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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 18, 1962, Abilene, Texas WO'^'^^ ,«.n?.«rïS ,é^‘^hà "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron 81ST YEAR, NO. 274 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1962—FIFTY-SIX PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS A»no€ÌntpA Preu (Æ*) Russian Space Projects Suggested U.S. Striking Power Couid Meet Attack NANCY MEETS THE GOV ERNOR — Nine-year old Nancy Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Robertson of 2242 Idle wild St., greets Gov. Price Daniel at a reception shortly after his arrival in Abilene Saturday. Looking on is Dr. Virginia Boyd, wife of J. Ed Connally of Abilene. The governor sports a long green bow tie which he wore at a St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Shamrock earlier in the day. (Staff photo by Jimmy Parsons) Attacks By Foes Help, Says Daniel Gov. Price Daniel predicted here Sf-iturday night that he will breeze to an unprecedented fourth Urm — without a runoff •— “if four Kriated story, Pg. 2-.\ By BFM prick WASHINGTON iAP)-Secretary of Defense Rof)eri S McNamara said Saturday U S. nuclear striking power is so immense the nation could absorb a surprise assault, then destroy Russia, and still Iiave enough left over to counter a blackmail threat from any third power. This is a point which has long bothered many .strategists, particularly in view of the possibility that Red China will develop atomic weapons m the near future. McNamara, in a wide-ranging interview', also said: 1. By the end of 1962 the United States will be able to meet nonnuclear war crises on two fronts^ simultaneously without resorting! immediately to partial mobiliza-! tion. That is something the coun-! try has not been able to do since World War II.    j 2. .Southeast .Asia is vital to the FUMES KILL CHILD ASLEEP IN AUTO; 6 OTHERS OKAY ROSCOE (RNS) — The seven children of a Fort Worth couple were asleep in the back seat of the family car driving between Sweetwater and Roscoe Saturday morning. Then one of them became ill and the parents discovered that their 9-year-old daughter had died, apparently of carbon monoxide fumes seeping into the car. Patricia Ann Lee, 9, was pronounced dead on arrival at Roscoe Clinic about 7:30 a.m. Her four sisters and two brothers, all younger than Patricia Ann, were treated and released. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Jr. of Fort Worth, said they were en route from Fort Worth to Denver, Colo., and that there was no hint of danger until one child became ill. Patricia Ann was born May 13, 1952. Wells Funeral Home of Roscoe took the body to Fort Worth later Saturday. Baker Funeral Home there will announce arrangements. Kennedy Wants Joint Program By I.EWIS GIUICK WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy want.s the United States and the Soviet Union to work together soon on such space job.s as weather foreca.«!Ung and global communication.s. And he suggests future joint effort.s for travel to the moon and planets. Kennedy proposed a wide range of jomt .space undertakings—some It KmPéft with each country to shoot _ cloud-photographing satellite into an orbit perpendicular to the other so the two can provide weather data covering the whole world 2 Each country operating radio tracking stations to help track the other’s space shots. .3. Each country launching a scientific satellite in comf^emen-tary orbits to map the earth’s FIGHTING STOPPED — A UN cease-fire Saturday halted fighting between Israeli and Syrian forces on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee. Both sides claimed victory in the hottert cla.sh in two years between the two countries. An Lsraeli army spokesman said a unit attacked a Syrian stronghold, blew up the fortification and killed 30 Syrians at a cost of five Israeli dead a«i 10 wounded. <AP W'irephotot relatively simple and some very!magnetic field in space, difficult—in a March 7 letter tol 4. Experimenting in interconlin-Soviet Premier Khrushchev. In the ental communicatifins thrmigh sa-message made public Saturday byjteliites. a venture in which (Xher the White House, Kennedy called countries are already cooperating for U.S.-Soviet cooperation in:    iwith the United States. 