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Waco Tribune-Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1962, Waco, Texas On The Inside Pages 13 A A MO r firm Garden 1 0 U II B Waco THE WACO of the Central Texas WACO THIRTY-THIRD YEAR 3 PI WACO TEXAS SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 11 1962 PAGES SSM NUMBER 55 County Auto Sales Zoom 28 Per Cent Economic Recovery In Field Reflected The new car sales Industry In McLennan Is Betting a age pace u economic re- to ba turning Into boom In mis key segment tart New car registrations In the county during February new all-time high lor the month And boosted OK Ul to another total for first two months Biggest push came Irom Chevrolet Registered in February were 409 now can This In gain ol 28 per cent over the 320 listed In the same month year ago It Is 13 per cenl above the January total of 362 in turn the highest ever lor month February unit sales are per cent above the cars Sce SALES Page 13 Lacy Heads WIF Board Increased Waco Industrial Foundation with assets of million Jng seres at prime Indus trial land has reflected Waller G Ucy Jr president enlarged id board of and re ported net Income of 546 591 Lacy president Citizens Na Honal Bank ol Waco was dent of Uie predecessor Waco In Districts irom and has been head of the non profit foundation since It absorb ed WTD John of Texas Pow er Light Co was elected a new vice president nl WIF sue R H Dick Gray o Lone Slar GM Co from elected u ttiL board expanded from 16 to 2 members Gott of lane Star Gas John C McDon of National City Bank Pau of Texas Life Insurant Co George Hutson of South western Bell of tral Freight Dan of William Cameron Gray resign as director Voting poirer was granted for the time to dj rectors They are president Truet Smith and vice president Cai Barrett of Waco Chamber Commerce charged wilh trial promotion president Bob Willingham of Waco Board o Realtors city manager Terrtl and county judge This number of voting directors has jumped from 16 to as the foundation moves to broaden Its base of community responsibility for Industrial de- velopment executive dent Vem T Lemon Raid financial statement a Increase In net worth caused by writing up the See WIF Page 13 Pencil Crop Lighter Than Feared GROESBECK ISPI stone County Brown said Saturday freeze damage lo crop wiU not be as large as first HP svild may produce 85 per cent he nor mal yield but Franks will be only TiO per call normal Brown sard only small num her of lo have been killed WEATHER tonight it sunrise tomorrow at hr 5.1 anil mild nnd Mor rfay rather windy His CS lm 47 Highest 73 ie et p lowest 5 degrees at a highest since Jan 1 88 degrees on 8 lowest since Jan 1 13 degrees on Jan ID normal maximum this dalt 67 For 21 hours ending al p m 60 total thl month M month Inches normal for year lo date 5.12 Inches tola Jan 1 Inches deficiency 2.76 inches The river stage n m- was 4.1 feet First moon on March 12 at p m EASTER SEAL nig son of Mr Mrs Eorl E Hoenig 2713 Park Avenue has been selected Easter Seal the year by McLennan County Society for pled Children Young Hoenig received surgery for hydrocephalus when he was six months old This operation ed in weakness of the extremities He only started walking independently in January of this year The old youngster Is one of 155 children and 100 adults presently receiving therapy at Children's Hospital and Re- habilitation Center faster Seal drive begins Thursday Contributions may be sent to Children's Hospital and Re- Center or McLennan County Children's 1501 North Eighteenth Street Clint Kapus Photo Gromyko Rusk For Disarmament Italy Gives Jackie Wet Welcome ROME AP Jacqueline wearing a gleaming white gouTi with a black top was feted by Kalian nobility In a ranee palace Saturday night to climax her first day in Rome Jt was almost 1 am when America's First Lady making a slop here on her way to In- dia and Pakistan left the slory palace ci her host Count Dino Tlie count at- tended Harvard with President Kennedy Mrs Kennedy was Accompanied o the dinner parly by fier sister Princess Lee US Ambassador and Mrs G erick Tlie 14 dinner guesti of the count who represents a US brokerage house in Rome were from noble families Jt pouring rain when Mrs Kennedy arrived at the the Sirs Kennedy drove back to Villa Taverns U.S ambassador's residence She was to an Pope John XXIII laler Sunday and continue her trip New Delhi Sunday evening President Giovanni and Rom rins ho braved the rain gave Mrs Kennedy a warm come on her arrival Saturday Italy greeted the slender U.S first with skies and a light as she stepped from i airliner at Da Vinci port was met by US Frederick embassy and