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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 7, 1962, Abilene, Texas Ww Obtiene Reporter -Betti4.1—— ,-Ot-S sy*3A svmvo"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD rtZ 3AV    59909 *e s AB3S HTIiOWOIW -Byron 81ST YEAR, NO. 204ABll.ENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1961—FIFTY-TWO PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS fitortntrd PrP** (A3) Storm Leaves Rash of Accidents 1 *ABOl T MY TEST GR \DE, TE \( II’ - - Eddie Uoul ot 2102 Jeanette St a sophomore at Cooper High Sthool, prepares to applv a cream pie to the face ot his counselor at Cooper, C. W Click, at the Teens Vgainst Polio Carnival Saturday night. Several other pet students had already made their mark on the teacher. (Staff photo by Jimmy Parsons» (See other pictures Pg 9 A) THOUSANDS AT CARNIVAL Teens    Tackle Polio Bn LANK TM Rt RT    lounge chairs after trying to keep -how to other groups throughout Reporter-New- Staff Writer tip with the hevtic pace ot trotting be nab »n in hop«*- of -preadinr: Never let it bo -aid that an \hi- hack and torth between th«* emeu* -he efte Gvene— ot the TAP m- lene teenager is a mix ■ w th his t > exhibit building with it- my- dertaking which began in Ah allow ance when a chautable cau-e riad of booths and the v omen's lent* it at stake    senbed th< reception to th< p*o- “1 think 'la* thu g the teens tie Proof of this statement rests Siam a- fantabulcnt- Mr- pie used about is that it ha- grown with the some 10.000 junior and Richardson i- executive set rviary so much ” she -aid senior high school -Indents and "• ’r^° !    m‘    *    '    l!    ‘    o!    I’he    growth    was    evident amount of traffic flowing fairground- It was in the number of s Abilene’s three high* their ppreflts who flocked o the '** Y’’ »n.t i on 'da u>n West Texas F lir ground- Satur-    Expresses Delight day night for the second <    cd*    All-- Louise H< te* cm    - ed edition of Teens A * Polio .u * the oundat on - New Mnk expressed similar 0f Searnuig who came to -ee what gotne-on.    a group of teenagers could dexisc starting to praise to entertain themselves Carnival    headquarters, Ai of ll to p m the students deli, ht in t »e and adults ha<l conti ibu*.ed s.; u .o - \s s}ie wa> 42 to the pot Phis    compares *o    >),*■ behavior of the teenage" a    competition betwe> n the $2.600 count ed during the    1961    «,,, ¡ng j rl in western dud- weai    iiluj CiK*per High s< hool • carnival    !ng a cap pistol on her hip tapped    ntv.r more * »gstatet In every nook and    cornet of    two    M »s Bov *>n th# shoulder and ck    various games o* skill pit large exposition butUiir us the cl ued ‘ M -s Ron youths were seen digging into You’re under arr* their pocket* and nun pur-es for Later, when -he had been treed    attempted    to    deter dimes and quarters, paying for from custody. the Foundation    nHJjd |,tlvh    in    the side    of a cat the priNilege of relf >-ing th* ir buildim vxitL its lineup of 1*» il General Sees No Serious % Berlin Crisis Rv JOHN' M HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP1—Gen. Lu ciu- D. <’lay told Secretary of State Dean Rusk Saturday that East-West talk- on Rerim usually increa-e ten-¡oris in that disputed city. But Clay discounted any pos* sibility of a grave new emergency there. Clay is President Kennedy’s personal representative in West Berlin and will report to the President at the White House Sunday He spent an hour and a half with