Abilene Reporter News, August 11, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1962, Abilene, Texas LATEST SPORTS gftflme SATURDAY Q >te "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES pRLD EXACTLY AS IT 82ND YEAR, NO. 56 ABILENE. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11. 'I'WENTY-FOUR PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Kennedy to Reveal Tax Plans Monday I REMEMBER Harris, 83, a native of Callahan County, who has never lived anywhere else, seems to be telling 2-year-old Stephen Dale Baugh, al- so a native-born who has never lived anywhere else, that he remembers when they used to carry real six shooters. Both were at the all-day county reunion Fri- day in Cross Plains. (Staff Photo) (Other picture, Pg. 1-B) Heat Doesn't Worry Seizure Callahan's Pioneers CROSS PLAINS (RNS) Some; in 1879 was the comparable among Callahan County pioneers, j the men. braving 100-degree temperatures here, spent Friday dancin', singin', eatin' and rememberin' at the 24th Annual County Reunion. The old timers get together, which opened with a parade at 8 a.m., was filed with activity from early morning to late that right. Registration, for the one-day af- fair, was followed by group sing- ing led by Mrs. Vida Hill and Mrs. Dorothy Boydstun Harper. The singers were accompanied by Barbara Ana Brooks on the ac- cordian. Hon. Mead F. Griffin of Aus- tin, associate Supreme Court jus- tice and out-going president of the Pioneers' Association, gave the welcoming talk. The welcome Louis Nichols of San Bedido, Calif., and Clara Nell Barr o! Engleton, Tex., came the greatest distance. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marshall were the longest married couple at the reunion, having been mar- ried in 1896. They now make their home in May: The couple married the longest with continued resi- dence in the county were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Payne who were mar- ried in 1911. They now live in Cross Plains. Following the afternoon fiddle contest and singing, square danc- to the tunes of a country string band went into the night. The Cross Plains riding club also entertained the group with barrel racing and roping. New officers elected for (he was followed by group singing coming year were judge j. R. and a silent tribute to deceased: Sr of .president; B. pioneers. Archie Simmon, 66, of Big Spring won first place in the olc fiddlers, contest. Second place went to Joe Burlcson, 73, ol Anson and third was taken John H. Deathridgc, 83, of Abi- lene. Elmer Gardiner, 68. of Abi- lene took fourth. Bob Blakley of Aspcrmont was selected the earliest cowboy and earliest man in the county, com- ing here in 1878. The earliest pioneer woman award went to Mrs. Null Arvin of Cottonwood who arrived in 1879. The earliest pioneer man with continued residence was George Blakley of Rowden who came to the county in 1883, and the simi lar award for a woman went to Mrs. Jennie Bnum of Cross Plains who was born here in 1878. The oldest native born man present at the reunion was Curtis Oglesby of Cross Plains who was born here in 1877, Mrs. Baum was the oldest native woman. Mrs. Baum was also the oldest native-born woman with continued residence and H. L. Harris of Cross Plains who was born here C. Christman of Baird, vice presi- dent. antJ Mrs. B. L. Boydstun of Cross Plains, re-elected secre- tary-treasurer. Mastcrs-of-ceremonies were B. H. Freeland nf Baird, Fred Heyser of Putnam, Randall Jackson of Baird and James Paul Shanks of Clyde. J. R. Black Jr. of Abilene was the speaker for the morning ses- Of Device h Sought The Food and Drug Administra- tion has a civil action in Fed- eral Court here to seize a device called a be- longing to a Hamlin chiropractor. Deputy U. S. Marshal W. C Black said Friday night he had Of retirement in an effort to soFv gone to Hamlin to serve papers on the chiropractor, William A. Pattillo, but was told that the Hamlin man was on vacation. The petition filed in the case the post go to Ossorio Arana, ilaimed Pattillo brought the de- 'ice back to Hamlin in his car rbm the Toftness Chiropractic llinic in Cumberland, Wis., in November, 1955. Officials hurriedly reinforced The device reportedly bears the the guard at the pink-colore abel: "neurolinometer, this in- r therapeutic value." This, the iix Arrested HOUSTON (API-Six managers f small loan offices in Houston 'ere arrested Friday for failure o obtain city operating li- Rebels Open New Attack In Argentina BUENOS AIRES, Argentii (API Insurgent troops led rebel Gen. Federico Toranzo Mo tero advanced from their