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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               gttrilew "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD :8yron 81ST YEAR, NO. 242 ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1962 SVX31 SVTWQ Z 3AV 9909 xe oo eaivs AV36 H1IJOH3IH M TWO SECTIONS Associolutl Press (fP) THE FLOWERS THAT apricot trees, such as this one at Hie John Htilse residence at 2226 N. 3rd St., may be rushing the season a bit by burst- ing into bloom but this honey-gathering bee doesn't seem to mind a bit. This tree, like many others in Abilene, is bursting into bloom under the influence of Abilene's winter heat-wave. (Staff Photo by Henry Wolff Jr.) Censor Spotlight Going to Powers By ROBKKT S. Al.l.KN and PAUL SCOTT WASHINGTON S e n a I o rs probing the muzzling of military New Storm at Sea May Prevent Thursday Orbit Rains May Fall; Heal To Continue Light rain may cool tilings off bit Wednesday afternoon and night but warm weather is to con. inuc for Abilene and vicinity h rough Thursday, weathermen predicted Wednesday. A dry Pacific cool fronl, in (he area Wednesday, was cmpcring the heat of the pre- vious two days and posing the possibility of light rain. The temperature soared to 87 degrees Monday record for ;c trial. Dr. Lissitzyn.wrote "Powers as an individual on trial More a Soviet conrl mighl well have pleaded ignorance of (he upward extent of Kussian sov- officers are switching Iheir hear- jn cxtcnualion of his ing spollighl his week to the !he f.lilllrc of tho u. S. story of Ihe day thc return of ,.cly m in justification U-2 pilol Francis Gary Powers. jof (hc ,0 prolcst .lgainst They plan to highlight Soviet action in he U-2 inci- Navy's censorship of an entire ar-'dent suggests recognition thai So- 12 and hit 84 Tuesday, equalling the record set on Feb. 13, 18G6. Wednesday's high was expected to be near 75 with an expected overnight low of 50. David McLaughlin, technician at the Abilene Weather Bureau, said the rain already had begun in Ihe Wink and El Paso areas. He said Ihe northern end of the cool front had already gone eastward but Ihe southern end was over Abi- lene and some light rain is ex- pected. Thursday's expected high is lo be near 75, hc said, as Ihe unus- ually warm weather is lo con- tinue into Thursday. The warm weather and dry con- ditions have begun to drop Abi lenc's water supply according to Water Supt. William J. Wccms. The water level had gone dowr one-tenth of a foot in a week's time at Lake Furl Phantom llil and Lake Kirby while Lake Abi lene's level remained unchanged Cape Expecting Friday Launching C'APF, CANAVERAL, Fla. 'APyinli! assured lhat wcalher cnnrli- new storm in Ihe eastern At-jlioas in thc areas won't 'lantic today threatened lo force a.lie too foul. Olherwise Ihcre would ninth postponement of the orbital.tic danger (hat the astronaut and flight of astronaut John II. Glenn his data-filled capsule would he Jr., now very tentatively set for tosl in rough .seas. JThursday morning. j xro weather advisory lo- I (.Menu, Marine lieutenant said: hat! hoped to get off on intense low pressure his long-delayed triple whirl about iroimh located jusl east of Bcimu- world this morning, but a-j., js .lctive jheavy overcast diifling over Ihe ..A boilmg A antic forced I rnjcch Mercury officials lo mil it nff until.......... __., ,_____, licle on thc ill-fated U-2 reconnais-. viel sovereignly extends upward sance flight over Russia and Ihelto at leasl Ihe allilude of he b'-2, legal'implications raised bv Ihe flights (fiS.WO ancl w WC1V failure of Ihc U. S. to protest the! "Such recognition is implicil in Uecins said. action Koviel authorities egainst Powers. Rear Admiral William C. lookl President Kennedy's language Increased water consumption anmiuneing his order againsl and lack of addition of U-2 flights: 'Flights the Navy's Judge Advocate American aircraft pc'.ietraling eral, is beinS called for question-' of lh.c M have been susiwndcd