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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               AMene 28 Permian 6 Cooper 7 Odessa 26 Brack 51'vllle 28 16 Big Spring 19 MM.le0 7 Angeto Midland 21 21 C-Clty II Anson 0 MMIM HMO! 14 30 Write 27 I Stated 10 SMar Abilene sw3i crnva (TZ 3AV 3103 t3W kj 9908 X9 03 631VC i AMIS H1IJOHOIW "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS fT 82ND YEAR, NO. 119 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Prut (ff) CONGRESS LEADERS HUDDLE House Speaker John McCormack, left, of Massachusetts, and Senate Majority Leader John Mansfield of Montana pose as they met Friday in Mansfield's office. The leaders had hoped Friday would be the last day of Congress but plans for adjournment died late Friday as the House called a session for Saturday noon. (AP Wirephoto) Hopes for Adjournment Die as House Recesses WASHINGTON (AP) Con- gress night hopes to adjourn Friday were blasted when the House tailed to muster a quorum, and had to quit untU noon Satur- tliings, they carry actual funds for water and flood control proj- ects. For most of the day and ning, both the Senate and House were in recess, subject to call, while behind-the-scenes negotia- bers after a long delay. That was lions were carried on in hope of day. A roll-call ,'ote on an amend- ment to a public works appropri- ation bill produced only 204 mem- 14 short of a quorum. Rather than try to round up ab- sent members. Majority Leader mained, however, including two] who already had seen several o big money bills. Among other (their adjournment targets come arriving at compromises satisfac- tory to all concerned. This final regular session of the Carl Albert of Oklahoma moved 87th Congress already has run for adjournment and Speaker John I longer than any since the Korean and go, were driving for a quick windup. The Senate was in session foi several hours early in the evening while several senators made speeches to a handful of col leagues. The big break came late in the afternoon when Senate-House con- ferees reported agreement on a measure authorizing navigation, flood control and power dam proj- ects to be built in future years W. MeCornrack of. Massachusetts declared the motion carried. House veterans said it was the first time since March 16, 194c that the House had failed to mus- ter a quorum or majority to trans- act business. A State-Justice-Com- merce appropriation bill was in- volved then and only 203 mem- bers were present. Leaders believed they could pro- duce enough absentees by noon Saturday to have a quorum and continue business. Many of the ab- sentees were Easterners who had left late Friday. Many of the Cal- ifornia members had left for Sat- urday's funeral for Rep. Clem Miller of California. It had appeared earlier that ac- tion by Senate conferees in yield- ing to the House on billion in authorizations for "pork bar- rel" projects had cleared the way for final adjournment sometime during the night. Other ticklish problems re- War session of 1951 which ended [with funds to be appropriated la- Oct. 20. Congressional SCHOOL TEACHER Czech Reds Hold American as Spy PRAGUE (AP) Communi Czechoslovakia announced Frida the arrest of a U.S. citizen o spy charges. A report carried by the officia Czechoslovak News Agency CT said Robert Roy Budway, i Washington, had collected de- 'ensc dala about this Red-rule country. Budway, 34, a teacher by pro 'ession, was recruited for the U.S There's A Big Sunday Awaiting You in We Visit ASPERMONT Aspermont, county scot of Stonewall County, holds some of this area's best-known landmarks. Staff Writer Norman Fisher looks at the area's natural resources and agriculture, visits its recently school district, and recalls some of its colorful history, The Horseless Carriage Club While the 1963 models are (he topic of conversation otnong cor owners, one group" ol West Tcxans talks the age of cars the more age the better. The Horseless Car- riage Club, devoted to restoring and preserving the early classics ol the automotive world. Is the picture and story feature of the Women's Section cover poge. if Football and tfa World Scries Staff coverage of trie big ACC and Hordin-Slmmons game, MeMurry-Arllngton struggle Southwest encc stories, the windup of World Series, depending upon the weather ond which team wins. Intelligence Service while serving with the American Army in West Germany, CTK said. Budway's mother, Czech by birth, left the United States in 1932 and returned here after the death of her husband. She settled at Plzen. Robert Budway re- mained in the United States, ac- cording to the agency. CTK said Budway, who speaks Czech fluently, had been collect ing samples of uranium ore am Jirough friends had attempted to pass out leaflets hostile to Czech- oslovakia. CTK said Budway had irought the leaflets into Czechos- lovakia illegally. The CTK report did not make :lear when and where Budway was taken into custody. It said was arrested while receiving instructions to expand espionage activities in Czechoslovakia. In addition to "other documen- tary material found in his pos- session which fully proves his es- pionage activities were tapes on which he secretly recorded vari- ous compromising statements by Czechoslovak citizens whom he in- ended to win for the U.S. intelli- gence CTK