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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 9, 1962, Abilene, Texas tEi)e Abilene 3l^eporter"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron EVEIVING FINAL HOME Cold, Snow 61ST YEAR, NO. 206ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1962—TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Ansoi'iated Presx Blizzard Tightens Grip; Most of Area Has Snow Dallas Jammed As Cars Stall GIW . lOH, DRAZIN husky voice MP Hirrphotul ,\BILEXE Municipal Airport Moisture content Total for \ ear By THE ASS(KTATKn PRESS iWinds blew off the highways    Xo,mai for ^ear A killing blizzard of stunning|much of the snow that fell Mon-^ DVKSS AFB surprise blasted into North Cen-jday and Tue>day- The snow m Iral Texas Tuesday and took at ¡»hat area was very dry    BRlvCKHNHIDGF . least two lives    ' The State Highway Department COLKMAN ........ Wcalhormen foiecasi    sUll    worse    ,    ■‘■merKency traffic ^.vstuxM) ,.    ,    onlv    on roads over three-fourths-- conditions.    , “.u j 1 .u 1 »he state Pour persons died in the cul-    department said icing con-i dision of    an    army    »unk    and    prevail    north ot an east- truck which was followed b> an    I,ufkin    in East Texas    through    Brenham, San Antonio,    Del Rio.    and the Big Bend National Park. The    manner    in which the bliz zard struck addexi to the haid- .I.W TüN ................ 1”    Snow MOHAN .. .......  Snow HAMl.IN .10 Snow n \SKK1.I 01 .01 29 Trace HANGER ..... . Snow HOSGOK ...... Snow SNYDFH ____ . Snow STAMFORD .. Snow SWKPn WATFR Low of 5 to 10 Predicted Here Snow ranging from a light cov Women's Voice Guides Pilots By R.VLPH DIGHTON I.says Gina “I i .\NGELF:S i.AP»—U. Col ^ a basket—IT ^ Dcutschendorf and his crew »u« low . But » brmginc their ciBht-jct B5B it "ks chown-hich-pitchcd voioci the sla er down at Carswell ,\ir ™l on a.rcrall inicrcoms. and sn< in ships. First a Ireezing ram glazed the Streets Then 2 to 4 inches    M'-^TIN f \pt-The House de state from ah.andoned account ol snow tell on top ot that and »orred final action on (rO\. Pnre the |>ermancnt xhiml iuud drifted as much as 3 feet high. »»‘Oiiel's e.srheat bill until an ail ; jhe House Ranking rmnmittee Major tratfic jams deveiof)ed on oitKKin session today. Some lepie-    sutK'omn-tltee    sul'sti- even slight grade.>.    sciitatue.s claimed they ni'^Hieo fjpp jof loan Between Hurst and Eules.s on    »*’    measure    jyeori hv Heps explosion at F t Hw)d It could not be determined if the F't Hood death toll could fx' attributed to the weather, although some IrtH'zing ram was fathng in the area at the lime The blizzard brought colossal traffic jam'' and left stores and offices denuded of workei> ‘ It looks like Sunday.” said one man who managed to reach down-    grade.>    scntative.s    claimed    they iown Dallas and fiiuml only a    mine time to study ihe'measure I >h the    lain    nf cars onoutskirts of Koit \\urth, an    Ri'P    Tom .James    ot Dallas Criss Ulirtu    ikirlt ot Ihi busme's    di-:-    f'ttmft«^ 1 '■«»t    <'nrs loi-ked bump-    moved    to ic ess until    2 p ni The-- _    s.rrv    .    foiu.    .,    ei to bumper,    unalile to mo\e.    motion    can led wilhiiut olije. lion lOS^IwErFS^'kp'rit Col in^a hXt-m> voice    is    pitched    ’'Dallas and    Fort    Worlh    ap »"    «it't' »' Arlmcion.    