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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR won. r-2 SVX31 3AV 3100 )T Byron 82ND YEAR, NO. 15 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY i, PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Associated Prea (IP) PRESIDENT MOBBED AT Kennedy shakes hands with his admirers as he works his way through a jam of people at the end of a prema- ture Fourth of July celebration for American residents of Mexico City Saturday. (AP Wirephoto) Crash on Curve Kills 2 Persons Mr. and Mrs. Hual R. Silva. 2018 N. 17th St., were killed early Saturday morning when the car in which they were riding went out of control at a curve on Spur 312 to Dyess AFB skidded side- ways, left the road and cart- wheeled end over end. Abilene policeman Harold Ham- brick, who investigated the acci- dent, said Mrs. Silva, 29, apparent ly was thrown from the tumbling vehicle and crushed when it rolled pvef her body. She was killed almost instantly, he said. Mr. Silva, 30, also was thrown from the car and was taken to Hendrick Memorial Hospital in a Laughter North ambulance. He died at a.m. The Silva vehicle traveled 284 feet after it left the road, Ham- brick "reported. The car, a 1950 Chevrolet, was a total loss, he added. Mrs. Heston 0. Higgins, who lives at Trailer Village near the NEWS INDEX SECTION A Obituaries Business Outlook Off news SECTION B Your Good Health Dyess ptx page SECTION C Women's news...... Goren on bridge Amusements........ Editorials.......... Radio-TV logs...... TV Scout SECTION D Sports news Book news 1-14 ,.10 10-11 ...12 ...13 ...13 1-5 11 Forms, markets 12 scene of the accident, heard the crash and notified the police .at a. m. "I was asleep in my bedroom and I heard it when it she said. Mrs. Higgins said the car was on its back when she saw it. She said that there had been several accidents at the curve in the road, near the entrance to Inter- state 20 on the Dyess road. "It has happened several times before, but I don't think anyone has ever been hurt in an accident she said. Hambrick also said that in the past few years there have been quite a few ac- cidents at the curve, Hambrick said, the automobile apparently was traveling north and left the road. Silva worked Tor a service sta- tion on S. 1st. St. and Mrs. Silva was employed at Mead's Frozen Foods Inc. 550 Ambler Ave. The couple was parents of three child- ren, Albert, 9; Mary Lou, 8, and Raul Jr., 2 months. The] couple was married in MarclJ of 1952 in Munday and Abilene five years ago. Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Silva will be held at 2 p.m. Monday'at the Assembly of God Church at N. 20th and Park. The Rev. Dometrio Flores will offici- ate. Burial will be in City Ceme- tery under the direction of Laughter North Funeral Home. The family will stay at 2009 Green St. Additional survivors of Mr. Sil- va are five brothers, Raymond of Abilene, Remigio of Chicago, 111., Ramirro of Wichita Falls, Ray- mundo of Munday and Rosendo of and Rosaena, both of the home in j construction and engineers order- Munday. Additional survivors of Mrs. Sil- j js the third time the roadbed brothers, Ignacio of j has been closed while under con- Wichita Falls, Jessie ,Iv., Mike ind Daniel all of Abilene, Pete of New Mexico, and Louis of San Angelo; and three sisters, Mrs. Petra Gonzales, Mrs. Ester Reds Get Warning In Joint Statement 3.90 AT GROSVENOR Heavy Showers Foil Over Area Abilene received .92 of an inch started just after 7 a.m. of moisture Saturday as scattered stopped by 9 a.m. WHERE IT RAINED ABILENE Municipal Airport .92 Total for Year .........11. Normal for Year......... 11.85 DYESS AFB ..............62 ALBANY BAlItri BRECKENR1DGE CLYDE andicoLEMAN (CROSS CUT 2.20 1.06 2.95 Hit Meddling MEXICO CITY 2.50 joking and shaking hands, Presi- dent Kennedy went through an- othe- triumphal day of his state visit to Mexico Saturday. __ _ 350 Then, with President Adolfo Lo- uiundershowers skipped across Albany received 2.20 inches by CROSS PLAINS ...........1.28 Maleos, he issued a sharp warning against