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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 2, 1962, Abilene, Texas 'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron FINAL HOME Fair, Warmer 81ST YEAR, NO. 189 ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1962—TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Press (JP) West New Guinea Talks Win Okay County Vets Service Office Opens C Mac Bowypr “or>CTied as Taylor County veterans .^rv-ice officer Tue.^ay and went right to work Facing his first day in office. Bow yet a!.«o was faced with the annual filing of income questionnaires by military veterans and widows. Bowyer was named service officer by the CommisMOiMMs (V»urt last month to fill in the gap left by the closing of the Veterans Administration contact office here    1 Offices for the newiy cieated position are located on the northwest corner of the third floor in the courthouse. Bowyer said any Taylm County veterans, their dependents or wid-i ows of veterans with service-con-j nected problems needing the attention of the VA can contact Ixs office,    j One cf the    more    pressing    matters listed by    Bowyer    is the    filing! of the annual income question naire He said any peison now receiving a pension based on mili tary service must file the return, during January. “We will make every effort to \F1>0N m iNV . new dislnci attornev BRAIH FV MII.FS I . wiHild fill va4‘an<*y Quinn District Attorney; Miles Files for Vacancy No Conditions Placed on Plan THF HACU’K, Netherlands iAP a «jxH'ial militan command set —The Dutch government an iq» to direct the inva.sion if he nounced today its wi!lin”ne«s to orticrs it discuss the lutuie of \\est New Ix- Quay said tlie Netherlands Guinea with Indone-sia without 1« will ng to enter into negotia-setting conditions tKdoiehand tion« w thnut making M*lfaieier-Premier Jan do Quay read the mination ut New CtUinea's Papuan government ileclaration :n the rx»!>uiat,<»n a prerequisite Pievi-j lower hou,«e of f’arl.ament at the ously the Dutch had said they .start of debate on West New wi/u!<i negotiate only if the f’ap-i Guinea, last remnant of Holland s u n- wote a«'Uied tlie right of Fast Indies colonial empire wlu(h sell deic;m.nation Indonesia has threatened to    p.„,y op|K.sition had invade    ,    i'v,s n ’ the government to! President Sukaino Momiay pro- ¡nnoun e un ngnes« to relinquish; claimed the (iamuted terTito-’v a the tei t aorv . nd then to negotiate' province of Indune.sia and ordertV. jq,.    autonomv for the Pap-; cans. horeign Mina-ter Suhandrio of Indonesia rtvently d Intione-ia mg ht con-ider giving West New ^ C.uu'.ea “a great me.isure of au itouomy" Ilutth New Guinea — 159.otKt ;«quaie milex of juiules. moun-t itains and swamps an».! the siene of «orne of World W ar 11 s hardest lighting—ha- Ikhoi cla.nied hv Indonesia ever since d won inde- County Attorney Nelson Quinn In ascepting Quinn's résigna tax judgment which has Ixxm .sat- tMoidence from 'he Du’ h ¡n 1M9 became 42nd District Attorney turn memtiers of the county ad- istied to c ear up a land title The Dut: h say the Papuans in ..Tuesday and in doing so submit- ministrative b<iard thanked Qumn A proixisai by Joe McDutf the di.sputed leintoiy have no Jted an otficial resignation to the lor service he has given the coun- Merkel area larmer. to divert wa olhnic re!ation>hip to th* Indo Taylor County Commissioners ty and tor the close ciK»(HM‘ation ter tlowing across his land into a nesian«- and are only ta-j^innuig Court from the county (rost,    jot his oHice with the board and ditch lieside a county road abo 10 lea'ii s<dl government undei ComniLs.sioners accepletf the other county ottices.    