Abilene Reporter News, February 6, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD k A, ft A 'A A A v v 'v-.- -w s-. 8'IST YEAR, NO. 234 ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS GOP Governor's The American Field Service Is a private, non-profit organ- ization formed in 1915 as a vol- unteer ambulance corps, It served with allied forces in world wars, (hen in 1947 look on a new educational [im- pose, "the furthering of under- standing and good will among the peoples of Ihc world." This purpose it carries out by bring- ing teen-agers to (he U.S. (o spend a year in school ami by sending American young folk abroad for either a summer or a school session. Abilene is acquainted willi half (his program. The first exchange slmlent through AFS, Annamarie lAicke of t''inspHiig, Sweden, spent last school year in Abilene High. This year Exchangers No. 2 and No. 3 arc with rus, Clauclio Meyer of Sao Paulo' Brazil, in AHS and Noriko Kakcstuta of Tokyo, Japan, in Cooper High. Claudia lives with (hc-Dr. Arthur family and Noriko with (he Chester lines family. The exchange program is sponsored by the local AKS chanter headed by Mrs. Kiley Maxwell. Others on the AFS hoard here are Mrs. George Krvin, Mrs, S. C. Herring Jr., Rev. Norman Conner, Bub Tif- fany, George Minlcr and Mal- colm Anthony and Mrs. C. G. Bradford of Cooper and Escoe Webb ami Mrs. Kathleen Par- ker of AHS. Student Councils pick up most of Ihc checks, the JfiSQ yearly fee to AFS for transportation and other exchange expenses, some local help. Exchangers live in the- chosen homes without charge. Assistance is based on need. It's quite an adventure these visiting teen-agers are having. Noriko had a pre-inti eduction to Abilene. Mrs. Maxwell was iti (he Far East last summer and met her and her family. Claudio came in a rank stranger. "I looked out from the air- plane and saw all the people, the 'Welcome' banner at Hie airport and I thought, 'Someone important is on this and it was all for me." lie re- calls. The youngsters, carefully screened before they were cho- sen, have adapted quickly lo new ways and new people. In dress and very nearly in talk they are now West Texans. So far the AFS program lo- cally is a one-way deal. But mil for long, we suspect. An Amer- ican school has participate a year as "host" before it can nimiimile one of ils students lo be an "American abroad." Hul AHS is now so qualified and Cooper soon will be. Mrs. Maxwell says Ihc local chapter will meet Iwturc long to figure out ground rules on applying to make the "ex- change" compline. Ttie American child goes in his junior year (incoming ex- changers are seniors) and must be IB. healthy, possessed of an adventuresome spirit, good per- sonality and, of course, pa- rental approval of Ilie idea. Associated Press lly THE ASSOCIATED PUKSS A surprise contest for the He. publican nomination for governor Monday as Texas poli- .icians rustled to reserve them- selves a place on the May r primary ballot. Monday midnight was Die dead ine, both Democratic and Romih- ican. for a candidate to officially tcelarc himself in a cnmnuisn. However, the entry lists will mil 10 final until (here is time frit- he stale headquarters in Austin o receive any mail annlicMions lostmarkcd before midniehl. The sudden turn of ovcnls in he GOP g o v e r n o r s me? lappened this way. Mondav morning Jack Cox Srcckenridce businessman, paid lis filing fee as he has ieen expected to {lo for sever.il nonths. Cox noltcd GOO.din voles ipainsl fiov. Price Daniel's Ihin! cnn bid in About an hour after Cox filed, word came (hat Roy Whitlenbiirq was flying from Amarillo lo Alls- in to gel in the GOP race. iVhitlenburp Rot 18C.OOO voles in T Ifliifi special Senate race with Ralph Yarborouph. While Whi'lenhurg was in I nir. Marry Republican niOdio name is an io run as a GOP gubernatorial