reported. CTK said that Budway had in- Barnett Won't Obey U.S. Court Orders Risks Huge Fine Over Contempt NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) Braving huge fines and possible mprisonment, Mississippi Gov Ross Barnett told a federal ap- peals court Friday he could nol lo everything the judges wantec in the University of Mississippi desegregation case. As before in the series of hear- ngs on contempt charges, Bar- nett did not appear before the court. An attorney spoke for him The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of took no immediate action against Barnett. Asst. U.S. Atty. Gen. Burke Marshall said Barnett's arrest would serve "no remedial purpose it present." However, Marshall said Barnett iad only "partially purged him- elf of contempt." He recom- mended the court start collecting art of the daily fine with imprisonment had previously set as Bar- ett's penalty for civil contempt. Barnett's attorney, Charles ?lark, said the court had misun- erstood his plea at a previous earing. He said Barnett reserved or himself to decide which of the ourt's orders he could legally ompiy with. U.S. Circuit Judge Richard T. lives of Montgomery, Ala., com- mented: "We have indeed entered Alice in Wonderland" where tan- nage doesn't mean what itj ays." Clark said Barnett had complied ith the court's orders in that ames H. Meredith, 29, had been DOWNTOWN Bell Tel- ephone Co. will alter the downtown Abilene skyline in the near future with the addition of a five-story annex and the topping of the existing district quarters building at' N. 4th and Cedar Sts. with a third story. District Manager Duane Dawkins said architecture of the present building will remain the same while the annex will be designed along more contemporary lines. n Czechoslovakia and had a num- ber of acquaintances and con- acts and. was free to visit his mother any lime. (In Washington, the U.S. State )cpartmcnt said in Washington il iad learned that Budway was in the United States of a Izech mother and an Irish father hat his mother returned to Czech- oslovakia, and that the bad been raised there. (He subsequently returned to he United States, the State De- partment said, served In the U.S. and attended George dmitted to Ole Miss and was at ending classes there. Chief Judg Ibert p. Tuttle of Atlanta, Ga. aid the Negro was "barely" an le Miss staudent. Kariier, the Mississippi attor eys attacked a Justice Depart ent request for an injunction tc "event interference with Mere th, saying the court has no le al power to issue it. At Oxford, Meredith completed s second week as a student a e university. At p.m. he 'i the university by Border Pa ol plane, presumably to spenc e weekend at Memphis, Tenn Also at Oxford, the dean of stu ;nts at Ole Miss, L. L. dered an immediate end to stu nt demonstrations jeers and reals, among other things med at Meredith. He said viola Dns will "bring immediate and astic disciplinary action." Marshall's suggestion to the ap- peals court that it only start col lecting forego any jail term for Barnett's contempl drew opposition from Meredith's attorneys. They asked the court to put the full penalty into effect immediately. Million Aid lo Cuba WASHINGTON (AP) _ Asst. Secretary of State Edwin M. Mar- :in said Friday night the Soviet Union is now supplying military1 equipment to Cuba at the rate of about million for this year. Martin also estimated that at imate knowledge of the" situation present, over-all Soviet assistance Farmer Dies After Falling Off Tractor SNYDER (RNS) Roy Earl jSmith, 62-year-old Hermleigh farmer, was found dead late Fri- day morning, the apparent victim of a tractor accident. Mr. Smith was found by a neighbor in a field about a quar- ter of a mile from his home on Rt. 1, Hermleigh. He had been breaking ground since early Fri-j day morning, and apparently was! run over by a disc plow after fall- ing from the tractor. Justice of Peace W. C. David- son of Snyder ruled the death ac- cidental, and evening Mr. Smith had lived alone the farm since his wife dieo1 in February. Funeral will be held at 3 p.m Sunday at the Hermleigh Churcl of Christ, with Ralph Aycock, min ister, officiating, assisted by thi Rev. Raymond Dunn of the Fund amenta! Baptist Church in Sweetwater. Burial will be in the Pyron Cemetery. Time of the service is pending at the Bell Funeral Home here Born March 3, 1900, Mr. Smith married the former Lillian Bar- :oot Feb. 24, 1923 in Hermleigh Survivors include his mother, Urs. Martha A. Smith of Roscoe; hree daughters, Mrs. M a 11 i e 3elle Hays of Monahans, Mrs Dstelle Thompson of Snyder, and Urs. Billie Farnsworth of Carls- >ad, N.M.; three sons, Harvey of Sweetwater, Jimmy o] Odessa and Bobby of Lubbock; a sister, Mrs. Emma Barton o! Vichita Falls; three brothers, A. J. of Archer City, Joe of Loving- on, N.M., and Harvey of Hobbs; 6 grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Glenn and B. Tate, Raymond Collier, Ben lenderson, John Paul and John Vcrnon. December Start Slated For New Phone Building Southwestern Bell Telephone lion of a third floor atop the ex Co. hopes to break ground on its jstjng 2'.4-story phone building a million downtown Abilene ex- N and Cvpress pansion program before the em of the year, District Manager Du ane Dawkins revealed Friday. Dawkins said the company contract ls io be awarded