was approved after a lengthy dis Dutch tutelage resignation "with regret" but took    a cluttered agenda of minor    Sukaino    gave    no    hmt    frf    con take care of the needs of vetei-ii)« «flit’ial action toward naming jt^m.s the ctiurt approved repair- The pro|X)sal wa.« questionetl t>y . iliai ivn aftc « men ng with his ans and their dewndents throughfa replacement for the otlice    hng a dictating machine tor use-ludge IngalsUe and other mem military advu-ers a; Boror Pa our office,” Bowyer said "Any-! -As>islanl County Attorney Brad- by the City - County Welfare Of-    *he    taiard    on the basts ace. A^ked by .eiKirte!« what w;.« one needing any help with suchll^y Mtles ottered the only officialout-patient clinic, problems should feel free to con- application for the vacaierl post ,    Ingalsbe    read    a ’act the county service office in He has been with the county of-    Wayte.    exetutive person or by telephonmi OR fice two and one hajf^years^    secretary, saying thé machine was 4-4701    -    -    . Working with Bowyer in the of-jpressen me ma.m. u: u.r «-u.l medical association which do- ^    , fire as sevretaiy-receptionist is|for Miles’application He said lai-q.,    oix*ratjng    the Mrs. Carolyn Tate She was ap- er the court probatviy will act on    - GfMH) (iA.MK. r\( LF — riiivprsity of Texas center Dave Kristynik holds two of his favorile rooters, Kelli Ward. 2 left, and her sister, Tracv, 3. after the Longhoins’ T2-7 victory over the rniver.si'v of Mississippi Mondav in the Cotton Bowl, The girls are Kristvmk's nieces. For details on the bowl games see sports pages. i.Al' Wirephotot he -iKKik a clenchtnl >aid; "We dscusNed proved for the post by the Com missioners Court. county .ludse Ingalsb,    by    ¡’"‘V"''    «dl    use    part    «1    m    .ha,    Udcd essed Ihe thank, ol Ihe court „„a,....,    „ai,.a    a...    ».‘s    land    lo con.pleie Ihe projecl no« Ihe Indon. he board approved bus p Travis DA tilling week. the vacated posii next It« tinu The machine i? to be u-ed that i>onietime in the future the *ii ' u>«e<t, j^^^pjjdiverxion    ought    eieate    flo<Kiinp    ii.«i    and on    some    other    projxM ty.    Aiter    thi« ’    < McDult .s|>elled out details of hi« Then he issued an order declar- Ne.v (iumea i> tan piovint e ot We%t    Ir an,    the    Indonesian    name    An tor tin* disputed    ternlory.    The    or- Ihe Thompson Sees Gromyko About Berlin Negotiations AtlasCuard Found Dead _    -    _    _    _    dcr jNo s.od    Ihe province    .« to hy    the doctors for d.clalins    ca.«.    I    »«If If    11    ft    hare a f> .pu.nn nov.rnor a    p,olc record, ot patients    II Wwlv    S\    laptiarenfiy    a.ined ai Ihitch puiilie The expenditure was aptuoved    «opinion    and educated Papuans, with the understanding that the    m    j (ieii,    Atxliil Haris N’asution, se- mac'hine, county property, is in    ll|||tC    U|%C|    ;cunly    mini-iei and army chief ¡essc'nce tx*ing donated to the agen-    ■    wJII    c»! staff, said in a New \ ear s icy    without    any cost to    tlie    City    statement that    the atmy is    ready lot    .Abilene    which shares    in    <>i>er    At'.’sTlN    tAPt—Procter, a to invade .New    (iuinea "di.sregard- ation ot    the clinic.    possible    candidate for attorney    ing    i    sk    of    .starvation,    the risk I    Judge    lngalst»e adv    i«ed    the    general,    resignest today as Travr-.    of    hardship,    even    the    risk of fxiaid that the machine was an Countv district attoiTX‘y. effective death iold one which was    originally ^xu -    ,)an 15    Military    exixMts say Sukarno by chased for use by    the    county at-    am forming plans’    whereby,    the end of the ye.