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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1962, Abilene, Texas Che Abilene J^eporter T-ï SVX3A »»»;« oTä ? Kiijoaaiw I i! WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron 81ST YEAR, NO. 217ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY .MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1962—TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS A$,%<HÍntP(l Prpsn (Æ*) Congo Girls' School Hit by Rebel Troops Hotel Room Refused to NegroOfficial JFK Confident, Cautious I Homes HOUSTON fAPl-A Negro os- After Year as President RUSSIAN TANKER GROUNDED — This Russian tanker was grounded Wednesday on a sandbar off the coast of France. Its crewmen were carried to safety by ot Hou.ston’s largest French helicopters. (AP Wirephoto)    of    the vast Hilton chain-refused ----  -    to    rent him a room Friday night. By DOL’GL.AS B. CORNELI, VNASHINGTON (AP) — For 12 , , ,    ., uneasy months now, John Fitz- sislant secretary of labor said    Kennedy    has «resiled « ith '’"''■‘‘“P-''" world prohlems [used with d,an-gers of war. He has had to cope, too, with Hamlin BCD Gets f Look at Future By KATHARYN DUFF ,by the end of this year some Reporlpr-Sews Asst. Fditor. ihundred IhousTnd of these new HAMLIN—The Hamlin Board of phones will tx in operation, ho Community Dtwelopment at its said. annual banquet Friday night Smith, retiiing president, is look a quick look at its past, and manager of Rockwell Brother.s a longer look at it.s future and Lumber Co, PMwier, incomin;’ at some future American ways of president, is manager of Fred B life Moore Klevators. George L. P. Weaver of Wa.sh-jvueighty. though largely overshad-ington said he was told the Sham-jowed. domestic affairs rock Hilton Hotel had no reserva-! This somewhat secondary role tion for him    jfor home front matters is mir- j “I showed them my reservatimcrored in President Kennedy’s as* I confirmation and they still said sessment of the most rew arding ithey had no reservation for me." |and disappointing events that con-,he said    fronted him in his first year in ‘ A spokesman at the hotel said the White Hou.se. !he thought Weaver was turned He put it into two long sentences away because of a clerical error at a news conference Monday; *T was very surprised and em-i “Well. I would say the most NKW "\'ORK fAP) — President harras.scd.” Weaver said. “Other disappointing event was our fail-Kenntxiv emphasized hi.^ supiwrt Negroc‘s have stayed at the Sham ure to get an agreement on the of the United Nations Friday by    Hilton chain was cessation of nuclear testing, be- flving here and lurx'hing with I «'ne of the first to break the color cause I think that that might have Thant. U N. acting sccreiarv-^^^*''’^’'    ^    important    step    in genet 'll    "    several conventions easing the tension and preventing here now and the hotel really is a proliteration of the weapon?,. UN Support Said a year ago Saturday took the presickintial oath and then set out to break trail along the New Frontier. The changes in Kennixly pt'rson-ally aren’t of a kind that can be measured accurately or definevi precisely. People closely identified with him say that they are there, as a result of a year’s rigorous on-the-job training; that they rep-re.sent normal evolution and no abrupt basic .shifts in chara« ter attitude or personality. The man in the White House Afire Rv PFTFR GRO.SK LEOPOLDMLLK, the Congo AP*—The Sola Roman Catholic mission and girls’ school in north Katanga apparently have been overrun by rebel Congole.''e troops, the I nitwi Nations report-txl Friday night. A spokesman >aid reconnai.ssance pilots brought back word that hou.