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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 4, 1962, Abilene, Texas tEije Mene J^eporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTL'    i i-ioo 9 'IM » clivs 81ST YEAR, NO. 260 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1962—FIFTY-SIX PAC.£s IN FIVE SECTIONS AsAociatpd Prc$n (/P) Nuclear Test Called Viial % By McNamara WASÍÍINGTOX <AP) - Serrc-tiiry of Defunso Rolierl; S Me* Ñamara said Saturday the Gnited States decided to test again in the atmosphere only after other means of developing nuclear veapon.s were exammtxi a%id found wanting. Roth the Pentagon and the! Atomic Energy Commis.sion made every effort to determine ways of! aceompli.shing the necessary development of nuclear weapons without air tests. McNamara said.j But, he added, since the actiin!. high altitude physical environ-j ment could not tie duplicated in^ underground explosions it was decided there was no alternative to r€»sumc<l atmospheric testing. In his stat<*ment, McNamara, also sought to dispel concern over the radiological fallout that will; ic.siilt from the tests.    ; The scope of the program a.s now plnnncfl. the secretan' said ;“will result in but a small froc jtion of radioactive contributions to the world environment as compared to the recently completed iSiiviet test series." j The amount of radioactivity re-jlea.sed. he ^id, "will be limited I to a minimum and the cumula-' jtive contntiution will be sicnifi-[cantly les than the natural back-i ground radiation within the en-i vironment "    I Pre.sident Kennedy, in annoue-i jine P'ridav night his order to resume testing, said the amount of radiation would N» only atiout 1 per cent of natural radiation. McNamara said the program .scheduled to tiegin laU' next month in the Pacific will    bei By A!,FRKD f. H Ul, j invocation by the mini der who ^^a*!^*’ than the last I S nu-; NEW CONCORD. Ohio ■ APW rnumed him and h-    i!    CC A Dr*H lAk'P Astronaut John H. (tknn Jr sweetheart. Aiic e wsmen de- t    "’*1    t>e    much    reduQf*rt    U    |    y    C    K    J    dCAKVi«ll    LAIvC spent    liUle    more    time    in his    liome    i-ted a    tear    m x. eye.    |n ^rms of    i-^^-- town    Saturday    than    he    did    .n    or-    Again,    after    he had comoletcxl    ^ased compnrH to that of    the| ,a bn* f spee«*h    another (iror    w    Ru -sian test >erics condia ted    tasti fall    j The I’nited States reported the Reds Cry Blackmail To Test Resumption JUNIOR NEWSMAN — Eleven-ycar-old Joseph Becker of Wheeling, W. Va., not only received a special interview with Astronaut John Glenn, but received the hero’s autograph and an astronaut pin Saturday. Joseph is the news editor of the paper at his school— the D. T. Watson Home for Crippled Children in Leetsdale, Pa, lAP Wirephotoj Glenn Sees Old Friends TWISTED TRAIN WREUKAiiE — A twisted section of the engine unit and two cars of the 12-car Northern Pacific Mainliner rest iust feet away from dci i» ice-covered Granite Lake near Athol, Ida., Saturday. The engineer and fireman drowned when the engine plunged into the lake and eight wars left the trawk in a spectacular derailment. lAP Wirephoto) biting the eaith three timc-Biit in 5L nostalgia-filled hours there he got a welcome that surpas-stHi Climax of the b- ’est day m    , In wnrmlh, if nol in number- .ill New foncnrrl h.