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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 16, 1962, Abilene, Texas ®í)e Abilene 3^porterBvImng 'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY A<; Corr„_g SVX3*- *    ' S« 3^v 3303 tf2C'V *^ 9909 »‘a M3S W3U0U31H ★ ★ FINAL Mild 81ST YEAR, NO. 244 ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, 1962—TVVEN SECTIONS Js'ifirinhd Prr%3 (JP) Western Pilots Use Red-Coveted Route Fighters May Patrol Airways GLENN TO GO Tuesday Earliest Oribt Flight Date Kelau^d story, pj*. l(»-R MITH MAIL — Kathy Jo Wilson. 4. opens one of the more than 600 gifts, letters and get-well cards she has received since a picture of her was published over the country. The Crawlordville, Ind., girl broke her right leg and doctors put both legs in traction. Kathy was taken out of traction this week and is now home but she will have to wear the cast for three more weeks. i.AP Wirephoto) Typical Airman Found in Texas S.\N ,\.\TOMO. Tex. 0^P)-The typical man btMng trained today for Air Force service is a slender, young high schiwl graduate who is a bachelor hut i.s thinking seriously of marriage. SpcKMfically, he's airman basic James E. Maynard, 19. Flight ifiS of the 37(^th Ba.sic .Military Train-ing Squadron at Lackland .\ir Force Base Officials at Military Training School Headquarters a! Liak-land pinm*d the designation on the Williamson. W . Va . youth after surveying hundreds of thousands of trainee n*cords The average .Air Force trainee, the survey showed, is 19 yeai old, stand.s 5 feet 84 inches tall, wt'ighs 148 pounds, is a high school graduate, has no depend-ent.s, wears a size 84 -htx*. has a 30-inch waist and wears a 15-inch collar. Maynard, son of Mr and M s. Edward T Maynard of WiUiam son, matches every facet of th<* Haiiuxt Prince Sees King of Laos CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. CAP* —The United    States’    effort    to rocket an astronaut around the The postponement wa.s orderetl world IS now off until next Tues- by the I'roiect Mm ury Op<.r.i. day—at the earliesl-hecause ol tions Direcloi W .ilier' ( Wi| bad weather in the Atlantic te- h„ms, .sitcr anotltcr midnisht covery areas.    hneting by his weather q)eciali>t ^ And Marine    Lt    Col.    .John    H    who had compilod    refxirts trom Glenn .Ir. will still the astro- weather planes and ships sta naut despite the procession of tion«*d in the splashdown are.-., delays w'hich might base cracked The annouiKernent .