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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 26, 1962, Abilene, Texas tElje Abilene 3^porter “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR VVor._0 EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron EVEKING FINAL HOME Cooler 81ST YEAR. NO. 223 ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, ,IANUARY 2«    9^    TWENTY    PAGES    IN    TWO    SECTIONS .innorintPfi Prr^n (PP) U.S. Puts on Pressure In Cuba Quarantine Uruguay Joins Kidglove Group Mutineers Threaten Massacre MXON IN BAR — Former Vice President Richard Nixon shakes hands with bartender Bob Keusch in a downtown San Francisco tavern Thursday while cam* Daicning Nixon is seeking the Republican nomination to run for the governorship Nixon who lives in Los Angeles, is conducting a series of GOP pep talks id a small’personal campaign in San Francisco. (AP VVirephoto)_ an< I.KOPOLDVIIJ-E. the Congo CAP'—ConRolese mutineers ha\^ 'threatened to massacre Catholj^ missionaries at the Kivu I*rovinc^ town of Kindu just as they did it| Kongolo on New Year’s Day, th^ [United Nations reported today. A U N spokesman said th*» I w orld body is making plans tr ‘deal with the latest threat to Ky, 1 ropean lives. Ratliff Bills Clear Panel; Latimer's Co in 'Freezer' RepoHrr Newf Austia Bureau B Senate committee Rave the pos ALSTIN - A    comm,It... ''hiWy of ltfc to Sen. Davtd Rat. put Hep Tn».tl Utimer s antt- UH's ant,-Impact h,ll. Impact bills into deep freeze Kn-? The Senate committee on juris day morning only hours beiord pnidence gave a unanimous and He replied that he thought It He said the hill was discriminât was only a local bill which af- mg against one area only, fected the cily ot Plano.    ; Rep Dan Strobe of Tampho Matter of Liquor    ton said he heard rumors th I.atimer aN.serti'd the whole “there is an unholy alliance r pnidence gave a unanrnous and* i^anmcr aN.snvw uu- wnuiv imrc is cui    a favorable report on the Stamford (scheme of the incorp<»ration was i.stmg between the prohibit loni;. wnator’s SB 12. thus bringing it ’•simply a matter to get around and the bootleggers.” out of the committee where    liquor    laws'    Austin    allorneys who we has tieen bottled up all week. ' Rep. V, F.. Berry of San An- schwiuled to appear in behalf . Bui ,,nce only I,,ur days remain''«"'» “'i«* .    ""'I    J"«';',    Ih.' I    lur Better Tayl, in the session, chances ot passaw    '    dnnking    town    tn    Tesas.    bounty »a,ved Iheir rights to i. Pl’NTA DEI. ESTE. Uruguay!met throughout the morning with (APi—-The United States fought i foreign mini.stcrs of three nations today for .stern action against of the group — Argentina, Chile Castro communism, but hopc*s and Brazil. But the session broke .sagged sharply under the pres- up without any progress toward sure of mounting opposition ¡budging the opposition, particu-among its hemispheric partners. ¡larly Brazil. The men arranged Uruguay joined the ranks of the I further mt^tings this afternoon, so-called soft seven favoring kid-; The deadlock toS'Cd the Interglove treatment of the Havana: American Foreign Mini.sters Con-regime of Prime Minister Fidel ference back another 24 hours. Castro.    The    ministers    agrt*ed to extend The eight nations evidently in-1the deadline for presentation of a tende<l to pull the teeth from U S resolution for inclusion in the fi-proposals to quarantine Castro* nal conference act The deadline 'ism, .set up safeguards against in- Ls now 7 p m. Saturday, filtration, .sever trade links and This gives the participants only drum Havana out of deliberations Sunday to reach a final agree-of the Organization of American nncnt if the target signing hour States.    