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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 11, 1962, Abilene, Texas Abilene^    ^    ^    HDI-C    SVX3X svnva 512 3AV 3100. '^WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR W< 9909 xe oo ssivs ' GOES'—ByronAW3S HIIJOMOIH CONTINUED MILIig ...... BIST YEAR, NO. 239ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1962—FIFTY-TWO PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS A%nncinteti PrestsU2 Pilot Francis Powers Released TVfr 'YOU Adi LiAVtm m    SfCTO« BW BWI3mAfT{ *3 Ä>KP««BCKIfO ctnow vous SORTtI w stcifufl Ammum Si    Mi mmàmm mm FlierTraded For Red Spy Related stories», pictures, l*R. ß-A ing to New York to handle Kennedy family business matters. Newsmen routed out of t>ed bv WHERE SWAP TOOK PLAC E — This is the Glienicke Bridge in the Berlin suburb of Wansee where the twap of American 1*2 pilot Francis Gary Powers and Soviet spy Rudolph Abel took place Saturday. (AP Wircphoto via radio from Beilin) Terrorists Strike Algeria; Poris Prepares (or Trouble WEATHER By Wl Cil.AS B. » <mNFI.l, WASHI.NCTO.N (API — L'2 (Her Franc,s Gary Powers freed    P,esidenfs    sister dramatically and unexpectedly ,n exchanse for a Sov.et rn.asier    ^ spy, was wrappt*d in a blanket „    ,    .    er    • i u .    ,    .    u    A    rX'partment oificia who is mov- of sectwy Saturday and nishtMj homeward by air. Behind him lay a Soviet prison and a trade, soon after the break-    ^    , ins Ot a cold. Weak dawn, ol    «'Cretary    P.erre    Salincer Powers for Col Rudolf Abel „f Wt the word of the exchance that (he Soviet intellieence service    P'“™    f.h- The spot- the dividing line be-    Bridge, tween freo West Berlin and Com Salinger announced that Bow-munist East Germany, in the cen- ers and Pryor had been turned ter of a windswept Berlin bridge, over to U S. authorities and that Ahead of Powers wa.s a reun- Kenni'dy had commuted /Xhel s ion with a happy, ttankíiil family ’sentence That action was etfi'C-—-and a bairage of official que.s-    moment of Powers tions.    release. For the first time. I' S. author- ^ formal statement .said Pow ities will ha\e a chance to get siwn would In* on his way ta from Power.s the real story of *be l-nited States and that: "He what happened to him and his '*iH bave an opjiortunity to meet high-altitude photo reconnais- P^vately with his family and will sanee plane tb.it crashed on So- be interviewed by appropnal» Viet territory nearly two years^t^’f^l Slates government otfi ago. Sin. e then, he has t>ec*n im- cials," prisoned for spying which he ad- The government notified Pow-•nitted at a Soviet-style trial. ers* wife, at Milledgeviile. Ga.. The Soviet I'nion contended it at'd his parents at Norton. Va. turned Powers loose as a token None of them, they said had any UtANCIS . . . gtM-A, I VI’ W Irrpbotoi PtmFK.S irre I S l»r I’VltTMl M Ol ( OMMKKC K WF Alili R HI Kl VI iWratSrr Slup.    11-A» ABU KNF. AND VICIMTY Radiu* m 7 'V* * 7    'y''    .........^ niiU's K*ir %f< jjiirUF cioudv and ol triendship for the Lnited had any inkling of Powers im- t 'day» Is "to* ^sumfA States. I'.S. authorities kept their pending release in the lateit let j "nur“,“kst»m. *m. .'««thkvst    "-'""S    ">'■    icrs he «ni them    [ XeNii" Filli Sun<i«i> P»rt!> clouUy Sun    gcsturcs    01 ITìOre SlZC President indudi’d a double bombing of the nohthwf:st ik.x.as citar .‘»umJay.i Just four da> ; ago. _. il’arilj iloiKt’- Sund.iy mght *nd Monday I    c-ix    infy The H gh Sunday w t.t »4    "3-    sa\    ing    at Bv DAVID MASON    iln effect since last April's abortivet The latest violence in Algeria    hi    andwarmer sunday ^^^ PARIS fAP) — F.uropean and Algiers putsch against Moalem terrorists struck through- i'h:ir!