their KENNEDY WARNS U S Facing Heavy Burden MIAMI BEACH Fla UPI President Kennedy warned Saturday night to be pre- pared to shoulder the burdens of the world for as much as 20 years regardless oi whether other nations are able to share the load The chief executive spoke to a massive Democratic party raising dinner In the vast room the Hotel While much oi what he had to say was tailored Tor an essentially partisan audience he also dwelled See JACKIE Page New LA Apartment Project Under Way Construction has begun Just northeast ol Air slipping center in Waco on the first ol two groupings of apartments mated fo cost about Both are projects of R ship three Charles I- Sligh Joe B Allen and Gerry B Rogers all lA Waco Sligh Is president of Lake Air Center Allen Is past president After 38 Years Mom Sees Daughter bridged night when and daughter were ai Municipal Airport Mother is Mrs Hilda 73 of 2005 South Daughter is Mrs Erica baum M who left Germany al 2 n m Saturday Waco time She arrived at p m on Airways Flight 311 Mrs led her ter then 15 wilh her pr in Germany and came ID Waco to licr brother Frank with the Intention of slaying only a short time Her husband had been killed In War I She and stayed but she corresponded each week wilh her daughter who later married In ma her husband Otto Schlueter died She her brother moved lo present home Then Mrs mother in Germany died Odo her daughter's husband And reunion plans o lake shape The reunion the airport lasl was followed by R party at 1537 McFerrin he home of Mrs Emil friend ol Mrs since Wreck Reported Bell B wreck two murs of Troy on U.S SI shortly midnight Saturday One reported killed The dead was reported lo bo a fort Hood soldier No other Information was available it mid- nl Waco Association of Home Builders Rogers is an attorney The same three men also own Town t Country builders which has built and sold 26 homes ing to on an acie section of Air Estates npar Bishop and Wooded Acres Hicy expect to start soon 11 houses al one lime in another section of the tract behind shopping center These have been approved for long-term insured ing Rogers said will range In cost from In and be east of Wooded Acres Drive clow to Bosque Boulevard than the higher cosl homos Tlie apartments under construction are on lakeland cle cast of Wooded npd nf Air East under way ns a fo the mall renter There will he six units haths to rent at 5115 n and IB ol two rooms and bath at 5130 They will be in two French provincial buildings wilh swimming pool In he area and parking In the rear said cost is nl on this first project Pioneer Savings com- milled to the fint It is being built on ly an acre ol land This first apartment Final Report Meet for Y of Membership This Li UK YMCA find final report eon will be held at lie banquet room noon Tuesday The Viclory Dinner is uled for 6 p m Thursday Tile efforts of Waco business and professional men last in the current membership campaign have been said Jim Waring ol the one recalls mat last year we set out to reach R goal of and thru exceeded H by mole than mAny ships We may go the See Sec REPORT Page K Voters OK Bond Sale HELTON Saturday approved the sale in bonds for Hellnn pendent School District by more H margin The vole was for and for R row Dust Rolls Over Plains Coast Foggy Hy ASSOCIATED TRESS A dusl culling visibilities sharply hit the Pan- s country Texas Saturday while beset shipping the upper Gulf Winds to 70 miles an ur at In the cut visibility there lo only three miles Amarillo and in the had two anil visibility respectively Dust bVw fit Kl Ami Wink in Far West Texas as McNamara Unyielding On WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara was described Saturday as mined no to yield an Inch fo enil congressmen who want the BTO bomber started on high road toward a multibillion dollar production goal The chief usually wins congressional contests while juggling a dozen other military attaches such ance to slopping the BTO ment that he plans lo devote the next two weeks almost solely to the running high in the ol the the only airplane n 1 he worl d Uy 1 would fly three times speed of and time will teil er the tough-minded McNamara can win another one by over- whelming the with facts and losic His are that American technology does not yet know to provide the complicated radar and computing devices B7 needs for reconnaissance and sile tiring at speed and that by Hie time it can be done the plane may not be needed facts and concepts are dis- by with sumabiy equal credentials His antagonist is man Carl Vinson of the kicked up topsoil over moat IP area Parl of thai same dust slorm wiLh Its Pacific Iront was lo roll Central Texas about 