-.aid simply; the confidence of the aver- ‘‘Weather eonditian.s preclude a age man.    launch alt -mp! thi.    morning ” Glenn has shown no signs of    ‘    “ tension that might altect his per-jformance and there i.s no basis for considering his replacement, Dr. William Douglas, personal physician to the astronauts, said today. "Pm as close to this man as I am to my brother.” Douglas said, "and I couldn't let my brother fly if 1 thought he would be in danger. If I detected anything LUANG PRABA.NG. Laos ( \PiWrong. I would take immciliate —Prince .Souvanna Phouma had a 3^‘bon, 90-minute audience with King Sa-    reiterated    that    (denn RKR! IN i \P'—Informix! ^ourc- reportetf to have made the es said We    l“rn rr htary    ormen.    flight from Hamburg, backinc up    a    protc ,i    to    Mn-i ow,    * om.nerciai plane kept regular flew l„ isul.ucrt lie,',n V    .yi"'-'; ■'hove the altitude the Soviets set corridor wh(-e lower Iom-U the    lower-icvei    rations. Soviet Union    wanted    to    ¡“scive    Th«Te was no immixiiatc report for :l    own    planes The    weather    t'f ''!> O'ideiu iwa: bad    The    We-tcrn Bit: Three was re- ; Thi. time (hr H imian BiMiin    T.-hier    pa- I -rndoi noiihuinmo t >f thu^    ■    unhsss    S«. Hich link w. n\ol\,ti it UP ^-    Allied    mil- icrv ( .mrninist t-rntaiv ,o    tr.iffic Berlin from tlM .,r a ol the‘Brit M.,ff Bhou u-h zone    '    and    danger- ,,    ^    ofbctai, by the :w)Vic! h ar- -rr. 'nt US oifiii.l in W ishmgton ex- .•rc -efl fcai ^h.a d.ingei'ous :tuat!on ( ould h'V-h;-p rapidly if the r'lVti't: keep up iheit’ an an-t;- : m the 2; = a dc ■. nrridors Wf-.t Br-rhn uid West t ibi n’;m\ rh= I nittsi Si »te-,. Britain and F? ¡ru in --idf nates to Mo.seow T^ur-iiay tl srged *he >^oviets ■-/th •    ; rive and d.mgeruus accused »t he.Umg 4th Man Charged After Ballinger Suspect Found Kv (l\l»F tOsTKK Ke|Hirler-.\ew H .statf V\ riter ,    ,    ,    r    ,    .,    BAI    I    INtfFR The f uu r t h van* Valhaita today, lie loW •««    charge    in .-.«ine.tton v |,h th. new.smen after emerging from the P**ofiram he si: iff . office. •1.". ' uitu a' fr iH'^ Ir .ntb .-i p-a rn ‘ ¡-■■ptcii to I iishs Lountv. woe., la.fv/ w    <    p    ^ .-m d    .    i f-'’i;y iiienr. ,e<* wh-n p''.irr we oh; :ncit f.Tim the Nae, a t.Hintv .-=hcr-tf .ft . VV^dne '..y. U); . z w - t aken »»ei - c Pr.icC iMor ai: v\ w is an exfXTiencetf te.si    ' .7 ,T*'iu * i 7- u N’art.n MuTn»-. 21-y« ;    ,    ,    "    '■    I.    oilot    and    used    to such delavs    btatink.    of    an    eldeilv    Balhn    Ba'dncer    m.-n    is    h< n, Pnnce Bou„ Oum and Pnnc-eJ     ,,h    .P    ,.v.<|,,y-by Hun-I ,,‘c I:;-, ',j,' Souphannuvuny    further    ddav wai an ‘    ...... I«' ' :    Ic    addrt    he    wall C(ml.nuc lhc.se    1    Oi 7m KasI.an Chenil Atkin.s . :,d Krr,I ( ;n.,    ,    i„ • r i talks wah «.en, I*houmi    ^    ol    H,..:,nee,    .    fall,,    r    ol    an-    .    ,u    i    ,n    ih,    a..    ‘    h here in Luang Prabang.    kJ «w.. k .\.