The    recess was    nciessary, EOS ANGEFES i APt--I. Cor    ^    np    to 4 t cars wi re jamminl. .lames .aid. lo gnc he mem- Henry Deut^hendorf and^h^^^    fori Uorih «h.xils closnl hers more lime In study the en- were brinRinc '•’«f <;'«“•    aircrall iniercoms." and snow    The biiward siashixl Msihil.ty crossed hill which has lasm prim tamber down at (aiswcll Air    p    a    n    h    a    n    d    e    to    m leet al Bonh.im near the ed anu laid on our desk Force Base in lexas.    n.jsn    l a man .s voice used'’ braceti for extremely -evue    R;ver and to less than a The S<Anate. with nothing Ixdore The weather wa.s bad. radar    easy    A    woman's    voice    weather by \V(*dnesday motniug, bUx k at Daihis    it for eonsid« ration. held a tuief guided his approach .Suddenly a niore attention in a Iximlxu’ when the mercury is expeettHl to VVind«< which hit up lo 45 m p h rnornmg M'N-ion tor iniioduction woman's low. hu.-'ky xoiee whis-    ^^^,p ,o 1»)    to 15    degree^ N*.ow m Dallas made street sanding fu- ot bills and resolutions and ad- pered a warning in his ear    ^varning. called Vips zedo.    T»’*^    department called tourntxi until It* 3d am tomoi He looked, and sure enough, two    Voiee Interruption Priority The Weather Bureau issutxl old out every available man and row. engines had flamed out    si((.ni_js    being installed in all warnings for all of Texas Indi- His crew had heard the warn- B,5a bomfxTs because pilot atfen- cations were that snow, sleet or ings, too. in time to trim the ship Don can he diverted from the pan- freezing ram would fall thiough-properly for the landing.    el lights by a numbt»r of emer- out the state by morning The voice came from a little gen* les. He may overlook visual The .snow ancl bitter cold caught black box in the giant bomber's -agnals but test.s show pilot re- w(>athermen by surprise \Shen Instrument panel 1^10 eight iKiund spon.se to Gina’s dulcet tones is most twople went to lx*d in Dal box, a miniature tape recorder, immediate    las Monday    night    fhr\\    exjM'cled was hooked up with the panel’s It's too bad    the    recording    eon-    lemfX’iatiues around 20    and only system of warning lights WNm veys only Gina’s soft voice Her a light snow the engines flamed out. the box aiher attributes—34-2H-3«. blue F'ort W’oPh txihee calUsI the began playing a recording    eyes, brown hair and a viuiek traffic situation tm- worst in The voice belongs to Gina Dra- srnile—aie    equally    attention grab    year» a ptTt and pretty Mnrelary hing    The    hu.sy    Fort Worth - Dallas^ House Will Vote Today On Daniel Escheat Bill By noon \hilene had received enng up to a halt-inch or more lo of an inch of .snow which had Snow 01- the Afnlene area vicinity a moi.sture content measured 01 Snow Tuesday    morning after    a    norther    inch Snow -lashed    into    the area    Monday Snow night. Winds    varied from 13 to    ;.nged    to    the    first    bitter    cold of Snow 40 mile.s    per    hour    the year    and    its    winds.    So far ——    -----------    deaths    or highway fatalities in this area .at-tr buted to the cold. \rea highways    were open    biit mntor’sts were cautioned to travel with extr**me care due to some ic-ng whii h miglx occur on bridges or I* y sloix'*; ( o iimei'-ia; air traffic at Abilene Municipal    \: port was    de- titufe included    two    major    »aye^ but uhe.dule*- were still op- from    the    original    hills.    