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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               _ATB" SPORTS "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE J BIST YEAR, NO. 315 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL D EXACTLY AS IT Byron 30IAW3S JOHrXW PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PTWM WHAT ABOUT WOMEN'S RIGHTS? Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Cox of Breckenridge, right, tells Mrs. Jack Wheeler of Abilene that he feels some of the statutes relating to women's rights are outmoded particularly those per- taining to property rights and in the taking of legal depositions. Mrs. Wheeler was introduced to Cox by Ray Grisham, center, Taylor County campaign co-chair- man, at a reception Friday night. (Staff photo) Cox Booms Conservatism Drum in Campaign Here Jack Cox stumped for votes in familiar territory Friday over a seemingly endless cup of coffee and in a series of energetic speeches. To his Abilene and area sup- porters, the Breckenridge oilman confidently predicted 'victory in the Republican primary now just a week away. To -those, .conservatives who would lean toward the Democratic fold, the GOP candidate added a note of caution that any Democrat elected to the governorship would be forced to support the liberal presidential tickel at the 1964 Democratic national convention. Cox pointed out in a noon speech at the Woolen Hotel that this year's gubernatorial election is significant because sound, con- servative government will be re- Yarborough Here Today Don Yarborough, candidate for governor on the Democratic ticket, will be hosted at a public coffee at 10 a.m. Saturday morning in the Walnut Room the Windsor Hotel. Yarborough brings his "make Texas first" campaign to Abilene after making a 30 minute address Friday night over Uibbock TV. A 12-membe.r committee of local supporters is making arrange- ments for the coffee at which Yarborough will outline his plat- form and report on the progress of his campaign. Members of the committee are Herman Whatle.y, Mrs. J. C. Al- len, Miss Elaine Suggs, Mrs. B. D. Brown, Mrs. Bill Moore, Lee Sutton, Warren Wofford, John Davidson, Mrs. George Mumme, Bill Mclntyre Jr., and Dan Doss. He goes from Abilene to El Paso to wind up a week of per- sonal campaigninp in widely sepa- rated sections of Texas. Yarbor- ough has scheduled two statewide television addresses next week, Monday and Friday. The Monday telecast will be on KPAR-TV at p.m. Army Ousts Major Over Talk to DAR Western Leaders Set Talks WASHINGTON Kennedy welcomed British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan to Washington with full military hon- ors Friday and declared theif pol- icy talks would range over all the world trouble spots. Macmillan, replying, said he was "grateful for the chance to- be here, especially at this time when, although there is much cause for anxiet; there is also much need for patience and firm- ness combined." Both men noted that this will be their fifth meeting since Ken- nedy took office in January last year. Macmillan said he was pleased that such discussions are becoming normal. Kennedy arrived at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., at p.m. after a flight from Palm Beach, position of governor, Cox wnere ne spent a iv-uay Related Story, Pg. that he is native Texan, vacation. turned to Texas in the event he of Breckenridge High and arrived 17 minutes later. elected. With the establishment of a two-party system in Texas, Texas State University, has served five years in the Navy anc three terms in the Texas beside Kennedy, the prime minister received a 19-gun salute, the shots booming out as theorized, the state cquld send U.S. Air Force band played strong delegation to the also pointed out that he Save the Queen" and "The Republican convention in on several major Banner." Kennedy that Texans could help in the Legislature and on the received a similar welcome a conservative platform for of Higher Education he went to Bermuda in De- GOP ant! assist in the election of Cox also told about Republican to the White whom one columnist has two men reviewed the Cox's second Abilene to as "the Rebuplican ceremonial troops under appearance started Friday to Jacqueline bright sun, then exchanged a ing with a press