___  other    man    in    the    inve    to    .»non    Poen    el Old in weather briefing by the National But IHounu, .slronc man m,    ^    ¿pace    Adminis..'"'"' Boun Oum s royal government, pj-ation    fugitive. has not given any indicaUon he i„ addition the N’-vsa <iv.L-ec. bn u'^r'ion 1 opi'z. 2« - \e.o-old of unv »tuui pt w f . I t' I 'I ( -j ‘f:Ci . n retui - t^' If-    u.u*    IP    < \ m inii ( (i[H‘ set Jit 1) w in the fH' tiu VI Atkin.-; ...iid Iaiih-z wu ; t.iken *o h« 1" addition, the .VASA sp.,kes- ™''' 'P™ '' ^p■-'"»P , u, \,,pt,,, o,, |r- n, h, ..... ,,< would discuss problems ol form-man .-aid the entire countdown'emain:; in Ilannel.s ,.„„1, w. v ..... ,    t. ing a coalition government with for both the 3W).ObO-pound thrust    jail    under    charger    of rob    „    „    j    ,. the visiting neutrali.st prince Atlas boo.ster and the 4.2fM) pound by a.ssault He is being held | Stime con.sidenxl Souvanna s space tapsuie would be rts ycled beu ot $10.iio0 biind in connec-visit a desperate effort to .salvage This means that all systems in bon witn the biufing lu-;t Fndav ,• mmute-, h.:;:iP ' u ' !■ al • lIMMMi I .dm a.-- t i. e - ■-i ♦, ^;.;|V)-'.t ih) 1 1 tt rit The nil P' t. ke MU II;., H. n . ir - vs IT    I Uti ndtHi I ,, r tf the \1 'es t'j • ot -1 their u . I < M this '"''idc L “tnmu- St (g. ill put, n* p,' •r.' blc nv iL govei n--ud will 1 to in ure of I ' -,ov *t n- ' •Vi ».    -€• d‘-nt- whub K Hv W V W nr n Î »« .It lu :(>'» con» n r m.inm ! H Utud }- w •> %p • ■'•■.vi to him .uid rr V) iK'f m ' |m"! of his rights m the    ’pn,,    nhv'.;. -Si    of ! (.Ill    p.,s' U.iK    -\i ■ I    li t'    wuiver »*(    :.i V irions    ot    t tfi,f.‘ fiut    .eked th.u    CO';:'I dor's    bíl* (■•    -fpcr    the w.t!\f=i    ■'.rthi l--.,. to ■ u numbe*- ..i . fast-disap}H‘aring chances of iorm- Jx»lh thè missile and thè capsule    E    Bogges.s.    wfio    remam> in ! o[.s la '"1 ihi ing a coalition government will be checkeit all over again ki'ave condition in Ballinger ' oihk. ,»»n w , Flying from his headquarters at from top to bottom despite the P»tal.    who    ii    $,«“»    w    »s    l    iken. ihe .Xieng Khouang, the neutralist previous e.xhaustive ehwk    N„t    Likelv    lo    Liv*    *.7    .*f leader was met by an imposing    Becau.se certain cltHnronic part- Atkins said the family bar licen <\p wirrphBioi array of eight ambas.sadors—in-mis.sile and ruipsule told that there ir aimost no hanee    ^ JAME.^i M.AYNAHD    Icluding the American and Soviet, hail been activated for test pur- jpe man will survive the two    ^‘”111 M«nev . . . tils to a -T’    iti.Hi, Phoumi No.savan. deputy,^he previous check: , they blows on the head with a heavy premier of the Vientiane regime, bave to be replact»d to in.^ure bammer. ■|0 ill dl Atki:-i‘. 