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   San Antonio Express and News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1962, San Antonio, Texas                                v Bexar's Top Teens The search for the two top teen-agers of Bexar County has been narrowed down to 12 finalists, six boys, six girls, all out- standing. Who are they? For color picture and full report, turn to page 1-E. Why Do You Dress That Way? A woman's habits of dress are revealing to a psychoaialyist. See This Week Magazine. Do You Really Hate Cooking? Wish you didn't have to cook? You'll firjd.something interesting on Page x, Atomic Ashes Pose a Problem For a report on an important subject, tee Page 7-H. GUfeM.............. Business 34 Arts ......................Mi Cattle Clatter Cttiumnt. ........7-H Outdoor ?.H .Hi NEWS By PAUL, THOMPSON The Christopher Press, which puts out the officui Catholic newspaper (Ala- mo starts next month to print the South- side Reporter, a neighbor- hood weekly now handled by American Printers. "Why is asks one un-' ion man, "that it used to be so important to have the Messenger printed in a! union .shop? Knowing thatj Archbishop Robert E. Lu-j L-ey is pro-union, w h y doesn't he do something about it? Or is he, too, backing the Christopher' Dick Mcskill, columnist, edi-f torial writer and executive for the Alamo Messenger, is also hoard chairman of the Christopher Press. He said: "We can't find union men able to operate the composing room machinery for our offset press. All camera andj press work is done by union rren. I am still very much pro- union." T ravs Park It's reassuring to know that the Public Service Board plans lo! spend J18.500 to light up Travis Park, long a browsing spot and contact point for homosexuals. Once Ihe M-some llghtt are in- (lalied, however, it becomes a job to keep these fellows along. The centrally-located park was "adopted" by the so-called third toe'many years ago and lighting] effects won't dislodge them un- less accompanied by Ihe more concrete deterrent of virile, in- corruptible males in uniform. Wants Out Those who duck jury duty usu- ally do not give a hoot about other fivil obligations. A Republican poll tax deputy "fold" two receipts in one home the woman of the house and! her husband. i That night the husband, sound-' ing worried, phoned the deputy! and said: "How about tearing up my receipts and dropping me from your list? I understand they' pick JURORS from the poll tax roll." I Actually, it's the property tax; roll that furnishes prospective1 jurors in Bexar County. XPRE s s SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1962 136 PAGES IN 16 SECTION Theaters TV Preview Sect. H FEVAL Section A 20c JET CRASH PROBE An unknown explosive foive from within ripped apart a Continental, 'Airlines jet in flight, killing 4f> persons aboard, a Civil Aeronautics Board spokesman said Saturday. Another source said it appeared .unlikely that the explosion could] He added thal smudKos ihave resulted from anything very distinctive odor were dls-! er than a bomb. The source on pieces of metal, clined to be named. i siattery said it had been deter- While CAB investigators mined (he e occurred at the cause of Tuesday nights! crash. Robert F. Six, Continental the rear of Ihe passenger cabin, president, said in Denver that rather than in the belly of the 'ihere was "sufficient evidence where baggage is carried. He sajd ,hjs meanj was in the indicate the probability that a man-made explosive had been set off within the aircraft." He also area near the asked the FBI to investigate. "It's a fair guess that the explc- There was a report that a occurred at the aircraft's as- signed altitude of feet but that the plane remained sub- stantially intact until it had de- scended to a much lower altitude jsanger had been insured for 000. Rear of Fuselage Investigators have determined that an explosion occurred within the rear portion of the fuselage. where it apparently broke Siattery said. MEDICAL CHECKUP FOR naut Scott Carpenter gives a big yawn as technician attaches medical sensors to his forehead at Grand Turk Island where he underwent tests Saturday following-Thursday's orbital flight. The sensors record brain wave Wirephoto. said Edward E. Siattery. Severed public information officer. j All four engines were severed He said the was from the wisga and were found arrived at from the manner in ahead of fuselage in the which plane's structure had line-'of ttm plane'i descent. The broken up. i Siattery explained, jfre SUttery said the skin f' to break off cleanly I urn purlinn the fuselage, al-lthn wings under extreme maneu- though lorn by ;l.i- impact of the vers, to avoid causing fire remained .in relatively damaging Such an ex- in-o Behind1 the breakoffltreme maneuver could have re-, Ipoint 'the pieces were found to, suited when the tail section finally be smaller, he said. completely severed from the That indicates the explosion wasj aircraft, he added, from the inside out, he added. A residue, identified by Siattery "When the metal breaks out it is indicated on the metal by the type of he said. "The as "ash" rather than a powder, was found not only on the metal fragments but also in the air- ]force. Carpenter's Error Blew Capsule Fuel President San Antonio Social-Civic Organ- ization gave President Kennedy "the world's largest tamale" on his 44th birthday. This gustatory monster went to the local airport in an armored got lost in the expanse of the White House kitchen. This Tuesday, when Mr. Ken- nedy celebrates his 4ith birth- day, the same outfit will present him with a red, white and blue "Pinata" donkey bearing a load of Mexican candy. Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez has been alerted to exact arrival time and place of the donkey, ac- cording to Robert L. Gomez Esq., "to insure that the donkey, will be received and not lost." DA Race Pro-Yarborough activity on the West Side by Commissioner Pena and his man of all work, Albert Fuentes, is accompanied by vole hustling for district attorney can- didate Jim Barlow. This has the effect of throwing the large num- ber of Connally supporters over there into the arms of Barlow foe Dick Woods. And what's the Barlow reaction to charges by Woods that both criminal district judges asked DA Charles Lleck to keep Big Jim GRAND TURK, B. W. I. In the busy moments of re-entry, i astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpen-' ter made a.human error that leftj him short of fuel to control Hawaiian tracking station had OTHER SCOTT CARPENTER NEWS ON PAGE 7-A molecular separation is differentjditioning piping of the plane, when caused by a powerful force i He said seat cushions and cover- las compared to a slow bendingijngs also bore traces of the ash. Two Passengers In Chicago, Chicago's American said it has learned the investiga- tion is centering upon two passen- gers, a man and a woman, who came to Chicago separately but planned to meet here. The American quoted friends of the pair as saying that they came to Chicago to inspect merchandise for use in a home decorating bus- iness they were thinking of set- ting up. The friends were not identified.' The American said the man and As a result of the mistake, j woman made reservations to Carpenter did, indeed, run put of travd back to Kansas city aboard fuel 'for his manual control sys- tem before he had put the Aurora spacecraft's position and contrib- uted to his own anxiety. By accident, Carpenter left oh a manual control system as he doubts about the astronaut's con- dition during the third orbit. The station, during a Thursday night critique among the 17 track- i II1U1IL   ltd, with sharks. The fuel used is hydrogen per-1 port and they are being made oxide, which powers small jets toiavailable under a well-recognized cratic control the roll, pitch and yawiprocedure I of the craft. There are actually two sepa- rate sets of jets and two separate fuel tanks of hydrogen peroxide. Before he was found dead last June 3 on his farm near Frank- lin, Tex., Marshall had been in- vestigating Estes' cotton acreage was functioning in Lieck's office? changed names. Grinning, Sooner or later. Barlow may youthful pararescueman said: have 10 say something on this ab-j didn't know him and he di. snrbing subject. He can deny know me- Ihe Woods charge or affirm it, with explanations. Certainly vot- ers will be interested in the state- the Continued partly cloudy One set of jets and Its fuel sup- ply are controlled manually by renpcned last and sjmjiar cases. Some either automatically by _ deals omy with the circumstances No reporters or news photog- rushed to he scene and West Be u_y aaiu. auuiitg. j- formation in the report about his! How the Tribune obtained death. Earlier Saturday, in a speech to a breakfast meeting of a Demn- oictures is a story of newspaepr i for 25 miles across the city. AT enterprise that cannot be fully re-i other blast buckled the masoniSj ated iWhat dama8e was done ty Al Reck veteran staff two detonations, if'arc nf ihi> Tribune learned recently! could not be seen from the Was U7ncfar-n sllthnrif ine tha of candidates. Kennedy vigorously o defended the administration's a friend jn northern Cali-j Western authorities dling of the Estes case. Kennedy also suggested that the Democratic administration had fornia that such a set of pictures exist. The friend had seen them in a private home. wnit. allotments. Marshall's death at acted quicker than had previous Through an'intermediary. Reck, hind the firs, was ruled a suicide, but the Republican administrations touch with the person who did not know who set off the <_. plosions, but speculated they wei the work of resistance groups ind the wall. The East German News Agei weather through Sunday Heitsch, 27, an airman first ;Weather Burcau's fnrccast' i class from Madison. Wis., was the; The local temperature Sundayi first member of a'two-man Air computer or can be operated semiautomatically by hand con- Red 15' S had taken them and obtained pub- 1 cy ADN declared, however, tt lication rights. Reck said he did [blasts were a continuation begun Wedne not TOKYO McClellan, D-Ark., which Cong forces in South Viet Nam communicate directly attacks' _ photographer and did not i day when an East German bprde his identity. -guard was shot and killed in did learn that Ihe pic-'exchange of fire with Western taken late in April, lice. along with the men in charge May' the two criminal courts, A district i: j kwninc 77 vcars aao attorney, after all. must work with! Pianos and OrRans, Sold and ._7 years ago -c iudces in his efforts to ob-i Rented. Alamo Piano Company- Mtklmnto Pearl Jewelry at i convictions. 1101 S. Alamo, CA 4-5526. (Adv.) Joske's Diamond narts wr-re flown lo Texas s van' "r's "nw" 10 over huntins !meni of Defense in Washington I set off the explosions to for security clearance. Thoy werciUnitcd Slates-Soviet talks in 'returned without an official   

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