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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - April 22, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY Hiwtis oswoia r 9^t-C SVX3Í. 3AV 3103 !, Aa3C Hitjoasitj*^ 81CT YEAR, NO. 309 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1962-FIFTY-SIX PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Asmcmt4»d Pres$ (Æ*) Guido Gains Truce After War Threat a Army Leaders Lose Showdown IT’S EASTKR Sl’Nl)AY — Easter is an important day for Christians, even young ones like Jackie Turner, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Jack Turner of 1289 S. Pioneer, shown here in the sanctuary of Elmwood West Methodist Church. In addition to its deeply religious significance, the day provides a wonderful opportunity for ladies of all ages to wear bright and flattering new dresses, hats, shoes, gioves, etc. Easter dawn in Abilene was marked by two special religious services, one at Dyess AFB's flight line and one at the Tower Twin Drive-In Theater. Many were expected to attend. (Staff Photo by Henry Wolff Jr.) ^HE IS RISEN^ Christian World Stages Varied Easter Services Bv CHARLES T.. WUST ARMiciated Press Stati Writer •'He is risen." blessing    "to    all men    without ex*    New York's    Time.s    Square. The ception."    demonstration began    Good Friday In the    First Baptist    church of    and was to    last through Sunday deaf    morning. In «nne and nraver the word** f *"ankforl, Ky., about 150 «Doken 20 centuries aco echoed persons, many of them also mute. Shortly after noon Saturday, a «oundtteSrrndat int'hín^^ ^ared the end of a wordles. «■'e-block-long line of "peace around the «orld Sunday in Lbns ,    ,    walkers,"    three    abreast,    fUed tian celebration of the Resurrec tion. The bolls of Rome’s 500 churches, muffled until midnight, rang out the glory of Easter. ¡spelled out in the sign language' of the afflicted the message of I Christ’s life.    I I Congregations of nine Harlem In silence, too, the faith was Protestant churches planned to parade with Lenten hymns“ . .    ,    ,    through    New    York’s    tenement    dis A }oy of color lent emphasis to the white lily symbol of the day. tricLs. falling silent in the ap- Firrery awaited the Eoster parades. For most of the United State.*, the ^Weather Bureau forecast a actment of the visit of Ihe disciples to His tomb on the first Ea.ster. In the Wichita Mountains near Lawton. Okla., the annual 44- See EASTER, Pg. 2-A, Col. S Easter Hals May Become A Bit Damp None Hurt In Berlin Exchange By CARL HARTMAN BERLIN (API — Hundreds of Berliner.s and tourist* on Easter holiday watched a brief battle of automatic weapons and tear gas between East and West Berlin police Saturday. The trouble began when an East German policeman lobbed a tear-gas grenade at tourists in the; W'est sector who ventured close for a look at the wall the Communists built across the divid«! old German capitol. Nobody was hurt, though both East German and French armored cars rushed to the scene. ,^bout 30 shots were fii^d, and half a dozen tear-gas grenades exchanged. It happened on Bernauerstrasse, made a showplace by West Berlin authorities where visitors can get; a good look at the wall Sightseeing buses include it on their tours.! There were dozens of buses there when the trouble started. The Vopos—the green-uniformed people’s police of East Berlin— keep a dose watch on the walli from two .second-story windows over an old hardware store. When one of them threw a tear-gas grenade at the tourists Westi police replied with tear gas of their own. The Vopo came back with twoi bursts of 10 shots each from hisj machine pistol. Two West Berlin' I patrolmen replied with bursts; from Tommy guns. It was all over in a few minutes, and the tourists were soon crowding the street again. West polk'e kept them on the side\^alk at a safer