Pr?iting. A Continental Airlines spokesman pointed out that condition- were expected to grow wor-ip dunn:; Tuesd.i’. afternoon which might cau--e c.ancellation of 'hanges The amended measure sets m teresi rates on loan, lesr than fiark hills intro- i^j    about    lu per cent It Boh Fkkharrit and Cole of Houston The ub- See F:.xc HF;AT, Pg. 2-\, ( ol 3 Ft. Hood Crash, Blast Kill Four some aPernoon and evemng Oil. ills ^ More snow and continued cold ¡weather i; foreca-t through W’ed-riv-Nday with an overni.ght low of a to 1*. expect d Subfreezing day ’ime tempentures are expected throughout Tue- lay and W’ednes-d. y Abi -ne - o- ernighi low was 18 At Snyder where a lieavy Miow^tonii was in progress at in.dmoiniMg jt ailer home owned t)N \I’- \K n sparks was dam- iin. Spp srORM, Pg. 2-A. Col. 5 14 Trailers, 20 Colton Bales Burned legislation' 20-2 Senate in the plant where tht* f>la< k    lx»x    What doc'S Gina’s hu'^band Ixiu    loll road was “just    one big tral- was made—-Norironic.s Division of    think alHHit her talking to so    lie jam.” as one    driver said    (Ol.DRADO ( ITV HNS* — Of    items    of    emeigenc y Northrop Corp    many pilots.’    Cars were strandwl    ,jt the curb,    fieials of the Buford Co-op (.in.    asked by    lianiel A Gina’s voice was c'hoscn    pri-    ‘’Oh. he work.s for Nodhrop.    oil the shouklns ind m the cen-    five miles north of here were    vote    sent    the mea>uie to th* marily because it is low    and    tcx),” says Gina “He’s in market-    ter strip    bu.sy Tue>day morning attempting    Hou-e. husky.    ing and he know* how much Snow 4 iri ht^ d»ep w is ex-to determine exact loss Mifleicxl “I’ve had no voice training,” these things help sales’*    fX’c’ted    over    the Panhandle ■ s atx)u’ ;;i we :an say by t.ie Tuesday morning. .Ac-The measure HBl' was the ^    ^    live    ton trui k i-.aded now    ">td<r    to    :    emen,    Mia.    Sparki only Item on the calemUu as the    -old-r    crashed    head-on to- “The tank was head n • e*-i »oi    !'»♦’    *w,a^ out trozen wa- Hc»u.se convened at lo am    ,gjy ^ main .stiecl of F't HckhI, training area and the uuk v.a '    ^    r^ er Askcxi if the goveimu s loi. es k.litii. four ix’rsons and injuring »¡^veiing^ ease    -onKr.nd’he"re was some smoke were going to try tor the big vote at lecst 19 ollxn -    the ei_-«iancc to the rnoioi kx    d    *mase    to    the    interior today. Sivaker .lames Turman ^»1 <>»»h-^ad and injured were the 6a^    ( Lge amo"nt^>f do^ said, ”0h %es. a.s soon a: we can lx9ic\ed to be Irom * o A of the nue We behcvc th* -it a an. in First.    ,h.. llou.e h.ar.,l ;«.h Vn.«,,.!, a un,. of ih,- 2,1,1 ,u,ed .riR pusi.cnRi-,. m    ^ a sjxxH-h bv Darrell Royal, I ni Ximoicni l)i\i ton. i u.    ,    „1.    whipped into flames by the iront i ve,.:„.v Of To.as loo.iuiii loaiT    li.'To'rho-n,i-    ^    ^ The Senate at bo k mean tod .-'aici       ^         ^    ^    In    .add0ion to the he*?vy* snow at uhile. after Monday''^ pa-^age ol liso i s'ported heavy ,>now Biuei cold accompanied a aVi. ..fo.r    na<-aüe    ol    The    tank    an    M48.    tieiongeu    10    laiiK was no. mju Sir.'m.llion I imvui mark« roail 'h-    AnTOiivii, .iniilhi'i    u,m of ilul not k.,.« a I mnmlonanoe bill, o„o „I iho lour tho 2nd Armo.ml ll.vi-.on    ^    i.mk n.,- .n..d. at The Houe adsaiued the e.s in a Monday night fue. Thurston cheat bill 79-Hi Monday, but de-Smith o, ( olorado ( ity, gin man cided to w.ot at least oveimght ager, reported.    lx*fore    taking a final vote He said there were still    .some    Rep.    