5 a m today Winds were to bo about 23 per hour with up lo 30 The Waco said the dust shouldn't be real that visibility during the morning would bo cut to miles Tne dust the first In quite spoil Waco's ED Inch rain Friday the in quite a arc exported to dip to -17 tonight A oi Gi was for alliT a SO of wa o cloudy 111 of the of the Gul Coast me FA Paso BIOS Fog t some on the burdens acing this country In support ol many less fortunate and newer ations Jf we fall he said cause of freedom tails Source of Through her economic and programs to ast arc nf nations stretching rom lo the Orient w United Slates was serving RS the source ol strength ol the en- ire free he said As United Ski 1 OR we be prepared to carry Ural whether others do or lie told nn of more han persons who paid for the privilege ol dining he chief executive and lead rs of Uie Party We all uet tired oi Oils the executive ed Kennedy Imw once tlic f reached n men ol the funds for had saved nation na ion Irom falling lo rom and sonio it now may lie said it is Ibc record for we will be remembered He said he thought Ihc past 12 months liad shown perhaps more clearly than ever before the basic contest between the Iree world See BTO Page 13 and A cold front moving carrird R SEARCH FOR FREEDOM SERIES STARTS MONDAY A wall Berlin from Weft binit it America il w right? Wny oi war the only means lo resolve the conflicting Ideas of To attempt to answer questions one must examine historical roots the two of that dominate Ihr of nations al present Starling Ihp lorp search for Taws and In a Ihc areas Tlie said the weather conditions i hy a weak pressure over and southern gymnasium in of the lion of new io rfH school ard said or j Page 13 now building will RS Ft Hood Flier Killed in Crash FT Ala Army fliers killed R crashed lo at Fix Tho Capl Hill an and Isl U M 11 s pilot here tor training Irom Ft Hood Tex Hill Is survived by his widow And one child who live here nnd his Mr and Mrs Miles C Hill of Norman Okla anri infant live m Killern Tex They resided in Baltimore Md he eame on active duly last fall A spokesman al the Army School here said fhc Mohan k in sn open field A ol ft mile short of the Makme runway Cause thr tad art Easing of Ban On Depeu dents Travel Foreseen WASHINGTON ad- ministration Saturday report ed a decision In ease th complete bnn In las Oct 9 on over seas travel by military en Is The Army wilh the number families snid lo have a pla In cases rte fay tlv of dependents fo six to afler a soldier was assigned overseas But the Force Journal said some mil be reunited this spring Since the nan the Army sent more lhan 40.000 troops of Europe for hill year tours of TOO MUCH FOR THE MEN England UPI The town council tn this London suburb announced il start recruiting women to work us ers H said men the work too hard See JFK Pnge 13 Plane Hits House Four Persons Die NEW ORLEANS An Air force Hying Boxcar crashed nto a home in Saturday night killing at least four persons Inside house Six men aboard hilt Coast Guard said had balled and were rescued Flashlights scon in a area indicated other crow members also para- chuted and were alive The biR plane nl County Air Force Base Blast Kills 3 Persons In France PARIS parked truck believed loaded wilh bombs by the terrorist secret army ex- on R busy suburban Saturday two policemen and a priest lo bits and Injuring 50 persons Heard across most of Paris the blast touched oft an angry street demonstration Abou persons marched lo the guillotine with tile OAS secret army The explosion caused grave among security officers pro making formidable lo prevent n ol terror and violence ivhc and il A cease-fire is wilh Algerian nationalist els In me border city of Evian French nnd Algerian rebel met in full sessio to hear reports of committee final terms of a fire to end the nation rebellion In Algeria the toll for the da was 20 dead and 30 I 41 separate That com pares lo 44 throughout th territory Friday Sworn to keep Algeria French secret army Is to Not read news Is an- ol na dead as Levron and two A third child Janice 7 In condition at Si General Hospital Big Meet Set Tonight GENEVA Dean Rusk arrived unday lor East-West which he touches on the welfare curity of every human being on ie of the earth t f Rush flew in from Washington I hvo minutes past midnight Sunday pm csl and pledged be would do his best n meetings with Soviet Foreign Andrei Gromyko and Foreign Secretary Lord tome to help create the political for Larger that will follow their ite talks arrived earlier with a warning that progress on was necessary to save kind Irom an arms ca la strophe Home is due here later Sunday and the first big meeting ill be held