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YOUt MMHV NfWSFANt eustmiD ADS, NwwnUt M, 1 HI - t*n AnHftfe IXtMf S *M| NlWt Mexicans Deny Strafing Report MEXICO CITY _ ( A P ) ~ - A newspaper reported Friday thut strafing iilr force planes killed 17 members of a band which attacked an army outpost ; n southern Mexico last weekend, but the government denied it. The report, puhlished in the English-language newspaper, Tho News, said the planes had spotted the men while searching rugged mountain areas Wednesday a n d had strafed them after the men opened fire on the planes. Army cavalry troops were reported-Friday to be still fanning out through the area in pursuit at remnants of tha band. The attack on the outpost was one of a series of terrorist outbreaks which came within a few days of each other but which the government said were unrelated and not part of a national political movement against federal power. No fresh outbreaks have been reported in several days and the government has declared th« sit- No other newspaper mentioned ualion we " un le r control in all any such incident. . . Parts of the country. "The government categorically denies the report." A government spokesman told the Associated Press. Air force planes have been flying over mountains around an army outpost about 150 m i l e s southeast of here since early this week trying to spot- members of a band of about 300 men who attacked the outpost last weekend. The attackers killed two soldiers and a civilian and then fled Into the hills, carrying with them »rmy weapons and ammunition. Kiwanians Slate Giant TV Auction [-ANNOUNCEMENTS l-Daolht THOMPSON rWj. Mary E. Thompson, 4d. 2^1 Grwnlawn Dr., died Novfmber 23. Member of Trinity Baptist Ctiuich and resident of Son Anlonio 11 years. Survfvorn Husband, u. Col. (Ret'd) Nash 0. Thompson, San An- Tonlo; son, Mr. Nosh O. Thcmpw., 11, San Anlonio; douQhtcr, Mrj. MarsTio Leak Cofer, Lake Jacksnn, Tex.; molhcr, Mrs. Liliie loycocfc, Slxinvock, Tx,; broihers, Mr, Huelyn Laycock, Cayon, Tex., Dr. Raymond W. Laycock, Pampa, Tex.; Mr. Kenneth Loycock, Austin, T«x., Mr. Robert Laycock/ AmarWo, Tex.; Dr, Royc« Laycocfc, Pampo, Tex.; groTd ion, Gory Wayne Cofer, Lake Jackson, Tex. Services. 1 p.m. Saturday. Novtmbtr 2*. Trinity Bop tut Church, Rftv, Buckner Fanning of- II doting. Pallbearers: Mr. Hvelyn LaycocKi Dr. Raymond W. Laytock, Mr. Kenneth Loycock, Mr. Robert lavcocfci Dr. Roycs Laycock, Mr. Gier-.n S. Avtry. Arra-v^menrs by ROY AKERS L CAfr-7201 Mrs. EI1I0 Moe Barr, 71, 216 Con- S ess Avt. f df«t November 23. Mem- r of Baptist Church ond I He reii- den ol So*i Anlonio. Survivors: SQn, Jess James Barr, Son Anton'o. Jack Eoword Barr. ft. Worth, Tx.; daughter!, Mrs. Irene TownsenrJ, San An- 1on1o r Mrs, Ruby William P attar. Tex., Mrs. Agnes Dvdlcy, San Antonioj brolhtr, Jo* Paylon, San An- ton'o; xlslerj, Mn, Slflla Orr, Mrs. Roil* McGraw, both of San Antonio. 73 ororxkri 11 riren and five great- grandchildren. Se/vices, ? p.m. Menday, November 36, Roy AV«rs Rmer- al Chapels, 515 N. Mafn Av«. Inrer- mtnt, Roselarwn Memorial Park. ROY A K E R S CAtWMI BURKE Mrs Floruit:* Burke-, 90, rcildenci 215 So. PU» 51., died WedwifiY, Nov. 21, 1P62. BtMllna of flic bod/ Saturday i:30 a.m., Angchjs Chape'., followed by Requiem Mais 9 a nx, . St. MlciiatV* Caltwllc Church, to b* offered by Rev. Michael McManyi. Intermtnt In San Fernando Arch- d'ocesan Cem»rerY. Arrcmawr.cnls tV ANGELAS FUNERAL HOMtT " HILL Charleoe Bernodetle HIM, 3 yean old. *51 Pfltt Ave-, died Hove.TJjtr Jl. Survivors: Parcnfs, S.Sgf. end Mrs. Charles W. Hill, Son Anlonio, brothers, Bryan and Mark. HIM; sister. Faith HIM; orondporcnli, -Mr. onfl Mrs. Joel A. Hill. PopTar Dhjlf, Mo.; and Mr. ond Mrs. 0ry E. Gay S'., SI. LQtJlJ, Mo. Service!, 7 p.m. Menday, November 3ft, Roy Afcers Funeral Chapels, SIS N. Main Ave., ln!