The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 26, 1961 · Page 1
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Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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The Baytown Sun Invltw O. O 1'UKSWELL 1508 N. Seventh to the Brunson Theater to aw TOMBOY AND THE CHAMP 1 lis coupon is good for two tickets when ' presented at the Brunsoii box office. IAY-TEX—TVt GoMm Cirtlt of SmiHrat T«MT 1.42, NO. 133 BAYTOWN, TEXAS Thursday, January 26, 1961 TELEPHONE NUMBER: JU 2-1302 By* C«it> f* ELEASED U. S. FLIERS DUE HOME FRIDAY Sun Spots Baytonian Injured JOE HANEY of 508 Homan, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Haney of 221 Stimpson and son-in law of V. K. Davis of 601 E. Alford, suffered minor injuries in a Wednes- da\ night automobile accident nen U'aco. Haney is expected to return to Baytown. THE CUB Scout and Boy Scout roundtahlcs scheduled for Thursday night have been cancelled, according to John Kewley, district scout executive. The next roundtable will bo held Feb. 10 at the Community House. Units can get program quarterlies and Cub Rally Day information from the district executive. Meet Postponed NAVY MOTHERS Club have postponed their meeting Thursday night to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. 0. K. Towler, 120 Graham. The meeting change was announced by Mrs. Towler, commander. Voters League TUP" NIGHT Unit of thc League of Women Voters in Baylown will Elks Set Dance ELKS LODGE will hold a dance beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday at Elk's Hall on Market St. with Bennie Berg's band. Finishes Course AIRMAN SANDRA Erdefly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erderly of 12 E. James, has completed her initial course in Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base and will attend a technical training course for Administrative Clerks at Amarillo. Rre Put Out BAYTOWN FIRE Department put out a small fire at Wright Packing Co. on Garth Road caused by a hot water heater gas line leak at 9:32 p.m. Wednesday, Fire Chief A. H. (Art) Lintelman said. Damages were estimated at less meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Clinton Horton, /i| | n 711 W. Lobit. Discussion learns 7* '" Crosby Man Dies FRANK- KOMINEK, Rt. 1, Crosby, died about 11 p.m. Wednesday in a Baytown hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Paul U. Le Funeral Home. will bo Mrs. Frank Frederich and Mrs. Dan Teter. Street Repairs DKI-'EK WILL he reopened Thurs. . I|rlIIV day after Southern Pacific Rail-1 !,"]fS7 RobertT Lee High School road workmen have completed ro- g ,, lfhwt( , and 1959 Lee College ARMY PVT. Jerome R. Schwen- rieman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Schwendeman of 331 -Holly Drive, is a member of 1'lth Armored Cavalry Regiment in Germany. The 21-year-old soldier is building the railroad crossing at the intersection. W. M. Knowlos. Buytown stationmaster, said. Other crossinus are under consideration but bad weather may delay work, he said. Camera Club BAYTOWN Camera Club will meet at S p.m. Friday at the Community House. Bill Crawford of Crawford rtudios in La Porte will speak on underwater photography, using slides to illustrate his comments. Equipment will also be shown. Sam Houston 'GracT AUBREY C. SANDEKER, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sandefer, 603 S Main, is a mid-term graduate of Sam Houston State Teachers College in Huntsville. His degree is in business administration. Teens To Meet BAYTOWN teen-agers interested in working in the Teens Against Polio bucket brigade and other events Saturday will meet at A p.m. Friday at the Chamber of Commerce building. Ch.irlos Dippel. TAPS chairman, urged those interested in working Saturday to attend. -*. COLD graduate, Basic Trainee ARMY PVT. Gene J. Bevpl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bevel of 1705 Olive, is receiving eight weeks advanced individual training at the Artillery an d Missile Center at Fort Sill. Okla. Late News ARGENTIA, XfW. (AP) — A U.S. military plane with 28 persons on Iward *vas believed down in the Atlantic today off the southeast coast of Newfoundland. A report relayed by the U.S. Coast Guard said a U.S. Navv A LOOK AT STADIUM BAYTOWX GOT A look at a model of tho proposed S22 Million Harris County sports stadium Wednesday when Jack Vnlenti, crn- ter, partner in the Houston Public relations firm of Weekly and Valenti, spoke to Rotar- ians about the project. Baytown Mayor R. H. Pniett, chairman of the Baytown stadium committee, is oru the left and Lowell Lammers. Rotary president, at risht. (Story on Page 9). (Baytown Photos) Other Support Mounts — CC Backing Stadium Bonds By BLUE BEATHASD county wjlL help Baytown. "The The Board of Directors of the|Stadium will help." he added fiytown Chamber of Commerce; "I think it would be one of Baytown has added its endorsement to the Stadium Bond Issue to be submitted to Harris County voters next Tuesday. the greatest things to happen to the Gulf Coast area," said Norman Margrave of Robson Jewelry- "J' m 1 really for it all the way." Other individual Baytown busi- W. T. Busch. president of First nessmen have made statements! National Bank, said he plans to ('LOl'OV and continued cold throned Friday with temperatures slightly warmer. Freeze predicted tonlRlit. Friday's Tides GALVESTON TIDES Friday will be high at 7:4.'