*r will tx? able Gerald    FJton    Fldwaids.    4o.    Fdwards    at    7    a    m    as    gate    guard    lorney s office but    has    bc'en lying    if    they arc    successful.    1    max    '’♦‘“d a naval flotilla against American Security Ranger at the Fdwards. who came to work at idle several years.    have the privilege and pleasui" *he IXitkh nulitai’y headquarters Atlas missile    site    three    miles    east    k    am,,    xcas    scheduled    to    wotk    Hg said leptors    will    cost alxHit    resuming    mv services    on    even    Huik. while let Iximliets and of Lawn, was found shot to death as a    fire guaid fiorn    7 am    $ao and the city    will probably    broader scale to those    who hsavc pnfatrixip« would handle Hollan- at 7 a.m Tuesday inside the* througti the rest ot his shiit, share in the cost since availatile |,oen so very kind to me” I’rcxfer AmphiL u.is landing.s at olhei guard shack at the installation Thomason said    money trom Ihe department s op- m„te Gov Tbice Daniel    encouii’er    »cant op FMwai'ds died frc»m a bullet hole^ American Security Rangers are erating fund will likely tve used f*rocter said he will di-close* hi« l^'^’dion through his    right    temple,    s.iid    Tay-    ;,ufx-ontracted    by    General    Dy    to pay    the cost    plan.s when his resign.)ii<»n is c*t lor    County    Chief    Deputy    .bheritflnanucs    to    guard the    12    .Allas    com-    In other business    the    court    a|>-    ftntive    He har lK*en di«tricf al- Gilbt*rt Taylor.    pl«*xes    ringing .Abilene    proved hiring    ol    Grace Jenkins    t,,rney since PG"i and    hr. prose- Taylor .said that a 38 calitM*r    »;.,ntiers of Rt 1. Dvalo    “f    District    Clerk    H    outed several c:.,e: involving th- pistol WsTS found inside »he guard    recpiested    inc.,ian< e ¿uxl v e ♦ e r    a n s shack No i-uling by a justice    Hondrick    l>«’rm'’'Sion to    put    Mrs Jenkins    scandal? the p**ace had been made by x,emoriaI Hospital in the    site am-    **    ol $2:i<»    Most txiliticians viewed Proc press time    tiuiame bv Hutu.« Choate, .19, of    ^    resignation    a«    ihe prelude u The guard, who livetf with hi.s Fdgemonl and J A Hurst    working    for    his announc-ement for siflorn» > parents tust west of l«awn. vv.iSi^j ('ounty Treasuier Mrs Bob Haile general He wa- ie<|Uiied tw -tale discovered by anolhei ’’^nirity    '    Wman    fnt    to    resign    txdore    seeking    an- ranger, IA^ro> Sanders, when sand- * u ♦    ****"    employe    is    need    other    oitic»* ers came to work    Brown HimX (onstiucUoii (. om ^ replac e Mrs Mani.ve Car- Two have announced as candi Gregg Thomason, a General 1’*^'^^ Hurst is a pq>e '^*‘•‘'♦*1 t,.|. who i» resigning effeclive dates for sittainev geiu ial They Dynamics Aslronaulic.s otticial.    15,    are Tom Heavlev. \usia» la.vvei. said that Sandeis was to relieve Fdwards wa.s taken to Flhott’s ( ommis.sioiier« «Imi approved and fortnei «ecretaiv of -late. —■■■ I.    ——- Funeral Home trom Hendrick ¿md executed a releatve on an old and Hep. I'om Jame; of DaiUiN Hohpital and later transteiTed to—--------     — I F ry Funeral Home in 'ruscola.j I where funeral anangemenU are ||H*iuiing I Fdwards. a bachelor, was a na jtive ol l«»wn and had t>een em ;jiloyed as a security ranger since I Aug ;U» I9td, according to Cten-; eral Dynamics reccinls He lived with his paic*nls, Mr and Mrs J I, Fdwards Sr    Terry    Scattxu'ough an engineer the board’s regular mc*etiiig t:; Born Aug 24. 1921, ht* was a with    Ihe    Houston    Parks    liejiart-make    aiipluation    for    the    )»>t>    He By THE A.