«‘s de C.aulle    ipolice headquarters at Bone out Algeria Saturday while Pan ,t r     .    ;__*f . ..j    1..»..«    «f»..,.    e.    '*'i»rnirr    »ituui    and    »a>it    ’.xyrunn«    .Sunday. despondent because had gathered, a se< (ind «•» But organizers of Mondav’s dav fiisl bomb went off on the main<ci^u'*s'i;!<ial    .?    ^tfni*    f***" braced for po.sx,ble new Mrect    „clion URauust -f.asc.sm" ouddUor. Ten minuicH later, after .1 clashes atxompiinylng leftist-or *}k>1kt firulality" .showed no .sign.s crowd had gathered, a derod demonstraUoiis uiid .stitke.-,    < illsng off iheir plans. Monday.    j The pilot s wife, Barbara, broke into tears of loy. Powers I    ^    happy.    ...    My    heort    is Mille<lgeville.' had a letter See FOVSKItS, Pg. 4-A. CoK. 5, 6 KlIHH I . . . Soviet spy VI* Wifrph:.* \ID L sat Minister kilh*d in Oran and three in •bomb exploded on the third fUxir.t Sovit't Union meanwhi^ de- gntx-king loo.se part of the front, Algerian reM leaders, showing Hve-ad a sir,mg protest to France u« L n growing concern over the right over a plastic iM.tnb explosion that ,"* building winf Secret Army Organization’.s htMviiv damagtxi Hh‘ Tass news' Many in the crowd were injured} terror campaign to hltK’k Algerian ,,gt.ncy in Paris Thursday while by tailing rubble, but apparently indopendence. arrived in Zurich, th,. deriHmstrations were in    bO    Uitalilies. Switierland. to wind up IH-ace    .„Hither    part the city Authoritie.s said six Ulka with the French. In Algeria, terrorist attack-    ¡ce Uouve de Murville voict’d Algiers killed at least rune persons ;md rt grei over the inculent and would dents injured «0.    < .»nsider a Soviet demami for. In Paris there were numerous l.eilist organizers in I*aris urgi*d comiiensation    1 calls from the left for strikes and Frenchmen to demonstrate Mon-i Algerian lefjel (ielegation in demonstrations Monday, day against the Sixret Army and*Switzerland apixareiUly exjiecterii H.df-hour, or longer, work stop-to protest police repres-sions of a quick agreement on the few pages wetv sv‘l for .Monday morn-similar C(mimunist-led demon p,,ini5 still in the way of a frc ing and early afternoon. Half-«ratitm la.st Thursday.    Algeria, to winch the Frencb|hoiir public meetings were set to 4S .*»> 4V 42 4-4 54 5» b ■ 1 I» Ï iSf! ; tw 4 G*l 5 -'41 .    .    iMI b '4» * I«) v> « n oil i. (*' fi’l .’1 ind in other leirorist IK-rxons'»'.^*' U' »I >.“.!! ^ Ml yU* inci- lonich b 21 ICífom.-O*! ifading at    , Ip It, 28 : < Hunt,(Illy at 9 p m. yi» |>*( FTOnths trnt Soviet offi-“ cials had loid him there wa no hope for ciernen« y or a parole because of the "seriouMievs and I gravity of hi:: « rime " She had been planning to make a two-month visit to the i^niet I'nion thi summer, even without 9 any- axsurances that she might Parents of Powers Leave for Reunion rfiitin* Hur» .*nd lovA Mme    Powers »4 dfio Jl sudfi^t I«»!'    rowtis. tiKiay : ;>h »tinset The flier. tiegin at the dinner hour in I’ans and oth«‘i cities and town ol The Thursday turnout enypteti governnunt    is    ctimmuted    m prin-- into noting that left eight dead cipfeii. and several hundred injunxi. ^ There api'eared little ehimce France In Paris the meeting wa.s The French government an that tln‘    lei roi    campaign    could be    fixed    lor the Place    de la    Hepub nounc«*d, a.s it had Thur’iiiay, that checketi    >o    long a-; the    French    lique,    not far from    the Place    de the plannetl demon.stralion. were and .Vlgeiians were iighling each Ta Bastilk scene ot Thursday'Sj bannetl under a state ot urgency oliier,    kk’monstration. Bob Kennedy Is Resting In Hong Kong .NORTON. V‘a <AP -The p: p atmcnt rents of U2 pilot Francis (iary private Powers left here S^iurday    ni ’ht    M- a^hv by car for a rendezvous    with    *Med their .son at an undi .cK>-»cd    1cm f    .m !