*-:es in the re-were afire and the doesn’t look much different after village a trying year. He is a little lean-    „„„,1    deserted, er. He has a uttle more salting    . All that the Ethiopian jet pilots JOHN KI-NNH>Y . . surge for unity They reviewed a number of full, ' the hotel spokesman .said. ;and also in making more possible ica. and also I think it little more of grey in his light brown hair. ,.    ,    ,, , He seems a litt.e less cocksurespokesman added, now, a bit more cautious, soberI«« »»Id.ers niunmg or the and reflective than he was on that ™    i'"'*, two trucks, day a year ago wlien he embark-ed on the climactic phase of a carefully planned political career    There    was no hint when this that brought hirr swiftly to the newe.st    rampage by mutinous has be- top    troops    liegun.    or    of    what    they    had belonging army. Nothing more " to the The backward look was at the year just past. 12 months of BCD work, summarized briefly by retiring President Fred Smith as "a good year.” In preparation for it.s new year ©f civic work, the BCD installed its 1962 officers- Robert Fowler, president; Ed Croan, first vice pre.sident; Dr. James Harrison, second vice president: F'loyd Clifton. third vice president; and Joe Ford, treasurer. Mrs. Ned Moore is and office manager. Laos Princes Take Stride Toward Pact matters pending hciore the I niUxl ••They didn’t tell me anything for us to progress on disarmament come more obviou: that people do From the front of the maje.stic    residents    of    the mis- Nations but the spt*cific loP'cs    ^    j^u    ••    q(    the    other    matters    desire to be free and inde-capitol, in a bright sun that had *“"' station Avere not discioseti    “They    just    said    there wa.'tithat divide us.    pendent.”    displaced    a    howling    filizzard, tin* Alwut a dozen European church- ! Kennedy and Tliant, the Bur- no reservation there for me.” “The thing that I think is the Naturally these and other events new pre.sident spoke He summon- 'worker-; were on duty at the Sola jmeNC who succeeded the late Dag He said the Lalxir    Department    rnost heartening i.s the fact that of the year gone by have affected    ed his fellow Americans    to pay any    rn*^""on- church officials ^id.^Die Tlammarskjold. topped off the made a reservation    for    him and    . . . there is a greater surge for the 44-year-old chief executive,    price, bear any    burden    to defend    institution include.s a teachers 5»hrimp and artichoke casserole jt was confirmed.    unity in the Western nations. arxiiThey have brought changes in the    freedom "m its    hour of    maximum    training college for ^bou^40 tee.n- meal by smoking Burmese cigars “I saw my name    in    the card    in our relations with Latin Amer- man and around the man who just    danger." The luncheon, their first meet-ihle at the desk I showed the ing, wa.s given by Adlai E. Slev- a.ssistant manager my re.sersa-j enson, U.S. Ambassador to the fJO“ confirmation and my Hilton United .Nations, in Steven.son’s    card.” he said •hrpi, -''Ude in tne Waldorf-Astoria Ho-    a.ssistant    manager    said    he ' , i,,i    war sorrv but the hotel had no. secretary-Teudmg princes tcK.k a step for-reservation in my name and that ward Friday in their drawn-out Kennetly, staying in New 5ork Dominicans Celebrate End GENEVA (AP> - Lao‘ no one was given a room without The BUD joined in an effort by efforts to form    a coalition gov-    overnight, had two other engage- ^ reservation ’’ Weaver said. Hamlin Junior Chamlier of Com- ernment — but    final agreement    ment- — a conference with May-    went to the hotel with merce in distributing to the :ioo .dill dejiends on ratification by the or R0U-1I F Wagner and -    Vernon    Chaml>ers,    a    Negro    who or .so BCD members and banquet -supporters of pro-Western Prince    way .show. The Pre.