*\HiM lATFli PRF.SS uneintxM of th* Isicwn First Bafe nient    lanctscar»e    division    Tuesday    «aid    he    aiul    hi«    wile wese visiting Traffic       ••    33.5    tjjut Cliurch.    wa.s hircHi a,« park« and reciea-uc-lative.« ui H.iliuigcr wh»*n in MisceUaneous    . ............... 59    Surviving, f>esides    his    parents,    ticKi director for Abilene.    formed    of    Brown «    re.iKn.tlMin Fires ...................... 83    are    two    hrotheis, .1    L.    Fdward,    Sc'arlKUOUgb,    24. will    replace    He said    be wa«    uileie«t«*<l in lotal  .................. 477    lit    3J41    ilvei is!., .Atnlene, and    Director Ixdclie    Huswii vvhose    re«    moving    f,* \y«*«t r»*xa  -¡Deia! Fdward.« ol Kangs    ignalion ot last week l»eeomes ef His wile i« the forme» Dc*ile A sharp    spurt of accidents in r.ukJiiio h.ts ample grcxind force-- - 40.000 iissjj)« haidened fighting retH'h in ihe Nor h C e-ielM*,- and 200.o<io e\{i«M lem ed Mil-an*i el«ewh*'re-~ ttui .«eapower i« Ihe major que«fic)n I'he n.ivy rerently annouiutxl it will buy c nii«c*r«, «ubniarinc*« and de.tlovers from 5ugc>«hcvia and Pol.cnd New Year TraHic Toll Over Estimate Parks Director Hired for Abilene liidorii'-.i.i uIm) e\j>e*’ts addition« to It Ml(i lei tighter scpiadron.s and more ttian iwu do/en jet bornlM'rs later fhi: year under an arm tc;'•eiitcMU win .Mo.-aow Heaul»*’ traUi.f)0i1« trom the I ni c‘d Mai*-« a'e txaiig us«‘d to tram ji.aaltoop.s and C S iand mv c r ati h.ive be«*n addeii to the navv r.s. I NVDV 1 I.FVVFI.I V\ . . . after talking tu (iruinvku «ve WirtBliiHai I IIDMILSDN 61 Sth Wettest WEATHER I the final hours ef the .New Year s holiday pushed the final toll ol traffic deaths tieyond the National Safety Council’s prehcihday esii.| mate.    I The National Safety Council, j which had estimated that 3.30 |»er-j sons might be killed in liaftic ac-j cidenis during the exlcmled week-j end.    ' T«xoi Death Toll Standing ot 43 Bv THE ASSiK IArFI) PRESS The New \ear’s weekend vice lent death toll in Texas stood at 43 persons this year, eompared lo a total of 92 such deaths ovei the Christmas weekend. ifective Jan 2k Brown will t»e- 1’i.«daie now of Ballmgei llri late iconic Maricopa C o u n t y. An/ . father otu e maiiag«‘d a de|X;rimi'nt ipaiks dllec toi    «loie    tn    .MhU hc    Sc ai    tioiouuh The new director. « gi.iduate    ot    s.iul dhc parks management depart "i think we are exiiemeiv ineiit of    Texas Technological lucky lo run into this tyjn* ei ;qe ( ollege, will lake over the .Abi-iiUcant." Hot» »Stninge! a mem-lene system aliout .Ian    ir>    t>ei    of    the thrc*e    man    ccimiiiit ^ Koarci meml*ers «et    bis    salary    lee.    said    in m.iking    a molicni to NT'W ORLF' ANS l.a ( \Pi-- A ‘d f.ViU monthly and agreed to pay hire ,s< arlHirough c argo «hip. the i alalina <‘P    *3on toward moving ex .Vartkirough is a Cargo Ship Drifting mevKiviiM or «ovmiKiir H» vimlk hi icr VI MC-’iiOiri ni«v l'á**-    ;    VI VM1MN1- VM> VniMTV H.tiliut ' '•“I''    1 .innirtri-.:-    t,n!    ihtuUNi I ur *:<•'    :    J    litOi'    .t.uin.    i    I it—.i»av lus'MidS Itllih' W.*!!*)«*! W-- It,-..!-.    •.,((,    (hrf.t«*.    Un    -ii. ■ Hi*... i-irs.ljs nfrit I.;-    I i.vi    I 1..-,    i. í’.l»í|.    .. ill Hltí,-! V\ I'dtlfiwl.i.. ,41 «<ii ; HV. ESI 11 \    , ».*'•    '    if    VS«I1J|*'I    tiHlrf*    aiid a*' I . t-rt,'*!    'iihi I-.¡III We-'.    -' ti. Jrt-I    V.1«!    t:,;,. I I I ,,.4 I. H,.'    V.i-.L.,    .-¡..s    Í4 Irt '-t '■"U ' (I ( r;x'i H Cl    11 ■. Vs    i,..; lid '■    fiHl.,    ,    , - - ><(,1    -    l-t M.- .«    -..l    l.