'U ’ t i> me ■ 1 , th    b 'I K 01 th !, irrirnoi h= lion times in th« f>r «'xclustve use inret' Berlin air the ? ioo-foN; ? -ili wruYj-- to " The Allies, 'eu''iiii, a i/i'    i    .t”.iy    at h - toi-riia' iht il ui • gn? - ».j ,;od Berlin, ■ hitfiiig leieeti,! nmmc requests and id With the .Noio e.icb t.igtii wiHjki have lo be p kvsi .ip m the sta- eieaie«! indrv¡du.tüv by the four-{.«»we: .111 s.(P ' . enter in Bt'rlin, It » a mechanic when reii¡ain;lei '->f the roblx-i s he comph'tes basic training. Maynard, a 1961 graduate of '^^e king has designated Sou-    attitude    control anna to form a eoa ition govern- .    .    .    »-»"»«ui description Tlie Air Force looked over 18.900 trainees at Lackland to find ^^'lliamson High School, i.s a Maynard, who cnJisttxl Jan. 28 blueeyetl. dark-haired ruddy with the understanding that he'll y’«»mplexioned youth whose hobby —------is wo<k1-woi king i He worki'd at a machine and iJectrical company in his home ‘t(»wn iH’iure enlisting. ^ He IS engagixl to .Miss .Anna Mae Napier of William.soii- a tact was at the airixirt. Dutch Get Jap Apology TOKYO ' \P> — Japan aixilo-gized tiKiay to the Netherlands- for    ‘be    rigorous    basic    training vanna to form a coalition govern-nent. U.S. Industrial Production Down Tfi«= Jieiiif -.aid th.it wlu!c in DcjJi’c the earher .Killed re-•ni    the    BaUiiiger laiivz    íLaf ,    tu-aS luformed >ourt i-- -aid    the .»n    :;ta>e»l wi!f> the    Uavaz»; Í. ntilv,    Sovui- .»g.an .i ked exilusive    U-« war arre.sled Wednesday '‘''‘■b«'- ''J"'"    -huh mov.i u,    R ".n-.e, trom    f<KÍ-;■ of -he Hmnhu-g Be-iin    cor- burther.^there Ls a strong hke- ^ijjhi Farmer, alnml 3.5 miiea    P^»'^    baL^.d    VW-oucmu^v    m    jb,oa »wn '- ut iv-u .v*. • -»go Ix) ndMf be'ow 7 Nm feet for thre« I .u„. .t>_ ....    .    ..    ,    -    UutJ;;;;k    ¡¡x-z v» 1- t- 'u*. <j| Bobvt-'--'--,n peak performance .system opcuated tiy peroxide let.v, will have to tie re- northe »--t of Lubixjck, mue.-by Run hydrogen    Deputy    Khentf    Fskell    ■''-‘"1    'b. aer ( ,iv tendency to corrode the e.s< ape valves, which Glenn would use to maintain his ixi ition relative to ithe horizon while on hi. flight VK.ASHINGTON *.AP'—US in- Glenn was once more awakened ex|x*cti*d lo take him out ot the    ^bubt-by Dr William IkHigla,. and ad- •’no d«‘t»'ndent.s" category before bist month from the retord lev-»vised of the prolonged ‘ scrub.” t(K) long.    “f    DecemlnM .    