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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               gbttene SATURDAY 3 STAR FINAL "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron 82ND YEAR, NO, 189 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, O SECTIONS Associated Press m i 3t03 W6V M _ _ I 9909 X8 uor Sale Starts i ooay Taylor County will give birth Friday by the Texas Supreme pact forces, over the counter to legal liquor in the tiny Court, which held that it had no sales of whisky for off-premises legal authority to grant aa in- consumption will continue un village of Impact at a.m. Sat- junction reqiested by the City of abated at least until the Supreme Last-ditch attempts to halt the Abilene. Court decides early next year initial flow of liquor in the 47.43- Barring unexpected successful whether Impact is a legally in acre town were beaten down court maneuvering by anti-Im- corporated city. Castro to Trade Cuban Prisoners p.m. and McCown joined his employes in stacking several hun- dred cases of whisky and wine inside the building. WASHINGTON (AP) Cubai Prime Minister Fidel Castr agreed Friday to exchange the 1, 113 Bay of Pigs invasion prison ers for medicines and food. The first prisoners are expected to ar rive in Miami Sunday. The agreement was signed b; Castro and James B. Donovan New York lawyer who has car ried on months of negotiations on behalf of the prisoners' fam- ilies. The pact specifies that the pris- oners will be freed when 20 per cent of the million in supplies demanded by Castro as the price of their release is in Cuban hands. The American Red Cross, which is handling the exchange, pushed forward loading the freighter SS African Pilot at Port Everglades, Fla., with the first shipment. II is expected to sail for Havana Saturday. However, the Red Cross is expected to take a few months to get the full amount of supplies Castro wants. The Red Cross said it ha: to guarantee the shipment through arrangements with Amer- ican and Canadian banks by hold- ing funds to back up the promise. The prisoners will be flown to Miami In a four-plane an Amer- ican World Airways shuttle, said a joint announcement by Gen. Lu AAAA FINALS TODAY cius D. Clay, chairman of the Cu ban Families Advisory Commit tee and E. Roland Harriman charman of the American Nation al Red Cross. The first plane is scheduled to leave Miami for Havana at 6 a.m Eastern Standard Time en Sun-day. Clay and Harriman said was signed with Castro late Friday by lawyer James B. Donovan, who has carried on the negotiations on behalf of the Cuban Families Committee. Red Cross said it is moving swiftly to get the first shipment of over million in drugs and food to Cuba as quickly as possible. TOWARD CLASS A Everything's 'Go' For Rotan rowed a term from the astronauts at Rotan and eve0thing is "go" for Saturday and the trip to the state Class A football championship game at Temple. Although not all Rotan merchants plan to close their doors o customers, several indicated they plan to make tht 250-mile drive to Temple to Me the Yellowhammers play the Injle-side Mustangs. Most of the adrace story, Pg. S.A a.m. Kickoff will be at p.m. By p.m. Friday Rotan's allotment of tickets for the game mdUri to fewer .than 100 and Mayor Juston Morrow, whose drug store was haodlini the ticket sales, said he thought ail would be sold, late Friday night. Many of the tickets went to Yellowhammer followers from The first bottle of whisky will be sold at 9 a.m. at the C.C.H., Inc., package store, John Me Cown, owner of the 60 x 120-foot Friday night. Liquor Arrives The initial truckload of liquor a enter Impact backed up to appeal from the Eastland Court guments decided they had no pow- of Civil Appeals' ruling that Im- er to grant the motion. pact was not legally incorporated The Supreme Court Wednesday granted Perkins' application for a writ of error in the appeals court opinion. Asst. Attorney. General Irwin iie store's warehouse at precisely Salmanson and Davidson went before the high court at 11 a.m. Friday to request injunctions pro- hibiting Stevenson from issuing any more licenses and prohibiting Liquor Control Board Agent j use of the three already issued. Charles Dudley stood by as five justices who heard ar- ed. Enthusiasm 'Sellout Crowd' Hoped for Gome Tickets