stron tiold In northwest Buenos Aires Friday night for what could be showdown with forces supportir !he tottering regime of Preside Jose Maria Guido. Unconfirmed reports said tf insurgent forces, led by tanks an armored trucks, might wait un early Saturday morning to launc an attack. A spokesman for Toranzo Mo ;ero said the rebels are d ermined "to oust Preside Guido, and the man who will r place him is Gen. Arturo Ossor Arana." The spokesman. Col. Carlos E de Moore Koenig, declared 'Combat is the only answe There is no other way." The latest military crisis wa ouched off by Guide's appoin ment earlier in the day of Lt. Gen Eduardo Senorans as the new wa secretary. Senorans was called ou a dispute between rival army fac tions for the nation's top militar post. The demanded tha strong anti-Peronist. The cold, drizzly capital wa quiet and there were no signs o heavy military activity. Government House. Soldiers trument has no known analytical dressed in battle fatigues an armed with machine gun ictition states, is misleading as streamed down the passageways ipplied to a product which "is ntended for use in the diagnosis f disease in the course of the rofessional practice of a practi- ioner in chiropractic." Cisco Honors Its Guardsmen They set up machine gun post at all strategic corners. The build ng houses not only the presiden ial offices but those of the in erior minister, who controls th police, and temporarily those war secretary. No top government official were at government house. Quid lad left earlier for his suburba; Olives residence. The presidential press offta was busy pouring out commimi ques declaring that army garri sons in the outlying province lad joined loyal forces. Guido had made a nationwid radio-television address during the evening to urge support of his gov ernment. He called on Argentines o prevent "this dramatic hou 'rom becoming a tragic one." CISCO (RNS) 175 persons turned out for swim ming and barbecue Friday nighl in honor of the returning Nations Guardsmen. The party, from 4 to 8 p.m. ai Lake Cisco, climaxed "Nationa luard Day" as proclaimed by Mayor John H. Wchh. The guards- men were deactivated at cere- HAVE SOME MELON Winifred Hogan of Clyde, left, commander of Cisco's National Guard Unit, digs into watermelon Friday night at a party honoring re- turning Guardsmen at Lake Cisco. He here with Frank Sayre of Cisco, former commander of the guard unit. (SUlt Photo) monies at p.m. Thursday. Among the dignitaries present in addition to Mayor Webb were Grady Hogue, president of Cisco Junior College and vice president of the Chamber of Commerce; Winston Heidenhcimer, Command- er of the local American Legion Post; E. L. Jackson, chairman of the City Park Commission; Wini- Fred H. Hogan, commander of the local Guard unit; and Maj. Frank Sayre of Eastland, previous commander of the local Guard unit. Music for the Friday night af- fair was presented by the Cisco Band under direction of Kris Ritchie. 100-Pluj Number 7 Temperatures soared to 103 de- grees Friday for the seventh straight day at 100 plus readings. Little change is seen through Saturday; high Friday and Satur day will be between 100 and 105, according to the forecast. The hot spell is in sharp con- rast to last summer when the mercury failed to officially reach 100. It will have to go some to wat records set for AuguM and September of said Chief Me- teorologist C. E. Silchler. higher from Aug. 3 through Sept. a total o( 3D dayi, Sitchler Snyder Wreck Victim Dies SNYDER (RNS) Three-year- old Fred Allen Hodges, son of fir. and Mrs. Tommy Hodges ioulc 3, who was critically in ured in a motorscooter-pickup nick collision here Wednesday night, died at 10 a.m. Friday in Hendrick Memorial Hospital. The young boy, who was a pas- scnger on the scooter driven by his sister, had been in critical con- dition since being rushed to Hen- Irick Hospital about 6 p.m. Wed- nesday. The boy's sister, Jeanctte Ann 12, was in satisfactory condition in Cogdcll Memorial Hospital day night. The driver of the pick- up was not injured. Fred Allen was born Sept. 23, 195ft. Funeral will be at 3 p.m. Sat urday in Bethel Baptist Church with the Rev. Floyd Wallace, pas- tor, officiating. Burial will be in Snyder Cemetery under direction of Bell Funeral Home. Surviving are his parents; one sister, .leanette Ann, 12; a broth- er, Hubert. Pint Polio Dtoth I.UBBOCK and the South Plains recorded Its first xilio death Friday, John I.uther The mercury reached 100 or Crltn, He died of ntilbar polio. had no vaccine, but had misted that hit wife and two 4aufMin have tervm. LOCAL AND