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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1962, Abilene, Texas ACC H-5U 7 Q 27 Baylor 28 Rice Col. 42 N'wostoni SMU Texas 20 W.Texas 39 Stanford 5 TCU 12 Army 7 R "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO rrtr" 2S9 296T 01 I YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT svnvo 82ND YEAR, NO. 148 9908 ABILENE, NOVEMBER 11, PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Associated Prea (IP) PLEASED TO MEET CHA. Tim Smith, son of Dr. and Mrs. Tholbert Smith of 1718 Malador, shakes hands with Maj. Gen. Thomas S. Bish- op, adjutant general of Texas, as National Guard Brig. Gen. Ralph Krieger of Abilene smiles happily. Gen. Bishop was speaker for Veterans Day activities at the National Guard Armory in Fair Park. Armament displays there will con- tinue on exhibit Sunday. See story On Pg. 5-A. (Staff Photo by Jimmy Parsons) Red Ships Submit To U. S. Inspection Navy Trails Soviet Ship In Atlantic More on Cuba. Pg. 7, 9-B Connally Winner In 200 Counties By BEM PRICE GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba U.S. guided missile arship Dahlgren dogged a Soviet eighter through the Windward assage on Saturday to make ure the vessel's cargo of missiles ould not be returned to Cuba. Lashed to the deck of the Soviet lip, the Leninsky Kom- mol, were eight canvas-shroud- long objects, presumably the issiles the Soviet skipper ex- ased to U.S. surveillance Friday ter a six-hour holdout against ipection. The Dahlgren took up escort of the Leninsky Komsomol after the U.S. destroyer leader Norfolk photographed the uncov- ered missiles from alongside. The Norfolk, commanded by Soviets Still Holding Out On 2 Points By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS John Connolly carried 200 count-[ ies in winning the race for gov Taliulntioii by Counties, Pg. 10-Al Goodfellows need several hun dred more dolls and a number o I its vote for the best .showing of ernor, final tabulations by jc Texas Election Bureau showed, repairable toys to fill out all thi (Christmas stockings which other Saturday. i-ise would remain empty, Good the highest percentagej fellow Chairman Bill Tindell said Jack Cox, the Republican, 61 8 among the larger coun-iSaturday. ricd 54 counties and polled 45 j Abilenians who have dolls or cent of the vote, the highest per-j of lnc top four countjes Votejloys ifrom bicycles on down) centage the Republicans Connally caiTied which they are willing to give up captured in any Texas governor's 'Bcxar and Tarrant Counties. Thelmay bring them to any fire sta- race since I860 when (hey elected j latter was won by the Republi-jlion, Tindell said. Firemen will E. .J. Davis. ]cans in the 1960 presidential elec- repair the toys and dolls and the The success of Connnlly in jtion and by Republican John Auxiliary and many volun trimming the frequent Republican'01' in "lc 19lil special senate raceltecr helpers throughout the city fciajoritios and erasing it in Democrat William Blakelyjwill dress the dolls so that they cases in the slate's mo.-t populous went for Kennedy in the.niay be given to children of the counties contributed heavily to 'presidential election by to.oooiunderprivilcged his victory by votes." ivotcs- iChristmas. families at Dolls and toys were contributed i Connallv shaved the Republican lots Co" TK a mass campaign amon; a" at 9 a.m. The Leninsky had the nose and tail sections of two missiles uncov- ered. An hour later the Norfolk askec that all missiles be uncovered and repeated the request shortly after noon. The Soviet skipper re- fused, and the Norfolk continued to shadow the Soviet vessel. At about .4 p.m., some six hours after the Norfolk made its first request, the Soviet crew un- covered all the missiles. Soviet crewmen busily photographed the Americans while the Norfolk com- pleted its survey and messaged hanks. Capt. Beardall, son of Rear Adm. and Mrs. John R. Beardall of Clarke County, Va., and Win-, er Park. Fla., gave newsmen details in the wardroom of the The total vote was largest for Texas in a non-prcsi- Richard Nixon in I960. Cox fell a percentage point or nvo in Dallas County below the dcntial year. An estimated Tmra. f. unrcportcd votes m 14 coin, Mes, jn were no included m that tolal. !f an be- colmU (Dcmo. The only county, with n tial vote still not counted Jim Wells, where Ihe re-1 first i- turns were impounded until ncxlj 927 m week. Jim Wells reported l.dffll ballots in the governor'srace wagoner with an estimated slill to bo rn, I I IlA LI Mill tabulated. I Gillespie County Fredericks-J these have been repaired, painted and dolls dressed. But they won't handle the need, Tindell said. About 700 dolls have already been dressed or sent to volunteers to be dressed. But more than 1.000 dolls were distributed a year ago and the number of needy families will be higher this year, Tindell said. Firemen report that if they can get the repairable toys soon, they will have sufficient time to get By JERRY T. BAULCH I WASHINGTON (AP! The I count of Soviet nuclear missiles leaving Cuba aboard