distance from the waU. Tens of thousands of West Ger-* mans and foreigners are in Berlin for the Easter holiday. All of them want a look at the wall. The Comnounists want everyone to .stay well back on the We.stern side. But Western authorities think the wall (HJght to be seen— By SAM SUMMERLIN BUENOS AIRES (AP)- President Jose Maria Guido, supported by a tough cavalry general and a column of tanks, gained the uppers Poggi, depending on the 1st. 2nd and 3rd Motorized Infantry regiments, deployed defenders in trenches in Palermo sutmrb in the path of the armored column. His forces wheeled out light ar-ihand over ultimatum-bearing Ar- tillery and antiaircraft pieces he-gentine mJitary chiefs Saturday hind a barricade of buses and ijust as civil war seemed to be cars around the dominating War I exploding.    t    Ministry- building facing the Plaza I The diminutive president im-^de Mayo and pink-walled Govern-posed a truce while insurgent ar-i^*^ House in the heart of the city. Ex-General Is Charged In Paris WENT TEXAN TRADEMARK — Per Stahl of Sweden, left, president of Lions International, and Abilene Lions Club President Ivan Flynn admire a saddle thrown over a wooden horse Saturday night at the banquet observing the 45th anniversary of the Abilene Lions Club. Stahl later was presented a pair of cowboy boots and a hat to make him a Western-minded Swede. (Staff photo by Jimmy Parsons) World Lions Chief Cites Peace Force mor stormed into the outskirts of Buenos Aires and probed machine jgun and artillery emplacements of army commander Gen. Raul Pog-: gi in the heart of the capital. The cri.sis. the nearest Argen-Ulna has come to serious bloodletting since dictator Juan D Perón was routed seven years ago, I burgeoned when cavalry Gen. En-Irique Rauch launched unexpectedly    an    insurrection against the ¡army high command Friday night (rom Campo d» Majm, Argentina^    (APl-í^on.    Raoul Salan. most important military camp, ^ miles outside the capital.    imprisoned chief of the European The insurrection snowbaUed and    A™»'’    s'- surprised Pogffi, key leader in de- cused Saturday of attacking th# posing and imprisoning President authority of the state in his cam. Arturo Frondizi on March 29. Gui-    keep    Algcna French, do    is    Frondizi's    military-picked    Conviction    on    the charge    carries succe.s.sor.    the death penalty. ,    . .,    .    The    charge    was read to    Salan All    morning it    seeir.ed blood|j^^    ex-general’s    prison would be spilled on the issue of    Prison    officials said Salan, whether Peronists, who won in the    rearing his black moustache March 18 elections, would be    appeared re- barred from office by Guido’s die-as examining Magistrate tatorial decree, as the high com-iQ^y Courcol read the complaint, mand demanded, or by legal proc-,|^fjj¿jpj. pj-ench law, a prisoner esses sanctioned by Congress, as must be formally charged within the insurgents insisted.    43 hours of arrest. The upshot was a dramatic sum-i Earlier. Salan had bee« pictured mil conference of Argentina’s gen-1 as resigned, tired, seemingly with-erais and admirals behind the out hope, as he told police inter-heavily guarded gates of Guido’s rogators his arrest was inevitable suburban residence.    — "everything w^as collapsing Rauch, 48, commander of the around us." cavalry corps at Camp de Mayo. That was the way jorjnw Gen. came out smiling and declared    bied.    and himself satisfied with a truce    without hope - mula proposed by Guido himself, ;«ribed his pjKdion '» P«!'« Poggi sourly waved to newsmen By LANE TALRlRT Reportar-News Staff Writer Lions International is "one 1^ Texas cities were on hand In | and refused to talk    urday. iRose Field House on the Hardin-i As events unfolded it seemed Simmons University campus for clear Guido had triumphed. ¡the greatest forces for world the festivities. Bemedaled Salan. former supreme French military command-in Algeria, was arrested Fri- er Ray, .Miracle Cited Among those receiving recogni-j announced ■    rfay    in    Alkiers    For    tho    past    yoar jing this was, when Guidos office..    