to today's state cnam pionship AAAA football game wil remain on sale at the Abilene Chamber of Commerce and Ath letic Supply until a.m. Four ticket booths will open at Public Schools Stadium on State Highway 36 southeast of the city at 11 a.m., Ralph Bridwell, C-C athletic committee chairman, re- ported. More than of the seats in the stadium are still available, reports late Friday re- vealed. A number of 40 yarc line tickets were returned from both Borger and San Antonio Brackenridge. Student tickets for ?1 will be available at all gates begin- ning at 11 a.m. Students from all schools may purchase these tick ets, which will entitle them to sit in Section E-l. The southeast gate is the nearest gate to this section Borger students have purchased tickets for Section W-5 and San Antonio students will sit in E-2. Abilene and all other interested students will sit in E-l. With clear, 55 degree weather forecast, Abilene civic leaders were hopeful of a sellout. If there is, the overflow crowd may pur- chase tickets on the grass in the end zone. Traffic officials urged that local Weather! AAAA-OK Perfect football weather is fore- cast Saturday for fans flocking to Abilene for the Class AAAA championship game between Bor- ger and Brackenridge of San An- tonio. Shannon Teal, weather bureau forecaster, said Saturday's tem- peratures should range in the high Mi and low 60s. He old it will be dear to partly cloudy with no chance for moisture. of city route, Pg, J.B Sports stones, Pg. S-A from the north and congests the north parking lot. By using the road from Municipal Airport, the Lytle Lake road, and the farm road that circles around Lytle fans will have less competi- ion and the parking area is ust as large as that on the north side. Fairgrounds parking area is also available east of the stadium. surrounding towns, it was report for the game reached fever pitch Friday after- noon when a standing-room-only crowd jammed the high school rymnasium for a pep rally at p.m. Hundreds of ribbons with an in- scription boosting the team have teen distributed. The ribbons have grown in length with each rictory of the Yellowhammers. Last week when the Yellow- lammers downed the Albany Lions in the semi-final game at Abilene, the ribbons were 17 nches. This week the orange and white ers carted the cases into the package store for shelving. A second package store, Colum- bia Liquors, may open Saturday tfternoon if operator Charles Dai- ey of San Antonio can complete work on the converted dairy barn which he has leased fro mpact Mayor Dallas Perki and Impact Development Corp However, Dailey did not hav any shelving erected or any me cnandise on hand Friday nighl Both McCown and Dailey pa he county liquor permit fee :ounty Tax Assessor Collect Burl King Friday afternoon complete the last legal step ne essary to open their Impact ei terprises. Roy Jackson of San Angelo holder of the third liquor perm issued Thursday by LCB adminis trator Coke Stevenson Jr. in Aus tin on the order of District Judg C. V. Milburn, will not be abl io stock a store at Impact unt lie renegotiates a lease with Per kins. Perkins, who indicated he wa caught by surprise when the thn_ permits were issued, reported n headway in negotiations with Jack son in a phone conversation Fri day afternoon. "I imagine Hoy will be down n a day or the mayor anc prime developer of Impact said Nothing Until Jan. 16 Abilene City Attorney John Da vidson, whose effort to get th lans no further legal action unti he state argues its case again mpact before the high court in '.ustin on Jan. 16. The Court will then consider ai NEWS INDEX fans use the south side of the stadium for parking. Most traffic comes in on State Highway 36 ribbons are 30 and no elling how long they might be if he Yellowhammers are victori- ous in Temple. The inscription lis week says "Yellowhammers 962 Semi-final Champions. Ter- ify the Mustangs. Win State." Saturday's contest marks the [rst time Rotan has advanced to le finals in the Class A play- ffs. Coming Sunday in 2t4e Abilene if 62's Biggest News Stories What were the biggest stories in Texas during 1962? Newsmen throughout the state were osked that question in an annual poll by Associated Press re- cently. Their thoughts on tht state's top 10 news stories during the year will ba omong the features