1. Launching weather satellites. All 6 Eastland Districts Spurn Consolidation Plan 5. Pooling efforts and exchange knowledge in space .medicine, because of “our common interest: Syria (lashes With Israeli Army Units By ERIC GOTTGETREU TEL AVIV, Israel (.AP> - A in manned space flights and in <»ase*fire early Saturday other candidates continue security of the Pacific and the Pa- EASTU'\ND IRNS> — A two-Hand Mayor Cyrus B Frost .Ir.!their right and so it shall be” Daniel May Ask For Absolute Limit On Oil Imports they’re per.sonal attacks againstivific is vital to the security of the ¡United States, but the application me year fight over proposed school;led the opposition to the consoli- insuring man’s ability to survive halted the hottest frontier battle in space and return safely.’’ |in two years between Syria and The President suggested repre-: Israel. Both sides had thrown in sentatives of the two countries to-artillery and warplanes along the the U..N, Outer Space Cwnmittee Sea of Galilee and both clainied meeting starting in New York victory. next Monday cmnfer privately to; As the fighting raged, two Is- planes dropped bombg on The Kennedy letter, couched »northern Jordan near the scene nonpropaganda of the battle, a Jordanian miU-spokesman said in Amman. Mrs. Joseph M Perkins. chair-'^*2    cooperation    in    Authorities    in    Jordan    announced man of the pro - consolidation^    ®f‘'they    had    offered    militao'    support ________      kroup.    was not available for com- a ¿ood chance of success    Israei-’    the com- race,” commented the campaign-¡automatically defeat the Commu-|^^n y^ters rejected consolidation    pi-rtinn    «.me    were    left    wi    a    vacationl    The    letter    followed    up    on    a    "'®” jing governor. “1 do feel i wiUinists unless there i& internal eco-    6    to    1.    f.!:f«.trip a week ago.    ¡Kennedy    -    Khrushchev    exchange    Syria    accused    Israel    of    treach- consolidation in the six school dis-¡dation, tricts in the eastern half of East-j Sentiment -1 te€l very good «bout tlic of military force alone will    eiimaxed    Saturday    the I W in the race. ' Gov, Daniel did not mention the names of the four candidates in an interview, but said, “If they nomic and social reform. Southeast Asia points like a The total vote in tricts — Eastland, Ranger. Olden. ; dagger towai^ the heart of the Gorman. Carbon, and Desdemonaairing given the an .    heard to say that the schools will;^*^P ^    iaft7r thA FAh”w    and    accressiofi Goida Mrir the SIX dis- ^ .mnroved because of the thor-» Eastland Mayor Frost sa d    20    orbital flight byana aggression, yowa .vieiT,   be improved because    ^    excellence    of    our present« Glenn Jr.jlfaris foreign minis^r, d- school    the    defeati'"”’^!'    Sx>v.et Premier made    clared. We had no alternati« of consolidation It is believed that    proposal    for    space    coop-but to take action against th« Gov. Price Daniel declared he change and start pre.sentmg ajAustralia and stretches northward consolidation and 3,055 vWing!    «ration bet*een the two cold war Syrian military position, from vot.”iii a”hvil^plAot!nn^*in'^'i^'Cnmmented after the election that:    were    defeated,    spent    53.-1 i"“    ah«»!«! h«    «!>«!«>“* 'hat    the    peo-.»»»-    '‘hile    ^e    supporters of our known    history    of the county.    i    j    «    i.    i.    -m.    «    •    schools    who    were    victorious TKsa    AiA    »ev    pl^    <1®    oot    wisH    cHangc.    That    \itioriou», The    proposal    did niH    gam    ap-i rich island chain which begins atj^vias 3,542 with 487 voting for will urge Congress to prescribe constructive program instead of Jbrough Indone.sia, the Philippines absolute limit” on foreign oil ¡running down the governor and,and the Ruyukus to Japan. imports in the proposed trade bill ¡the stale if President Kennedy fails to cur- runoff. then there might be a The interview covered a multitude of other points, with somei tail petroleum importation on hisi “i jo not believe that anyone question^. McNamara gaveiproval in any of the six districts.; own initiative.    who    engages    in    a    dirty    campaign    but    answers.    When!    