I    Monday morning is to t>e met. The sudden adherence of Uru- Rusk looked solemn as he left guay, the host nation, to the soft- the morning parley. wven bloe    .A    Chtlean    spoke-man wid for the nc'essary uo-thirds vote    ^    prosre.vs." A Brazilian delegate said "We for stern measures. Some ^legates adm,dt«i an    imp.as.ve" impasse had been    A    .spokesman    for    Argent,na    said sl,ll e.xpressed eonftdewe some some solution »,11 b« found    ^ this weekend    quiekiv    " I ruguay's foreign minister. Ho- Martinez Montero, said ..... ' mero with the support of most if not "Iruguay no« can 1« counted    members    of the so- With *    ,    I.    _    WIHT    I . . .. the seven members who op-    .seven-^hjected pose economic sanctions and oth- .    .    . er tough aspecds of the four-point appear slim. But at least Ratliff, :;:LnS? -"t Slight Molsfure two-thirds majority to suspend the    J    J    11 rules and bring them to a Senate; |(QCOf(|0(| |l6r6 tify Hut John D Cofer of .Austiw who represents Perkins m battle, spoke against the bill Cofer told the committee tr^^ \«tc.    ;    ^    the    validating    act    of    IWl The Senate adjourned at noon Skies cleared and fair to    partly jtained    a provi'iion that the 1^^ Friday to reconvene Monday cloudy weather is the outlook    for    would    not apply to any suit m corning    Saturday    following Thursday gallon. ,s<*nt to .Sih-Comniitter night’s brief shower which left He said the act became eff«^ In the Houw. the rommiltoe on «2 «' ""    «' nwisture    at    the    ,ve Aug. 2fi - after the SuprtMvy^; unicipal and Private Corpora- Weather Bureau^    Court    handed down its deeu,„^ , vKtH LE RE.V.M, BREND.VN C.W.AV.WiH ... 88 cents in change bit- er tough as^s « '"«J-'P»“';watchdog eomm.tt«‘’ag"4.v!“sut; .program Pf--'«"'^ ,I “ tuL ^ version The United Stales wants ,,e    SecrHary^of    Rusk^_^    committee^t    up    hy    th.-    ,n- Minisler Marcos Kalcon Briceno College Pitches in to Get Fare for 'Sweetheart' |.U( KY l.l t lANO . . heart attack fatal Vice Lord Luciano Dies Municipal .ma rrivaie corpora- ■>;...... ..«..x.wv* tions dclt leatimcr’s hill to “in-    Impact    ,    inc-orporation    and validate” Impact a settiack Fri-fore the quo warranto suit day morning w hen Chairman ««‘f Albany iU overnight Thurs George Preston referred the bills do>'.    ,    •    *    r    r    q.,.h    ^    committee    tt^ to a subcommittee    Mi-teorologist C. h hitch-s hill was a bad .    ,,    ,    .    Icr    said the outlook calls for cool- jj,.n|    ,hat    if    Eplcn    atv. > The .sub-commi tee is    weather    Friday    night    iind    hat-|(,,h,srs    objecieci    to    *    Tin*    Imp,^^ of Reps Ohic .lorM's of Austin    Friday is to be mild ««th    ijoh thev can have a    hx Rufus Kilpatrick of    an    eMM‘cted    high    of    5U-.W    Thel^p..^^    there    * Henry Fletcher of Luling, and    low    »s    extH*cted    to    f>e    j,,.    jpan't    know Stanley Bov sen of Yoakum. The sut»-commitlee chairman is Hit» Ben H Iscwis of Dallas .Stime of the committee mem tiers are to the moves to crush Imnact »Ì-3.S Saturday's expected high is to t>c near 45. Thursday night’s h shower quor i unlit NAPI*F;S. Italy «APJ — Charlcv was involved in the ca, he heard Eplen call .    ..IV,.vv««i.T ...p....-    -— pact “Six • F’ack* in argum .brought the total raintail suite    Supreme t'ouri believetl to t»e hostile    Ip    xü.    