conference, welcome and statement of tinued with the noontime said he would make a before boarding helicop- which attracted a inventory of the for the White House. only crowd of some 75 and machinery of Texas so attending the White fans, and ended Friday night prepared to invite industry correspondents' and pho- a Windsor Hotel reception and state. He cited the value of dinner Friday night, evision "business climate" and were to confer throughout More than 100 persons a conservative with a final meeting hands with the personable help get more factories afternoon. crat turned Republican He advocated the spent 10 days at Palm date, including Giles Miller law be placed in the with his family. He was Dallas, who is seeking the and looked relaxed as he nomination for state COX, Pg. 7-A, Col. there. man at large. Miller had paigned earlier in the day at inH ITnrt Wnrf U.S. JdS tlllQ r Ori WU1 III. Arranging the luncheon were Cox's Taylor County campaign co-chairmen, Hal Sayles and Grisham. The candidate was troduced by Dick Elam. Discussing his qualifications With JOHN RODERICK TOKYO (AP) and treated for exhaustion. Japanese students tried to force their way into the U.S. of about 500 tried to storm the embassy. They ran Friday in protest against American nuclear in the on into the police, who were determined to keep them from the Scheduled events to be They clashed noisily building. They were tended by the three candidates for the District 24 state who beat, them back in kicking, shoving back, shouting and protesting. About 100 got as far as ate post as reported by it was a relatively gates. candidates themselves, are The country 500 students returned to to be taking the embassy in the evening and DAVID of tests calmly, despite to stage a sitdown. Police protests lodged with Saturday Gail, Big States by the RIOT, Pg. 7-A, Col. 3 Monday Aspermont, Old ry, Swenson, Peacock. DALLAS PERKINS Saturday Not reported. Monday Not reported. TRUETT of the demonstrating students were from the leftist Zenga-kuren Student Federation, and they kept the embassy area in a state of confusion for Spring Wreck Fatal to Woman Saturday Abilene, Seven were arrested. suffered minor SPRING (PNS) A one- Monday Not cuts. One was taken to turnover on State Highway some 2.2 miles northwest of HOUSE MOVING, TEXAS STYLE A two-story, unoccupied barrack at Sheppard Air Force Base shows the power of a small tornado which rjpped across this north Texas air base Thursday night. Fi ve empty barracks were thrown off their foundations by the storm which did an estimated damage to the base while injuring 13 persons, none seriously. (AP Wirephoto) Violent Storms Rake Texas Areas Second Straight Day By Aug. 11, Army Confirms The Army announced Friday that nil Reserve and National Guard units called to active duty last October because of the Berlin crisis will leave for home between Aug. 1 and 11. Effected by the release order will be Abilene'8 490th Civil Af- fairs Co., under the command of Lt. Col. Frank W. Meyers Jr., now serving at Ft. Gordon, Ga. The unit has been on active duty in Georgia since Oct. 27. Also to be returned home under the same order will he area menv btri of 40th Armored Divliion of the Texas National Guard now stationed at Ft, Polk, La. The 49th will depart Louisiania on Aug. 5 Guardsmen of all the services sairj Mrs. Crump, who was and the entire move home is ex- pected to be' complete within .24 hours. Wisconsin's 32nd Infantry Divi- iously. sion will head the parade of the men being rclcitsed. It will start from Ft. Lewis, .Wash., Aug. 1, and the Army smd it ex- pected the entire division to be in Wisconsin by Aug. 5. The Army released a demobili- zation schedule for more than 400 unili follow up to President Kennedy's announcement on April 11 that Reservists and National during August unless the interna- The Nevy haa announced plans their 4V ship and 18 air squadrons on Aug. I. The Air Force has not set any specific dates for releasing the Air Guardsmen and Reserv- ists It mustered, but will do dur- ing August, Big Spring Friday afternoon kill ed a 48-year old Lubbock worn an and injured another woman. Mrs. Rachlal Gaylon, a passen ger in a car driven by Mrs. Bonnie Bain Crump, also of Lubbock was pronounced dead on arriva at Cowper Clinic Hospital about 2 p.m. Mrs. Crump's