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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 9, 1962, Abilene, Texas Mme J^eporter -iBtetoi"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron ★ ★-FJNAL- T-S «VX31 svmv^ . ; 3AV 3103 9909 xe 00 631VS Atl36 NHJO»OIH Fair, Cooler--^; 81ST YEAR, NO. 237ABILENE. TEXAS. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1962 -TWENTY-SIX PAGE McKNIGHT SAYS U.S. Press Must Take Off Gloves SAN DIEGO, Calif. <AP)—Felix;television station were extermi-R McKniiiht, Dallas newspaper | nated or forced to print and hroad-execTitive, d e c 1 a r e d Thursday ica.st identical ‘parly line, philas-nif:ht:    iophy'”’    i “It is about time the American McKnight added: press takes off the gloves and “We st'cm to be split loosely^ tries to bring sanity to the emo-iinlo two foggy camps known asj tional binge that has this country liberals and conservatives. I won-j dangerously off balance.”    ;der whatever happt'ned to just, McKnight, president of I he'plain Americans'.’”    | American Society of Newspat>er Editors and executive txiitor of .And w'orld’s “We didn’t mightiest I>ecome the free six-ietv the Dallas Times Herald, said.¡through slander of our brothers.” “Once there was a cry from thej—  ------ — left that we were a ‘one party press’ snugly groipied together to do the bidding of conservative political wings. H started in the middle of the New Deal and rose to crescenilo heights duiing the B^isenhower wave. “Rut somewhere the tune Man Hit by Car !s Hospitalized iS%B04'intpd Prpus (ßP) Red Berlin Chief Tests Gate Ban (TnilNG FROM GRAND JTRY — Capt. Floyd Isbell comes from the room where the 104th District (’ourt Grand Jury is probing into alleged improper activities at the Taylor County Sheriffs Office and hy some members of the Abilene Police Department. Capt. Ishell w'as one of six witnesses heard Thursday. (Staff Photo) Holli.s FNorctt Swafford Sr., 4S.j ,    334 Sammon.s, as brdng treated have .Shifted but    injuries    reeeived    when    h-    was' he ar riRht no« l.uMs us «    ^ ^    ^    , l.'iois t?ee'”    >">"    2"'*    Sts..^ nation s image,    ,    ., , ••It is not true."    |at    «    0,    a.m    hnday. The editor added in a spt'cch Hatrolmen .kx' Be<’k and Joe prepared for the (’alifornia- Taylor said Swafford was walking: Nevada Associated Press .•\sso- from north to south across N, 2nd ciation-    when    he    w-as    struck by an auto “I resent to the core these .sud-idnven by William W Gowanlock, i den patriots who aimU‘.s.sly and 36. of the Drake Hotel, broadly charge the American Gowanlmk told officers he had Press with a lack of concern for    looking    to his left to de the welfare erf thus    country.    tcrmtne    whether    traffic    was    clear “We are not.    as    loo    many ^^^d that    when he look«x1 back to rtarge. Communisl dupes h.s ause we attempt to follow nmlerate    pedestrian, lines and call for a lixjk at inter-    ^ r. nal bickering.”    Witnesses said GowanUxrk was The nationally prominent news-    traveling at a high rale of paperman related, ‘ In very re- cent years I have been subjected b« afford was knocked several to Indignities, to vile threats, toofficers s;iid. the venom of cowardly anony-' No details on the extent of his mous telephone calls. I have been injuries were available, called a Communist Worse, these things have happened to my family. “V¥hy? I hatH>Pn to be the editor' of a newspaper that printed both sides of the problerriii that troulile our society these da>^ My n<n^s-: paper has editorially hewn, with-' out exception, to the ton per c*ent American viewpoint, to the side of law and order, whether we like it or not." The editor gave an example of another kind of attack on news-pafiers. “Not long ago that late, late television comic and commercial plugger. Jack Paar, set out in a moment of personal indignation to discredit the American