in time to start construe lion late in December, he said probably will send .out specifica- Completion of the project, within tions within the next few weeks two years, will provide ad ditiona! feet of floor space, more than doubling the size of the pres- ent structure. The expansion will allow con- solidation of all district offices and basement addition and erec WEATHER into one building. At present five district offices are scattered at our city locations. Additional equipment to be in- warm, scattered aiicrnnon lt L uninderihpwen Saturday stalled in the new building will ami make possible the extension of di- WEATUER BUREAU (Weather Man. Pi. ll-B) ABILENE AND VICINITY (Radius to partly cloudy Saturday afternoon n support of the Castro regime is costing the U.S.S.R. about mil- ion a day "above and beyond what they are getting from Cuba." In a CBS radio interview. Mar- in said Soviet help is probably ust about enough to keep Cuba's 'head above water-at a relatively ow level." "We Martin said, Cuban people are getting about 25 per cent less income than they did before (Prime Miniiter Fidel) Castro (took This will not do more than keep them at that level as for as we can ngtoo University in Uw capital. it UM prpent lime. NEWS INDEX NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS: Cloudy and warm Saturday and Sunday, A few light showers east and south central portions Saturday morning. High Saturday 88-95. NORTHWEST TEXAS: Clear to cloudy Saturday and Sunday. Hish Saturday 85-94. SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS: Cloudy and warm Saturday and Sunday. High Saturdav 92-100. SOUTHWEST TEXAS: Clear to cloudy and warm Saturday and Sunday. Isolated afternoon thundershowers Sunday. Hish Saturday 92-100. TEMPERATURES Fri. a.m. Fri. p.m. 7fi 8R 76 90 74 dialing of long distance calls already in operation in the OVVen to the ORchard exchange, Dawkins said. The new five story annex wil' be constructed on a lot 50 feet wide by 140 feet long, the site formerly occupied by the Paramount Cafe and the optometric offices of Dr. 0. B. Stanley. Dawkins said the million estimate on the proposed project includes cost of the land, the five-story building and one story addition and equipment to be installed. The lot was purchased from lendrick Home for Children in 1960, and the first plans for the expansion project were announced in June of that year. "The telephone system here that at least three inches iad fallen at his residence, about four miles north of the community, and "possibly more." Light rain was reported falling there and at other points in Coleman County late Friday. Santa Anna reported an unofficial inch of rain late Friday and Coieman .75 inches. Brownwood reported 1.37 inches with light rain still falling late Ballinger early Friday evening had received at least a trace of rain, and Eastland reported a trace. Forecast for the Abilene area Saturday and Sunday is for scat-ered afternoon and evening tfeuo-dershowers. 74 80 75 85 High and low for 24-hnurs ending 9 !p.m.; 92 and 72. High and low same date last year: 65 and 66. Sunset last night: sunrise today: sunset tonight: Barometer reading at 9 p.m.: 28.08. Humidity at 9 p.m.: 67 per rtlftwtf rQVlflV With Wii PORTLAND, Ore. force winds slammed into he Pacific Northwest on Hits nds of 121 National Guard into service. This pounding new attack was another strike from the Pacific Dcean storm that first hit DMPH dropping a volt across the shipping channel. At Newport on the central continuing to grow to meet the increasing demands of telephone Dawkins added. "We now have almost telephones in service here, a gain of more than telephones since Jan. l, i960." 3-Inch Rain Falls In Coleman County Up to three inches of rain hit the Voss Community in Coleman County Friday night and several other points in the West Central Texas area reported measurable rainfall. Fred Turner of the Voss area SICTION A Sporti Oil Mw 3 5-9 12 SICTION IMW8 kft TV Uttnteh Chimk MWI 1 1, U nia at 120 miles per hour and driv ing northward into Oregon and of coastline. day, sweeping along miles Washington. The ocean blow piled inland as power failed at Crescent City on far as the Cascade Mountains and screamed northward up lamette Valley as well as racing along the coast. At least 12 persons were dead in hangar was overturned. California, Oregon, Washington and Britl'h Columbia. Much of Portland was plunger! into darkness. Debris littered the streets. Oov. Mark 0. Hatfield declared emergency ordered In early afternoon Friday all the northern California coast. Soon the inland southern Oregon city of Ashland was struck. Trees were leveled and a small airplane Then reports began coming in as the wind cracked north: On (he const at an nil storage shed was picked up and dumped into a mill pond. over M Uw COM Bay, gon coast the iron roof of a build- ing sailed past the courthouse and slammed into parked cars. Inland again, a small building near Cottage Grove was blown over, injuring three men. All pow- er failed at Eugene and the Weather Bureau said the wind force was 55 to 75 Radio stations went off the air. The Eugene blow cost IhrM and possibly four lives as small buW- ings toppled and debris blew A 200-foot-high steel tower New through the itreets. Hotpiuh mar   

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