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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 27, 1961, Brownwood, Texas                                Fair attd warfli fhtl Faftly ftlottdy ahd ttifning fodttt ahd southeast Low tonight tip td 4 Iti temperature here Tuesday low1 Sunset Sunrise Brownwoo ullet n PAGES 1HM5AY SEPTEMBER 1961 VOLUME 61 298 lOc PER daughter of bandleader Bob and Hous oilman Eddie Gilbert are on a honeymoon trip to New Miami and Rico following their wedding in H AS CIA HEAD By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER Presi dent Kennedy today named John former chairman of the Atomic Energy to succeed Allen Dulles as head of the Central Intelligence Agency in Kennedy introduced McCone as Established by HAVINS has Bex Lewis of Brady guaranteed City of Brown wood he can rid the downtown area of including1 the familiar through 1964 if an agreement can be reach ed this He uses a in a spray that ally drives the birds Manager John Clary re ported Tuesday to Brownwood City Council on his inter view with Lewis concerning Brownwoods downtown bird sit Clary said Lewis price was annually for three which amount to for the full Inolud ed would be the entire down town which would mean treating each City county officials in Brady and San Saba praised Lewis method in dealing with Clary The city council asked Clary to contact local merchants to see if they want to participate In financing such program for bird Authority of the City of 3Browjiwoxd this year will make iff largest payment in lieu of slnpe the first lowvent were Opened in Brownwood according to JJeysohel executive dlrecr Jn report to the city coua Tuesday Total 19M41 will he for all TiVls brings the total since 1943 to for the city for toe Water district ana for E is ha Veen thj il yearsince the authority fans S to Newby 29 new units will te soon at Sunset Terrace m his choice to replace the retiring Dulles at a speciallycalled meet ing with newsmen at the Naval War College in He is spending a weeks vacation at this Dulles also accompanied the President to an auditorium where the announcement was made to say that he would step out after eight years as director of the nations supersecret intelligence The President and Ken nedy arrived here Tuesday for a week of McCone a Republican was said to be in line for one of the hot test spots in the government but one or two hitches had yet to be straightened WHITE HOUSE Kennedyconferred with McCone at the White House several weeks The CIA post may have been discussed at the time but the an nounced purpose was the Soviet Unions decision to resume nu clear White House press secretary Pierre Salinger declined to talk of the McConeCIA reports but in dicated Kennedy was on the verge making a significant announce CONTROL The President named another Republican William Foster as head of the new Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Tuesday be fore flying to Newport from New Kennedy promised support of efforts by Argentina to raise living standards for the peo of that He said the United States will consider applications for aid as rapidly as Kennedys exchange of views with Argentine President Arturo at a conference in New York City was summarized In a communique issued Navy officers and Rhode Island dignitaries headed by John Notte welcomed the Kennedys at Quonset Naval Air A tire blew out on the Air Force prop plane that brought them here as it taxied after landing but the President was is a Salinger told promptly an nounced a hundred bill signings a number of appointments and presidential ritain Reds Congress Closes Session WASHINGTON first congressional session of the Ken nedy administration wound up in an angry whirlwind early today with the Senate having to accept a big money bill which the House bounced to it on a take it or leave it The House passed the supplemental appropria tion and then quickly closed up shop at With the House in adjournment and no chance for the Senate was forced go along with the bill providing money for a wide va riety of federal The slightest Senate amend ment would have killed the meas ure and forced President Kennedy to call a special session to get the needed Senators minced no words in expressing anger at the House adjournment prior to final Sen ate have taken a and I think Its pro tested Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Senate Hepublican Leader Ever ett Dirksen of Illinois chal lenged his colleagues to how deep ie your find out whether the House of Representatives can af front the Dirfcsen But after additional angry com the Senate passed the measure on a voice vote and quit at The session which ended in the flare of run up ap propriations totaling about billion a In its home stretch session of about 19 the heavily Dem ocratic Congress Voted for foreign aid for the year which started July The final figure was a qualified victory for President who originally asked for Although Kennedy was denied the advance Treasury financing he he won a fiveyear authorization for his eco nomic development loan program longest ever Cleared a works appropriation for flood con rivers and reclama tion and atomic energy Uniform Store Hours Adopted The Commercial Committee of the Brownwood Chamber of Commerce has established uniform shopping hours from 9 until 5 Shopping hours in Brownwood were adopted for the entire year except for special promotions and the holiday Committee members designated 2122 as Christmas lateevening shopping days with closing hour of 8 It suggested 5 as the closing hour for The established shopping hours concern rnain ly the downtown retail outlets and in general ex clude grocery stores and drug Home Tells Of Nuclear Talks UNITED called urgent ly today for EastWest negotiations to settle the Berlin disarmament and other but urged both sides to renounce the idea of seeking victory in the In a broad policy speech before the General As British Foreign Secretary Lord assailed the Soviet concept of co BULLETIN WASHINGTON The Army today withdrew disciplinary action it had taken against two officers in connection with the filming of a Jack Paar television show at the Berlin It said reinvestigation showed the two hati done nothing ervice Seven miles of new telephone cable are being put into service in Brownwood as part of a 000 telephone expansion and im provement program now under Division Manager for the Southwestern States Tele phone said that the expansion work also includes the installation of four additional long distance switchboard an arid 100 lines of dial switching equip projects will provide the additional facilities needed to take care of Brownwoods con tinuous Lacy will result in improved ser THKEE CREWS Three construction crews and four cable splicing a total of 28 men have been