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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1962, Abilene, Texas                                Angelo 31 EP Austin 27 Irving 39 Seminoie 23 Dalhirl 13 Army ill 28 Rke 14 SMU 37 OSU 12 Monday 25 1 Ifie Abilene WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron SUNDAY 82ND 169 SUNDAY DECEMBER 1962 331AM3S OT GVWI SVTIVO 3AV 3103 9908 xa o 831VS SIX SECTIONS Associated Press JP ELECTRIFIED POODLE CUT Corky Harm of Box grabbed the wrong spray can Sat urday morning and thoroughly treated her hair wi h spray starch instead of hair The result can eas ily be A local beauty salon quickly remedied ht Staff Photo by Jack Sheridan Reserves To Be Revamped By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON AP Secre tary of Defense Robert McNa mara Is ready to set in motio this his controversial plan to streamline the Armys Re serves and National Guard forces This has been op posed bitterly by some members of many governors anc reserves and Guard Wreck Kills Breck Nurse BRECKENRIDGE RNS Margie Marie Breckenridge resident for the past two was one of two women who died in an auto colli sion Friday night on a wet high way near Gober was a passenger in a car driven by her Thomas Earl who was hos pitalized at Muleshoe for treat ment of minor Also killed was Ruth Marie Strand of wife of Frank who drove the other an investigating officer told The Associated a and her a lab were on their way to to help open a new The accident occurred nine miles northwest of Muleshoe in misty Investigators said one auto skidded on the Wet pavement of 84 and the other auto struck it Funeral for a na tive of will be held Monday at Gobers John lives in for breaking up eight lowpriority Reserves and Guard infantry di visions and lopping off about 730 smaller units considered obsolete or McNamara is expected to order Tuesday immediate action on the first phase of the luting four Reserves divisions into more mobile brigades and elimin ating about 365 or so lesser Re serves At he same he probably vill submit to the governors of he 50 states the Armys detailed proposals for revamping four 5uard divisions and dropping ome 365 miscellaneous Little or no manpower loss isj Hopes Slim For Settling Cuban Crisis UNITED AP Soviet First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyans departure on Saturday from Washington cleared he way for shifting alks on Cuba back to New York and But indications were that there was little prospect of quick agree ment to clear up the unsettled ssues of the fading Cuban A spokesman for the United itates delegation said that ioviet and negotiators woul neet at that delegaion Monda o carry the talks The group will include Sovie eputy Foreign Ministers Kuznetsov and Valerian Zor Ambassadors Adlai E evenson and Charles Yos nd chairman John McCloy o resident Kennedys Cuban crisi oordinating head of the Soviet and the other Rus ans will be repaying a visit the mericans paid to them for simi ar negotiations be re Mikoyans two days with Ken edy and Secretary of State Dean usk in The meeting at the Mis which is headed by Steven was scheduled at that time r But when Friday the Americans and Rus ans were busy reelecting U haht as nd the conference was Any formal agree ment to settle the Cuban question would be put before the Se curity which has been in recess since 25 while negotia tions have been going on among the Soviet the United States and Thant told a reporter that the United States had not yet replied to a CubanSoviet proposal he re layed on Communist diplomats had de scribed the proposal as an agree ment embodying a full settlemen of the Cuban crisis and intended to be signed and presented to the The delegation seemed to e in no hurry to reply to Bui sources said the Americans had told the Russians long ago Red Chinese Terms Rejected by Indians Line for Border Not Acceptable DLEWILD TRAGEDY hat parts of it were They said these were the parts that were taken from Cuban ntidpated because the men Minister Fidel Castros so would be shifted to reorcalled five ganized outfits or other units be kept in the GuardReserves The four Reserves divisions af ccted are the 79th of Pennsylvan Delaware and the 4th of the 103rd Minnesota and Wiscon and the 96th which spreads ver six Western See 5 NEWS INDEX SECTION A Business Outlook Obituaries 16 Oil news 19 SECTION 8 To Your Good Health 6 Church news 9 SECTION C Womens news 120 Amusements 1315 Bridge 14 Dyess Fix Pago 16 18 SECTION D Sports 16 TV Scout 11 RodioTV 11 Farm 12 SECTION E Thorntons section 116 Mandamus Seeks New Cisco Bond issue Election CISCO RNS Cisco ranchei Bui Mitcham Friday filed a wri of mandamus in 91st District Cour at Eastland seeking Io force a new election in the hotlycontestec Cisco school bond a leader in the local Citizens Committee opposing