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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1962, Abilene, Texas 331 WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 8lST YEAR, NO. 338 ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 21, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Preu (f) Astronauts Upset With NASA Chief HOUSTON ma_ rines were killed last Tuesday in clash near Fakfak after hun- dreds of Indonesian paratropers story was denied by G. W. J. Van Dyk, chief of the Netherlands De- fense Ministry's information de- had been the Indo- lesians began dropping para- troops into West three weeks ago. Antara said the marines, fresh- was reuse. Antara sa e marnes, res-a The li He is here on a Soviet passport ly arrivod from Hollandia, had D. DyessAF B. IheU -rr r__, Darents ale Mr. and ftir ,'hich, he said, is for an indefinite eriod. Webster must seek Ameri- an citizenship in the same man- ler as foreign-born immigrants. been ;roup ugged jungles. Dies as Carr stationed in Germany, ready to meet force Maj. and Mrs. Smith adopted vith force it the Dutch want to Rocky (in and Jo.m (in settle the pute by arms. Venaneio F. Pens Jr., 23, of 918 Victoria St., was killed in- lantly about p.m. Sunday vhcn his sedan orashed with a big ractor truck aboul eight miles south of Abilene on U. S. 84. Highway Patrol officers were unable lo theorize how Ihe acci- lent occurred pending completion it their investigalion. The car, a 1955 Pontiae, was ammed under the wheels of the railer of the truck, officers said, 'assersby to pry away twist- ed .metal to free the man's body. Driver of the truck, Joel Tilman Thompson, 1325 Elm St., was not njured. Mr. Pena was returning from Vinters where he had been visit- ng relatives. He had lived in Abilene 2V4 years. Born in Sonora June 1, 1938, he married Consuclo Martinez in Win ers Oct. 5, 1956. Funeral arrangements are pond tig at Elliott's Funeral Home. The >ody will lie in state in the home if his parents, 3918 Victoria St Surviving are his wife; three sons, Alex, Aloiwo and Abrnn and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bei Pcna. off from their President Sukarno told cheering it sounds. :rowds in Jakarta Sunday nigh JOHN SMITH, 4; ILENE ROCKY SMITH, 9 naturalized Monday; could have been brothers, sister Almost-Kinfolk Become Citizens Three of the seven children who became naturalized American cit- zens Monday in U. S. District Court came quite close to becom- ng brother and sister. All three are formerly of Ger- Guinea man citizenship and are adopted. Mrs. Irene Cornick, recreation su- pervisor at Rhein Main Air Base in Germany, wanted to adopt the same little girl by proxy for her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Acker. In February of 1959, Mrs. Cor- nick brought her new niece (now I.'ene Acker, 2Vi) to the "United nan A, cut o rom er main Brents are Mr. and Mrs. and driven back into the Acker of Breckenndge. It's not quite as complicated as States. But in October of year Mrs. Acker died. that 11 11 ic w j West New Guinea dis- They considered adopting a daughter also, but didn't when On April 13, 19B2, Lamar Acker, an engineer supervising construc- tion of Hubbard Creek dam near Brcckenridge, married his wid- owed sister-in-law, Mrs. Cornick. So Monday in federal court, ilrs. Acker (the former Mrs. Cor Employment Jumps, Increase Indicated Receding unemployment and a surge in employment brightened the April report of the Texas Em- ployment Commission on the Abilene area labor market. The TEC bulletin predicted that by mid June, the area's employ- nent will rise to with most of the gain coming in the agricul- tural work force. April employ- ncn.t was estimated at an ncrease of 120 from March and up from April of I960.____ U.S. Grand Jury Meets Eighteen federal grand jurors began hearing witnesses Monday morning as the second week of 0. S. District Court began here. U s. Disl. Ally. Barefoot Sand- ers of Dallas said he expected the grand jury session lo last a 11 Big Spring Man Killed by Car MJBBOCK Mole, M, of liif! Spring, was killed by n cnr here Sunday night. Of- ficers said he stopped out of Uibhock drive-in into the path ot the car, Those empaneled were Marcel lo Agiicro mid Willis L. Alcxan der of Abilene, Desmond T. Du laney of Haskell, Mrs. D e 1 o n Fishci of Abilene, Mrs. Elizabetl Fletcher of Abilene, Carl W, Fo Bio of Ovnlo, Clifton N. Head o' Abilene, Ira T. Hester ot Haskell Francis C. Kirby Jr. of Abilene John A, Ixinch of Rotan, Clifton gee JURY, PK. Col, 1 The estimate of April unem- Joymcnt was five per cent f the local labor fore.'