-adeiit i.s flying    publicity director for the Hous- guests a community survey ques- Boun Oum. The    .same old road-.fjack to Washington Saturday    jvcgro Chamber of Commerce tionnaire which Hamlin folk are hlfK-k app<*ar<Hl to remain.    morning    -—------—------ asked to mark. The questionnaire The three princes met for more,    decliiuxl    to    comment    on age .African girls. Tlie European staff con.«ist.s of six white priest.s and five or .six white nuns of the Franci.scan order All are bcdieved to fie Belgian The United Nationu said further air reconnaussance would be earned out at first light Saturday to try and determine what happened at the Luaiaba River village and also to mve.stigale the possibility ot getting help tu the residents By ROBERT BFRRELI.EZ |been aNSuming strong-man pow- ifi-day government of earlier this Top I N. civilian and military SA.NTO DOMINGO. Dominican ers with the backing of a military-offiuiais conferred most of the Of Recurring Dictatorship presents a long list of questions    hours    and    accepted    an on proposed projects for the community outline for a projxised government pui|X)se of Kennedy s talk of national unity. Neutrali.st with Wagner, who has fxxm men- Prince Souvanna Phouma would tioned as a txissifile opponent of The forward vitnv of the vast ‘    ........    Gov.    Nelson    A    Rixkefeller    in    the field of communications was pre- ^ prime minister and hi.s sup-senled in words and demonstra- P®*^***^ would hold 10 of the 18 state’s gufxTnalorial election thi> tion by Glonn Stoll of (¡„nd S"'’*;*:'’"*'''’! yiar. I>r.aino, public inloimalion »u|ht-    ‘‘''"'•'‘I    ‘-'I*'"','? Rot'kefeller, in turn, is regard- Only South Tip Of State Spared From Hard Cold iRetHiblic (.APt-Dommicans went pj..,,,.,. junta    i    President    Rafael    Bonntllv    aiteimwn on what measures they 'back to the road of constitutional    A. ' j ^    ^    lawyer    and    protes.-'Or,    took    ould take with the forces at their 'noverimiu f'hIv and cciZat-^ ’’“P'"'    ""1    'h‘- o*>lh "»>«    A-r-.^al, ed the end of recurring dictator-    chanted    the    name    of    jjppn    scheduled    The    mutinous Congolese troops thpm renewed rernunifinn and eeo-    "    Hiilitary takiK)ver Bai- nurth Katanga and K:vu Province. luctanuy resigned the pitsidtncy ggygf-'s council seal was filled by apparently fieyond the conlrol of Tuesday night    g voung busine. sman, Donald anv of their officers Most of them set nff hv a eountercouD that oust-    ;Read.    were loyal to the deposed lefti.st «a „„a    r.er,    P.wim    boo!"    wa-    the    ■    ry    accom-'    Baiaguer    declared    he    had    no    re-    k «ler, Antoine Cizenga. IxTore jthem renewed recognition and eco-¡nomic support. I .A carnival-like celebration wa.s Boun Oum and pro-Communisl etl the as a txitential candidatt- for Prince Souphanouvong.    Kepubhcan presidential Boun Oum and his strongman, nomiixition, and thus a {xis.sible Gen. Phoumi Nosavan, could still “lection opixincnl ot Kennedy that wreck the agreenxuit—as they, VLsor for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co The picture-i^one, whereby telephone u.sers may both see ami hear each other, was one of the new cummunlc.Uluns gailpcls de- ,,,,.„.^^,1 by the princes last year bcott.    ^    ybcy apiiin rcluswl iii afiree to Thus IS not a dream \Ae are    (jcf«Mi.si'    and    interior min- gomg to be marketing it soon, ¡strie.s—army and jxilice controU Scott said    going to Souvanna I’houma's neu- The electronic switching j,.giists It was mainly this re- sy.stem. the “memory" telephone fusal which deadlocked the and the beginnings of satellite pnnces’ earlier negotiations in experiments already are realities Laos which will transform communica- Boun Oum’s s|X)kesman. Kham-tions systems within the next few phaii Patiya, .sounded an ominou year.s. 'Tlie "data" f>hone. by which Oum would make “counterprotx) vast amounts of information are sals" to the document which Sou tran.smitted through cixle peilora- vanna Phouma had de.scrdxxl as (ions, already is in wide use, and an agreemenl of the three. Cold, Damp Due City By THE ASSOCI.ATFJ) PRE.SS A deep, stunning freeze .spread over the great bulk of Texas^ Friday. Only the extreme tip of South Texas, .staggered last week by multi-million dollar citrus and ivecetahle lo.s.ses of another cold 'wave, seemed de.timxl to escape the teeth-chaltering temperatures 'before dawn i By early afternoon, the freeze line extended south and east to. Rodriguez Echavarna, Pedro who had ed and jailed Maj. Gen, rf«,u whistling and call- Tyler, just north of Austin and Cold and damp weather is fore Junction The ♦xireme western f-a.st for .Abilene Saturday and up aroumi El Pa.so was fairly . Sunday, with light rain or drizzle warm tint the foreca.st called for note in telling m-wsmen that Boun (»x{x*ufiHl to start .^.ituiday after- chills down to 17 degrees during mxin and continue through Sun- the night in ifay    Texas. Saturday’s high is to he about Light snow was falling in the \\ashington’» and rhythmi mg. Sixteen days ago. in agreement rr,gjn command, with mo%l of the opposition ele    m    ■■ ment., a new council was    up ill promised election- and Bala-euer’s withdrawal from politic; I Then Tuesday nighl, Rixinguez Fahavarria and hi.s associate-overthrew the interim regime, in which Balaguer was still a leader. Thuisilay night a new seven- WA.SHINr.TON (API - Th.-    *’> I'niled States anmmn.'ed «,ih'"'‘"'S    ptp.w.n'.a    pnr.- its rwocmlion ot I hoand Puttmp Halopmr >, ros-ignation U. S. Pledges New Regime Economic Aid sp,anMt>ilily for the violence be hi;; downfall Now they si-em loyal twixn Tuesday and Thursday, the to no one Their nominal com-time Rodrigue/. Fchavarria wa:- in mander. Col .Mphonse Paka-sa, arre ted Thursday by central W; under Gen. NEWS INDEX SECTION A In Your Sunday Issue of (Ebe aWmt if W ariii-l [) lor .\o\finhcr 'I II** itfiiMurat« und Ki*|iulili<im!> are    al it . . . and at earl) oilier , , , a» llie $iiti-r» of itie 1 illi ( .oiiKi'e'-ioiial IliMrirl, iiirliidill^ TlirorkllDUion. Kiio\, Hai-kelt and Kent (.ountien, |ire|»aii* to »rlrrl thein-eUe^ a new roii|(rei>-nian Jan. 27. "•tiuie« and |ii<lure- ol the r.mi-puijin aiol the raiididate», |ire|>,tretl h> \i«ii»taiit I ditor Kathar>n Diitl after a ttuir of the di-trirt, will he a feature of the ^llilday eifition of I he Ahilene l{e|u»rtei-Ni w ». Ill the W otiieir>* Seetioii A liyht look at the Bouffant ( oiffure will he pre»enled on tlie oiver pane of tlie omen*» >ei tion . Dominican govei nmert Fri. cxwme «mrhwe.r'*“*'“',»1 P'nniised speedy eeotmni- ^    ' tie help.    |    _ approval of the 4t> degr«*es,    with tin* mercury Uf)fx*r Panhandle at Daihart,;revived Dominican State touncil dropping to 2.'i or ;fO di gnxSat-vv here tlie mercury rose from 2 under it.s new president, Rafael urday    ni.ght    Sunday’s high will    degrees alxnc zero at    dawn    to    12    Bonnelly, foUowt*d fast Ix'hmd the be hetwix'n    40 and    4.S degrees,    at ntxin Far to    the    sixith    drizzle    overthrow of Gen. Ptxlro Rodn- a weathiT bureau meteoiobgist damixned Utredo, Alice, Corpus    hxhavarria's 48-hour mili- re|x)rl(Hf Friday night    Christi and Palacios    tary rule Friday’s high ttwperature Brownsville in the Valley had t^^ h S government had ap-wa; fwlow fri'ezing at 31 de- f>l degrees at the time, warmest    practically all the nonmili- gnx's.    with    the low    reading for Texa.s.    {gf-y pies.sure it could to rev se the 24    hours ending    at 9 p m. a Ri^’Uig winds    in    the    Fchavarria s coup. l/S. officials chilly 16 decrees.    jxompttxl the Weather Bureau to    military    take- hoisl small craft warnings along the entire length of the Texas ;coast. North winds were exix»cted ito reach 30 knots during the after- mto OIM‘ were effect iminedatciy ot th .seven-man holdovers from the Sporti . ... . ... 4.6 m, Amuscmenti ....... _____ 7 Oil news ...... ____ 9 Ni Obit uoricf ____ 10 SECTION B in Bridge 2 H.i Cburch new* ..... ____ 2 h.! I Women I new* . . . . . 3 Comicf ...... . . 4, 5 Editoriali ..... ____ 6 si- Rodio-TV logs ..... ..... 9 1 TV Scout ____ 9 ta Form newt, markets .... 10 .n government torces Victor l.undula S(*ia i; lOL.iied about 15 miles north ot Konc..    rthere tnxips ; .-oc:cd I'l Full . '.in prie-nt.s J 111 »ny Mr-1 ,r. civilians on w \e.i! ■ l*a> ' (■ the 11 • . • - iw no people the ‘-'ola nu.»-io,’ compound we Vf no w.ty of knowing whit ppontxl to the resident-." the N [xiko-man .ul ‘ But the 1 i.i! ,u; ve> secni.s to uulRaie wur-t—that the so'do-;.- .it-K»hI the nu - i. u’'' re now ■o.ntiol Ihv LXi.ind ” McNamara Outlines Plan To Cope With Red Arms WEATHER — mxm and night, and 25 knots Sat- I s    III fVKTviiM or ( ovivti K( I    iird    iv Hi VI III K HI    Id VI    UiiKiy (Wftiihrr viau I*,<r I \i    CoUl    wavc    wamiiißs    were out ABII.rvr: VMl V ICINI IV (K^dm» 40 mill’-1    ( liHul' to i).jiil\    clouili drill    i iilil S.ituri1a> «ml iumlav    with liyht    I'din    _ Ol ilii//lf S«tui(l.iv .ittcnuMin .111(1 Siiiw    ....... _    i    fkiminir-tn (i.i> iiiirh .sjii.iiid> 40. low s-.iuiiLiy niKhf    A slight wuriììing trend was 2.V to    x), hi h su.xiiiv    10 to 45    ...    ,u..    hgii    td Texas^would over would ruin laborious efforts to stivr the Canbfiean country toward denuKTacy after three tle-cade.s of lyranny under the late Generalissimo Rafael L. Trujillo Fmhusiastu over the ijui rc Bv JERKV T. BAI l.( H    the groundwork for the admini- \\ VMlINCiTuN Ai*t Stere L‘d)on’-d milit-arv hud tarv ol Deferirle Hofx-rt H. .McNu- for South Central, Southeast and    constitutional rule, St.de    (U-.igiuxI    to    piv-    j    ‘ Soulh«i-sl Texas    H.-pal1menl aulhoot.es h.,i«-.t Ihe    wllh; .. . .      1......J_____iXiminir in    i7;iti<in iini-    ,    .    7,’-' ★ KtMiiU‘(lv*s Tirsi Yuar Jt \ta% Itrt-ti a crimdcil ami diifinilt 12 imiiitfi- for Prc-i-ijfiit Joliii I'. Kr*iim*ti>« Xt lit«* «*ml of hi» tir»! rcar iii iifiii «*, what «lot*» ihr liulum-r »h« ri »iiow N\ h.il » itir (iilurr likrly to Itrinic.'' ion’ll fimi iiifoiiiinl . . , ami itiforiiiatiV(; , . , aii>.VA«*i» in a ramlid »> iiipo-iuiii liv Ir.iil-iiiil L. S. rditor» ami puhli»hrr» on itir rdiloiial pu^«* ni Sunday’« Rrporlrr-Nrw«. Latest Spot ¡Sen s and Sports from Over the Nation ViHrn ;1MHV! IIXVS lmi.-..i.in_ fliiuilini-j.' Srflunirt) I), oiniiu i luuiO r ,il urd«> maht ..ml Suiid. v Oi. ar.iou4l liKhi I'ioii or ilUr/lr l«l*‘ Satuidav nij{ht and SutuUv .Nol \o cold thiouah nuiiiIsj Hi|{h Sutuiflay ri2-42 NollTIIVVKSr Tr xvs t on).id*-iable I Imiriinr»« ami not nuitc mi culd Satuid.t , thruuah Sunrt.o OccaMonat hnhi idin or ■ilccl north »ml hahl i.un ot dii/rU- wmth I .Saturday iiiaht and Sunday High .Saiur day ?9 north 4.V south 11 Vll*l KVIl KKS f ri p III 1 00 2 .3 .1 (a) 4 iNt 5 DO b (Ml .    