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" * J- "* * J < C V i-r ^ 5 7 KB- DEL RIO, TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 8, 35® ikita Says idel Is Nut round Town By JACK BELL WASHINGTON" (AP)—President Kennedy has informed congre.v sional leaders that Premier Khnishchet raised his voice when he told him in Vienna that West Berlin is a boric that must come out of the Soviet throat. The President also reported j Khrushchev indicated he regards Cuban Prime Minister Fide! Castro as unstable—and not a Coin- IBY DALE NICHOLSON mun j st . tied home early Wednesday l El Prfso, vv here he spent! Kennedy briefed influential t vccks on active diity as an'members of both panics at a 90-1 IMA JO FLEETWOOD Reservist at Fort Bliss. f c * » Hif. AND MRS. JAMES T. " J& ""~<rc and their children, Bobby, and John Edward of Yoak- are visiting m Del Rio in the of hi-> paients, Mr. and E. O Elmure, at 220 Pierce t. Mr and Mrs E. O. El- have mo\ed back to Del Rio minute White House conference Tuesday before he told the na lion in .a television-radio bread- east a few hours later that the West is ready to maintain Vs rights in Berlin "at any risk." The briefing, during which the President read from his translator's transcript of some of lhe t conversations, -vas said to hav e San Antonio following his j disclosed that Khrushchev was iment from the railroad. i vitally interested in only two subjects at this time—Berlin and a ItWINS, A BOY AND A GIRL, chan «* '" ;*e secretariat direc-, '"" born to Mr. and Mrs Eloy tlon of the ljnuea Nal! ° ns - fes in Austin Wednesday. One j SQ reported bv responsible aed six pounds and .two oun- i soarctSi these were some of the five pounds and| ma j or topics di ? cussed and Jhe I positions la ken in the 12 hours of -. * » j conversations between the two IAWAIIAN ATTIRE WILL BEJ leaders: rn by members of the San Fell- Bcrhn — Khrushchev has not --pe^' Counlrv Club and their out j changed his position of more than ^ofSovvn guests for tne Hawaiian tw& >ears', standing thai he in-' ^Effiau and dance on the patio Sat-; tend => to s >g c a separate peace -'il&ay from 9 p m. to 1 a in A i feat> \\ilh Fast Germany. He 'Hawaiian orchestip will play <ft\c'\ no date^ for this action He .**•' I told Kennedv that nohodv hut the .r-fW " j United Stales still behevei East BRIGHT FLASH OF LIGHT-j ant i \y ost Germany can be re- j struck a radio only three j lln itccl four feel from Mrs. L. II. Clark i The r , n!v .j mc Khrushchev the other ounces 'I ! Border Patrol Here to Get New Buildings Two construction projects in Del Rio costing an estimated $877,000 have been submitted to Congress by the General Services Administration in Washington, a telegram from Congressman O. C. Fisher revealed. One of the construction projects would be tor a U.S. Border Patrol sector building at an estimated cost "of $535,000 and the other would be a U.S. Border Patrol station, to be built at an estimated cost of $342,000. Chief Patrol Inspector Bruce Long, in charge of the Del Rio Sector, said he had no information on the contemplated building but said he will probably receive details later. The Del Rio Sector includes approximately 120 officers with 15 • auxiliary personnel, such as clerks, stenographers, mechanics and laborers. The present headquarters building is located on Hudson Drive on a site of approximately 15 acres. Presumably the sector building would be constructed oh this site. ~"The sector is very large, extending from Jones, Shackleford and Palo Pinto Counties south of the Red River, to the north of Del Rio; west including Val Verde, Crockett, Reagan and .Nolan; east to Hamilton, Lampasas and Burnet and south to Carrizo and Crystal City areas. Possibilities were expressed that the Border Patrol station leferred to as a construction project might mean facilities at the International Bridge, where the service maintains offices. However, details were not available since the telegram from Congressman Fisher with the bare announcement was the only information to be had here. Hail and High Winds Strike Damaging Blows Air Reservists Here Get Choice Under New Plan I WASHINGTON' (AP)—Air Force 1 reserve units in -M states, includ-i Rains Spotty; Del Rio Gets .61 Severe Weather Expected Toikiy m n £,g In Large Area By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hail a Sped out half the wheat crop in spots around Canyon in more on die and South Plains and as far east as SseeUvater. ^ she was siding m her break- t^fast nook at her home, 110 East •^jGibbs Street, about 6 p.m. Wed- tjnesday. Mrs Clark had just fin-,?.