> Uon in the VVa.>hingttni -^rea    chc"    t Mr and Mr" Oliver Power- "'T accompanied by a State Ix-part leli Pns ^ c With Nm 32. had spent 21 in a Soviet prison after pleading guilty to spying from hi.s high-flying photo plane that was downed in Ru.ssian territory on May 1, puio Freed far sooner than he apparently had dared hope. Powers    repre^eigative (quickly was whisked away fhom ''bttlbMe^t \irginia aie.t secretlv the Berlin bridge in a convoy    before w p m ;cars He was rushed to a plan. Their departure w e anr'..nc« i •and s<K>n was on the way home b> the Powers f imil;, altoinev    . by air. to a reception to ImT *iii McAfee aboui ;in hou, <1!» shrourieii in stnrecy and uneer ^bey let' .McAf***- de hne<i to a--tain official warmth.    :tJuse    any further dci i .Abel disappeared tn'hind the    Earlier,    Mc.Vftx'    had    ud    the (Iron Curtain He had b4>en serv-    biniily    w :-uld    nut    k ive u    ‘ '    u. day niurnmg for Ih ir-«’ • IE late U!“:C >an tor - i I -f * If • VI* Wirephot*! UtF.DFRir PKVOK . . . ireed student U.S. SludenI Turned Loose By Russians BFRIJN \P1 — Frfsieric L. Pryor. 28. a M'ch;-. m -tudent, may not V ¡«»w it but he kept Pii-adent Kenneiy w utmg for 20 minutes S. -xirday. He Eo kept the-e otheiS w 'ut« mg F me - (lui- powi’f^, the U2 Pil«>t di-AiHd o\,r the .-M'Viet Union in P**-’    ( ol Kudolf \bc- So- Viet ir ., t-; :-py ard abcHit 2d assort 1 I :    .vd Soviet officials. I^rvor w; . the ixi m?n in a h '-MIC s-w;hi> freedt»m and tn.il ««■■ Powc:s for Afxn Hehah!' inloroT-n.t.s s..id US. .<uth!;riiie-. held up the exchange .r i’owers and V!«*! m i- West Korlin suburb for 2r* minutes .wh:!e an Amcvir m ,‘he-. i.ed to see Pryor had come -.aiely thri.High '    Cn    dozen ‘oitfs aw.ic in !o    Heriui Thin i1h‘ W'l'd , 'int' iiom the I S .Armv ehe» k;x, or T*ryor ‘b h.ui coir.c through ..n<l h.td 'oined his pareni.s \T: and Mr*. Mt!!.ud ■ H Prvor of Ann ATxe .Mieh., ’ who h.’ii b«s w.ufing »n Uest *■ B*T!in tor a month ( 'nly ihi'ii w ;i.> the f’owcrs-\be! . "    ’0 Kenra ;oti Í’dei' p. t d I It I r i ‘ 1- . W * and Pie word uho had been Hh te Hou-e m 'g hours for the e\ ill Bv RDV FS.SOYAN HON(, Kr.N’G *AP -l S Atty Gen RolHTt F Kennedv landed ® 30-year .s«*ntence as a spy on thi; diHirstep of ('„mmuni.st A'oovictcHl of stealing military and    then    -n    ref-    -1 China rSiturday for a two day 'nuclear scnrets from this countrydttuonno rest but showed no :-agn of slacken-    them    to    tiie    Kremlm    ‘•er    .Saturday. t mc ing tht‘ pate he maintaincKl dur-    oiIht    p4*rson    was    involvtnl ing a hec-lic six-day visit to Ja-T"    «    two-for-one    svvap    radio    niev    age    from    h. pan. He fielded a f«*w' political ques Thti Vt • th*' I ’ .1 b«‘ te .    . ‘-.Uiti.tV lh;> - iS .-A'tf! b\ 111 m : his t - n* ', w di )» c f w - \1 fir had read    to ;    c s >n    whi- = The United Slates got hack Fred    ^ eric E. Pryor. 28, who w*a.s study- A« Ibe    Slates    He    ! ihi turns from reixirtei-s. hopjied on a ’^6    Berlin,    entered    Fa.st    '*«<    p.» waiting launch and siH’iU twtyi^^rbn la.st August and vanished represeniauvt ot hour.s riding around fog-blankett*di^ord seeped into the West wteks Hong Kong Harbor, visiting hwir later that he too. was in prison U - Navy .