candidate. The louslon businessman has until 8 to pay his filing fee. Diehl was one of 7! candidates in llio cpccial election that ended in victory for Republican U.S. Sen. Inhn Tower. It will be the First contest for .be GOP gubernatorial nomina- lion since 1030 when four Repub- lican candidates pot a total voles in a GOP primary, flint was Ihc year rs. Miriam A, Ferguson won a runoff over Ross S. Sterling with a tola! of H57.TOO Democrat votes. There were no surprises in (he Democratic governor's race bin all the e x p cc t c d showed up. Daniel paid his filing fee Mon- day afternoon to follow up last week's announcement for a fourth term over a statewide television nclwork. Don Yarboroitgh. Houston at .nrney who ran a strong race for lieutenant governor in paid Jits fee for (tie governor's race. Already paid up and rinuiin; ire Alty. Gen. Will Wilson, for- Kclated slory, picture, 2-B nier Navy Secretary John Con- rially. former Texas Highway Commission chairman Marshall f'ormhy ami Edwin A. Walker, former Army major The governor's race wasn't the only campaign attracting crowds of candidates. The latest count in Ilie lieute- nant governor's race showed six Democrats and two Republicans. The congressman-al-largc race nas fouh Democrats and three Republicans. licit are (he statewide Demo- cratic candidates, including the courts of civil have paid their filing fees: For governor: John Connally, Formby, Will Wilson, iCdwin A. Walker, Price Daniel, Don Ynrborough. For lieutenant governor: Pros- on Smith, Robert Baker, Gene Smith, JaiTurd Secrest, James Turman. For congressman at large: .Vanen G. Moore, Manley Head, iVoodrow Wilson Bean, HusseJl T. Van Kevren. For attorney general: Tom Heavlcy. Waggoner Can-, W. T. Sec TEXAS, Pg. 3-A, Col. 5 I'. S. Or COM.MKHCK GEORGE I'AXTON JR. Jicfiubliran cniiiliilat PETE 0. JOHNSON files for place 2 Senate Censor Probe Blocked McNamara Not- Listing Names By JF.URY T. HAULCH WASHINGTON (API-Senators investigating Pentagon censor- ship quickly called a showdown session after Secretary of Defense Robert S, McNamara declared Monday that he will not yield in his refusal lo say which censors altered specific speeches. Willi ringing words of praise for bis eensborship crew, McNamara told a news conference, "I pro- pose to hold lo this position.' Any contempt possi- bility raised in the "should be directed at me and not the he said. Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss., chairman of (he Senate subcom- mittee (hat has been looking into County Legislative Seats OVriitlirr .Map, I'iiKc 5-A) AHII.KNE AND VICINITY (Uadius la lilt's) Partly clnmly ami rot: mush Wednesday inurnillw: a armor Wednesday nflomoou. Illch Tues iy near 43, low Tuesday niciit non 25. lifqh Wednesday SO tn S5. NOIITII L'KNTHAI, TEXAS Fair IhrouuJ) Wednesday. A IHIIi? sniitlieast Tursday, not nullo so Wcih'.tsdnyi Ilivli Tuesday -12 (o W. MnimiWRST TEXAS Clear pait- l.v cloutly 'riiostlay thronijh Woclnr-silny. IliBli TllMlIaj- M '.t, TKVAS Fair i-iild ucsdiiy Iliruuifh Wrilnrsday. High Tucs- nl 40 lo Ifl. 55 _____ 50 -in eicn I" -U :t7............ ,17 .17............ lO.-Ott 3B............ _____...... 12 ____ 12: (X> [iKli and fnr 2Vhoins cntlinK 9 p.m.: and .15. .-mcl lou 5.lmp liali: .12 and S7. Sunset last snmlsr sinist't tuniiihl: The contest for Taylor County's two legislative seats ballooned into an 11-candidate affair late Monday as the midnight filing deadline eased by. late flurry of filings for Place 2 the post created in 1961 by !he State Legislature elevated the number of aspirants to seven, six Democrats and a lone Repub- lican. Last-minute Democratic candi- dates were Abiloniaiis Pete 0. Johnson, a farmer; oilman Rob- ert Preston, who has taken bis ;lil against Abilcnc's opposition lo Impact to the courts, and at- orncy Haloish Brown. Another