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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1962, Abilene, Texas Abilene 'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES W E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron BIST YEAR, NO. 226 EX-CONVICT CHARGED Sen. Smalley's Daughter Held ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS KANSAS CITY, Mo. ex-convict was held today on a federal- charge of kidnaping the daughter of a New Mexico stale senator. The man, Kichard Chnrles Ban- ish, 2-t, of Cupertino, Calif., said he went along., (o protect ihe woman after another man abduct- ed her at knifepoint in Albuquer- que Saturday. Wanda Smalley, 23, daughter of Glenn Flight Rescheduled For Thursday CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. (AP) Mercury officals say Ihe next attempt to rocket astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. three times erourxl the world will come no earlier than Thursday. Thus, today may have dawned T minus 73 huurs for the Marine a f car mto a Parking lot. Sen. and Mrs. I. M. Smalley of Dcming, N. M., was found un- harmed in Kansas City. She had been brought here in her c.ir. Danish said the other man, known to him only as Robert or Bob. wanted lo go lo Iowa bul left Ibcm after Banish refused to go farther than Kansas Cily. Banish said he promised Miss Smaltey he would lake her home, and he took her to a Western Union office EO she could tele- phone her mother for money. Mrs. Smalley notified New Mcx ico officers and Kansas City po- lice found the daughter and Ban- ish waiting in Ihe Weslern Union office The Federal Bureau of Investi- gation entered the case but de- clined lo disclose any details of an interview with Miss Smallcy and hcr mother, who flew to Kan- sas Cily Sunday night. Banish talked freely to report- ers at Ihe city jail. lie said he met the man, Bob, a few days ago in New Mexico and they were together in a car when Bob suggested they follow lieutenant colonel who sat more than five hours in the wailing spacecraft Saturday before weath- er forced a postponement. Glenn, 40, attended Sunday services in Riverside Presbyterian Church at Cocoa Beach, and told the Rev. Charles E. Pfeiffcr when he left, back." "Don't worry, I'll be Otherwise Glenn was busy with preparations for his trip. Before church he attended an evaluation Associated Press (IP) Council Agrees To Ban Castro Castro Lauds Soviet Help With Revolt PRESIDENT'S GUESTS Alexei Adzhubei, son-in- law of Soviet PremiDr Khrushchev, and his wife, Rada, arrive in Mexico City last week from Cuba. Adzhubei, editor of the Soviet newspaper Izvestia, and his wife will be luncheon guests of President Kennedy at the White House Tuesday. (AP Wirephoto) "We had never seen her before, bul she was a very beautiful Banish said. didn't knov; what he was going to do unlil gol oul of the car and walked over to her car and told her to move over. He nulled oul a knife and J could see tliat she was scared. "I knew righl then I should call the police bul 1 was afraid if I left he might kill her." Bob had said he was. wanted in Los Angeles for kidnap and In the afternoon Banish related, and Ihreat- suit and [o 1Iiss Smalley. His own record, Banish said, includec; a 21-monlh term in a federal institution at Lompoc, Calif., for interstate shipment of through an hour-long practice mis- lion in the space trainer. Rocket and spacecraft crews worked on the Alias booster it. They also went through a dress rehearsal of Ihe last critical hours of Ihe launch-day countdown. AH systems were reported checking out well. The critical problem at this stage again seemed to be the weather. Will clouds or winds over this missile base prevent the j Atlas from being launched by limiting the visibility or making the few unsteady moments of the rocket's liftoff dangerous? Will heavy seas, primarily in rocker and the Friendship 7 ftlop stolen goods. He was paroled 10 months ago, he said, and broke the parole by leaving California. House Selects Loan Shark Panel AUSTIN (AP) The House named its five members of a con- ference committee on Ihe loan shark bill today. The appoint- ment of Senate conferees was de- layed by a minor