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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - April 1, 1962, Abilene, Texas tíTíie Abilene 3^porter-'Bí\j)jsi t! WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY A «sT OT -.VIn o' o*> I I *■* 81ST YEAR, NO. 288 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1962—SIXTY-FOUR PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Assetciated Prcsë (JPf Florida Tornado Kills 15, Injures 75 to 100 Others GEORGE MINTKR • . • ‘what Abilene needs* Approve Last Minute Tag Buyers Bonds, bo Tag-Less JESSE F. \VI\TER.S . . . nothing else to do Ex-Mayors Urge i’iclure on Page 8-A III DSON SMART , , . ‘best way’ Four former Abilene mayors have strongly rtM.‘ommended the passage of the $1.775.(M)0 bond issue to provide secondary sewage treatment facilities for the city of Abilene. Voters will decide on the proposed bond issue Tuesday, in the same city election in which two new members of the city commission will be elected. The bond issue, if approved, will provide funds for full secondary treatment facilities necessary to meet ne<‘ds predicted for the city al least through 1969, George ,Minter, immediate past mayor, said "1 feel sure the commission and mayor have given detailed thought and study and have had fine engineering advice and research from at least two well-known engineering firms. It is the unified opinion of the commission and engineers that this is what Abilene neeils. "This is the type treatment facilities that other cities the size of Abilene are going to and in ly opinion it is the kind of plant Abilene needs and must hdve.” Jesse F iT-Bone' Winters, who preceded Minter as mayor, agreed that the passage of the bond issue is important to the future of the city. "It looks to me like they have us in a corner," Winters said "There is nothing else we can do to give us the type treatment we must have, and we must do something to provide adequate treatment." Huci.son Smart saiil "I think this is the best way to solve the problem If $1.775,000 i.s the amount needed to put in an adequate plant, we certainly .should do it " Ro-scoe Blanken.ship also is ml Kriiesl G r i.s s o m. who st‘rved favor of passage of the bond is.sue.i immediately befwe Winters, is| "Personally, I feel the oi>l> living ^ Arizona and C E.. thing for us lo do IS vote the bonds'    *u    .    •    /    *    t.    > «nd build an aduqu.Tte plnnt. ,„'‘-atlin, the c.t> k first mayor after; planning the projwl, we :4iou!d The city manager form of govern-; make sure that everything is done ment was installe<i was out of Motorists who literally waited; until the last minute to buy their; 1962 auto licenses found them-i ‘.selves tag-les.s Satui*day evening ;when the tag selling offices closed ; early because of "employe fatigue.” The county tax asses.sor-collec-tor’s office, sc'heduled to remain! open until 4:30 p.m., closed its doors about 4 p.m. The estimated 200 persons .still in line at Ithat time were taken care of, but ¡those who arrived later did not. ¡It is customary here to .shut the i doors early to allow the clerks to get caught up by quitting time. But at the three supermarket substations in town, scheduled to be ooen unil 6 pm., sales werej stopptd about 4; 30 p.m. also, re-i portedly because of thé heavy work load the employes had during the day. Persons attempting to buy tags', after that were told that the county tax office would be open at 8, a m, Mondav. However, on Mon-: day it will be illegal to drive an auto w ith 1961 license plates on it. I And there’s a penalty of 20 per cent unless the car owner accompanies his late regi.stration with an affadavit that the vehicle has not been used without the legal tags. County Tax As.se.ssor-Collector FLORIDA TORNADO DA.MAGE . . . rescuers search wreckage Liz, Burton Nightclubbing In