since May ing today on why the Navy re-, fused lo clear for publication d thought-provoking article written infifl. I have ordered Dial they not Olher highlights in the unpub- lished article are as follows: "The U-2 incident and par- hy Dr. Oliver J. an fiociale professor of public law al Columbia University and a leading expert law. Entitled "Some Legal Implica- tions of the U-2 anil RB-17 Inci- the article was to have appeared last spring in Ihe JAG foreign Journal, the official legal puhli-jvnl{ js sho, cvon if thc jn. cation the Navy edits for (he DC- (1TOS noi attack or is (ensc Department. I likely lo attack. All, GEK Polly Brcmicker, 6, delivers her Valentine present In Pat Ditn- aliay in person but it's rather uncertain how much Pat, 6, appreciates the attention. Polly is (he daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brenucker of Grand Forks, N.D., and Pat is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglns Dtinahay. (AP Wirephoto) highly uncertain lhat thc flight wouU! go Thursday. It w-asj BUT NOT NOW Kennedy Open for s r, -morning, and is forecast to he ;7 :u> a.m., Sumdard nine., 'Thursday, at Ihe earliest. A weather advisory issued Covering much of Ihe area lo the shortly before in a.m. loday west of Bermuda." the National Aeronautics and ml, nr. Admmistration made hc bp about 500 miles east of Eer- ,1. After two orbits Ihe plans reely prediclcd here I ha f h il would probably go over h f at Ihe earliest. Officials won't push the of (jnpc Canaveral for Glenn's Alias to rise Itinues unchanged, the ninth poriemcnl mighl be announced of- ficially about midaflernoon today. The eighth iHislpor.cmunl was made known to newsmen shortly after 2 a.m. loday. As soon as the cancellation was determined upon, 0. B. l.Soyd, NASA public information adviscti the White House of the delay by telephone. Glenn .W.-IK awakened _ at. a.m. by bis doctor. William K. Douglas, and advised of the post- ponement. Me had gone lo bed in :hi.s special quarters four miles 'from tin? launch pad at 7 p.m. He 'was scheduled lo arise al 2 a.m.. WASHINGTON 'API-President ;on the arms talks. While Kemieilyllhp British quickly followed withilS nations star! the disarmament ifor m" Kennedy and British Prime Min-jdkl not make it specific, answer to Khrushchev'sjiicgotialioiis opening in Gei-.eva; Harold Macmillan rejected itative sources said the language 'proposal that a summit session 11. al rainfall were lisled as reasons for the drain on thc city's water supply. Tin; last rainfall here was .07 of an inch in January. One indication of the water sit- uation was in water consumption which was 18.3 per cent above thai of January, IflCl. Meier sales lllc S' wcrc "P l0'2 jpruicM against Ihe shooting down (year ago. of'Ihc plane further suggests Wecms pointed thai in same circumstances nn ias a much better s previous warning or order to land is required by international law air- In analyzing the U-2 plane inci- dent, Dr. Lissilzyn warned that the failure of the U. S. to protest "The claimim U. S. refrained from a legal right lo oveifly the Soviet Union for reconnais- the downing of Powers suggests [sance purposes S. recognition thai Soviet scv-l "The failure of the U. S. to pro- crcignty extends tn al least SS.OOOJte.st against (he action of the So vict authorities toward Powers and Ihe plane he was flying pro- vides additional evidence that na- tional sovcieignly in air space is the altitude of the U-2 feet or nights. Also, that (he lack of protest may have hurl Powers' chance of Stock Market Opens Unchanged NKW YORK (AP) The slock market opened mostly unchanged lo a shade lower Inday. U. S. Slccl was off -Is, General Motors off 'A, General Electric up Chrysler off and ister today Premier Khrushchev's pro- posal for a March 14 summit con- ference to start disarmament nc- gotialions but suggested a later summit meeting might help lo reach a disarmament agreement. In a message to Moscow, Ken- nedy said he is "quite ready to could cover