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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 1 296T OT 81ST YEAR, NO. 275 ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 19 other injuries reported. fractures. The collision occurred when the line of traffic headed south slowed for an unidentified car turning into a drive-In store. Dr. White, who was driving the third cor, said had almost come to a stop a ear driven by Ueslla Col- lie "Collier of rammed Argentina's capital. The governorship, Ihe second most politically powerful post in this nation of 20 million, went tn Andres Ki'amini, a tough 47-year- v- s- old hibor leader turned politician Framini, who favors a hands off policy toward Fidel Castro's Communist Cuba, hnd never he fore ventured into politics, Pcroi from his exile in Spain chose bin to lead the Peronistas back lo more times, depending on weather conditions." WEATHER The 71-year-old leader declared in his broadcast that an indepcnd- cnd Algeria was in the best in- terest of France and Ihat the FiSHERWOMAN WON'T GIVE UP Nolhing can keep the ardent fisherman away from the fish- ing hole when the fish arc bit- ing. This was evidenced in the excursion of Mrs. Moliie Downs of Locust St. to Fort Phantom Sunday. "Aunt who is 70 years old. took pole in hand to challenge (be crappie at the lake. Shortly after her arrival al a likely spol on (he west dock, she fell into the lake and had to be rescued by Iwo men, who were on hand. Soaking wet and maybe a little shaken by the ex- perience. Mrs. Downs relum- ed home. But the fish were still biting, and she remained at home only long enough to change her clothes, and re- turned to the lake lo sec how many fish she could catch be- fore they quit biling. According to her daughter, Mary Ann Cooper of 609 Lo- cust St., there were apparent- ly no ill effects from her im- promptu swim. INDIAN STYLE SHOW Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy had a dress for every occasion on her trip lo India. Top photo, she wears n garland around her neck as she prepared for a trip on the Ganges; center, she carried bou- quet before boarding train to .see the Taj Mahal, and bottom picture, she Ls shown walking from the Taj Mahal, followed by Indian women wearing saris. Story. Pg. 4-A IAP Wirephoto) IVXHTMKNT OF r'mlber Tajtr i-AI K AM) VICINITY Continual ctoiuly ami M.I EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT power. Ihe Whiles' car from behind. White's auto slruck the car in front oi him, driven hy Horancc r Kremlin's intransigent H. Ezell, 25, a Ft. Hood soldier parly made a strong showing ir whose auto in turn slruck ofthc federal capiu-il itself and Robert J, Murray, according lo Deputy Sheriff .1. J. Rayburn. Mrs. Collier bumped her head pending a complete official count of returns, possibly even viclory In Ihe critical interior province niilps) luw Monday nrour.il 55, NORTH TEX- AS: fotwideralik' cloudiness Monday through Sciillm-d sliowers l.ue lue-Mfay. A little cooler Tuesday. Jl Vnnd.iy C5-75. XOHTIIWKST TEXAS: Clear purity tlomly Milnrlay ,-intl Monday nix Tartly cloudy norltmvst half cloudy south- east half Tuesday ullh a leu ex- treme soutPieasl late Tuesday. lilUe cooler southeast Tuesday. HlRh Miully Helicopters Drop Troops Into Action in Viet Nam SOUTHWEST TKXAS: with no Jmporlanf ourly change ough Tuesday, Scat- nly portion, go to Ihe hospital. There were no Ste I'F.KON, I'g. 3-A, Col. 3 Sui The Whites had com? to Dallas to visit Gallic Pnxton ant! Mrs. Pnxton, here from Mississip- pi for a collon conlercJico. Thc two couples had attended Ihe First Baptist Church service hero. After Inking the Paxtons to (he airport, they were returning lo Waco, NEWS INDEX SECTION A Amuiemcnti............ 4 Radio-TV 4 TV Scout 4 i, T Comki Ultoriil............... 10 I-DO 5.-00........... n. p.n1 65 EDITOR'S NOTE: Here is an eyewitness report of a major military operation backed by U.S. Army helicopters in the rugged mountains of central Viet Nam. Associated Press correspondent Roy Essoyan and AP pholographer Fred Waters accompanied the mis- sion. ntiil low for 24 hour ending i..t By ROY ESSOYAN TOUHANE, South Viet Nam (AD-Darcdcvil U.S. Army hcli el I..I sunsel lonfatU, el lonatU, r p'2. M Vietnamese trOOpS IlllO aCtlOll t weekend In a hazardous twxiay military operation that wiped out a Communist Viet Cong battalion headquarters and one and possibly two Viet Cong guer- rilla companies. It was one of the biggest mil- itary operations supported by American helicopters in Viet Nam so far and the first such operation against Communist guerrlljas in llio rugged mountains of ccntrnl Viet Nam. Earlier operations have been centered In the' flat' lands of thc southern delta area. The Communist force, esll< mated at up to two battalions totalling aea. M! at first contact. Sonic of them may have melted into the jungle before Ihe heJicoplers roared down on them. "It looks like most of Ihem escaped but we estimate ono company is trapped and possibly said Maj, James Rob- ertson of -St. Petersburg Bench, Fla., advisor I" the ath Regiment of the 2nd Infantry Division based here, 1 Casualties were light on both sides and included no according to the first day's re- ports. Two Cone wddUn mt ft- ftl ;