«.. , reading the paper when the 3 bright flash burned out tubes in her radio, on the ^ near her. "I didn't feel a JNhins.'" Mrs. Ciark said; "there ;|was just the sudden bright flash |that burned out the radio tubes ibut didn't touch me." Lightning ca'me with the thunderstorm night \vas unusually brilliant crackling. Bolivia Under State of Siege Pem (AP)—Bolivia was ' emergency after raised his voice in the whole! period o{ discussion was when he i talked about Berlin and used the' bone in the throat phrase he has employed J>efore. (Kennedy said j in his broadcast to the nation j "there was no discourtesy, no f loss uf tempers, no threats or ul-j limatums by either side" during j the Vienna conferences.) The Soviet premier offered, again to give Soviet and East l reported under a state of siege I Communist-urged German guarantees . of continued ; _ near marlial law-todav airports will be used because r brou S ht De! R '°~s first rain for the month of June, when normal "heavy damage can be expected lne momn OJ -> u ™- wn en normal at regular Air Force installations j Precipitation is 2.42 inches, Moiy- ' The Air Force said Wednesdav } nesday evening. [measuring an inch or it would establish 268 recoverv [ Jn Del Rio itself, a total of .61) West Kej Street. Jim Llndsey units starting July 1. * 1 of an inch of rain was reported;seven-lentils on Gilchrist Lane. .701 Th e Weather Bureau forecast ! In event of an enemy attack f »>' H L. Molyneux at the Weather j was measured by W. M. Grief' more severe thunderstorms with these units would provide refuel-1 Bureau, but! east of here at, at 218 East Garfield and .S4 of ,i ar2e hail and dama«ui» winds in ing, minor maintenance security. I Laughlm Air Force Base the rain-Jan inch reported at Art's station • mu e h o f ft* same area °for Thurs- and medical services for return-] fa11 amounted to only .39 of an,on Avenue F. San Felipe area-- da} from 4 p m to 10 p m ing U.S. aircraft. > inch. . jof the city were said to have hart- " ' The »\ir Force said non-mihtsrv '• Wednesday night's thunderstorm an inch of moisture. f The forecast was for a 120-mile 1 «ide strip of West Te\as from 5 Man a to Abilene. ' Cities in the area include Abi- r jJene, Odessa, Midland, San Ange, lo Big Spring, Sweetwater, "Sny- FREDERFCKSBURG «t—Three' der, Marfa, Pecos, Monahans, persons were killed in a two-ear s Colorado City.-Alpine. BaUinger t crash near here early today. Two J Coiemaa and KermiL of the dead were Jim Dunlao and* his wife, Eva, about 60 of Austin.« * f5nn er north of Canyon said Their son, Francis.' who wasi§ ol£ ball-sized hail Wednesday asleep on the rear seat, was in- n| S" £ "inrashed my wheat to the jured and taken to a Kerrville hos- > ground." P '*ni! .. • j t . T . * - -• ', - Acoln «' r >*heat grower said hail The third fatality, not immeai- shredded jj,,, stalks in tht 4 event of hostilities." The new units will include 75 reco\ery groups of 40 men-each and 193 recovery .'squadrons' of 150 men each. The manpower will be drawn predominantly from reservists now being trained at Air Force reserv e centers. In Texas ...r.e s e.r.v.e recovery squadrons will includb .those eir : ganized at Gregg County airport; Scholes Field, Galveston; Jeffer- ' neux said- Heavier r*rn was reported east of Del Rio, with 1.2 inches on ,*he Noel C." Fry ranch on Hamilton Lane; 1.40 inches at Brackettville, 1.20 inches at Camp Wood and .48 of an inch at Uvalcte, Molyneux'said. At Devil's River steam plant, .02 of an inch of rain fell and al Devil's Lake, only a sprinkle was reported. A still and oppressive heat pre-. . _ _ , . _. t "• jiu* G<^vjt \jtjvi v^a^i\ ^ it^av p»«: son County Airport; Mathis Field. ctded the faegiEmng of the raia San Angelo; Lubbock Airport; • Wednesday v.ith the first few Terminal: Bryan Air- ldrops