Pre^vs Mr, Paar. among the last to withilraw his support o( and admiration for B'ldel Castro, has mi. used the vast medium of his telcvisiwi to broadcast innuendo, half-truths and completely erroneous infoi-mation concerning tlw American Press and .stories it has inibli.shed. "1 shall not bore yrni with de tails of Parr’s incretlible (xit-bursts, but I do have one prime example of his inatrurate mouth-ings. “On D<h 19, while commenting on a profile story the Associat«Nl Press had written about him. Mr Paar tdilhely told millions of lis tener.s: " *So this guy wrote li.sten there are some great line-' in d aiKl about me. .some really funny lines that I gel a big laugh out ot. JTie best one was that 1 look like a Presbyterian minister alter four matlinis. Oh, thiit’s funny When in truth 1 don’t drink txdore the show. I can’t with my jxTsonality ( an you imagine me with a few drink,s’’* “.Now to my point atxmt thir mounting irr«vv|x>nNihility in thi: country. Mr Parr did not tell the tjiith. .Nowhere in the Asso* lated I’resR story was there mention of a Presbyterian mini Jer and four martinis. Great little joke tor Mr Paar. “Meanwhile the cnxlitiility and reputation of the As^iHiatcd Press, the world’s greativt new -    i KalhermK «f.-m y, la-, waun.l.Kl    ,    ,    I    ,T    ' And lhat I.- not li.K.I tu. au. Bi v.d    <    -    >'••■    <-»nmiun.M«. ».I line of unl>.all.-<l a.lonnatain '".I'l'l«--' "«hO lh;,l lla- .M-nala in Monnis mail,- pulil..- > |>rnfr«t and oaninumcalion alound lla- ''-liiiaunn of !'.-nla«,m i.-n.onni! by (i.-n Daial M siimip. M.ana-..    o( antifommunist .siMux hes re I orp.s (oinmandnnt, wlx» voued The txiitor said “I ask tlicse    ‘““'liest. despite or “mighty str<»ny disapjHoval <►( people wlM) hurl hJllow and su|x-r    !"»«»    Ibesidenl Keniuxty the inv(‘stii,ators‘ tactu-^ ficial charges    ih    ncin»    some    key witnesses    Sens    Mik<>    Mansfield D Mon; . “.lu.st what other walehdog do 'nHirmond, wIiom» attacks on Wayne .Mors«*, DOre .Sicj heii they have *    ‘«f military men's M A oung. D-Ohio and othof^ “How do they learn of the do U.S. Stop In Berlin ^ RERUN (AP)—The Soviet commandant in Berlin attempted to enter th(' .Ameriean .-aector tixlay in detiani'e of a I nited Stales ban He turned back when U.S Military Police a-ked him to identify himself. The commandant, foi. Andiei I. SoloNvov was on his way to the Hntish -eetor to keep an up {xuntmen» and enuld have enteuHl: the Hnn h eclor directly—and wa 111.:. :i to do so by the British btil chO'C to test tlx» .American ban. He apfx’ared at the B'riednch-.tra;..>e ere- iig jKuni in the I S vector, de.si-iiated hy the East (.erman a ihe on!y cro- ing jxiint ttrau;;h Berlins wall lor {oreij’n--i Had he eicr x*d at any other point he wouici have be* n showing di ,re p-Tt for tlie dccrei s of the Ka-t German regime—which the Soviets rldim is a sovereign ;--t-'de I Solovyev ha been ba'^ned from-|tb= Aieencan s: 'tor Mnee Dec., At that time the I ,S com-m. nd ipt, .M ij, Gen. .Albert Watson H ‘u; n ni bock from an effort to elite»- the Soviet zone becau-e E;rJ German is marked lor the i d time that hi.s eivih?n d-viuet ui civihan cloth--s identify tlv'm -elve-', A British spoke,man said Solo vyev was com ng to British head-qu I -- rs tor on ppointment he (‘"'k'' 'Itre reque i.d, presumably to deliver ttiu.ori.vp the ;-:;viet reply o an \lln-* pro- v* iKi 1 to end the im|»<i e between * t, -hirr fiift W' it on    b- oi .. The    Brdi h spoke-man    said    The    it Soli»\.,ev w I.lid to - ome    dire ’    “untie to the    Bnii-h -eetor without    gun    hoots    oi throu-’a the .\menean zone. But winch ii' Solovyev .-.ent word h^ k he was loming thi"Ugh the Fncdnch i la -*    ( r' ng iximl into th. .\iTi*,R    "    ,ei Jin    Hriti ,h piovi'st m    -»hal. Id. ( :‘l 1. t Hii ... d- wt'ni to mee’    hiir    aiu^ told Siilovvev    that ;lhe i; ban on hi. enter the Am*    "    .St- tor w    ¡n iloiie S4:ifiv\ev drove up to the MP eoniroi n .f anyw ;y no 1» ; V when th ■ “A e vou Col.    )1g    ( ■ . ! tlie t 1 tu ned    ^ drove liaek    iht    . WOI NDKD M\N ( (»MFDIM I D l\ I*\KIS . , . several    \v mnded in riuling 4 \r W)rri>b*w) Reds Threaten Strikes After Violence in Paris P\PIS ( \P - C ir»' . n* 1v I ti li ai i ! to-rnor in w h ...1 dr ,»r *1 ■-■'T.    -    It it •" ]nl, a ion pi t OL tf p. d f :i .»V t'fi^'l the -ecuntv forces” H" C.m.-imu.--ba* ked by “ oih,T lef’ w,n_ pr/t ard nor» ( . .r.Hin t ti.ttie uiiio.ii. retrj'-tu t . 'ni { all a general C"- kinei,-’ i ■ ■ dV ¡ft UUs. P. '.v    .    ¡ïîvneed    r-;-    death n the Vichy repjine War II. hul the r'-n-eonniiuied and he -.iiC’d h A Rome Paper Says Luciano Poisoned He Ui -le Ml K*' r a ' AC \ P fV hi t I C'DNB’B’RRIi\(i — District .Attorney J'um 'I'odd and Lerov Lang, ton, ton inan of a 104th District Court grand jury, confer informally during a break in ti * ir investigation of alleged questionable activities of some membei s of th;' l av h r (’ounty Sheriff’s office and the Abilene Police Department Thu;. i =y. T..e grand jury continued it.s inquiry B'riday. trJaff l*hotoi Thf i ’ lenhtr -i- e; thr ca y one de urrv ^ :i h F    t ¡ H' oi; •“    !.    t-i    ,,i ei'i I h the 1    in.    ' V - ,i:    Ci, I '{y Attempted Auto Murder Charged n, ihe 1 t V Thurmond Asks Censor Probing eohl wer and Grand Jury In 2nd Day Of 'Probe' P \N U H h .    ( W* !    ;    K    \    --    V Job T R*:h --■111    a ;»'?”''te:l    ;    " It lo    t    '    TtU    nui ee wñh a ri'»! .-i v, ¡ on t . |- e!i    of    Mr    N.    nev    P-;    i‘ . t lit ' 'l ; . ! ir ..t r;l vt d e ti Ih -r lltx Pecos Man New Snyder City Manager nt ■    .    ri,al'^t <    !'    V'l    P'C- Me “    r.'.Hn*' oe- '    I,    '•    fi:    P.tr’<i * . : v*,.: '< e P.tjxin and 1 oi l-'e\ Th* party Î.V of ii * ,.berf ■ 'he *h. inot..s nf lefU'-ta 'if .'itlj'Cts O.'iP . ’    ,1-*-    o'    the    anM- 'i'n \ digariä/a« :• ( ■ i! •:e pl.iS- Î • - I --tTt .'ui.s <»f \> a-.-.i l.hv ÍH>rr!!'*'is •" cníH" ■ d I -.    ...    .HStd, Two Stickup Suspects Are Freed T \ %\n. ■ri n • e ■y Adii;!■ W i * n pec-n;.-:* h ifp'l: Mand K.u \    ;:    'f    I" te .1 i(y }• rid. V i - ; I e : to *'\iend ii . m" e.n-d day P-l.Mli«' Al'.o,::-- -IxtHdier; ag-iinst communism had tearneil up in ehareine that fh*‘    i>anei mgs of governrnenlal ag**neieN and    the    investigatitxi by a inteirogation wax far exit nervanis that they might voice < lal sulx-oinmitttH*. said in an m biHind.s their dissenting views    terview he :iaw no danger lhat Thurmond sfxike rxit    in deit*n.s« “How would they know if tlwy The spr.ading rows surrounding of the investigators. a Ti: I» IM I oeu ' I It* I“' lu id on had been etnnpletely h«Hx1winkixt the inquiiv might torix-do it out of all rights and .shoved into t'hairman John .Stennis, I) Miss tyrannical subjugation*'    ,nx**.sstxl the he.uiiigs but    nuli-j "Wheie do they get informal ion! vattxt they would resume,    |x>s to build their own voice ot tHonion ably in a w»s*k or so A voice that has a right to Ix j KeiuuHly Thursdav forbade de ! heard.    teii.se or ^tate department otti*‘ia!| “.And how long would the I nitetl to 1**11 the ailx-ommitlt-e which States last as a fri*e nation it tensors altennl the texts of sfx> eveiy new.spajter, every radio and eifie s|>ee<h«e Stt*nois sustained -- .    _    ^    ^ .the Pie nient s claim ot extx u Jive piIVliege as a basis for ttie 'ordei WASHINGTON <AP) J'exas i„ anoth«*i development, a row farmer» in Falls, Jones and Lime pi ut>led on Hh* .Seriate fltxir and »lone countu*» may now ask emer- in the Pent:i.gon over th«* ques-gerx'y loan» frtMii the B'armers tioning by two »utxuMtimitlee Home Administration.    ‘aides of apprtiximately 3n    Mar- Con Get Loons NEWS INDEX SfCTlON A Butinets OwHook Sport» Ooituariet ..... 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