-lor, v,:,- ih, finne of H nurlrar blasts from his other space flight ovations. l«iblie reception in the Miiskin- the Kniwelok Bikmi area of the The deeply tanned, smiling Glenn gum Colh ge gymmiMum Pl'rhaps Panfic between April 28 and; even had tears in his eyt's s'd a txx HUse he was surrounded by July 2fi 1958.    ,    „    . couple of points during the home-old friends. Col. Glenn aptH'areJ 1 a.sl fail s seru*s of Russian coming celeliration. So did his rclaxc'd He even clowned a bit te:ib numb««red more than 4u byj and was always quick with a quip U a. cf»unl Glenn had little opportunity to the oeeivsion demnndi'd.    In    his    addre.ss, Kennedy said frigHi water foiled skin divers had not yet learned tin» cmuhc of Pd,.! meet and talk with old acquaint H«* i'«‘<*med to enjoy talking with that by confining detonations to ^Iki probed an icc-covered lake    . hu-h also tore out ' ’ ances except from the sp<*akcr’.s oW high school da.ssmatgs who m tions over the oi>en ocean and I    ^hc    bcKlie- ot Ut> ' ei dimiw u, .n aiso lorw uu stand. A luncheon, a parade, a a’' a    the .gymnasium by careful attention to wind and crewmen earruHl to death in the the railroad ■ communieution line ^ ^ ^ few spt*eches, a press conference ^ud chwred "Yea, John”’ from weather "we intend to rule out Derailed Train Carries Two Crewmen to Death Effect of U. S. Plan Uncertain Rv    JOHN    M.    HliilfTOWFR j. rv of "blackmail" was    a linle U XSHlNGTi 'N    \P    (rui>fj-tmnger than    predicted.    It indi- "Itlackmaii from Moscow sul    that    the Soviet propagan- gestfxl Saturda% that Pr*‘Mden' ‘t>''ts judg»*d that Kennedy’s move i Kennvxly h.ul dealt a .e\ere blo\v had put the Awiet Union in i bad to Soviet di<armai!eat propac i:': ,'Pot. da by coupling h- i u- eie>.t' OffuiaE said the neg itive rc-, de<‘ision w ith • ne« bid f-- a pa>' pon--* dfw>i not mean now e*, er. to end all t, .h),-    that Kennedy’*- offer will not get This de\(''nnment c-r>-ag d* ' thorough-going study in the !theoutM*t of on a »rer-t.Wi    Krem'in S«tme oxpert -.aid the perkxi in the 'okj    have    to    remodel have a sh - in* .r' ,n '}.v .p i>PPfua"h to tho Geneva dis-ing of Soviet r ■' ■*    armamant    conterence officials bel-vf But tht r. a t t’ntil a few dav^ .ago it wan sure whut d    e* t '    i    p    le-    exi^dixl    that Kennedy will t:«Ke b    ’ .e    f    u .- i rt.cntv    '>'ould orrler re-arnjc.op of nu- atxHit de • ‘*rnt,.;    i\,".    theteMs in the    tii *.t.:rt!ng im- niKitately in Nevad.a de-.ert Khru>hcl’ev    had huih    up his campaign for    a .summit    session. He w as in a position to go to Geneva or semi FoiTign Minister Andrei Gromyko lo dentvuaee I’S    resumption    of (tmosphenc explosions It was even considered po.ssible though unUkely that he niipht wreck the c ontvrem e at the outset on the gmund that the United States had no S' » ious tn-fereni, otN-rwiae it wuuIU not Reds Might Start New Test Series Bv PRESTON {.ROVER .ATHOL, Idaho vAP—Diesel oil' .Northern Pactim offt -a!