Rusk and both met denied there1 are any policy deferences be ¡tween them. Comments which Clay made in a brief meeting with ne smen supported the void circulated in advance of his arrival here that he believes the U.S. commander1 in West Berlin must have author, in to act in any future crisis -even if he lacks precise instruction from Washington. Ru-k, dealing with a related but diffeient problem, has the r<-pon-sibihty oi making sure that where pos-ibíe I S actions are checked out in advance with Allied countries. particularly Britain, France and West Germany. Clay and Ru-k were reixuted to have discussed 'dal issues of .command responsibiltt> * along twith other Berlin problems. Clay was L.S. military gover* in the nor in Germany in 194749. Dur-to the ¡ng ihe 1**48-40 Soviet blockade of v tdent, too. West Bei iin he became the West dents b>>m (,, man- particular heio ot hi-institutions I whoje a¡r|ifV< Kennedy asked * ¡ *\ t?> return > West Berlin as his personal mbas-adot after the East Ger- 6-10 Inch Snow Hits Kansas City i!f ot un H\ THE ASSOI 1 ATT I» PRE SS A blustery    storm loaded    with snow, sleet md torrential rams battei ed !h*    eastern nation s : ■ * 11 * *    i * v and    rat grim toll of    multiple    deaths    on ice-slicked ot fos -shrouded high ways. The vast storm grounded planes in ,i rtumbet ot ma Kir cities, dis- tireds pshirt oa ■h¡ tí rup a r , on F we and in r (*a-! d bus schedule sh o! traffic a take polier sei nie in -orne loe »ht nersons * di killed when it s**nnitrai(ei rainy foggy we a fern Illinois few hours lab ool student- we id-on colli- ion ot ra lei tnu k a (V from t and cau-e< ident- tha -al davs ti Hui ig m then i uck ihei v * nie;* \ Y died \ ; lint a semitr nnles aw dent -eer Four d* Mich-, tan baskotha their cat Toledo-1> Toledo * toi trait* Tl af mute to Tole ! gam» ■ . if >aa,,f A N. d i and toe i \irpor IVe hou m miuip on the i schedu ed for •ey hound \ ork t i cc dents -ts wure s unless is coated night of that closed g *he state ■»dents many on »ce-slicked w A ork. Three kkn.fed on a A , ( ui -ing a -everal rtours. i*’ area mderi at Roch--nut down the rt it Philadel-Norrheast > day’s first at the Port-1 i rport he-inw >\ ■s in Maine ibout three -»us en rou*e f to Albany mall on the STORM pg 9- Col. $ opt» storm hi to in* he- I ot man- waited "H r ust Bei lin last h ot-- August I he    Clav flew to Washington F    day 1    tht*    tor consultations exiiected to    con- omt with me l agles    against    tlw Cougars    Pu*    tinue through Monday afternoon. pile    of    the    two    rival schools    even    shortly t>eioru hi- coming    was announced, repbrts were    pub* ong’y pro h o SNOZ/J.E NOZZ1J. Bismark, N D Junioi (’ollc^e student Sue Sell used two pairs ot ear mutts one ( for her nose, and the other on her ears to beat North Dakota's rapidly changing winter weather. Temperatures ha\e been jumping from highs in the ‘lO’s to below zero during the past week. fAP Wirephoto) JFK Says West Gaining Strength By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER vamping of tat iff - advanc* ( OLI MBI S. Ohio < AP>—Pre-i in rivil right-, education and med dent Ki'iintxlv -aid Saturday night H 1 Fire. 4 W e nun I >::« N( e-tcr Yuri $3,400 In Old Coin: Stolen Here J/'W n old co’fts from the rOOd»* S’O P, front door roken about w ere Y Î u A roo H.. Mali f Vi mtl Ms -.