Abilene Reporter News, August 28, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1962, Abilene, Texas IN TURKEY CAROLINE DIVES Caroline Kennedy, the President's four-year-old daughter, dives into the sea Monday from a rock at the resort in Amalfi, Italy, where she is vacationing with her mother. (AP Wirephoto) First Lady Sings, Dances to Music RAVELLO. Italy (AP) Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy sang and danced Monday night to the mus- ic of an old acquaintance a young Neapolitan singer who made good in the United States. Enzo Lembo, 26-year-old son of a fisherman from Minori, a small village on the Amalfi Coast six miles from here, performed fr nearly two hours for the Ameri- can First Lady at a private party at the Kennedy vacation villa. Lembo. a blond, blue-eyed singer, met Mrs. Kennedy and the President last year. He played four times at the Kennedy Florida home. note and got an invitation to play Treatment Of Estes Said Normal Abilene Police Chief Warren TDodson said Monday that Billie much she asked us to record Johnson Observes 54th Birthday RuimebloGet First McdflNlon Runnds County's fimt hlstori cal medallion will be presented Tuesday at luncheon of the Jaycees Plan Public Park At Lake Leon EASTLAND Eastland jJaycees and the Eastland County "I was vacationing in I Water Board are working out a. Lembo said, "when I heard agreement where Jayceesjlast crlmes Mrs. Kennedy's vacation at Ra-jwin develop a 35-acre tract vello. I dropped Mrs. Kennedy B? GARVEN HUDGIN8 ANKARA, Turkey U.S. Vice President Lyndon B. John- son celebrated his 54th birthday Monday and assured Turkish lead- ers and the Turkish people that the United States is their friend and will stand by them. Bright sunlight bathed the cap- tal as Johnson mixed high-level alks with touring, on the second day of his official visit to Turkey. Johnson outlined to Turkish eaders the continuing American economic and military aid to this strategic North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) ally and to- gether they looked to the future. Informants said the vice presi- dent told Premier Ismet Inonu and President Cemal Gursel the United States realizes the need for direct economic aid for at least two more years. But Johnson made clear Wash ington is hopeful the day is com- ing when the help will be through development projects rather than direct aid. The Turkish leaders told him they already have on the boards a five-year program aimed at bringing economic recovery to the nation that has been through some hard times. Johnson met Inonu in the same office occupied by deposed Pre mier Adnan Menderes, who was overthrown and then executed greetinl as lie made the routine rounds for official visits with cheen from shoppera and work- men as they spotted him. But the crowds were sparse in contrast to the who turned out lor his arrival Sunday. The Turks had a birthday sur- prise for their distinguished Ro'ary E American cake in the day Gorman-Methodist Church. shape of a Texas-style cowboy hat. said. Mrs. Dudley will present the medallion to Everett J. Grindstaff, president of the Ballinger Museum Board. The medallion will he placed on a building on the D. E. Moody estate, site of an early The medallions are awarded by the state to structures of hi.stori- THE ABI1CNE REPORTER-NEWS 4 A AMlMM, TCIM, MerifcU. AHfUl a. MM il. arvhilecturil or cultural tlf-licuce. Historic Fort Belknip to Youal ounly recently was awarded edallion. Mrs. Dudley said. Dr. upert N. Richardson, president of Hardin Simmoni niversity, is chairman of the ate Millar Enliitc in Navy Thomas F. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy 1. Miller, Rt. 1. Clyde, has enlisted in the V. S. Navy, acordinf to Chief A. S. Stover, recruiter in Abilene. The graduate of Clyde High 'olish Diego, Calif. WARSAW, Poland Poland is building a gran-e monument in lower Siiesia in lemory of victims the EYES An new discovery. Professional Medication. crystal clear fluid starts immediately to irritations due to colds, aver- monujnent will be made bloodshot eyes. For the best eye care. 20' 20- Tht PrefessioMl 74-ten-ten blocks. Ofj against the t Gursel conferred for 90 minutes the north shore of Lakeiwjth Johnson at thfi presjdentia] lere for her." He said American Lady was a connoisseur of light Italian music. "At one he added, "Mrs. Kennedy began to sing the songs by herself and she knew the tvords quite well." Lembo said Mrs. Kennedy Leon, for a public picnic, where Johnson was honor First grornid and campsite area. guest at a luncheon attended by Bill Crocker Jaycee American and Turkish officials, and Charles Freyschlag, waleri Johnson was given a warn board chairman, selected a tenta- tive site last week. The 35-acre tract is east of the main bridge and across the danced with 4-year-old Caroline Plough from the jut of land on while an orchestra conducted