Charles Hughe- oi    Sl^ r- smoke and emlx*rs from the blaze man. stx>n-or ot the measure which destroyed cotton and    trail-    HBD.    said h.* p otiably    would eis parked in the yard on the    seek a    final vote n>d..\ but    mighl south side of the gin    wait    until    Wednesday Smith said the gin and its e<juip- ‘ i ve got to size q> »he flooi men!    were not    damaged.    r-ituation " he sa«!    I m over    the He    scaled down earlier los.s    re-    big hump now. It    w    ; ’ ike a    two BONN. Gennany CAP»—Rnti.sh Kennedy in Ikumuda. Brilain’s nxuiCs chief press otticer, said    which    had    placed    the loss {birds vote now to -ai.end the b ; Prime    Mini.stei    Harold    Macmillannegotiations    to    enter    tfx' six na-|the    Soviet    memorandum s    main    *‘»    cotton and    furiher. unlos    i    .acepl    llie with    Chancellor    Kunrixl    Ad-ition    Euroix'an    Common Market,iixii|K>se    was    to    entice    West Ger-‘»^> »o^t loaded    cotton trailers    He    aniendment “ The Senate R..ak lu: ( ommitiee ,ng oil the .*»'iIl<loned Adenauer, Macmillan Talk Plan ta Meet Berlin Crisis in ■n -bt' ton. i o! Kdwaid truck” nformatiuii oiliier lor the Kyle ,i (i the driver -luffi'red cuts and the ruiH The tank an M48. t.elongect to tank wa> not injured He the guicH or out ido the N.inie of the dead and njured lank wdl be leleascHl after notification 'Tl was very cold of kin. Kyle r.atd    of »¡x* col! The uviuied. including 11 in a now it is scnous    coniiilion, aie    in llie    F't    said several houi HchmI hospital.    do not know Kyle    s,,:;; .;i Ivoui'd    namtxl    by    the tiux’ ' Maj (.cn William H    .'s Wright. It was dear n early    morning    at base commander and commander F't HimmI ot the    2nd Armored,    started    an Kyle .said pictures    taM’n    at    the investigation immediately    sUe showc*d    'nothing “There war; a coliision and a chatted remains g.coline explosion Kyle satd tiuik” the lime a m i<*y la!-cl. But we if It wus r.leetaig al ,'ion. about .sleeting an< 0Í U'f! but the the tank and — ------ Fuirojx'an      -    ■ aidiand Britain’s desire that the Bonn'maiiy away from its Western al- said Tuesday morning it was met enauer tcxlay and inform.uit.-i s they would discuss a new I S .ijjovernment British proposal for .an Fiast We«t i$i‘Hi-mi!lion stand.still agreement to take theuost ot the .»l.nnn-man heat off the IWrlin erisi.s    |.Army    of    the Rhine    i Macmillan and the West (.er-:    Hrilish otficiais said Maemillanj man chancellor oixuied the tirsl,b,.j,ugbt from his Bermuda meet-1 of several se.ASions in their day-iiuj, ^^ilh KenruHly a tentaliAe long talks with only interpreters!j; .|^ri{,j.b alternative shtnild piesent. Their foreign nnnistei    attempts to ai hieve a ne- and other aides were to loin themLy|,g, xetllement of the Berlin for lunch and an atterncMm meeting.    Adenauer    indicated    that    present. ofi.set .sonx' of the lies into .separate negotiations Ix’liet that only 15 to '¿n bau-s    2 pm iu.- annual maintenance’ with the fsovtei I nion He said cotton and 12 to 14 traders vvu>re    vci    su''i of t-m- Reds to Release Dawned Airliner Briti.sh’lhi.'- would never hap^x•n No agenda was set, hut Mac- altempts in Moscow by I S .Am-' Hijackers Take Snyder St =::'■= sSwsaia Pair’s Car c.