Communist med- dling in the Western Hemisphere. Mexican crowds, still in the 7 a.m. and additional rain the area dumping rainfall up to nearly four inches, which block- ed roads in at least one area. Saturday's total, recorded jo ______ moisture began 'failing at 3 a.m. and continued later in the morning. Colcman reported 2.95 inches fell GROSVENOR EASTLAND the weather bureau at the Muni- cipal Airport, brought the year's total rainfall to H.8B inches, eom- LUEDERS to slowly during the middle of the MERKEL morning. Moran in Shackelford reported 1.08 inches early Satur- day, and an extreme downpour 3.90 .25 HAMLIN KNOX CITY fiesta mood of the Kennedy ar- Maleos government toward the 1.15 .18 MORAN J.08 county IPUTNAM highway across Hubbard Creek. Hard rains on the creek water- shed south of Bveckenridge put about three feet of water over the point where the creek crosses the .highway. Munday; two sisters. Rosalinda] ;r-ne section of road is under! other reports of flooding. RISING STAR 2.00 pared with 11.85 inches for a normal year. Heavy rains on U. S. Highway 180 near the Shackelford-Stephens _. ___ _____ .._ __ County line forced closing of the Of town. However, there were no SWEETWATER Trace ROSCOE .04 of "four inches was reported west RULE Lopez Mateos by making a determined to "oppose totalitarian nstitutions and activities which are incompatible with the demo- cratic principles they uphold." This was taken as a clear warfl- ing to Castroisls and Soviet coni- munism to beware of meddling in the hemisphere. But Kennedy apparently made no effort tq change the policy of the Lopez rival Friday, turned out for an other look at the U.S. President and the First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy. Mrs. Kennedy scored a hit at a luncheon for President and Mrs. shorl WINTERS led it closed about p.m. This and Mrs. Mary Abilene, Garcia, all of structitm. However, Bveekenvidge bad recorded only .10 of an inch of moisture. Six miles south, a of 2.90 inches was report- ed. TCR Stock, Entries Arrive in Stamford By BOB COOKE Reporter-Xcws Farm Editor ,and their families who have had some actual experience hi the cow STAMFORD Bucking stock business, or in handling cattle. Elsewhere rainfall up to 3.90 inches was recorded in Grosvenor in Brown County, the heaviest re-j ported in the area. Baird report-' ccl 3.50 inches of rain in a onc- and-vs-hour hour period Satur- day morning. The rainfall, which was accompanied by a little hail, for the Texas Cowboy Reunion, opening at 8 p.m. Monday for four shows, arrived here Saturday from St. Jo where Adrian Parker, {rodeo producer, has headquarters. Also arriving Saturday were first entries in the Palomino U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE VEATHEK BI'KE.ii; (Weather Map. Pace H-A) ABILENE AND I Radius 4 Miles) I'.'irtlv clouuv. warm scattered afternoon ;n thunticrshtmenv Legal Help JERUSALEM. Israeli Sect (AP) An Israeli lawyer said Saturday he would act to block any attempt of the government to deport convicted Soviet spy Robert A. Soblen to the United SlatCS- iVr'Sl "late" llfunde........... Attorney An' Ankorion said TEXAs; had already taken one step in ask- ing Interior Minister Moshe Sha- piro "not to exercise his power of deportation because of the ab- sence of an extradition trentyj between Israel and the United Horse Show, the first officially- related Texas Cowboy Reunion event in which judging will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday. Superintendent Cecil Eager, his co chairman, B. R. Webb, and steward. Brad Rowland, were as- signing stalls to early arriving ex- hibitors. Eager said a major por- tion of the entries would arrive Sunday morning. Mrs. Cannon said incomplete re- ports indicate that six directors and 14 members of the associa- tion have died since the 1961 re union. Old-Timers Need Recruits "Our old timers are passing on and our association is seeking new she said. Jimmy Heap and Melody Mas- Cutting Eliminations Also, Sunday afternoon the eliminations in the open catting SOUTH 'CENTRAL TEXAS: partij nudv and