Abilene Reporter News, March 3, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1962, Abilene, Texas Sis FAIR, WARMER "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS tv. c A innYOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron 81ST YEAR, NO. 259ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1962—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS As!fO€:iatcd Pre$,% (ÁP) Wide Hunt Starts For Overdue U2 KDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE. Calif. <APi—More than a dozen miliary aircraft were thrown into the search F'Tiday for a missing U2 plane. Seasoned U2 pilot ("apt. John CamptH‘11, 3«. of Laughlin Air Force Bast*, Tex,, has been over- been disclosed. The Air Force called it a routine flight. The U2, with its long, narrow wings, is especially hazxirdous toj fly in stormy weather and there; was a cold front in this area Thursday. i The search i.s concentrated in Only Treaty Will Stop From Air Testing due to return to this desert test tlie mountains that ring this re- search base on the Mojave Desert ICO miles north of Ix)s Angeles. ! At least nine l’2s have crashed j in the United States. This count | does not cover the one lo.st in the center since 9 o’clock Thursday night. A spokesman said his fuel would have been exhausted by 10.15 p.m. Several of the glider-like jets, capable of long hours of soaring |-‘^viet Union nor others used on in the thin reaches of the atmos-is^’’'^* missions, phere above 60,000 fet>t. have been' Because of the hcight.s (hey can taking pictures of cloud cover ihave been used to test over the western United States to secret gear designed for satellites j detect tornadoes    Midas,    which detects the A Mmilar plane, nfporlclly lak-lll''»' of missile exhaust, andj |Samos, which takes pictures farj thel Steel Talks Called Off; No Agreement Reached Kennedy Offers To Go to Summit Rv I.FWtS Gl I.ICK    j W ASHINGTON ' AP'—President ; Kennedy announced Friday night 1 See related stories, Pg. 5-A that the United States will resume RritiAh Prime Minister Harold By BOB VOELKFK .jcussions the union has presentedi Neither McDonald nor Coop<‘r*al.so had been meeting on a com- nuclear tests in the air    late Macmillan at Geneva^ to sign a ti'on.s^'wa.s'hniughrdo^^^    those earned in thej PITTSBURGH, Pa. < AP) —¡a list of propa*ia!s which it re-1 made any mention of sptx-ific pro-pxiny-by company ba.%is to iroi out April unless a fully effective test test ban treaty if the Soviet Union *——*..i---.    ....      —    U2    lost    in    the Soviet Union. Isieel negotiators broke off talksjgards as a minimum, but which I ptisals or counterproposals.    variour    issuer    not    covered    in    the    ban treaty is reiuhed with the accepted it in the opening month Ing pictures of military installa- territory almost two years ago. ('^mpbelTs exact mission has not They aiso have been u.sed to Friday night, dashing hopes forjin the opinion of the companiesj The union wants higher wages ovei-all conference U. S. Tests 01 Warheads Expected economic settlement,(Soviet Union by then    The    disarmament help spot capsules from Discov-|^ quick contract settlement in the would so incre.ase the heavy bur--and improvements in lob se uiity such as grievance pimedures.t Di.-elosing his momentom- deci-starting March 14, erer satellites as they plunge!jjjdu.stry.    den    of    employment    costs    as    to    and    unemployment benefits for and problems of arbitration. ‘^ion in a solemn radio-TA- address “R is our hope and prayer that Top-level negotiators had been‘impair seriously their compxtitivej some 4:WM>iK) members in the basic meeting since Feb. 15 in effortsj positions and thus to diminish, ;stt*tl industry. iment in line with pleas by Presi I dent Kennedy. Present pacts ex- David J. McDonald, United rather than expand, the employ-i ment security of the Steel-1”" workers.” McDonald said. "It has become evident that we have not been ¡down into the atmosphere toward I a recovery area m*ar Haw aii. At LauRhlin AF3 authontiex would reveal very little informa-! tion about Campbell. His home town is listed as Blas-, .    . dell, N.V , and ho ha.x boon sta-i""" ¿¡J,"* *' W liu    ">    undorstand,nsa hiv, in a housing projool on iho    '“f'"'" bargaining tljyj-p    would resume sometime after i Campbell, was a member of the    contracts for some W.ASHINGTON fAP'-The Unit- 4«Hh Strategic Wing but had been    .^eelworkers. ed States is expected to try out on detached duty at Edwards B. Conrad Cooper, chief indus-,    ,    !AF'B for Nome time    try negotiator, said the big prob- warheads for antimissile missiles,     unresolveti    is employment in nuclear tests it evidently plans:    security. to resume in the atmosphere I Emblems Mark    Optimism    had    run high in some noxl monih.    Pot, Pon Briqode Inaarters that a basis of agree- r « W. ..as    meni was imminent In lact. There was no confirmation h.-ro alOIKRS (AP -One of the cooper and .McDonald said pre-Enday, however, of reports that emblems being worn by Euioiyjously they had hoped to reach Stuelworkers currently average,to the nation, Kennedy offered to tho-sc grim, unwelcome tests will S3 28 an hour under pad' which;go to a summit meeting with So never have to be made.” Kennedy Union and management teram.s.e.vpire June 30. viet Premier Khpj.shi’hev on either the economic or noneconomic issues which would be of prime importance in any final' settlement.”    ; McDonald called the di.scussions fruitless. He said to continue them-at thus time "would serve no purpose other than to create false op- ^ timism and mislead the public and the members of our union in the belief that genuine progress is being made ” The union chieftan said union working blasts would include tests of a pe»n.s of Algeria the.se days is a\ome sort of agreement by*rnembers will continue neutron bomb intend«*d to block^^'mall lapel pin which shows an March 1.    present    t*ontracts    expiring' the mechanism of an enemy mis-Mcl>onald and C(K)per issuedl-June 30. sile. So far as official Matements and red, the French nation- separate statements following a go at least there has been no^^    P«”    are brief night conference, the tirst »tin that this weapon is ready for    ^    negotiation.s    opened, such tests    *    relereni e to the ras-i president Kennedy had urged a ...    ... serole Concerts of European resi quick noninflationery .settlement Anyw»y. some of ">"«J"    dent* who .stand on thoir hal-to avert an economy jarnng in- e a a    ^    comes    and    pound out the fivedieat'veniory buildup bv steel buyers. '    L    'rhythm of ••.Al ger.ie Kran-cai.se" Coo^r, a vie; pios.dent of mig be more e    ^ontment-'®^    deinonstrate.t^.S    Steel    C'orp    who    represented their support for the Kuroi^ean Se- il major .steel firms in the talks, crel Army Organization.    jsaid: “In the course of these dis- PrCwsident Kennedy, at a news    _______—---------- conferenc« Feb. 7. expressed con-t ^    i-vw cern that if the United States re FROM ACTIVE DUTY mained inactive in the nuclear ----- ing down incoming al ballistic mbsiles. In his statement. Cooper indicated that the initiative foi recessing the talk.s had bt*en taken* by McDonald and his aides. , Cooper said "We hope that the ■ union negotiators will consider modification of their position, and that we may rem*w here in Pitt.s-burg our joint search for a sound! solution that will provide maximum benefit to all To this end., (*j|    THE    (il'AHO    —    Two    prcsident.s,    incoming    and    outgoing, flank    i>r, we stand ready to meet with,    Jauncey    of    El    Paso,    speaker    for    the    annual    Ha.skell    Chamber of    iOm- '‘’xu^nrdUlTonly lha. he an-    ''^'’Ouet    Kricidv    night    At left is Bailey Toliver new nresident, an. Many Will Be Released Early testing field, while the Soviet Union perhaps prepared secretly for another .s<*iies of tests, then the Soviet Union might be first with a big breakthrough in the field of antimissile mi.ssiles. "It is a deadly business, this compel ition and I don’t say much sexurity comes of it.” he said "Rut    less    s€‘curily would certainly eoiTM*    out of It il we iier-jmated 2,500 cuUcge    students wlwiSeptember and    October.    