in the Sunday Reporter-News. Cotillion Belles Christmas Cotillion Belles for 1962 will be featured on the Cover Pagt of the Women's Section. Inside, highlights of goto parties planned in honor of the 12 young women will be included in the story of plans for the Cotillion Club Christmas Boll Dec. 27. Football Playoffs Complete staff coverage on the big ones of interest to this area Roton vs. Ingleside; the locally ployed Borger-Brockinridge tilt. Thtst plus stories on the other high school playoff tht three bowl games plus story on Texgni-Oilers playoff. packed with interesting reading Sunday's Reporter-News! Ballinger Police Chief Resigns Job BALLINGER (HNS) Resigna ion of J. L. Moreland, chief of wlice, was revealed here Friday Mayor A. H. Dallinger. More, a Runnels County peace fficer 34 years, gave ill health s the reason for resigning Wed- esday at a special meeting of the ity Commission. It is effective an. 1. Moreland was chief from May until being elected sheriff 11940, and serving until January 1949. The next summer he Was eappointed chief of police and has held the job since then. Dallinger expressed regret at losing Moreland and said the post would not be filled for a few weeks. Ballinger has four full time patrolmen and one part time officer. Moreland's son. J. L., lives at 1909 Barrow, Abilene. SECTION A 5-8 Obituaries Oil news 14 SECTION B Amusements 4 WontAn's news 4, 5 Editorials J Church news............7 Comics.............. 8, 9 TV Saul.......... 72 Radio-TV lags 12 Bridae................ 12 Form newt, markets..... 13 Salmanson said notice of appeal on Judge Milburn's order will be made to the El Paso Court of Civil Appeals. Austin Comment Asst. Attorney General Sam Wil- son, who is head of the law en- forcement division of the Attor- ney General's Department, was asked by the Reporter News Austin bureau if any other action was planned by Davidson and him on the Impact situation. "As far as I know that's all Davidson Wilson said. "However, he may think up something tomorrow, but I'm not going to be he commented. LCB District Supervisor Loyd Owens said several of his agents will be assigned to the C.C.H. Liquor Store to see that no pro- of the state liquor control act are violated. This includes he prohibition of sales to minors ir drunks, he said. Owens said LCB agents will be See LIQUOR, Pg. 13-A, Cols. 1, S (Stiff Photo) LIQUOR STORE OPERATOR JOHN McCOWN amid the cases in store room HURRY! HURRY! With the curious folks outside looking in and the workmen inside looking to their work, CCH Corp.'s liquor store in Impact was being rushed toward readiness Friday for Saturday's first legal sale of liquor in Taylor County in more than 80 years. The store apparently will be the first to begin operation after the State Liquor Control Board was forced to act on one application, and threw in action on two other pending permits Thursday. (Staff Photo by Henry Wolff Jr.) British Rap Nuclear Deal Story on meeting, Pg. 14-B LONDON mighty up oar rose in Britain on Saturda y criminal contempt for blocking Gen. Robert F Kennedy Asst enrollment of Negro James H Att. Gen Mississippi last September. gainst the nuclear deal Prim Lf. Gov. Paul B. Johnson Jr. in inister Harold Macmillan mad ith President Kennedy at th ahamas conference. A Labor party leader called i ter failure, the Liberal party lief said it exposed Britain's nu ear deterrent as a myth, ant ewspaper headlines screamed a acmillan's acceptance of Kenne- 's plan. While Macmillan's Cabinet WEATHER U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WEATHER BUREAU tKealber Man. 3-A) ABILENE AND WCJNTIY (Radius m es> Clear to partly cloudy and a Mle warmer Saturday and Sunday High both days 55 to 60. low Saturday night ft SOUTHWEST TEXAS? Ctady and warmer Saturday becoming cloudy to cloudy and lurnint r Saluiy Sunday. High Saturday 58-68. NORTH CENTRAL warnlnj. Cl ay 5 EXA Clear to cloudy an .CoM waye Id warm- strong nonneriy winds spreading routhw, icrOK Saturday night and ni Sunday. Cloudy Saturday night and Sunday. Chance of scattered light snow nil Saturday night. High NORTHWEST TEXAS: cloudy and warmer Saturd.., cold wave cloudy and strong northerly wlnd> anil snow spreading Into north portion Saturday afternoon day nutnl. .irday night. Sunday m loudy 55-65 JS 24-houn ending 9 data lait