-.hip%, clamU'ring accusvxi of e.spionage. m M H. p. .« tc- 1,1 h.s mni ' ut \ 1 .«I h .ed aloi: • b\ . the M.ite Ik tht . ubi Wl! ’o 'Ih« I i.K Ikn . t. t « >C d it 1 V vkph !!■ .rta n u'-* w» Ì of ( ' • le t e»’ ’t was re-t    r ‘'.»H tU Berlin, *    1*'. them ' >f Prxor ■ ,;'«d \vh\ diii the Hii.v ' ' «    ^    -    1(1    .UV« two î>    \r«-'    V-aiiv in *'«' ’’MS)'’.I!!-,,, p.evu.U'ly U) Pt ‘.ei N’ il pie    h.td to IV    t,,-    ,j.rf » Pi    ! *.M'    on*    V, ;;(! was i    fi: !-(>îu    ■ ii;    M;r ‘ ( »er* <’* ■ ita Kt s-iih,:    {,'%• • ’• ri ( , h El llUiKt'S •• f to f‘i ph.. -i/i tfio ,1 d ‘    ♦’,*    gn« vf h -it.,. ÎÎ'. Illy, .¡iHiaid, shaking hands and chat-tiny with cafHain; and crews. FIXIYD ( HII.DS , . »un’t run again JDIIN III TCIIIMIN I . . nut a t aiididate MH.S. f I.Al D Mc ADFN . • . ’61 board api>utntee Three to Seek Election To Abilene School Board Board of Education trustees bud La and State St    I    Abilene's    population    at    more    than    Uie    world,    saying    the Floyd t'hilds ami John Hutt hison Hiitchisoii, a seven year tich<Nd tw.odti    *    ominunistr    have    mtire    problemsj will not seek reelectum to the iKj.ud veteran, and ( hilds, who Terms of present Irusiees were board, while Mrs Ulautl Mi h.* wrvaxl since 185**. said liUoi-(.^teiidtxi last year by draw mg    promise    for    unU U..1.I 'bo t oinrnuiiut wall m Berlin,, Pryor was released at a differ ent spot on the Berlin border llieii he drove to the southernT’hivkpomt ('hurlie. Not until he 4hore of Hoiii: Kong islaml for a free, and reunitiHl with hi.s 10 pm dituur iH’tore tacklmg;"aiting parents, did the Powei'--iwhai apparetiliy will be a busy    Af»«l    exchange go    through, 12 Nunday    miles awav He looUxl tired but still in high‘    « ’2 am    FTerlin time    I»FTR01T PAP -Geotge Horn- spirii.s    when it hapfvned That wa.s 2 52 dtxTausl himself a BciHibli He minimizeti the significance!» m in Washington,    t an camtiuate Un guvon.u of t.f leftist demoiiMrations against    Within five minutes,    word    of ^'»^bigaii Saturday but tvlu^ed him in Japan and made Imie of tbf swap reachwl President Ken-    "‘b»    ;*    ci'-t    ii>Mufi    of |H;:.*abh troubles ahead of him inT»’<ly Indonesia, where he stops Mon The Pre.sident had slipp«H! up day on his round    th«-world good-    '<» 'be living quarters in    tht-    Homiu*y .-Kud at    a llew^ ton iwiU tour    White House an hour l»efore to    fereni t    he w«iu;d retiUest a lo. t*- KciuuHly's arrival fn»m Tokyo    await the flash from    Berlin    *»f ib*>eiue Monday a>. t hairman wax delayetl more than two hours    L ntil then he had    beem attend-    and pre’^ident    of Amo! > an by heavy fog which lifted briefly,    ing a    gay, black tie,    While House    Motors Corp .    a    $lioin.to a year |H*rmittiiig his plane to land    dinner dam«' He and Mrs    Ken    H»b. to    seek the    $25.0(«v a y ear 111 his .ses>ion    with ivfMirlers,    neriy h«id planmnl it .some    time    held by    firsi term    («ov Joim B KeniUHfy painted a relatively ro*y before to bring together about u«i Sw.tuison. a Uemtxuai l*he iiidusinaiist howevci, x .»! fie Would not heeome an ueiive Taruftd.il«’ until .Michigaiis con- Romney GOP Candidate For Michigan Governor any possible presideiiiial fi«t|M*s ai Pk»4 NEWS INDEX , .......-last year Aaen, a PJfd boaru apiMuiiUv will in—. rejHirisibilities prevented ¡yis and no election was h*‘ld run for a full sixyeai lenn tb« 'In m from ruiuuiig lor aaoUier , ,    ...    ua..»<    ..    •<    i    ^    indication of "ffte: Hepo.1er-Nt‘Ws leanuxi S.durday t.im    XJu    K    in    L * «    ‘waiikei * para; night.    