7 (Ml n (Ml 8 INI 10 Ml 11 mi 12 mi 1.« in the northern ■Saturday. get pre.»A‘nted to Congietis ITmr: dav It pro|Hj^es ;-4X‘ruiing $48 3 mur;i, stxMking of lutuie weaiions iueh ak misMle-finn. vatellitei:.    j^,|y    \ oullan'd for ((ii' -ies- I*riiiay a McNimiaia, in a>kiiig for broad ihle powiM; to obligate :>4 billion during that \*‘ Niviet military pi-tgrc,.s    .-qtell.d    out    in    detail    what    the    Pen expresNeri eontuicnce that    asking    He    rsaid    tht*    cu-t IT'S TOO COLD FOR JAIL BREAK 4 rl a.m. .'4 n 21 20 20 HI 18 . 1« . 17 IH 22 ■24 Utah and 9 u ni : 31 and lb iiigh and low »am«- 47 Old 2b 27 241 Ϋ :tii 11 11 -28 2b 25 low 24 hour« andtng datr latt yrar .Hunart taal mjtht: 6 (Mi «unriMi tixiay. 7 3». aun»rt toaiiUH b ill Haroinrtrr rradinn Humidity at t p m at » pm bb prr cent. 28.37 HAMLIN 'HNS) - The weather here was too cold even for a jail break Friday night. Glen Douglas C'ook, 17. Ixniig held in the Hamlin city jail for Dallas authorities on suspicion of forgery, escaptxl at 9-40 p.m. Friday but »«• turned within 45 minutes T’olice quoted him as saying he just wanted to see if he could get out of the jail. demmratization prti stay on the track ;now ami that Srvretary of Htate    nations rdaliatorv forces Dean Rusk would prtx-etxl vvah    ^f    destroy enhanetxl prestige to next week s    -^rjviel    target. even inter-Amencan nu'eting on Com    y nuclear surpris** attack. mun*.st lined Cuba    g^ {yj. jhe future he said A Slate Department press offi    tielieve that tfie -.irategu re- cer. Fratu’es W Tully Jr.. i**' taliatory forces programiixHl for I noun« Oil U H recognition of the jjg. jew years are fully ad-■Bonnelly government by using a equate to the t k ol deterring ¡diplomatic nicety. The Fchavur- y^g,- through their ability to de-jria interlude was treated like a stroy the atta«ker, even alter ab-jbad dream that didn’t exist. sorlMiig the fust »uike ’’ ! “The question of recognition McNamara etnpfiasized the con-d(x‘s not ari.se’’ on the Bonnelly elusions in a 122 page ;-,talemeiil government. Tully told newsmen, fu* presiuitwl to the Siiiate ,\rmed because “this is the constitutional Servx-es Committee tx hiiul elostxl guvei liment which we had al- dix>is. A censored version was ready rtxogimed" before the Ech-.made public avarria period.    T’h*. POm'9^. Ä)VLT. rv The secretary *1 testanony la.id Poll Tokos P40(J EKO(*np4ionf Cloimed Totol» 19é1 Poli», Esemprt Record (I960) ... Dcodlin«  ..... of t e fi/l!i)W UH’ tour ye ir» under the Idi'- i Ui-fo p:i*gr-im ha> Ndil e-.iitr iti--i fiUi tu would m»ì .jive fi'-ai:    \N=- do not have ; very high II lau ol iüllîld* iice in OUI* «-••II,ite l»e\ 'd l's..: ■■ fie --auf 1\C g m xi >i il ’ 1.«    ...id, aîfc: Wt tuivc P« ‘ ■' '«''1 •    < ' î iîîi. te« hîi ;,ic ■ ,i M'iuaf i« d ta «•■qx'nenu w.tn itu new i>m«-• cdu**‘ W: wiM tu- to (‘oVflup mo* e ' cb.tfile t -, -î t-.îiMi.Jiv*' for Ihv >-■' ,1 tUi'ltii i oc: ¡II the tutu rc Ml Samara sa.d t cU-u ih.‘* m ttu- iH’xt few \:a' iheif wül tx- a luuxl tor new >ti ‘ « r«v tdli.itoiv u‘ni N«'t "o cb'ir, lu- .idded, are tha «uul ot >>.»-ten'*; which wiil a r*quwe«l The U'ijoi iblei..x piobîcni. McN linar < .*id i l*'d the pi estui cxleiuave udiiiiiu'Ot air deten .o -V dem w d* ¡.(.«si pn-Mla'tly lo (ojH with lii.i'S jlLick liy inaimcd fMimber- The thri'Ht now he - lid, lí- shifting to inter-conliiK'iilal b.ilUsUc imssilei and submarine-launched missile». ;