«r* merit Ft. Sam Houslon Kollor.al Cem- tlfry. ArranoenrwnU by ROY AKERS CA-7201 RABORM Mr. William F. Roborn, «* Bre« Blvd., born Cn Whffnev, Texas, June V,"11/5, pwied away Thursday, Nov. n, 1962, Ifl a local hospital, at 1h» cat of V years, Funeral lervicet win be hekt in Poit Chapel, Fort Sa^i Houston. Sohjrtfay, Nov. 5', al 1 P.m. with CAop'atn Lester E. Burnett* officiating, miermcnt win be In Sun- «( Memorial Parts. Survivors: Wile, Mr». Cornet.'a V. Moore Robwn; dougWen, Mrs, William (Ro*ena) : MMler, Houslon, Tflxas, Mrs. Nlchotoi (Beth) Mvl*nfcl' PaHerson, N.J.; icni, B. M. Rabom, Ho-Jtlon, Texas, Vlce-Admlrol Wlll'om F. Reborn Jr., WashlnOrion, D.C., C. B. Roborn, He^v Orleans, Lo., G. T. Raborn, Pan ArtKwr, Texas, L. B. Raborn, Kansas City, Mo, R. C. Rooorn, Clly: s'ster, Mrs. Mamie Roborn, Wlchila Falls, Texas; brothers, Dolph Roborn, Ru, Texas, Harold Roborn. Plainvi**, Ttxai; 18 orondclilIdrcn, 13 areat- arantfchlldren. Mr. Rohorn had w^n a reildent ol Son Antonio for the past 7 v«irs. Mr. Raborn wa* a member of tr\t Masonic Blue Lodge, Morlow, Ok'a.. and a menibtr of trie CamCstory, Gufnrie, okia. Arro-.ee- men ALA V MO FTJNFRAL HOME ^___ CAS-S731 PEDROTTI Mr. John L. P«drottl, 718 Orury Lor.e, born in Austrta Jan. 1. IBM. txmed away Thuradav, Nov. 72. 1943, in o (ocol hospital, at tr-e og« ot 7i v«an Rfiia/y wfll be recited in Aloma Chapels, Fritfay, Nov. 35. at *:» p.m BlesstfXl services will he h«ld Saturday, Nov. 2i, ot 9:15 a m . In Alamo Chopcli. followed Hy Reoulem Mass which will b* offered a» |:4S a.m. In SI. Lawrence Ca'h- oilc Church. ?M S. Pefalumo, Rev. Robert Logan, as celebrant. Inler- ment will be In Son Fernando Cemetery No. 3 Survivors: Wife, Mrs. Emma B PedratH; dauohters, Mrs. Frank (Fra nces I He rwecV, M's. H. D (Ellrobeth) Jov- Mrs. John (Mabel) BarblsrK Mrs. 0. L. tvir- Cfn'a Clifton, nil of San. Antonio; skiers. Mrs. Janle CIvtteHo. C'rv. Mrs. Julia Bain. Cnllfornln; broker, Mri. Censtontino Pedrolti. Ci+v: in CroridctillaVen Mr. Pedro!H was a member ol St. Lawrence Caiho"e Church, a member of the Harlando'e Lions Club and had been o rMlrfrnt ot San Antonio tor ttie post 73 veari. rallbeorers will b* Frcnk, John, Joe. Dnvld*, ChorlM ond Anthony Petfrclll. Arronoemerits hv ALAMO FUNERAL HOME CAS-5731 CAPERTOM Mrj. Vlralnlo Cop*rton, A7, ot 119 Foytyn dkd Nov. J3. Service pending and will bo announced toUr. Arrange men*s ROY A K E R S CA6-7701 BALLINGER Mrs. CecUe VlrnJitJo Dntlinner, 1H2 KlloVbrnrKf Avfl., died November ?3. Member ol MelKrwHsl Church o-vrt reilanf of San Anlonkf K venrs. Survlvon: Douihter, MlM Anns Rnl 'inner. Ear; Antonio. Graveside s^rv- ICM. 10 a.m. Mondov. November 3*. Richmond, Tex., Rev. Sam Jones Offklotlnn. Arranoerxwn's hv · ROY A K C R S CA6-7MT " "" "HOLLEY Mrs. Mnry Hellfty, ««. ?W Terrell Ave.r died November n. betowed molher of Dauah'«r«, Mrs. Nevn SccM, Lanvxnas, Tex.. M'S. Neville Davidson, Mrs. Marlon Fellle. l»in a( Son Antonloi Sons, Mr. w. D. HolTey, Ft. Collins, Co-'o.- Mr, Gewge "Kne» HI ir Holl*v, San Antonio. Mr. R. G. "Re0gf4" Holliy. San Antonio: sisferi, M«. Ethel Dent, Lometa. T«., Mr«. Sally Klrby, Son An- Mio, Test., Mrs. Ella Kirov, Lomato. Tex.f 13 aronohlldf*n. four greol grandchildren. Mn. Kolley wai a member of Harlanaol* BapMst Church, and a reikJenl of Son An ton'e 77 vMr«, rremher of Kelly Field PeHred Federot Fmplovee* r - "b- P«in«ral services 10 n.m. Wl0rt *' av ' CNjrch, Rtv. Andy nrtom offlfVit^ni. In'ermtnl Mellon Rur'nl PprX. Ar- ronxmNi Q * Y AKERS CM 7?pl _ TUPHEH" , Mrj, Inez Turner, 57. 4rn rTO'iinn St., dIM Naver^ber 73. M«m?j«r *i( C»ract B(»plE*l Ternr'" nvl re'i^rnt M Son Anlofi 1 * M yean. Survivori: HuMxindl JnmM A. Turner, Son An- 'otilo; porenti, Mr. vnd Mrs. Charm Cloud Wlhon. Son Anioiw; broiher, Guy Wlllorir Sori An'onlo, Fred Wil- «n, (AWrCnd, T«x., Wol'oce Wlhon. .ShrtvMort, Ln. Service* 3:30 ».m. MonrfovT Woveit*«r K, Rcy MW Chapfli of Prover, SIS N. Mo'n Ave., *tv 0. E. Mcrtthewi officrollno. interment SunsH Memorial Park. Ar- ronotnenti hy ^ R O Y A K E R S CA47XI1 Ever-thing from a Volkswagen Station Wagon to a metat play house--and with such items as a spinet player piano, choice corn fed steaks and five days at a luxurious Las Vegas Hotel included --will be auctioned Saturday' in the annual Alamo Kiwanis $20^000 IV auction. This oncc-a-year sale to the general public will be he]d from I to 4 p.m. Saturday over WOAI- -,'IV (Ch. 4). Ail proceeds will support the Kiwanis club's charitable project. 