'The    span    of    disapproval    ranged he felt he should not answer a^from about 3-to-l in Eastland to question, he said .so.    l20-to-l    at    Gorman. Many have held that Civil De- District The governor revealed his in-: will bring clean government into tention.s on the foreign oil i.ssue office." Saturday night following several He asked voters in a televi.sionj    r- *i j local campaign appearance.s. address hi’re not to determine    integral    part    of    the    Eastland Daniel said he discussed the im-;whether they should ca.st their-® deterrent posture; that ports with the President In Wash-[votes in the .May primary for him*" Soviets feel they cannot de- «cn ington last week.    Ion    length    of    hi.s    service,    “but    on ‘He could, through administra-ithe type of service.” tive action, hold down oil imports,” said the immediate past chairman of the Interstate Oil Compact Commission. Gov. ‘Honesiy. Integrity” Daniel said the mapr liver a cru.shing first blow they Borman will be deterred from attacking.. Mc.Namara disagrees. He lieves that the Rus.siaas would not!    district    had    to    approve    the For Against 260 762 ; 106 802 41 195 44 828 24 238 12 140 It's Official Now, Uncertain's Wet spent less than $80. These facts s})cak for themselves as to the antagonists.    which    firing    was    directed    at    Is- Although Khrushchev has yet tojraeli fishermen and pdice boats,’* reply to the March 7 letter, ad-i An Israeli army spokesman minirtration officials professed to said units of Israel’s army ^ no Kremlin coolness in this.(stormed g Syrian stronghold on true will of the people in East land. A statement also was issued by They »aid the subject is to« com.i,he east coast of lit* Sea of Ga- UNCERTAIN, Tex. «API _ Vn- certain is now officially wet The plicated to allow a speedy    ”    3 n* I    i!!»!!««! » Syrian, at a cost of fiv. the press committee working out propagai^a'**^    ;    Israelis    dead    and    10 wounded. of the Eastland County School Ad-|    gj-    ¿videnc#    nf    Snvi*»*    inJ    %ria    said    the    Israelis were re- It terest, they cited past public    the    loss of four tanki statements by Khrushchev. pri-|and numerous casualties and that ,    .    t    u    t    be    too    ctmcerned    with    hnu    m-rnv    ‘^®*^^bdation    to    make it binding accomplishment of his five years|*f to® <‘t>«<^erned with how man>    ,    .nncniiH.ti.« *in tlie gubernatorial .seat has bet‘n Americans they could kill "If he fails to do this when the that "1 have restored honesty and;h»*    k«rinTcolmerstn?^ promised hetler education without trade bill come, up in Congress.,integrity to the halls of slate *«>«■'---    increa.sed    taxes,    proposing    to    con- I’m going to urge that they <Con-'ernment — and that was not the *”** counierstnke force, he tc ihsx fr-.,-    iSoUdate    only    high    school and jun gressment write in an absolutCicase before I tcxik office.    \h    c, k ,    leaving    the Umit on foreign oil imports. . An.swering criticism on seeking^ 'be subject of    jcjiools    as they are in “We simply have to start think-ia fourth term, he remarked, “The !    public    in    the    past.jg^^jj    town, Ing    about our own    country and greatest danger of a long tenure |'bere    has    been    a    singular lack    ofi    Opponent.^    of the    plan    used our    own producers    as the state would be if the governor misused    McNAM.ARA,    i»g    lo    A    Col    3i®^bool    records    in an    effort    to department thinks about foreign , his appointive power and dictât-    ‘    ‘    ’    ’    I prove the present system more nations,” Daniel toid a reporter, ed to his boards or appointed dts-       than    adequate.    Ea.stland    School The governor said he obtained,honest people.”    UICATUtl>    Wendell    Siebert    and    East signatures of governors of 32 of, Daniel submitted a list of a doz-the 3« oil-producing states at thei^n of bus appointee.s from the Abi-last    Compact Commission meet-i|çne area, citing them as exam- Ing    on a telegram    apfiealing tojpj^g pj the men and women of the president to set a ceiling on oil imports. WEATHER IL M. l>M>VKTMfM 0> COMM!» Kl i    Wl    CTHKH Mt'RI-.Ar 4W>a(b«.r W»p. I'agr S B) .w««.«.