duringUbe market    place”    he said mitted    them    to make a decisive    were called to active    military duly    buildup    resulting    from    the "The only    sure way to    increax in an area like an    as Reserves or National Guards-cri.sis    lemployment    in the    steel    indu.stry o 1    «la    ih-    ‘s    to    sell    and    produce more sieei.; Penlag.m offinal» .md Ihr gai ly,    ^ ticipated that formal bargaining for new agreements will reconvene .sometime after May l. Cooper emphasized that the de mands proposed by (he union would, he said, harm the steel c*ompanies’ ewnj^>etitive ixi.silion "1 believe it is becoming in creasingly clear that UitTe is no employment security in any com !pany. or in any industry which nmrce banquet Friday night At left is Bailey Toliver new president, and at right i.s Ira Hester, retiring Haskell C of C head. (Staff photo by No» man Fi-hei) WASHINGTON »AP'->.An esti-,for a maximum of one year last.    comi>ele    .succes.sfully    in Haskell's Gerald McCoy Is Outstanding Teacher breakthrough in an area like an as Reserves or National Guards AIUBM” — anti-mtercontinental will t>e eiigible tor early dis-ballistic missile.    charge under an order announced Besides the upcoming nuck*ar Friday by the Defense ment The order, .signed by Sei retary of i)ficnse RoUut S. McNuiUaia. DeparU release for teachers and IS in line with standing policy and.^bpir co.sts more has no bearing on whether Beriin ci i.sis has ea.seil. not only make competitive but ^^® !also make their planl.s and equip ment more comi>etitive—esp<*cial tesla, the Army 1» planning a separate experiment thi.s spring It expeiis to fire a    Nike-Zeus    exj^cled to apply also to    ori They said no deiision has been msi'Stl«’    7(g)    high school and other set ond-|made on a date for general re ICBM shcg over the I acific lom^^^ school teachers now in uni-jlea.se of Ihe 155.0(g) Reserves and California    ifurm    :Guardsmen called up last fall, 'The Nike-Zeus. to lie fired    from    fbe action will r«*lease    the Students and teachers seeking Kwajalein atoll,    is unlikely tOite^^jthers and students in July    and early release must present papers carry a nuclear    warhead.    The    August, in time for summer school .showing they have been acceptt*d; C^l||||v fliyilC Hjf or the fall sch«)! term It mean.s|by an educational institution, lliey-rOIIIvi Vlfvil IliJ some of them may be getting out ;will not be demobilized more than as much ond vKi rt p-'n. ' Il •    « Hv-vier I let.-'nr \ ^    -u II ‘hi h mam puri>ose of this test is to check the eifectivene.ss of contro- versial radar and work (Hit thefuf uniform as much as 90 daysllO days before the    I    if    A    fAf    T    i1||yf0l1 entire system, including guidance early.    'date    of    the school or college in-| gear and the rocket iself.    i    They    were    mustered    into    MTvicelvolved. B\ NORMAN    Fl.sitKR    instructor,    was huiUiieU hv th*= HciMirler-.Vfws .stall Writer    l.ions Club    as the yuar '    Out land HA'vKFUU — "It b alKHi! time ing Teacher A ccrtifu.ae    wa- Am* ru-’P.: get then no.'-es out of prt .scntcd .McCoy by Is J    F the mud where the hog;- are and t-“lenuc.id Jr , I.:ons ilub    icp-    . p-e-i ii» up into the -vtar-■’ Dr .1 mH- II 1 c-ciit itive    tht-    Ha-Ki-U Imme- ol E! U’asu told the nici-e 1- i-oihmi wrang with Dr .1. un«' 11 SM U Chamber    of Uommert «•    \m* iH m    s< .e; • t, D    Jauiu «•> Robc t H i ly with those of formgn pro-j,, ¡ ,. Knday night    '-aid Fie. -ion en;am    -i 01:    ;d- ducers; but six years of steadily;    <■ mnot take adcaiit.ige of w «>«. win- ovn 1h * - -«i.- decreasing profits have made Ihi.s tutu e if we are not proud of The -fen . o' \0" a ■ th« increasingly difficult."    ibmni:    Americans. ’ he -.tid    -cd ikc 01 fi •• nau ~    "    “    Di J iunccy minister of the El d,. j, |P..sn f irst Uhnstian Churcti a.ad s. ,-p, ,.s oi n, ja iuiMcr cngineei w.iv pnncip .1 i,ui I« -    -    *i;:i    ¡u>aa    c    ia; i ;ja .iCe! lor the 2bth .umuol dm i„ la- ; a:, h t”k. ncr mc- Hn^j oi the Ha-kcl! ( h.mi y ,    i v*i , h. a .