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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1962, Abilene, Texas gfoflene SUNDAY "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOETJ 81ST YEAR, NO. 225 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, PAGES IN FtVf; SECTIONS Aaocinted Prea (IP) Demo Purcell Wins House Seat Easily SENATOR REVIEWS TALK U. S. Sen. Thomas Dodd of. Connecticut, center, discusses his foreign policy address on communism wilh Jim right, chairman of Ihe Abilene Jaycees-Local and State Affairs Committee, and commit- teeman Boone Powell. (Staff photo) Dodd Asks New Anti-Red Policy U. S. Hoping To Gel Moon Photographs j GOLDSTONE TRACKING STA- (TtON. Calif. 'API The United 'States' wayward Ranger 3 sped i across the black void of space [Saturday with no chance of mak- ing its planned rendcvous wilh Ibe moon. Rut scientists Mil! hoped the off- course took off too fast for its own good from Cape Canaveral. Fla.. Friday would get close enough to obtain' useful photographs of (he lunar- surface. i If (he 727-pound instrument-ami-! camera laden space tourist is ac-' curatcly obeying radio commands I from (bis desert tracking scientists said Ranger would: j 1. Cross Ibe moon's orbital path a distance of about 25.000! miles from the Sunday morning: i By LAN'E TALBfRT Repurler-N'cws Staft Writer United States foreign policy related slorj Pg. 6-A Connecticut! advised here makers must scrap the "patch- day night. work foreign policy of Hie past" The Democratic and adopl a "consistent long-range solon (ion. pirlicularly among (hose off, 2 television pic-, [lures, on a signal from Gold- the Kf.ntanga province. can sccn by 'iur-i "H will be a long time unlil'lists here: (the people of lh.it area will forgive! 3. Jiurlle on llirough alsojlhe UN and the free world going into solar orbit. i charged that United Nations lhat d.-cadful murder: program aimed at the expansion lervenlion in the strite-torn son Dodd told approxi of freedom ancj defeat of com-igo has lefl "deep scars" persons attending the session of the Facts for Sen. Thomas Dodd of'the inhabitants ot the African nn-! similar to the earth's! J orbit around the sun. When computer data was IN MEXICO K's Son-in-Law Criticizes U. S. Freedom Seminar in Abilene High School auditorium. A member of the Senate Foreign fnmminr.n of lhe s gravj last analyzed, it indicated Ranger 3 hart traveled 100.398 statue miles, and its speed was 5.418 m.p h It be- Affairs Commiltec, the briefly touched on the Cojigo situa- ipull. Ranger 3 is (he United States lo take closeup pic moon, lunar vehicle photo- lion during a session following his half-hour of dress. Dodd narrowly escaped a A ILL J I OIH iUl lulkm PIIUIU- beating at the hands of Congolese (he maon f soldiers in Elizabcthville recently. of Ecvcral milos in ,959 j Also sharing speaking duitesjdisclosing a portion of the never- during the day-long Abilene Jay-jbeforc-seen rear, or dark, side of WASHINGTON (AP) Alcxeii Officials said the President anti-communism moon. Adzhubci. son-in-law of Sovieljglad of an opportunity to talk with w- P' SI rube Jr., vice presi- The proposed Ranger 3 CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. W Premier Kluiishchev. managed toUdzhitbei next Tuesday ot 'J1e Cnrisl'nn would be of a dark S. lo rocket .islroumil WELCOMK Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. is greeted by space project officials after his orbit flight was postponed at Cape Canaveral, Fla., Saturday. (AP Wirephoto) Clouds Stop I I III See related slory. Pg. 9-A stir up a ripple of annoyance in official Washington Saturday. gives him a chance, as Oncllminism Crusade; Istvan Krisko, former Hungarian "Freedom informant said, to "slate some, three days before his luncheon plain facts in plain words" wilhIF'ehle1'" who llow livcs in Hous- Ihc thought thai Adr.hubei will rn..ton- nml Dr w> Drakeford, lion adjacent to Ihe area pholo-ijohn II. Glenn Jr.. into lifeless' graphed hy the Soviets' Lunik lll.ispace and three times around thej Ranger, craft imade by Waller C. Williams, op-. Meissner Loses By Votes i j WICHITA FALI.S Graham B.. I Purcell. a Democrat in the tradi ,Scc rel'M P'cUire. PB. n-.V ilion of Vice President Lyndon1 Johnson and the late House ls tilc home o! both er Sam Kayburn, captured ar.d has approximate- .seat in the U.S. House of Pepre-jly a third of the vole sirensth of sentativc-s Saturday night. district. Purcell. for whom President( Late rcporU indicated that Kennedy issued a plea lo voters'lwo counties out of Ihc is ir. the ,of this sprawling North Central district u-er.t Republican, both by Texas 13th Congressional margins. They were Itarde- beal Republican Joe and Cooke in a special runoff election.! The district never has Re- pegged bis campaign 'a solid conservative viewpoint, i i Moissncr campaisned
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