year: I tail HUM; ninriM today rtMM >t t p.m.: M per cmt. eeting here without him bu th his th plan, it appeared that many o his fellow Conservative party members would dissent. "The screamed the Daily nearlj five eight front page columns. "Macmillan's sak the Labor party organ Daily Her aid in a front-page banner. The Conservative Times said however, that, "Some complacent assumptions about Anglo-Amcri can relations were due for a sharp jolt in any case, but what is left after the jolt has been made is not catastrophe." The Liberal Guardian said Mac- millan may have saved himself with the Conservative party, but the main question is whether to continue at all with a British de- terrent. George Brown, defense expert in the Labor party's leadership, called the agreement a "terrible indictment of the government's complete and utter failure on de- fense." Joseph Grlmond, leader of the See POLARIS, Pg. 1J-A. Col. t Barnett Will Face Contempt Action NEW ORLEANS (AP) The Justice Department asked a fed- eral appeals court Friday to hold on the development. Mississippi Gov. Ross Barnett and Atty. John Appeals holds them in criminal contempt, it could mean jail erms and large fines for the gov- ernor and lieutenant governor. Penalties are almost unlimited -at the discretion of the n some contempt cases. The court decides whether the! defendants get a jury trial. At Jackson, Miss., Barnett and Johnson both declined comment The Justice Department appli-j was signed by U.S. Atty. I Gen The appeals court ordered the Justice Department to do this. If the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of once in the tense days of late Sep- it. Burke Marshall and an attorney for the Justice Department. Barnett stopped Meredith twice and Johnson turned him back tember when the Negro, armed with court orders and guarded by federal marshals, tried to knock down more than a century of whites only tradition at the uni- versity. The university finally enrolled See BARNETT. Pg. I3-A, Col. 3 Only To Go sucessful 1962 Goodfellows drive became a possibility with Friday's contributions of pushing the fund to only below the goal of Proceeds will be used to provide :ood, clothing and toys for some 500 needy families. Contributions, however, still are needed and may be mailed to the Reporter-News. They will be ac- knowledged by publication. GOODFELLOWS DONATIONS M. Roach Anonymous 2.0i Anonymous 5.00 'am. Pal Paula Pruitt 10.00 The Westminster Class, First Presbyterian Church 10.00 Employees Perry Laboratory 12.00 lity Salesmen of Mrs. Baird's Bakeries 28.00 American Legion Parramore Post No. 57 12.00 nonymous 5.0( 5.00 Ir. and Mrs. W. T. Walton 10.00 Miami Pet Co., Inc. Ir. and Mrs. Carl Shoults 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ohr Aiders and Boys and Girls 4 and 5 years old Little Helpers Sun- beam Band, University Baptist Church yess AFB-42 M.M.S. Club 5.30 Wives 10.00 airiest Worker's Class of Cen- tral Presbyterian Church 12.80 Anonymous Marcelle Pee Mary G. Polk Jfl.Ofl 10.0C Mr. Mrs. Taylor Benton 10.0C Dudley, Claudia Amy Smith 15.00 Bamhill Office Equipment 5.00 Employes of McWood Corp. 25.00 Anonymous S.Sgt. Victor M. Flores 1.00 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cunning ham Bethany Class of Brookhollow 12.50 Anonymous Christian Church Carl Miles 11.10 100.00 n Memory of C. A. Galbraith by Miami Oil Producers, Inc. 100.00 100.00 10.00 Ur. and Mrs. Bruce Denny Family Mr. and Mrs. William A. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Farnsworth In Memory of Cathy Diane McCraw 5.00 7.50 1.00 Mr. fc Mrs. T. R. Webb 10.00 Mr, and Sirs. Paul Yardley 5.00 All Employes of Rogers Oldsmobile Co. Anonymous Rudy. Bobby Ronnie Villa 3.00 Anonymous 100.00 2.00 1000 Brad, Gary Jan Stephens 10.00 Forum Sunday School Class St. Paul Methodist Church Anonymous 60.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 7.50 25.00 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter Jr. Anonymous in Memory of Lt. Gray Mr. Mrs. Price Campbell 25.00 n Memory of Abe Lankford 25.00 lerbert Patterson 5.00 Carpenter Letter Service 5.00 .Irs. 0. B. Johnson 5.00 Mr. Mrs. Howard L. Schug 5.00 25.00 Capt. Mrs. James Alexander 2.00 Prev. acknowledged TOTAL 10.00 411.173.7J tonio Football Fans t   

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