surprise filing was that of George L. Paxion Jr., a for- mer Flying Tiger of World War II, who added a Republican flav- or to what was shaping up as a three-way Democratic race for Place 1. Two other rumored candidates elected to steer clear of the ex- panding legislative warfare. Attorney fioberl G. (Bob) Ciiap- pcll told Die Kcporler-News Mon- day afternoon he declined the op- portunity lo run becaii.se he was just starting a law practice in Abi- charges thai the Pentagon is muzzling anli-Communisl ulter ances by military leaders, im- mediately called the senators to meet Tuesday, He said they would galtief be- hind closed doors and decide what to do in view of McNarnara's dec- laration. Among other things, Stcnnis said, they will considei whether il would be worthwhile for some of them lo gel together again with McNamara in peace making efforts. A similar attempt on Friday apparently got no- where. Resumption of the subcommit- tee's regular hearing scheduled for Tuesday was put off until Ihe question of McN'amara's stand could be settled. It is slill his position, Slennis said, that McNamara should let Ihe censors "testify without restriction" unless McNamara wants to claim executive privi- lege, so far he has declined lo do. "I, of course, would rule on such a claim only when and if il is Slennis added. as Mill Elevator Co. of Abilene. Al nis !lcws conference JNamara did not rule out the pos- sibility lhat he mighl still invoke lhat privilege although he a post he held until joining the Navy in 1.038. In the summer of 1941 he was doe.sn'i wanfto after the'piiblic given an honorable discharge j has been prepared for such even from the Navy to join Gen. Clairejtualily. Chennault's American Volunteer! WhcHier members of Congress Group, the original Flying Tigers, cim of J executive privilege to bar a n- m China. He soon was from "wingman" to "flight lead HOBERT I'HESTON oilman in race -Id 37 3.S at PI i-nl. !ene "and up." feel 1 should build if Contractor Earl Glenn Rose like- wise sail' lhat business affairs in-evented him from entering the, political ring. Brown, Johnson and Mrs. .Joe C. James, who announced her inten. lions Sunday night, filed Monday for Place 2 with County Democrat- ic chairman Tom Webb. Don Nor- ris and A. C. Kylc had filed pre- viously. Ed Templeton, Ilie single Tie- publican seeking tlie'l'hice 2 seal, officially declared his candidacy Monday by filing with Mrs. A. R. Eiam Jr., acting GOP county chairman in the absence of Phil Bridges. Bridges announced he would seek reelection lo his parly post in (he May Republican primary, Op- posing him for (he chairmanship is M. A. (Mike) St. George. Also filing with Mrs, Etam as candidates for GOP precinct chair- men were II. G. Henderson, pn einct S: James Templeton. pre- cinct H; Fred Poster, precinct 4; Mrs. W. n. nifickbnrn and Mar- shall Durham, prccincl 1; E. T. Compere Jr., precinct 12, and Frank W. Calhoun. precinct Mrs. Elam said she expecled lo receive Hie official riolice of filing of an Abilcnian for a county of- fice presumably counly judge Ilie mail Tuesday.'Filings thai were postmarked by midnight Monday may slill be accepted Ilicn. Noble Harris officially Monday as a Democratic candi- :lale for county judge. Democrats filing as precinct chairmen were James Tittle, precinct 9: Grady Clark, precinct 11. and .labe Pratl, precinct Tiie emergence of I'axton as a GOP candidate came as a surprise .0 several GOP lenders. His Dem- ocratic opponents in (be Place 1 race arc Allen Glenn. Jabe Pratt, :md Euclora Hawkins. A native Ahilcnian, Paxion at- ffarditj-Simmons University "or one year and then transferred .o Yale University, receiving a Ph. degree from the Ivy League college in ,__ _ fslnff I'hnln hr Jimmy CLAUIMO, N'OKIKO AND MKS. MAXWKM, Pa.xton was shot down over Ran- 3 goon, Burma, Jan. 4, In ad- dition to his combat duties he served on Gen. Chennault's sfaff as finance officer, doling mil some million in payrolls ami mainten- ance for the "Tigers." The AVG was- disbanded on July 4, 1942, on orders of Presi- dent Roosevelt, ami early in 1943, Paxton began flying Hie North At- lanlic for American Overseas Air- line. He relumed lo Abilene in to their questions has never been tested in court. Sen. Strom Thurmond, D-S.C., whose charges brought on the Senate inquiry, issued a statemenl accusing McNamara of resorting to "executive 5th Amendment." 