Abilene Reporter News, February 26, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1962, Abilene, Texas OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS'OR-FOES WE SKETCH'YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT BIST PS 290 OT UVX3JL SVTW 3103 9908 X9 oo sanvt ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, L ..JSi'ViTiAS ONE {By a display of children's goods In an Abilene store is this printed suggestion: "Ask Giandma to buy it for you." Grandma, we're lold, often al- ready has. Joe Blanton, Albany aiehilecl, author and organ-bull tier, would like to coiitacliolhers who have found in this West Central por- tion of Texas any Perseid me- tcoiiles. (Address: Albany And what is a Pciseid me- teorite? i The dictionary says it arrives In August. It is one of a group of shooting star's appearing an- nually about the llth of August, probably related to Swift's com- et, 1862. When a meteor hits the earth's atmosphere it catches fire and that's the blaze you see. Most meteors, we read, burn be- fore they, touch carUi. Blanlon knows of two Perse id meteorites which have landed in the Albany area. One, now used as a, paperweight at the Lambshead headquarters, of the Matthews Ranch (the ranch spiawls t northwest of Albany into'Throe kmoi ton was picked up by some cowboy years ago "must have been 50 years agfl." Not long'ago Joe picked up another, one. It was found about the time the Perseid arrives and it was found in the Albany Cemetery in a snot where there's considerable fool traffic, i The meteorite found on (he ranch is glistening black, about shape of a turkey egg slightly flattened. The me- teorite found in the Albany Cem- etery is larger and reddish black. Both are very haavy. Iri this talk of meteor and meteorite we picked up one piece of, "new'1 information it's a "meteor1' until it conies to earth and then it's a "me- teorite.'' Friendship 7's effects are mul- tiple. former Abileni- with close Abilene ties now executive director of the East Texasf Agricultural Council at Tyleri notifies that tlw event last week inspired some Tyler fellows to organize a new club. Its familiar title has new mean- ing, Begins at Forty Quite naturally, honor- ary national president and nom- inee" for the club's Man of the Year honor is LI, Col. John Glenn, USMC. Membership is open to any American male who has reached Birthday 40. "Members are urged to sport always a close-cropped hairdo, a Murdoch sets forth. "Present-day haircuts be- ing costly, our rules do not in- sist that members emulate the estimable Col. Glemv in sitting for a haircut each third day but. we do insist that bona fide members keep their hair clipped close at the temples, especially where showing tattle-tale gray "Qualified members arc can- against any inclination to haughtiness toward too-young- to-qualify American males. These less mature men are lo be urged to have patience and to .bask In the anticipation of the day when they, loo, can be- come full members of LEAF." Members are urged, also, lo weight control. Hero dropped from 195 to Members may not qualify quickly for .orbital flight, but they will be able lo circle more easily the block, at measured pace, and stairways will be- come less formidable. "Sweelwaler" is a fine word for typists possessing a strong left hand, says Jerry Jackson of the Snydcr Daily News. And Jerry suggests another good left-hander. "Scagraves." "ft looks downright discrim- inatory until you note that As- tronaut Glenn's first name, though only i foiir letters, is a good right-handed rponlckei." REACTION VARIED Katy Freight Train Derailed at Denison DJPNISON car. of a Missouri-K a n s a s-Texa freight train Jumped, the track nn< up in the middle of thi North Central Texas city early Sunday, i A tank car, loaded with Kero crashed Into a house, bu the'.occubant was not at home a time. no injurlst. ssociated Pr Fierce Algiers Fight Flares PERFORMING APPENDECTOMY ON HIMSELF Picture from Tass, official Soviet news agency, shows Dr. Leonid Rogozov, 26, performing appendectomy ori himself at Russian research station in Antarctic ori April 30, 1961. Tass said operation lasted one hour and 45 minutes. Rogozov knew for six weeks an oper- ation was necessary but planes were unavailable to bring in a surgeon. Two station members stood by during operation with instructions as to what injec- tion to give in the event Rogozov lost consciousness arid how to give blood transfusion. This picture came to Moscow recently by Soviet plane which went to Antarctica via New Zealand. (AP Wirephoto) Rockets Set Raging Fire Kennedy Near End of Tour By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roberl F. Kennedy entered the lome stretch of his world goodwill our Sunday to applause from non-Communist