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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 24, 1962, Abilene, Texas Chilene -'fluitosi t-2 «VX31 svmvQ 3AV 3103 %Z6V 9909 xe 00 saivs AH3S HllJOHOIW Tter #/ WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE D EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron •1ST YEAR, NO. 280 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1962—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Press French Wage Fierce Battle Over Algeria Frondizi Runs info Trouble Í In Argentina i By I-ANE T.ALBIRT Rfportrr-News Staff WritiT ANSON —■ Wind-whipped flames leveled two frame houses here By FRANK MAMTZAS BUENOS AIRES, Argentina^ (API—President Arturo P'rondizi.j his regime teetering from the dou-| ,ble attack of military leaders and iPeronist workers, appealed for jhelp Friday trom Argentina’s pop-’ lular elder statesman, Gen. Pedroi ¡Aramburu.    | ; Frondizi also began choosing| members of a new Cabinet in an: ¡effort to put together an accept-! ¡able slate.    ! i    ! Aramburu. a retired infantry officer who served as a caretaker president after the 1953 ouster of dictator Juan Peron, said hé needed "to consult and meditate’’ before deciding whether he could help Frondizi. He met with military chiefs, and    informed    sources said    he was askir>g    them    under what    condi tions they would back the embattled president. A presidential communique said hers, as    firemen    from five    cities    which    razed    the C. J.    Green    home.    had    filled the important labored    to    contain the    major    ¡then    spread    northward    to    the    ad- blaze. Officials were investigating re- EVERYTHING LOST — Ray Bible gazes at the rubble that was his home before a wind-fed fire swept through the four-room house after destroying the C. J. Green residence next door Friday night at Anson. (Staff photo by Jimmy Parsons) 2 Anson Homes Leveled, Others Scorched hy Fire I Planes, Heavy Weapons Used By ANDREW BOROWiEC | A convoy of seven tanks armed ALGIERS, Algeria t.'\P)—iwith recoilless 73mm cannon French troops with armored cars^noved into the area, and halftracks battled through The tanks took positions in Friday night against European ¡streets littered with shattered! Secret Army Organization terror-¡glass, Steel-helmeted infantrymen ists in downtown Algiers. The i conducted a systematic house-to-roaring night battles followed a house search, day that saw French planes and in the late night hours, occa-heavy weapons in widespread ac-jgional explosions, apparently from .    'plastic    bombs,    could    be    heard While exploding plastic bombs from various parts of the city. mingled with the sound of ma- mjngled with the sound of gunfire. chine gun fire early Saturday.i    ,a    tu u j    w c, , ,    ^    One report said    there had    been other French forces threw a ring    . t ,    , ,    . J    attack    on a police post at of steel around the European ri”..4    the tunnel beneath Algiers    Uni- versity in the heart of the city Tracer bullets    streaked    sky- ¡jacent house of Ray Bible, both ini todita and    the    banquet    Standing    left    is    V.    H    Moore,    outgoing Friday night, showering adjacent ports that an explosion might    one    spectively. residences with torch workers’ suburb of Bab-ei-Oued. A convov of halftracks rumbling iUp Rue Michelet In central Ai-i giers ran into a hail of home- along the Rue Michelet, a made gasoline incendiary bombs    artery leading upward j thrown from apartment balconies    busine«»; sector, 'overlooking the street.    FJeclricity    suddenly went out The fighting became increasing.¡in the sector of town fronting the ly fierce during the night bay. Power also was cut in Bab-French officials said 15 .soldier.s<cl-Oued, plunging the area into were killed and 50 wounded in darkness. five hours of street clashes. Sec- Near the main post office, shcrts ret army casualties were not dis- were fired at a police armored BUSY TRH) — These three men played prominent ¡«‘^«.sed but one hospital reported car The gendarmes trained their roles in F'ridav night’s Albany Chamber of Commerce ;the bt^ies of three Eu-;heavy machine guns on the build- banquet. Seated is Dr. John C. Stevens, assistant to the    treating    i„g from 'jhkh the sh^ came ^    40 Europeans for wounds.    