1 ; during the coming year.! Snn Antonians may take a p r c - j view peek at 100 of (he iletns on' the full-page advertisement in today's big Express and News. Advance bids may be called in to CA5-2461 prior to the TV auction. Alamo Kiwanis Club officials; have cited this year's auction as the best opportunity to make substantial savings on Christmas gifts--and there will be some-; thing for everyone on the list, in-1 eluding walkie talkies and bi-l cycles for the youngsters to a surrey with the fringe on top -white helping the club in its ef- forls_to help others. Tcxans Leading In Bridge Trials PHOENIX, Ariz.. - AP) - A pair of Tcxans and a team of Philadetphians Friday virtually clinched two of the three American berths at the international bridge meet next June in St. Vin- Milestone Ahead In Mariner Probe ici NEW viiec T i M E ^ N F w s s F t i v i c e tjon-nuMwrinf! signal* set by the pwle«l flimh In the PASAOENA. C'nlif. -- Scientists pioneer V.winch ullimaicly van-.Morace - b.illrry temperature roof the Venus spacecraft project jshed i n t n a piTsumod orbit,ported this week. are keeping their fingers crossed, around tho Sim. F.arly Sunday, the 12-fnot-highj r«. ]« Rendezvous JMariner 2. about two-thirds of i^ Mariner Is scheduled to! energy panels, , __ ,.. ,..j... ._,_ _ 'spokesman said. (the way along on Us IHMay trip!pass clow to Venus Pec. IB. when to rendezvous with the neighbor- the planc-t is 36,000,000 miles from ing planet, is expected to pass a t h e Earth. The spacecraft will THe unexplained diminution t( ·current flow from the craft's solar R laboratory has not been great enough to impair operation of four continuous observations of significant milestone. .have traveled 182,000.000 miles such phenomena as radiation in If its coded signals continue^thrmigh space, since it.s Aug. ?7lspaco. flowing into the California I n - ' l a u n c h i n g from Cape Canaveral! Picking Up Energy stitute of Technology's J* propul-[Fla. ' Now, It was expllined, because sion laboratory here, it will marki The scientists' optimism is tern- the Mariner is closer to the Sun, a record in man's tracking ofipered by three main considera-nt Is picking up enough solar en- space vehicles. itions. ergy to offset an apparent break At that time, the Mariner wlllj One is a new lapse in the elec- be 22,500,000 miles from the earthitrical omission current flow to its --the distance at which signals-observation Instrument.'! that, it became inaudible in the previous! was disclosed, set in last Friday, longest-range tracking, that of the! Another is a newly disclosed Pioneer V "space probe" in I960. The Mariner already has surpassed the 17,000,000-mile record, possibility that the spacecraft may In the circuit from some of the solar panels. The storage battery is being saved to power two special observation "experiments" when the spacecraft is close to Venus. Remiss Venus by more than the 21,-jcent signals on the craft's air con- 000 miles previously calculated, iditioning have indicated the bat- for reception of precise ohserva- There also has been an unex-jtery temperature may reach 129 "~ (degrees fahrenheit, nine degrees above the limit for which it was designed. Tho scientists said this happened because the Sim's heating influence could not bo projected precisely In the "space simulator" chamber here, where the Mariner's parts were tested. They are hopeful t h a t , with the picfe-iip in solar - panel energy, !t may be possible to power the final two experiments even if tho battery should po o!U of com- Pakistan Assembly Debates Resolution Condemning West NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE m ay OTn1e da y ^ used REFUGEES CROWD RAMP TO SAFETY--Refugees from northern India border areas jam gangplank to a ferry as they flee south to safety ahead of advancing Red Chinese troops Tuesday. The ferry took them across the Brahmputra River at Te?pur. Many carry rolls of their belongings while other carry children in their arms. Bamboo stilts support the gangplank on both sides.