(.a A» Iht ,Al;ai at the dinner (icrald Me i o>,    High    St    hiHil    SA    iciK    i C\ Old on t! Johnson Claims U.S. Running Toward Moon By GARTH JONES AUSTIN t.AD—Vice President I.yndon Johnson declared Friday night that America has stopjied strolling and started running ward the moon. IiHle|)entk*nt‘e Day fit>m Mexico its national product than other "We have much to be pruud of'free world countries and much to protect," he said Johnson said increases in the ;”We do not have a second rate gross national product, corpora-,i(>unlry or a second rate govern-Uum profits, jiersonal income. f*^‘>ment We are going to protect farm income, employment and 'this cmintry as long as we have ¡other indu es show that Ihe na- He these."    ¡lion’s    economy    is improving. 'ITie l.btW bankers and their-said it still isn’t perfect, wives stood up and applauded ' "There are soft spots in the "(Xji space program has b«*en economy and unemployment is still di.sturbing," he said, "but these figures do not spell the end at free enterprise—far from il. "Instead. the> s()ell (Hit a Johnson made the comment to a group of Texas bankers shortly after President John F. Kennedy announced plans to resume atomic tests In the air in a nationwide neither provcH*alive nor timid," teh*xisi(Hi Hjieei h    he said "We have stopiied stroll- "'Hiese were careful words ik* mg and have starliwl running lo-ckled uptHi in his careful, prayer. 1 ward the muon," ful manner and the decision was. Johnson said llie nation’s iHibllcIstrengtheiUHl economy—and that »nnounct*d only after he had ex-iSfHfmling is strengllwning. not means a strengthened free enler-amined all military and moral j weakening, free enlerpn.se econ-ipri.se system’’ aspects of resumption of nuclearlomy    Johnson    said    the    "nation is testing in the atmosphere." .lohii-| He .HCofftnl at thus«* who lielieve strong only to the extent that it son said of the President’s that this country "is sonii*how bi*lieves m itself and has con ipeech,    iaiMfiuiing its way into sunnalism " fidence in itself." Johnson spoke to the convention I Some conservativis have madej "A nation can fall nuHe easily of the t’enlral Texas District of { such charges.    to its internal tears and divisions the Texas Bankers Ass(K*iation, ! Johnson cited previously pub^ than it can to an external ene- WADIXJRF. Md ♦ ,\P -Ridurn ing home Thursday night with his I wife and two ttH'n-aged children J chemist F.dward D Jones saw his hou.se was on fire W'hile his wife Fleanor and daughter Carol, 16, drove hunied ly to a neighfHir’s home to turn in an alarm, Jones and his »on. Jerry, 14. dashed inside the hou‘-e in search of his three ycHingei sons. Jerry reappcari*d Jones, 44 did not His b(xly was found later about 10 feet from the front disir Firemen found the bodies of John, 12 Doug, 5, and Mark, 8 months, scattered through the two-story house. Mrs Jones was taken to a neighbor’s home in a slate of sh(K‘k Jones worked for the naxal research laboratory in Wa>hing ton. Waldorf is in .southern Mary : land about 30 miles southeast ofi Washington. ut Six Seek 2 Seats On Commission H d. glow -ij. ; X ' ■ It IS tb t .itlV n.(tinii the I lilted : to lie strs'n;» unhkcis. Ihr J SI.-;C.s .lit lU«' ‘iil WOl .d HtuTi»ln beV to sialf Iruofinng officers of the H.r kell Ch.inilH'j arc Bailey rclivc: pre.sidctit Ira Hester, tii'i \i c preside*'» Desmond •^hdaiicv sci HI .t t.iuin|)h ('vv-i d wc I out I i< N..V le M w. e •*(. (ju’■( of the ( n;‘‘" !• a,.)!' !i *. h tw-Aii a»»' süfxrmtr'D-lí n' tJir (Hei n..    ■ N.ni    T.. h(H)' ec -\.    •    . ■ ( ‘ e> •    •    e • i.l H T'l ,t . N.4ÌM !’v ( ie' li I ■ . J;:.n It D and I ».lid .solemnly in calling on ' Khrushchev to take the "monu-m !mental step toward peace" of signing a test ban treaty. He pinned the choice directly on Khrushchev, who first broke the atomic test moratorium last Sept 1. ‘ It is the leaders of the Soviet I'nion who mu.st bear the heavy responsibility of choosing, in the week that lie ah**ad, whether we proceed with these disarmament) steps—or proceed with new tests," Kennixly said. The President told the nation "in all candor." however, that last fall’s iroviet test series. ”in the ab-^nce of further Western progress, could well provide the :Soviet Union with a nuclear attack and defense capability so powerful as to encourage aggressive de.signs.” .Should the United States not protect Its security by resuming I atmospheric tt-tKennedy cN>n-tended. the .Soviet Union would stH' this as a sign of weakness and fear So by resuming i -.st«, the Pre.s-ident .»aid. he hope actually to sircn.qthen p«‘.ice prosjiects be-Icausc the Red leaders will realize then ‘that the West will no longer Mand %iiU" while the Soviet Union ,ica,- I Kennedy gave a detailed de-jfense of his decision to resume ‘tea in the wake of the Soviet action in hre -’^ing the atomic te.st moratonum Ian fall. Mast of the modern I S mi.wile arsenal re-i!;c- on atomic Vvarheads which (have never been operation.! lly ¡tested And weaponeers are |.searching for a breakthrough to-;ward an antimu.-ile mi>sile to -hiKii down atlackinj; inicrconli-rientai rockets I Kenntdy declared that U S se-pji-ident    uunty reijuiremerU and    thase of 1 os vKjut 3<id    lYte frt*e world,    demand    that    th« ( .-.ielotium of    Anited Sta*    proieed    with    its t    .At    the - mie time h« w i>.),.K‘.jitd by hlanu'd »he Ru •»' for U S re-„ li.s-ih.en -itHKil    sumtnion,    depl»    red the .»tep-up in K ti. •■o'ciit tor    ai m-,    r- ,    and dt- lared that piovnb-d b> the    I nion has the power. H .-kell High {trough egrc-.no to test ban ho de tfiM'mhie    ^    j^e >1 'he 11 i-ki'll rnushn*orrur..' jtT.ic race hi” -    ) T. ■ },i .»holt, h^'niii^dy aid. *'in Pogue H F Ste- ¡w^. uhvencc cf .1 firm anreement r iHii.tms Opal vvouW tvdt nuclear te.sts by M ( oduin AKin    1^.    pater    put    of April we ¡shall *’• Mew-    .;he/;d    wPh    cur talks at Ge- l...'‘.'sion W.id.uf* i    .> ^ Htsls r .M» hEWEDV. Pg. 4-\. t’(»U 1-2 nt H K .Ste- Johnson brought out time« the coniUHtion several {licizid figures in an eUiMi Ih twwn to show that at federal, dale and my," he said. "Never should we! elose «Hir eyes to upleasant Kennedy’» stwtHh and the eele-|UKal l«veli the United States i*'|fact*. But never should we create brat ion Friday in Texas of Texas speiuling a smaller percentage of unfounded fear« and distrust." NEWS INDEX SECTION A Sporti    ......    6-S AmMtomonti .........  9 Oil nowi    .....    12 SECTION i f ridg«       .    2 Church nowi .....  2 Womon’i nfwi  ..... 3 Comici    ........... 4, S Ediloriok .........  6 ObiluoriOi    ..........    10 Rodio-TV lofi........  .    10 TV Scout     10 Form iMwi, morkoti 11 Filing dc.idhne for the Aiulene city conmii-Nion p.is.'sid quietly at 5 pm Friday with no addiliun al . undidate.s jomiii-; in tho 1 *ci* Six ' anitid.de-^ h.id previously tiled for the two cii pl.ues tu he otH-n in the April 3 eh -t- 01 I .uididate*- for Pl.o e 2 are UtrlHii Hub- JohtiNon. John s Tr« ai’oi -ind rruin.a» 1’ Kirk Ttie .«tuth |ri.»w ; = held hx Ray Gnsham. who iha: announced he will not xeek (re«*le* ( ion. D B pete' GiHSvh, George Kad vu*! and .) Gordon Ah'xainter have íiUhI with the Ahih-ne city .xtH'relai y ¡v ¡ aiididate.- tor the Pl.ice 4 city commis.xion seat now held by Russell Day. who has also annouiued he will not run lor H'eltH'tion Place 2 ami Pla«e 4 are the iOiily two upiitnissioii :-eath to be filled by Ctes at the M ly 3 elee .tion. WEATHER W t* \ Simda v*> i.'il Balliiijicr ¡11 haritidii oi îlit aWlrat IRtpottrT-JíttDí .» tlieVMIMISI    01 KtMVIIKtl Wl XIHl h HI HI VI • Wiailirt    !'•*?    C'H> vhii Kcr    viiixnv    n.    . commihiion,Mil»*!.' s-«ii îU> High -..«tUilijv d!:a %.<ll I«-, 'A !.. il ;t>x. ».it.ii d.iv •    Ji    !<• 1 NOH t 11 X 1 .M H VI    I r C    «I «•itü wiiriiri h«itU)4Í.i> «mS VtluiOj. r. .:> Siiixlay {titt’tl.v I luudy    .ígiU    ^    C. vt.irinn    ilui    S.i«u>drfx «4 1 MMilHWl^í'l rVW.s    it.ji •    . IX 1 !t uitx    .i.tjy thf.-u«*»    '    • W.ti tilt! tiiK I M'i it.ii. h«lui<lav Sul.- iimuiHxMMii ».■.(( r    " Mil inwi-*=! 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