Soviet vessels went on Saturday with 41 of the listed 42 apparently on the high seas. The U.S. Navy made close-up examinations of three merchant- men Saturday following inspection of four other ships six to eight missiles identified on the decks of all except two. One apparently was carrying five on its deck and another had no mis- siles. U.N. Acting Secretary-General U Thant reported conditional agreement on detailed arrange- ments for the International Com- mittee of the Red Cross to take over the inspection of Soviet ships bound for Cuba. He said a final, conclusive agreement between Cuba, Russia, the United States and the committee would be made early this week, probably on SHIP INTERCEPTED The U. S. Destroyer Barry pulls alongside the Russian Tuesday. A------.. f-i_.-j__. c_ But even as the nuclear threat to the Americas receded there Was haggling at the United Na- no agreement in sight Soviet and Cuban balking .at two U.S. demands: (1) that I Russia pull its jet bombers out of ;Cuba and (2) allow on-site inspec- tion of the Cuban missile bases ;to guarantee they have been dis- j mantled and that no nuclear i equipment has been hidden away Mn caves or elsewhere. U.S. officials forecast that, de- spite his agreement for inspection that when Soviet Premier Khrush- chev has checked all his missiles A 21-year-old business college] through the U.S. warship picket student was in "very he will declare that any U.N. condition Saturday night after [inspection or other international shooting himself in the is unnecessary, while "practicing a quick Khrushchev was expected to from a ticdown holster. (give up only what he feels corn- Raymond C. Allen, 21, of Hero-jpelled to yield to avoid nuclear ford, was rushed to Hendrickjwar. even though he was pictured Memorial Hospital about willing to go far to avojd a freighter Anosoy in the Atlantic Ocean Saturday morning for an interception to inspect its cargo. A U. S. Navy patrol plane hovers overhead. For a closeup look at Soviet ship, see Pg. 4-A. (AP Wirephoto) Sabin Type Gun Wounds Vaccine Today Abilene Map, Pg. 8-A Vaccine Sites, Pg. 14-A An opportunity to crack the whip at polio is presented to Abi- enians and hundreds of thousands West Texans Sunday with si-j multaneous immunization forms. Dr. Turnbull said, rams. all persons having im- Abilene residents may receive! a''e requested Vorfolk. "Friday doses of Type II Sabin vaccine at 7 different stations. Up to residents of Tay- dawn broke with Congress-at-large: Joe Pool ready for the Goodfellow 'toy store in mid-December. burg) gave Cox 74.7 per cent of I See CONNALLY, PR. 6-A, Col. 1 DOES IT MEAN '2-PARTY' STATE? Politicians Seek "Why Of Tuesday's Elections leavy rain and visibility restricl he said. "About were patrolling about si: j miles off the 100-fathom line. I fathom is six feet and the lin here runs very close to shore. "Then we saw this large ship sortieing and we attempted ti raise her on the 500-kiIocycle bam which is the international distress frequency. We had aboard a pet ty officer third class, Kenneth L Golden, of 2305 E. 27th St. Gary Ind., as a Russian interpreter. "The ship acknowledged thai she was the Komsomol and then we sent a message for her to come up on some mutually agree' able voice circuit. The skipper j complied. "We informed him that, by mu- tual agreement between our two governments, we were to be al- lowed to come alongside and take photographs of any missiles he might have on deck. We request ed that he remove the covering Turnbull said. By KATI1ARYN DUFF Reporter-News Assistant Editor Everybody knows now whal happened but politicians are try ing to figure out why it happened as it did Tuesday. How come Republicans, who know how to win elections and who really tried on this one, didn't win? Did Tuesday's voting mean this is indeed a "two parly" state? Post election second guesscrs say the turnout, million voters, was a surprise nnd it worked, in most places, to Demo- cratic advantage. True, there arc in most parts of Texas more Democrats than Republicans. But in late years Democrats have not been consis- tent in their turnout and when they do get to the polls they don't seem always to vole Democratic. Republicans have shown they will turn out and Republicans know Republicans will vote Republican. The GOP carried Texas for Eisenhower twice. They won John Tower a special election. Turnout Jack Cox ran im all-out race and got a mammoth vote about Only trouble was, turned nut to vole for John Connally. It wasn't that the Republicans lost so much as that the Demo- crats won. "We knew we would have a solid one local GOP leader said. "But we thought there would be a million or so turnout. We would have won except that there were a million and a half votes." Some Republicans "blame" !hc turnout on the weather, some on local issues, such as slums In Dallas and the city charter in Abilene which stirred the vot- ers. Recent GOP successes and the hard work did on Sw TIIG WHY, Pi. Colt. 4-7 were the real thing" and permit us to come alongside and take photographs. "He did not disagree. As soon