Abilene Reporter News, April 2, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1962, Abilene, Texas 2-A THE Anil.ENF REPORTER NEWS Alillrnr. Tm«», Monlliiv Evrnln«, April Í, 19«? 17 Multiple-Death Traffic Accidents KitI At Least 64 killed Sunday when their convertible spun out of control on rain-soaked U.S. 17 and careened into two semi-trailer trucks. The five, all graduntinii nursing Ustudents, were returning to the Fivi* j pr .ons were killed in a colliilou a- Herbon, Wis., Friday night. There were five f(mr-death accidents over the weekend, including two that killed eight teen- Bv THK ,\SSO( l ATFI) PRESS MuJtiple-death traffic accidents littered highway* and streets with an alarming number of dead and injure«! during the first full week- end    !    North Carolina school after spend-Lgers. Hrnis'mosrnftherntecn-agersaiiü'    holidays    in Miami | p^our youngsters ranging in age nV    «iiiHpni«.    Uiudcrdale,    where    thou-1f^om 15 to 18 died Sunday when ■''Kicht pcr«,ni were'killed    in a    ¡"'«'ir car was stmck by a fast- .n«,e Canadian    S-ephe„s,i7un5 'SI" r”n"e. ‘ N.D^'V mfh struck''bv^a^rain^at^ crossing^’ Livingston. N.J.; Karen L.jteen-ager was critically injured. .nf rviimmondviilf« One Widing. 21, of Uochestcr, N.\.;| p'our teen-aged girls were killed *' sivvouths r in^dng in age from '^"" Elizabeth Wright, 21 of Mi* |and four of their companions :    cverp killed near Mixiesto    critically    injured    Sunday ^llnriav in the flaming Broadalbin, N.V., and Charlene    plowed into the rear msh of two autos    Two    ^^artline, 22. of Cincinnati, Ohio,    iof another “near Livermore, Calif, crash of two auios.    iwo    , Zorin Says No Test Ban Inspectors of the type the Soviets themselves; HonOf Roll once declared indispensable. | Dean told the 17-nation disarm- Cadet Paul D. Carroll, son of ament conference that the West’s Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Carroll, control requirements had been    Abilene,    was    among He; on the dean’s honor Okla-Clare- GENEVA (AP) - Soviet Delegate Valerian A. Zorin said today the Kremlin has changed its mind alx)ut allowing nuclear test ban inspectors on Soviet soil because pared down to a minimum, nt- rejected Soviet as.sertions that thej    eom«c»rt    af control n*achinery would be used;*^*^'*    ^ as a cloak for espionage.    jhoma    Military    Academy, The American diplomat rcport-;^®l®‘____ ed to the 13th plenary session of^ the conference on the result of last week’s discussicm in the subcommittee on nuclear testing. Tlie committee wound up in deadlock with Soviet Delegate Valerian A. of new military measures takenagain refusing to accept in by the Soviet Union.    ¡tcrnational    inspection    on Soviet These measui'es, Zorin told the ^‘-‘rritory. MEN PAST 40 17-nation disarmament confer- Dean recalled that up to last ifi to 21, were killed near M<xiesto, Calif., SIL h,rhw=v natrol officers    '“Hnear Marshall, Tcx., Sunday when. , c w dmen ake G «n »* 'i"' 'I''*""*«’    ''""llheir    car veered oft U.S. «0 and f said a c.ir driven by .lake orcen,.^ loenhansWv as miist.indini;;........  n,.    aoou!treaty. Modesto swervtxl at ence, were prompted by the Ber- August the Soviets agri»ed in prin-i lin situation and the Western ¡ciple on the twhnical neeti for! military buildup.    |    monitoring    stations    to    be    estab- He said that was why    inside    Soviet territory as .Soviets backed away from their Iroubled with GETTING UP NIGHTS Pains in BACK, HIPS, IIGS Tiredness, lOSS OF VIGOR If you are n victim of these svnrop-toms then your trouhles may^ h® traced to Glandular Infiammatioru former agreement in principle for international control posts to be; ..... ..........       .....    tracefl to c.ianouiar innan a    check    on underground nuclear;    Glandular inflammation is a consti- test    blasts    1    tutional disease    and medicines that !    give lemi>orarv    relief will not re- foUF'    move the cat-    t of your troubles. “Despite this, a mere stationed high ‘iacobansky „„p students. 17. of s;>eed and slammed into ______ driven bv Darryl A. Borges, 21, of j lank on C,n.n , cac | 500 MiniSlCfS Slgil niptured by the trem«idous im-s pact, burst into flame-s. 'Trapped inside the vehicle and killed with Green were Sherman L. Frizzell,; 18: Darrell Smith, 17: and Allen Berry. 16, all of Modesto. Statement Urging outstanding    in    a    creek. The dead I were trapped in the auto, which jp.issersby found submerged with jonly the four tires showing above the water. Near Riverside, Calif., a car hit a concrete abutment on the Riv-jerside freeway Sunday, killing ifour persons, including three on a Soviet territory to nuclear test ban Neglect of (flandular Inflammation often leads to premature aenil* months later, after the Soviet Union had unilatwaUy if»'’-! Th. part vcar men from 1,000 Now that the Soviet Union has ernment made a complete about | communities« havr boon «ucciwifullsr No U.S. Arms Race members of one family. Four persons, including taken these measures to strength- face by announcig to an a.stounnd en its defen.ses, Zorin said, thejed and disbelieving world that no U.S S.R. could not have foreigners international contn)! system was on its territory. He did not go into necessary,’’ Dean said, detail about the military meas-' ures. Western sources said Zorin’s ; speech took on more of a cold boys I war tone than his previous utter-j trerttid here «t Exrel-sior Springs. They have found .«toothing relief and a new zest in life. aged 5 ¿id 14 years, were killed    at    the    conference. in a collision near Mount Vernrni, <sr Wtreph»U) .Xn KR.M.Vni OF TORNADO , . clean up crews move in today Borges and one of his three NEW YORK (AP)—Five hun-passengers — Frank V. Rocha, 20. dred Protestant ministers and    .    -a of Gu.stine — also were killed. The laymen are listed as signers of a;Ohio, Triday night. Police said two other passengers were hos- statement urging the United!one car apparently rolled over the pitalized.    ¡States to withdraw from the armsilop of a second one Young Democrats Lower Age Limit Zorin reiterated that if the; United States carries out nuclear!    ANTONHT    CAP    — tests in the atmosphere in    Texas lowered the and landed!April the Soviet Union will bel^^®    members from 40 talized.    compelled to carry out more tests Near Jacksonville, Fla., five co- race even if other nations do not.:ntf i«^    ®    '    ¡_ eds from Duke University were. The statement, issued .Sunday! Near Gas City, Ind., Ralph Florida's Gov. Bryant Says Milton Storm One of Worst by the Church Peace Mis.sion, said that as an initial step the United States should cease Walser, 22. his wife and their in-tM fant daughter, of Jonesboro, Ind., ,    -    ^    . test U-ere kUled Saturday mght when «-nlrol over underground tests. ,    1.1^    mr%tA    #kA r\iiw*r\jnc'^ M fHl«? \lOc for to 35 Sunday. in turn.    Delegates    left    the minimum Zorin'accused the United Statesjage for membership at 16. of digging in its toes on the issue The organization eloc:ted Henry : obligation. Gonzalez Jr., son of the San .