Abilene Reporter News, January 28, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1962, Abilene, Texas SUNDAYZ\)t Abilene Reporter-JLehtf"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOE^^«* eyx3i nr? lAV 3 'O'3 VCOV 9908*9 03 *nVSm5w m MOW in 81ST YEAR. NO. 225ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1962—FIFTY-TWO PAGES IN HV*È SECTIONS A*sorint*'d Prp»a (/P) Demo Purcell Wins House Seat Easily U. S. Hoping To Gel Moon Photographs SENATOR REVIEWS TALK — I . S. Sen. Thomas Dodd of Connecticut, center, discusses his foreign policy address on communism with Jim Miller man, right, chairman of the Abilene Javcees Local and State Affairs ( ommittee, and committeeman Boone Powell. (Staff photoi Asks Anti See related story Pg. •'A Bv LANE TALBURT Roportfr-Nfwü Staff Writer ________ United States foreign policy Connecticutl advised here Satur-makers must scrap the “patch- day night. work foreign policy of the past”j The Democratic selon also the and adopt a ‘‘consistent long-range charged that United Nations in- bringing GOLDSTONE TRACKING STATION. Calif. C\P> — The United States’ wayward Ranger 3 sped across the black void of space Saturday with no chance of making its planned rendevous with the moon. But scientists still hoped the off-course spacecraft—which took off too fast for its own good from Cape Canaveral, Fla., Friday — would get close enough to obtain useful photographs of the lunar surface. If the 727-pound instrument-and-! camera laden space tourist is ac-, curately obeying radio commands from this desert tracking station, scientists said Ranger would: 1 Cross the moon s orbital path —at a distance of about 25,000 miles from the moon—late Sunday morning; . , ,    „»I    2. Start taking television pic- tion, particularly among those o' lur,.s on a sicna, from Golrt. the Kantanga province.    stone, that can be seen by scien- “lt will be a long time until Usts here; the people of that area will    forgive    3 Hurtle on    through    space. UN    and the free world for    eventually going    into    solar orbit , ,    .    _ „am    roughly similar    to    the    earth’s that dreadful    murdri    *_________ Policy ___„    ______________ _____ -- „ that United Nations ... nringing mai areuuim muiuc.    arQund    the    sun program aimed at the expansion tervention in the strife-torn Con- about,” Sen. Dodd told approxi    ,t    o',    wa.    i of Irccdom and defeat of com- go ha. left "deep scar, among mately 50(1 persons attending the v . a ^nda-ated Itan Jr 3 sgjfinsj!?. "■ - -    -    “■- ansA tjst »£ skm .«sttrsu Meissner Loses By 9,759 Votes WICHITA FALLS — Graham B    .    77 ,    '    .    See related story. picture, Pc. 9-A Purcell, a Democrat in the tradi    in tion of Vice President Lyndon'    ....    .    »    .    ,u i.on vi    .    lit is the home county of both Johnson and the late House Speaker Sam Rayburn, captured a candidates and has approximate- seat in the U.S. House of Pepre ly a third of the vote strength of sentatives Saturday night.    the district. Purcell, for whom President    reports    indicated that only Kennedy issued a plea to voters tw0 counties out of the 19 in the of this sprawling North Central district went Republican, both by Texas 13th Congressional District.¡small margins They were Harde* I beat Republican Joe Meissner, man and Cooke I 36, in a special runoff election. J    district never has gone Re* | Meissner pegged his campaign to publican a solid conservative viewpoint. Meissner campaigned With wily about 70 votes uncount pjatform of conservatism, ed. vote tabulations were stopped for the night with Purcell leading j, Meissner by 23.819 to 14,060. on a IN MEXICO School auditorium. K's Son-in-Law Criticizes U. S. ¡and its speed was 5,418 m.p.h. It .    _    ___was gradually losing speed be- A member of the Senate horeign cause 0f earth’s gravitational Affairs Committee, the lawmaker pujj briefly touched on the Congo situa- Ranger 3 is the united States’ tion during a question-and-answer fjrst attempt to take closeup pic-session following his half-hou’ 1 tures of the moon, dress. Dodd narrowly escaped ®| A Soviet lunar vehicle photobeat mg at the hands of tongo!e>ejgrapbed the moon from a distance soldiers in Elizabethvilie recently. ;0f several thousand miles in 1959. Also sharing speaking duites disclosing a portion of the never-during the day-long Abilene Jay* before-seen rear, or dark, side of seminar the moon. Purcell led Meissner 8.960 votes to 6,740 in a Dec. 16 election which |led to the runoff, Three other Meissner conceded defeat at 9 30 Democrats received 10.939 ballots, p m. Saturday in his contest with Then, Meissner was the only Re-Purcell.    publican. However.    Meissner    said.    *‘I    The only Republican House may be asking your support again j member from Texas has been soon.”    | Bruce Alger of Dallas. John Tow* His statement could be taken to or. a Wichita Falls Republican, mean that he will be a candidate1 won a Senate seat in another again this year for the House in special election last year against the primaries and general election Sen. William Blakiey. in which Purcell almost must seek Purcell campaigned largely on ¡confirmation    of his    victory.    a party basis in this predominant- The vote    count    left    no    doubt    to Democratic district. He called tha* the district had elected the himself « Democrat without re* 42-year-old Purcell from the mo- servation in the» tradition of the ment the first returns flowed in. House Speaker Sam Rayburn by~space project officials after his orbit flight was |ell ted at the siart and    ^ V^cePmtot Lyndon J,hn- postponed at Cape Canaveral, Fla., Satuidav. (AP Saturday night’s results assured j Meissner, following Tower’s Wirephoto)    ¡Kennedy of two additional House successful tactics, said little about I votes more in line with the ad- being a Republican. He campaign* ministration viewpoints than that ed instead on the claim that he of the southern Democrats* block is a conservative and Purcell a Kennedy picks up the second sup- liberal. porter Tuesday in Texas’ 4th Dis-i Meissner is a businessman He jtrict when two administration resigned from the City Council to ■Democrats are in a similar spe make the race Purcell is district cial election runoff.    judge here. He hired other judges A victory for Meissner would to hear his cases while he cam-have the upset of history in this paigned. ■■H ÎÊÊÊêÎÊê WELCOME — Astronaut John H Glenn Jr. is greeted Clouds Stop Space Flight See related story, Pg, 9-A 13th Congressional District because it has never gone GOP The Democratic as a whole district remained even when Texas The winner must seek the office again this year in the regular primaries and general election. The special election was call* WASHINGTON (API - Mndl Officials «id the Pres,(tent is Zk *7luZ'Yr'\-i<e pres,.\The proposed Ranger 3 photo-! CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla IP- Adzhubei, son-in-law of Soviet gladI of an opportunity to talkw    of    the chriatian Anti-Corn* graphs would be of a dark sec- U. s plan- to rocket astronaut      -    -    llir    ^liU    ^uvu    «a*    va»* Premier Khrushchev, managed to Adzhubei next luesday because    Crugade; lstvan Krisk0t tion adjacent to the area photo- fohn H. Glenn Jr . into lifeless    w    ihiru.    op.    went for Republicans Dwight D tfUn Frank ikard. a Demo* stir up a ripple of annoyance m it gives him a c nance, as onefmmer Hungarian    “Freedom I graphed by the SovieU*Uimk III.'space and three times around the rnat    *    ”    "    *    j    Eisenhower    in    two    presidential crat resigned to take an oil assoc* official Washington Saturday, informant said to rtate some r.. ^ ^ ^ ^    Ranger, a multimillion dollar world were frustrated Saturdayjerations director for Project «»-¡ejections and for Republican John iaUon three days before his luncheon j plain facts in plain words with ^ in{, Dr John w DrakefordJ space craft sponsored h\ |h# by a low-lying, leaden cloud blank ¡cuiy, after consultation with a Tower for the Senate eight months    - wuh President Kennedy.    ¡the thought that Adzhubei will re- 'diology professor at Southwest-1Aeronautics and Space et.    special,    three-man    weather    team.iago.    pi rrTIAM The editor of Izvestia who re- port the conversation to Khrush - ^ BaptistVoiogical Seminary j Administration, was to have land* After spending five tours and The postponement was mA*** todays canchdates are|    tUtl    IUIN ccntly interviewed Kennedy, is on ehev.    ed on the moon 66 hours utior ...    ...    .    -    r..u.    1    ,.i.i    .    .    .    .    Wichita    l    a    s    candidates a Western Hemisphere trip with Adzhubei might also throw somt ed on the moon 66 hours aiter launching. WEATHER in Fort Worth. his wife. Rada.    light on the disappearance of    Do<ld    asserted    that    I    S Reports from Mexico City say former Foreign Minister V. M 1()!e|Sn P°bcy is tailing m t that when Adzhubei arrived there Molotov, but diplomatic officials Cl,ia *ar Thursday he made a statement did not hold much ho{M? on this    Same    Roof to the Mexican press to the effect i>oitit.    “Freedom    and communism..... that he knew and liked Americans The> pointed out. however, that    cannot co-exist together under the but has found them to be greedy-Adzhubei's trip, like Saturday’s    same roof, and the Communists    . H| people who have everything. news of the obliteration of Molo    will not permit us to exist apart    m>im*-F«»r jo    !cio»ib    '.'.nT'mid    later Furthermore, according to re- tov’s name from towns, streets    from them if thev ran help it To    ^“1«,    Sunday1’nig^it Sut»    «    htgi    M«n°    At a news conferenre Saturday ports sent back to Washington, and buildings, is new evidence of do so will result in their own    70.....  .      .    afternoon    National    Aeronau    u    - power undoing. S. Dl f ARTMl NT O» (OMHTR4 E Wf XTHER HI KIM i    Mip,    P>|r    il-A> AR1LFVE AVD VICIMTV (Radiu« 40 13 minutes atop a fully loaded and highly «pl^ive    ic,    and    space    AtomUtr.t.on er, a weary tot still smiling    T,lt. Glenn returned to his special ¡quarters where he said simply:    SPACE.    Pg.    9-A, Col. 3 “Well, there’ll be another day.' — j That day won’t come before next Thursday or Friday, maybe The postponement was announced by the National Aeronaut- purceu iSSued a formal victory a* statement declaring: 10 a.m. This was followed 50    **i    see    today’s victory as an- RETURNS sent back to Adzhubei said the United States Krushchev preeminent pense of Latin America. For ex ample, he said Mexieo had lost Texas to the United States ju.m as Russia had lost Alaska. lake his father-in law, Adzhubei has a reputation for being out spoken. When he interviewed Kennedy late last year, he spent mort time making statements on Soviet policy and criticizing US policy than he did in, asking questions Kennedy welcomed the interview,’tow ever, because it was to be published in izvestia, giving the President an unprecedented opfKirtunity to put across his views to Russian readers, n the Soviet ruling group. NEWS INDEX SECTION A Obituaries _____ 2 Oil news .... 10 SECTION B Amuitmcnlt . . , .....4, 5 Dyess Pik Paqc . . . .......6 Radio-TV logs ...... 7 TV Scout ____ 7 Editorials ... 8 SECTION C Women's news . . . 1-12 SECTION D Sports news ..... 14 Book news ..... 9 Church news..... ...... 9 Form news ...... 19 “The long and gloomy series of to **> NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS - Kâiri”'A    Arlmm.tfratinn nffiiClMs Sunday through Mondav Slightly Tughei and sp8t e Admsnisir.nioil oiiivku. Hftrrmioa i*nï|Mpralur*‘<. High Sund«> 60 NORTHWEST TEXAS ....    _______ ithmugh Monday. Sii« ht I y waimer Sunday .    ,    ......-*.........—^ uhtly wanner Sunday tu„AI!.,u L-rtd-lv overwhelming •*n,i Sonda> night and in south portion inn»UL,n rii i MoHdiy. High Sunday 61 to 69    ~ r air A Uttla warmer 70 Free World defeats, incredible in ¡the face of our superiority in wealth and in pow sot thwest Texas er, has resulted from our refusal thÂ^uih.,KMV.Αdf;v ’    ,    witn high to to accept these truths as the bases    tewperati    kes tor our poltt7." he maintained. Dodd said the Communists have reaffirmed their intentions to de-; stroy the western bloc by a thous-l and words and deeds. “Yet our policy has consistently refused to recognize both the utter irreconcilability between said the Navy recovery forces re Fair Sunday ported they couid remain at sta Saturday a.m. Ia 4SI ............ I 43 . .......... 43 ____________ 40 ....... 3» .. 37 ........... 36 ..... ..... H _____ 38 .......... 41 . 4« 90 .. High anif low 54 and 1 00 2 00 J i«i 4 00 Saturday j» rri 57 ' 4 i 38 7:00 ........ 8 00 ____ 4 .00 ____... 10:00   — 11 (10    .      — 12 00 foi 34 h..ur* ending 27 P m      ™ Communism    and    Western    civiliza-    High and i<>* um« dau-    ia#i    m u tion    and    the    compulsive    necessity,“sun»«! ia«t night n&t,    mmrtm i«<i*y 17.36 Minaet tonight    6 (>8. Hamm»*ter reading    at 4    p m    ; 3» *t, Humidity a pni, See DODD. Pg, 9-A, Col, 6 CASTRO CALLED OUTLAW Latin Meeting Still Deadlocked “The attempted launch is now suilday scheduled for not earlier than Thur«lay. Feb. 1, or Friday, Feb.! 2, depending on technical evaluate m cd llu spat r ■ 1 ait ami iaum h | vehicle serving requirements,” the ! NASA added In any case, there was an unfavorable wealher report extending over the next 48 hours. Tins was the fifth postponement since Dee, 20 and the dismally diappointing end to a week that was supposed to have been lto greatest in U.S. space hi-torv Probably nobody was more disappointed than the 40-year-old astronaut himself His friends said he had been anxiously awaiting the “go” signal. ! At Palm Beach where he is Poll To«e* Paid Exemptions Claimed Total 1961 Polls, Exempts Record (1960 Deadline 8,235 3,711 11,946 16 196 24,513 Jan. 31 other in a series for our President and our party. Make no mistakes about this. “The people of Texas, like the people of the United States, want our country to move ahead—to take leadership in statesmanship, the quest for real peace, the con quest of space, “And, more important today, perhaps Uo move ahead in* the quest for freedom and economic well being in areas of the world under threat of Communist infiltration and Com muni si imperialism ’’ At least two counties in the district gave the Republican the lead But Purcell's lead in vote heavy Wichita County was 8,534 to 4,778 County Meissner Purcell Archer 276 1011 Baylor 222 782 Clay 466 1075 Cooke 1327 1076 Denton 16S3 2203 Foard 98 427 Hardeman 570 490 Haskell 191 988 Jack 532 611 Kent 45 175 King 15 76 Knox 329 860 Montague 685 1310 Stonew all 51 134 Thnckmorton 154 407 Wichita 4778 8554 Wilbarger Î108 1329 Wise 524 931 ¡Young 1036 1378 14,060 23819 Rumors and Filings Pour Fuel on Political Flames By WII.BFHT W1GGS Reporter-\i-ws Si.»11 Writer ¡served five terms They are Allen cLson this week on the possibility Bv SAM SUMMERLIN out of the inter American family Rusk, leading the drive foi tough »4) days or more lot a committee uU ht ,))H PUNT A DEL ESTE, I ruguay Apparently the only point agreed action against Castro, told report- study of how to go ibout ousting    lu.M, (AP/ — The inter-Amenc.m for* (o hy tj„. ministers so far is i ers ^rst week s deliberations ¡Cuba from OAS agencies,    piene    S eign minWer» (VMd Saturday  ......  Ca,tro night to brand hidel t astro s    c    ailP, had achieved progress. He ex* The impression was growing in night to brand Fidel Castro’s ' "pj” Vu Jision Saturday rnght t confidence the delegates conference circles that a pro-’ommunist regime a hemisphere |)1)>lu<1 back tw« days the dead- during the weekend will be able|longed deadlock may make it outlaw, hut a deadlock on ho“' to : punish Cuba forced them to extend their conference by two days. line for presenting resolutions that ran be included in the (mat conference declaration the Ito draft separate declarations would include points obtain- to dear up what he called i»‘w [Hunts still unsettled. runrmi M«-y .aiauuii.    Tht*    (TUX    Of    the    deflate    caUSlBg    OfIC -------   .    -        -    , Weary delegates, hoping to wind    oni!in.a    ymetahle of the the deadlock is a policy declara- ng general approval, such as the looking iorw rd to the next *U<>t up business Monday, voted a 48-    *»    ,lf)n    by    lho    {    niled    States    incompatibility oi the Havana re- she had had a busy s /»* n hour extension after failing in ef- ‘    . .    and 12 other members reading gime with the inter-American sys* what wltb I lk ng to to:    ' Ir.’