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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - March 30, 1962, Galveston, Texas For Dining VISIT Crow's Restaurant 35th Pleasant Attentive food It mt "Bat Texas' OUett iff Hundred and Twentieth Yev of Public Service to Gaheston lilmnd trul the Mainland W. L MOODY i CO. BANKERS (UNINCORPORATED) ESTABLISHED FM in Firrf in Cenvanwnctf First in Established 1842 PRICE 5c Utltri fieo Uttenitloul AuoeUM Tim GALVESTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1962 PRICE 5c VOL !20, NO. 352 HIE ABOVE plwta mlfM bt deKrikedu "umplci" the variety el nyr.ben in (he BiU High School TonirtlH' miulul review KMvltd at 8 In (he Mhael UK jjirls, left to right, Rayae Milter, LVM Fwte, Kirn ClMHra Judy Firmer, (our tt the more (hi. K aiMriwri la the thtw, rf which will be fluaee Ttnette trip M wt- Argentine Chiefs In Clash Over Successor To Frondizi 'Investigation Law' Passed -jf. BUENOS AIRES Ar- gentine military leaders deposed, arrested and exiled President Ar- turo Frondlzl Thursday, .and armed forces chiefs clashed with politicians over who should suc- ceed him. In a day of chaotic political maneuvering Senate Presi- dent Pro Tern Jose M. Guldo was sworn In as provisional pres- ident. But while he was ttlll be- ing .congratulated by his friends, tht arrayvMiled eft the Cam .Rosada, Vpp presidential' 'Report Rleck There were reports army com- tnander-ln-chlef Lt. Gen. Raul Poggi was attempting''to presidency to block .Guldo Jrom exercising power.. The army said 'Guido couldn't take office because Frondlzl had not resigned. Guldo said he" as- sumed the provisional presidency because of Frondlzl's absence. Later Guldo met secretly'with military leaders at Government House "ttnd they were reported to have patched up their differences Sen. Benjamin Guzman tolt nt'wsmen after the meeting ended -at 5 p. m. cst situation his been overcome.' Guldo stays as head of the government.' Guzman added that Guicfo wll formally take over the presidency Friday. Demonstrations Small but violent pro Frondli demonstrations broke out In the treels earlier'Thursday. Troops jsed tear gas, clubs and water osei to break up the crowds. 4ew. and bigger demonstrations were feared. It was not clear if the army lad broken with Ihe navy In the confused and fast-changing politi- cal picture. The navy man wnlked out of the Casa Rosada while the irmy was sealing'it oil. the air ofce reprewntnllve remained. Guido Insisted on- his constitu- tional right to the presidency, "I shall-convoke congress and also call .for" will forrn a cabinet composed ol eminent citizens." Seel Cata Rouda Army action in sealing Ihe Casa Rosad'a came only' minutes after at the Supreme. Court. The news that Poggi had closed Scattered Showers Forecast lor Galvcslon, Texas Clly, La Marque and vicinity: Friday and Saturday: consider- ably cloudiness through Satur- day with widely scnllcrcd show- ers.' Turning a lltlle cooler Friday nlRlil. Highest tempera- lurp Friday near 70 degrees. Winds: Oalveslnn Bay area: SDiillicrly 17 lo 2J mph Friday shifting lo nnrlhc.Til Friday nl-.hl nnd Snfurdiy. Small crnfl i-iirnlncs were lowered 10 p.m, the Casa Rosada fell like a wet blanket on 'the gathering.' Su- preme Court sources said. Guldo assumed the presidency even though Frondizi had not official- ly resigned because he was ab- sent from Ihe country. It was not immediately clear whether Poggi was acling only Turn to Page 13, See FOUR OISPAGE4... Punishment For Spelled Out Witness Allowed To Ask 'Cloned Door' Hearings In 6 1 vote, members of the Galveston City Council first amended, then enacted an .ordi- nance giving the. council-power to subpoena witnesses, docu- ments and records, and provid- ing penalties for contempt of the council.' The lone voice of dissent to the ordinance was from Councilman EH J. Harris. Hsrrls to provisions of the procedural ordinance al- lowing a witness to ask to be heard In an executive or -closed- door, session of the council as an investigative if 'the witness fears reprisal, injury or retaliation, and the council agrees to hear him In the closed'session. 