Rome Wbile Eddie Fumes Heavy Damage Left by Storm MILTON, Fla. fAP'—A tornado at least 10 homes destroyed and plunged from a black cloud with-!25 extensively damaged, out warning Saturday, killing is! The town’s only hospital, a .50-persons, injuring scores of others bed structure, filled quickly with and leaving widespread damage injured victims. The hospital in this northwest Florida town, transferred 19 of the most serious-Nine «tile pensons and six Ne->7 hurt to Pensacola hospitals and proes died in wreckage left by' the twister which roared over the town of 4.000 population, 15 mile« northeast of Pensacola, shortly ^ after 9 a.m. The Florida Highway Patrol es-j timated 75 houses were destroyt“! and .scores of others were damaged in varying degree. The injured were e.stimated at Iwtween 73 and 100 The tornado ripped through a rrile-long strip extending from the College Park residential area to northwestern oui.Nkirts of the Unanimous approval of adding town. It swirUvi on through an a seventh floor to the new Minnie uruxipulated area toward the L. .\nderson Building at Hendrick •    small community of Munson, up Memorial Hospital was given Sat- t.\»> wirrohat«» rootiiig trecs and damaging iso- urday by the b<?ard of trustees. lated structures.    j    Collier,    hospital    adminis- The Rev. Rol)ert Cowling, rec- ij-ytor, said the building committor of St. Mary’.s Episvopal    recommendation for the floor 'church and disaster chairman for    approved    means    that    the the fil'd Cross. Sctid .»n aerial sur-    have    tlx*    first    medi- ;vey showed the area of damage^^i j-*search facilities in Abilene. jwa.s five miles Ion« and a quar- Saturday’s dmsion was import-ler-mile wide, extwiding froni    since construction already is northwest Milton to northea-.t of    preiiminao    stages.    Site the town s ouUkirts    ooo    is    being    cleari*<i He estimated that b..'twoen 2fvo    ^ Contracts for more than a mil- See STOR.M, Pg. 7-A, Col. & Kendrick dkays Adding 7ih Floor 'and 250 homes were severely By FRANK BRITTO jing reports that his marriage million-dollar current production damaged or destroyed He placed dollars h ive been signed hr ROME (AP'-Elizabeth TaylorUilh the Oscar-winnmg actress is of the sulti7 queen of the Nile, th«* homeless at aiMiut 400 per-projcnM w-.lh Oscar Rose as Burl King could not be contacted and Richard Burton—"Cleopatra" on the rocks.    jTwentieth    Century-Fox, had noth- Mins    general    cnntnn'ior. Saturday night for a semi official ond ".Mark .Antony" — night- Later Fisher turned up in \\;u-,h- hnc lo say.    i hifty cots W’ere set up for the    buildin*’    is    a    memorial clubbed Saturday on Rome’s Viajngton. D. C. and told a reporter. A spoke.sman who had been homeless in the county enurt-    Mrs    George    S.    An- nddin^ fuc^ to h rofTiiinhf r r    '    ’k-'H    fc»*" u ri'nlv to F    \#m\    A number of rosidonts    *» •' e i \tneuj aoGing    a    ronuin    u    ..j    te. a reply to r .^ntr >    '    a«v,mviTd    derson    anu is being financed prm- bUue.to„ » .h.K.,i„gon    ^ photographers to last a lifetime. !    ^    ^    ^    yuxiliaiw of th*' Pensacola Air iM'i^Phal iMiard chairman and has He seemed relaxed and siKikCi'’®    ..... "«iation. Others moved in with re! b«'t*n a leader in development of count on-the final day’.s sales. WEATHER on two continents. A witness of the ixist midnight \lsit on the town said they ‘‘held *‘*wr    danccd    and kis.sed many (Wrath«>r XI*p Page 11    -timeS.’ In New’ York Friday, Miss Tay without signs ol .strain But "CltHipatra" director quoted Frame homes in Milton ABIIJ-.NE ANU VlCIMTV HIíe.Iiu* #0! S    Sr'i.r''n;::,;ior's    sinKins    husband,    bxldie Kish-y'i<tay prepuslerous. ridlaH¡''"'<' "« ............. w ..r,    .    ..    