fajl f ng around 6 p . m . lt con . ""'' Greenville; | Un ued intermittently until 7, when port; Majors Field, and Harlingen AFB. —~A.lieserve recovery Fredericksburg Wreck Kills Three ately identified, was a passenger. in a California car. The Highway Patrol High winds crashed into a num- said the.Sier of places, particularly "around California car pulled out to pass Abilene, trbere a church tent weaf " \llied access to west Berlin He a series of strikes swept with : the countrv. The strikes apparent Wldesp rc>ad pro posed that L.S.. French. Brit-; nist _ and othcr cxtreme leftists, jtween the government and work- arrests of Commu-jly stemmed from a dispute be- BARBARA RICKER IS be at hoiiie in her 309 East 'Garfield Avenue after -.f undergoing major surgery al ghlm Air Force Base Hospital. ABLE |.sh ana Soviet troops remain m the citv. and susgestea stationing there rep , icd Airline passengers arriving here i from La P ™ sald President Vic- ;ers in the nationalized tut mines. IN is in Berlin legally, not merely j bv sufferance and intends tu stav! The travelers said the govern- tor'."Paz" EsTensso"ro" accTared uTe { ™ enl a PP ear , cd ™ control and La Paz was calm when' they left. Private sources in Buenos Aires be organized at Lufaoock. The' choice of transferring i -;-tb'=fiew" units or continuing their present - training programs will be offered reservists 'now participating in individual training programs, . including those at Bryan, Goodfellow Air Force Base at San Angelo, Abi- lene, Amarillo, Harlingen, Tyler, Paris, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Wichita Falls, Midland, Lubbock, Odessa, Laughlin AFB in Del Rio, and Waco. * _Air reserve centers will be discontinued at Austin, Dallas. El- . the brilliant plaj of lightning be-Sa truck and went into the path J billowing and a garage and "^cv- group will g an anc j uh e ra i n f e ^ harder, Pre-lof the Dunlap car on U.S. 290. jeral power lines were blown Abducted Girl Found * In State of Shock j ANDERSON, S.C. '(AP)—An 18- year-old girl who was reported (abducted from a parked car near (here Wednesday, night was found | today. The Anderson County sheriffs office said the girl was taken BAPTIST ^ere. He said Berlin is a Houston ! dation stone in American 1 curitv. _i£f MARIE COX IS -•r|i!emoria! Hospital in ,|where she underwent eye surgery '.il^STiiesday ir.oriiin.ii. Her husband. _5"P- N - had a card today his wife dictated saying she will pro- r'-main in (he hospital a Iweck. She 'eft- Del Rio Mondav . i, a <l cataracts removed from i P? lnled a ? ains ' — I Vovrr a"am, he se- LAFB To Remain At Full Strength Rest Of This WllLlIJLI&U - C* L ' ^VU.DLIl], tS*t-tiaj t -*-*! ', » - , , -. • A , f t- t hngton, Kort Worth, Lubbock- and to a hospltai in a state of shock San Antonio: No other details were available eves in the operation Tues- G. W. said. reeport To TesL Annexation Rights Court Contest United Nations — Khrushchev contended '.he UN. actions in the _ Congo, under the direction of Sec iK6St Ut I HlS YfiOT ' Presiden * Kennedy's special en- retary General Dag 4 Hammar-j **"*' "' ' * *" »*'*'• jvoy. Adlai E. Stevenson; now in skjold. were not neutral but were] Laughlm Air Force Base wilU^Sf A j|^; fe « sc - h * -dal S? i to visit jbe maintained at operational Never again, he said, would the ' strength until the last quarter the!' Soviet Union be placed in a po<u-j4 80 th Strategic Wing . remains " ... tion where its national security i here. Col. William "Everts, base! ms .' I11 . nerar> ' j Argentina, said that Communists j Air reserve groups vvijl be dis- .immediatelv. j made an attempt to seize power, t continued at Austin, Dallas, E1-! |but this was denied by travelers ilington. Fort Worth. Lubbock,, Charles Gambrell, 20, of near • from La Paz. They said strikers iHarlingen and San Antonio. I Anderson, told authorities the girl the root of the trouble. June 15 on -South Stevl>nson .. aidpt; Stevetoon s arfes nas madc changes- m r.was dragged from their parked [car by two and perhaps three .Negro men and put into another • i down. " . Violent winds knocked .down, r three .power poles west of Sweet-" Busier and some authorities sus- jpeczed the damage