^ilrtTTrrrn-lr todl“» ih.r.1 MrMCht Ume by Saturday Cuba out of the Orwuu/ai.un of ten.    telephone    »    h, thai would hi actepiame an»    lt.(ion    Thm were too American States    But    disputed    points,    such    as    spacecraft and receivi Al^*2b^rvm'«arid the any previous *4-hour «Unaions lor But a aeven nafton t««aty bloc, .mmediate step, to, expul.ion from \.er Vm -Vnl    ,,d M hffirnmr” Aw* cause an prosentmg reaoluUon. to be- in- led by BraiU and Mexico, -tut. end the »wheat»« of sancttons Lyndon B Johnson ¡weekending. President Kennedy    Political talk and candidates watctosl live prelaunch prepara j—both active and rumored were lions on television. He was not»- picking up quantity and monu ri tied oi the postponement two min- ?um in Taylor (ounty "us week utes before the formal announce* end as the t ling deadline of Feb e,    » approached Pierre Salinger, the President’s    Four    Democratic    primary press secretary said Kennedy ex races appeared likely May a pressed disappointment at the Taylor County, »F ir other coun-^    .    news. And the President was not tie* see page 1-BU And two necessary for the opposing groups a|0ne. ,    November cutoi sts appeared In \rlington, Va . Mrs Glenn piobahle, since one Republican an-was reported disappointed but n«mc»d he would run and another ss Hai es county Glenn, who resigned last year as county court-at-law judge; Jabe Pratt, an advertising man and Kudora Hawkins, rt*ured West Texas Utilities otticial * troller’s office official here has entend ito Democratic primary n contest for the Pi,ice 2 Henne »pot who» F.d Templeton. ,»n Ahílate druggist, has announced as >f his candid: Three canda the race îor of them, ineu ates alst) were n st ite Senate Tw® nLent Sen. David Ratliff of Stamford, and Rep True« Latimer of \hilene have tiled with tto Democratic county ch.urman here A third candidate Dallas Perkins, mayor of Impact, said he would enter the rare tot had not filed bv the end nneV^Dlit hit ween 13 nations led eluded in the final conference tmnily oi>|H»se.s quick •» -ttftn. The againit Cuba, could be cont.uned The,»ere .«    ‘‘Yhm:    Itetnot-raU    alreatlv    lutvi'for    one    ot fh* f*o le*«l»t.»e    A,i,uly,    >».«,:    Atm,,« by the United States that geek declaration    seven    argue there is novv ,,w    *    byg^^»ns    under    to°toich    here some of whom had,tossed    their hats in the ring for spot* Brown «aid f!?end*    attorney, «anl he 1» noi icady to tough aetion against Castro and a. The meeting,    originally ached- basis in Ute charter ol the    < AS sored    b>    In. IJ n.a.ms    un    k.    urging him to run, but that    he wmnill himself hut adn itt«l he ,ew-n nation gLasy bloc    Uled    to    end Monday, no« proba- for evlctlo« of an oft,-acting mem- 1 s le.aler1 ho t«« votes camped out nubl.    ^    ^    ^    (>> ^ noi yet made- up his mind The dispute centers on how and bly will umd up Wednetdey. ber    uoucll»■    »>“''boinon    t:he numtxi    ■ih.nidecision uu*’'Kcp. Traeu Latimer, »tip haaKos* »aid he would reack a di- when to thro» the Castro regime, U. S. Secretary el Slate Dean] They »anl a delay ol perhapsinceded ter (MS action.    I    the    postponement    Occi»    >P. were delaying his dtn >iun. are Ukeiy    in    the 14- 24th District    tor    both ot waited in his I’aylot County's legislative poMs iiul    i»*t    the Ntate senate    A con '»    i    is    rumored tor    the    county judge po%t being v an estimated 75.0U0 Ingalsb# the G«JP candidate lor that «eat Three other Democrats an being widely rumored us potentia candidates for tto Legislature May Hun ¡valed by Kccvi Rose, talked to the week Whik Riiy Nkaggs. former district clerk and investments ex* iHUtive. is the only announced candidate for county judge Noble Robert    G.    • Bob*    Chappell,    an    Btorris real estate dealer who attorney,    may    be    a    candidate    tor Place t, while Raleigh Brown ^ an attorney, and Earl Glenn a of was unsuccessful in trying to un-Judge Ingalsbe tour year» ago, revealed he ha- been vn-contractnr, are being t.uUgated to am »ig-t/n and will as potential candidate* a tk-vision slmrlly toe POLlltCN, Pg. tot. » ;

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