- s«iid P • -e ei s V . de -ted any protilem of fallout.’ ^and he was gone The cheers of .in I'Stimatcd 4.5.-    ^lore honors were hearxxl on (too to 50.090 people    jilill    .-.tHWCxl    borne town, rehools to ec'ho against the    hills    of    this    '*»<1    ^Late.    A portion of    l:>:. High- litUe village of 2,127 long after he    betwe    *n Zanesville and! and his family had departed for ^ *'^^bridge, his birthplace has j Washington.    named    the    "John H Glenn Theme was no doubt the astro- \bghway. Gov. Michael \ Di-, naut was d«H*ply inovx-d    by    the    luld    tdenn and    the uudi- brief visit home. Once, during the    . Om" in    the priv.s    conference vi .. '* ,> ^ derailment of a crack Northern Service on the mainline tracks pjt¿;i e I d 1 Í '■ tU'i S{ >K. • u ly hurt w le Ì* ih., non hi n I. ; Commun; :! c a ip. Il    i'-    auia-'d    ■ h..    ...fiiid quartiTs thaï ev-, ‘    - dir* four    to    six \i: t- : 11;.    . ive .j profourvd efteci a.    dc‘- ;    .    .r,g th«- «rour.se of eveni.s to\ .-ni 'mpr-ing P'.ast-W .'st rtlatipos or deep onmg and e'Unding the coid ” st rúgalo \ttent.nn fu< ipes un thrcm- rnee*. wh:ch nUiV bnng v'tally irc. p r. nt dit isions a scssioa of ..ir '    ■.'umnuiîce uf the S-aviet 1    '1 ptrtv    due to    pnen t M. M    '« ** I \ a naeeiirig ot Ai ,    ■    \al .\d    Peoî'tet,    Ce - ' r •    »    p. stpvioed untîl iap-» t*' ¡' r . "ii 1 the IH-nat a f i.: -' m-    ci’ conteiencc to o-p* n u. !    .ev.< March 14 ! ' <H u I 0 fd th< d,' irm< me j iH■    uns the    Westt*'*)    ¿ 1.    ,.osed a    l *s B U    V V    '    n    ,îj minisB I s r k* ’    i.. '    '.:.t    lo    gnps at    ikOCo With tac ' pf'uh    fC    «VI in^    t    i< „ t 't    .    î    V    ,i*    > t h * M V IÍ    î- i.s ti    uî ' fort' il    n t V    V Prcnner K -• jr P' WEATHER j Pacific pvis-.i-aKrr tix.in.    v. .^, exiK-ettHl to be restored h' The divers planned to come midnight ".durday, .said J J. back Sunday lo resume the Si.a.rch Vuge. a.-si.d.iiit NP superintend for engineer .less J, Prudt. na ent at bjxikane .\le;inuh;Uv NP and fi emeu Stephen F. Itcnr; r, tr sin> were cruuted over paiXjliC-l 51 Ixiih of Spokane. W -h.. who t *‘ k „j the Great Northern. Ei id.i.v night ro<le a thre--unit NEWS INDEX SECTION A Book fiowi ........    3 Obituaries ......... 10,    11 Oil nawt    ....    12 SECTION B To Your Good Heofth .... 4 Butineu Outlook ...... S Dyott Pii Page .......    6 Amuscmenri ...... 8, 9 Bridg« ncwi    ....    1 SECTION C Women's new* .. .,,.1-14 Eddoriolt       12 Rodio-TV togs  ........ 13 TV Scout     .13 SECTION D Sports      14 Church news    ......    9 Form news, morkets ..... 10 .that foliowixl the reception, Glenn war asktxi whether he was a Democrat or Rtpublican. "That isn’t even a very direct <luestKin." hi- rtiiid "I'm not regis-teitxi us eitliri une. I vule fur the Ix'st ni.in " Askcrl a; ta the "finest hour" he had expericiKtHl, ho replie<P "I wouldn’t evi'n begin to 1k‘ able to answer that spiM ifically Mav-bt when 1 e-ame through ret*ntry| III tr ,! i. .