-mlier me<ilink wilh l»r.si.l..nl    | Indonesia Might Welcome Help Of UN Leader destroyed. At Sdtk) per bale, that would be $2.4(Ni to $3.:^tO for icotton alone ■ F'iremen from !battled th#* wind led pro{X‘ity bill The S<‘nale-p..sst*d faiin roaii bill would rcstoic a S1.5 million vetiX’d bv the gov pas.sengci’s. ut-, tu Mus-I'ovvn to '“‘' i ' T- \    ernor    !ui    construction    ot    faim night The units were from Colorado ”dy. Snyder. Doiaine. Sweelwater and Mitchell Coun-    Highway    Department road- in the year beginning sept I II sets a 525 million minimum to ty Bulldozers were brought to the scene to pu..h the burning trad- ,ers unto Stale Highway m to pre-i^j,^. nidlion lu id Im.iuI a-sump anee The (Related story Pr. 1-0A) Uenl the lire from deMroying the    ,y,.    mainten- I gill yard. Traftie    was snarled    by This Uilstered    reports the West » SNYDER 'HNS> — Two    un «be at rid .smoke ern .'Allies aie    se.iithing lor an-iidentifital armed men ttwik a    1902 Firemen first    were called    to other way out of    the    crisis    Chevrolet    from Mr and    tb** «»n alxnit 7 Mi pm. to exlin The rejKirletl    I S    British al-    Mrs.    Joe Parks ol Snyder Tiies-    gmsh a blaze whu‘h sprang up on teinative would have    Ixith sales    ¡k-iy morning and    fled northward    the noith side ot (he gin buiUling. I accept -with or    without explicit    ^iter    threatening    to carry the    1-dlie tiamage H'su.led frtnn the • agreement the present utuation Seurry touiity etiuple aiong    blaze !in dividtsl Berlin, dividetl (.erma- 'I’b«.' hijaeking <n*uired alsHit 9 Atxiu! an hour later high winds nv and eentral F'uroix’ tor the MOSv'OW <\pi — The Suvet made to hüiig 'lie -(»veinment agieed toti.»y to r»*- three uf tb«>m Vn *’! .* lease a Belgian a-rliner toued cow. vvlseie tlvey w ll (hnMi Monday t»ut piolesled it the West He said they aic ex h,;d violated Ne. e' a;i sp.«ee j>*"!**l vers s,Mtn Satxna Auhnos -,efl the pi.*ne '.kith 27 iH*=x>ns atsiaid hmdcd at Aerevan. Armenia, just uu-ide the Sov et bat del But the Hus-l.Uls ift'-teii It lainUnl at t.tozuy 2<.”j 111 :t s north ot the Isiidci Fust Deputy Foreign M n aei A .-.-.ily V Kuz,nei:-uv told Be! Ambassadoi Hyptxiiiie ( tiol-Flsciwat bill would forbid ;,[j passi nueis and erewmen banks lo levy ser\ *e charges    ^nd    stay.ng at a hole against areouais tnacli\e more (¡lozny. than a yeai    Nalnna    s.aiil plan« ate Aller an account wa« df»t inani the wind and snow through the area. Right    reported    a low of 14: Kvle    b.id    15    Albany had a low ot 18 BrtHk^nndge rerwrted 16, .layiun reported 14 and Roscoe hart 17 Abilene s low of 18 was 47 de-gree.s tielow the Mond.5v high of *>.*> I’he Depiutment of Public Safe-tv retwrted ill roads open and that the dn snow wa.s not having tiH) much ettecf The DPS spokesman ?,a!d that south of .Abilene were some hazardous spots, as a curntiination of i-now and sleet created some icmg conditions in the Coleman and .san Angelo ,e; r.'iS A! d' vers were urged to drive W'U" I ut T’x' Vis.lene Disinct Office of th<- SI a»>    ;y j)epar*men» r<»- [Kitied no problem as far as we know ye* Tht vvc.i'her i aused the cancel-;at!on of u 'east one meeting Dean .luhn.sun. chairman of the rpend on newly designated ! a to-market roads and would Ic* use up nil-the to half of Ku/nctsuv delivered a routine    I9»i2 March of    Dimes Telerama fu'mal picifst alKitu the Muh'Cion    Cufiitnit'ee,    -aid the meeting of .soviet air space t'v the Cara hc-.iuied tor 7 pm Tuesday n vel’e j«M liner    he t.icd H.ium the First Star® Kuznelsiiv rete'¡ ed to 18 passcn    Hank