I0U.S.    and    ab.Milutely    fal.se mount-i In Rome, officials of the multi- NORTH CKNTRAl. TEXAS ■ Fair Sun^ _ _ daj thioujih .M«ndtt> ((xikr iKirthw**st .Sunda.v .N<>1 quite «0 cuol Monday. High Fi: her and his manager, Milton Jo.seph Manckiewicz wa.s quoted ackstone. arrived m the capital ^    1«from the tornadic blast A space for ho>pitai lai night to visit friends who    ^    two-bloc'k    area    in the College and will have a special H Identified    ''whomever    she    harde.st    hit with aside and equipped for the ho«pital more than 40 years. bur«t! The seventh floor will provide for ho.-pital laboratories area set research. wishes.’ ROSI ()E RI.ANKFNSHIP . . ‘only thing f»>r us to do* Sunday t>0-«j5 .NURTUWKST TEX.VS Partly cloudy in north to clear m »outh Sunday Fair Sunday nittht and Monday ('ooler in ;north Sunday A liUk* u,timer Mxiwlay Hii{h Sunday 50 in north «2 in »outh SOI TUWK.SI TKXXS C'leai to part ly cloudy and a httic ourmci Sunday and .Vlondav llitth Sunday w»-vo !    ir    viPi    KXM itts sat a in 37    . 30 .. 37 , 3«    ., 37 ... 37 ... 37 .. •T»    - 44    .. 4»    . äl 5; H..,b . Sat ltd luvk 1(10 3 INI . 3 no 4 (Id 5 (Nl 6 no . 7 *NI son <» 00 10 00 11 no 12 00 ÍOI 24huui» e'tditi£ p m 55 t>l W) «3 h.'t &3 (Id 54 47 Aid Halt May Be Felt Here that can possibly help to assure town and will not return until Mon ** "j,gh%nd”**h)w^'»»me date the city that it will be through day.    *s*    *nd 37 with the problems of sewage dis-; There has btH*n no organized op-u    t"*i«ht pasal."    ¡position    to    the bond issue.    ‘    SumHid^^t    9    m .Abilene’.s school ir cla.st,ified as area" could be ciallv by a nation year,    Friday    to system, which lene Ihstrict received $466.000 in Manckiewicz also was quoted by the paper as saying, "I even give her ¡lermission lo flirt with He<l Chinese leader» Mao Tze-itung tVhat is inqiorlant that she fini.sh the film and. above all. that siie let me work in holy peaoe “ Miss Taylor. Burton and atiout half the ‘ ('leopalra" cast put ie a full day's work on the set S.si urday, normally a day off. Surgesiions that the whole thinu Train Hits Auto; Man Near Death s an •■jmpM led Kcdi'rai mnney to apply to woik „¡„h.",!' ,    of    pub'j;    - linan- at thn Jack:«n and ''»od^n,™^“    ^    J    ^    lid.xi wdh . fr.Mphi Ira.n at ,al a.tonn,Mra,.on «.h«,ls in lt«MII.    C'ZZ    ,.nlv”L'kV;.;. « •>•'» to cut oil ,vp« ial A. K. \\cllE. .supenntendcnt of; a.turd.-.v. the Italian pr. •    ‘ federal aid to .segregated school; , schools. expl.Mned that he ''pictures, logo      '    " Since 19.56, the local systcmihave to see and .study the pro-i(,ne of Fish«‘r all over Steel Negotiators Announce Two-Year Labor Agreerhent A 57yc.;,rold Abilene    man was'    Baker was stopped at the stop critic ilf>    in: ;rcd shofly after 10    i:    ht on S    14 Si at the    lime of Saturday when hr car c.'l tlie r’ -cidenf the Three youth- I-'<>yd Houghton of t»n N 2294 Ivanhoe, John V\ inter, Bo.x :40l AbilejK* ^nd Frank Sigmund (her with    ‘    Samuel l-t-e of    2278 l-ow    of    Box 451.    .\bilene. were    stopped don St ,    w T taken to    Herulncl-    ,n    tht light    on S 1st also. follow in; th:    All    four    w    il.icsses    reported    that jwa.s : and By NORMAN WAl.KFR PITTSBURGH 'API—Stt*el ne- gotiators annuum-ed .'ialur,toy|,„^ „.ntmund price stability.-terms of a new two-year labor j agreement that was immediately! hailed hy president Kenn«iy as 1 which had already ralifK*d "obviously noninflationary| will be free to renew slkiuld jprovide a solid ba.se threat. It Is given the right to re- ,op«:*n the contract as of then on committee, wages, {»ensions, insurance and the other matters the front ha.s receiv(*d $1.9‘MI.113 from the jxi-al before making a statement.almost pushing out ->ther    'lemu i H(».-prt federal government under provi vVell;;, contacted Saturdayin.