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Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas • Page 62

Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas • Page 62

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2-A THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Abilene, Texas, Sunday Morning, October 2, 1960 Tito Visitor at Hails FDR as By ENDUE MAKTON HYDE PARK, N.Y. ident Tito of Yugoslavia Saturday 'hailed the late Franklin Delano Mrs. rtoosevell explained to iierl Tito was accompanied by Leo guest the history of. house. Mates, his secrelary-seneral and telling him many anecdotes while i former Yugoslav ambassador to Tito listened nodding luudj Washington who Iranslatvid Tito's indicate that he understood. statements. Roosevelt as "a great man, a they went to the museum. i Henry MonicnilKiu, a forriicr great American, and great states-' At the end of his lour ho (old 1 Treasury secretary, was a man who was striving for Roosevelt he would like lo.uou Ruesl. democracy, and good internation-'make a short statement for oihcr ul W( isi- al relations." Belt's William Delano Tlie marshal Speaking in Serbian, and his wife; David grave, his mansions, and the i thanked Mrs. Roosevelt fcr the I i Grey, Roosevelt's uncle aral Roosevelt museum here. Mrs. Roosevelt was Tito's THEY'LL GET DRUNK-ALL SCIENCE '-hat she migl during a Uj-hour tour in beauli-; ful autumn sunshine. I Mrs. Roosevelt greeted the Vu- visit Yugoslavia and Dr. David Roosevelt's physician. Then Tito said. "We in YUM- Mrs. RcMcvelt said at the 'slavia remember his--Roosevelt's'luncheon Tito he hopod al HER MAJESTY, THE QUEEN Cromied as Homecoming for Hamlin Iligh School (luring halftime ceremonies at the Hamlin-Winters football game Friday night was Ann Rabjohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Rabjohn. She was presented a bouquet of flowers by her escort, Ned Moore. (Hamlin RNS Photo) Brad Rowland Sr. Heads Hamlin Exes strongman, in English, in orls and his oaderslup dwmg medmg 'Front of the late President's grave I Worl(1 War hls oiilsi.nnd-.hcwor and Km-ushcliov could and Tito answer in i 'P V' i a 1 i hsh "1 am "lad to see you! 3 TM secure a better future. a I would like to soe is one' MS told a reporter step' in this and that the luncheon for Tito "would, this should IB done now," Mrs. Roosevelt spent three be Amcrican dishcs quoted Tito as-sayinr, in 1953 Bnoni fito summer: cob 1)h eb Yu oslav residence There Mrs. dessert wifh wh 1(1(lvi Vol riu invited Tito to come iind visit thp' late president's grave sliouid he come io rhu United States. Laid Wreath on Grave Tito, 68, laid a huge chrysanthemum wreath on the grave, Wearing a dark, double-breasted business suit, a gray hat in his: hand, he stood at attention, then; bowed his head before proceeding! to the Roosevelt mansion. IIOBliS, tfl A group of New Mexico doctors will start hoisting drinks at 6 p.m. Sunday and keep it up until they are too drunk lo drive. It is all in the interest of si'k'iK'e and safeiy. The research will be conducted in the N. Medical Center, where a pathologist has equipment for measuring the content of al- cchol in tile blond. The researchers 'ill start with one ounce drinks, wi'it for the alcohol to course through their blood, then subject themselves to tests. The doctors will keep drink-. ing until the alcoholic content of their blood exceeds 0.10 per cent. This is the level recognized by the American Medical Association and -the New Mexico Medical Society as the percentage of danger, Thi- chief aim is to find out just how many drinks are too many for the automobile driver. With tills information, the Traffic Safety Committee will brace the next session of the New Mexico Legislature for a drunken driving law, in the interest of statewide safety. BrigilleBardof Has a Good Cry NICE, France AP) Film star Bi'igille Bardot, recovering from a suicide attempt, burst into; tears and had a good cry Satur-i day. The cause was a scolding from her father, industrialist Louis Bardot, who gave the a French actress an old-fashioned dressing-down for her attempt to: lake her life by slashing wrists and taking sleeping pills Wednesday night. The news of Miss Bardot's tears quickly spread lo the newsmen outside the St. Francois Clinic, and gave rise to a rumor thai she had suffered a relapse in her bout against nervous depression. Dr. Jacques Namin, her physician, laughed at the report. "I can assure you," he said, "Uiat Brigitte is feeling very well. She is progressing normally." The film star's mother, meanwhile, scheduled a Sunday news conference to plead for a bit oi privacy for her daughter. Her mother, it was reported, in- lends to propose a one-month nice. She will urge a newsmen and photographers leave daughter alone for that period of time to complete her cure. HAML1N (RNS) About 400 ex-students of Hamlin High School Saturday elected Brad Rowland president of the alumni committee at the sixth annual homecoming reunion here. Other officers selected Saturday morning in the high school gymnasium were 1st vice president Guy Weaver, 2nd vice president Jon Adams, treasurer Mrs. Brad Rowland secretary Mrs Jack Wicker, assistant secretary Mrs. Jack Vaughn and reporter Mrs, Bo Newland. A round of parties and open