That    was    at    12 ¿0 a m. MiiviiiirtI hi,.s no comnliiinl,    '"“'■«'iiy    h>'    "'f government indicateti that the commenting I gut plactHi Tbeve jets were loaded    f    ami chamçc hiu!.i> two davs ago and the e i-^ h is a l>ete'tive B. U Domm.guez.    in    hi.e hume lui .» week pi - on la.m lo the Kunnc'- »'—••>•■■ or to tlie rotit>er\ fui: i.enuti .tn WEATHER a riotous démonstration Indoiu program, which appaiently has busine-s recovery hesitated n 1 It rv' »v4»l    llitri I ill* I cl I lAJrl 1 11 l\|l fl| v •    . sian students staged against the ^Bwilatcil his ajnn’tite He ha.s Ih* cxfiecttxl We .all km vv weather wa.'i nKugmal” l. - Dli'tKIVItM 01 (OWVtlKti W I \ I ill X HI lit VI iWráiiHrr iiiaii I'Mgr    It I AlUl.l M VM \ KIM IV    H = nul»-' » 'mil at-d «1»,; K p,. ,- . , ,»ll ' itli'.I I»,.,,11. 1,    -.,,111,-'    ...    fh    :■    ■    ,, fU'di .11    l....»    lrnT.i>    i.iihl    :    H ,    ,    N.»IUHl.t» .'I    . I* was to    Hi»r(i .»lul    iiiM till .¡I -rti.i-,    ;■•-    ' the 4lf I.» nations mines, nolch Ko.6a.s.y ,i, Tokyo Thum- XT',,;.::    n,r':l‘i.ii:7.s':rp-;,;i';i;';M;    Hearing    Postponed lixlv the average Air Force Irmnee 9 a Hi 111 and ki. IliKh .nPl low sanit 4,1 «ild fill SuriNi-t Ijial rijiilu t> 2-1    »Ui 7 21    tii«iiihl    6 i'l NUKTM I l A’lUVI. IK XV.='^    (.«    i ♦an Itwj.iy and    r.ftU' 1> So did other key indicators,    .»«    ki    4.h    "lo^h'7.iuid.7‘ . . . .    .    ..    1    .    .    vFI rresfon s JUir I Nmdinv-I nx*    '• 1 I. such as pt*rsonal inc'ome ri*tail    iv lUiud»    ,nd    -..»tpMia»    ;    ,m aU‘s, nonfarm employment and Schtxiuhxl hearing on • nwtiort    * the working hours of factory cm- to dismiss a |H*nding 42nd District '’''vr"'*" ^ ...    . u    , < pioyes    Court ca.vc agaiiLst the City of *'    ‘••'i''    t-"»'» ' »■ \ut(»mobile assemblies sii{>|hh1 Abilene s^as not held Frulay    n    p    in County    f<’bt>ei\    fui:    lienuti ' knowine tfi-e man wheu que>tiiM;'i ¡,. (■;m1i;u- h% .\tkms mid his '•t.itl \ tip. th.il Uipe/ t) id cuti'jp  playin. ai .i mìiki. fiaitd .11 in< .u ; .1    te    til'    .O'lc'.t \ vV ■■ i ;d he I ecci V cd    - K"'l -tikltH'r.i! iOll ’ lluni !.i A - ii t >i 1 : i n'lii ,1., »    - d 1 t,4 i.an F-.'rk nica in fic- e.uct! ‘ -i ttii .u-fKH-t He ii.'d    tii    a.'C    t.i; untii ¡-eceniiv B>w . Wt' ; "■i- lif'y    ,« ti ,Kni'-; ;; ,ias :;t dr' m ue 'Md .i:.'l-' l;„ tt'»' <ifi in ui    c Intotm.itiun on ''le soviet air- !d of I- iUn 'I V Hr h,id 'vCf pM. Reiff's Condition Remains Critical <tay. .Shin.-iaku Hogen, direc'tor of th» Foreign Office Kuropean and .Af rican Affairs Bureau, exprcsstxl Sfock Morkef det'p regret in a visit with Dutch r\^ i _    ■ Amhas.sador N A J. De Voogd at    Irrcgulor the Nelheilaruls Kmbas.sy.    NEKK    KiDRK    'AfO    -    The    stmk    !*♦*•    vent    from    the    neainnord    in    the    suit Vujiro Iseki of the Japan«*sc    market o|»cn«<l ii regular tcKl.iy    '‘*B* of    DttamilH'r    OutjHit of    fxkh    Al)ii«*ne is attempting to f»u< e re- d Foreign Oitice ealhxl in the liido    I S .Stinl was off 4 Chrysler    f*0‘J products and    indu^-tnal    ma-    payment of a lâ.otio l»*g,ii tee lo nesian iimbas.vidor, Maj G»*n H    up 'h-, General Motors oft 4 and    tvrials    fell IhJow    the ik'cemlier    a l«K’al law firm auth»»nztHl Bambang .Sugeng, and tiJd him    (ieiM'ial Fh*» tne up 4 Budio    level    a formirM city commis.Mon. Hear- the .stutients’ action was improp«*r Coip was up 4 .