-; -.1 -.b qve”    ! An tilefin w i-- mtriKluced .it the' rect‘}>: lull Ik' --tiMid bcfoif the nu cn>phui>i N for moment, then took three quick ;;t;=ps lo th«‘ nghl, took hi* Wife by the hand, kxi hei back to the microphones ami kis.st'd her enthusia.stieally.    ' I > 1)1 I'iKrWi Sr us < UMMI KC f HI VTIII K HI HI VI <We*lhrr Mnp I’a««* t»-VI AHll.KNK AM» Vlt’lMTV ■ Railms «•    '    ,    ,    ,    ,    ,    , Mil.- Clt III <rtly i . tillmn*! illese. Ulto tiraiUte L.ike .iixtU! ► • i. iliT SuMili P .rO> U)., 5;. .snd ion n»iut-d .    III MoiiU.'» Hi -h    (If,.!.- ti.    milc.s    l Olth    Of    ( O-Uf '    V) 11 , U-w -lumL.y »• iht ii .w K:    h,¿h    ,e. ;a‘hci - had d.tfi NORTH CKMKM TFXVS F • I r iTill tmu - «'mmillg in 'be detj Sunda> thr.uuh V m.l. v ' ..iri,. -u"tla>    ,    ...    .1 and '.u.vl.u nu .S; lli.;h    41    W.ilCfS. -TÌvhIc dül k OV the OH. NuHlHVM-siT I>\e    r-.ii    sumla>    ,    ,    -, lhnii;:'h    M<.indii> C-.-'rtrr    ■ i,;and    The    ellLOie    [XlWiM'Su    tlU'    .Nuiln auuth piiiuiin Scndav lü-îhl V ljU'= w-rm ,    ,    .    .    ,    .    1    ,,,    , •r vu-hi    M(iiiiij*y ifuj-ioon    H- 'ii    sund.-;-,    (    Limited,    txiund    tium V ni to Si.iltle and !’.»it!..nd Gvuiiier Brtute, 7    •    N" hoy wno w-:-    ti'iv : Mioqu - W. -fit her, itfeii    vm * unt    H    n    Mf Bt.    w - le t ‘"0 L ■:    .    .    r    -    I n A f lai i He !. lvhi*v î>'idrnÿ -uu-mit mu--!rog u f.t! iO' d Í" the fi.ieiim P'l’i -u;:rus;d. -dv !s known fu h.ac puiitic.n id dm .md r I'-ijih.,- tiiesi U'l , Î"' n; ' ■ I t lb-on hi ,Vi \! ;>! S<w u‘l ■-    " Kunn iv -t • ' ed V\ t ,ti - Cn.<i    ,,    , int cri'i' It ii, ■ Soviet *ep'y to »hr P ol r tf-î .0! iti ft .i li* '    ‘ T le oi:i: -d -iRh i-gl ' ‘V , - f f .1 T - Du riiu.’ fcne -n F’cs '    ‘ It--'    ->i'i    * h fiT* 'wro.tch-i !y one crq wdl b;.:^>»s. .-OI'I ‘-V lu W II ri !* Injured Removed From Schoolhouse SOI THWrsT TI- \ V U) i    Ihl-,“-"    >u.    ... V ‘a>    <    V1«ind.    v    M    ' tS 7« It Vll't K V II Kl S sat a-ni JUNÎ i.iumiN aw.-e> M'HDL. Rtaho ' d”—I heie w.tsl wriMi It ran ,j„ hurry, no conta ‘on as the in- t‘ ure<l 47 41 -18 47 47 ■U 41. U. d i.fd 1 I mt 1 m 67 6} hCsel -h :ir-d ,|b. w "h I f IlifA If.I I..M . hi ' .f dae Miah y III Uiuh «I ilUl In■-.! (I¡IIhi 7 iKi. -,uiis,;t if.nijihi    1 ‘6 iiiii'-i»*» rfAiUiu At 9 pin Muiiiulilv ut 9 p “f IS iM*r U..;tly    lUdv    t- --0'.O ^ 0,’“    which W .lN ' "^from    a    high    tre;dU at pm    off    the    tracks    on    ■    cinve. (    ,irs    j,led from the    little    \tlx>l    stiong Íí!    were turnbUxl    íú-out    on    the    deep.    -,^hi>oihouse    to    the big    buses    i    trrv: ,nuw-covcr    d    hill    k-.tdiag    to    the    -i    ho{H‘    I    c.in íuhí    m\    suit-    Pruitt Í.} ol tin    ’ % i it R    siioit    dnkh.nred    R< nin-r fl    bu I a *!    e\    • When    ue !ipi»ed    over.    Ik.v.n the en. *0 weie admit uverythinc went sailing ’    ;    :*«i|f<d    and    ih liUt onlv two    ^¡îh    (he boy,' ♦*ss .sin st! Ug ■dtiui « ■Î Yr.ir l.ik«- -tiUi at least p.!--a-n'-'I ■' 'C'gUll' amui.tliuii .