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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH SATURDAY .3-STAR-FINAL. AS IT SiST YEAR, NO. 301 Xe 03 _. __ __ _ ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1962 i tN TWO SECTIONS STUDENT NURSE OF THE YEAR Gerry Green of Dallas, left, was named "Student Nurse of the Year" at a tea for delegates at the 14th annual convention of the Texas Nursing Students Assn. here Friday. The award was made by Mrs. T. E. Huddleston, right, nursery supervisor at Hendrick Memorial Hospital. (Staff 'Student Nurse' Of Year Named Related Story, Pg. 4-A By SARAH McNEAL Reporter-News Women's Writer student nurse at the John Peter aiuucm iiuioi; oi Mm .inquiry I Smith "Hospital School of Nursing wjll in Vnt-l Wnrfll namPf! "Stll- n.. _ in Fort Worth, was named "Stu dent Ihe Year" at a Uni form TeWSjt-. about 270 delegate ,1 p.I the Year" at a Uni- about 270 delegates at the 14th annual Texas Nursing Students Assn. convention at the Woolen Hotel Friday afternoon. ,'ooten Hotel Friday afternoon. iant be Runner-up for the honor was Am those looking for Estes Mrs. Edythe Moore of Texarkana, Banks sald was Harry T. Moore, caninr cfllripm IH thl> William ____ Report Says Estes Missing PECOS, Tex. (AP) Billie Sol Estes could not be found here COUIQ nOl D6 IOUHO Here Gerry Green of Dallas, senior pryay night on the eve of a court nnrcn af thp .Tnlln Pctei' It I_. nor. of .inquiry by Texas Gen, The-Dallas Morning News, in a copyrighted story by Jimmy Banks, said not even Estes' clos- est friends and relatives knew where the one time financia senior student in the William for the young financiai Buchanan Department of Nursing vast ,armjng_ fertilize_ Texarkana College in Texar- kana. The 10 candidates for the title were interviewed at a noon lunch- eon held in the Zodiac Room at the Woolen. Miss Green has been contracted to teach at John Peter Smith Hos- pital School of Nursing after grad- uation in August, She is studying under the three-year diploma pro- gram. She also will receive her bache- lor of science with nursing major from Texas Wesleyan College this year. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Green of Dallas, she is a 1950 graduate of Highland Park High School in Dallas. Mrs. Moore, the mother of six children, has been engaged as a general duties nurse at a Tex- arkana hospital following gradua- tion, She is under the associate degree plan of nursing. Miss Green and Mrs. Moore represented the Wichita-Worth Re- gion and the Texarkana Region, respectively. Other candidates included Carol Beesinger, Abilene-San Angelo NURSE, Pg. 9-A, Col. 8 tycoon's vast farming, fertilize! ind grain storage operations. Moore flew lo El Paso Friday night after making an unsuccess- ful attempt lo locate Estes. Estes' two brothers who live here, his two secretaries, his bus- iness manager, and several of his closest friends all said they did not know where he was. His wife could not be located and neither could his Pecos law yer, John P. Dennison. "I haven't seen him in about a Shah, President Agree in Talks WASHINGTON (AP) Presi dent Kennedy agreed wilh the Shah of Iran Friday thai collec- live security arrangements are necessary to the continued inde- pendence of that anti-Communist Mideastern nation. At present, the United Stales has a bilaleral military agree- ment with Iran, is sympathetic to- ward the anti-Communist aims ol CENTO and participates in some of its committees. You'll Want to Read These Sunday! Look In On Winters, Texas Jntl south of Abilene Is Winters, one of the busy citiM of this area. Stuff Wriler Norman Fisher visits with Winters' rity (Government, chamber of commerce, srhoole anil reports of their activities in story and pictures. if Clothing Consumer Day Plans for Clothing Consumer Dny In Anson Thursday will be announced Sunday in Ihe Women's Section. Parent Teacher Convention Program for the Dislrirt 18 convention of Parent- Turner Association shied Tuesday in Stamford will he covered in Sunday's Reporter-News. lit Inside the Women's Section Yomi Owlook gives views on the elimination ol pull IM; Jnnlor HUhlilhlt visits Frank- lin Jinlor Hifh; all the other rejular features. Lots of Baseball, Track, and Other Sports. Other stories, Pg. 10-B said Bobby Frank Estes. one of his brothers. Estes attended services at the Church of Christ here Sunday. But lis close friends say they have not seen him since then. Some felt that Estes might have gone to a nearby retreat for a 'ew days in order to avoid beint served with a subpoena by Wil son. However, Wilson said he did nol intend to subpoena Estes for the bearing Saturday because he die not want to grant him