filibuster. Speaker James Turman named Reps. Criss Cole of Houston, Don Kennard of Fort Worth, Malcolm McGregor of El Paso. Vernoii Stewart of Wichita Falls and Ter- ry Townscnd of Brady as con- ferees. Several senators asked numer- ous questions about a local water bill in an effort lo delay action a bill to make San Angclo Col- lege a tour-year, stale supported school. The San Angclo bill GEiVL'VA 39-monlhs- old, (hree-powcr nuclear lesl ban the Atlantic Ocean put in doubt broke disa. Nuclear Test Ban Talks Break Up Ihe Soviet demand (or an unno- liced nuclear lest moratorium. a safe recovery of Glenn and his greemcnt today capsule after the earth has been orbited? Afler a stormy session, the The Western delegates refused Chairman James Col- consider Ihe slalcmenl a reply to'ton salcl lnere- wcrc sti" differ- On Saturday, a bank of clouds, nearly feel de !CS 'he thick, spread over central The countdown was halted with only 20 minutes to go. Later in the aflernoon thc skies cleared. In Arlington. Va.. ihe astro- naut's family wont about Sunday as usual, though Mrs. Glenn ad- milted Ihe wailing was making it difficult normal. to keep family life end the conference. The breakup came after U.S. Delegate Charles C. Stelle and Britain's Sir Michael Wright for- mally proposed an immediate recess to give the three govern- ments lime (o re-establish a basis The pretty biiinclle took her two teen-age children to Sunday school in the family station wagon and joined them later for church. The Glenn children participated in the 11 a.m. church services marking Youth Week. Son David. )fi, was an usher. Daughter Lyn. 14, participated in a discussion on responsible freedom. MOSCOW an inier-! view published loday in Ihe Com- munist party paper I'ravda and government paper Izvestia, Prime Minister Fidel Castro said: his revolution in Cuba never could I have survived without Soviet help.; "We know that without the So-; vicl Union, without the Socialist; camp's assistance, a revolution in- such a small country as Cuba would have been impossible cause of imperialist Castro said. Y The Soviet news agency said the interview was granted in Havana Jan. 23 to Pavel Satyu- kov, chief editor of Pravda; and Alexei Adzhubei, Premier Khrush- chev's son-in-law, who is chief! [editor of Izvestia. i Castro lashed out at Ihe meel- ing of foreign minislers of the Or- ganization of American States, assembled at Punta del listc. Uruguay, to consider measures lo Argentina, Chile Leave Soft Bloc PUNTA DEL ESTE, Urusuaylthc majority view on the suspon- The foreign ministers of sion procedure. the American stales agreed in I The US. informant speculated principle today to "suspend" lnc United States would get del Castro's Cuban regime to 18 tflc ,2n hemisphere familv councils ILor a the A U.S. delegation source .rogime u lo sit closed the breakthrough on counals long as It loushcst issue of the DEAN RUSK he's got the votes DAYS be taken against Cuba. The prim the Communist philos- which has prolonged its council Organiza- tions here beyond the scheduled? A.mcnf" Sta'f closing today. It came when At-1 ,7 to gentina and Chile-members of tleb> haw the so-called soft-seven bloc be by Brazil and 'wcnng not to disagree, the ----------------------------------_-------1 western Hemisphere foreign min- lislors reached a general accord I that there should he a series of least six resolutions embodied a final declaration so that those who wauled lo vote against certain aspects could do so. Drafling of Ihe declaration is expected lo be completed today, wilh a vole Tuesday lo wind Ihe conference up by Tuesday nighl. Secretary of State Dean Husk appeared to have achieved limit- ed success to this extent: Teachers of Year Nominations Open Nominations will be through Saturday for Abilcnc's[ Teacncrs of the Year. Dr. UoJlv. chairman of that special screening committee sh.-jll submit! .Most, if not all. of the 19 Latin- .Vomimttion Form, Fir. 2-A OI..