as we were farther into interna tional waters we closed to about 400 yards and noticed he had the :ail section and nose section of a single missile on each side uncov- ered. There were eight on deck. "Underneath the tarpaulins the missile were covered in a weath- er-proof sheeting, green in color. It was easy to make out the tail ins and general missile outline. The missiles were 70 feet long and of such a size and shape to ndicate they were of the medium- range ballistic missile family. To he best of my knowledge they lor and Jones counties are eligible to take the doses, Dr. Marshall Turnbull, director of the local program, said. Some res- idents of the two counties took doses of the vaccine on Sept. 30 and with makeup doses. Containers will be placed at each site where persons may con- tribute 25 cents or more to defray expenses of the program. Doctors here are underwriUi to bring then, to the stations. The Abilene Pharmaceutical. Assn. is underwriting the cost of the cups in which the tasteless liquid will be administered. The druggists purchased the little cups in mass quantities and will reimbursed by the medical so- ciety if the gifts arc at the "break- even" point. It is necessary for persons to take all three types of the vaccine tor full protection as each pro- tects against a particular type of polio. "Unless the program Sunday is the cost of the program, andjsuccessful, we are fearful that riling j pointed out that donations receiv-lan epidemic could break out lo- holocaust. p.m. after being found face upj in a pool of blood in front of) President Kennedy is reported, his apartment at 850 Meander, i however, determined on interna- Deteclives Troy Willis and lli-j tional verification of the remov- lam Eoff found the Gail Business inl from Cuba of medium and in- College student after a neighbor, (termediate-range missiles, which Bernard Hector. 1843 could hurl death onto American told police that he "heard what 'cities. he thought was a shot." Willis said Allen told him he had been practicing a quick draw; when the gun discharged. Later! Allen said he had "forgotten the gun was loaded." Eoff said the .22 caliber WEATHER ed in the Sept. 30 program were adequate to take care of the ex- penses. About 400 to 500 volunteer work ers will assist with the local pro- jram, including the Abilene Jun or Chamber of Commerce, the laycec Ettes, Abilene Printers Assn., the registered nurses, lire men's auxiliary and wives of den ists. Boy and Girl Scouts, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its auxiliary as well as numerous oth- er organizations and persons, Dr. Sponsored by the Taylor Jones County medical group, the local irogram is geared to take care if even more than who took le doses earlier. Persons who took the doses on cpl. 30 arc requested to bring long their immunization records. rtinors (that is, persons under 21 years of age and unmarried) must have written permission of their parents to receive the vaccine. Printed elsewhere in the news- paper is a form which may hc completed and signed by parents. If presented to officials at the stations, the immunization pro- It will not be necessary for minors who have immunization cards to bring along parental con- r. s. nEPARTMENT OF COMHEECE WEATHER BUREAU pistol' CBVatber Jl.ap on Pt. 4-BI contained five hollowtip bullets! ABILENE AND VICINITY ra- ditisi Fair through Monday, cooler and in the area by one empty cartridge. >sumta? and Sunday night, wuh iittie rinMnre tnM Willie Ilir. hnllpt It-'lianic In tl'mpt'rature Monday. Hlsh Doctors told Willis Hie DUIIet Sunday ncar 75 Sunday nighl 40-45. stnick Allen high in the jgroin and that Allen was in such'1 NORTH "CENTRAL TEXAS Fair Sunday and Monday. Cooler Northwest Sunday Cooler Sunday nUht and Monday. Hifih Sunday 75-85. NOHTHWTST Clear and cally Dr. Turnbull said. NEWS INDEX SECTION A Obituaries 2 Book news 8 Polio Mop 8 Oil new. 13 SECTION B Amusements 5.7 Bridge Editorials To Your Good Heolth SECTION C Women's news Radio-TV log, TV Scout.......... Church news SECTION D Sports Form news, markets I-S, 5 70 .11 1-14 ..11 .11 13 11 12 j serious condition hc couldn't hc I turned over on the operating table to see if the bullet had gone through the body. Allen went in surgery about p.m. after receiving tranfusions for more than an hour. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Allen of Hereford. Det. Eoff said Allen had walked 150 feet from his apartment to where he was found on the cement walk, bleeding so severely he was leaving bloody footprints on the pavement. Mrs. Helen Gail Robinson, di- Sec WOUND, fi-A, Col. 5 cooler Sunday. Clear to partly cloudy Monday, a little warmer north. High Sunday 62 north 76 southeast, TEMPERATURES Sat. a.m. -Sat. p.m. 57 M 84 55 .......____ M 55 M 55............ 81 5.1 75 48 66 53 65 60 66 68 75 DO High and low tor 24-hours ending 9 i ni 85 ;tnd 47. Hinh and low same date last year: 72 ind 45. Sunset last ninht: sunrise today: sunset 1 Barometer reading at 9 p.m.: M.06. Humidity at 9 p.m.: 27 per cent. 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