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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 13, 1962, Abilene, Texas ®í)e Abilene J^eporter 'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY a<;jxnops:'—Bvron 81ST YEAR, NO. 241 ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1962—EIGHTEEN I T“C svxsi. svTiva Z 3AV 310D 9909 X9 00 S3TVS Ayjs wtijohoin ★ ★ FINAL _ Continued Warm _ isu>rintpd    (Æ*) 150,000 CARRY BODIES Parisian March Protests Terror PARIS fAPi—FkHwiTn 150,000 ITie streets leading into the *nd 200,000 Parisians marched Place de la Republique werei slowly through Paris today in si* moving rivers of flowers as| lent protest against the Secret Ar- marchers clutched bouquets and my Organization and police re* began the two-mile march Thei pression of demonstrations against ¡bodies were carried in hear.ses al*i the right-wing terrorists.    most    hidden under wreaths of it was one of the biggest as-    hearses    followed    with: ftemblages in the French capital    graves since the 1ÎW4 liberation.    Gray, rainy skies addtni    to the 'I'he vast throng marchiHi two gloom and an electricity workers’ miles from the historic Place de strike darkened shops and stores la Republique to Pere Lachaise in the area. Umbrellas ot>ened as (\?metery with the bodie.s of four a slow drizzle began to fall. Only of the eight pei-sons killed in wild the .sound of the thousands of feet street fighting last Thursday night moving along the .street broke the' between police and Communist-idrear> .silence. The familiar clat* led demonstrators again.st the se-1er of bu.ses and the muffled roar cret army.    of the subway.s were mis.sing as The government relaxed its ban transport workers joined in on public demonstrations fw the strikes called on nearly all levels; funeral, which was arranged by of the economy, virtually all labor and left-wing    in the forefront of the    throng organizations in Paris.    were foi-mer Premier Pierre The bodies of the other four Mendes-Fram*e, leader of a So-demonstrators were sent to their cialist splinter party:    .Maurice hornetowns m the provinces for Thorez. .s€‘cretary-general of the F'rench Communist party, and his  ......deputy, Jacques tXiclos WITH DUTCH    Before the march the    txidies Sukarno Told 01 Interest Over Dispute were laid out in a trade union headquartei-s and thou.sands filed* by the plain wooden coffins in ai stark, unadorned room Workers threaded through the jammed thousand.*; taking up a* collection bn* families of the victims Donors were given w’hite-and-black badges liearing the leg-| end. “In homage to the victuns, of Feb. 8. 1962.”    i Countdown Begins for Glenn Plane Probes Areas Where Impact Due HF’S OUR BOV — Guy Hancock puts the finishing touches on a 12.x 16-foot Valentine which will be delivered to the .Arlington, Va., home of astronaut John Glenn today. Mannes S.Sgt. E. W Murphy and Gen. Sgt. Donald R. Michaels will take the Valentine, signed by 3,000 persons, to Arlington from Roanoke. t.