\m<*iitan Tele IJie h'ed»*ral R»*ser\e Board said mg ol the city's motion toi dis- o ,.11. M.-rt ,, ,    ,,    'i.    .    '.nil    Hixh HoU'lt Preston of I»» 7V tn -.ruOi »■•»vsr Mi..se Is tis ;iil(lrf.', Ml II! n.i|-îh north irtil riii.'trt. t' lïhî. r, ! I li-th s.itir.s;.. H » I 'M K VI I I X -    ;    : .11 to bv »»AlU . tnu Si ♦ n»!a t.-l . «rtil - d«»    I-..«    I.is.-ht    IV    to    i    llfitfi    •>: s; ;;; 'ouU: Hirh ■ .aui ♦ Ci ti; !o- I m- -T 11 X    i    i;    j-    t, 1 Knid.v .fiKi t> ;.l ti.<l-5'- Sugeng replirtl he would d»» his phone and F'ord were unchangwl the imiustrial prtxluction imlex mis^al will f>e held at a later !ui.'*    '    '*    -    " b«*st to prevent such incidents in .Standard Di New .lei :-e>' ea;ke<l went down one fvoint to U4 i>er date, ai cordmg to Judge J. U    n!7^,'7« v - the future.    4 and Westinghou''» dr(M)iH*<l 4 cent of the 19.57 average    Rlat    k    '    4..    m    »    »    i    >•> 1- ’ 1 ht I st )' ^ 1 Ki.sby ou Di F V .111 A , Ii aidii’ II r> sn : (it. »twl nit Oli - i the UlOllN I ! IVei Sh’ hi“s ‘HI .till IXK ' P' - dt 0 I' 'fin , ; and '.her in »tith .'al ( e,«.ii.nn ,1V '‘it H k 111 ' u 'h I 'O ' 'dellHIl 1 h 1 lospil.l, , ih So ^ ♦as ! t' Dep !. ueni OÍ L !ih,ie S. dt. . ■». 1. ’ p‘ \ ' ( .!i ‘ is 1 »•¡.a! ■ 1 ih.i I" fv ,l " < ' 1 the l.iio ! k iil IM La IÎ! ' i K t S? .|M \ t i mK V ! ffs t ati« d (■enee ; is c(niim;' ii; Jj Í.. S.1I I.» »{If- klle V ■I !h He wl- i“! ,i’. » .me to H.'ih tuu !' ÏI (Ml t t'WO ! he 'U: U-- . >■ I - a Wt - Ls m-Una ihe roiM.'ei y H * h (J not .((■: a ; Í ‘. I. 1 le.i.i ; ■ ' li ' ' 11 ill 14' s'.‘ 1 V u '• sl.it . >11 OÎ i Fm- ,1 Ve. :i : ' ■ d » 1, i a , ;. y ' Ml deV iiuirmiu. ' ‘ [Hi! ( h . s-' l;.; M.h 1. < (.¡idi! K ' '■ it|i .S.i'ii'i ! 'u I itUI i told OÎÎM . > ' » I 1 ,d s » !i .1 'one '( 'n a: iU I a iff: .S .ii' t , . :i b.'ls ,n Ro'..; ::es> M'S », I . . 1 r “ • “ a's -M.n d ?h.i t c P OW I . V.O.I K- H .'■d ;i; i \ » ; ■ I i k 11' s 1 1 loqw t - s' n , < ' 1 . V .i Î '“U'. ' .1 ■r e ‘h t i a!t oiH*! ; i'ions h, . .. h • *♦ ix*en sub- ■r .f»S Ì to ♦he • an; power Ber- s. ih'ty I > I h thc l S. n> •ii' ea 1- * 1«' • . » - on Vv eone -.i.iV ; Oew cl ■; .» t. . Iviy ■ K Fut i e pi.me 1 . ! ■ ; ' s, ‘ h 1 ' ; StetJ, B .te in .. ,mu a.io n W est Î ’ } i ... Í i \ i’h. \S-.s . 1 a ! t's i .1 ,ny t '. .. '•JC ♦; ' ’ Ke Í w 0 • ' f ■-» J, . ; , . ' a'V- e! s h >r .i'i \ :>e! ■' ‘ f; ■ en- ! e ; \ un ■ at ol.U; i.t Hi- v.v .1 ; Ti,;. ' W» • ik- NEWS INDEX ■e W))» !! h.t Ki,h y ,S 1. ‘C t ; B..