-w;<’The most pubb'Jied picture ^ ‘    cinvtition    w.-s    p-portiH    Lee w »s traveling ^bnu\ 20 to 25 sionr of two rnca.sures. one of niidit. explained that there are!show»*d Mi.ss Tr.ylor. smiling d. t‘>    “ crmcai ’ .bout 11 pm mac., inrr h.»ur which makes grants .for sch<M)i p„t    two ways lo integrate the'lightedly. holding Burton b;> the    P ‘    (»tr m Don    datlon    whoin-    Jidnt    see the    train    belote    me coii.struetion and the other which    district. One is by a vote    arm.    He too wa.s smiling, but not    vc-*»    ‘.xii the aecKp'nt    -    nd    Ltv    crash.    ^ provides money for otn rating the petiple in the district. The so broadly. -    was    dr*vmK north on .Saylc'- and Tfw 1938 Ford sedan was costs lo districts that include    ¡jj;    vvbeii    rcquirt*d    to    do    so    1    mberto    Spagna,    one of Rome’- was hit brcdtade by the freight driving came to rest tm its top al large numbers of children who py    rr.cans of injunction enforcedpt‘r.sisteril fret'-lance    train    going east.    The    •    ar    wa«    the b(.ittom of    the    embankment live on fwieral property but at- ihrdueh the court ;.    photographer.s    who    haunt    the    knmkrxi off the trac':> on the with Lc-e still inside, walkout tend local .schools    ;    ,u„    ..r/¡««ght spot-, gave thi.« aicounl ef north side and about 40 to 45 feet Patrolman Slatton reported that of VV’elfare .Abraham r .•    *    ,'u*    *’    *    Miok    Taylor’s    anti    Burton’s    stay    t    ast    of the interswtion, Slatton lA*e 3uftei»Hl head and body in- St'Cretury m    .»uian.nn Ribicoft announced Friday that fulfilling his apiR'al for an early new a.grtvment along with the un-i ^ and respon.sible settlement. ion executive board, greettxl i^iccess in The pact wa.v«l any imn,c<li.;K‘’™«>r^    ’    «¡'I’    fa ate wage incT.■a^«• but provirtwljl'»-'“''«' P«- I‘i>'Milcnt praised ihe;«‘kiw""« a broad array of conir.tct changes    ^ evidi'nt, however, negotiating a full three montlvs I .1 i I 1 • .u ri .inight spot:;, gave thi.« aicoi In the final analysis, the effl'C    Taylor’s ami Burton's moH uu a..uuu,.ee« . .    » o, TJ’VV-^eLVotHeT^^    JUI    lCS    alUl    "he    S    aboUt    US IWaf -itartin.g in Sej>tt*mber of HMi;). the . »f    i,    .,-,    .t    tv«    ni.eht    Sjiot    According    to    Slullon,    there    were    dead    as    you    c.ui    get.    at    H    pm, admini-tration will cut ott aid to . f J*.. *'    ,    ’    Bricktop’s.    but    was    ,.y,.v»    ane-'    .    to    11"’    cra«h    At    the    next    crtssiiig    to    the w^t, ...... ‘    "    ‘    mUaoiaU    lo.A    iedtia!    momy..    - \    5    iindudinri    Abilene    Patrolman    RoL    four    ik-iM.ii.'^    were    kilkxl    on 1^. l AAum, I K, c.A, i tw. 5 Haki-r    29    when    q    car    and    Lain    collided. segregated r.chisils. that The AssoidattHl that alHiui $11.9 new Press rejstried million in f d- Tht; As.sociated Press Texa.s Fdu<*«tion said. A.g(*ncy, i.r.ii mtmoy cnim- to Toxas in l'*d    I»«'    («i.-ri.i    fund.-, under th(’ o|MTating cost- pio- mu.>i pa.s;-; ÍK'iore In'in,-.; distribu 1 array including new vacqtion and tirement provisions aimed re ! benefits in areas ¡employés—income rity." imaitinativP:•«' '»»'    *    ‘'’I'"''*’"’" gram Df thi.s t.kal about W fi mil    reporl-j )si vital to »f Prt'fi™» ■■ontractx «■flectwl    scBrrpat.al    ,a-hn«l,.    «»'" '■ .Yx-ial.xt I’rvthat bout^ new era of cordiality in an iiidus most and job An industry statement said the;    ,    ,       -......... ^    . i .u    i ettlement Is the mo.st moderate! Kennedy said the pact indicat(Hl g74 ainouiiKHl to $2.34,613 m d>»id    tmder    the    atl«led sharing work time in an industry hard hit by unemployment. David J. McDonald, president .............. ..    .    . i . .    u    i    .u of the Steelworker» I'.non, said in yet,r» and the first s.nce w54 P';^>Lf,al sUdesmanshtp »1 th. nieations!aehievei1 w ithout a strike.    ,    lltghe.st order Thus, at the mrt- meut. there was every hope Irvd ¡the proNpeefive renegotiations m .SiH-u-;'"^*»    ...    Abilene’.s    di.stnct the teder.J '»ohool di Jricls are not de ¡try lon.g marked by hectic k*bor,^,y    m    .a    s ,u.t in Texas. l>ut inldedi relations.    ni;*inti>n.-4iu-e*    uiKler Public Law ^^hit i?enei ally aie small aniouiitsi Under Public laiw 815, liie Abi NEWS INDEX provistotiH for longer vacations; and extra vacation time ufl for r lift , the danger of a strike loiiger-service workers, togethei ¡only until August liM»3, however,! with more liberal pension ar- tu*cau.se on that date the union rangements, should open work in . fteel mills lo tliousands of extra; employe.^ He said he did nqt |, know how many.    I The agreement apparently! called for latxir costs increa.%es in the neighborhood ot to cents an^ hour, as was retKirted iii advance ! The estimate was supjiorted by an industry statement that it would increase labor costs about 2‘ii pt*r cent. The union said iioi accurate cost estimate was pos-i sibte. However, Kennedy in a tele i phone message to Mclkiimld at; the union’! Wage Policy Cominil- te« meeting said the settlement SICTION A Obifuorica    ..... Oil IMWf SICTION B Dyeai Pia Poft .... Radio-TV lofli...... TV Scout ...... Book newt SICTION C Woin«n’i nowa..... Amuaemcnta  ..... Bridge    .... SICTION D Sporta .............. Idftoriola    , Cburcb nowa .......... Form newa, merketa..... . 12 . 14 . 10 .. n . 11 . 11 1-16 11-13 . 11 1-5 6 11 12 l%3 "ould be earned out with similar good will. i Heferring to the good feeling on! jlxUh sides, the steel industry statement said the outstanding | feature of the negotlatioii.s had Iicen "the spirit ol cih)peiatum; land understanding evidenced by. the bargaining teams on both sides."    ; In Hvit connection the joint in dustry-union Human Relations jCommitt»x* e.stablushed iii ttie settlement that followed the record ! 116-day strike in 1939 will be continued with expandetl ie,s{>onsibil-itie.s lo get down to work on the problems coming up in the 1963 contract reopening talks. COI LKCTION I'IMK IS M:\lt . . . flon’l loi-;i(‘l till’ la\ . . . W iliiiii a da%%, >4»iir tar-ri*-r bov hìII hr 4'itllt*i'iiii|i fttr ytiur papfr. Vt hi*n he 4 all- t»u ytni, tlim’t (»»rset th** la\ tiii \4Mir -ub-i riplioii . . . I tilt* laM rt‘«|)lir»‘H liial iIiik lav Uiii»! be iniid Irt tlif 4Kii-uiiirr II'» Ititi) II' |t«*r iiiitiilli tilt iiiittitiiis tir    aotl >hm4Im) ; m- itti tiiitriiiiig and ftit-iiiiip .tini Nitie day. Atmr tairirr ijìll apprr-i-ìate y «tur « uuperatiuii , . , and •O HÍÜ W«! ])i(>iU ams Aj,;emy figures also show that t iinciitly iheie ale iive district-.^ whieli arc not de-»«-.^leeated and' whu h ata to receive atsRit $800.-000 in coiisiru4'tion (uiui.v Httwever, thss money already is tiimmilted and probably waiuldi nut Ix atleeted by Frulay ’s de | ci;.ion Heeau.e It wil! Ix* future cofi?.truction HmoulH^^ that will tn*! afbxitHl, It would bt muJu.Nsibie nm^ to detcj-min* what the loss' would 1m under this pnigiam, the agency naid Ribicott aitnouiK*ed his deciMon to a house e«iueatioii suUommit ! tee which Ls studying the progiessj of integration sime S954 He had tH*en asked by the suts.-ommitlee ¡tor » ruling as to whether it was legal to grant federal funds to segregaii'd iarhoois. TWLS TED VVHEt'K.\(ii:    Phis is u hat r ernains ot the auto tit ivcii by James S. Lee of 2278 Lowden, whiih was turned into scraj) metal by a freight train at the Blvd. crossing near downtown .\bilene late Saturday night. Lee was reported ut critical condition. (Staff Photo by Henry Wolff Jr.) ;