\P Wirephoto) .7AKARTA, Indonesia AP»—-Robert F. Kennedy told Indone-man President Sukarno today the U.S. government has “done all it can bi‘hind the scenes” to promote a peaceful siJution to the Dutch'Indonesian dispute over We.st New Guinea. A U S. Embassy .source said Republicans Shift Targets To Criticize R publicans W.USHINGTON AP »-Some Re- Kennedy emphasized to Sukarno publicans engaged in praising the in « two-hour conference over greatnes.s of .Abraham Lincoln lunch at the Merdeka Paiaic that are coming up with about as America has “a big interest in muih critici.sm of Republicans as this dispute and wants a peaceful thc*y are leveling at the Demo-•olution.”    Icrat.s. Kennedy ’* remarks to Sukarno Margaret Ubase Smith of Maine, were the basi.s of a verbal mes- th** lone GDP woman senator, »age he carried to neutralist In- toppt*d the [»litical soul search-donesia from his eldt*r brother ,ng with a .suggestion Monday President Kennetly, the embas.sy niRhi in Bangor Maine, that her »mirce said    party'.s leading lights are ducking The U.S attorney general made    presidential nomination «imilar remarks in conferences because they are afraid they to<lay with other top lndon«*sian can’t b**at Pre.sident Kennetlv. political fisures »ho rcK-ird him    ^    y a.i a direct pipeline to Prci.ideni    Republican;, in a New Kenne<ly. New Leads In Ballinger Beating Case York s{>eech for "paying too much attention to the thunder on the right and not enough atten- SEN. .MARCiARFT (TtASF- S.MITH ition to the thunder in the cues *’ ' Sen. leveret Saltonstall, R-:Ma.ss,, said in -Seattle. Wash . he agrees with former Piesidenl Dwight 1). Fi;a,*nhower that “extreme left wingers were advoiat-mg .siK'ialisrn. while the extreme right wingers were advoialing Miong-arm governnKUit “ Saltoiislall, who deseriU*<! hirn-^•It a." a ìmnleiate, indicateli he R.ALUNGFR <R.NS> — Run viishes both wing.s would go away, nels County Sheriff Don Atkin?    neither    sub-enbi    s    to    the indicated Tut*sday that he was    ¡mns” of the Republican or working on “some goixl leads“ in D^.iniK-ratie parties connection with the Friday rob-    n,ram    U. Fung, R-Hawaii, bery • beating ol M E B‘>gßes^,    3    Pittsburgh sjieeuh Re- 74. whose condition remained publican.*^ need to ask themselves “critical and unchangiHl," ac vilielher they have “given suffi-cording to Ballinger Clinic Ibe.    imiM'tus to liumanitanan pital atteiulenls    programs—or    have we lost touch Boggess has lM*en uiK'onsciou? million- ujjon millions of our »ince he lapsed into a coma about f,.n„w Amei n aiLs who no longer 8 :» p.m. Friday, approximatelyliepubluans as Iheir eight hiiurs after Ix-ing beaten i-bampioie *“ about the head during the rob- --rhe preponderarne of evi-b«*ry of his service station    denee suggest - we have mcreas A $100 reward has lM*en offeiwl mgiy lost supiMiri of the i>eopie, ‘ alruid of '64? SKN. JACOB K. .lAMTS , . . watch the cities New Record Heat Today 'Possible' CAPF. CA.N’AVF.HAL, Fla. t.VPt —As the preliminary countdown liegan today for attempt to roi’kel John H Glenn Jr into earth orbit Wednesday, an Air F'orce w'cather reconnaissance plane probed siorm-tosscni .Atlantic recovery ar-ea.s where conditions were refKirt-♦*d irnpi oving, “I don’t think the ca.se is hope less by any means.’’ a weather s|H'iialist .said. "But it’s not as-encouraging as we'd like" Me said a thorough weather' study may bring a decision late today on whether to put the flight off a day or two.    i In hopes the weather would clear. Project Mercury officials I trxiay l>egan the preliminary countdown aimed at a 7 .10 a.m. launching. The 14-hour count is split over two days, not necessarily fonseeutive, with the last half! picking up shortly alter midnight on launch day. A the count started, heavy fog' hl.mketed the (’ape Canaveral area, but was expected to burn off jby midmorning. A weather report said similar condition.s could exist Wixinesday, which would delay tht firing I The rec-onnais-simt e plane took oti from Bermuda to take a close IcMk at .sens and skies in a line ji.xtending through the three main recovery areas where Gkmn’s icapsnle would impact after one, jtwo or three orhit.s, ■ The main concern was the zone 500 mile.s east of Bermuda where Glenn would land if his flight were terminated after a ¿ingle: pas.s. Wave.s were reported run-* ning five to eight feet high there today, down from 10 feet .Monday when 40-mile winds whipped the area. The launching attempt will nott he made if waves are higher thanj ¡five fi*«H or winds more than miles an hour in any of the reeov-, ;ery areas. I Conditions in the oth«‘r two ar-j eas—500 miles south of Bermuda and 800 mile southeast of ( ape Canaveral—were reported .satisfac-tory The weathc*r expert said a s»*r-‘ lies of disturbances was mnning through the .Atlantic east of Ber-Imuda, with a new frontal wave j developing every few hours The I last two w't VCs w ere les.s **evere than Iho.w of Monday, he re{Mirt iSl l>OVV\, IM)\VN IT UHMES — The old First Presbyterian Church of Bryan come.s tumbling down for progress and it took progress to di.*^lodge it The stout old building defied efforts to topple it with a steel ball and a drag line and crane were finally used to push down the tall spire ¡.-\P Wirephutot Legislator Says Guard Could Be Free TASTE BUT NO MONEY 'Sir Douglas' Character Falls Me .said the weather trough ji .iu in:    the diNturlianee may    VVASMlNtiTDN CAP    W.M-un break down in a feu day;; giving    sin’s    .rind    National Guard Dim hofve that the launching can l>t*    Mon    could    1m* relca.M-d    irom at Utempted later this ut*«*k if not    ti\e    duty    before Juix*    hi Hep accomplished VS etlnesti.ay    Henry    Reu.s.-;    D    SVi> said t<Mta> I At an 8 5« am weather brief fu-uss >aid he drew this cun ring the National Aeronautics and tlu.xion from all mobilizalKMi n i Abilene’s winter heat Wave W ,exf>etted to continue through a se<‘ond day of rt-cord-st'ttini- tern-it»eratures fwtore turning tiMiiei IVVtslneMlay. Imal weathermen in !dieat**d TucMlay The mercury is exinn tetl to hit another retord leve! 'l'ut--Jay aft rs -aanng to H7 Mun-iia> ioi the .SEN. I.EVFKE'IT SAI.TDNSTAI.l.    rtauiiiiv here lot Ft4. 12 Previc-us high.s for tint were in 18H7 and I92r>. when tht Space AdminuJi ation relea.'.ed thi.*; formation given him by the pen- report “The western Atlantic is still ah n et to atorrny conditions in the area around Bermuda and alKiul HtRi mût ; to the east Small c.ile .-iioirn centers arc moving tagon and it -hould not he considered a preilutuMi 'I'he -Tind. whuh is in training at FA Lew la. W .ish .tiid Tex in' 49th -National tiUard Divkioi acre aetivattnl laxt fall by Pre NEW ViiRK ‘AÍ* -It W.1V .. la’tiei had nHow fu:    .Ni<    Dt^ugi.t-» Bediord of laiíulon ’ Mtiiiu..v Me a:Tîvt*t! on the hner Iv* :nia and the FBI was wailing fr»r nan at the ti<Hk The agt^ls e.Mtiiteti him It» the itxieial building wheu-he was held in $2*» ooo bail ft*i a hearing Mtmday on a tf.aige oi caNhing a i>hony chtnk lor V2MS72 n Mo!..