the bond issue which voters approvec is asking District Judge Turner Collie to order the Cis co board of education trustees to call an election as the protest group requested in a petition filed with the board on The board rejected the petition Original suit in the which was filed by Martin Flam was thrown out of court by fudge The llth Court of Civil Appeals at Eastland has Cause of Plane Crash Puzzling One radar approach system wa not working but another was op crating as the plane headed to ward runway Some passengers said the pilo had appeared dubious about the They said he told them on WEATHER on igreed to head Plambecks appeal ment available were sufficient for Storybook Yule Parade Monday AIRLINER CRASH HEROINE Helen stewardess on the Eastern Air lines plane that crashed at New Yorks Idlewild is visited at Peninsula General Hospital by another Judy of Miss Fournier told of jumping from the burning plane after pushing passengers to AP Wirephoto Grim Crash Story Told NEW YORK Helen ran awa from the burning wreckage of crashed Eastern AhLines plan at fogshrouded Idlewild and then ran I ran and I the Queen girl Then I stopped anc I cant do I mus help Miss Fournier had done all shi could before she left the We kept pushing passenger she said from her hospita First one and then anothei We pushed them all out When everyone was out that could I jumped to the Thats when she re turned to help One man was on she His whole body was burn I put Leonard of Hunting helped I took off my tie and appliet a very crude tourniquet io a mans ojured Clementi The hostess and I dragged him as far away from the plane as The other stewardess in the Patricia also of said she was alive jecause she had gone to the rear ounge of the plane to count my iquor Drinks are sold on ome She said she had been in the forward section of the plane just had just gotten into my she and put my scat belt partially on when we got There was a crash and then a It seemed as though a fire were coming from the galley fori It was all NEW YORK puzzled Saturday over the cause of an airliner crash that killed 25 at Idlewild Airport while mak ig a fogshrouded landing de scribed as the type done every Twentysix persons escaped witl their lives in the flaming crash vhich occurred as the plane was attempting a landing without the assistance of two ground systems that officials said were inopera tive at the One was a Weather Bureau de ice that measures visibility on Die ground and the other was a radar ground system that checks on the accuracy of The control tower also informed the pilot a lighter marker on the runway was The an Eastern Air Lines DC7 en route from missed a runway by yards in coming in for a landing Friday night in patchy Hyman air safety the Civil Aero told nvestigator for nautics The landing was perfectly legal done every as far as we the weather conditions and the equip a legal UREAU 4TVeafher 1ZA ABILENE ANT VICINITY Radius 40 Miles Cloudy with occa rain ending Sunday aiional Hfih becoming BUS to low Aiflh Monday NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS Cloudy icasion Sunda Sunday Partly cloudy J Icht and Monday A little warm High Sunday 5060 er over area Mot TEMPERATUES 54 High and low for 24hours 9 59 and HUh low date List year 0 and Sunaet last nilht vunriae today luiuset tonlsht Barometer reading at 9 Humility at 9 83 per Santa Claus has his big bag year has a Storybook packed and marked for Fifteen floats are completed and form on Oak between 7th Fourteen two marching and a fleet of antique cars are poised at the entry spectacle north on starting All they need is a the needed crowd probably wont be hard to come by Monday at when the annual Abi lent Cbiiitmai parade gets under 4MM than local and area band between Hickory and Beech reiMenti are expected to be on hand for the twomile which It sponsored by the Abilene Chamber of colorful which hit will be led by Santa H will and The parade route brings the 31 under the Pine north Texas utilities which was on Pino to west on 5th prepared by company to south on and west on Floats will turn off 1st under members of HiY the Cedar underpass and return to the West Texas Bands and other entries will dls Parade marshal will be Harry assisted by Clyde Bill Joe Ilogan and Parade route Parade feature 10A Fourteen of the 15 floats will vie for in Only the West is out of the Other entries were decorated by Top prize of will go to the reserved for second and place Floats will be judged by Ernest head of the Abilene High School Drama Art and Boyd Gra local commercial Using a percentage floats will be judged for Christmas will go directly to winning theme 30 per overall beau ty 30 per originality of design and theme 15 per special features 10 per cent and Bands entered in the parade include Abilene High Wi Franklin Junior Mer Jefferson