AOUld u.aiia vh.tiu--. ”    Prim,ti>    H    r.itn ttiC iHeseiit -»r *r mechnnic.îliy ele; w fil» gì j-.-MM I wílti oi.il > volU'.'tuh^ nit i ti.jíii-.ní twa p. in‘“. s i . aiíie-^ »vso ú' «'(“.•i i s foiii .slu r ' ipoiì"; olid fisc h ridili fMHld: (inl> (>!',(■ -Mtdit anal bar '. 'i ix ::. tof '.‘n . ti tjciliiie;. we:.’ lilt iud ed wIh.; the primaiy piaui ss., built wii; a«* ttxjo ted to nux*f th« iietxi:    ihicuiih 101*9. thii .show ■ The voters ot .Abilene. e:i Jul> l'‘*‘ 17,    appi used a |i «’Sn.ìT: 1 Cuban Government Reshuffles Cabinet \p‘ HW \N\ •S i ’ tP n( allitttl .U I ‘ iC till- I ..btiici N it tmmcaist p.i into .1 to}' K> sam.'a'i .1 e I liD .P .1 ic'ii.;-lea.ik \ i S O ‘I OO'.'.    .1' lid A : I'S l.eb.u*«! -.îu«' !*age \ oi.ie Ok usei .i-y II IP 4oi F tel .1' !.)| ei ,S«N* SKWbH, I‘*. ll-A, lots. 1, •I' ,■    - lilUf in in't iVAix n iiitenc;- i !’ .((íPHíWia!': .'( k"-'N ai Us im** ipom—d Hi ■ : •■fía: gl íIhíM-s iitìd n-.imeious letH.itjm h H‘" 'he • t (t.“|W «*ll    d    .    I    U than d riUM.a!'. Ijing Urne «t)U* ii t t ncmtMn  ......!    U    do    rt*    a piaceli Máximo Beim n in tho< «’.IStll hange- i i. 1 . * Il. Î -'V    11» theie wt '' .d)uses ut .tU «Of H t'S (ges lsails v. 'P x'i . 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