warm Sunday Hint Mortrtai !horse contest in connection with the rodeo will get underway in the rodeo arena at 1 o'clock. Scores of horses that took part taytime tin 'TOIPKRATI-KES ters will play each night in Round Up Hall, Mrs. Cannor said. This is a paid admission af- fair and the proceeds go to the association. The first formal session for old timers will be the business meet- ing at a.m. Tuesday in the Bunk House. The annual parade lion with the rodeo is scheduled for 4 p.m. Monday. Also, the Quarter Horse judging will be held Monday. Wright Armstrong of Fort Castro regime. speech in Spanish in which she echoed her husband's praise of the Mexican government's efforts toj improve the lot of its people. President Kennedy seemed in good spirits throughout the day as ne shook hand.s with Mexicans at housing development, gave a pep talk to the U.S. Embassy staff just before a heavy rain poured down and traded jokes with President Lopez Mateos at lunch about Mexico's ban. on re- election of its presidents. "I had not realized how radical the Mexican revolution was until 1 learned that its slogan was: ef- fective suffrage and no re-elec- Kennedy said, "We have a good deal in common but, I'm glad to say, not everything." The President, who winds up his visit Sunday after attending Mass at the famed Roman Catho- lic Basilica of Guadelupe, told the luncheon group: "My wife and I and all the members of the government who came back with an ex- traordinary sense of the warmth, vitality, life, the sense of vigor, the sense of hope, the sense of participation in the great move- ments of this country, which Saturday in the West Central Tex-j iVorth! executive vice president of States." In the message to Shapiro, Ankorion said, be stressed "the obvious political nature of the of- fenses of which Soblen was con- victed in the United States, even according to a statement made by the State Department spokes- man." Sat. D.ll lit] lit K-t '4 IV >.ni.: m llich nd low and nd low same It-rio 10-00 ftir last Sunset last niBhl. :55; .sunset tanism: Barometer rcn.linT 9 luv Humidity at 9 p.m.: 83 as Cutting Horse Assn. contests were held over for the Sunday eliminations in which 12 horses with the best score qualify for the TCR rodeo. Mrs. Frank Cannon, secretary of the Texas Cowboy Reunion Assn., only distantly related to the Texas Cowboy Reunion, said 911 association members are expect- to begin arriving Sunday. The Delation is made up of men the Fort Worth Denver Division of the Burlington Linos, notified TCR officials Saturday that he and his party will arrive on a spe- cial car shortly before noon Mon- day. The party is to be feted at! mark the people of Mexico. This is the impression 1 will carry with After the lunch, Kennedy and Lopez Mateos issued a joint com- munique summing up their pri- vate talks. While both expressed opposition to communism in the Western Hemisphere they did so without the Guest House. "About Normal" deviating from their own individ- policies toward Prime Minis- ter Fidel Castro's Cuba. Late Saturday afternoon Carl E. Swenson, rodeo events chairman, Sec RODEO, Pg. 6-A, Col. 3 Mexico has been carrying on a so-called soft line toward the Cas- tro ref ime. The joint communique statec the United States and Mexico are Red Shift In Troops Studied TAIPEI, Formosa (Af) The Chinese Communists are moving :he center of their military might :rom the north to central arid South China, from where they could drive cither against ?ormo- sa or Southeast Asia, top Nation' alist military leaders said Satur- day. Reinforcement of Hed units op< posite Formosa is merely part of this major redepjojjnent, ttujy re- port. They base their appraisal on a mountain of intelligence reports The same sources predicted, in advance, the massive.Hed ar- tillery attacks of 1958 on Quenioy, the bristling Nationalist island for- tress only five miles off the main- land. These Nationalists dp not pre- ict another major attack against Quemoy at this time, although they do not rule but that possi- bility. They see two main reasons for the redeployment of the