-L.U- "in America is one of peace second on the Senate ic committee for the Abilene Cham- horofCommerw, announced Mew- it is no fault of ours that imperial i ism seeks to isolate Cuba from! Making the college fully counlncs of Latin lo Abilene's Teacher America." I Banquet, sponsored righl behind Ihe water bill. supported has been approved by Ihe House, along wilh proposals Abilene Chamber of Com-lAmcrican republics judging Cuba m confident, t h n tjagree the Havana regime should school's nominations. The chair-lbc declared incompatible with the The nominations are a prolwlolman of thc Education CommitlccjAmcrican system. Most are thc Abilene Chamber of Com-lagreed the government of Prime by tiie Watts, will ap-jMinistcr Fidel Castro should be Vails, (point five members of his m ing. and no previous Teachers of loans up to S200; permits 3 pcrjtinucd, rpnt npp mnntVi ti nm- mmttU i cent per month or per month charge, whichever is larger: for- bids harrassment of borrowers; requires lenders to be Texas resi- dents or companies to be 51 per cenl owned by Texas residents; and puls regulation of Ihe field under the stale banking commis- sioner. A meeting of the House Appro- pnations Commiltee which was lenlatively scheduled today failed We have, for example, no sugar surplus. lhal we produce finds a market. This is one of Nominations for each school's- teacher may be submitted teachers of that school, its between They r-Amcr- Defense Board and they feel vigilance committee byl Standards to be considered to keep watch against stu. Ability to inspire 10 per cent, .subversion. CnnliMpc nf lonriprsliin __ If. TVM-: the langible advanlagcs of the rtenls, and-or their parents, and] Qualities of leadership 10 per: Thcrc wpre fact that Cuba does not have be submitted by problems which have so I countries dependent on ism. This is Ihe greatest evidence each school's screening commilte of the advantage of trade with composed of five P-TA paren countries of the Socialist members scleclcd by the execu "iMcn far faced this coming Saturday.'The nomi-j Teaching effectiveness 40 imperial- nations must be submitted a" Church and community partici-' Thc Unuctl stales managed to all Castro said. I0 IWI execu- Kducalion background a and pro-1) ,ch Wlth Qlba against Ihcir merger offer. Three Doors Open On Test Ban Talks WASHINGTON (AP) Tlic 1 1 "I J cu i i United States and Bnlajn ences of opinion on portions of a package bill a subcommittee approved Saturday and this had to be worked out before a meet- ing would be called. A subcommittee worked out a package proposal Saturday. It calls for nearly in appro- priations. It provides for but requires three possible ways of resuming for negotiations i negotiations for a treaty to ban Semyon K. Tsarapkin of ihe nuelcar tcsts- Soviet Union immediately charged the Western side was wrecking the talks, tn the subsequenl wrangle (he three delegates failed even lo agree on a final com- munique. The action was foreshadowed last Friday when the Soviet Un- ion abruptly rejected a rcluclant U.S.-British offer to merge Ihe irist private appropriation. Two Workers Discover 'Corpse' Breathing CLKVEI.AND. Ohio live committee of the respective fessioiial improvement 10 lhis pro- school's P-TA. cent. collectively that cotnmu- Teachers tn be honored will General traits nnd bud for the hemisphere ;r cenl. Professional ethics 10 H0nififllom four divisions: primary di- viii v vjsjon jntor.j mediate division (grades -I. 61, junior high division! tsradcs 7 through and senior' hini. division (grades 10 through A certificate of excellence will Jerome A. Slrcem. 37. was Panted lo each of ihe four. Tc.-.c-hcrs of the' Year, and the' apparently dead in his home in suburban Cleveland Heights. relative said a doctor pro- nounced thc dentist dead at 11 traditional cash award will be pre-j sen ted to the school with leach of the honored teachers is as- .socialed. Thc school's use of lhis "I wish her father could have nuclear lalks with coming gener- i -_ disarmament negotiations. The Russians originally had demanded thc merger. Bul last Friday, at the 352nd ses- sion of lhc test ban talks, So- viet Delegate Semyon K. Tsarap- kin told (lie U.S. and British nc- jgotintors (he Kremlin wanted the (three-nation lalks to conlinun on been Mrs. Glenn said as friends came up to say how well Lyn did. After church, Mrs. Glenn took the children (o dinner al a res- taurant, their visual Sunday hahil. With