Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on November 1, 1962 · Page 7
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ABILENE IIEPQRTER.NKWg , T*SM ORDERED TO REGISTER William Albertson, above, was ordered by the subversive activities control board to register with the government as a member of the Community Party. The board said Albertson, 52, of Brooklyn, New York, held important positions of leadership in the party hierarchy. It was the first board order for registration by an individual. (AP Wirephoto from 1953 photograph) Interviews Must Be Reported WASHINGTON (API-Pentagon officials and other personnel have been reminded in the Cuban crisis of standing orders to report to the Defense Department information office- the substance of any interviews they give to newsmen. A memorandum issued by Assistant Secretary Arthur Sylvester, in charge of public information, says: "The substance of each interview and telephone conversation with a media representative will be reported to the appropriate public information office before the close of business that day. A report need not be made if a representative of the public information office is present at the interview." This, in general, is a policy adopted by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara almost at the outset of his administration. McNamara was described at the time as wishing to know what his civilian and military officers were telling newsmen. In his memorandum, Sylvester said increasing responsibilities have been placed on public information offices "in the current world situation to avoid the disclosure of information affecting the national security." Newsmen covering the Pentagon began noticing more than a year ago a tightening up of opportunities to talk freely with military and civilian officials in the Pentagon. Since the Cuban crisis arose these officials have been even more wary in agreeing to see newsmen privately. Multi-Colored Map Aids Garbage Work A city map of Abilene, decorated in Christmas colors of red, green and yellow, is a new addition in the City Water Office in City Hall. Director of Water and Sewer W. J. Weems said the new map was drawn up to show areas of garbage pickup on various days of the week. All new customers who sign up for service, as well as transfer customers, now are told the days that garbage pickups will be made in their areas. As routes are changed, from time to time, Weems said, changes on the map will be made accordingly. The city sanitation department makes pickups two days each week in the various areas. Pickups in any given area are made Monday and Wednesday, Tuesday and Friday or Wednesday and Saturday, Weems said. Carver Rec (enter Open House Sunday An open bouse for the public is scheduled Sunday, Nov. 4, at Carver Recreation Center, N. 8th and Trcadnway, from 3 to 6 p.m., Terry O'Brien, city recreation director, announced Wednesday. The $28,000 building, which has been in operation since Oct. l, was. built from capital improvement funds voted in 19W by Abilene citizens. O'Brien said no special program U planned, but a ribbon-cut ting ceremony Is scheduled. May or C. R. Kinard or Mayor Pro- Tern Wiley Connally 1« scheduled to cut th« ribbon, he Mid. ITS SUPER - DUPER'S ANNUAL PRE HOLIDAY SALES EVENT! SUPER n DUPE* SATURDAY ONLY MEAD'S SOUTH 3rd and SAYLES IN THE SEARS CENTER THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY anil SATURDAY BISCUIT GRADE A MEDIUM EGGS (Six Limit) 19 C Package of MORTON'S CHIPO'S with the purchase of 1/2 Pint CANDY'S SOUR CREAM The Perfect Dip Combination mm · ; III] I FLORIDA RUBY RED 12 BOTTLE CARTON Dr Pepper with the purchase of each % gallon carton of Gandy's ICE R*g. 'i« CREAM Valne 'BOTTLE DEPOSIT Grapefruit 6 FOR 39 C WASHINGTON EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES ,, 19 C CELLO -Tomatoes c arton lb c MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS ,, 5 C BETTY CROCKER LAYER ^ "JLl ·«-*' jiWllllS/ ' * *?,, l^a^W^fti/ PILLSBURY HI-C JUICES Orange, Grape Fruit Punch, Pineapple- Grapefruit, Hawaiian Punch; Red anl Yellow Welch's Grape Aid, Fiesta Punch. Mix or Match Cans FLOUR MARYLAND CLUB ON PREMISE BAKING Chocolate Toasted Coconut Cake S 1.39 Chocolate take filled with custard and ited with milk chocolate icing, coated with chocolate coaled coconut. .dozen Rum Balls Dipped with rum syrnji. Cheese Cake 98' Cream Cheese cake topped with fruit TO 6/Vf ^= HIM 10 LIYIS! 2 cans 27 C 3 Snowdrift O A K H l l - l , m n l v l ; * erta Peaches YTM - PilUhun Pink l,f niona.lr \NC;KL FOOD /"~ i i ivf Lake Mix .............. .IM, : .. 6 S T I C K S TO I'OI M) M', UTS \\ I I ! 1 ' i ' K ! Miracle Margarine 4 ,,...* S l T H K M i : G i /~i "I ranam Crackers Comstock PIE FILLER PUMPKIN ,,,. #2 OO^ C a n . . " . . . 2 FOR ^V CHERRY 29' Red Cherries New Crop Pecans Hcrslicy Dainties Dromedary Dates Kraft Marslmtallow Creme 12 oz. 16 oz. ..Pk;:. 39 s 49* j. r MORTON'S Pumpkin or Mince Pies iv 39" LI BUY'S Broccoli Spears 2 Pnkgs . z ' 49° LIBBY'S Golden Corn in Oz. O7c lk gs . "'« LIBBY'S Chopped Broccoli ............. 2 37 ; PILLBURY FLAKY BAKING POWDER BISCUITS £ CANS OO Cut out this shopping list of 19 delicious Pillsbury Refrigerated Foods Q Butterscotch Nut n Q Deluxe Coconut g ' Q Sugar Cookies 49e en. p Peanut Butter n D Oatmeal Raisin ** O Fudge Mint D Ginger Molasses Q Fudge Brownies Q Chocolate Chip QOc OJ DINNER ROLLS D Butterfiake D Crescent Ea. D Cloverleaf OQc ^ J SUPER-DU PER SELEQ SAVINGS CHUCK OR ARM ROAST LI, SIRLOIN STEAK T-BONE STEAK RUMP ROAST Cornish Game Hens LB, LB. .. LB. 12 Oz. . Each 73' 89' 73' 69' ROUND STEAK RIB *TI SWIFT PREMIUM BAC Lb. 5 spac«*Mft Is so sensitive that It can record U* a" JTM*' 0 '' «J · , piece «rf «ypl"« W* WBWd two (tet away. SUPER- DUPER GIVES GREEN STAMPS SOUTH FIRST AT SAYLES BLVD. . I N THE SEAR-CINTER

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