* he pent - up vitamins    entertainment For two bits a scholar co *Ui For as niuch a take his choice of snuukmg his a seventh gt ale '’favorite" teacher in the f a < e could have been thiown with a cream pie. smash in the bars until -omeone b. ■ i him oui side — or top — of a < at with a bv fetxling tlie TAP kitty 14 * poum hammci    ret n rned,    Mr-    Maureen Richardson, oii divorced or see a m    »    .a* conn    .    n.itot    ot the teen fe-i \ :tie- lie selor concerning h *»r he» love worker sull maintatmxl that the life, or have his portrait drawn youths were very well beha\<<: It even cost a hixjy to rest his    Miss    Roy recorded the event > weaiy bones or    c«tmfortable    of tht    * muval on cobu film to u i lisheti that he instruction bom Husk fot with various cmergeneie might arise ,n the future NEAR CLYDE One Dead, Two Auuth Arrested batting an *'v-e Pohee arresici one voutn er. in a gi<*w imp    *    .    ,■ behind ,oute the carnival tor driving ***' t cm» safely. .James RotK*rt Ball *»» Clay and Ru-k Wylie High School was pn*-entecl nied any tJtfler»*nt sr. by Sgt .Lick Hurst of the Abi- -«*lv«*s Hut there ¡ene Police Dept for bcnig the* no doubt that < lay is de* safest driver trailed by police dur cerned over the amount ing the night.    required to get orders fm One of the most popular fea mk*°n after an emergent carnival was t >> *■ lir    Hie I S. nulib stage show in which Abilene-based *be st «*ne Maj. Gei I entertainment groups gave out Watson II, must have th with “the most * of their vocal 'kv to react when e*»n*l and instrumental talents.    quire a speedy ie-ponse Rusk and (’lay app* a ! he W e-»ei n allian e ¡ ■stetl strength wh ie the t dealing bio* has tiegun to crack which ‘ The past 1H months in Ber- the beginning *>t the t 'tion of the Communist have iX *t r. ti*■ Kennedy told a Democt i>eiwetui them- raising banquet her* ahi* gaming immunist has agnn ein| i! i< Hurt ui Crash One Abilene man was and three u< ; *> ho-pit i/e»i result of nt almost head road, Arm Included in the parade at per-formers were the Northwiads of j Abilene High, a girls sextet from Jefferson and Mann Junioi Highs. I the Highlighters from Mann and ¡Franklin Junior Highs, the Spuals from Coo|rei the Ronnevilles from jAHh, a boys* quartet from ''rank-Iin and the "Two and a llalts ¡ot Hardin * ¡simmon- University. Thete was no end to originality, especially in the signs advertising ail i actions. get Iter alter their met*t ng in < lay w as asked wh*5 h* satisfied that I s. autho West Bei an have adequate power to act m a sudden, cntu *1 flat* up He answeit'd: *’I would rather answer th* question this way "f have a great deal of re-p«x*t t*»r th*- local * **mmande * and I believe* that, in the normal American way, tie vM>u;*i react propt'rly and in a v\,,> that would l>* up proved by his superiors in Wash ington to tn- Kennedy Hew m fron !v con- ,on jn the rain to a< 1    banquet at th* -t.it* t ai honot of Gov Mich Salle - 4th birthday ai i he Pt e aident >«uii many. Poland ami Hui beeen forced to stick Communist front Reti ( tun.i ani said, have started Blowing apart * iictions Kennixly *rn v\ot kl has re< * turn! the attempt tu bring ition to the 15-year-old pr* i of a Berlin isoiuted in a b* land,” Kennedy -ani. W** must continue to ;s-->.k selves with the emerging i is of Ab > a. Asia and La a rica as they striv* fnr |><i »true indeiM ndenc* í ho enee rti o W *-h- anses y chief Albert author-on- i e \ l)i IV ei -, a st ( a ry h with md econ* * President kit* campaign for jji**- to get th id < on ress dei lai< pe t to -olve al overnight W* M ■ red *o ui* i h*- WEATHER killixi -outh «houldet ot tht as fihe strong said. on col- Agin was admitted to Hendrick Vi,nol,s lision involving a 1980 I add Memorial, where he was i**ported The pie-■ throw*ing booth, fot lac and a 1 >J. t **n( piekuu ,*u*t»i lfl ^(nnj condition latf Saturdav ampie was bally hooed i ,i-•even - tenths of a mile we-« ot |j,ls|l|?.,| utendants said he sub 1 icsh Gooey Piet Clyde on I S 80 about 10 am    u,njd ,UCJa, ¡ticeríúun^    and p„s    "It -pUitb‘t*s the face, Saturdav    sit»ly an injurtxi ha* k.    h gum- ttu* hau Jose Vargas, 4« of 7:« Pe* m.    |    Harris,    wh»» suffered a " nUlkev, 9“    '''    „     ■— a service department employe of poss¡h|,* fracture of the left shoul- "    <)l    1    ***!    '    '    1    '    ih‘    vi<im»m    o»    i.oivii    kii D&W Furniture Go died in Hen was first treated at Clyde N"' miu»‘ l r    <V*mtbrr me« C.*g. * V* drick Memorial Hospital a \2 \ * n,fm. ,liuj jflter transferal to ^ (Umn «JHwrtunUy to rap a jhii    vbaNrh p m of injuries received m the Hendrick, where his condition was teacher on the forehead with a ,iJV and smniav    j,i»u*    mriwi accident,    reported as good    cream pie, mindlul that t h •• s «*    Muna!.l' Hendrick Mem- W i, Harris was reported In "*** th*    men who    ihluulh^^»»y of good condition at Hendrick Me-p iMhtruiu.sleriiig seme-ter exam-W.i f»w    t of mona!    Hospital    with a possible    illations wit tun several weeks    iiui« *«*•* w*»*!*» A booth where teens could dunk    5\OHihv\ksi ir.x vs v aurance Co. here, Willie I-eon The other two occupanfk of fellow students m a tank ot c»i!d;{>(^ Harris. 31, of 1810 Mmtei    Ln and    the Harris car -    I B. Burke,    water t.»r a qu.utei was    dvertis    s««uas    f;    "'V' Billv Wav no Akm 21    ot 2.U8    N&» Westmoreland, field    manager    ed    1>i 1» a Dojh* foi 1    M*    stn    mw i si    n x \s Moore »ervicem.in tor DAW    lot American Lile &    Accident.    Rex Side.-, All* senior,    i* l>« J-;1 .‘¡¡1(    '    7„ Vargas, who wa- riding in die and the Rev, Bob Womack, of m ed this yeai in hi- role as I AP    ,n£h‘,'^,,'7'“J'" pickup driven by Akin,    w is State,    pastor of    the Trinity Naz    chairman Elaine W alter is sec re    umiukxiiki thrown fn*m the truck    when Hit    arene Church — were    not ser    tarv    treasurer t he Ahd. n* I    \F two vehicles collat'd,    according    iou ly hurt    wa-    begun three yeais    ago    t>> to Highway Patrolman O <*a 1 I Burke and Rev Womack    were    seven    students lh* .( ai»    now Armstrong, who investigated the examined at the ( lyde Clinic* and    to m*    n »**■ - who meei man accident    released    More    than    students    from    the Armstrong said that Akin was Funeral arrangements fot    N ir    two Ata lene high schools and    live going west and was attempting to gas are pending at Kiker -    War    junior    h gh schools advertised    the left turn when his car ren Funeral Home    1 carnival with a big parade m H»gh e-t imp* tory Kenn« dom « dance At the that an; is nothin the tun* v nnient ani hör The P a ti Albania, mov *• aw imunist p d the W* *i its **grt iinitv in i .