-« n .A « I s    s. ABILKNI.: AM) VK'lMTY «Radiua    4<i i.See DAMFL, Pg. lO-A, (oU. I, 2 mile*» Partly cloudy to cloudy viarm i and windy through Monday with    « recent 87-5 vote for the sale of    principal rea-jvate discussions between Secre- a^illery set ablaze the base from all alcoholic beverages was can-'*'^”'' ''by the six district consoli- tary of State Dean Rusk and So- which the attack was launched vassed Friday and officially    *” Eastland County viet Foreign Minister Andrei A.iSynan casualties were given aa ‘ted.    approved The conmiit-1Gromyko this month and last fall,    bve    wounded.    Israel su..    ...    "denied    any tanks were involved. The night attack came after ,    ,    ...    —several days erf clashes on tht of the Texas Liouor Control Board • ‘li T*’ ^    accept-|sea    of    Galilee in which each side ... Lsiquor vx)mroi »oara vinced after evaluation (rf exist- an/c nt hie «ff«r x./x..ia k« .« i, many    ®    make it ninding^ t- .    j ♦    w    bsts    the    following    factors    as    land    Rur^.sian    participation    in    U.N    ! but' Broponents of consolidation, led Liquor stores and taverns prob- hemg respcMisible for the defeat of sp.ice activities    : meri>y Dr. James Whittington, had ably won’t open for about « the issue.    Ts    KennX    aides see it the! nmrnKtfvi h<»tTAr #Niiir*iitinn wifhAii# TTlOnth, hOWCV6f* R^prCSPfltiltlVCS           ....    *    ! visited here la.st week to offer ¡ing'systems thaimore^han'^de-’f^rt t L advice about obtaining licenses‘ uate erca^ onll op^^ and said it would be » so ? ..    a    .start    towards    cooperation    where    and    fishermen. little exists now. I «ater gains, in their view, could An Israeli army spokesman ol troopi, disclosed. . ANIMAL BACKS OFF Musgrave, Others Buy Holiday Inn Abilene building contractor Kenneth L. Musgrave and associates, bought out other stockholders in picture on Pg. 8-A *li*hi chjiiir<> for scattered showers on .Monday High both days 75, low both nishis near 50 ■NORTH CKNTRAL TKXAS Consider able Houdmeijs Sunday through Monday A    altA^'AS'aE       IB*. lew showers Vfonday afternoon No imi>ortanl temperature changes High Sun Isocated on the south side the Holiday Inn Motor Hotel here Highway 80 on the west edge of Saturday.    ¡Abilene, the Holiday inn iKCupies Musgrave’s company built the    baif    of    an    eight-acre plot hotel in 1958, at a cost of $750.000. p’be mam building contains the ho said    irestaurant, banquet rooms and Musgrave confirmed the sale ofi»®bby area. Sixty - four imlividual the property Saturday night, but”®''* dividetl equally between declined to name the other    double    cabins, ties involved or the purchase; Along with the motti is a serv ds\ «5-75 NORTHWKST TKXA.S Partly cloudy Sunday Uirough Monday A liUlc warmer ^rth portion Sunday night. High Sunday .SOI rilWF>iT TKXAS: Cloudy Sunday through Monday with m attcriMl light rain Monday and e«»t pxirtion Sunday ami Sunday night No imiHjrtant tempera tur* change lt.:;h Sunday »5 73 TKMI'l R Vri Rl .«« Saturday p m 1 00    .    h 2 (II)    .    tA 3 00    ,.    S5 4 00    »5 3 00    . .    M «00 »1 7 00    m « >M)    sn 3 iw    -    57 111 .7» about 30 now available to student.s days before everything can be, “2. To have voted for con.solida-    vkArm processed.    ¡tion    would    have    immediately    giv-jcome    in*’faster"scienlifira<ivanc The first «ale of alcohol in Un- en rise to a multitude of unan-;than otherwise possible and per-! strength not certain will be the first such legal,swerable questuMw relative to or-ihaps a saving in costs to both    attack, sale in Harrison County m 50 ganization, administration    and j sides    I    Lsraeli    territory    runs    aboi^ construction costs.    j    U    S.    officials figure a coopera-halfway up the east coast of thi “3. Inaccuracy of cost estimates I tive space program would not    of Galilee and then pinchef by (N>nsolidation proponents which! give the Reds any lopsided ad-would have re.suited in    much See SPAt'K, Pg. 10-A, Col. 3 years Housewife Gefs Cougar By Ear, Saves Boy, 6 greater tax burdens on taxpayers in years to come. ”4 Re.sentmtmt of the majority toward the arbitrary manner in which the plan was drawn up and promoted in the county.”    j off into territory controlled by See SYRIA, Pg. 10-A, Col. 1 nf'Saturday a m 01    ^7 47 47 4t> 4t. 45 44 47 xi 55 51 «2 price.    