Sunday night attempted to establish a tore lor the Inps prefacing his arrival ment a remark that U would be very because Ve are here for serious discussions he read the into microphones before ft hallery of cameras Before leaving Washington Rusk pledged to do everything can on our side to halt the arms nice and reduce world sion and predicted the talks make teal headway If Gromyko could promise ihc same II there Is progress a summit conference could follow this spring Home had a brieling day night with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and they were believed have discussed some MEET Page 13 agreement thai will clear the way to Independence A portent ol what may come was blast of the booby-trappEd truck In the suburb ol Issy Les described by police as a typical secret army operation The small truck was parked In front of a ft meeting of Die Movement Tor an to begin within an hour of the ex- plosion First International Satellite Scheduled WASHINGTON tional Aeronautics and Space Ad- ministration said day It Join mlh British Ministry of Science to launch The first satellite Irom Cape Canaveral spring Scan h for limply uill review concept of freedom in ica and the the origin oi current stalemate between Ensl in light ol paM Search for Freedom begins with fie clan It teHs of nurt empires d reaming lions It is well stimubdng and sure to about and Search Baplist lo Hold Race Meet FORT WORTH foek a Monday lo the of what they should do when R de- This on and race relations he discussed Monday and day when 400 Texas Baptist pav I tors and lather i here for a depth study on rare Christian the meeting is df al ol Texas sairt Ih o loral era examine what Bible says race and to apply It o practical situations in the local community Flares Again CARDIFF Wales AP ain's smallpox i land up In as 11 more were rushed lo isolation hospitals I W Good Morning OF STATE HUSK and Soviet Foreign Minister arrived in Geneva for complex diplomatic negotiations on and other mid war problems Kennedy said the flight of astro- naut John proves the has the ability lo pace the world in this new area of progress Jacqueline Kennedy arrived in Rome and attended a private dinner parly at Palace A SECRET ARMY blast killed three persons tn France and set off a demonstration Four persons in a house were when an Force Flying Boxcar crashed Into it In Kennedy reported going along with a draft of a UN bond buying plan In hopes nf slaving off a less able version of Defense Is standing firm against advocates of the bomber A STOlOr enveloped the Plains and and forecasters said It would roll into the area today Campaigning In Houston John said he would lead the ticket for the Democratic nomination for governor ami romc close lo winning a off Tape Texas voters are caught In a over places Page Don Democratic candidate for governor and Jack Cox Republican aspirant for the same office will Waco during the coming week Page ATTO In County last month were cent higher lhan the sania month a year ago Waller G Lacy Jr has been renamed president of the Waco Industrial tion which has also Increased ils hoard of lors Is under way on the first oC two groupings of northeast of Air shopping center Final report ing of the membership drive will be U Optimistic Over Meet MOSCOW AP Premier Khrushchev toM Japanese Yamada day he not particularly op- about chances for ing agreement at the Geneva dis- conference next week Japanese sources reported Khrushchev reportedly made remark during a visit by The Japanese to Kremlin Yamada called to deliver a sonal message from Prime ister chev's cooperation In banning clear tests President OKs Modified Bond Plan WASHINGTON Kennedy is going along uiUi a modified version o his bond purchase plan In the hope o De- feating n alternative for stopgap aid to the United Nations The President's decision was described by one administration as a reluctant one lo salvage as much as of liis original proposal He lhal the United Stales o hall of a million t sue oi 25-year bonds Jo finance emergency UN lions in the Congo Kast -1 The Senate Foreign has voted to permit unrestricted purchase el million in such bonds But It ed additional U S buying to amounts to what other members buy up lo an over-all million tuul Democratic tender field of Montana said in an Inter view the may be aWe to take up the proposal late week In House whore some had sharp Ihr Affairs tee has to schedule bearings on leaders have of offering in Senate an alternative proposal which was defeated hy aji in Uie committee Under it Uio United Slates would the million for two years irv rates this government pays It
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