'What the secretary is doing in Thurmond said, "is at- tempting lo build a Maginol Line of precedent to shield Ihe Slate Department, where most of the objectionable censorship occurred. He returned lo to work Abilene after for Hie C'ifi- zeifs National as hoakkcep- and has since been an oil lease broker, chief pilot for Western Collonoil Co., personal pilot foi French Robertson, Chrysler Im- perial sales manager for Horace Holly Motors, and for the past 2Vi years has been a salesman foi Western Machinery Co. Paxton is member of the First Baptist Church. He married to Roby Slevin. was Pow- model. in New York City in Judgement Sought In Impact Hearing Dan Sorrels, attorney for Im- pact, Monday filed a motion foi a summary judgment in the quo jH'cirranto hearing in Judge J. R Black's 42nd District Court. A motion for a summary judg mcnt means that there are nc issues of fact and that the prob- lem is one of law only, Upon Ilie GOOD TO THE LAST DROP Tliis pigeon looked around Long Beach Harbor and found water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink. He finally quench- ed his bird-like thirst by sipping the seepage from a faulty faucet. (AP Wirephoto) LASHES LEFTISTS Robert Kennedy Gets Irish Up By CONRAD FINK TOKYO Irish temper flaring slightly, U.S. Ally. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy tola1 five left- ist leaders of Japan's Social- ist party Tuesday that their con- sistent policy facts." criticism of U.S. foreign 'is, frankly, not facing the! (moved through Tokyo as though he were campaigning for mayor he made a big hit. The President's energetic, 36- year-old brother swept back and forth across the city with motor- cycle escort for more than 12 See KENNEDY, Pg. 3-A, Johnson, of Saylcs Blvd.. said he was filing for Place 2 in Ilie role of "a realistic conserva- tive wlio has become disgruntled with the complete ineffectiveness W42. They have four children, of ,hc ,or a sllm. (hc fiyc ,Q ,.givc mc (hrcf, two hoys and two girls. The fam- mary judgment, Ihe action is cir- examples in Ihe last two years lly resides at 2050 Palm SI. just (he same as if a Irial vou haye publicly been cril- "We Americans don't all have Kennedy lold the So- cialisls in a healed hour-long de- balc. Moling Ihe Socialisls claim a policy of neutrality. Kennedy chal- had been held. Quo wnrranln proceedings at- tack the validity of (he incorpora- tion of the town of Impacl, which is located on the northern edge er. He later was promoted to nm. slore-bought legislature and'0'' Abilene, and were brought ier. In IMS Pa.xlon became prrsi-j against the new town last year by the Cily of Abilene. dent and general malinger of Tex-l Sec HACKS, PR. 3-A, Col. ie Preparing Plans ;or Peace With Algerians Tly OOm-'KEY AMlKKSOiV fringed Paris, ready lo strike PARIS (API-Scorning [he rightists make any gcs- plotters against his rule. Of defiance CJwrlryle Gaulle declared Jfon-t in d ,hc Mj day iiislil ho hopes soon lo make peace with Ihe Algerian national ist rebels, fie promised to release had Iried lo block relays of (he president's message by bombing a TV lower in I.ille and bv kid- before long for ending the snven tcchnicinnj! frtlm ICDCIIIOII. iTV-radio station at the turbulent Vvi-ycar of NEWS INDEX SECTION A TV Seoul 4 Sports 8-10 Oil news 11 SECTION B Amuscmcnls 2 Women's news 3 EdilorioU 4 Comics 5 Rndlo-TV logs 8 Form nows, marked 9 Obltunrlc! 