('iis! .3ladetii » to iiiepi r-';'»jvci v iOl SfCTION A ObOuaritis • • 2 Sports . . • . . * = 8 9 TV Report 10 Rodio-TV loos 10 To Your Good Health 10 Business Outlook 10 AmuS'-'ments « • 1 1 Bridge • e 11 StCTiON B Women % ney»s , , 3 iditonolt . 4 Comics . . S Was Mexican War Black Page in U.S. History? Ry THE A.S.SOCIATFJ) PKFSS Attorney Gt*nerai HotH,*rt F. KcniHHly’.s comment that the I S-M ex lean War of 1840 48 was unjust it iwl ha.s touched off a war of words—with Tex.ui rebuttal the itrtingest. This wa.s a campaign which won territoi-y from the Bio Gramle lo the Pacitic for the United Staltvs. Mexico opjHiscd U.S annexation of Texas, which threw off .Mexican rule in 18:ii>, and resistlhJ when the I ,.S s»‘nt trcHip.s into a disput»*»! region b»*-tween th»* .Niuses River and the Rio Grande. The .M«*xican War was brought up hy a .stud»*nt at Jakai ta, Indonesia, during K»»aiiedy’s vi.ai. The Ntudi*nt mentioiuxl the war in eonnection with the Dutch Indonesian dispute over West -New Guinea .Said Kennt*dy* “ I would say th.it as tar as the war with .Mexico, althiiugh th«*re might b4* .s«Mii»* from Texas who dl.vagree. I would siiy we were unjustiti»si I don't think    that    this    is a very bright i)a.ge in Amt'riian history ’ Commente»t Gov Price Daniel of T»'xa- ”1 catinul h»*iieve that K<‘nmxly ■ intemhxl to leavt* impression that he dis»ip-pnivtsl of    the    h»*roii    fi,ght t»»r fi»t*ilom and lilM*rty which w.is matie l>y 'r«*xans in IBJil 'yen of the Alamo    ;in»l    Texas    iritle|»end- eiue) ;»nt! the ait)se»|ut*nt annexation agi»em«*nt iirid detense th«‘itHil iiy the I nitixl Sl;ites ” Daniel nottxi that eight Mexicans die»i fighting on the .American side of the Alamo i-'ormer Maj.    lien,    Kdwiii A. he the Wiilker a native Texan who quit the Kimy in a dispute over tro»»p mdoi trination, .said of Kennedy s .statement ‘ Devastating aiwl un pardonable ’ David Donald a hi.stoiy pm-fe.voi at Pruicelon, and a Pulitzer Prize winner in mid 19th cen tury American huJory, com' rncnlixl that 2,5 yc.ir.s ago most I ,S historian.s would havt agretnl with Keun»*iiy, tnit mil now 11h* tiiary ot Pre.sident Polk. D*jiiald adtitsl. has inen disctiv-eitHi and there has lM*en bHter iest*arch mlo iiueriial .Mexican attairs. Ikiriald saat the war was “in.ide ilmu.sl Inevitable’’ hy American expansion and the tad that .Mexicans wouldn I neg»itiate jong-standing ditterences — such as claims by U.S. citizens vs. Mcxico, mil 1 iiliiv du.pute'' t ul J»ihn B ik 1    w tu» W.I.- un the gcnei it st ilt in Wo:!d W.»r II, ai .1 who wi it I 1 h ii»i i .11, nottxl Ihal (»»*n t - (.lant . ! .o thou'ihl thc war uniustitusl .»iid i'.ud .'.»» in hi -, nu'iTToii' As for himst-li, B.ik»i<" .