'S'ehate a "cork stitutibhal amehdment to the states foredooms the poll tax." But- the civil righters will still try to legislate If voting literacy tests. Atii editorial about it appears on page 4 this issue.: Undecided In Diocese Plans The Otheri Public ordinance otherwise! re No plans; have been made, as to what will be. done with the properly at 14th and Broadway, known as the, Bishop's Castle, Meet Gives Awards, Sets Officers Approximately 550 librarians and guests attending the Texas Library Association Conference Thursday at Ihe Moody '.Center, ciectcd a new slate of officers, saw lop awards bestowed on three members and attended sympo- siums on, "The Employer Charts The "THc Library Educnlor Charts The R. Douglas, director, School of Library SUN. MOON ind TIDES lor M.rch Id. Siir.rlK tm i.m: iiinvt pin. Mnonid p.m.: mooniut TMci: Hlsh, n.m, p.m.: am Mil pm. TEMI'ERATURF. PftECIHTATinM !ndln! Ahilrnt Amnrllto AllMin Ftlo-VftsvlHc Corpui Oiri.ll El r-ott Wnilb OAI.VF.stON Hnuitnn I.Arrrlo Uhbock SAD Anlnnln TF.HPF.MTURKS Illpl n !7 83 oinr.n SUTIONS Albuqonqut M Paul ls AIIM, 71 tin Orltm S7 70 Nfw Ynrk 7( is 57 53 tfnrlh Pintle 5? Okll. City It 7.1 11 U nn Clly n j )S xani: HIjhfM it Hr-iin. Tctnl I At Wnrlaprl. Wvft. Souih suilon lor Mittli !l Hllti Low -U. Dr. R. Graduate Science, University 'of Texas, was elected president of the associa- on. Sister Jane Marie, C.D.P., head of the department of librarian- ship, Our Lady of The Lake cge, San Antonio, was eleclor, vice president and president- elect; Sam Whillcn, science librarian at SMU, was elected one-year representative; Luclln llisley, constant for library services, Forl Worth Indcpcndcnl School District, was elected two- year representative, and Mrs Phyllis liurson, librarian, Corpus Chrlsti Public Library, was elect cd three-year representative. Thursday afternoon n session on "Qualifications Exported B An Employer Hiring A New was held at the ccn lor. The discussion, headed by Roy Jancwny, outgoing president included remarks by Dr. liardl Craig, librarian, Fondrcn Library Rice University; Dr. Charles R Nelson, assistant superintendent Turn to Page 13, See TWO 'here the late. Most Rev. Chris- opher E. Byrne resided for. more han a'quarter; of a century, Ri. lev, Vincent Harris, chancellor f the Catholic diocese, said The residence was built in 1887 >y the iate Walter Gresham, car- Gaiycston financier, and was ccupifid by 'jhe Gresham family or many years.' Father Harris said transfer of he chancellery from Galveston o Houston Is not expected to akc place until 1963 and that full consideration will be given, to ise of the properly in the mean- while. 11 was recently announced that he Galveston Houston Catholic diocese chancellery will be moved to I louston and that a new ad- ministration building will be con- structed in Houston. The Galveston Houston diocese extends to the Louisiana1 line and as far north asj m. .the cast-and Palestine, Navasola'and Wharlon on the north, taking in Houston and Its environs. Father Harris said It has er- roneously been said that the for- mer Giesham home was pur- chased by the. parishes in the quires that all Investigations con ducted by the shall' be open'to the public. The contempf proviilbri wbuk give the council the same con tempt powers as the county, an corporation court judgetr- abil ty to; assess a maximum fine o and :'Ji term ofvthree i. The procedural ordinance which will speii "out 'powenl'K- lated to ,as f re- quired-by the city charter, proposed several .weekj ago. bj Councilwomah Mrs. Harris Kemprier. r Spell Out Powers At the ial she was asking that the a tbrney's' office draft the cedural ordinance merely t spell out powers already give the council by the