-i.;    rlt.iit.    r II, i«h'    -iiH'ss»-» >'rt) id - I i*.    •    It    È-.<*    VV    .    .,    . V !■' i    ■ ¡    nif    <•«!    V aitii    :-ii i , ti, t'rt ■ trt •-    , tr, II i w.-tift.-Mt«s    'leie    e.uiH \t»U I m s d I }■ X    vs    f    .1 ,s iir.ist '.    '    ,ii!:    1,    .    •    »I    ,    „1    sv,* «t sCU V '    tiXUv    V\,.' 't.-si-,.k    .    •    i...    ..1    H.'ft    W..' Most n Year on Record Masrow » \P -F 5 Air.ham-dor I.Iewellyn Thompscvr iiid So viet Foreign Minister Andret .A. (iiomyko conferred 2D ho»irs today on Berlin It was the first s’ep in a new attempt to reach a bas.i agrm ble to both «»de« for negrv tiations abcKif the divided cm Emerging from the Foreign Afin-LStry Thompson declined to say how the meeting went He told Western newsmen he definitely phins to see Gromyko again on the «ubje<i of Beilin, but he dcx*« not exf>ect these prelim-inaiy mec''ngs to last Ions If a protliable found.dion ts found the nc’xt step is expected to be a fo?-e ,'n mtrc ’s' s conference Rsidio Moscow and the Soviet news ag*-ncv Tass made n*- immediate meniH»n of the day s development After refMH ting to the V S. S’ate lE*p<ii tnit nt m Washington, Thoinp.«on te * phoned the British, F l eiu h c.nd West German ambas-sadcM« stnd tii eu them in on the re-all of !’•« ‘k w'th Gromyko. II*' t; ft: r \e ,1 turther conic !*‘iice wMi! Ihe th:ee cl hrs em- h.issv VVe<b)e«.dH The Tt)oir.p«on (tiomyko talk t<x>k place c»n the --evenrh floor of the Foreign Mini.-4r\, a spired >ky«cra|X'! on Smolensk Square. The table coniamed nothing to eat or drink 'nionip-.on tiHik Kempton Jen-ko,- emtM"V ve, *ef. ry specializ-mg tn t.enuaii ali-aus to me uieeiing (Iiomyko was accompanied by Iv.tn 1 liyuhev, a Soviet Foi* igii Minivtfv ofticual who wae f(*i‘me' 'V sint'i;—adcji to East Germane Thoint'Miii «si a ne would fill « iOv- Bi iivii sitid hier.ch amba»sa--;oi. ra re dxjut ihe cometenLe. He ' d o.H 10«, ton the West Ger» (¡' .¡1 .tnih,= '.*d*»r    !)0t it IS aS» vli oc.l t V . r c - *1    Wf.tihc the tiPh ,s    ..tlna 'hci«’ Hi **’ moiitliN ... t I 1 \\= .lltei \    *    O VI s' I I \ ' » iSi I .Orti    (    »I I ft. 1 J,    Irt    Yo.t"    t'.ii .-hi I 'ej<    I.,    tui' S    .    '■Kilts    in    Vi-K!    W :v» \ I    11111«.,    I (O »»•nitrt'i    J»i| * f- t    Of    I..« »■*,I    « f ,    i*.    Hivh    Wrti ,.,s    hei DiaeiilHM side t o V, i«e I'ckl Wi'Und iq» as weite-l in \f i : tie -Hue I ecco ci-, w ** r e -l .'if fed IKT..- ..o, : oni 'îli; Ici thc weathei «uiiuo.cy te ,< -day Uy iFie h», .al l a Hu'c-.iU »a.ifion ul ■ > I-, .‘.a- I'•'. *»'•!* ,! .vilti t!v h*.*vi HMl N Ml l.t! Hig il .1.0* Ol otV * d 4n l.t in 11' ont' vca» ' <’! W .1 Il VI lu H V II KA ! I‘»ic0 graduate’ Tech and was on* lg(*n«*ial -----...    .    ,    , is leiMirted it was dnituig with-    ''dl    use    a    cily    vehicle    of leva« lech aim was on* ». ,uut iHiwer in the Gulf of Mexi    *han f*e paid Iloo monthly inc*>ter ahead of Hiown in h*« doday, then its radio went de.id cm allowance paid Brown    loimal education IVcfi is cue of A i’uasl Guard t»lane later to The* unanimous vote to hue two schools in the natiuii tiamiiig caleci It ir»0 miles west of St ScarlHHough eame after a spe parks executive-T’eleisburg, Fla    vial lliree    man commiUee ol He said he is not    related to the The pilot ractioed that the ve* iaiaid niemttei* talked by tele, prominent ScailHirougb family «el was dead in the water and an- phone with Houston Parks iJepart ot Alulene whu'h ha« long other commercial vessel, the nient olfic’ials    acUve in promcging the llrish Ash, was #n route U> a**i*l.f Scaifmrough api»edi»d belore'parks piogiam. 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