\n- Tlje Kxcekior j Mediral Clinic, I devoted to the Í treatment of dls-I eaaes perulinr i to older men i b a a a New FREK BOOK that tell.a how I these troubles i may be corrected hv proven NON-SURGICAL TREATMENTS. Tbi.a book mav prove of lit most importance in your life. No RECTAI-COION DISORDERS An Bfttn atteciattd with Glandular Inflammation. Thota disordtrt. wi can treat, at tha $amo timo wt traat Glandular Inflammation. REDUCIBLE HERNIA It also amenablo to a painlctt Non-Surfleal treatmont that wo ha*o devil-optd full detaiU of tlilt treatment |i»en In our Freo look. MILTON. Ha. ‘.\P) tornado which ripped nuuugu —• —-    „    .    , . ..of citv and county officials toured Milton and killed 15 persons mat stricken area Sunday and saw have been one of tbe most power- Be modern wHH ing and furthvr production o(!their car was hit by a Ponnsyl-atomic weapons and of chemi*!'-«-!« Railroad freight tram. ^ cat. biological and radiologicalThr» men di^ Saturday nigh 'weapons    ^ head-on collision on U.S. 24 I Among the signers listed on the i" central lllinms. Near Riverton, rtatemcnt were Dr. Harold Wy» . S'“'«*---'', "'‘-¡'«'y    »’J“"*- Bosley, minirter of ' ChrisliSS. of Riverton, his son and an-mile-long strip of wreckage in a Church MrthodisI in New York, other ^y were killed in a he^-Navy helicopter, then toured b> and the Rev. Dr .Martin UulherI automobile. He was high in praise'King. aBti.«^gregation leader and J^tmch of highway.    i ________of    rescue operations and the feed-ia Negro,    !    i frrViiand'^how completely    and    housing    of the refugees.! Among others listed as signers three separ.a^e acciden s ^te^ -j uriavtwist^^    .^n    esUmated    1,2«)    relief    work.)w«.re:    The Rev John H.aynes - unlay ~ M Fphrata. \VasK:n^^^^ dential area in this northwesters. including 250 Nation^'Holmes, minister emeritus Florida town.    Guardsmen    and    several hundred    church. New- York:(and at Washington. Md. Two el-, VlV ...-- fPlAI/i    ..    ... He said the purpose of this was tonio congrcs.sman. state commit-; TixlfElsiOR^MiDICAl CLINIC teeman and re-elected Mrs. F. B. ’    —    "*“* to acquire control over other kinds of tests—in the atmosphere, Duarte state committeewoman. outer space and underwater. ‘ Miss Paulia W'eaver was elected Zorin said the Soviet Union had president, and Ken Lusk of North, carried out only one underground Texas University at Denton, vice; test recently and indicated Soviet; pre.^ident.    | experts had little opinion of their! The convention voted down ----f I I»ei»t B»11«    I jExc*lslor Springs, Mo.    | I Gmtltmtm kindly itnd mi »t mjci.l I your New F«t look. I am Intoroitoi int Mull iRfermition iPloost Chock ioi) I hH.r.i. D.„UK.I.n a I. — ’The ful ever to strike in this state, through Uov. Farris Rr>*ant and a group value. IresolutifHi to repudiate the candi-i Rrvant »aid he was appallert at-Navy men from Whiting Field, the violent force of the winds, took part in the relief work the Rev. Clarence E, Pickett. es^l'i'Tly P'-'"»'» (atally injured; ecutive secretary emeritus of the Sunday in a two<ar coll,sion near. :    PCUUve    .sin.'rei«ry    ciurmu»    w    -    wv    vr which in one area blasted a group The Guardsmen and highway    priends;    and    the    Rev.    Fiil^ton,    N.\. oi houses so thoroughly that the patrolmen closed oH the storm p^^y^ge A Buttrick, former Two te^-age youths were killed fmindations couldn’t be found 'area to keep out sightseers and,^,^^ yor)^ Pre<ihyterian mini.sler. ^ third di^ an hour «f er For the width of about three!prevent looting.    ^    I    The    Church    Peace    Mission    is    the    car    in    which    they    were    driy- blocks, the twister swept down Some residents returned.    veere^    into of from traditionally .strong peace Dean Urges Test Ban Treaty Okay i I ^c»VAiV4iikkii tu    «.iiv vr*Ar\ii- ' | !dacy of Fdwm Walker for gover-' UDOitss nor, another urging this country' } to suspend nuclear tests and a! UOWN— 1 third proposing to take away pow-; | , .    .    »STATE_______________________ ers of jurit'S to fix sentences. i t-—.—-.--— the twister swept down’ Some residents returned, everj’ hnusf and npped every tree faved and    weeping, to ^e ^ to ahreds. leov.ng only b.tre tree through the    rums for »mall items,^ tradit.onally    h— rtubs    of »ent,ment.i value.    ^    ^    fied    them    a»    Jairos    I-reneh. ¡^.„„.„»enable RrvMnt caid fcdoral authorities The ta.sk of burying the dead V    ^    ^    James    Padgett,    lo.    and E.dward    . were’expected to begin as.sessing Rets under    way today and willBrethren and the    Qu    .^    County,'test.s and sign GENEVA (AP)-U S. Delegate H&H Plumbing Co. 1 26 N. P»Of»e«r Dr. • Abil«n* Pbenc OR 3-8196 the damages today for possible continue through the week In-i asMStance. 'Hie civilian defen.se dividual funerals wiJ be held ex-^nyn^Qi^^ DiCS orsanizat™ »"<>    ODESSA (API-Dcath has tak- Se“riu“0"’’    hrec1.tw;r.Rir“^    >1- H. Simmons, «. president ■ ^e State“ R«r'Dcp,.rtment -I'-ie-who w.ll be given mass of the First N.rt.onol Bank of i planned IP move in to clear debris ;*iurial W ednesday.    ^”«i. wf1.^0^ ifrmn the    storm    area.    S<»me    improvement was notc<!    cral    other    West    Texas    banks.    He Br\*ani    flew    over the seven- i>unday    in the condition of Ronald    died    Saturday    night    after    suffer- Helms. 25. and his l7-monlh-old mg a heart attack at his office, dsiuehter, Deborah. They are in a Pen.sacola hospital. Helms’ wife and son. Ronnie Jr. w ere killed when their house was flattened Milton is about 30 miles north--'ast of    Pensacola. Us oopulation in 1960    was 4.000 but recent an nexation upped that to about 10,000. churchmen!^ clump    of    trees    near    Maysville    Arthur H. Dean today urged the Ky .    Sunday    night.    Police    identi    Union to reverse its totally i  —k.1. stand on nuclear a test ban treaty policed by international controls ^ w X ^ J IJ I BRAKE ADJUSTMENT ,Ky. ABILENE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS }41 CyprM« 0« 4-5764 ivóUrù Rivttf Oaks OR J-4JJI CAMERA SHOP err BLDDINC IM.A.NTS and BLL13S s;X6 Select vour individuolly ported bedding plonts in cH the wonderful varieties . . . they ore oil big. healthy o n d vigorous plants that will beautify your landscape. IN BAACK'S Wonderful collection cf bulbs vou ll find most every voriety adopted for West Texas Climate. Del Rio Paper Endorses Connaliy liaauk Florisls 1842 MATADOR OR 4-8830 DEL RIO lAPi-Thc Del Rio New.*;-Herald has endorsed John Connaliy for governor. An editorial in the News-Hcr* ald Sunday said Connaliy stands “head and shcwlders’* above the field in providing new leadership which the newspaper said Texas government net*ds. The newspaper described Con-nalJy as "an independent Democrat who does his own thinking ” and prai-sed him for propo.sing the responsible m<xierate approach behind which Texas can un:te” Netherlands Prince Visits in Mexico Ml- XICO ci'n* t AP' — Prince Bernhard of The .Netherlands is here for a weeklong visit. IT'S UP TO YOU! by TRUMAN P. 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