them wcrc hcr parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Caslor of New Concord, Ohio. from a funeral money shall be determined bv a for re-eslablishing lest ban nego- tiations these ways: 1. Under thc auspices of the 18- nalion general disarmament con- ference starting at Geneva March H; 2. Through normal diplomatic channels, or, 3. Through informal discussions between thc lest ban delegations at Geneva. Eplen Says Wet Interests 'involved' in Austin Fight Beer and liquor interests havejislalure last year applies to theiday bearing on the measure, role in the so-calicd "anli-Im-swcMild-be satellite "city" on Abi-l Reporters said several lobby- neys. Slate Comptroller Robert Cal- vcrl has cstimalcd is available from Ihe general reve- nue fund. The subcommittee's proposals would use all but about j I Money from the general rcve-i nue fund for repairs to Ihe San Jacinto Monument is omitted from (he package. Commitlec Chairman .lames C o t t e n of Weatlierford said, however. pact" legislation now being bat- tered in the Texas Legislature, leno's northwest fringe. This referral lo a sub-panel of Tom Eplen, Abilene proposals sponsored by Rep, Mid Monday. "Very ojcfinilely lhc beer and liquor interests took an active part in defeating our attempt to get Ihe to sny (hat they never intended a recenly passed validating aet lo affect our local Eplen charged. His statement nftcr his return from Auslin where a House committee Friday referred to a sub-committee a bill whlcn would have spelled out lhc "unvnl- Mutton" of Impact. Backers of the Impact movement claimed n ftneril validating act by the Leg Trued Lallmer js considered a rlcep-freezc treatment. Meanwhile, over on the Senate side of thc Capilol. similar legis- lation by Sen. David Hatliff, hns been staggering. Ralliff's anti-Im- pact measure has passed a Sen- ate committee and now awaits p two-lhirds majority vole to sus- pend lhc rules and bring it be- fore thc whole body. Clianccs appear slim, Capilol observers say, that lite House panel will un-frecze Latimer's bill. nnd. Knlen underwent some hot questioning at tht Fri. isls representing beer and whisky were sitting in on thc hearing. Eplen did not concede final de- feat in the legislature, but he did say victory for the anti-Impact proposals is very doubtful. Meanwhile, in 42d District Court, Abilene, quo wanranto pro- ceedings against Impact are still pending. "We do not admit that suit Is dead just because the legislature apparently declined (thc action last Eplen said. "Thc reason we wanted the legislature lo sny it djdn't in- tend for Ihe recent validating net to affect our local controversy was lo keep us from having to get over that hurdle In our lawsuit quo warrantol." and that Castroism is incompati- ble wilh Ihe Inter-American sys- jlem if il remains in Ihe embrace of the Soviet bloc. Most agree in principle that the iCnstro regime does not belong in !OAS agencies. The big stumbling [block is how to gel Cuba out. No PicketsT Purpose Said Accomplished Union pickets sot up at Ilirce jmnjnr construction projects last 'week did not return (o Iheir posts wilh the beginning of work Mon- Herman Whatley. business manager for the Electrical Work- ers Union No. 920. said Monday the pickets did not return "be- cause we have accomplished what I we intended." He said Ihe pickets wenl up Thursday morning "to let the The first business has is going smoothly ar.ri public know were being paid BOSTON (AP) Christian A.'itlll) lhc ncw Downtown Shopping'on schedule. The construction con-'bclow union llerler Sr., former Massachusetts Center without ever really being tract is lo be completed by June; Carpenter and plumber union The appropriations package also a.m. Sunday. contains lo pay additional! nicn ____ This was announced by the Senate expenses for this session iho.ne to takethe bodv f'vc-memlicr cummiltee composed Slale Dcparlmenl loday after for the Texas Youth Coun-lwheeled Streerr indefinite breakup of the to hire 15 juvenile parole room al test ban conference in Geneva, cers, for repairs at Prair The department said the Unitedlvicw nf dnmaRe in a fir Slates and Britain informed to start work on .....