Red Chi- nese military forces to the south and central provinces. First, the center of Asian un- rest has moved from the Korea- Japan area to Southeast Asia. By moving their military power southward, the Reds are closer to troubled Laos and South Viet Nam, now torn by a Communist guerrilla campaign. Second, the movement of thou- sands of fresh ground troops into the southern provinces could put down internal revolt. The Nation- alists say that the Reds are hav- ing the most trouble from the ci- vilian population in the south. As Birthday Nears. Eyes Mother's Room By KATHARYN BUFF Reporter-News Assistant Editor Little Eddie Jones, a baby who "couldn't will have his first birthday Thursday. He's a healthy, alert, 26-inch, 23-pound fellow, possessed of five teeth, the beginnings of a vocabu- lary and the ability to stand alone just a moment before he piop! He seems a perfectly normal year-old and that makes him a "miracle" baby toe his is a most abnormal story. Eddie is the firstborn of Sharon and Jack Jones. He lives with his parents in a little home at 1241 Beeoh St., a home in which his mother lies unconscious, breathing because of medical machines and nursing care kept for her by Eddie's de- termined young father and kept, too, by thousands of friends, known and unknown, who have given lo make her care possible. Eddie's mother, 24 year old Sharon, hns been unconscious for 18 months and 19 days, since she was jarred into sleep by a wreck as she was Christmas shopping Dec. 19, 19M. So Eddie looks to his father for the adoration, companionship and the spankings most babies, gel from two parents. Eddie gets them all and ho Is a happy youngster except the uneasy, almost terrified, look which comes to him when his baby world Is Invnded by In grim sounds from his mother's t h e sounds of he coughing, the sucking o which keep her breath ig against that day she may wake. Little Eddie didn't have a nance at life, it seemed. Sharon had just learned she was o have a baby when the wreck lappened. Eddie was delivered pre- maturely bv Caesarean section on iuly 5, 19M, at Hendrick Memo- Hospital. i Medical 'Miracles' He was delivered and that ieemctl a medical miracle for Sharon had then been unconscious six and a half months. He lived. That seemed another miracle and his normalcy, anoth- er. Doctors feel so good now about Sddie they can say how very bad t was at first. We feared he didn't have a his pediatrician says. 'Three or four times a day here at first we would think Sddie was dead. 'We had him in the incubator, of course, and we used oxygen, mist everything we thought might help. 'But it Was the nurses the LVN's, the RN's, the supervisors who saved him. "The. 'tcrally kept him alive hy artificial respiration. When he was lutned he'd quit breathing. They would start his breath- Ing, again and again. "And finally he made it." Doctors kept Eddie In the hos- pital several weeks, just to he sure, and then Ihcy let young Jack Jones lake his little family home, tiny, baby, his pretty unconscious wife. And how are they, here a year laler? in his voice for (he baby seemed from the beginning] doomed. "If there's anything wrong with! Jack assumes w Eddie I haven't found carried out doctor says with doctors say. He follows directions for Ed- die's care. He does just as we want him to." the doctor says. Always Hopeful When Jack brings the baby to the office the doctor says he asks about Sharon and the answer is always the same, always hopeful. "Jack always says, 'She may be about to wake up.' And will she? The young mother. doesn't know she is a mother, sleeps on peacefully except for coughing spells as she unconsciously fights for breath. But for the unconsciousness she seems in excellent condition, for she has care. Her skin is tended so that it ii smooth and soft. Her hair lightened, then dark- Sec BIRTHDAY. Pg. 6-A, Col. 1 EDDIE PI S LIKE AMY OTHER CHILD despite absence of mother's cure A RIG WORLD AWAITS HIM KAtte ta teanUai SMALL TALK with daddy's help, Eddie "chata" on play phone   

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