Abilene Reporter News, January 25, 1962

Abilene Reporter News

January 25, 1962

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Issue date: Thursday, January 25, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1962, Abilene, Texas Qflfje Abilene Reporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 81ST YEAR, NO. 222 ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS" U.S. Asks Four-Point OAS Cuban Attack Auorialrd Prru Burke Mol Objecting To Censors WASHINGTON (AP) Adm. Arleigh A. Burke lestified today the Kennedy administration ve- toed the draft of a mnjor speech he proposed (o make, and later disclosed lhe action "in such a manner as lo indicate I was dy- ing to get away wilh something, which I wasn't." Burke said he had submitted the text of the proposed speech to the White House and office of the secretary of defense for clear- ance, and was told it "was nol clearable." Later, he said, "much to my surprise" he read newspaper slorics allributed lo the office of Arthur Sylvester, an assistant sec- retary of defense for informalion. disclosing lhat the speech lexl had been rejected, and that he had had lo wrile and deliver a differ- ent speech. Bui-ke said the incident was last year while he was chief of naval operations. He is now retired. He said he didn'l object to lhe "fact I had had a speech com- pletely censored." "What 1 did object lo was re- leasing this information lo Ihe press in such a manner as to indi- cale I was frying lo gel away wilh lomething, which 1 wasn't." Burke told the slory at lhe Sen- ate inquiry into charges lhal mili- tary officers have been muzzled against making anti-Communist statements. he had said that Vie never felt he was through review or censorship of his speeches. "I have no objection lo il all." Burke said of the long-stand-; ing requirement that speeches hel submitted lo advance review to assure they are in accord with na- tional policy and disclose no mili- tary secrets. "The imporlant thing is to see lhal our officials must have as- surance lhal (heir public speeches do not do injury or harm to our national Burke said. Colombia Urges Sterner ns PUKTA DEL ESTE, Uruguay est punishment of Cuba in the United Stales, blasting1 form of a collective break in re- Cuban and world communism inflations, on Ihc one hand; and the a slashing attack, called urgently-small but influential go-slow or ;oday for a collective Latin-Anier-'do-noihing blocs led by Brazil, can counterattack against Argentina, on lhe Minister Fidel Caslrc's Kcd.other, spearhead. j The speech suggested llw United: To turbulent applause, U.S. Soc-'Statcs had held some of its fire; rctary of Slale Dean Husk urgedipurposely to test thc atmosphere 19 other American foreign asm-lain what maximum i isters, silling in judgment onjean expected here. Cuba, lo drum lhe Castro regime1 asked the OAS foreign oul of bodies of the Organization mlinistcl's to a four-pronged j of American Stales. attack evidently icprescnting His speech reflected heavy lhe United Slates now con- sure here for a compromise bc-lsi'dei's it expect out of this Iwcen those advocating the stern-'.conference More il ends next1 week. Husk proposed that the inter- j American foreign ministers: 1. Declare Caslro communism I is incompatible with the inter-! Ameiican system. j 2. Exclude lhc Havana govern-' mcnl from participalion in agen- cies of the Organization of Amer- Slates. snirtl I''lu' Western Hemisphere' trade with Cuba, especially traf- fic in arms. 4. .Set in motion individual' and collective defense measures. had been influenced in part by; jns( formj of- a discussion of the situation jmljrecl President Kennedy. Amounted against lhc hemi-i yarborough, 58. ran for nor and lost three times, despilef .'.Tho (imc has conle [o, tnc strong liberal and labor support. Amel-ic.m republics lo unite Twice his opponent was Allan communisl intervention Shivers and the third time present jn Mj. hcmisphci.Ci-. Rusk Yarborough Won't Run WASHINGTON (API Ken. Ralph Yarborough. D-Tex., today he would not he a candi- date for governor of Texas. The senator said his decision UNION Sam Franklin of. Clyde holds a sign saying "Local Union 920 of lhe IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) protests the the payment of wages below negoliatcd scale by Employees Electric." He was picketing in Westgate Shopping Center Thursday morning. Behind him the sign declares the shopping center's opening in August with a list of the future lenants. Officials of Associated General Contractors said (lie pickets came as a surprise. IBEW also is picketing