. This com- jares with persons unem- iloyed in March, or 5.5 per cent of the labor force. Faclors in the decline of unem- loyment were the outmigration if workers who moved to this ocality to work on Atlas missile nstallalions plus expanded job >pporlunities, TEC explained. The local TEC office placed 885 applicants in nonfarm jobs during April. Additional workers can now >e placed by the TEC office in obs as medical technologist, re- rigeration mechanic, map drafts- man, cement finishers and greens- ;ecper. Wilh Ihe closing of schools for summer, the usual influx of high school and college students along with additional cuts in aircraft parts'and missile construe- ion payrolls will boost the num- ber ot job seekers by mid-June. Bulk of Ihe anticipated increase y mid June will come in agri- cultural employment with govern ment employment and "olhei nonmanufacturing" the- only othei categories expected to gain. An Increase of too is due in govern ment, 20 in "other nonrriBnutacuir and In agricultural Manufacturing Is e x p c c t e d to drop about 20, 70 In construction and 25 in trades. Abilene labor market covora by the report covers employmcn trends wwS outlook in Taylor mi Jones Counties. le I; ene was her white teddy ear. Also present Monday was the mith family. Asked if he had been a Ger- man cilizen. Rocky, now 9, re- lied quite firmly, "No, I'm an American now." Little brother ohn, 4, seemed in total agree- ment. Maj. Smith commands the 199th Communications Squadron at Dyess, 31 Become Americans Twenty-four adults and seven children, former citizens of eight foreign countries, traded their alien registration cards in on U. S. citizenship papers Monday. The 30-minute ceremony took, place in U. S. District Court. Nationalities represented were German, Japanese, Argentine, Cu- ban, Dutch, Canadian, English and Mexican. Edmund C. Yates, president of; the Taylor County Bar Assn., told the 31 new citizens, "In a way, this constitutes a new birthday for you, on which you can look back with pride in the years to come." Federal Judge Leo Brewster. of Vila. iiVKCl IAJI niti .......j. r cucl "1 tluUgU UVU -ut. her husband (who formerly Worth urged the group to vas her brother-in-law) and their your best as new citizens." aughter (who formerly was her icce) appeared for the child's Mr. and Mrs. David F. D'Amico of 1534 Shelton St., Abilene, re- laturalization. Accompanying lit- marked afte.' the ceremony that "for the past five years we have been received the privilege of residents. Now we will be abla also to assume some of the respon- sibilities, such as voting." U.S. Hopes SEATO Will Send Other Troops lo Thailand BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) The United Stales held out hopes oday other Southeast Asia Treaty Organization powers would send forces to Thailand but Thai offi- cials were reported satisfied American support is enough lo ward oft any Communist incur- sions from neighboring Laos. NEWS INDEX SECTION A. To Your Good Health Bridgi Sparti AmuMmtnti SECTION I Editariili TV Adults bcame citizens were Mr. and Mrs. D'Amico, Ar- gentina; Mrs. Hildegard Swanson, Big Spring, Canada; Mrs. Dawn Gloria Kelly, 899 N. San.Jose Dr., Canada; Mrs. Jean Ellen Cleve- land, Browmyood, England; Mrs.' Doris Hilda Spruell, Alison, Eng- land; David Navarro, Big.Spring, Cuba; Peter Wolfgang Ley, Big Spring, Germany; Henricus Jose- phus Fakkeldij 1328 S. llth SU Ihe Netherlands, Mis Dit- trich Hatheway, 1934 Btl Air Dr Germany; Mrs Helga Adele Max- well, 140 Pennsylvania teelis> Germany; Mrs Geida lersview, Geimany Mrs. Guadalupe Montoya Beici, Colorado City; Maria Melquiades 7 Monoz, Colorado City; Rafael Ar- ismendcz Quintamlla, Rotan, Mis. Lconor Ordaz Oman, Merkel, Mr. and Mrs. Pedro I, 3alvnn, Ros, coe; Mrs. Conecpcion Carillo, Big Spring; Rar-i Ornelas Alvarez, 303 Bois D'A c, Abilene; Oscar Galindo, Big Spring; Jose Reyes Rodriguez, Eastland; Francisco Lujan Flores, Big Spring; Encrtr- nacion Angeles, Stamford, all of, Mexico. i children naturalized were lletit Acker, 214, of Brcckenridge, rhany; Hoc Anthony Smith, John Morton Snlilh, 4, of 211 as Dr., Dycss AFB, Kelly Gerrmrd Kryshak; gelo, Germany; Maria Standish, Big Spriwt, (Scrmunj; Gary Laync Adams, EaMlMw, Germany; Kenneth Kiyokwi Wfr ;