--AP Wirephoto. ICI RAWALPINDI, Pakistan -Pakistan's pro-western foreign policy was sharply criticized in the national assembly here Friday by the opposition members who are trying to push through a resolution demanding the Immediate Death Notices withdrawal from CENTO SEATO regional alliances. Secret Meeting and The half assembly had planned hour secret meeting Fri- them. ·Not War 1 In advancing the reasons for this belief President Ayiib Khan and the foreign minister referring to history oj Indian-Pakistani hostility, said the Sino-Indian clash is a border dispute, not a war and that India is to acquire Western armaments. If it was war, they argue, neither country would have Butt Camp Available For Groups The H.E. Butt F o u n d a t i located 12 miie.5 north of cent, Italy. In Friday's 14th and next FLINT YOUNG Funeral services for Flint Car- son, 45, of 218 Notre Dame Dr.. a member of Jefferson Methodist ter Young, 73, of 338 E. Whittier, j Church, died Friday. who died Thursday, will be con- She is survived by her husband, ducted at 3:30 p.m. Monday in Porter Loring Chapel. Interment will be in Mission Burial Park. A member of St. Mark's Kpis- copal Church and Lafayette Masonic Lodge No. 34, AFAM in La Grange, Young is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sue Young; son, Franklin C, Younp; a dauRh- last round'of the bridge"Team| ter ' Mrs - Jcan Ymln E Fish ; one trials in thoentx, G. Robert Nai!i brottlor ' ttlree sisters and two of Houston and James Jacoby of grandchildren. Dallas took over the lead with 92' victory points. in second place with 85 points was the Philadelphia team of Ar- Alton Thompson Sr.; one son, Alton Thompson Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Hogan; her mother, Mrs. Carrie Ragsdale; four brothers, one sister and throe grandchildren. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in Porter Loring Chapel with interment in Mission Burial Park. JOHN PEDROTTI Services will be held at 8:15 a.m. Saturday in Alamo Funeral Chapel for John L. Pedrolti, 76, thur Robinson and Robert Joro f 7I8 Drury u - wllt d l e d (Thursday, and at 8:45 a.m. in St. dan. Vital Statistics Lawrence Catholic Church. A native of Austria and a San Antonio resident for the past 72 years. Pedrotti was a member of the Harlandale Lions Club and St. Lawrence Catholic Church, j He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Emma B. Pedrolti; four daughters, Mrs. Frances Hcrweck..Mrs. Elizabeth Jay, Mrs. Mabel Bar- MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Ira D«»M willing, a. al Vlt-A Gtovt St. Nee,lmm, Mo«. end Kothrn Virginia McDowell, 25, of l02 W Lull. one brother and 10 grandchilcif wood. Nonnan Jamw Hulion, , of 233 Stone" wall and Shirley Arm Thompson". 18, of H3 Stonewall. fiofacl D« Leon, It, ol 31» w Lubbock and Gloria Yokmda Lozano, a?, ol 918 Hoefocn. Joro« Tatmaoe Stevem, 33, or Norlh Carolina and Barbara Ann Campbell 50 ol 153 Inaram Rd. Francisco Morav MnxfcMa, 71, ol 720 Son Carlos ood HlkJa Low Chavci, 15, of mo Guoaahvpe. Donltl Adorn Skloil. 31, ol «54 Mer. cury arid Mildred Monica O'Leary, 11. of 1001 McKlnley. Ctfmfnl John ' WJIIIam Grana, 33, ol 119 Jock- sen Ke'ier Rd. and P*70V Jean 1 Lucch«se, 2fi, of liW W. Lull*ood i " n^k Rarnos Jimenez. 17, tl Xi H'll and Ewa'd. MtlS. EMILIE LAYER Private funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in Kiebe Chapel for Mrs. Emille Layer. 79, of 120SV4 N. Flores, who died Thursday. She is survived by ono daugh ter, Mrs. Frances Keeton, threo grandsons and three great-grandchildren. WILLIAM STROHMEYER Services for William Anton Strohmeyer, 74, of 10331 Dreamland Dr., who died Thursday, mil be held at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Porler Loring Chapel. CHARLENE HILL Charlene Hill, 3-year-old daughter of S.