the Harclin-Simmons University Student Union site and Downtown Shopping Center project. At lhe Downtown property they arc joined by members of (he Carpenters Union and Plumbers and SteamfiUers Union. (Staff Photo) 'Missing7 Impact Bill Is Located 3 Construction Jobs Picketed Price Daniel defeated him. fn 1957, he von a special elec- tion to the Senate in a "sudden death" election in which 23 cancli- dales ran. lie won for s full term in 19S8, meaning his term will ex- pire in 1965. Yarbormigh could have run for, ithc governor's office and retained his .Senate seat losi. NEWS INDEX SECOND SHOWING The second trial of Mrs. Katherine Jacob, foreground, accused of showing an allegedly obscene movie, "Nol Tonight opened in Corporation Court Thursday morning. The first trial ended in a hung jury Jan. 16. Corporation Judge Don Wilson, background, is presiding at the trial. (Staff Photo by Henry Wolff Jury, 100 Spectators See That Movie1 in Retrial Contractors on Athene's to his contract." Wails saitj. 'jtown Shopping Center, now under j Shiflei: partner in Shiflet -'construction, were heiog Const.'Co.. Heum-lrr-News Austin Bureau 'Thursday morning by three local isme Earlier Slory. Pg. I-B aid he was not there was a full whether AUSTIN' That missing tiill.uiaons. and uiie of lhe unions c' carpenters "n duly at the spokesmen insist their ln -unvalidatc" Impact was foundlhact pickets at the W'estgate or not- when "e was rtelegalion came here wilh no Thursday morning., .ping Center and Hardin shortly after arriving at U.S. fixed goals. They say they con-i u locked up in tlie filing'mons University Student Union sidcr that if the program islcabinct of Mrs. Maltha Turner..landing sites. adopted il will represent a slrongid-.e Senate's calendar clerk. sland in condemning and Mrs. of Members of the International "lc nt'J' ing lo quarantine Castroism. It was weaker Ihe stand center. navc contncteii our attor- ;1IK' l''e AGC Shit- llaken by Colombia, or aiound to having ils public i by all" itic Central on the bill by Sen. David ______Islnlcs. but there had been little Uatliff. (hope from the outset thai a big1 But lhe bill could not be found. le hume lor Ilie (lav. lhe: _ Senate Jurisprudence Committee jTtnirsday morning protestin; 'what they said was below sealery paid by Employees Elec- lei said. He said Ida! Ihe carpenters un- had not contacted him. al- though it was his understanding that there had been some discus- sion with Hugh :.of AGC in Abilene. SECTION To Your GooJ Health Sporti SECTION B HOf! FlRl'CE Staff Writer jby knowingly showing an A Corporation Court jury im- scene" film on Dec. 3, Icily's movie censorship ordinance i court recessed to the theater. 'ob- Beverly Tarplcy. Jacob's attorney, objected lo the film be- submitted as evidence, ns she Feed page Editorial Comrct Radio-TV TV R.pcrt luilneu Ntw 13 13 M-I5 2-3 4 'HI I l IIC i II U LlII H> III ii.: i..y i iv v n.j .MH_ I'OSOUlllOn Ul "CltlfJ iUl IU I 1. J II.IXL v_i iji.Hfii. in. I s. ['i i I VIJLlUJf 1.1112 cd thc'a hung jury. 4-2 for conviction ir> lllc first trial. Judge diplomatic cornice-. Peeling against Shif-.hours or Mages on thc project, 'ol Jacob. Tiie retrial was lo Wilson again overruled her Cuba immediately. "J-p j, com lcl r tiiuds days left it takes. i .Tfl loniKhl. t nilav, t m Mi-ih. niifsciy fifiiitiv a hardy bill to get tinough even it is The Senatej Thursday npor.ed debate on the' bill of lhc session, the .proposal to regulate intere.-t rales- loan companies. Indications are thai at least davs may consiimfd by the "We feel that he is no', living amf f'nd r.si to in s'lulhr. in to TV. M'l-.KATrKKS s oo fi Ort TQXCI Poid 7 M 5" no M i n r.i Claimed U 12-tn ANTONIO 'car's he vowed last fall Dispeople nie Snrine i'ax payments nre made. ho would make another try lhis so that I _ r.__ l___.1 t ,.niA Dig Spring. dipt. way lo make nn accurate esti mate of the dollar loss in the bur- News glaries and Bate jobs.'but he esli- of a wel-rtry elcc- ition this year. lint he said lhis ARREST, Pg. Cd. 1 'week ii going lo wait awhile of a election in. iH'titions must have on a pclilinn seeking the wet-dryjpnifin to get the people of Abilene With hot races coming in sigiiauir.-s Irmn '1'r, cent vote. btiy poll taxes is lieing rmwliyiiy. county and stale total vote cast in tno lasi Dry forces are sparing no announcements al various-plus at least two bond issues, in- gutiernaltiu.nl elcrtion. lo gel poll taxes paid, loo, as they (churches and Ihrough church in voting may soar. low voles were casl m lne city. ;

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