was a tornado .rather than winds. A tornado was sighted at Colorado City. afew i miles west, shortly before. j Saeetwater suffered under said the bov and girl were parked: winds-of 70 miles per hour and, on a dirt road five or six miles 5 a cloudburst of 1.5 inches in 30 north of (he Anderson city limits, i minutes. Several tornado funnels Mvere near Snyder in - Scurry near Daihart in th« Anderson County, in w esiern South Carolina, borders partly on ^ (»pnrr'ia * -^ Georgia. Del Rioan Slightly Injured in Mishap DEL RIO WEATHER DEL RIO AND " VICINITY ' csr " ^ arn ^ rc l' was slashed-about Partly cloudy this afternoo'n, to^! lhe aMfmen and left arm. night and Friday with little i Deputy Sheriff Jim Williams j change in temperature j Panhandle, at Hartley in the Panhandle, and at Colorado City. ' Twisters also were sighted, on each side of the Panhandle—at Hooker, Okla., and Loviogtoa, X.M. - ~ - — At China Grove in Scurry~Coan- A Del Rio man was injured in ty windows were broken and TV a one-vehicle accident on US~ 90 j aerials twisted. about 14 miles west of town laies Lightning hit the lower'of Radio | Tuesday night. ' KGYG at Big Spring, and hail the size of so Clifford R. Odcm, who gave his Manv- ~ " hail. dicated of the "troika" policy, j s scheduled to mov e to Tucson., whlch Maximum \ ^aid Gambrell. nearly incoherent, j address as Del Rio, vv as traveling TV,-*-.,! temperature yesterday, 95; mini-1 ran to the home of the Rev. Fred i east on US 90 when his 1959 model 76. Maximum temperature' L. Bremmer, a Presbyterian min-i pickup truck ran off the highway jear ago, 07; minimum 74. Mm-'ister shortly after 11 p m. He was S to the right and struck a guard* ! imum temperature this morning,, bleeding, the minister reported, j post in front of a culvert. Dam- of the arrest of Com- • 68. Time of sunrise, 5:-!4 a.m.:'and said he had been cut by the] age to the vehicle was estimated jtime of sunset, 7:42 p.m. Time! assailants ar.d the girl was spir-' at S50 by investigating State High- sunrise tomorrow, 5:44 a.m. i ited away. Jway Patrolmen. SOUTHWEST TEXAS. East of; At Anderson County Memorial] Odom was treated at Del Rio tthe Pecos River: Partly cloudy I Hospital Gambrell was treated m i Hospital for cuts and abrasions —nortn " - » and wheat suffered vomh J some nail. Th e fierce wnnds at Colorado a> b! .f w asr conditioning units lhe "P ° r s<)re ^ FREEPORT Tex (AP) ' ^'Frceport Cilv Council opened the vway for a court contest over an- { Jjtexalion rights Wednesday night . tby passing a first reading on a f|3,SOO-8cre.inass of land and a strip "j-cif land surrounding the Dow Y £hemical Co. plan! "A."' ,-3_f The area overlaps some land ~i|"also anne.xed m the first reading jtljy ih» Lake Jackson Citv Council 3. TOGO Frecoorl Ma>or C. M. Helpin said, "We expect a court con- i be represented—direct the actions I time, newcomers are continuing to ' austerity program designed to get, and warm this afternoon tonight-the err.ergencv room for lacera-1 and released. 1 — of international commissions, in arrive at the base. The base had loans from, the international mon- \ and Friday with widely scattered | lions of the abdomen and left arm i Patrolmen said Odom ^ned the j ,.i;,,i; n<J , hff .i; n ; t .,^ v=t;rini ' 'an increase of 33 persons in Mavj clary fund to put his debt-ridden j thuridershowers mostly in thejand then was released •" 'charged with driving while over the previous month. Everts' na '' on on its feet. >northeast portion through tonight.' A sheriffs office spokesman icated said the base expects to be re! ceiving new personnel at j through December. least; t-^'test of the validity of annexation ^>y one home-ruled city of territory another home-ruled city is was logically their area of "This terrilory is our logical ; arca of expansion. We feel we have room to grow and no other c.tv has the right annex land in such a manner jjo prevent us' from growing." second hearing will ha re- for final passage. Lake Jackson is 10 miles norlh- of Frneport. Both are on the >s River. Wan Shoots Ex-Wife, fl&rf * Then Kills Himself Tex. (AP)—Bill Ras, 44, Odessa, shot his former Leona Rasborry, 38, to death a cafe Wednesday night and r lhen killed, himself. g the United Nations. Deportation Hearing Slated for Reputed Underworld Kingpin jWife Slayer Gets 99 Year Sentence DALLAS (AP)—A Negro who shot his wife to death and drove j lo city hall with her body in the i car was sentenced'to 99 years in Wednesday j prison Wednesday. Alonzo Simms, by the district director of the Im-J41. pleaded guilty to the April 22 migration Service, John Holland.' killing of Ethel Mae Simms, 38. Peace Talks Halted Pending Cease Fire SAN ANTONIO (AP)—A depor-1 tation hearing Ls set for June 29 | for the reputed "boss, of .She New Orleans underworld. Carlos Marcello. 