has    c.tm eled He said ue.'s and a crew of e ght But    another d t’e w    ;! be selected for .Sabi'iia, owner ol the airhner. had tu’xt week o¡an said ther«* were I hat Three pa' -engei s aie !9 in 1m an seven yeai' banks wouUi Im» re quireii to ailvertise lot the b»s! Imat- IOÎ Wa.s not a m JAKARTA. Indonesia CAl»* -High government sources indicated today Indonesia would in*t hr adverst* to F N Aetiiig S«'ere-l tary-General I 'I'baiit taking hand in etlorls to solve the dispute over Dutch N«’w Ginix a F'oreign Minister Subamirio said |^,j,jiibiljty President Sukarno, who blames the Dutch for an ass.i.ssinalion attempt against him last weekend. 14 mile.s west ot Snyder on nwving with an incoming ‘ — i''"'......... .    A    _    .....    “    •"s**"«.>    *•>'    •      ”    ■    {y {{)y    treasury,    wheie is ,    .    ..,    ...    <4ir.    -yy'    «iHlld    Ik-    h.'UI    five    VIMI-    MI loice and to avoid piov(HalIVt <u    biiackms    abamloned lions in the two partiv ot Berlin WEATHER foies«*eable future F'.aeh side j s; would agree not to resort to Highway m* the l ime-a fi‘»d    - the Paiks ear. nu ineraloi to several bales uj m.'.l eiitton stacked in the gin yard Chevrolet pickup that had In’enThe sparks also ignitixl -eveial eial •turned to the The indiuement for such an    Vernon    Sunday night agreement would In- the avoid    yjni    yj,- Park^ In* of another world war and |M»Hsible nuclear disaster, other-wise eonsideretl a teartully real on the lookout for $1«» \m bale and Informants in Ixmdon    the    two    men    who ate Ixdieved I'he fue spread lo the seed house llial the IbS.-Hiilish alteiiialiv»*    siame    |x*rson.s who pur- but did not    jicriously damage will flocide the uuesDon of war    preserving    ga.soline    at a Justueburg structure !hM r,h!.".L!!." wi.h.    “,’.."'7    AblflUnK    malion    shortly oiler the hi-     —....... trailers loaded with cotton to giniiisl side the highw.iv, unharrixxl    \Ahen    fuenien    ic Sheriff F!ai1 .Alierctaimbie ol stone, the filaze had eiiveliqx'd .Snyder has alerted ^^esf Tex.is the haled cotton valuetl afxiut officers lo Ix*    (<**•    51WI oto bale anti the tiailer.s conservator the state tund After five would uwn Dm stU FDlii 1 Uf»*!.! ,.i    I.1--    I    . I Inüil^ -.K .,,,v .    , DM’VKIVilM Ol (»iM'UMlt Vtl VIHI K HI Kl VI VMU I NE '.NM lUlMlV K.ivl mil*-'. I iiniiH vviili li<m sni-\* > -i"' 1^. yr.irs, ttir -lou- «mm, .1»., n,    " money, although owners tould    .p. uut< w.. claim their tuiids aftei this time    ‘n,,',!!,rn meiuiineiils adopieil things to MMiO-. tiHUifht cmu.sii , ...    \iUtiO*i«.il '■ r Uil!U!.iO- the governors full    m.uUi i«.ru-f> viuie • I. Require a bank to advertise in il% home county and aho m tlx*    ,'nsf''-.-! Principal Muiulay would do these pu-ssenger.v ue Vmencaos In Tehran als F mtias.sv 'jvokesmaii s.iiil two p.isst*nger> 'Mr and Air« Char » •- \\eimcf III si IClMilted to fx» (.«" 111.Ills ,i;t _    \m«‘ncans iiunii New    Afuk Citv vVoimer is an engineer    win a con si ruction tirni tn Iran He and 'üs V ,!e. Mai .1 ’«Me bcair. t'.ois  ici ed to Fun s I’he third \met ' an .s F'. l Holden, bound for Ath«*ns trom ' ihe F’ar F'.asi His home ..«Itires-,j was n«»t imnuHfaitely av.iilat»!«* Other passengers wire Be* t itKiii* pi.an« Germans, Nnith .Afruans n,«oi l^'baiu'se .tn*i (irt'oKs Kuznetsov -vud aistrut itons had Ihc Abiiene ioiara.st calls for I !ou«ly and very    old    weather Tut'suay wun light .snow continuing into I'ucsd.iv (light Wedne.s- vl.iV s *)M .1 a-un' I Dh - ÍK' .!0 -J to t.gh ; rix is !lK' PM12 >0 tx n ostlv cloudy and .    