immunily torn prosecution He is free on bond 01 federal charges of conspiracy ant illegally transporting a fraudulent chattel mortgage. Estes' bond originally was sc at apparently because o rumors that he mighl go to Brazi in an effort to escape the down fall of his crumbling financial em pire. EMERY J. JACOBS here in J957, 1960 Jacobs Attended Two Meetings Here Emery J. Jacobs, who resign ed Friday as deputy administra tor of tho Agriculture Stabiliza tion and Conservation Service and was linked by Ally. Gen, Wil Wilson in his investigation int usy from 8 a.m. until i p.m. Saturday with talks, conferences, a meeting with members of the iress, a coffee and a visit to Jyess Air Force Base, said Bill Senior, local campaign chairman. Connally said he is particularly nterested in the air base here and wants to see it. He will have breakfast and unch with groups of campaign workers, and will be guest of lonor at a public reception from to a.m. at the Windsor Hotel. His schedule follows: 8 to 9 a.m., breakfast with pre- cinct workers at the Windsor. 9 to meeting with the Connally-For-Governor steering committee in his hotel suite. to press conference on the mezzanine floor of the Windsor. to public reception at: the Windsor. Coffee will be served. 11 to tour of Dyess AFB. Noon, luncheon for area work- ers and other interested persons at the Windsor. Senter said Connally is "bone tired" from heavy campaigning and will return to Fort Worth for rest over the remainder of the weekend. Previously, he had plan ned to go back into West Texa: for additional campaigning before rejoining his family at Fort Worth. Mrs. Connally is to be guest of honor at a coffee to be presented at the YWCA here on April 27 with Mrs. C. .1. Douglas and Mrs. Lynn Lee the hostesses, Senter said. JFK Visiting Maneuvers WITH KENNEDY ON ATLAN' TIC MANEUVERS (API Presi- dent Kennedy sailed aboard the Navy command ship Northampton Friday night to observe demon- strations of the Atlantic Fleel's iea, land and air power Saturday. Kennedy departed after a three- hour visil at Norfolk, Va., during which he received a secret brief- ing at fleet headquarters and in- spected the Polaris missile sub- marine Thomas A. Edison. Officers of the Edison explained her workings to Kennedy as they escorted him through the nuclear- powered crafl. He looked over Ihe reactors compartment and passcc by elaboralc control panels foi navigation, control and sound de- tection. Capt. C. M. Young, skipper ol the Edison, guided the President around. In the crew's mess, a handful of sailors was waiting for Ken- nedy. They cut a white icing cake with yellow trim and blue letters baked especially for the occasion by Chief Commissary Man Joseph Aiello, a veteran Navy man of New York Cily. NEWS INDEX SECTION A Sporri Oil MWI......... SECTION 1 Church MWI....... WorMrt't MWI MfMrtah AnivMUMMt....... Comkl Reefe-TV tun...... TV Scmrt.......... 4-8 10 10 11 STARTED REVERSAL Steel officials, P. D. Block, center, board vice chairman, and John F. Smith Jr., right foreground, president, started the reversal in steel price hikes when they announced Friday that Inland Steel would not boost prices. Following the action by Inland and a similar statement by Kaiser Steel, and after new pressure from the administration, other steel firms rescinded orders boosting price hikes late Friday. Kennedy Victory to Give Candidates Help on Ballots Protests Prove Effective By GARDNER L. BRIDGE WASHINGTON   Bip, Steel's drive for a W-a-ton priot, increase collapsed Friday in ttK {ace of President Kennedy's mas- sive campaign to hold the e4R Domic Une, and Kennedy "The people of the United StaUt are Most gratified." M The President had bitterly 6% nbunced the price boosts Tuesday by the bellwether U.S.. Steel Corp., and had marshalltf all the power and prestige of hit administration to force a His payoff came Friday ;U.S. Steel, yielding to publjy. 'pressure and to competition frrajt within the industry, did an aboig face and wiped out the price ilk crease. Kennedy had gone to to spend Friday night and day inspecting the Atlantic and to watch Navy and MariJi Corps maneuvers. Basing his statement on tM word that the No. 1 and By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Kennedy broke the back of Big Steel's defiant price increase Fri- By a kind of political strong-jsure to claim tie has demon- arm tactics not seen in the presi-' dency for a long time, Kennedy went far toward establishing him- day with demonstration of I self as a champion of consumers brass-knuckled political power sel-j'1 dom equalled by a chief live. by walk of life- He con- a" 'nese wou'd he injured the inflationary effect of a m, t, basic