>iuiu LSiua..!" - rc.tlly l-oii Rt-nneft 18 a ( .u.fonvia na(.\e .»lid . .iVl .    vli-lk,    Ih*- 1 Bl Ihe ,.alh of lirsi orbit at fretiuent intervalN sirmig-ariii guverniiieiii “Marginal wind and x*a eoiuli-d fe iior- together uith cl{Hidine.s: ai»d .ho^e^-- an indii a!ed HI that ar -a iHit there is no fxi.xitive indi Gas Refinery Fire Raging V-.S1    1 S \tt> Ihomas F d- w.ml- »aul i'll SiiKe Bennett 4 Uipaii.i-e tn-M New V ark i.ist \i.gUNi he h id b!a/t*d a tr.ul n- “'’i.a.u a iH-nmaik Noru.iv, i-i’L’intl .iPd -vOfl.ind M’’ u,«'- ,.:'e'icd in VU'iaeen, '.ii’d i--.’ I \tP *‘ P\MP\ G iV .( -.I i-a, IP the Atlantic where .■tie Jill ueU atMive s|M)keNinan ihhiHihI out that when tciniH*iature icactied 82 the    L-ovei iioi    wa*    ankinl    huiiday    David Mt I^nigfihn.    technician    e Uion of    another    storm forming by citizens of Ballinger    for    the    pong said, * i»uiveys show    that    duiiiig    a    television interview    at tlu-    Ahilciie    Weather    Huieau.    h lon pl.uiiicJ    lauia h    time    Thvr^ arrest of the robtw who treat    the    Hepublicans fail to command    ma-    wh,.ther    he    thi»UKht a Repuhlieaii    -aid piosfx-cts    are g.rori    for an    hi Ihch !mlt    ,-haiige    ui    the    east elderly man and e.scaptnl    w    11 h    jonty allegiaiue of a .single    ma    could treat    Kennedy in 19H4 hr    other    record    readirq*    rue..iiay    ei:    h^d of about $3Un in cash    jor group in America"    replied.    "I    eeHainly d<"    V4ilh a    high of    85 c m*eled An    liclc wind: “I think we’re on the right Mr.s. Smith bla.sU*d what .she Mr- Smilti suggcJed that i»ei    ¡T    l8Ho.    is the lec norr-.d back.” the sheiiff said, “and we ealltHl “faimhearUHtnevs’* among h^ips “the really true rule    ^( aii.ive. d    , ,nmlemeni-»r^ ouuoDri dion m ci might make an arrest sometime tfa* Hepublieans. She made it teiiiplaled    foi    (ieorgc    Homiiey    i.x    , ,,    .dure    i h.udinev.s    or fo.    is i,k, iv    ‘    ^    two    divi-iun“    on ■u tl^e to l>e the sacnfieial lamb on the    -MiHidav andWc.iiu al. y rnormn' IkiI Ji.add ke» p the two divi.aun.- on ,utiM it had reat hed    6^1    at    that    .same    nc' i"*r .a pa ;* midmor“ ne    dau Walter (’ VVilh.im::, o|H*ratioiis Reus.s said present plans c.d' far *    ’< lor    far    the m.in-in    sp.u i-    ths i.*iid to    Ix pioj« 1    said    lie    would base hi.s    '‘•pl.iccment    divssiuii. the    fh    enie: .aid tu hiumh    deci ion    an the    lateM    Mishaiuml    Infantry    at F't    (    a:-    There    ueu-    li foiu IS    emnhat    ready    v^lu-ii    a    gas cup e\r.uxh-.i >n.i .di n.l.irly,    he xaui    the mh    is    hut aiis    ;gat    n.' utihui* FineNi let Ar F IÍO.S4-. a Huftt'iXsl a le aker -diOUl- Tue.sday if this lead holds up.” $386 Taken By Burglars Burglars took an estimated $;ia6 In cash and 115« in checks from i the safe at Glen and laittie’s; .Sihool of Beauty, 1357 Butternut,; Monday night. The Imtglary was discovered I clear she Ihiiiks former Viie President Riihard M Nixon, .Si n Rcpiihhcan altar m PM Barry Goldw.iler of Arizona ami Honmey i.s t.iking a le.ivt* ax    u.