bylwhich the north end of the bridge maestro Mario Schiavo played a'is anchored. Entrance to the park lullaby written for the will be about one mile north daughter. M brid8e. east off Farm Road 'Mrs. Kennedy liked the song so 2214. The long, narrow coastland o: Peru is a desert, broken only by irrigated valleys of Andean I streams flowing to the Pacific Ports, main cities and cotton and sugar plantations are found there American President poised on a near shore, leaned forward Sol Estes was not treated any differently than anyone else would have been when he was arrested, booked, "mugged" and fiiiRerprinted last Thursday right. "Departmental policy calls for everyone who is physically arrest- ed and hooked to be fingerprint- ed and Dodson said. He added that a person just issued physically arrested. Dodson pointed out that a mem- orandum dated July 23, 1S62 stip- ulates that all persons arrested will he fingerprinted and a photo- graph made of them, resardless of how many times they have been arrested previously, if any. Before the July 23 memorandum, policy was that all persons arrested and booked would be fingerprinted and mugged. Either would have covered Thursday night's circum- stances. Dodson said. Estes was arrested for al- legedly running a stop sign and driving a motor vehicle without a valid license, by Policeman Don Slatton at S. ISth and Oak. 6 Persons Named On Misdemeanors Six persons were named in mis- demeanor charges filed Monday in Taylor County Court-at-I-aw. Willie Washington, address list- ed as 437 Black, was charged with carrying a prohibited weapon, a pistol. Long-range plans for the proj- Lembo said. ect call for lighted and cleared pic- "We were invited again tomor- nic areas with water, tables, row nisht and we shall offer Car-'benches and sanitary oline the record." (Playground equipment facilities, for chil- Earlier in the day, Mrs. Ken- dren will be installed and main- nedy went water-skiing and Caro-'tained. A wading pool for small line swam in the sun-washed Gulf'children will be developed and of Salerno. J camping sites will be set up. Attired in a frilled two-piece i sajd the project should bathing suit, the far enougn by next spring to be opened for public use. Actual work on the project will be carried out by the Jaycees with the exception of heavy machinery for clearing and leveling and other such details which call for machinery. A name for the Jaycee park area will be selected. her arms wide and plunged n head-first. Once in, she splashed close to the beach in ilastic swimming tube with a Uickey Mouse head. Mrs. Kennedy and her sister, Lee Radziwill. had uncheon guests at their private beach house at Conca dei Marini.li Dr. Spock speaks about teen-age sex The famous counselor tells why boys and girls suffer different sexual anxieties, how parents can help, and why the girl is the one who must set the limits to phys- ical affection. Read Hoiv Parentt Can HelpAdolescentsUnderstand Sex in September on sale. Two Burglaries Net Tools, Radios Seven radios and some tools were taken in two separate bur- glaries here Sunday night and early Monday morning. Burglars entered the Firestone Store at N. 3rd and Cedar early Monday and made off with seven transistor radios valued at an estimated Six of the seveii radios were pocket-size, according to Del. Sgt. 0. L. Bayne, who is investigating the burglary. Bayne said entry was possibly gained through the north front door, which was unlocked. Taylor County deputies were investigating the burglary of the Theo Franklin Scott Jr. of Tern- tool shed at Elmwood Memorial pie was charged with driving while license suspended. He was arrested Sunday by the highway patrol. Willie Flanagan, address listed as 641 N. 9th, was charged with possession of wine. He was ar- rested at p.m. Saturday at his home by Liquor Control Board Agents Tom Head and F. M. Jones, who reported they confis- cated four "fifths" of wine in a tool shed at the rear of 633 N. 9th. Albert Thomas, address listed as 917-C Mesquite, was charged with possession of beer and whis- ky. He was arrested in front of that address at p.m. Friday by LCB agents who said they found beer and whisky in Thom- as' car. David Vargas Garcia, address listed as I72fi Kirkwood, was charged with driving while intox- icated. He was arrested by Abi- lene police Sunday. Ramon Augilar Sotelo, address listed as 2449 Green, was charged with driving while intoxicated He also was arrested by police Sunday. 'ark Monday, where a number tools were taken. Taken in the break-in, reported aturday, were a one-inch electric rill, a paint spray gun and com- ressor unit, a drop light and two lairs of hedge trimmers. EARLY AMERICAN IN SOLID OAK Finished in a beautiful Brown tone Oak finish DOUBLE DRESSER And Bookcase Bed '158 WHEEL CHANt RENTALS only 33c Day Buy on Terms. 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