r-. , -ihe had been in underground re-the appointment of against the Algerian policies i close up. The possibility of more trouble lumierstanding and world peace along the wall was foreshadowed;the international president of ^    audience were Dr Cy-:Gen. Juan Bautista Ixza. compar-    rhariis de Gaulle, by a letter made public from Eastj650.00t>-member organization PWij.yg |^ay. Abilene osteopathic atively unknown politically, as the    capture    caused German Interior Minister KarljStahl of Sweden, said here batur-    credited    with    new    army    secrelar>'    with    a    free    bloods    in Algeria Maron to Willy Brandt, mayor of*day night.    linitiating    the    movement    which!hand to name his own army com- ^ j. Sunday Salan and Fashionable Easter bonnets    Berlin.    Maron    told    Brandti The industrial executive drew hiS;eventually led to the organization mander in chief three other generals touched off iunify and mild day, except for a pageant of the life of Christ Abilene area may become a lit-,^®    to    move West Berlin’s;observations from tours of 50 na-jpf the ciub in March, 1917, and. This meant Poggi was through.    seizing pow- tand of showers across the middle    rising    tie dampened Sunday, according IBay mass meeting awayitions in which he saw the matenaLj, d. Miracle, the only one of the, as well as Gen. Marino Bartolomé    Algiers    When    his insurrec- of the nation and .some ram 01»    ^    ^    prei^nled    to    prediction    by    the weather    ^be    neighborhood    of    the    bor-,achievements of Lions Clubs in 33 charter members who ¡8 stiUjCarrera. army secretary, who re- tion collapsed under the weight of tlir northeast coast    the    story    annually    since    1926. reau at Municipal .Airport.    .der,    where    it    has    been    held    in    re-many impoverished area.s.    active in the club.    ^signed    Friday    night,    Gaulle’s    prestige.    Salan    and Easter penetrated the Iron Cur-    Rnwl*«    .t    «    m nm- in addition to the Dossibilitv ofi    left    Stockholm.    Sweden,    j Dr Rupert N. Richardson, presi-j The showdown came quickly aft* Cen Edmond Jouhaud went into e” • J    r»....    „    u:..    v-,    _    i---- u.. ..i,..—! . .    .    _       D«..,.».    „j.tk    mtxpo    *ni— formed the under- tain carrying its hope of life HollywiKxl Bowl’s 5 a.m. pro-everlasting into Orthodox and S'am featured actor Charlton .showers, winds of 15 to 20 miles Baptist churches in Moscow. Heston and actress Mary Pick- an hour from the southeast may The commemoration of Christ’s lord reading religious poems add another peril for the bonnet •r.criflce on the Cross brought against a backdrop of 75.000 calla wearers, thousands of pilgrims to Jeruse-'kkos.    I May Day is a big occasion in Friday to arrive here by planeident emeritus of Hardin-Simmons er Rauch, .solidly based with more hying They East and W’est Berlin. The Com-! Saturday afternoon for his speak- and a past ciub president, pointed ¡than 12,000 soldiers and 150 Sher- ground Secret Armv Organization munists usually celebrate with a Jng engagement at the 45th anni-iopt that the founding of the Lions;man tanks at his command at lOAS' which rallied European military parade Brandt, a Social-jversary banquet of the Abiieneiciub here preceded the formationjCampo de Mayo, ordered an ar- settlers for a last-ditch terrorist ist. will address hundreds of thou-iLions Club. He spoke m Virginiaiof Lions International by several mored column to advance on Bue* campaign against .Algerian inde-A high temjierature in the 80s    Berliners    from    the    Wednesday,    flew    home    that    eve-    months. lem, tens of Ihwsands of visitors (itizens of    |.    