charter. -At a City Atty. Ervin A. Apffel J: Turn'.to Page 13, See.SEVEN Hat Day" E; R. i jponidred by iesFear Attitude Of Communists Delegates From Other Nations rive Views Mondty> GENEVA sarmament conference, ajreed, uraday on a procedure for rafting a preamble for a diiaty- ament treaty but the. bout the attitude taken, by. immunlsti. In British eyes', at least, SoyieJ Jeputy Foreign Minister Valerian Zorln aeemed. determined- to ug the Russian disarmament ne from first to lltUe consideration for the views of the, non-Communiit The' Vmerlcans took a more hopeful'. followini a three-hour on.' j Specifically, the delegatef-'ia-.r riicted their art back'by the middle of next week If'poedble. Leaden of the other delegatloiis 111 lubmit', comments and suj- iestibni of their ;dwn by. Monday these1 ideal .will by Zorjiiji', Hudson of Key Flau gbt-a green light to set up a tour-train operation in the city, of Galveston.' "the city acted to instruct'.City Manager Robert 'Layton to. have' a' six- Chamber Asks Schools To Consult On Bond Issues The_ chamber, of commerce bond throujih-'its chairman, William H. Smith, told members of the board-of school trustees Thursday night it would like to be advised of proposed bond issues under consideration by the school board, so there would not be a. conflict .of inter- diocese for Bishop Byrne. "Bishop Byrne nipped and hought it himself for the diocese for-use as the Father Harris Mid. He said the title of the properly is in the diocese. Inside The Nctvs AMUSEMENTS Page 2 COMICS.............. Page 23 CLASSIFIED .....'Prigcs 20-23 COURTS............ Page 23 CROSSWORD........ Page 12 DEATHS, FUNERALS Page 15 EDITORIALS Page EVENTS Page 3 MARKETS............ Page 22 MARINE LOG Page IS SOCIETY Psgcs 8-11 SPORTS ......i... Pages 17-1! TELEVISION LOG Page H Trio Bound Over In LM Justice Court LA MARQUE-Margie Hamil- ton Justice, John Beeler and Samuel Cooper were bound over to the grand jury by Justice of Peace G. P. Reddell Thursday under bonds totaling Bcclcr, with narcotics and bar- bltuatc possession charges In ad- dition lo a possession of firearm charge, was under bond, while Mrs. Justice .and Cooper drew boiids of each on firearms and barbltuate charg- es. The .harpcs stemmed 'rom the March 25 arrest of the trio by La Marque Police Officers Wayne Stroud, Bill Gassoway and Johnny Worn, who stopped a car Just inside the southern city lim- its of La Marque alter noticing a tail light on the vehicle was not burning. The woman was identified as Margie Lee Hamilton Farris Rob- Turn to Page 13, See SIX est in the presentation of -bond isues'. It was explained that the bond committee would like to confer with' the various taxing authori- ies to determine when bond 'is- sues are. sufficiently spaced for consideration. Smith said the chamber com- mittee, would like-to know the lasls of the bond Issue presenta- :ions, so as to arrive at a deci- sion whether to endorse or reject them. Members of the special citi- zens' committee making a study of the school-system needs, were present for the discussion. The committee is not ready to make a report, it was asserted. The board decided to ask the Galveston County Research Coun- cil to make a study of the physi- cal plant and facilities and the taxing structures of cities of com- parable size to Galveslon. These reports will be used in connection with determining needed Improvements In the schools and possible bond issues for future submission to taxpay- ing voters. TODAY'S LAUGH We're told that one out of five employed people In the country works for the federal govern- ment. But with April 15 coming on, taxpayers feel that every- body's working for the govern-, mcnt The art of conversa- tion, says Sidney Brody, isn't lost it's hidden behind the TV set. month' temporary. llcenseVto .op- erate. prepared. to issue to Hud- son, while the city'; legal depart-. ment is studying arid revising a' proposed .ordinance grant Hudson, a 10-year franchise to -operate his tour over" city 'streets. Hudson appeared before the city council with Jim Hardy of the Gal- veston Commerce. Hardy, recommended that Deration of' the tour-train be allowed. Frank Widmann, of the Calves- ton' Convention and Tourist Bu- reau, also said the. operation would fill, a needed function. A tour train, -as .proposed by Cdiiiwcil Hudson, would1 .be drive': jeep locomotive- and. designed.