th a.b'    »naw Ch.ef M(h ic:-t I    F    s’iuiei said d.iy s    h eh i' expected    to ' , u    .*    oveiiiighi low    *d to pt«sitci«‘d vSednesdayi I ' cfl 'a be 2a ¡8 n« ie    r .«'ftay moraing coivi* st    mai K s<> far iO ( okk st    11    h.«s been in    r#» tlx* 11 X vs --Oi- ;i-.ina! Ii*ni sF-.i ••.aU W“aiii*»‘*a »'»‘»*«1 sent to (.ro/ny to release 'b. ' U'D'fi't aii'hner as sixm as t»s.*hnaa’ di tails can ix I I \v- M <1 • nlfli*. yt'tii vv*‘cK.s was a lb in December. V\ind> accompanying the noiih-er were gust ng up to 4b miles peg Ix'Ut heie w tn ,i -iistained veloc-itv of around 2b miles per hour. ;il<l**r to peace with the Netherhinds “With    ¡j ,i,p j^,viet Fnion goes .    , in a week or 10 days”    lahend    with    its    announce«!    inten-|J^‘‘‘'‘”»' Government nouiees indicated that Sukarno’s delay uf the deei-•ion was to give an opportunity for interested parties to bring Indonesia and tlx* Netherlands to gether. US. .Ambassador Howard P memorandum Jones conferred with Sukarno tm (¡«>rnuinv two Juslieefmrg is 2« mues, norlhwesl of Snyder on I S High , wav 84 The men had two siiotguns and are «•unsidered dangerous One deseiifuHf as Ix'ing 4b to 45 with brown hair and eyes and NEWS INDEX county ol e.ich dejxisilor of an a« iiiiih w.in lieaty with Conimuni J Flast Ger many. The Rus-sians, on their .side, have shown no softening in their demands '.denauei said a Soviet handed to West v^eighing about 145 pounds Ihe weeks ago eon <»ther. wearing a three d.iy lx*ard day m an appâtent effort to solx*i tamed old, unaee«*plahle pro|x»s- ha.s a red eoinplexion and weighs the belligerent (one sounded i>y a!s “Th«'ie i.s not a single new atxiut 155 (Kiunds Both are while the Indonesian president in,wt»rd in it,” he told a group of Mr. and Mrs Parks were aide tpeeehes made during a four day British newsmen barniKMrniug tour oi the Celebes. Felix vim Eckardl, tiie govern-1passerby. I to get a ride into tow n troin a SECTION A TV Rcf»ort To Your Good Heolrh Rodio-TV Ì091    .    . Obituorioi ....... Sporti Brtd®« SECTION B Women'« n«wi Amuiomont« ...... Comici ......... Iditeri®!«  ........ S . 5 7 7 8,9 . 10 ■rtJUth rtlKl t lofi.lin**'.’. .iiul iM.i .'if - count l.stetl as dormant .seven mami* -..«»h ikxv***« ihi tuii)ui*r 1 uautv -niiiii .....'    p- ■“{veals or more    luitir    Wf.ii»**-.!«*' xi>, i- i' f 2 Aiake banks* retroHs lo ihe treasurer on dormant accounts «>uo.    kiT “ o|M*n lo ins{)t*clion by the publn :i Requiie a si paiale piec«* of piqxT lor agreement- by deinisi tors that then .iccounts e«iuld fx* subj«*ct to serviee ehai,g«*s. even should tlx* .uiuunls tx*iome ai active 4 FAclude tiom the definition of dormant accounts de|xiMt-. whose owners’ whereabouts are known n to the hank ,M**u p «II «tl taken .a»* of Tlu s, details    will    Ix*    woikeif    out    h< ‘»1Ù1 iwe«'ii Sab«*na and the .Sovjet an '''.-i'tui    Ibb* AerolUit m«".    I.'-'«    X ti    Thoy«' 01 .Saix*ua    will    fly to (.lozay tonight i'bere    wa-    im    fmihet wuid    on U.S. Fires Nuclear Test I urn n m M lAi t.=i    MW    1Í? 15    I    *    mi    ^ H«iI«--.*!!!»«    ai    tt«s«*f    iS 1 llumKlilv    •» lilt.*«    n    f*#f i«*Dl Hi4h    ana    km itn    -•4 h<»ui*    *t é n*    «I >    *«‘i 0* HimS *nd to'*    ddir    1a*1    v**i An and Ml a. 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