Nor-    j^^ard, repieserui,» mal through midnight Friday is    HI — vne.ii*    challenged    I.atimer    on    St'p    IMP    U T. Pk. * A. Col. j . . I    iu    nrgv.Unrld    proc'ccture as soon as the Ahilenej’—      —    ■ (lanky«    iTiited    representative    asked    the    commit-* "wTw ,    ,    h.art    'T to .onvidor HB 50 and HB 51. Slates, died here today    nuts whii h would amend the validating acts so that contestants The Italian collapswtf at Naples    Impact    quo warranto suit Capodichino Airport while he wns    can    go to court, waiting for friends arriving on a    claimed    that    Latimer’s plane from Palermo. would tend to give it a military character. Opponents object to the military    look and demanded that any ‘iuch    committee he within the framework of the OAS council a.s a sort of political coniiultaUve Jiody, Thi.s could be regarded as watering down the impact There are also objections to tin' prtKcss t»y whi.-h Cuba would ikF    “Hi.”    from the plane ticket which co.stiRcam. “1 expected Brendan and    Ixxiies Work- ^"’''‘*,atN'theart of Sigma Chi $32u 12    maybe a fraternity brother to groups were trying to dev ise *    *    taei»ptxl    ramp.    She    was    blinded, as she stepped meet me*—but look at this. g formula that would be accept- •• •***' J from lx>s •Angele.'i ¡from the plane, by photographers’! The sweetheart of Sigma Chi able to most The main point in -d her just-about-busted flashbulbs,    and almost fell.    Mayor won’t have    much    chance    to be    this    is that Brazil, Mexico and *• ‘    wilh.s Anderson (a    Sigma Chi ;scared the    rest    of the    week-the    others of their group stand was there to give her    a key to    end. though. On her sched-    on the legalistic ground that Cuba the city. Finally, the mayor and    ule are a round of parties, dances,    is a meml>er of the O.AS and can- Cavanagh’s fraternity    brothers    a television appearance and a    not be read out within terms of . -    sei enadfxi    her with    “The    Sweet-i tour of tht> area-m the exp«*nsive    the    OAS charter If they have , rn.k,hf    thik    r if-heart of Sigma Chi.”    ear loaned to Cavanagh by a    their way. the effect could be at Thuri-la>    night,    the    raf ^_ scared.”    said Mi>s    Roanoke automobile dealer.    least to delay Cuba’s ejection. W auctions and cook- _  —----- —.   Members    of    the    seven—perhaps ^ tiniily paid off with the    iali of them—also disagree with '    K'-""' "*■ «' PAPER SAYS ,,.,ily ol Suulhcrn Uiili---- 11«    *    _______> ■—    -r...    r,K it lie ft.* , ,jpd her a bouquet She ■    8«    eenlN.    And    away. j^,jr,.wed limousine, they Pickets Are Still Up But Work Goes On ^ Brendan Cavanagh, started la.sl summer *^ l'àvariagh met Mis.s Ream a! convention in Miami.| w    was    named    interna-^ kwcetheart of Sigma Chi.' Mrs. Rockefeller Won^t Get Divorce Electrical Workers Im-al 92P. Car- Herm.iii 1« years ...    . while slavery. His conviction in (jcferidiHl hy Tom F'.plen of the New York m 1916 was brought Abilene law firm of    1565    and    the    m.in.iger    for IBFW,    ' about by crime-liusting pro a-cu* «.i H(H»f*cr & Dicki.on Kplen is ».    steamlitters    local    mormng    that theie had beep > Uh Tlwma« E. Dt wey. Ten years represent Ahilem> m the    change    in    plans and the pic\, journeymen electric, than any have -set Luciano ciaimeci me paioim oiieivn i inmkr im was grantiHf for services he len-jshould b<. concerned with a mono- «    ^ deretl to the U S Navy just prior o|K»lt*slic one-man proposition    ‘    \Sostfale Shopping Center U, the invasion of Sicily After Kplen claimed    \simn    L    Studerit    ^ eight mouths in Italy, he t,H>k a qualify as a town or village    bimmon.    ^    ^ triD to    Cuba    An    uproar    ìo11ov<*n1    dcr    incoriioration    laws    He    ron    We have suine men on the pay in the United Stales and l.iui.uioamliated much ol hi.s testimony T\w unions were pioteMing    drawing    :15    to    5o uas l»ounced idght hack to Italy on the fm t that “only almut »»“ against Employees EUn tnc t orp.    hour    higher    than    any    " Police 111 this eountrv kept an |HH»ple have votcxf on each Im-ShiRet Brothers ( on.st, lu . and scale they IBEW • eye on him since he always war pact issue including zoning    Henderson and t.ipson    Ma-svcy .said mmoieil toW one of the big nun He said that only 55 ol the 70 More than a dozen contractors, The union wage scale for j in International crime They houses m Imimct’s 48 ai’ies were met at the office of the Asstniat«! neyinen electncians is 13 17';* «H-kiNi    him    uo    often    lor    quest ion-,m-cupi«l    at    the    time    of    incoriiora. Cenerai Contractors Thursday hour CariH iitcrs' st ale    t.s    ^ PHRIH    luiii    r    -»    !-    iuid plumf»eis >ca!e is $3    75    ^ (ifficials at hmployees* ,said that none of iheir j had fa*en off the job a.s    a of the picketing    ' Union brickmasons hononHI ipiikei line.s Thursday »»"f the U S. call for an end to the present limited trade between Cuba    and L-.,itin    .America. This proposal, in effect economic sanctions, is aimed primarily at stopping the arms trade in both directions Brazil led the nations balking at .    —    —-..... —    stern treatment of the Havana ! W    r.\R|)K.\'    CITV.    N    Y    'API-    horr    mil the slorv,    Hathwwy    said    covernnnent. The stand by Latin- ‘    f    L    I    Vewsd-iv    said    today    that    Mrs    Newsdav quoted the covcrnor's America s larcest nation provoked •“' "'1"”    h^:    hil^l    NHs^n \ 14 Wler no ioneer offtce ,-s    saytns he had no stale-    outspoken crUtctsnn <™n eonere. It da""«‘ »" *>'"’    I" '    •'.'f*    .„iilrt. ,0 seek an out-oi .t.ite ment on    that    members ol the I .V deie- 4. jW" "«'""¡'‘f    e- from the New 5ork cov-i a, ,he    „me of the separation    S«"«" '".'h« hfntispherte foretsn Y.,aa«<'I* ;*'<*"    *'o    'i!„    ernor    and    th.n if he wants a ,„ere was no report from the (tov. ministers conference ...    I.."«he    will    have    to    set    it    ernor    or hi.s wife    a,    to    whether Rusk arrance.1 to mtrt orno ‘,.h took his problem to ,V    1Í,    nr ih..    w.vornor soueht    the *‘Catn    this    morning w.th    the    Bn- :.„,lv hrot'wrs of Tau »""self.    th '    "" 'he    k-tfnor sought    th. ’ ■‘    who    aitretsi    with him    That    would    mean he would    a.Hon    „    eign    minisleis    u,    an attempt :o h is ■'    but    pitched    have to    establish out of-state    res,    ,'|ark.    in the    first    public com-    „i,ie,.ince to ‘    ” mi    money    Sn    „„ally.    den.e.    lh<Mohy    foifeitine his    slat.'nu'nt    on ih.-    separation '>!¡    “    .„,e    eeono. ne    ivnalties aaainst 'T" ihelntire eampiis »«"•■ 'he    '-""C    't'""'* afternoon m,.,nbi.r of    either family, said he ''''*i,siokio sales prwlueed “■“*)' newspa|ier    said    was    not free to discuss the    pus-    |„,vana    remme    from    the    de- ' ■**■ ‘‘"'i, R.illles    iiiiKlue«! In a eiipyriRht story, the news silality of a reeonriliation^    i,iw.,ame .«uiu l of the Orsamia- - iw .....  Tie    1    were    several    Mivr    said    it had learned from But Newsd.iy repor eit "'her    states vaiie "'■’'V,r44 plunked sources close to Mrs. Rmkef.-Uer s..urees close to Mrs Ro..keit er    ^    , ■lul finally the $a.KI th.il she would consider patehins said she was willms to    pr„s|».euve dcadloek betwi.en th« *" ”1, to \ S¡ R7am1e un the mamase ,f Roeke-eller ,s a reeoneiliation. but there »«;    ..ew    of    the    seven    nat.ous '•'"‘li.urvlay nista; the sweet Mrs Rmkefeljer's l.rnther and,    ,,    j    -s..