Iplaza in front of the old, burnt-out ining and back on Friday.    Stahl,    a    charter    member    of the to the Vatican in Rome and mil Tix.. planned to light fires on sur-, The possibility of the West Tex- Reichstag building.    ‘    Approximately    500    persons    fromiLions    Club    in    Eskilstuana,    Swe- nos Aires. pendence. lions of the faithful to sptH’ial rounding hills F.a.ster eve, a cus- ^old front moving in will drop iervices throughout the world tern resulting from the pioneer.s |(emperature.s only slightly, accord-On mountain tops, in valleys, first    year in the settlement, lo-jjpg rj ^he weather bureau,    A    low beside lakes, in city stadiums, the dian    campfires surrminded the    55 predicted    for    Sunday* rising sun found .wnrshlpiTS gath    town then and    the    s«*ttlers calmed    „jght.    The    high    for    Monday is^ ered in prayerful thanksgiving    their children    by    telling them    predicted    as “under    70    " The Easter message of Pojie was    the Easter bunny building John XXni, Roman Catholic pon- fires    to boil dye for Easter eggs tiff, repeated the words of Christ CoufJing Ea.ster obs«'rvance to risen* "Peace be to you"    a plea for global    peace. Quukere Pope John invoked Heaven’s    stood silent    and    motionless in WEATHER Dyess Sergeant Is Electrocuted I'. %. i»Ki*%Kivir VT ot coMMriur; Hi viiirk macAi (Wrather m«», »air |4 VI ABU KNK ANU VH INTV iKadiui of 40 inilra) I'artl» tbiud) .Sunday with -«nam e lur poaaibU-vundav nuht Hoeh .Sunday night M. high Monday undri NORTH (T NTH VI, IT.X AS    Cuiiafdei Wilson to File Anti-Trust Case ;den, which was organized in 1949, .said he has lieen asked by many Lions what they could do to promote international understanding. Three Point» He told his li.stem^rs of three things they could do as a united David Rudd Found Dead Near Albany David H Rudd. 35. of 1226 .Am- group- I. “Take away the hunger of arillo St., a past president of the (♦he world” Stahl said 75 per,Abilene Landmen’s Assn.. was D.ALL.AS <AP> — Texas Atty idence is now In possession of cent of the people of the earth found dead in his car Saturday Gen Will Wilson said Saturday rt*ceivers Bui we have pending are going hungry daily. Some 35 at)out 3 p.m. on the L. W. Hooker clear-cut antitrust a reque.st in tederal court in Eli million pvTsons ditxi of slan,-ation llam*h near Albany. Paso before Federal Judge H R last year alone, he said.    Justice    of    the    Peace    G.    L    Wtxxi ill!Thomason to obtain acce.s.s to 2 “They should build the ed- of Albany ruled the death "sui-present the evidence to the Pot- Fstes’ bank accounts and o|her ucatlon in the.>e different coun-jcide *biv iioudinr»» Sunday ami .Sunday 0“»^' i..r Counlv grand jury in Ainai- personal records which we have tries” ’The international president Shackelford County Sheriff Jack WfMii and! })|o Qe\i WH*k be has a in îh«* «Ite. low Sunday li^ Sol Kstcs and his office will not seen. ,c. ited the work of U»ns Clubs in Mot>erley told Taylw County Sher khowvra Sunduy nigSt    ____ "uyM »nd"1m«t and a^th wiinday^"tiiih    Wilsiin Said this would tie doiic “j( whcii We get acccss to Mexico for making po.ssible the jffg officers that Mr. Rudd was '^“northwicst    ti-;x,n.s -    tonaui.iuWv    the latter    part    of    the    week.j|,„j^,    might want to A 32-ycm-H>UI    flyes.    AKB!    S^t. Williams dropM    tho    drill    .'■££“'■J'''"    (ur'I.er «.urts of in„uiry."    ^ torueant was •.IfOriK-uted at his.and slump..d 1« Iho fl.Kir, D e t-^    Thy    aiiorm-y    genoral    a    candr home Saturday    afteriiom    wlulaitiraham nisirtod    ‘®'*'    dale    for sovernor, .aid hf was; working with an    electric hand    An Elliott’s ambulance    rusbtxi    ..sir    cUmdW»*    Sunday with w»dfU    •«•«(    »cale sales    of    anhydrous    ammo    more    than satisfied with the six! drill in Ihe kiu-hon.    jhim to I>ye»s where a basei|.Xcourts of inquiry coi^^^^^ Dead on arrival at Dyess Mo«-|suri!