Junior amount of work and cooperation Woodson High Madison of club members in decorating 15 per Floate Inspected The three judges have inspect first place float with and ed floats at all stages during the third past Winners will be an nounced immediately following the HiY which have built the are Con Beth head of the AHS Ta Suprel Tali and Prizes Junior High Lincoln Junior High Mann Junior High Jim Ned High School of and Cooper High Order of Parade Here is the lineup In order of appearance and description of each float Abilene High School Santa riding band Sears See NEW India AP Prime Minister Nehru sharply r jected Saturday key points of Rec Chinas terms of settling the Him alayan He accused th Chinese of using ceasefir as a cover up for adding hug chunks of borderlands to China Nehrus in a letter t Jed Chinese Premier Chou En came after Peking announce ts troops were beginning to with as from advance positions on two ends of India northern Indian officia could not confirm the with Chou had warned Nehru earlie that if his troops did not with draw also there could be a re sumption of the fighting that ha dealt Indian army forces shatter ing defeats in an offensiv launched Nehru told Chou he could no accept the Chinese definition of line behind which the Chinese pro pose both sides withdraw 12 leaving a 25milewide de militarized Nehru sak would leave the Chinese in pos session of the fruits of aggres Nehru said Pekings threepoin woposal of 24 and the proc amation 21 for a ceasefire and withdrawals were clearly j aimed at securing physical con trol of areas which were nevei under Chinese administrative con trol either on or at any time prior to India has proposed troop with drawals to lines both Chinese and Indian troops held on 8 as a basis for starting negotiations on the longdisputed and unde fined border Nehru once more asked Chou to accept the 8 line so that the necessary atmosphere for peaceful processes may be cre The Chinesd proposed withdraw ng troops to what they consider the line of actual control on No India does not accept the Peking version of this Nehru said that in Ladakh on northwestern border key point in the Chinese proposed line turns out to be one established by your forces after massive attacks mounted since This is a definite attempt to retain under cover of preliminary ceasefire arrangements physical possession over the area which China and to secure which the massive attack since 20 was mounted by your This we cannot agree Nehru Nehru said the same applied to the line set down by the Chinese in the central and northeastern sectors of the Indian troops manning frontier battle positions mean into the mountain mists and thick jungles for signs of the announced Chinese More Light Rain Likely Light showers fell in widely scattered areas Saturday and more nf the same is forecast for Cross recorded if an the largest amount Rising Star and Winters each registered and a trace of moisture was reported at The Municipal Air wrt Weather Station measured 02 of on bringing the total to Nor mal rainfall for this date is Bob meteorologist After 10 it began raining in Sundays forecast calls for loudy skies and occasional ght rain ending by Sunday The high temperature Sun ay will be 60 to 65 and the low unday night is expected to be round 45 Mondays high ill be about WHERE IT RAINED Municipal Airport Total for Year Normal for Year DYESS AFB RECKENRIDGE ISCO ROSS PLAINS ASTLAND RISING STAR WINTERS Trace FOR NEXT 23 DAYS Goodfellows Need Every Day Abilenes Goodfellow Fund short of its goa md only 23 calendar days remaii efore is a lot of I leans that the Goodfellows Funi rill have to average every ay between now and Chrislma the needed aid for the hanks for Dolls tow Doll Dresser Volunteers Needed The public generously respondet to last weeks appeal for more Goodfellow More than 100 were these need to be and todays plea is to ladies to volunteer to help in this labor of Bill leader of the Goodfellow doll dressing contin has the dolls at her 3112 Her telephone num ber is OR Those who can take one or mors dolls to be dressed are urged to contact All the dolls must be dressed in fortunate citizens is to be The money goes to pay for clothing and food for these Toys are being repaired and made ready for the children in these Their requests for help for their own families or for others arrive daily and in large bundles at the The need is Contributions may be sent io the Goodfellows in care o the See 5 GOODFELLOWS Saturdays contributions were Staggs Motors loe Myatt snd Family and James Blankenship lattie Grisham Frank Ciller ila Butler Jim Hooks and Skinner and Marshal he Goodfellow store lutternut Auto Supply Calvin Young Anonymous Anonymous the next 10 days to be ready for Previously Acknowledsri Total i   

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