house observances climaxed the two day reunion Saturday night. The date of next year's honie- ccming will be selected by the executive panel later. Jack Ellison of Sublett, was the principal speaker at the Saturday morning ceremonies in the gym. He substituted fcr his brother Spearl Ellison, manager of the Hilton Hotel of San Diego, who was unable to attend. Mrs. Bobbie Patterson travelled the longest distance to the homecoming celebration from her home in Indio. Calif. Oldest and youngest Hamlin graduates respectively at the reunion were Robert, Johnson of class of 1913, and Lana Lancaster, also of Hamlin. who was valedictorian of the 1960 graduating class. Other activities Saturday included a breakfast for ex members of the National Honor Society and a noon luncheon in the gymnasium for the vishcrs. Highlighting the reunion was the crowning of -Miss Ann Rabjohn. Hamlin High School senior, as homecoming queen Friday night 3 Easlland Hospital Directors Named EASTLAXD (RNS) Two new directors were elected Friday night by contributors to the Eastland Memorial Hospital and a third director was reflected at the association's annual meeting. Chosen for two year terms were Milton Fullen and Virgil Seaberry Jr. Sam Butler, association secretary, was reeled- ed. Retiring directors are Ewing Baker Jr. and Parks Poe. treasurer. Poe reported that the addition of a new winp to the hospital, completed in 1959. ha increased the patient capacity from 22 to 44. Twenty five persons were present representing a i strength of 5G5 shares cf the 835 shares in the association. Other officers present were Billy Frost, president and Curtis Koen, vice president. Ranger Hosts 150 Firemen CLIFF REYNOLDS ex-students queen during halftime at the Hamlin- Winters football game. Mrs. Cliff Reynolds, whose husband is a druggist, crowned the Ex-Students' Queen. She was a member cf the class of 1918-the first class to wear caps and gowns. However, the old grads were denied the privilege of seeing their Pied Pipers win, as Hamlin bowed to Winters, 8 to 6. I Three men against whom bur- be filed Mcndny morning, Wichi- glary charges were filed ta collce said. Saturday are being held in the The irio picked up on a Wichita Falls city jail for curfew violation livo days ago, gation of similar offenses. They Abilene Police IJ. Milbuni also are wanted for questioning son said a Falls detective at Lawton, Okla. captain told him. Wichita Falls Bond of S2.a» each was set lolicc als rccou'red five pieces for Shannon Woolen. 21. Pat DC- of several men's vcrs 17, Wayne Hardin whose cloLi- EASTLAND (RNS) Ranger's age was estimated from 18-20. in in 2. Ilp Fire Department hosted 150 vol- connection with burglary of Riv- Very lilue was to have unteer firemen Saturday at the er oaks System store' the night been taken from System in I lie quarterly meeting of. tfie of Snpt. 12. District Attorney burglary here, but the store's Texas Firemen's Assn. Bill Thomas filed charges before s.ife bnilered in a vain Weatherford's crew set up their Justice of the Peace Henry F. effort to find money, equipment in the fastest time Long. On i'o two other in the pumper race 22.5 sec- All three gave police there the River Oaks establishments, SQ or.ds. Eastland was second with same Wichita Fails a Cioih'-'rs and The l.Iackey 28.5 and Mineral Wells came in Charges of burglary probably will were burglarized. Snibilion the fire hiefs took slightly longer to ready their pumping gear 51.0 sec- onds. James 1 K. LeSeuer of Fort Worth was the feature speaker at a barbecue dinner held in the Ranger city hall. He is executive secretary, of the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. of America, for which fund raising is this year's project for the district firemen. Worden, winner of the 1953 Laurel International for F'-micf. 'he stakes winners Angers and Wordiam, twc of France's leading 3-year-olds in 1960. Invited to Russia HAVANA (Al')-A delegation ot Cuban journalists IMS left for Moscow to study Communist journalism at the personal Invitation of Sovlot Premier Khrushchev, it' wns announced Saturday. REMOUNT YOUR, DIAMONDS If you clar. ic move or siore house- hotil courts rerordlfss of origin or BONDED WAREHOUSE COMPANY 1324 E. 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A mc-lorci'de led the king Vale Bowl, where he watched the Yale-Brown football game with royal composure. Seated on the 50-yard line, Hus- scin predicted at halftime Yale would win the game. Tne score at the time was 0-0. Yale won 9-0. The British-educated Arab played soccer at said he would like to have played football if he had the chance. FINAL! ROOM LOT AS SEEN IN NEWS WEEK ond HOLIDAY His suit, by the one and. only ETY BRAND A i I- iifT Hi ffx VA FREE LADDER With Budget Purchose of $25 ot More Sherwin-Wi'licms Co, Strategic move: a suit by Society Brand. Its easy elegance registers an air of individuality and good taste which men of discrimination find most gratifying. This fall the look is lean and trim, the accent Continental, the effect very distinguished. Fabrics, from elite weavers, lend themselves to the finest points of tailoring--traditional with Society Brand. Stop in and sec our new collection of Society Brand suits. 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