«in pronouneed     month. pital at 2.95 p.m. wag .S.Sgt Williams dead on arrival.    ’Hif^ Hwh sr ifxts    .mh Franklin V. Williams Jr., of I42«i4i Funeral plans are peiuiing at ly «ItNMiy Suiidity tiiiouKh Mondsty A hold construction of 600 schools which f^yynd wearing a ga.s mask which was connected to a garden hose i leading from the exhau.st pipe ot |lhe Rudd car, I Ranch owner Hwiker, who found Stf LIONS, pg. 2-A, Col. 5 NEWS INDEX H. I9lh i»t., who was stationeiLKiktM-Warren Funeral Home. suwi-v. with the 96th Oiierational Main j A 15-year veteran of the arinedj^^^^^ tenance Scjdii.    :forces, Sgt. Williams enlisted mi m ‘ uy iiid«) “It trust IS against the state anti-j law to sell below co.st for “They have had far-reaching consequences and an amazing nofth the purpase of injuring or «Irivingiamount of evidence has turned Hmámy rr.Mei K.%ri KKs Ihr HU* Det. Jimmy Graham said Sgt. Williams was dpilling a hole in the kitchen sink with (he drill when the Marine Corps in Iwis Angeles,j Calif., in 15I46. Iieeomiiig a private; fir.st class iieiore .s.witching to the the eleclrie current suddenly rant Air Force in 1947. He came to through his iMMiy.    By®»» Jwly    »9®* several The victim shouted for his wife, overseas lours of duly in France who was in another room, to un* «nd the South Pacific plug the cord, Mrs. Williams was! th(K-ked as she grabbed the cord, but managed to disconnect the lug fiuni ihf wall socket. out a competitor," Wilson ex •.    “Reverberations *^* 7![“‘'plained in an interview.    j.aip    ^leen heard around the I The sixth court of inquiry Into    and in Washington. One j Estes’ op*‘rations was concluded Agriculture Department of- !in Dallas    Friday. The    Pecos^as    resigned and another finaiuier already is under federal    i)cen firc*<l” Ibdictment for fraud    Two    courts    of    inquiry    were I “We really have just starts)    ¡n Dallas    and others at luw for usuur. ondin»    ijOur work    w the case."    Wilson    Amarillo.    Plainview, Pecos and and Mrs. Williams haveie    .gUaid. "We    have not had    access    i^„hbtH“k. Information 4»n sur-iiinci <»    . . ¡to many of F^stes personal ree- other than the wife was;» Mr*»unwf ^ r    ¡ords    nor any of his personal BAtomvivr rcudtng *t • p m. It M iiumidity «1 I p. m. M t per ceat. S4 S3 (T Si SI «9 kn 7« T3 n Hixh *nd I uo Î uo 3.00 4 00 .. 5 00 b UO 7 00 I wo ‘I uo 10 00    ., v_ II m> It <w tvr tS Suura »ndiiii 79 71 7» 7k 7*1 74 74 75 SICTION Obiruoritt Oil npwt 8ufie«fs outlook SECTION AmuMmonft .... ftrtdflo guit . . . . . Dyoss pis pofo ... Editorioie    .    .    , Your Good Hooltk SICTION Womon't NOwt . . Rodio-TV loft ... TV Scout SICTION no children vivors nut available Saturday qight. bank AU af that tvi-* “Frankly, I put many witnesses if« EBTEë. Pi. t-A, Cal. t Sftorfi Ckurcl .kurch now» ...... took iiowe...... . Farm Mwt, morkott. . to . .12 . 11 .4-5 . . 4 .. 6 . . • . to t-t4 to . to .1-4 .. f .. t ..It the txxiy, told officers that Mr. Rudd had obtained permis.Mon from him to fhsh in the ranch's stock pond Thursiiay afternoon. Mrs. Rudd notified Abiletie po-hce at 7.30 am Saturday that her husband had left the family residence at 9 a m. Tliursday and had not returned.    j Mr Rudd was N>rn Aug 6.    University, he .»lerved in    th« In Winnsboro. He married Virginia    danng World War IL Teague Feb 10, 1946.    Ru<gi ,*as a nwiiilsw e<    th« A landman for the A. G. Hill jipigtopal Church of the Heaven-iCo., Mr Rudd moved here uiijy ginj the Petroleum m\ from Goldthwaite. A 1943    past dir««- : graduate of Abilene High Schtwl DAVUi H. KIDD , . funeral Monday Í and 1949 graduate of Hardui-Srm* Sc« BLliD, Pg. »-A, €«i I ;