-Sgt. and Mrs. Charles ' day morning to be followed by an open foreign policy debate. But strong opposition insisting on | some positive retaliatory action ! against the West for supplying arms to India caused the entire three and a half hour meeting to - dertaken operations that would| Leake y' wi" now take applications have been snowbound by the ap- from church, school and agency W. Hill, 5I Price Ave., died here.be held in secret. Wednesday. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, Roy Akers Funeral Chapels with burial in Fort Sam H o u s t o n National Cemetery. Other survivors include (wo brothers, Bryan and Mark, a sister, Faith, all of San Antonio, ErandparenLs, Mr. and Mrs. Joe] A. Hill, Poplar' Bluff, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Orry E. Gay Sr., St. Louis, Mo. MRS. CEC1LE BALLINGER Mrs. Cecife Virginia Ballinger, 2142 Hildebrand Ave., died here Friday. Graveside services will be held at ID a.m. Monday in Richmond, arrangements by Roy Akers. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Anne Ballinger, San Antonio. MRS. MABV HOLLEY Mrs. Mary Holley. 68, of 206 ] Terrell Ave., died here Friday. hieri and Mrs. Virginia Clifton.| c a l N ' n M, Strohmeyer is sur- all of San Antonio; two sisters, ivivod by his wife; two sons, Fcr A member of Stereotypers Lo- 1 Funeral services will be at 10 ters,! v l ' dren. I d 1 '" a.m. Monday, Harlandale Baptist Church with burial in Mission . Burial will be in San Fernando! 1 * 111 of S 311 Anlonio; one , Harold Strolimcycr. ^Burial Park, Roy Akers cfficiat- Cemeterj' No. 2. lor. Mrs. Dorothy G. Andorson.| She is survived by three daugh-: MRS. BELEN GONZALES IS"" °im Calif.; one brother Mrs. Helen R. Goiuales, 76, or. a n d tnree sisters. 1C08 Monterrey, a San Antonio resident for 70 years, died Friday. She was a member of the Guadalupana Society and the Catholic Church. Services will be conducted nt Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Park. MRS. MARY THOMPSON Mrs. Mary E. Thompson, 46, o[ ters, Mrs. Neva Scott, Lampasas. Mrs. Neville Davidson and Mrs. Marian Fcillc, both of San Antonio, threo sons, W. D., Fort Collins, Colo., George and R. G., both of San Antonio, and three Among those who waited fn vain outside assembly gates were U.S. Ambassador Walter P. McConaughy and British High Commissioner Sir Morrice James. Tha government of President Ayub Khnn has expressed anger at shipments of Western arms aid to India, which it says threatens Pakistan's security, but it enviously does not want to be pushed Into any extreme position However, in view of Ihe public outcry and Its own angry statements, the government woulc find it embarassing to publicly oppose such a resolution. .Seek Compromise Sources said Friday's secret meeting was prolonged to enable the government to work out a compromise that would ncilher bind its hands nor stifle the opposition f r o m expressing Its strong resentmenl. There were indications this mtRht take the form of a resolution strongly de- precaling Ihe military aid to India. I There is a national outcry here | against Ihe arms aid lo India because Pakistan fears proaching winter. They also feel that a real war would have forced India to break off diplomatic relations with China and she would not continue to keep what they say is 80 per cent of the Indian forces on the Pakistan border. Two-Part Tax Plan Developed WASHINGTON (AP) - The administration has worked nut tentatively a double-action tax proposal for the new session ot Congress, and is quietly testing the reaction of key members. The package, it was learned Friday, would be presented by President Kennedy as 'a single bill to be enacted In 1M3 but would lake effect in these Iwo slops: ;roups for the 1963 camping season, Camp Director Charles Chadwell announced Friday. Al! camping facilities will be made available witliorjt charge to sponsoring organizations thai will carry out a