___ _. Soviets al Geneva that they "iMilulion for Ihe menially re- Miller dashed back to the am-; On Fcb- lfl- onc" school's. (See Poll Tax Blank, P9. 10-A) milling to seek a common in ltl0 f'n" Const area ;uui buiance for the oxygen lank while 1JULILIJ- ill liinv UH. IUJLJ IIIL J- j '-------I D II T D J wheeled Streem into "the prcpa-K thc lecher, the principal ol rations room al Ihe funeral home.jllls school, lhc president C a.m.d Larry Miller shouted: "My god, of lhat scllool's PTA- Poll, E.emp'n he's That was "f Kducnlion C'om-l Record (1960) i.nittcc of the Abilene Chamber. I Deadline Jon. 31 (o increase (he pay ofjbis brother, I.coii, gave heart district attorneys and couuly at-'massage. loraeys working as district altor-' Ktrecm was reported in fail- condition today al Mount Sinai! Hospital. would suggest for Ihe monument from State Building Commission fuixls. As the bill left the Senate, it provided for tourist ad- vertising. for lhc monu- ment and a year pay in- creases for six slale department heads. House members quit work Fri- day without voting on a municipal annexation bill. Rep. W. T. Dun- gan of McKinncy, author of lhc legislation, probably will seek House recognition on this meas- ure. governor and secretary of stale ou' of il. i. ho said. in the Dwigln Kisenliower '.PC Oplical Co. which long has Pechacek said nine Concert Violinist Dies in New York NEW YORK (API-Fritz Kit-is- ler, ftfl, famed concert violinist died in a hospital loday. He died in Darkness Pavilion of Columblfl-Presbyterinn Medicnl Center where he had been a patient Jan. 13, Herfer May Seek Post in Congress First Downtown Center Firm In' olficials called off their picketing, business'citing (he same reasons. minislratioii. has agreed lo situated al 233 Pine St..'firms will move into the unique' "The signs weiv just to lot the for Congress if there is an a jnio modern new nuarlcisiniall-lype strwliire when com-.public know (here was something large election in the state, it was half-block away at the corner-plctcil. Four other business wrong." Whatley said. "We had to reported today. (of N. 2nd and Pine Sis. .Most arc available. the public know that we (hint 'the move was made Sunday. j When completed ihe dnwntoun'ihe employers are paying When (tie million center shopping center will be almost a the scale" beiow WEATHER went under construction, all buildings located on lhc -Mock square 'except for the West-; Ihe ern Auto corner) complete ne I.KIMKT.MK.NT milejj Fflir and nnw throujifi Tucsd.-ty. In lhc Ws or hmh 70's CKNTRAL ANn TKXA.S t.ilr .-.nil niLltl ami Tucs- that h.ul been accom picketing Thursday s UH.TI iK.-fkjpit.il (iy i.ce up- tertur air i-unuuiinieti man in keeping the pickets out ticiil and a portion on lhc N. 3rd will allow shoppers to go and Pine corner occupied by West- one store to nnolhcr without pjckcts walked Thursday and ern Auto Store. .going oulsido. j Friday al the Uownlow.i Shopping An arrangement F wcrc Ihc'iooflnp parking for autos. Ttie -..p no purpose was then occupied by Lee Op- (erior air conditioned mall lypciSm.cd jn keeping the pickets out v> inch >ml K.-DO 5.00 cndinil ytftr. M IliEK ami low tMme date 1 II. fut nfiht: indav: llinwl Bumidlly at nooc: was made, Ixe Optical cmi.'d 1 Ilimic lo operate al the old loc.vi until the new quarters weio I] licady [or occupancy. j y. Wrecking crews are expected to Iwgin demolition of (he building formerly occupied by Lee Optical sometime Iliis Tlie Western Auto building is a relnlively new one ami will re- main. Monday morning, Gilbert Pech- ncek, president of 'Downtown Abi- lene Markets, Inc., said work NEWS INDEX jCentor. Westgale Shopping Ccn- ler and the Karelin Simmons Unl- verssly Sludenl Union building 62 SECTION A Amusemenrs Sports Te Your Good Health Bridge Obiruarici SECTION B Iditoriolt Women'i rttwi Comici RUto-TV TV 2 6 6 j Al Hie downtown site lhc elec- tricians unien was joined by pick- U'ls of the Carpenters Union. I.O- jeal .1565. and (he Plumbers and 7.8 .Sieamfitters Union.' local 554 j The clcclricians were picketing against I'.'mployocs Kleclric Co. The plumbers were picketing j.'igaitist Henderson and Glpson nnd .the cnrnenlers picket was against Shiflct Brothers Construction Co. 1 3 4 4 7 7