Ml    Me Aden wa.N ap|M)init*d to    i    v.»../..* uha wfiile    '    A’»^*‘d    aUiul Uh* guerrilla, At the same time iinU i>endi*nt tin* fsiard last yeai to fill the ]    .    ,    y    j    in-,..id,.nt    i «rrv'^‘" Joit and Vit« fusdtm I.airy    there lies in our i,Adaiii.s4mi terins will expire «»U„Hiing it. This is what the Presi-'^i. i    r    h .    1    .1    d«*nt    ml«    nds to do" the board seats vacated by Hutch pia» ex wtll nu ve six year '^rms    ^    kU    cnfHMi    Cominuni.st he<‘k ; iwHi and Childs, resjiectively Hoard mernfMis formerly were lion huddine with Mrs leaii I»i-    banner waving against. Board President Morgan .hmes ehn.M ii for two year tenures, but secretarv to Sunt \ V wetlV    serious    and Jr. said trustee.s will .set .Satinday, (tin - were hiked by state lavv V*’V;.'    said    he    chew    three times Api’U 7, as election date to tilt wf*! ti says that trustees will Ih* oil o|M*ralor (jlt*n MicImT and m »urance executive FIbeil Hall an noitnml their intentions to seek unexputsf term of Mrs. Arnold, wtio n*sigin*ti Trustees eleclett to fill th« W. C. thre«’ JoiK‘s said Ftltiig de.tdline is .M.trch 7. the Board fHiliey tegulalions state iHiinber of pickets and demonstra-lots during recent visits to Cleve. the thrw fkists when tfiey meet at elecUd for six year terms when 4:45 p.m Monday in the .Admmi- a cilv reacfw’S the 75,i)U0 itopula j    i*''*''j      -    t>fuu,    and Fordham Univer- Mration BuUcUng on N. Mucking-Tion biacket. The liftiu census put|§#e St (IDOL, Pg. 4-A, Cols, 3, 4isity in New York. %    I SICTION A Obituoriai . , . . 2 To Your Good Heofth . . . . . 5 Oli newt ____ 8 But«ne«( OuNool» ____ 10 SICTION B Amutemontt .... . .. 4-S Bridflt ...... ____ 4 Dycif Pis P«9« .... ..... 6 IdifertoU . . . . 8 SfCTfON C Women'» new» .. 1-12 Rodte-TV log» . , 10 TV Scout ____ 10 SICTION 0 Sport» ....... ... 1-4 CKurck new»....... ..... » Book newt ... ..... 9 Perm new», merket» . ____ 10 »    . 1 R«»iiin«*y wouH -M    •    •.■l    .ve t anriîdate" !' •    li    e    liOP 1    ■ m y I«»:.! h > iiewf f;a i . «»i>:î’.«T.î> fiad en ti.e, dt« .--ion lo aív»' ' ip md re. ti 'í-n-'    my    p    n;-    fof M    'f    »« ■(• '. -m    .».«I W;'"'. e ;f be We¡e .-i I 1 le-' al -tlale-.'n n.    tiiirt.    can- N    if> .'tteiesl    in Il    >■ I    .be    -tl.ile f»r ‘U    .11    !Ve    »>r • I « ve HifcitSukil .sliiuiionai convention, to which he is all decieil deit’cat** has completed it.'- months hmc lob »»I drafting a nt*w cuiislitution ‘ with the very fieart .iiid c*ne of gmnf !go*cininent ' »»r iint»! 1 am 'Ut that sueh is cleat ly desi an d to Ih* tfie cas«* ' The convention has set an April ! target for .idjtmrninent. tiut Hoinney said he was ' luore ;*on ¡cerned alKiut the quality of the ¡i document than »n me«*tnig ;de<ullme''    oi :,-i (.>. m.m .Nell Staebk*!, Michigan iKm*» boi our Pre-uteiit Dwight 1> Icratic iKitional ctHumdteeinan, f.i;.enh»»wei and hi> vue pre-j-itermed Komney’x itiillnrwnv*“iie~iH    iuOMwd    U.    ¿ùisviu.    UwUm h-.e ft t|Ua. r me!!-M V Johl: caliti ‘tien Htte itt’V. W 'tO et I upics a |H)Sl liitii ttji 'V aient to that ot a bishop .,11 anneuncenuiit as He    t’liuitii    ol    .Jesuv ChriM ol a publieaii l aiidiitate fur gtivernoi | itf îf‘i ivit’-idenl t.FOKt.F KOMNb V . . . enters poiuu s w«*ll st .igeai amf addtxl ■ it V. s diHteult to teff wh. wu" an annitunceiiu-lit that le, liters Will hava y ' Aug-'une«’uvcnl uiuny of . e -It’ (itsH ' tl ''Ia!f Sen. ,1! .mneunted (•of' nomimi-a«jv> rnor s*en'- .Mormon* ».ud tie«i hi. d«H iMon Ui run stekjiig guiil.mc# beyond UOM.nlY. à*g. ~z:srz z:.    v    • LiiL t ;