injuries were saic not to be serious. Highway Patrolman Jimmy would be returned to civilian life Diving toward Big Spring, was apparently attempting to pass a tional situation deteriorated ser- truck when the wheels of her car dropped off on the gravel shoul der, causing it to roll twice across to release its Reservists and the pavement. It halted 560 fee from where it went out of con trol. Parks said. Mrs. Gaylon's body was to be taken to Sanders Funeral Home in Lubbock. She It survived by brother ft. M. of Bif By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on White Rock Lake in Dallas and Marauding spring thunder- storms crackied across the Texas midlands Friday heavy rains, high winds and hail. The thunderstorms struck the Arlington Irving area between Dallas and Fort Worth shortly be 'ore 5 p.m. and caught tens of thousands of home bound work- rs. There was minor flooding re- ported at Irving in Dallas County vith some buildings suffering wind damage. Several sailboats were caught Rain Takes 'Day Off Most Places The brief respite in April thun- dershower activity for most Abi- ene area points is expected to stretch through Saturday but an other dose of rain is forecast for Sunday. Rains Thursday night measured as little as .20 of an inch at 3ronte to a flash flooding three nches at Dunn. A hail tornado combination caused considerable property and crop damage in the Anson Avoca area. Friday three points reported more rain with 25 inch at Haskell the greatest. The Weather Station at Munici- pal Airport totaled .60 inch ol :ain Thursday night and early Friday with .44 of it coming after 11 p.m. Thursday. In town, great- est amount reported unofficially was one inch at 522 Grape St. were overturned by the buffeting winds. Occupants clung lo the overturned crafts until rescued. Rain and light hail struck the West Texas area around Benjam- in in Knox County. Sheriff H. C. Stone said four tornado clouds were spotted in the area but none touched the ground and no dam age was reported. The weather bureau warned that the counties of Navarro, El- lis, Kaufman, Hunt, Fannin and eastern portions of Dallas County should take precautions from se- vere thunderstorms until 9 p.m. The new siege of turbulence fol- lowed severe weather Thursday night and early Friday that left three persons dead. Official rainfall measurements for the 24 hours prior to 6 p.m. Friday included: Abilene .60, Aus- ton .55, Junction .87, Lubbock .08; Lufkin 1.72, Midland .29, Minera Wells 106, San Arigelo .77, San Antonio 1.C6, Victoria .43, Waco 1.14 and Wichita Falls .87. Temperatures, many of them rain cooled, were mild. The maximums ranged from 92 at La redo to 64 at Childress. Mosl maximums were in the 70s bul rose to the 90s in extreme south western portions of the state. Saturday 80, low Saturda tin 1.30, Beaumont College Station .39. Corpus Christ! .08, Childress .29, Dallas 2.23, Fort Worth 1.45, Galveston .49. Hous- Soulhern Senators Defend Vote Test WASHINGTON !AP) South- ern senators said Friday thai if literacy tests have been used to keep qualified Negroes from vot- ing, the Justice Department has fallen down on the job of enforc- ing the law. They also ripped into an admin- istration bill to establish a sixth grade education as an adequate voter literacy test as being a pun itive, unconstitutional measure aimed at the South in an effort to cater to minority groups. WEATHER U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WEATHER BUREAU map, PERC 3-A) ABILENE AND VICINITY (radius of A mUe_o Partly cloudy through Sunday with no important temperature changes i-hancc for showers and thundershowe Sunday afternoon and Sunday nichi. Hii 'ay night 55-fi Sunday 85. Humidity at 9 p.m.: 75 per cent. NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS Clear t jartly cloudy Saturday. Cloudy Sun day. Scattered thunderstorms and coole west portion Sunday afternoon. Hifjl Saturday 80-85. NORTHWEST TEXAS dear to part- cloudy Satm-day night and Sunday. Thunderstorms north portion Saturday and south portion Sunday, Cooler Sunday. Hinh Saturday 78-85. SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS Clear to night. Forma' Aide 01 Walker Dismissed By GARDNER L. BRIDGE WASHINGTON (AP) Maj. Arch E. Roberts was ordered de- prived of his active Army com- nission and returned to civilian ife Friday as a result of a speech made before the Daughters of the American Revolution last week. Secretary of the Army Elvis J. Stahr Jr. took the action "because of improper statements made by Maj. Roberts in an uncleared speech." he said. Roberts, declaring Stahr's or- der means loss of his pension rights, said he will appeal. 