51, now in the McAlleii federal detention" center. This was reported lalion" of the cease-fire. Britain and the Soviet Union are cochairmen of the 14-nation conference on Laosl The United States had previously 1 announced It was boycotting lhe, conference .until Soviet Pre- Wilnesses said Rasberry entered mier Khrushchev makes good on jjfctie cafe where his wife was a i his agreement with President Ken- ailrcss and shot her three times. I netly that .an effective cease-fire GEN'EVA (AP>—Britain today j is necessary in the Southeast announced indefinite . postpone-! Asian kingdom. j ment of the conference on Laos i Malcolm MacDonald, head of , because of "apparent serious vio-jthc British delegation,_sa>v Soviet! Deputy Foreign Minister Georghi.i Pushkin for an hour this morriing. Afterward, MacDopald issued -a statemerit that .some delegations' informed him they could not attend further meetings until they have finished consulting their governments. The delegations were identified They caused extensive tree dam- UJ -.age. and almost wrecked a mm- with driving while mto\- ber > ard - r e n <*The hsavnest reported rain oc- . Earlier Tuesday Patrolmen curred tvhen the thunderstorms Iwere called to investigate a two- had moved oat 01 the Panhandle- jcar minor accident 15 miles wesi Wesl Central area. Up to-3.44 of Del Rio on US 90. inches fell in the area of Sherman" ' A car driven by Joe T. Perez, and Dcnison in North Central Tex- iDel Rio, was struck on the leTt ; as Sherman reported .41 inches side by a vehicle driven by Ham- > and Denison .179. ilfon M. Dickinson. Mexico City, Siaton in the South PJains had when Perez attempted to make 2-50 inches in less than a half a left turn from'the right hand5hour. lane as Dickinson was passing Other rainfall totals included him .Dalhan .55. Panhandle 2.00, A ma- There were no injuries. Damase nllo .S3, Lubbock .16, Abilene .38, to Dickinson's car was estimated Brewnwood .23, Wichita Falls ^.45, ! at $100 and to Perez' car at S5Q. Canadian .71. Arthur City^ : .7S, Perez was charged with making Pampa .65, Borger .61 and Perry- an improper turn. i lor, .10. < - as those of the United Itritain and France, States, CEASE FIRE RESULTS, ^ COMMUNIST STYLE— Communist-backed rebel forces .have captured trie government stronghold of Padong, Laos, center, after a bitter battle. Royal Laotian troops and Meo tribesmen were forced to retreat -after the Reds blasted the Loyalists positions with artillery barrages and then assaulted the town with infantry forces. Peace talks in Geneva have halted as a result but president retains hopes for negotiations. (NEA Telephoto) CD Survival Class Reviews Red Aims A discussion on Communism and disaster survival will be held" in what its aims are opened the 12- the library of Del Rio High hour course in disaster survival SchooL \ ^ V f Wednesday night in the annex of* The discussion topic will ^ b« the Del Rio High School with'"Your Civil ,DefeMe,""and^ Tjrffl Paul W. Stimson as the lecturer. • include national plans wit* ,* film ' Stimson was introduced by War-,and discussion OB chemical and ren Long, assistant to Mayor A.'biologicaj warefare, '};•-> "&j "°. C. Kennedy, who is director of; Radiation and iU effect! u wiM Civil Defense in Del Rio. jbe shown in a. film ,«t U»Mtht> Stimson also discussed the atom meeting. v . ^ bomb and the 'thermonuclear! The course ^31,** bomb before showing a film on I next week wit* tectare* the hydrogen bomb. |day and Thursday * .7-, Tonight the second session in'the DRHS librmry. , '*\ r..

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