*    11 „1 Sicma Chi flew Ml info i tforney, John Clark, of Philadel-^. - t.. ^    .. v„ rtiirvta/l fiC ímv'inf! thnt and the go-hlow other 13. approach OR DEATH? WEMHER M m < UWVil R< It. '    V*»    “    *'•    •**    '• *’k«* U» V for the couple’s separation, which [S^as announced last Nov 17      —    _    -    mm    ■■■■■b    ■ My sister is hearlhroken ovei TQI^QDDQ^^ TO TELL thehic.ikinsupufherniamase    ■■■■-■• Clark was (|Uote<i "It was Gov What are the emotions .......... ijtHkefeller    not    my sister, who of o man about to go in «    -    H'li-*'    '»*««’'    s.hf    ;ie-red to It only reluctantly ¡ r    i ........... to    orbit? ing about such things as nar-’tion. colics rings hut always let him    As Ixmg as 1'hev Vote •o In 194« they barred him from Rep. James Barlow of San An- tonio asked what difference it ’    .1—- makes to the I*cgislature what I the results of the election are so long as the citizens of the NEWS INDEX SECTION A Obifoartat ...........    2 Starts    ^6-/ SECTION B AinMsamciiti ......... 2 Woman's nawt .........    3 Iditarials .........  ® Comics       3 Bodio-TV l09s ...... 9 To Your Good Htaltli    ....    9 Bridto .........  9 TV RopoH  .......... ’ •vtliiMt OwHoak .....  f town vote Rep Henry A. Fletehei of 1ai-¡ ling said he suggeslei. that “the lieople w ho went to the expense of I hiring you <Eplen» ought to rent, I those 15 < uiioecupieti ♦ house.s If; only have fKH*n voting, they could carry an eUxiion ” I.atimer was a.sked why he voted for the validation art of 1961 if Ive IS opiMjsed to impact'i incorporation. iiUt retu!Tu*d to work on tiu-♦H ts Thursday afternoon C O .ShiHet, CO partner m let RrulhtTS Const Co , saut ». * ' n«i ' h HM»d5 ditrtinU Ml Hi*t: Sdiurd»v ni-4t    4',    .-i    A¡.»led    PlCNS was    Ull-i V p ‘.i tiNTOvi- ir vAs I'd.io    I ne    * \t'K«»« . luniiiik fttWri ukut cii-df    immediately    to    talk    witn; ;    Phlhidelphia it'i'’»    “    rhe    S,-«    5iuk    journal    Anicri ku    I    ilXVS    <1.-rtOPklH „ si»H*i«'* ,„,u> sdiiuiaay ituiff e.in s.utl r n    ,    . , t‘ ‘“la* «was    okri    *r..M    u>-    I    dftiy    that    the    slate- wr-l    Wlllihfj»!    S4tUUliiV 1,1-tA    piHMU    ....    .U    , I    li rMfiUiy***»' u* TV m    »«HithraNt    i.w>ntH    attributed    to me in    tht ,    ...iH.    V,    «    - II Mi'i.imi urs    \A    nt»n thi*    Journal -American re I'ri • m i„uf* went light on Poll To«ts Poid . •    7,625 Exemptiant Claimad . .    3,561 Total .. 11,186 1961 Polls, Exempts . . 16,196 Record (I960)...... 24,513 Otodhno .......  Jon.    31 hat Vx II I, then work tlespite the uiilun * eting “Ue didn’t have any i,4 hie with them “ he saul The affertetj contractors that almost all of the on the three projscls were union,    *'* ViU *•'    1 uu 2 (W Î ,8> 4 <M) -V till « IMI 7 U»l 5 UU ' ’ SIM) I« W» li uu ÍW 24 hdur* Mutinx dt II "if S    iHlitor,    said    his    reporter.    Michael; ¿4 Iff* **»«*    «A"    Dorman,    interviewed    Clark    in    ^ , —.Philadelphia and that the notes; 1 rt*'were now before Halhway. They ' edition. At    J#    V*«* Ui 48 ii 45 44 4' 4Ï A moment of dromo owoits, but overshadow" ark told it by tele-; ing it all, a moment of peril aiso- How does Lt Co John H. Glenn Jr., the ostto* nout, feel as Saturday approaches? Read the interesting. Associated about Col Wl« - iHitU'i questioned Clark about de-, tads ill the story, Clark repbv’d "Being one ot the coun>t*l m-s volved in the matter. I cannot j make any further comment “    ! Fold of Clark’s remarks, Alan COmpeUing Halhway, Newstlay managing Press Story T'Doy Minus- ** flh    **"”    ”    IXirman, imervie«ru    i jars ui    a A    rh *wi»ri>.< »'•“*»* ,I»^Iiiatlelphia and that the notes; »UU'***' ^*'*^'linx *'■*    tm    m>    I    keof.vpa    lldlU.'1'V.iii, 1    >n « %e WirtwSi«t*i JOHN H. GUNN . . • T miiiyt on« ;