\<od: ' Th» .Mcxit.ui Wai, wht‘lh« t ju: tiíuxl or not. was m»>re or 1«*-' inevit.ihlc Kmeiiía was » x|>an<l in.e I ihuik inyscU the uiuciiv ot the .Alamo justifierl almos! ai -Uun.u " In the su‘ce ot tfie Alanui S.ui Antonio' the Mexic.iii.s vvii*«xl uul the entile gairewiü Al .San Malino Ca!d . hr loi i ui Alian Neviiis s.ml h«* dr gn*» s with K»*iin»Hlv iiut s.iy th»’ at-toriK*y g»*iiei al s ixi.Mlion ¡s tcna-bl«' i’oiUinued .Nevui» “It s one oí lh»».s»‘ »pK 'í :oi    M .1    .    '« V f    1h* scttU'íi 1'!*■ mi.ii J vn ‘.v !>' iii" lonaiis use»! t..    í*    hit li war w.(s vv Itili. Mi» ' ». '-í ... howeviT, h.isti'    •    ti.i.e    Mr en th«‘ op|H): Ite \ .» w in hi' «iwn o| mor N» •.    '.-i.!. *1 thuik the w..I wa- iu 'il i-l His priiu ipal    .a »uirti-    D    n’ fusai ot Mexit    • i.» i    ,    ot    U»    ' 1 »• Mexu.fO' thou, ot tm-y wi ic . m IJiL It» tl»‘le,it the l tutea .M.iies They h.id an .»ifoy ttiat on p.a»tí w*ts tive iini«‘.s    la;'..'»■I    than    la»- 'l'he pnm ipal i».t on thc» iiiu'»d lo ne».olí.lie Wa- m»tni'l..i pial» Neviiis noietl Ih.tt h -loi m Le tin H .Smith    taK»*.-    th»    v,ew    m his two volume    work    Tí v    Wai- V\ uh Mevicü publi he»l .d out 30 Vtais ago' that .Mcxu on t>’ov »K almn and intran-'iaem »* m ele il imiiossible lo avoid ho.sliUUes. N.-v ns s.iiti Use -.»me View t, Ki f: h. 1\ i> Klleii Bdhnzton ¡:i io. aq«i Wf'-tw.c i‘ h'*.; .'íMior ■i. wl.a'ti ÎU erepn.is./i.!    ' L «•■ , U'ilt PoiK Un! Vt V h i;ti t"'    .1 ¡M .u t .iOle sfi’,, feei.t Ntvm.s .ui«l*»l l'h< Leiu'ioi. o| »»»Uisf - 'ju.tf »■;,■ la t,!    to hiis v'ew    wf'uii    ■♦'»’ 0 i M.i.s-.ii ilU-ctiu'-W    ti»«‘ 1 •«iiiion.t. vuw Jit .Vî.."-ti!!a vS« ■' ! \i V    r. '..id    thc    w.»i WÓ' •-•«■n- t . V    opjHisfd    III    M.o-s.a    hU-s»‘tis híi.U'i’ it V»..'    11".^.!! vieti i- .» .N»>;.¡’ht't !l w.it .ometi .'t .ati!t;iing H'ti.e    li'tllluiv    ill    whidl    3.i.»Veiy WoUKI l»c pi.illiiisi Ncvilis s.tai Kl); allam 1 ita'»In Ol-o uP'.to-.txt tile war. lluMigii it w, ' 't.pp< Iteti in lUtinus Nf'.ins -all Lincoln even 'iHMHiiKtHl a iCMzlmiuii in Congress asking Prc-aiellt i*o;.k i sa exactly wiK'it'    in.:    .ngeii    ti”    I - . i.jüf- 1"'.-'    xas    tie- l! Í ■V.o isaaUf li'.tC e; t!pl!lK‘fl ' Mr: Kme:!-- an side,'' ■.'Med idd-.KMi.ii i'orn* I .tm Kditi end «á-i i'izens t){ .Mexico i;-I. 'tiy 'he r>cs( ¡rumui .iiui trie I nite«i Staicf Knd iit.il must »»I thvni utip »it'i t.Ui'i iJk* ti ue » .»uses of IMst ilJoMlCts ii'Mii' iJ tlic Mexican VK.ir, 4-d St .lies    t the iLs- }Hlt«si    iaiu!    well .»X wh.lt Is now \;.'“ha .New KL’X.cu. t at* . Nevada I t.di aiu! a part «.i,i»io Tile Us also }».ii*l M»'\,t»»    14 mOiuHi toi thl;^• areas. idle p; r . -a Vijiiu'! AiU ris 11 ■ ., IV ■ » i nietl’ fu U.'V Hi.t! h.»» t .V.s .1 the I ifoi n. of t I ;