brought to Brownwood to place in service the feet of new telephone Lacy estimates about man hours will be required to complete the cable Agreement In Auto Session By DWIGHT PITK3N DETROIT Ford Motor and the United Auto Workers Union were believed close to agreement today on a new three year labor Company and union spokesmen indicated Tuesday night they were filling in the details rather than arguing over major items that Autumn Norther Rips Into State By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A blustery early autumn north er dropped temperatures sharply as it swept across the Texas Pan handle By midmorning the tempera turewas 52 degrees at compared to 82 degrees at Chil in the lower southeast cor ner of the could bring on a strike at the na tions second largest In negotiations that appeared to be without both sides were under secrecy to talk only in generalities about the progress of the bargaining hi a downtown Detroit UAW President Walter Reu ther said the discussions dealt with noneconomic con tract This meant they talked about the section of a na tional contract covering working conditions for Fords hour Jy Reuther took time out from the Ford Tuesday to sign form ally a new contract with General Motors Although dated GM said the contract will expire Wage provisions are retroactive to 4 this Reuther and GM Vice President Louis Seaton joined Action Appears Certain For Germany By JOHN HIGHTQWER SP possibility that the United s will play some role in ef forts to settle the Berlin crisis ap peared to bs gaining headway to If Unjted states and ifl talk fail to agree on 9 formula for starting Hie wwthyeatenijjg dispute will likely become an fc W Pi for the erajl aegQtiattOtt caja be agreed the soviet Vnioa aftd the the United Nations take a baud in cajprying oyt any plan they can 4evise for the future of West Ber Indications are that Soviet and Westera leaders alike ere thinjdng along these lines DEAN WSK Secretary of State Pean Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister An drei scheduled ojhey meeting West over bw to get The central issue is what to that Issue Western diplomats iu ttw Soviet policy speech GromykO livered to General Assembly Tuesday dealing at length with the Berlin IB their view the speech con tained nothing essentially new on Berlin but that had been If the Soviet govern ment is willing to engage in the wide negotiations demanded by the United Britain and the first indications of chajjge its positioa almost taJWy would he made known by not in a speech but witt in the signing GM SETTLEMENT The GM settlement set the pat tern for the current Ford nego tiations and also for next on the The underground cable to be added includes over a mile of 1515 pair cable being placed m conduit from the downtown tele phone building south under Brown Street to Austin east under Austin to Coggin Ave then south under Coggin to Second OTHER PROJECTS Other underground cable proj ects involve placing a 1515 pair cable from telephone building to Anderson and then a 909pair cable from that point north under Brown to Mayes then east on Mayes to Pecan The underground projects are 95 per cent Lacy To provide cable for facilities to Woodland Heights from the terminal of the new 1515pair un derground cable at Coggin and Second the company is putting cable in alley between First and Second Streets extending from the underground terminal at Coggin to Poindexter distance of nearly cable in alley between First and Second Streets from Poindexter to then on Magnolia to Fourth THREE cable from Magnolia and Fourth to Wood then down Wood to the alley between Fourth and cable from Wood iu alley between Fourth and Third to Avenue cable from Wood to then down Elm to alley beyond Terrace cable down Wood from alley between Fourth and Third to alley between Third and Second extending down that alley to Avenue cable in alley between Glenwood Drive and Oakdale EIGHT 50pair cable down Phillips Drive from Fourth Street to Indian Creek In a 200pair cable will be placed in service on Po CABLE on Page Rising Star Passes Hat For Family Residents of Rising Star re sponded promptly to a military family injured there in a freak accident Monday Rising Star residents Uie for the stricken family and turned over the collection to Gustavo Santiago at Medical Arts Hospital Tuesday The collection contained a load of and Sergeant Santiago said today he would probably never know all of his benefactors in Rising Star but did learn the names of two of the residents responsible for the Blanche Calla way and Conova both of Rising He explained he didnt know of any better way expressing his thanks to that city than by re porting it to the Five members of Santiagos family continued to improve to FAMILY on Page existence as sterile pol He made frequent changes hi his prepared deleting a ref erence to an honorable as the goal of EastWest talks and a charge that the Soviet is playing with nuclear in try ing to set man against his neigh He accused the Soviet Union of deception and doubledealing in the collapsed nuclear test ban her cooperate In keeping the he strength ening the collective will of the United instead of trying to drive her pulled by three through the whole fabric of our collective This was a reference to Premier Khrushchevs plan to replace SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold with a threeman Lord Home praised what called the disarma ment proposals of President Ken nedy and urged that they be used as a basis for arms ne gotiations either by the 10nation group of EastWest countries or by an enlarged My government stands ready to take part in renewed multilat eral negotiations on this lie and would like to see them in the most effective forum that can be The British leader also declared his readiness to help arrange ne gotiations on the Berlin but he warned that the West must have guarantees to protect the right at access to West BERLIN CRISIS M there is to be a negotiation about tiie situation in Berlin and its he settlement must include uninterrupted access to the and suitable guaran tees that the free life which the people have chosen will be pre He told the Soviet Union thera are three ways to peaceful coex One is settlement of disputes by One is absolute re spect for treaties and internation al obligations freely one is collective action to preserve the peace H conciliation is dis carded and the pease is bwfeen by deliberate He Negotiators musk not seek vic tory over each other but an hon orable Home backed Kennedys appeal for a strong United head ed by a single seoretarygeneFak of right former Seqretgry of Defense gad former Opera Motpw 3t Wilsori apparently frpm a heart Wilson regemng f Prtsislf nt iissnhewj r mtirsd in 1   

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