nations he visited and jeers from the Communist world. While Republican critics at lome expressed belief the attor- ney general was meddling in for eign policy, most foreign leaders seemed lo accept President Ken- nedy's brother as a spokesman 'or official policy. Newspapers in West Berlin vhere young Kennedy scored his most impressive triumph by de- claring the United States will 'iglit if the city is some comments on this subject. "Even if some U.S. career dip- lomats regard ttie activities of President Kennedy's brother with said Dor Tag, "there can be no doubt that all Ameri- cans agree that this brotherly dip- omacy can substantially deter- mine the American policies of to- morrow." And West Berlin's Telegraf de- clared "Everyone knows that [Jobert Kennedy riot only is the attorney general but also is one of his brother's closest advisers. This fact lends special weight to what he said in Berlin." Berliner Morgcnpost said Ken. ncdy's "personality radiated the spirit of Ihe oplimistic, forward- looking Western policies. Never Related stories, Pg. 3-A before had it been made so clear to us in the Island of West Ber- lin that freedom cannot be locked out forever by walls and barbed Kennedy's lour got off well at the first stop, Japan. Big crowds turned out, and although he was heckled by leftist students and jeered by a leftist crowd there were no serious incidents. One influential Japanese news- paper said Kennedy demonstra- ted "a new diplomatic goodwil technique more effective thnn printing one million propaganda Nationalist Chinese newspapers on Formosa were miffed because he paused only briefly there en route to his most difficult stop neutralist Indonesia. Indonesian students showed an ger because the United States would not side with Indonesia in its dispute over West New Guinea with the Netherlands, a U.S. allj in the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganizalion. Using some of his blunlesl Ian guage on Ihe tour, Kennedy warned Indonesians the Unilcd Slates would never be black mailed and told heckling stu dents: "You may disagree with us, but this doesn't mean lo say See REACTION, Pg. 6-A, Col. 3 U. S. DEPARTMENT OK COMMERCE WEATHER BUREAU [Weather niap, Pr. 3-At ABILEgJE AND VICINITY Iradta cloudy atid cooler Monday, much colder Monday night. Hlsh Monday aboul 55. low Monday jiljM 30, hljh Tuesday aboul 60. WnfHWEST TEXAS: _ Considerable and'rnuch colder north partly loudy and colder south Monday a few now flurries likely extreme north before loon. Partly cloudy Monday nlghl colder fOu.n. Consiocrable cloudless and not so Tuesday. HighMonday .rounnd 30 lo 5 south. TEMrKftATURKS 'UN. a.m. SUN. n.m. 34 65 34............ n 31 75 33 31 77 M ...........1 73 35 68 35 SI 38............ S-M 57 38 WEATHER 56............ High and low lor 24-hoLrs ending 9 p.m.; 7B and 31. High low same dale last .year; 72 -nd 31. Sunset Tast night: sunrise today: sunset tonicht: Barometer reading at 9 p.m.: 27.87. Humidity at B p.m.: M per cent. Mercury Drop Seen Tonight Provided thai a couple ot "ifs" go off as scheduled, Abilene and Central West Texas will be on the receiving end of gusting north winds that could drop tem- peratures below the freezing mark Monday night. A low pressure system centered in the Texas Panhandle Sunday night was expected to move north- ward out of Ihe slate, allowing considerable cold air north of the system to come roaring down through West Texas sometime Monday. Abilene recorded a trace of rain early Sunday resulting from a fog and drizzle that dissipated aboul 10 a.m. By ANDREW BOHIW1EC ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) Commandos ot the European Se- cret Army Organization fired ba- zooka rockets into a barracks of French military police Sunday night, setting raging fires in gas- oline storage tanks. Fire engines arriving at the scene in the Algiers suburb of Maison Carree were blocked with machine-gun fire (or nearly an hour while flames shot toward the sky. Reports said at least 10 per- sons were killed or wounded in the attack, one of the most dar- ing and spectacular actions ot the European terrorist group since it launched its desperate fight against Algeria's independence. The French army moved six heavy tanks and a score of other armored vehicles into (he area. It was believed thai the pres ence of a newly arrived antiler- rorisl squad in the barracks was the main reason [or the attack. Three limes in the past two weeks the Maison Carree bar racks have been the object ot se- cret army attacks with mortar and bazooka. The vast camp, sur rounded by rolls of barbed wire also houses several thousand fam ilies ot the military police. Castro Shows Up At Baseball Park HAVANA

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