program of Christian character development, Chadwell said. A minimum number of requirements are necessary only to nsure the safely and health of the groups. Four complete camping fadil- tics plus one primitive Gita ars available, with each one having its own lake area Including places for swimming, boating, fishing and other water activities. Tha 1,900- acre camp can accommodate groups in one area up to »bout 120 persons. Church or other organizations Interested in learning more about the camp's facilities may call tha camp office, CE2-21BI, Leakey. Hargitay Signs Papers HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Muscleman Mickey Hargitay, predicting I. A substantial but partial lax that Jayne Mansfield will divorce cut lo be effective rctroactivelyjhim in Mexico, laid ft newsman to Jnn. J. 2. A second stage, to become effective Jan. I, IfXM, Including a further tax reduction ami the lax Hie arms revisions and loop-hole- closings 2GH Greenlawn Dr., died here Fri- sisters, Mrs. Ethel Dent, Lnmcta, day. Funeral services will he held 'Tex., Mrs. Sally Kirhy, Snn An- ·not jr. 19. el m ·"·'40 a.m. Monday in Angolus at 2 p.m. Saturday, Trinily Bap-|R^°. and Mrs. Ella.Kirby, la- .kivn «a. M«rfr,. n.jchapel and 10 a.m. in Our Lady'tist Church, with arranRements'mela. v.fc,* E S«^ , '. . MRS. INEZ TURNER ,, . , ... V . Runal will he in San Fernando i wanted by Kennedy. By combining the two steps In one bill, even the initial lax cut would not take effect until the reforms were written into law. Yet Ihe economy would have the stim- ulative benefit of a year's lax re- awhilc," ste said. may not Carl and Case Receiver Named SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -, A judga appointed Reginald K.jduction before the revisions -- iwcd Italian film producer F.n- Friday that he has signed all of the necessary papers. However, when the shapely blondo star was contacted st Palm Springs, she indicated she wasn't in too MB a hurry. "Mickey asked me to wait seek the decree for a month, perhaps even twn months." Miss Mansfield reportedly wants her freedom so she can Wilson, a professional receiver,.partly offsetting the Friday lo lake charge of Judy iGarland's assets in California. Garza, 17, of 154 Gerald Martin Giogtyv 31, of tt7 W. cf 031 Simpson. "iy BorbOia Flor«, 30, of 7772 W. . . . t and Delia RaaVlQuei, IS, ot ¥14 Texas Ave, Err«t Early, 3*, ol 2911 Jasper and Alnta Cera Lartln, 42, Of 451 Avwido(«. Rene Compos, 30, ol Ml SfcxiewaU and Emily Garcia, 2*. ol 515 W. EuclkJ Ave. Paul Michael Ballllo, 72, of Arllnpton. Va. and PalrtcJa DeJI Roa*n, "\9, of \T) Paiairto. Ralph Edgar Etherltfge, 19, Oofkit ond proiyn OBsharshy, 18, PemnisylvonlCr, Waverlv Douplni Owen*. 73, of 4W oroo and Alma RuJh Stioppord, ?J, of 16 Arthyr Walk. Anlonio Hernandez Lopez, 30, ol 1-114 Ash and Joyce Lara Enrkiuer, 15. Allan Dougla* Carpenlcr, 27, Lockland ond Roberta Co III era, 26, of 119 Btnllo Zunl'aa, 41. of 7021 Guodalupa ar.d Juon'to ArrcJcnrto, J?, of 535 San Carloi. L«vern John Norton, 27, Rcevd'e and Warvelt Ann Goodwin, 28, of 7021 W. Frwln L« V/egner, 21, Rl. 4, Rnx 92 ond E'a r ne Dlarv* AIanon, 18, Rf. 2, Box 797. Waviw Arthur Hnssmann, 21, of 32 , Canavan and Virginia Louiie Baurrnnn, I 311 Shrine, ,' Guodfllup* Ram',rr VnKJtz. 72. of H2? |W. Mo/fltld ond JoiepMne Herrera, 17, I of 3703 Lo Rosa. Hititb4o RttTC, XI, of 139 Pkkford and Esther Sanchez. 1?, of »7 N.W. 34. Comllo tAedrano. 19, of ?16 (rfaho a-%d Elthef'Comlno, U, of 178 Sidney. Jchr. PMNIp Arverlll, 17, Callter- n'a and Btltv LotHlt BTum*. 70, Cailro- JOfl CoroiKKto Luna, 20, of Wl S-W. 34 and Gloria Ol Leon, 21, of 4051 Mor,!