\bout . tml fur trc.iimct.', were -.un-ide:ed -.cinously hurt Vj rn.,n m a wch' Ut liu a; ‘1 don't kr-w whs tmve aren’t to’d ,1 young mother .s -»h -1 iW. V t n >0 > t ..mi tr' t lllCt a . Stc! -lU J DUTY STATUS QUESTIONED 'Eat Out' Strike Started By New Ham pshire Guard un' ipas eiu;ers dead. ’ siiul an kkilH».gle<i to cany her son through the Wt* H { X-.;tate ir.d.-i'eiu.iu    ifoot deep sium.    svhy îhusc fwa tan * Another tliit'e >ci and- and    the' The    man picked up    the latl and    the    e    e.    i    '    into    »ht 'tram would have In-en on    the sa*d    ’ We’re lucky,    you know    st(i|.;.#a    t'w-    (nu he trestle,’’ aaitl a r uîmkuI worker that, mister’’"    the i !;:t said ./Ut at the si-ene "Theii ilnre would There was no answer from «he - -      • really have Iwcn    a ti.iJ;tly.    iHiy.    He just put bus    head do-wn The caas shuddciaxl    anii on a    ready shoulder    and rlustvl groaned .is Ihi train leli the Irai ks. his eyes as they got    on the bus about lU :ki p ir.- Pas'-eiigris Here Most of the 100 passeug. rsj thrown ilxiut as -same of Uie carsiaboiird the wesllxtund NuiIIh iu 'tumbled    I’acdic    Nortb    t'otist Lumied were "We starttH! to lurch and then elosing then eyes for a night s iu:d started to go down and over." sleep at 10 Ikt Friday night, said Milton Brown.    Miiin«si|Xihsd .Some h.wl ridden    through tlw Til» tr.un started lo sway from j snow swept border country from FT    BHAtiG,    N C. < AID—Soitu*! yuiu.    however,    the    nunilMT in-|    ignoring tlie picketing,    Init then    -.ide to side anu xhake." s.uU    Bill'( hicago    into    the mouni.uns of fnlistixl men of    a New Hampshire!ctea.M'd thi.s morning, compansl    is nothing wc    can do    It ie    then    M. iceili. S(H»kane,    'Montana    7md    Idaho.    They were National Guard unit were reported witti Friday    |    right    as    Americans to picket i seat rit^í'-ínl loo;-r and imh^iíc winding down through the m<»un Saturday to have startHl a "him i t'ol W’hiting said siane mem-iThe siHikesm.m additl, "1 don’t    -nied to tly through the au tains — headmn into the Sjxsk.oh ger strike" in hor»es of leaniinu l»ers of the 4th Howitzer Battalion,) know what they hope to aihieve    vihich    way srod Jooiine, Valley for Stxikane, Se.iUk* and wÍM>n    they’ll lx‘rclea.atHÍ from at- 1971b    Artillery,    New    Hampshire'iKweas can’t    do anything"    vhneidof, W’lmUim,    Minn,    and Portland live duty.    National Guard, had inionru'd In \Li.shington. a Ptnt igon j.^i,/^,lH*ih Fellin.e Wayala, Mmn The weatfxr was c(»ld. ir> dt" However, they ap|Kuently are. new.spafHus m New Hampshire| sjiokesmaii said an investigation    ^creaming every- grech l'heiv was heavy snow on merely eating at irfaces other than that they tiad gone on u hungerjwas U*iiig m.ide of the Ft    Bragg -,4}H‘ie ”    the    pme> along itw    NP right (it their mess hall.    )strike.    situation.    The-sisikesimin said the j^t-semr* had a difficult time way as tfie limited N(» 25 rounded The number of men Involved! He said the men had Ihhui lokFdate ot the unit s ieleas*= has not    .