and sprayed the facade. One shell Gendarmes manning hcavy-cat- cut the trolly bus wire amid a liber machine guns sprayed build- shower of sparks. .    •    r-    IJCil iVj 14^ t, OwOvvvl lo A-/I » «jx/lliJ V/. OlCVs liijig aoolD i£l 111 tV IIIC ^bmet pasts of interior and la-i president of Abilene Christian College and speaker at like em-ihave been responsible for the fire injured. -Ansnn'.s two-unit volunteer fire Vaca Narvaja, a moderate, is con.sidered a foe of Peronisls. Kennedy Speaks To Giant Crowd Related storv, l*g. S-.A Bv WHITNEY SHOEMAKER BERKELEY, Calif. lAPI —    _ President Kennedy, before the|j-j.(j|^ communism and toward de-largest crowd he has e\er ad-freedom" dressed m one place, declared While American.s may look with,Corning structures were Friday that the tide of histoi'y i* confidence on the direction his-;ttu'^atened during the height of sweeping the world away from    taking the world, Kenne- blaze. Searing heat caused communism toward democracy ¿y ^aid, they must reie< t "over- Paint to peel on one wall of the and freedom.    |    simplified    theories of internation-    Taylor    residence    to    the "Knowledge, not hate, is the al life"    smith of the Green home. The pa.sskey to the future." Kennedy Among these he cited "the Ceorge Dixon home north of Bi-told an audience of 88,iW0, largest jtheoi'y that American power is crowd in the history of the Uni-'unlimited, or that the .American versity of California's 80,(lO0seatimission is to remake the world: Memorial Stadium.    jin    the    .American image."    ; Mankind mu.st seek eternally to In its aid programs, Kennedy; acquire knowledge and apply it said, the United Stales must tryj Hometown Building Principles Are Cited By .IDE POl N.S    |.John C Stevens, assistant to thej Reporter-News Staff Writer ! president of Abilene Christian Col-¡ ALBANY — The "ten command- lege, had losi everythins in the blare    ^ home- ,311, ¡nter.s|>er,sed with Bible, who lived alone in his f«ir¡” Ü    '"'htary|town    were    told 10 20(1 persons at    si,ng    happenings in Amen-, riKrni hou.se, was forced to flee    '’''«‘'•cd wilh; the Albany Chambei of Commerce (.jn ^islory and was punctuated only moments before the fire en- staving off military rule.   banquet here Friday night by Dr, humor that kept the audi- veJoped his residence    ~ Homes on either side of the 'PASSKEY BURGLARS' depaitment recruited aid from Puiggros w'as a member of thcf Hamlin. .Albany, Stamford and Ab-iChristian Democrats until a short* ilene soon after the    first alarmjtime ago. He said    he resigned on was turned in about    9:15 p.m.    grounds that the    party    planned Firemen still were training their all alliance with the Peroni&ts. ho.ses over the ruins    of the two    Aramburu said    there    was no structures at 11 p.m.    ^^gy    solution    to    the    crisis    and    the The Green family was attending    present situation    could    continue church revival services and re-¡seven to 10 days, turned home to discover that they; See FIRE. Pg. fi-A. Col. 5 WEATHER C-C pre.sidcnt with incoming president Dr. Luther S. ii„c front., on Rue Miehelel with Earlier, French forces attack«* Key at right. (Staff Photo by Jimmy Parsons)    jbullets    the    secret    army    in    Bab-el-Oued Nearby, on the Rue Sadi Car-i^jth planes, armored cars zmd not. a plastic bomb shook a    weapons. French tank posted at an inter-! Authorities damped a curfew section The tank replied with all the suburb, inhabited by about its gun.s blazing at a nearby build- ¿o.non Europeans, mainly of Haling where secret army snipers Jan and Spanish stock A curfew were harrassing French troops, ¡also was proclaimed in Algiers. It was the fir.st time jn aU the years of inlermitt«it rebellion in this troubled land that orders had betm given for an all-out attack by Frenchmen against Frenchmen. President Charl^ de Gaulle told the Cabinet in Paris the insurrection must be crushed by all means possible He said the secret army must be pitilessly re-pres.sed. In the past, he has frequently .sidestepped the issue of measures against the secret army, which opposes his Algerian pol-icie.s and wants to keep Algeria $3,000 Equipment Stolen at Cooper ence in a good mood. Sfieakmg of the beginning place of loyalty. Dr Stevens .said we NEWS INDEX SICTION A Sportt ............ Bridge Oil new» SECTION B Church news ........... 2 Women'» new» .....  3 Editorial»  ............ 4 Amusement»  ...... S 8-10 10 . 11 should start with the things near- o**!r'‘Tv i........... est to us " He said he has little jy    .....*;; confidence in those persons who' 1 are not loyal to their own home- Farm news, markets Obituaries    .    . 11 12 French. Burglars with expert knowledpei ’ of .sound equipment — and a set'____ of pa.sskeys — stole two intri-j^j,j^,^y lAeture Pg. 5-.A [towns and their own jieople, J He -aid all problems .should be i handled on a local ba.si.-? where possible and as.scrted that a state should not ask for help from the outside if it can solve its own w'lth wLsdom, he said in a speech ¡to help newly developing roun-*’- * i>KesRTMt;.ST or i oMMKRrF*<-’oope»' High Sr-hool    to get'    should    stop    and    ask    our-    ......the    keys    in'b«ause of nc..ded ''''T at the celebration of the ï*4lh an-ltrie.s achieve “genuine national niversary of the university’s I independence." Charter Day.    t    Its    military    policies,    he    added, And with a revolutiim for iia-ir^u.st help other nations "protect tional indept'ndence "a funda-|‘he proi-esses of democratic remental fact in our era." ihe^orm and development against President asserted, "no one who! JKruption and intem*ntion examined the modern world can' The possibility of Soviet coop-doubt that the great currents of eration in space enterprises WK.STMKR RlRKSt iWrallirr Map I'ag» SHII.KNK ANl) ViriNITV' (Rartma 40 nulro C«xiler Saturday with high of tiO w S«lurda> ni»ht 35 to 40. ci Sunday tn thr upprr 5Qt aiid‘tuTLt rffi"'salurdiy'\,th    excesS    Ol    $3.<RK) rrabir tkiudinr*» rarlj in thr mornini and chancr lor ahtiwrra near thr t-oam clrarln« brcinntng we»t in thr mormn» »prradin« to coaat by early attrrnonn. f Irai and t-oolri Saturda.v nil ht Sunday tair and rool Hueh Saturda> 77m -NORTH CK.VTRA1. TKXAf nighi. It was the second -such    many person, t>efore have been and whal »e are co.,Uy burglary there w,th,n a .^^ huild.ng was complet«! if”'"« ‘"„'‘j ;month and the total lo.s, appar-'    ^¡ticking    oil Ihe following • ten com- lecord of Ihe sch.wl personr.et wlio!”’””    * As in the first burglary ol the!have pas.skt*ys to the six build-i ^ F.ach citizen be Cooper auditorium public address;at CiKipt'r. system, the thieves itxik only the Supt of School.» pi»r.sonal fxMisler A.FL Well.s 2 Always support your schtmls - - .    ^    ,.u.    .•    ficioudv    Windy    anJ«a.i..V    V    »wks    probaWy    wouldand    churchcs history are carrying the world opens up exciting prosi>ects ,hu^drrah"wrr. rao“^    leaving    behind    a    ------- riwf.1 »Ion fwrnoon Clear lolnlav«r partly rhiudv Satutday night and Sunday away from the monolithic idea;collaboration in other areas of toward the pluralistic ideii—away learning,” Kennedy said fiir Mtiir ruadiiig Siiiulav in n ®bt ilbilmt Ittpotttr-^twii We Visil thè Thiivin»i City ol iMiindav____ Staffcr Noniiaii F inlier cairies \oii lo Miinilax iti Siititiay’h He|M»rter-New».    \\    Uh »tiirie» ami |>icliirc», he lif-it» thè locai govciiiiiiciil, lite »cloiol», teli» of ilic ridi irrigateti fami latula »iirroiiiiiiiiig lite citi. Niioii Is Miiic ihaii Luiifli .Voonliiiie for thè girl willi a job i» more ihan a liineli liotir atiil fbe luiieii'» Seelioii cover page f’Xptorc» thè biiaic»! fiO niiiiiiti*« of tlie liiiy. Plans for (¡onvciilion IMan» fot thè »tale eoiiveiiliuit t>f tlie Te\a» (ìrafliiate Niirae» .Anaociatioii to he liebl here \|irit 11-1.1 witl he aiirioiiiieeil in (he oiiieii’a Seelioii, 'i'rack • Ba-<’liall • Latcìl Spol record be changed "in the arca.s where 3. Always stand for law and or-we have valuables ’ to prevent der. ..»•h.,.,    -r      -    “h*    h'“k-,ns.    He sa.d he'    „„    town: NOHp,w,xTTS,i 0«,    '‘■h““>    Olficials    would follow Ihe r«ommenda-ip|,.p„ physically and moially. C««1«T .S«iu>djiy ,No imttorunl trmp«r» lurr change« Sunday High Saturday «2 □inninuhinK and ccMdrr Saturdny flooler •Saturday mghl A little warmer Sunday equipment H.gh .Satuiday 50 northwe«t to «?'