*f f *Frank: EaNvard Scott, 3l r ol Till Ba»i Rd. ancf Helen Rot* Re!d. 73, of "" Mrs. Gonwlos is survived hy one son, Margarita Gonzales; two daughters. Misses Candelaria and Mom, is! Jacinta GonTales, and six grand- Antonin, a daughter. Mrs. Marsha 3.30 n m M n n d a v R o ' v A k i . « , nanana ann Leak Cofer, Lake Jackson, moth- dhape^f Praver hurll In SunjT, ansed hUSha " d ' Sid L u f t l u i a e i ni i r a e r . minai in i - WILLIAM RABORN Funeral services for William F. Raborn, 87, of 434 Bres Blvd., who died Thursday, will he held at 2 p.m. Saturday-In Fort vSam Houston Post · Chapel. Tnlcrnicnt will be In Sunset Memorial Park. ' Survivors JncludD his wife, Mrs. Cornelia V. Mooie Rftborn; two daufihlers, Mrs. Rowcna Miller, )f Houston nixl Mrs. Beth My- enki, Patterson, N.J.; six sons, B. M. Rabom, Houston. Vice- Artmiral WiKiam F. Rahorn Jr.. Washington, D.C., C. R Raborn, Jesse, San Anlonio and Jack Krt- New Orleans, G. T. Rahorn, Port j ward, Fort Worth, three daiiRli-| orficn ^pnrimcnt said Friday ir Arthur, L. B. Uaborn, Kansas ters, Mrs. Irene Townsond and! will handle an expected record of City, and R. C. Raborn, nf San]Mrs. Ajjnns Ondley, both of San Poo'o bt Lean Gi»'fl«k], 19. of »o N. San Gah(«l and JoscphIR* Yc'anda OHii, 14, or »7 N. salado. Enroll* Sonc^K, I?, of IP11 Son Per- najvlo and G!erl« SeDulvftdo. II, ol S Zorlamora. Oovld L« Bocock, M. RofkvllH. Md.. txirf Do'orts Ann Ffonntrv, 70, Kwilno- iw. Md.. Rv-a 1 "! Paul W ll/«r, 75. nf Pertnlyl' vanla o^ Linda Le« Eluier. II, South . C " 0 TM-DIVO«CES OKANTED · Hnitofl, Worlho JIIM and Frrjnldln 0, Lop*i, Jesw and Heriiruta. Aryfrewi, Lorra^v* J. Ond Worth 8. P«t*f. Vlol«l H. and Douotot S. Dfwrrtrt Chorlftf* M. end Warr*n F. sr. .Pra+er- Cottrtrin* °Ttorn», ;HP ic ciii-uivwl HV hor imchin/1 ,, .-·"-· ---« --,.,^. v ; uiinana s asseis in ^aniornia. one is survivPvi ny ner niisnano, \fr IUPT Tnrnnr 17 nf xni -»-i_ , L.. Col. (retired) Nash O. T^mp- r j i d n a " AM he"' Frida" *· ^ "PTM ^ ano * er , rou " d «n a snn Mash ll hnth nf San :! ar , a t -."TM ^[ c I-rtoay. ln the divorce court battle he- son, a snn. Nash II, both nf San F , lnera | serx , IC « ,,,,,, hp hfM a l ] ^ ^^ ^ ^ losses--came Into force. revenueiricn Bomba. But her friends have j observed that Bomba would also amount of Ihe rale reduc- navl to obtain a divorce before tinns and the kind of revisions under consideration remained he could marry the American actress and that divorces are not a er, Mrs. Lillie Ijycock, Shamrock, Tex., and five brothers, Huelyn !,aycock, Canynn, Dr.! Raymond Laycock, Pampa, Kenneth Laycock, Austin, Robert Laycock. Amarillo, and Dr. Royce I-aycock, Pampa. MRS. ELL1E MAE BARR Mrs. Ellie Mae Marr, 71. of 216;-'-"- Cnngress Ave., lifa rmidont of! San Funeral services wi Monday, Roy Aker.s Chapel with burial In Memorial Park. of Prayer, burial In Sun-ldaimTthe'^nge'r a well-guarded s e c r e t . The simple matter in Italy. President's labor-management sd-i Hargitay had this to say: set Memorial Park. ncealed-mended a SlO-billion reduction. . S2 million worth of rnmmiinirj-! Amonp the conRressmen sound- She is survived hy her husband,jproperty. He asked for Iho re-led out is Ren Wiltm Mills D- Jcunes, parents, M r . a n d Mrs.iceiver. I . . . . . . · · · Charles Cloud Wilson, San An-j -- tonio, and three brothers, Guy Wilson, San Anlonio, Fred Wilson, Korea al Ready Antonio, died here Friday.lp.jcj O f f u ' O ml «.TMir-r.: will tv »l 1 ,, ,,, I J " sl - "11 ICC/ flt 2 p.m.. Funeral, Roselawn I'OV J t i l e SEOUL, JThe U.N. Friday it South Korea (AP)Command will hold announced maneuvers jArk. }Iis is Ihe most influential voice on the tax question at this stage, because he heads the House Ways and Means Committee which originates revenue legislation. The administration's tentative proposal was carried personally |lhroiiRhmit Smith Korea Dec. 9-12i'o Mills at his home in Arkansas Jby Undersecretary of tho Treas- "Jayne called me last Monday and said she wanted to go ahead (with the divorce). I told her that I wouldn't oppose the idea any longer. I met her at the office of her attorney, Greg Baur«r. I signed die necessary papers." Boy Cets Life SANTIAGO, Chile (AP)-Ignacio JiiBn Gnlvrz Allendc, IS, has been given a life sentence for She is survived by two sons,' jlo measure combat readiness in 'case of renewed hnsiililies hv! l ' r ^,.!! e , nry "' Fn * lcr ' Imurdcr, Ihe youngest over In rc- 'Comrminisr accrPssor. US iJl 1 . r c n c l i n n ' anrt l l l a t "'jCeive such a scmcncc in Chile. W A S I I I N r r n M rAP^ Thr. Pn.i'b apsf-'sors. U..S. and ; m j,cr Umise and Sen.ile learlcrs'Me WASHINGTON CAP)-!he Post,Korean units will take pan. -consullcd. has not been disclosed i was convicted of a rnhborv- imurder that nctlrd him only f2 Antonio; one sister, two brothers, 18 grandchildren and 13 great- grandchildren. MRS. DOROTHY THOMPSON Antonio, and Mrs. Ruby Williams, Poteet, a brother, Joe Paylon, San Antonto. and two sisters, Mrs. Stella Orr and Mrs. Rosle Mrs. Dorothy'Ragsdale Thomp- McGrawn. both of San Anlonio. Universal City Plans Bond Vote UMV E ERSA T L a"~MTM.« m ' h ' m i l i ' y Sy ^^ h a V P **'"« ' In of C h r i s f m n s mail this year with fewer employes than last year. Postmaster General J. Edward Day satd increased efficiency will enable the department to do the job wilh only 150,000 temporary employes without redudng service. This is 70.000 fewer than were used last year during the Christmas rush. He said the department again ' plans to use a once-a-day delivery 'schedule for honej under » program callinR for a more thorough Katanga to Boiv to thant On Sharing Mining Income (C) NEW YORK UNITED tanga province's mining cessionlst interests have Informed diplomats that they are willing to share part of their income with the Central would be shared. which the se-.agreed to the revenue sharing In province's revenuesitalks in Brussels last week with 'George C. McGhee, U.S. Under- A spokesman for the Relgian|secreiary of State for Political government here said Friday'Affairs. srarr, «,,,,,,, , n r a more morouRn Co "Ko!es* government, reliable "^ *« Je cnuld neither con-| If ihe arrangement is adopied. sorting process at the start of Ihe soure " sald r . rida y n i R h t - V ep ° r "' ' f t """M mean that one part . . CamptxM a n d Mo'coim N, , Carl J. ond Morv S. H«*», Liroy. end Ida Mo*. CotH*f. Robtrla 'I. flnd Thompj. C«4Hto, Tomns ana RBhwfn Soroior Sitnt, Oav'd R. aw* Hilda. CooV, Edittt Lflrtnc and Jom*i A. prQft, jKlll W. Qfd JOVC*. for purch«f« of this dly's water supply and sewer systems from water system Is owned partly by · - . -. private owners will be held Dec. 15: Mayor Marvin Parkhurst ssld the election call was by a unanimous vole it t *peciil council meeting Friday night. The mayor Bald the owners of la.tinR more than a year. The . Prcsllent MTM« Tshomhe of K«- Meanwhile, Thanl was reported, Thant's plan to bring about the d to Friday lo have dropped his threat i u n i d c a t i n n of Ihe Congo - - i t a n g n has previously declined the Universal Ciiy Corp., and partly hy V»ltcr Schert*. The! Acme Development Co. owns the sewer system, Including collection lines and a recently completed disposal plant. China After Rice'TM RIO OK JANEIRO, Rrnzll fAP) --Communist China wants to buy rice' from Brazil In exchange for coal and coke. The proposal was made by Chi Chao-tlng, head of a Rrd Chinese trade mission that arrived Mils week. share Ihe province's mining reve- ues wllh the central government. Paul-Henri Spank, foreign minister of Belgium. Is expected here Sunday to discuss Congo developments wllh U Thant, the acting secretary general, Th» Belgian government, an informed source said Friday, has given conditional agreement to an be lo seek a boycott nf Katanga'sjachicved. In agreeing lo support copper and cobalt production. There hnve been reports that the the sharing nf Katanga's revenues, Spoak demanded two condi- United Stales had decided to join j [ions. These were t h a t amnesty Britain in opposing economic|wmild be granted to political pris- sanctions against Katanga. The U.S. continues to announce officially, however, that it would support such a boycott. It h understood that Spaak oners held hy the. central government and Ihst there would bo a meeting of provincial leaderj to discuss Ihe general *ltu*tlon la the Conio. . ..

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