¡,uie    per .on- fmm the a sweeping l ui ve. jMst the neat, was not knovin The ti(H»t>s are that any information alxiut the! lM*en determiiwxl    |t-Hrs. which were overturned and white tuvuie oi section foreman GiUy la.st Ttmrsday, Strretary    angles Pa -seiigers Wooilrow Streeter and opproached of Uu* Army Llvis . Blahr Jr,    ,»1 told a .^mate cmrnnmiH* n,i <k.-i-    Xa-    (oaiuie Treble is a ’JM) . fmg sionbod U‘enmade on^    latK'l    high bridge, .drclehing some 400 lelease of nt ar y IJti.Wiil Natioiu , hiuiH's' from gruleful tel jt-et across Granite l..ike, ne t-ov- laiidwi his Gimrclsnien and l e^rvists    pp^ie r s ^^    ^    Mr    and    Mrs Bert S cold aiul deep tor swimming in    « the first del tie    vi!d throriguril ului wa-    *<‘>'^*’'’haum di.siii ohI ttv praise    the sumiiUi not    go.«! for tish    P-aie to Hho Ito hold the mcn not lH**yoi«l y    with a :4ateniem that all llu^v did    mg ’ w,,s    how    a    liammaii de    liona isi t luiu *^ The women said they want their; year    Stahi also said that iM'foie Y' *^ >*’veral {XH»ple out ot a    scnlu'd it    -h a so lou • e can tie etíectisl. more    »«Ppled coach and bandage them Some toO    bx't    Irom the trestle,    tor he not oie> ■ . 0( ut .-«ivcî 15-'- t s ‘ t > Or . > Kt t. ' . *l -.1 V • . ■-'1? - i.iru n* ■ F* • *he m v essii N eu? 1 , : - • V. 1 ,*• .1*1* fé- : •« L.es p.i '•’■■iif’.. 1 ru i te nn in \{ ! L uu- ; :.MJ Ml.ie-, A !uUi i_ ..nit 1 i!:i- Ì- a « tp n, 1 ; bc tb: a f H iiM y î=' I‘! litis 'eh tn\! :lis hCIil- 10 a ¡SkÍIíJ* • ; h.m ' ,'sj Ker'.n*x:y ;iid not ht i ‘ ' '1.1.- s d-.'c!ar«id; î H' ‘i'.jt.V tu Knaw la:,: se.N ihv Ki(C(;.;-v --I- Viet ‘ 1.Ì-.11 '-■'i-- ’ . r sVoieni O. G ‘ • ■ \i f 1. • •. ;>1- _ - lioi' j.tuix a h- ihe ’ o.ted ' ' .'•1 î it ' i ' !i'. a.' ta‘.:'J'i*ely - î. ' ! h ' : . . F t'-' ■■ ; l,f'. u i b; 1' a t ’0 t . '■ 1... I ■ bv u (t .Uti-..-î. fa --î.ai fib- h ' . Í ‘ • !. t , iri , “ i' h. Je.-' J'«» F I (!t- ri.'i'! «.,i> l lll’f-i . ■( (U«'i*‘d Wi t the '■s' • - ‘ -h, -, ,-rv - .R>, - ' 1 • >(v ! .il . . - ' t II,..! .-1;. lies. *f ? •* espen - 1 n , ,>'* 0 .. •,< , . ,1 -i Vv t- K t - 1 'Cf-nt !i . 1- , : 1, * s! Pi i ., . . 1 .. { > ' ( c 's.!\ ’:■? l liiîtï; \* ill t ’ ’ . ' î - •• t Î n ' M ’ ‘ r ■ ' vA Il * n . * l.e-" t..i l, -c.’ a p- t'-i - . : c < lii st th-? ? îl • t -t’ ' t\ -1 ‘. ’ i ,« 1 ... - i : . ( V , • .1' . ment .ne .1 ' * <tc- ircï 'ts VA ?t. 1! ' i ■ Lt '* f 1 l ‘ •( .. ib* ' t7 Aîb, Uie ‘ p- ' ,1': lis l! i / i" lun ’’ HE'LL GET $35,000 Defecting Airman Lands Plane Safely in Formosa not riTjuired to eat in the hall, ami nu count UxKse who dq, me.sK date ot their relea.si* would have is mmie of ¡to lome from sources higher than i Fi Bragg Maj. Gen. Francis H McSwiney, New Hampshire adjutant general, «»aid a teleplMine call to Ft Bragg coiicinetxl him only a minority of men were involved and that the "whole thing will sm»n blow over. ’ He snid the qx n apparently were] reservists eating at the PX and elst*where. Pol. Buger Whiling, public in | husbands either releasixi from ac Col, Whiting said no disciplinary action is planiuxl At Ft. 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