- to tow four passenger vehicles, with' th rabbcr-tired iocbmbtive being" Mi feet long and the cars each. 12 feet flongi''.-.niiiidng i1'" foot train. 1 Hudson rproposed. that he the 'city -a. franchise' fee' of J500' or three per'.ceht huargross.iwhich'ever'is'greater that lie publi liability policy; an that.the city wo'uid-liiye'the righ to .full.inspection .and .control .1 the''tour .The tour.-..tra! would abide ,by all traffic .'rule Turn to Page 13, See; Broadway Angle Parking Members of the Galveston City Council adopted an, ordinance Thursday which ends angle part Mother Carries Child 25 Miles To Hospital HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Jane Massey, 26, .seven children, said Thursday she walk- ed 25 miles to admit her 6-monihs- old baby to Cily-Counly Hospital. She said she made the walk Wednesday alter she was unable to obtain transportation through the Harris County, sher- iff's department. Hospital' attendant said the baby had an extreme case of measles and 102 degree fever. Alter emergency treatment, Mrs. Massey and the baby, Van Arnold, were' taken home bi sherriff's deputy. Mrs. Massey said she tele- phoned the sheriff; sub-station in Humble and was told, "We can't give you a lift oecause we aren't a taxi service." ing oh Broadway in March of 196 The. ordinance would require parking on Broadway to be para lei. The ordinance was prepare by attorney's .office compliance with a request by t city council on March 1, asWn for the ordinance. District Highway Engineer E. Carmichael had requested t council, by to live up an agreement made with the sta by previous, administrations, in eating they would end angle par ing on Broadway after the'stre was widened. City Manager Robert Layton r cently told members of the cou cil in open meeting that a surv covering Broadway from the 8 to the 6100 blocks shows elimii tion of angle parking means t loss of about 125 parking spac Establishment of parallel pal ing -will mean elimination of number of cutbacks in cur which are now .used for anj parking purpose.-. The' coriferenci now" hai only'i one' draft, preamble-before ,it-Hhe one submitted by Soviet Minister Audit! A. Gromyko three part of a complete Mssian diiarinameht treaty, j- The United States has present- ed to Page i3, See Presidents Pastfeuse made a pubiic.appeai fprpassage of his pending ;tax the touse Thursday ever determined'' Republican opposition. A. effort to '.return, the bill to committee with .instructions to cut two major administration pro- visions, was beaten 225 ti) 190. Fi- nal passage followed a little later on a 219-198 vote. The measure -goes' now to the Senate where, it. is given a good chance to pass without major but only'after prolonged committee hearings and floor de: bate.- On-lhe crucial recommital test, the Republicans held their ranks solidly but were able to rally only.. 27 Democratic votes. On final pas- sage, 34 Democrats voted against the administration, while a lone Turn to' Page IS, See ONE HIS LAST 40 DAYS CHRIST AND GUESTS "A certain man made a nip.'' per." Luke The story of the supper-feast Showed how the lord's dis- may increased As were turned down was forced to comb the town' Highways and'by-ways requests To reach tha quota; of His guests Each weelTto- God's "feast" we're invited But, oh, how often we. have, slighted His table for a world-- ly reason Let's think oh that. this Lenten season. .TIIt.tF.N r..
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