.• . .    ,    i .1.    .u    j    c    .    .u •ouihea»!    first    hieakm.    None    of    the    loss the method of entry is the TI MI’CKATI KKn was taken in the Only .slightly le.ss baffling than u.se frt«e individual. Crlday ■ 5! 51 ... 47 43 4.3 43 42 Mi 59 «5 TO Î4 Sriday pm.. was insured. •II •1 •1 IKI n n »9 •i? . I 00 3 00 3.mi .... 4 mi 5 «0 fi (Hi . T (10 ... S 00 s mi iti mi 11 mi 12 mi High and low lor 34 hours rndinc 9pm •2 and 43 High and low aamt date last year 74 and 38. .Sunset last night t 52: «unrise today 9 3*. sun«e; tonight • 53 Barometer reading at 9 pm : 27.75, Humidity at 9 p m 3» per rent • burglars could have for tht» sound ^ Do not forgtH to show hospital-Police Det. Sgt. W. T. Davis    *0; to strangers and nowcomei-^ said he found no evidewe of    "They can be uhhI only    for    7. Ut    your fii.st intimation be iforctxl entry and no indication    PoW>f    addre^' .systems or    am-    to say    yes. if possible^ when. Uhal a window leading to (he    Pdt'o»    units." Det Davi.s    .said.    “ivite<i    to pariitlpate in civa inteiTom rtxim in the administra    checked with electronics ev-    ku    a    -    * tion building had hi*en left un-l»«?ris and they -,ay there is no » V\ hen you accept a publit as-locked    »^av    the systems could b** con- i^iKnimmt carry i! out mote ton- ■    “I,    w,«KI    «ppcar    fh.f sumc ««■ has keys which will fit the locks," ter or receiver ;sa,d Davis    Mclw.skcy. assiMant p,.n- Cotiper Principal .Malcolm An- .See Bl RtiLARS, Pg. B A. ( »1. 4 business affair.s. 9 Try to make all your decisions .See ALBA NY. Pg. ILA, loi. 3 Reservist to Face Court-Martial FT, POLK, l.a. lAP) — An Maj. James Vance, information allegetl leader of recent reservist officer of the 49th .Armored Divi- We.st    is a commanding    officer    West    halltHf    further rallie.s in ot Polk    and the 49th    an order read to    troops    la.-l The court-martial will fn-gin    at    .Moiubiy    The    action    uanie    less    I 8 a m    Monday and will    l>e    an    than 24    hours    before    army    chiel    *■' protest rallie* at Ft Polk wilijsion now training at F*olk, said be brought before a sjiecial court-1 the charge.s siiecifically stem martial Monday    I    from    Uie    2:Hear-old    soldier’s!»    “•*    L Pic. Bernis Owen, a student at!"saying ceriain words about the open trial,    Maj Vance said.    of .staff    t»en George Deikei    is- the University of Texas before his: commanding general."    "There’s    nolhing unu.sual    about    sued a    Similar declaratiun    in recall last fall, has been charged: The remarks came after last    ihi.s trial."    he    added.    Waslungton. with disrespect, conduct bringing| Monday’s order banning protest If coavicttxl. Owen will face a Owen .said the rallies, which discredit to the Armed Forces,!rallies on the post.    maxinuim sentence of six iiiontlu' began three weeks ago, were held and Cimduet prejudicial to good Owens, of Seadnft, Tex,, a re !at Iwud labi»r and forfeiture of in the "interest ot justice and order and discipline.    servist who stnved two years oi    !two-thirds    pay    during Itie time truth." The charges are ba.sed on active duly, a]legt*dly called an    .serveti    The    four gatherings by dis Owen’s alleged criticism of a ¡order from Maj. Gen. Harvey    B. A base    spoki'siiian said    he    is    grunUeif    resiuvists were held    in ¡crackdown order halting the pro- West "a hilarious climax to    a mot held under guard but    is    on    from of    an enlisted mens club lest gatherings.    Ichain    of    injustices."    jduty with his company.    jand on the post. i \I*TIVE i’KIES Tanii Haugen. 15 monlhs. didn’t like it at all when she was “captured” by her brothers, twins Hicky and Rusty, 4, in their St l*aul, Minn, home The twins got a pair of their father’s handcuffs and locked Taini’s ankles in them Tami screamed and her mother called police because p<i I ice man-husband, Richard Haugen, was on duly and had the handcuff keys. Other officers responded to the call and freed Tami. (AP Wuepholo) ^    ¡IS"" ,,.4. ;