commodity price r: The announcements of U.S.! ise. Steel, Bethlehem and Republic Steel that they are rescinding a price rise gave Kennedy a smashing victory in a big busi- ness-vs-government battle certain to have heavy impact on next fall's congressional elections. The capitulation of the three giants coupled with announce- ment of Inland and Kaiser that they would not boost Kennedy a prestige prize that seemed likely to carry him to new heights of political This could only act popularity, to enhance Democratic and retard Republi- can chances at the polls. It was generally expected here that the retreat of the three top producers signaled a general rout that would end all steel price-rais- ing efforts for the time being. Ac- tions by lesser producers were re- garded as anticlimactic. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Minnesota, the acting Senate ma- jority leader, sounded the general Democratic Viewpoint when he said these developments "reveal and emphasize the power of presi- dential leadership of public opin- ion and the basic good judgment of steel management." Republican leaders took the po- sition that price policies are the reponsibility of individual com. panics. They declined comment. WEATHER J. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE H KATllFn HI'I! FAS' (Weather Man, Page S-A) ABILENE AND ViCINITY (Radius 4( .rtilM) Clear and warm through Sun Saturday and Sunday 85. Low NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS General. (air Saturday. Partly cloudy Saturday nicht and Sunday. Warmer Saturday and Sniiirdnv night, lliuh Saturday 82-90. NORTHWEST TEXAS Clear In part- ly cloudy Saturday and Sunday. A little Saturday ami Saturday nljfhl. SOVTH Clear to lartlv cloudy and a little warmer thrnuuh Saturday nichl. Partly cloudy In cloudy ind warm Sunday. Hish Saturday 82-92. SOUTinvKST TKXAS ly cloudy arid wi.rm CU'flr to part- Ihrough Sunday. 15.1............ S2............ 9.1 SI SO K .VIJtl............. H2 Him taw 'of milm P.m.: Sfili Km saRW datf last f) stmrM Into; i Mil. The President's associates are trated the government is bigger announced price increases, he sued this statement just climbing aboard the commawr ship Northampton for the nigjit. "The people the United atatMl are most gratified by the annoucf merits of Bethlehem and Steel companies that their posed price increases art Mof rescinded. "In taking the action at thht time they are serving the public interest and their actions will sist our common objectives than big as some strengthening our country and otif of his friends put it, the welfare of the country comes before prof- its. With the dramatically swift col- lapse of the steel price-boost ma. See VICTORY, Pg. 9-A, Col. 3 Soviets to Match West Bomb Tests By PRESTON GROVER MOSCOW Premier Khrushchev told President Kenne- dy and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Friday that the Soviet Union would hold new nuclear tests to match any carried out by the in the at- mosphere, or in outer space. Khrushchev made the statement in a note rejecting a last-chance appeal by the Western leaders for a controlled end to nuclear tests. He said the U.S.S.R. refuses to allow "unhampered intelligence" over its territory. The rejection made it certain an American series of nuclear tests in the atmosphere will .go on as planned later this month in an area of the Pacific around Brit- ain's Christmas Island. Khrushchev's reply was distrib- uted by Tass and broadcast over Moscow radio. Tass said it would be published in all Soviet papers. "Your continuation of testing and the implementation of your declared decision to hold See BOMBS, Pg. 9-A, Col. 4 economy." Coming out on deck a little ter to watch passing ships ana the Hampton Roads landscape ax the ship headed to sea, he added to newsmen: "I think the will all follow now. They can't afford not to." This prediction seemed certala of fulfillment. One after lesser firms which had announces price boosts canceled them in line with the pattern of the thresj major producers: U.S. Steel, Beth> lehem, and RepubUc Steel Corp. They gave essentially the reason "the competitive It was Bethlehem which started the rollback in midafternoon. A few hours later Big Steel lowed suit. The reversal of the industty trend actually had come earlftc when Inland Steel Co., eighth-rarj? ing producer, and Kaiser SUd Corp., West Coast producer, fft; nounced that they were hoMigtJ, the line against a raise. A high administration sourctj said "there was absolutely the Soviet leader said "compels deal of any kind" made with steal See STEEL, Pg. M, 
                            

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