10 In cold lerms, lie lold the "sub- versive and criminal" rightists he would use his emergency powers to crush them if lliey Iry to .standj filed I in Ibe way of letting Algeria emerge us an independent nation. Shortly before ho spoke over ra- dio and television, security offi- cials announced they bad dealt the Secret Army Organizalion a blmv cily of Oran, a rightist stronghold in Algeria. Then, during De Gaulle's speech, a pirate radio station virtually drowned out Ihe chief of slate. Algiers. Oran, Constantino and Rone were held in strong military check. DC Gaulle, 71, declared nothing by arresting seven leaders of Ilicj would prevent him from reaching underground's operational bend- (jnarlcrs in Paris, They said Ihe seven had plans to overthrow the government in a campaign lo keep Algeria' n part of France. Palace wns closely Riinrdcd as DC Gaulle spoke from Ins desk. More than police with tanks juul nrmorctl cnrs bis objective in Algeria. He gave no hint Dial a formal agreement with (he rebel Algerian regime in Tunis had been reached, iis re- peatedly rumored in rcecnl days. Tho general described his Al- gerian objectives us an effort "lo bring about peace within the shortest time, and lo help Algeria lo lake its destiny in hand and to quickly create a provisional ex- ecutive body." France, he promised, was ready to recognize "without any restric- tion what will certainly come from a sclf-dclermination (hat is a sovereign and independ- ent Algerian state." Ho never once referred by name to former Itaoul Snlan and the Secret Army which defies him. Hut there was it flash of anger in his eye when he spoke of the subversive elements "il if necessary to reduce and punish." "The nalion unanimously des- pises and condemns these people, iheir plots and their terrorism." lit- said. "Their (ale could only be Ihc concern and is only the con- cern of Hie security forces, Ihc police and justice. The govern ment is Micro to answer for that. I have even myself Inken when it was necessary. I will again lake if need be, the exceptional uieas urcs cai of (ho Soviet Union." 'Hie meeling with the leftisl leaders, arranged by Ihc Kennedy reception committee, took place it Tokyo's International House during Kennedy's round of visits with members of various political groups. Two of the Socialists at whom Kennedy frequently and emphatic- ally waggiCil his finger, recently returned from Communist China where a Socialist delegation is- sued a manifesto charging that "U.S. imperialism" threatens the Japanese people. When Ihe Socialists charged lhat the United Stales is resisting worldwide opinion for a nuclear test ban. Kennedy said the United Stales would be delighted to sign a test ban agreement if there is an adequate system of inspection and control. "You just returned from Com- munist China." Kennedy said, "could you give us some guaran- lee that Communist China would do Ihe lied China does not have nu- clear weapons, Ihe Socialists re- plied. "How about Siberia and Man- Kennedy asked, adding lhat Ihe proposed U.S, nuclear test ban treaty would prevent transfer of nuclear weapons from one na. tion to another. "This is a mailer that yon gen- tlemen must face up lo. To preach you are for an agreement and then ignore this olher niea, is just frankly, not facing the Kennedy added. The exchange occurred aflei Kennedy's first full day of Ills goodwill visit to Japan. Ho had Connally Won't Seek House Seal .1. Etl Connally of Abilene, chair- man of Ihe Slate Democratic Ex- ecutive Committee, late Monday night bowed out of the race for he new Texas congressman-at- arge (wst. saying he had decided to remain at his present post. I Connally went

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