^hV t i»oline exue« ied Gov Nelson A Hot kefeller of head of .American Motors to seek,    '    i < I m    ,     diom    a di'v Pucific • (>oi troiU New York may f»e "waiting for ih»*J.()l nomination tor    ‘wa.- we.si ol Alniene Tue- a sunnier day " in 1968 to bid for .d M.eh.gan Ihcie in .i«*eul. lion^^^^^    Mcl.iup.hhn    4.x the preMdeney    that d he ix eh-iied, he ''«‘I go N’lxon and IHm kefeller declined .dler    the party pieMdciitial    ,.3,|v^,„d dunn^ tlu ¡ hi comiiKHit But a Hot keteller nomination two ycai.^ hence.    .    4=    is ted to lou. i tempi : .....................(’ommealing    m Cim innali. Ohio    degree. |On Homney s entry uilo the rare,    „venught    low    is .(lolduatt'r said he Iwipt*.    with    a during l\w campaign Ronuuy ’ i.- vv cdm-stlay high exm-cte<1 lie ■■    ...........-   .......;aide to decitle iiioie emph.itualty    y", ami 8«) I. s loexKiMiM or (owvifKCfr. lhat lu is a Republican* than    1 iniiiii— Berlin I he fat t that the liudgtd for I'm ytar xtarting July l reiiuests ii. funtls for eilhft division Hen-s.iid. indicates no pres*-ni intent    '    -»nii-nn hv the Pt-nf.igiin to kt*ep these paut t'sl    lioi t»t»ops on active duty tH-youd jj-,,.. \ utrcked June in    e\¡K<'--iníi    .iMii (I He saitl .1 wiHNeniiie of the Ht»t    l-’l.onc**    c.ipiii; Im '.iluatitMi, however, c-juld    re    ;a tane-'    txu’ied    fc ”■    -    . railt m H r«-quest to Congie.x.x    fo;    t.l.i-»!    .«Itoui ¿    p m Ato* .- cfuanc itHim i>f la«' < •• Helutciy . miic*- west <»f ill file Tex.IS Panh.indle F i!»‘f li'fi s w.tifeti !>if the I ¡-.‘ieaseti uhi-n iK t*' '!'»* do.«' emnigh foi *f* i ill i t    k 18    workmen    a i-t mi'i .♦ |>fi. ' , --«■I V in *n •d 11 H>.l ' «I \ .(Hi h ‘«n cti ci’.e« k tn 14 day ch.I -’c he I!ie Ivtin.i noin <-<1 iiu : • IV..! m ■ ; n w s .ind FBI I : II' 111. If h;-! e WEATHER Mutiti its    “‘‘i Both the t't ctteiutaiits said 5th Me"«ciu/tsl    -I'liuus activated this montli (d M; HI W.CS F’lUill ^t'lC -'«H i..t Ine aitci the ttl.t/« t.uG- -wept t .itigni til' uu.;n    11 ■ when the school ofx-ned Tuesday 1 tmirn I iltiv and WiHlnvMia» Tur inlay 75-«« •    V»    w»me    ot his .stalernenls on a pi t ABILK'NK. A.MJ VUIMIV iHadm» ♦« \ hhi.S IcIcVlSlOll plOgl.im imil morning. Detective Hgt Jotm Roberts •aid the investigation is still in Cu«tUaut<d fail and wann To**» l uttMiav iiiaht tut tuna n«»iri eati*d Hiah IWatlay near 85 ia«w NEWS INDEX HiaS *tî i» correct. Owners of niaht <5 50    liiah    Wr^lnrcda»    Mrs. Smith lioletl NlXOIl    aliti iiM4 (ur    M Suura    •ialina    at    (ìotilwatei have .s*ud they will    mit P8>4 nommât itni    and  ___  Her    has    noi    saai 1 74. uMllart tuiilKht b 13    iilu'lllv    ihut    iu*    Wllllld    ilCCeot    It miHI'M ( UNTHAI TFXAS    t Irai tii ‘9** "*>    ‘O*«    '»    WOUlU    ampi aitil riutnb tuiiay    and Wrrtnraclai    \    JavUs, W Im» cl.TH.St S hllll'CU    tl-S •niu 4nr    »    ,i    am •( anil «9    i.i    i    lu    ,    i complete iHJt that it «4t»tH*arf the    lliali ami    U*w aame itatr laat    vrai    hm '0| IIH I total figure of something over $5(M»    Hin»lt^Uai    nwhi b M, auiiiuM-    baiay    that R(K‘kl‘le ^    H. »UilaH    luiUKht b ’13    ... miHI'M (HN'I HAI TF XAli tha*    oKlidUishlllent iF**“« i-iuuib tuiiay and W ine    eSiaoilsnilK ni,    r«aibr Wrdn**da> ami ■poleich were < sxH» laua u>niahi 45 55 Hia Glen and Uttie .Nealeigh, werei^«» «ami liwr-is'i    i    i«ai    i    . b i-luudv today and Wadiwailay ('nolri out of town Tuesday. The burglary was reported by an instructor at the school. Hmh'wrdnradav a liberal, siiitl ÜMt if Kcputjiicaii.s ct»ui w to bid N?miHwi->.'i TiLXAS tbai to pait don’t adjust tlie» U«„h. I.    