a head-to-head if enrniRh progress has been made, j A similar message sent by Mac-j nrillan suggested lhat a summit j conference should he held after t some progress in negotiation is: made by foreign ministers. Hej urged thai Khrushchev agree lu participate personally" when a have foreign ministers open Ihe summit session would talks, Kennedy made the success. I same appeal. Reiff Does 'Fair' After 2nd Surgery Dr. Evan A. Roiff. president of eiricrsjonoy surgery very lie added that the bleed. I NASA spokesman, said Glenn [accepted the nerve-fraying news calmly and ate what lo have jbeen his pro-launch breakfast. Powers quolcd Glenn as say- ing: "Well, we knew the wralher was forecast to he marginal, 50 I'm nol loo surprised. All we can do now is watch the weather. Ev- erything else, including me. is go. "I'm going back lo bed and get Powers lie talked lo Glenn Icini "He Riilal the outset of negotiations; or.e week exchanged belwcon Mos er al thc present lowever. Total water in n January amounted to gallons of water compared .0 in January, Here is the breakdown of Ihe number of gallons presently in be individual lakes. 196! Kirby Abilene Fort Phan- tom ;sngp view of progress by the heads of nf (h government mighl be needed be- fore June 1, the date scl bv Ihe IS nations taking part at.wcnl the two ami llirci'-qiiar- "eiff was issued liiesday Geneva open I ho firsl round of ikrs-hour sui-civ to check fnrlhcr 'Mil because an emergency negolialions. They also suggested, internal He hemnr- ''lf{ United Nations for a first rcixirlithat (be ministers should meet in 2 District Army Engineer Corps advance of the big conference op-r TJ -re He, San Anlonio was on a plane that; was grounded before it reached ulcers', llospilal said Dr. Khrushchev morni.'ig anil supplies are! I hat Hie conference should hi: op- cncil Dr. Roiff asked from his hos- that Il-St; student' defending himself in his Soviet cs-'a rule of cuslomary internaliona and lhal il applies lo Ihe So viel l.'-2 Pilol Powers was caplurcr near Sverdlovsk nn May I, after hc parachuted from his rc- cc-plane. lie was sub- sequently convicted of espionagei the military WEATHER II. S. DKI'AlirMKXT OK COMMKHCE In his reply today Kennedy sain mm throuuh Thursday uilh a ciwr.ce Eor Ik'M Wrxlnesday anil nlzlil. lllxli near 75. l.mi near M. lliursd.iy near 75. Ilith and low for 2l-hoyrs enili .llVISlOn Of MIC a a.m.: X anil (H. Kennedy told Khr docs nut jx'rhaps even tl shchcv hei" usefulness! eces.sity of if govern-i Supreme Court of (he Soviet Un- ion and sentenced lo 10 years' confinement. He was returned lo Woolworth dipped Vi and Radio the U. S. over the weekend in rose 'A. American Telephone, exchange for a Soviet spy. WestinghousD and Texaco were unchanged. DuPont and Ken- recoil lust fractions. (Distrilnilcd by The Hall Syndicate, Inc.) served) (All Rights Ro- Ibe new Army Corps of Kngi commander for Abilene, Col. John Arfman of Albuquerque. X at a Tuesday nonn luncheon. i Abilene was transferred l-'cli. I I am ready lo Ifrom Ihc jurisdiction of the Fort I participate personally at Ihe Corps of Kngineers to the heads of government level at any TiaT'Sin'sVi1 Albuquerque district. 'stage of the conference when il Also attending Ihe luncheon atiappcars that such participation NEWS 4 [PW shrwerj p trlnuest. Thurstlny Epncrally in ._ NORTHWEST TKXAS Cloudy Irxlav (ir.rt Thwrsjay. A lew LisTil In vsrsl nnrt nnrlh. Nut sn [ix'ny. hmichl -10 in norln lo -S.t In srviUi. Iliuh Thnriilar S  In (he Petroleum Club was Col. R.jcnnld positively affect the chances Paul West, district engineer of Ihei0[ success." said. Fort Worth district, and The U.S. message was delivered! of the Abilene Chamber of Com--.In Soviet r'nreign Minister Andrei mcrce hoard of directors. 'A. lirnmyko in Moscow today and SECTION A Radio-TV togi TV report 4 Bulincst oullooV 5 To Your Good Hcalrh 7 Bridge 7 Sporls SECTION B Obituaries Women's news 5 Amusements 6 Comics Ediloiiols 8 niii the room fur his he [rcr ID loslify to scidiicl suigcry 'i'uesday anil at a r.cws .Dr. Heiff asked Mrs. Hciff to i press, his appieci'ilion. Kennedy a ni-.vs umfor- i lie has been since with a or, Ian :il He firi.1 underwent sur-.of Pmv.