I    ice station, and a 25 by 50 foot He said that the stockholders ¡swimming pool, who attended a Saturday meeting! At the time construction was an-were paid for their stock    nounced in October ol 1957, the H. L. Carmack, manager of the group assiKiateil in the j)roj«*ct in-Holiday liiii, said that “the stock-iHuded Dr. Harry Bridge, presi-holders have been paid ... and dent; Bill Evans, vice prt‘sident, the Holiday Inn ha.s gone into theUiiid Alex Bickley, sc*eretai7 and hands of Kenneth Musgrave and treasurer. StiK kholders and direc-his associates.”    ¡tors wt‘ie listed as including- Jack Carmack said that he would Minter, Horace and Don Wooten, 11 W) 12 00 High and low (or 24 hour« ending I pm h* .»rtd 43 High and low «am« data last >eai 150 4iid 43 Sun*rt l««t night • 4fi aunrts« toda» I . sunset tonight « 40 H«ionirtrr rtsdiug at » pm 2i S3. Huiridiiy at H p m - «0 ppr irnt Hl.NTON, Alta. bP - Elsi« McEvoy. a Hinton housewife, grabbed a cougar by the ears and pulled it off a 6-year-old boy Friday. Brian Kilbreath was in serious condition in a hospital Saturday following the attack. Brian was playing 290 yards from hi.>; home with other children when the cougar jumped him Mrs. Mt Kvoy raced to the scene, picking up a stick on tlie way, but could not l>eat the animal off. "I did the only thing I could.” Mrs McEvoy said. “I grabbed the cougar by its ears and tore it from the frightened boy." The cougar retreated, but the boy had suffered claw marks on the face and a severe scratch to one eye A hunter later killed the NEWS INDEX SiCTION A cougar. It had emerged    from    a clump of bushes    only    a stone’s throw from    one    of Hinton’s main streets before the attack on Brian. Game officials said they were mysti-fietl as to why the animal should have come into the town, in the foot hills of the Rocky .Mountains 180 miles west of Edmonton. The cougar’s body was shipjR-d to Edmonton for test.s to determine if it was rabid. Obituari«« Editori« is Oil nows . 6 12 13 SECTION B Rodie*TV logs .  .....  4 TV Scout ......... Amus«fn«ntt ......... Bridge    ........ Dyeii Pi* Pag# Form news, marktts . . . SECTION Wom«ii'i Dxtw«« 1-14 SECTION Sports    .... Cburcb n«wi .... Book i»«ws 1-5 10 10 that he would stay on as manager, and that he did not anticipate any change in policies. Charles A. Walker. Wayne Durham. Jack Boles. Marvin Grimes, J. I). Arthur. E. G. (ialbrailh, The motor hotel, completed in|Haul Powers, Jake Moorman, June of 1958, is one of more thanjBugh Hanley, S. M Jay, Curtis $28,323 STOLEN Thugs Get Bloomburg Bank Safe BLOOMBURG, T»*x. iAP- Bur-glars cut a hole through the vault of the Blooml)Uig State Rank bt*- $5,0«) in travelers crfiecks and'story brick structure in tlie cent-1$9«i.ooa deposits and is a member| about $ii4M) in savings bonds. ¡(»|- yf town of 4«) to 30i) fro!n|oi the Feife*al Dejiosil Insurance' Casihier E. I). Simmons , under a franchise, by Abilene Mote! Investors Inc., a corporation composed of 25 stockholders, all Abilene business v professional men. It was not known Saturday night how many of the original group still had part in the enterprise, nor who comprised the purchasing group. carted idiscovered the loss when he went 1«) such hostelries now open injHcad, Norman Grubh, Dr. Brady    Cuinrrti.« the United States, it was built, Cox, G M. Hai per and Musgrave.    ^    to work at 7 Jt) p.m away the two ton safe coiitauung^ The bank was unable to operate top to bottom in an cftoit to fimi Corp. tenable clues,    |    The    burglars    stole    two    truck-s Bloomburg is a pulpwood and to carry out their job One r28,323. Only about $1,000 in silver was left behind. The thugs also took $4,uoo to Saturday due to the confutaon, but Simmons said it will be open for business as usual .Monday. Officers were combing the thrte poultry center on the Texaa-Ar-kansas line about 25 miles south of Texarkana. The bank, founded in 1916, had was a hoist truck, stolen at nearby Atlanta. Another was a heavy duty truck owned by a pulpwood comp«any here. BA.NK LOOTED — E. D. Siminoiis, cashier of Ih« Bloomburg State Bank, la shown sticking his hand through a large hole in the bank vault where burglars cut through Friday night to steal the bank’s safe con* taining several thousand dollars Cass County Sheriff Bill Dowd, left, is conducting the inveitigation. (AP Wirephoto) ;

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