I.M h<i¡ c-it> ..up,«111 ttu.j ni..> t Wrdr 45 IN wHilh he •aat Wrdn#wta*    coHVe    "an    im|»<itent    fringe    party." 5ICTI0N A Obituorici . . . ... 2 Brid^« ....... . . 3 Amu5«m«nft ...... 6 Sport« 8,9 To Tour Good Hfoltli IO SEÍTION B Editorial» . . . . . . . 2 Women'» n«w» ..... . .. 3 Comic» ..... . . . 4 Rodio-TV lofs..... ..,7 TV Raport .....____ ... 7 t l: ;on on xvailc.tile wealht*r intoiination as soi liic countdt»wil got under way -'I’he wealht*i —.si»et dit ally a *•- relea.setl when tht lie.ivy eloud cover over the Gap«’ m<*retl Division at Ft forit*ti (HKstiHtnement ot the fir-t    it*ady tor combat eltoil to rm ket the 40 year old Armored and Iht (iieiin into earth orbit on Jan ‘*fe tH-mg Ti<mt.l.. wuh thf Ada, r<Hk ll.-us. -■..mi    ,    .    ,    II,*    B    u    ,>i.uif    -u t/iiiks    "ill    I'.Ui    ii‘UN liH IiT# iSt    *    j    »i    I luti lanss exit muHi ini i»o.M    ,    ......m*rint5*nd«'ni e-.iim.ittxt the lo>- jMiiiemeiit for moie than two .ArmoriHl will t>e an existing com    re    '' tin «■-■1.«    p“    •"    f“»“ 2™;"    ‘ UIIU-I.P. ..ud .HI..'    ........ \t a    lauiii'h ..'..H» M..II (luin »liuh « I..1I •.ii.'iidlh 'i''*-u.,,.,.,.,    «■. il.iy, teehiucianr; re|Jortwi that all    «‘u«    ‘J    ooo ...illon    hutano    t oik ne.iihv    .iist» ift-ment.s apart trorn the still dii-    iiugfit    go    up htous weathtT were in what theyjj|'0£j( Mofkcf    "R the tank xi.otild expiiKie u calUxl a "go" condition    |J    *    U    everything    .ii<Hiiut Ihese elements include«! tfie    OpCHS    rUghCf    p,.,,    ^    leiHolei at Ihe    Mine Atlas rmket and the capsule    NF'VV YORK .AP    Hie .Moik said btith of which have l»eeii plagued murkei oi>eiu*d higher imiay    Gheiitf s ofhtei- h.dtcd tiavel with malfunctioiuv the global Gem-iai F'ieetric adv.incml    G,    on all liuds in the vie.city tracking stations and Navy re Geiier.d Motois wa> unchangv*«!    ’Fhe reluiery is N'lween skeliy covery t»»rces out in the .Atlantic,    and    Westinghmase    eased ». town    and    White    Deer. rt!c .'It'! K foi. :    V Oi'K ti) ves , !...ink « h.ii,,. -o,‘!U* ■ »Hit' p!Oi F Pi .V t .. "f ,a‘'I . 1'. . Dd. 1.1 ■ (Md t/.a T • ibit- ,nv ' 1.« Hi ii .11 fi I'l Dou.sL.v tr- C.e; .. .<    .U iitcve- ;    w,i>    lh;‘ tus^ \cw V OI k aliti M4*mr»ti> of a M'iV.s'i.: .timarij ìx-lt I»ciiae!Ke. Via- mvitt'il .Ihì.i >i tr- c.e;‘-*l e. Norftx'i, \ ,    ! ^ ‘    Í    '    «    Uie    Lung l ' .tnu p.!!i\ 111 .! plu-h im'ht h« ai 1 .oigeil toi theit tii tKt-i-.,i:io It.iin Viicoiu! Oli (ii-iit imi *>.ui l'.iiuHi.xtm*!»    w.uiui,    ti‘i    lli«-tti al ÜU .tiriMdl to 1 he thifu to th» IliKlit >ts8 HI Wt Itio y, .N \ , ut-fieiai.x v.«ul Biilx    ¡4H    A-    Ihus    Im*kan iuKUirig Ulto thc i::ency authoriiies xa,d. .d which {sHui    r Douglas ' h»- man his overseas jauni. ;