'I can object to these and do not have to consent to he told a reporter. "I expected a hearing and I still expect a hearing. My post tion has never been revealed, ex- cept to the dear ladies in the DAR, God bless he added. Roberts delivered an impromp- tu talk at the DAR convention Ap- ril 19 after the Pentagon refused to approve the formal speech he had prepared for the occasion. In his off-the-cuff remarks, Rob- erts attributed a Communist back- ground te Mayor Samuel Yorty of Los a charge Yorty nounced as ridiculous and ac- cused Assistant Secretary of G. Mennen Williams' of, leftist leanings. Williams has been on trip to Africa. Stahr decided after an investi- gation, the Defense Department announced, that Roberts had "vio- lated traditional standards of con- duct for an officer of the U.S. Army." An Army spokesman said the order relieving Roberts from ac- tive duty is effective May 7. The 47-year-old major will retain his reserve commission. The spokesman said the Army plans no further action against Roberts "as of implying the case was perhaps not yet closed. Roberts, who formerly served under the controversial former Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker in Germany, was suspended from See OUSTER, Pg. 7-A, Col. 3 Saturday High Saturday ctoutl. i'nir 85-93. SOUTHWEST TEXAS Clear to part- ly cloudy and warmer Saturday to Sun- day. High Saturday in 80s. TEMPERATURES .m. Fri. p.m. ______ 70 72 74 76 ______ 73 72 ___________ G4 61 60 ________ and low for 24-hours ending 9 76 and 57. High and low same date last year: 37 and 45. Sunset last nifiht; sunrise today: sunset tonight: Barometer reading at 9 p.m.: 27.90. Fri a. 58 57 5H p.m.: NEWS INDEX z 4-6 9 SECTION A Obituaries......... Sports Oil news.......... SECTION B Church news............jj Goren bridge quii J Women's news...........3 Editorials...............J J Radio-TV TV Scout............. J" Form news, markets..... U WHERE IT RAINED ABILENE ......Fri. 2-day total i LAWN Municipal Airport ......44 .60 LQRAINE Total for Year...........2.68 Normal for Year .........5.08 DYESSAFB LAKE ABILENE ...........80 PHANTOM HILL LAKE 1.10 KIRBYLAKE .............60 ALBANY .................1.23 ANSON .2.40 AVOCA............. BAIRD .....................1.00 BALLLNGER' BIG SPRING BLACKWF.LL .................40 BRECKENRIDGE ...75 .1.40 LUEDERS .................1-00 MERKF.L ..90 MOHAN ....................1.10 MUNDAY .................2.00 OVALO ......................61 PUTNAM ...................M RANGER ..................1.00 RISING STAR .............1.00 ROBERTLEE, ROBY ......................75 50 ROCHESTER .............-.55 IROTAN ....................1.10 BUFFALO GAP .............90 CLYDE ....................1.20 COLEMAN COLORADOCITY...........41 DENTON VALLEY ........1.50 EASTLAND trace 1.10 ELMDALE GOREE ...90 HAMLIN ....................69 WEINERT HASKELL ..............25 1.20 WESTBROOK HAWLEY ..................1.00 W1NQATE JAYTON WINTERS ..75 ...r, ...80 ROSCOE ROWENA RULE SANTA ANNA .............210 SNYDER ....................98 STAMFORD ...............2.67 SWEETWATER SYLVESTER ............801.05 ,90 TRENT ......................80 TUSCOLA ...................90 ..50 For your reading pleasure Sunday! Pre-Election Roundup Election news Sunday at its best! Pictures and stories on Abilene, area local and district races; map and charts on where Abilene Democratic and Republican citizens vote; sample Taylor County Democratic and Republican ballots, if They Call YWCA Home The Sunday cover page of the Women's Section salutes the young women who call Abilene s YWCA home the interests and friendships which they share as residents of Abilene s Y; New Trends in Furniture for spring decorating will be featured in story and pictures in the Women's Section. Young Outlook Young Outlook explores the licensing of drivers with their comments on the Driver s cation program. Track, Basebeli, Golf IN Sunday's Big Sports Scctim   

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