STATE BEAUTIES Miss Penny Lee Rudd, "Miss Texas of and Miss Marian Dubbs, "Miss Abilene of flash their smiles for photog- raphers Friday afternoon shortly after their arrival at Westgate Shopping Capital where the two were hon- ored guests at a Jaycee-sponsored dinner at 5 p.m. Miss Rudd and Miss Dubbs toured the new shopping center following the dinner. (Westgate photo, Pg. 4-A) (Photo by Kennye Manuel) Westgate Dinner Fetes Miss Texas By PHIL HAMILTON Reporter-News Staff Writer Abilene's new Westgate Shop ing Capital was honored Friday ith a visit from Miss Penny Le udd, "Miss Texas of wh; as honored with a dinner in Wy t's Cafeteria at 5 p.m., ani icnt the remainder of the eve ng touring the stores in the gi nt shopping center. The 19-year-old University o exas student, who arrived in Ab ene Friday afternoon, was join after a quick freshing up at thi arlite Motel, where she is stay g, by Marian Dubbs, "Miss Ab ene of for the trip to West ate, now having its formal open g on West 80. The Abilene appearance is Miss idd's first public appearance itside Fort Worth, where the Texas" Pageant was held id her home town, since she was imed "Miss Texas of 1962. The brown haired, brown cycc auty, who incidentally hails om Waskom, Tex., a town o: 300 people, situated just east o: arshall, said shortly after arriv- g at Westgate that she hadn't d a chance to look over the said to be the largesl opping center between Fort WEATHER U.S. DEPARTMKNt OF COMMEKCE WKATHKX HUREAU tfWralhrr Map, I'aip 2.A) ABILENE AND VICINITY I Radius cs) Fair and hot Saturday am HiKtt txtth days KK-105. LoH urcfay nlKht near 73. NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS: Fair and Saturday and Sunday. IsoUtrrt altvr- i Ihundcrshowrn south. High Satur- M-10H. VOKTHWKST TBXAS. Saturday Sundny, Net as hot Panhandle Sun- Saturelay 9H-10H. SOUTH CENTRAL TKXAS: Clear to udy ami hoi Saturday and Sunday i isolated late thunrttishowers north, h Saturday 9.1.98 near the COBS'. 98-106 interior, IFMI-KKATliRKS a.m. 79 101 100 102 102 101 101 7; DC lOrllfl fti............ M .......____ and low (or 24-hottn endiHir 103 and 70. Igh and low namr tail miwt MM nixht: trriay: i simsel tonllht: irnniclcr nl 9 p.m.: rmktnr p.m. M m Worth and El Paso, but "I hav seen the plans for it, and it seem to be a lovely setup, convenient tc everything." Her trip to Abilene is as a "vis iting rather than to a speaking engagement. "At leas I hope she said before rela ing an experience at a Jayce luncheon in Fort Worth not Ion ago when she was asked to mak a talk and wasn't prepared. "I told Bob Woody, (who is act ing as her manager for this trip that in the future, if I am expect ed to talk to let me know aheac of time." Miss Rudd's Abilene stop is one of a series of appearances arounc Texas prior to her trip to Allan :ic City for the "Miss America Pageant." She will go to Austin aturday and to Dallas on Mon day. "After that I don't know. I'm sure they have made some plans }Ut they don't tell me abou she said. When asked about her anticipa lion of the Atlantic City trip, sit said, "I can't wait; From all I've icard it will be an enjoyable time it won't be a vacation, if wha been toid is true. There be a lot of work involved, but i will be wonderful just making the .rip." She admitted that the work didn't bother her at all, "I enjoy neeting people, and this trip wil be quite she said. "I have been accustomed to bc- ng on my own after two years in college, but now I can't go any where without my manager (Bob Voody) and chaperon (Mrs. O In college I could at Icasl cave my room by myself." She admitted that the shot at he "Miss America" title makes t worthwhile, but said "I have given n lot of sorious thought to going back to school. I plan to en oil this fall, but if the present whirl keeps up, it will be difficult o keep up my grades." "I'm hoping that it will possi ily die down, but from what I've curd, it won't." Miss liudd, her chaperon and mnnnger, spent the time between dinner, sponsored by the Abi- one Jaycees, and closing lime ic shopping center, louring the looking over the mtr- hnmliw offered, her whirlwind trip to Abikm. Speech on U.S. Economy Slated WASHINGTON Kennedy will tell the American people Monday night whether he ever since the stock market drop thinks an immediate tax cut is in May. needed. The White House announced Fri day the President will go on ra dio and television at 7 p.m. East ern Daylight Time Monday to dis cuss the national economy. His half-hour speech will be car ried live by the ABC, CBS and

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