*,; U* nini sii ay, d< avt not become ex the fai lei he ing to -eek See the Kf WEDY. ougn me up* mug pd "We r rated with 1 of our I * mus? he ong-term UI ed Pg. 9 A (.»I Kh.ma, M u N«*w York land it e glami owner, said i a showcase ‘à, A portion of ere covered by At err poi c# nen in their *■ store Friday ill the coins. Kcd questions 1 n- and sta’ed I'ahfornia and V any coins at ed the morn* nd calisi made glass a V noth--smg. d of e". ar ago. Ap rents FIVE SERIOUSLY HURT de" han Imaiden o de 't**! * in*i that if »upp am to ut * Hospitalized at trial wert» w I ill;- < 1026 West'lew I)i man at American Lit** and Ae*-¡den' In back injury Sumid li ,* * ni «hl (id* 4 I Fhe kt 1 Uni 1 ou Ú «>*' 4 HO 5 (Hl fl (Hl \t Ino i *    \ im Ut polt tun i »(.ulk XI un i unoitifi «t>t« i-,- Sumí,» V iltld * <ddr i in(.h SundM) -dl |> UI .4 SU (»U • I a h(HU» inn.il ,u«1    N(**    h(¡ in culli 1100 with the Cadillac, Vargas, who had been employ downtown Abilene Saturday morn »”Hu;( ’’„„¿“(I,** kHnu (i.t« g»* >***> DAW tor atoHii six and b mg The parad« consisted of stu *mt make was driven bv W L. Harris, bawling ed a. .*«»»  .....*****    ->• «*■■** •* **•- **-  ..................... „„ ...    , . .    halt years,    was believed to have dent • made floats, decoiaied t*ais.:, »1 kuimm umknt *- PW.    ..    ..    ‘1    1    j    1    1    H**r»»>»**l**i    redding    «c    *    pm    *.    *»4. The two cars collided on the; relatives m Mexico.    bicycles and not set.    j    Sumiaiw    »    i*«» « p«' cmhi. saute time, me who conten left to be done ton of me t***i* i- to "-it and i- wholly wrong 'i c-»dent called for ut hi- administrai ton - f> to make 1962 a * y r <*! t»i in this country and abro; Suet e-s he told * buo crat -, will give 'heir paity . ord on w lut h to un n< xt Í, Keunetiy flew through tht from Wa-hmgton to Uulumt ¡address a $10o a plate dims gan /ed 10 sing 1 Happy B ri o i iov At c baei A 1 nsalle Olí o governor was 4 S.itui Ttu Pre-ident he.ivy fog 1m*tore taking off I Washington, was nearly an Uib* in reai hmg < thiu He di ov e dit et t ! v to tht Budding on the -taie L to give DiSalle a ImmjsI a year of achievement” tor His lu-t 12 months in office In temarks prepared uu the. .hnnei Kennedy plugged hard tor’ his programs to lend federal -up port foi highet education and tol ! ng medí col care foi ils «ged to lithe Social Security system One by one he ran through what . he called "challenges and opportunities 1 in the fields of unem ‘ployineut, distressed oreas, re-1 Two Perish In Spur Explosion sin R « r v ere burned i *15 p m in the \ tion here fai mei s. 11 len a » ’he : — Two •ath and Saturday butant pe -on fix«* -1 abou \ nu (ted rowdeil with vi-> lot Ust and the h was engulfed in flame-Trapped    in    tht*    blazing h *    when    the    roof    caved in w t-re A    11    Bei t * i * * p*    ‘rator    • t he -1 i Kuid Clif’on deg u# • -nditioa DaiUft sent e<-Camp ili iu" am a Lynn d Ms - Joe K d( herry - IkhI> vt v entent outside But keyed tie tort** ot the hi irgrounds young Kidd wa- : old claim bris of the tt«*moi All person- tnxoh» ..pit. c. sou o* Xll is hurled to the the -adi*»n by ist The ImmIn of iH’iii.i in the de» »ht*d hu lidi)ig th NEWS INDEX ni- nr POLL TAX BOX SCORE Poll T«*«* Po*d    2 iitmptiont Cloimtd    2,342 Tot«l    s.320 1961 Poll*,    16    IV6 Record (I960; ..... 24    513 Deadline .....  .    ,    •    J««    3t Alta Mew tl .it Ilio I Im* Joe Ksdtf fat he n -t i iou» condii" '! wit Jegiee burn -t eed ( apli8|Ct m -e di!ion with first degree SECTION A Ob»f uoftei ... • Ì NÍ id 4.1 >■ OJ n««» ... 10 SECTION 8 Amyitmriit) ... 8 Hndqt* . . 8 SECTION C 1.1* Women * «ori TV, redid to«* ■ , - ♦ * . . . . 11 TV Scoot . . 11 tire and Ed<»o»>oK 4 at Hospi Dye** P*t Poqe . . JO SECttON 0 1 4 dead 14jy Sport* Form new* markets 9 rt second To Tour Good Htaoh ... to Ckurck ne*ri ... to ioua con 8w*»ne*i Outlook . . . . ,, JO burns. 1 Book* now* ........ ____ 18 ;