-rs. who was ireed by (lie gory for a bleeding ulcer Kcb. ii..Soviet I'nn'ii Saturday in ex- 'Unconlrollahle bleeding h e g a n change fur C S. rr.i-ase of soviet din ing Ihe pasl weekend spy Kudo'.f AM. and doctors decided on the s.-c- The President (inclined lo say nitration Tuesday evening, ihnw Puwcrs was down j Dr. Hcilf has received a ni. i-.i 11 oils hl'iod tr.in.sfusioiis since en- Iciing the hospital. Dodd Bows Out of Anti-Red Rally SKN, THOMAS i WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Thomas ,1. D-Conn., bowed out today from parlicipatioa in Ihc conservative Young Ameri- cans for Freedom anli-Communist rally scheduled for March 7 in New York, Al the same lime il was dis- closed thai Sen. Barry Goldwatcr, R-Arir., was the prime mover in Ihe organizalion's withdrawal of an invention to resigned Mnj. Edwin A. Walker lo ad- dress a meeting billed as n "con Mir votive rally for world libera- tion from communism." Doilcl who hail been designated In receive nn award, wrnle Don aid B. Shafl, heart ot YAK, Ibal ID didn't want lo he "the only publicly identifiable Democrat in ralhcr large group of Republi- cans" at the session. Complaining Ihnl "al loasl one well-known political extremist lad invited to participate, Dodd wcnl on lo say: "1 regard the anti-Communist cause as one which, if il is lo succeed, must function as a bipartisan move- ment which is neither dominated nor identified with any political pnrly or any political faction." Dodd said he had expected to attend "a non-pnrllsan meeting for Iho purpose of honoring a di- verse Bi'oiip of Americans for con- ribulions to freedom and anti- commnniim." Instead, he said. "Ihc meeting iias come lo represent in the minds of many a partisan Ralh- ,-isa for Stales. for" former President Herbert Ing extremist coloration which seeks lo claim some exclu- sive relationship wilh the aati- Communisl movement." As a Senate Foreign Relations Commitlcc member. Dmlil strong, ly supported President Moise Tshomta of Katanga and con- ilemned the Unilcd Nalions for ils military action tn force Kalangn hack inlo the Congo. Tshnmbo had been marked foi n special nwiml nt. the rally bill has had trouble hying lo get n V. to Ihe I'liiledihc was cndoi'sinjj Walker's candi-jSenatnrial CampaiRii Committoe. dacy. The YAK was reported lo.tlnUlwater is txnind by the rn.c.s irds also had been arranged have hinled tn Walker he ought {of Ihe same not lo interfere in to withdraw. When the formerjslatc primaries. YAK withdrew] H- Young. ja targel for Slacks from John liici (iohlwalcr also was Society mcmlwrs, u-ixirled jdistance' frmu a new ofu. iwll in his slate showed a con- a memlicr of IhoJNew York consei valivcs flexinglsrrvalive trend. their muscles for an allack on' lie said in a statement lhat Hoover anil for Walker. didn't. I! ler and Sen. John 0. Tower, invitation, ed among YAI'' advisory board, was report- ed lo have notified the ;ion he could not appear on Ihc same platform wilh Walker since Ihc hitler had announced his can- didacy for Hit; Democratic nom- ination for governor of Texas. The Arizona senator was said lo have contended lhat any such nppcarancc would make il seem Nelsun A. Kockcfeller and Sen. Jacob K. .lavils. Aitles similar poll two years ago showed North Dakolans favored federal said he doesn't even know any to education by a :i-2 margin. those (orminK under tin: leader- ship of Kiel-man O'Doherly, Man- "This poll indicates this think- ing is completely reversed." he Italian lawyer, to opiwsc the gov- said. "While there is still strong crnor nnd senator fur rentitnina-jscntimenl for price supports tinn- farmers, there is more As chairman of the lluui previously." SKN. HAHHY (iOl.DWATKR, won't appear wilh W   

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