> a.m. and 9:28 p.m. and low at 3:36. supporting the bond issue, as well as two more city councLlmen. President Robert L. Gillette ordered the Chamber of Commerce vote by telephone because the reported seeing an explo- j board will not meet again until sion 2H miles south of hero short- [after the election. He said lie felt ly before the mlsfting plane WHS jthe magnitude of the project for due K> arrive at RMS a.m. [the county as a whole demanded Canadian senrcJi and rescue Isomp e.Npression from directors hcadqnortcrs nt Torhay. Xflil., jof the chamber. said they Ix-lieve tho explosion : Gillette also said that reports i from counties which have ro- jcoivcd major league franchise show tremendous impact on all forms of business in the county from the increase in travo!. In this action, the Baytown Chamber of Commerce joins the Houston Chamber of Commerce ;•"! inmonr-s other organizations in commending the bond issue to the voters as a forward stop in business, sports and other en- li 1 •t.-'inment. as well as in obtaining a structure of world-wide acclaim for tho county. Adding their names to the list was niorc likely a flare. **+*****• *~^***++ REL Bands' Concert Set For Feb. 7 The second annual mid-winter concert of the Robert E. Leo High School concert band ami the sophomore band will bo held vote for the bonds, but believes tile proposed contract with the Houston Sports Association should be published prior to the election to clear up any doubts the people might have.' A. C. Kraft, president of Harris County Federal Savings and Loan Association, also said he will vote lor the bonds. A pubic rally to gain support for the stadium will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Crystal Ballroom of the Rice Hotel. At 0:30 p.m.. a 30-minute portion will son _ aRe an rj hometown unknown. be televised on Channels 2 and 13 as questions and answers about the bond issue are presented. BULLETINS Steam, escaping from a classroom radiator and drifting through an outside hallway, prompted Baytown Kli'nientary School Principal L. E. Pennington sit 11:10 a.m. to cull llio , . , . ,. , . .. . Baytown Fire Department and !lhullt whu ' h I™ 11 }ax receipt is Texas Reels Under Blast Of Ice Storm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A bitter, treacnerous ice storm that has taken at least 11 lives spread across East, South Central and Southwest Texas Thursday. In its wake across the northern half of the state were damaged power lines, snarled traffic, glazed highways and streets and numerous schools dosed. Search continued in the San Marcos area for Bobbie Jack McMullin, 14, missing since Tuesday. The mercury dropped to 10 degrees at Amarillo Thursday mom- ing. Freezing temperatures were reported as far south as Beaumont, Galveston, San Antonio and Junction. The highest minimum overnight was 38 at Brownsville. The sun broke out in the northernmost part of the state shortly before dawn and the Weather Bureau said that section could 1 expect slightly warmer temperatures during .the day. But for most of the state the forecast was for continued cold through Friday. The sheath of ice and sleet cov- vered much of Texas Wednesday night, hindering airplane, automobile and bus travel. Highways, although open, promised treacherous driving to all motorists as 'state highway aorkers toiled with sanding and salting the worst sections. Sleet, freezing rain and some snow, all of which fell largely in the northern portion of the state Tuesday, moved on to Central Texas Wednesday. It pushed ahead to the Port Arthur-Beau mont area in far Southeast Texas and to Victoria to the west. In portions where the icy storm began to break bitter cold hung on and temperatures in many areas dipped near freezing. An intensive search was launched by tjayes County and San Marcos officials for 14-year- old Bobbie Jack McMullin. missing from his home since Tuesday afternoon. Two young women died late Wednesday night when their car smashed into an ice-laden pine FEUD VICTIM RELATIVES run toward the body of M-year-old Paolo Rlc- cobono, ninth victim of a 10-year feud between the Kiccobono and Crocolico families in Palermo, Italy. The boy was shot near the spot where his father met a similar death three years ajco. Men Held 7 Months In Russia WASHINGTON American fliers released from Soviet custody are expected to reacf Washington Friday afternoon. President Kennedy will meet them on their arrival at Andrew* Air Force Base. The fliers, wbtte freedom tram seven months of Soviet detentirar was announced so dramatically by Kennedy at a televised news conference Wednesday night, had originally been expected to get to Washington this afternoon. But the White House announced today that the two men-Caps. Freeman B. Olmstead and John R. McKone-will spend the right at Goose Bay, Labrador, when they arrived this morning, instead of flying on to Washington, and into a predicted snow storm. Pierre Salinger, White House press secretary, said McKone and Olmstead landed at Goose Bay at 8:35 a.m, EST. , Present pro«p*et« are that they will land at nearby Andrew! Air Force Base some time afternoon Friday. Wives of the two men were at Andrews .around noon today from Topeka. Kan., the home of McKone. They will remain at the air bast tonight .; Salinger said an Air Force physician accompanied the wives oti their flight in an Air Force plane. City Shivers, Slides In Winter Wonderland Baytown Wednesday afternoor | way Department, however, was became a winter wonderland of I notified Wednesday night that the Shimmering .beauty as an ice overpass on Spur" 201 was "iced storm enveloping the entire state over " A crew Was sent to rc-Sevc Wdte in. on a "blue norths." the condition and the bridge- was The official low temperature i n j nt * closed to traffic. the Baytown area Thursday morn-; construction was slowed, smasneu imu an ii:u-iaucii ijnic ,-.,*- , . tree that fell across the highway I Houston where 31 was recorded at -. , ing was one degree lower than thel but not stopped, by the storm, ac- U.S. Weather Bureau had pre-l cordin £ to Public Works Director dieted — 29. It was not as cold in| c - w - Grantham. He said 1 he had near Deweyville in Southeast Te.v The women were tentatively identified as Marie Wilson, 29. Starks. La., and Ruby Lee John- The car had Louisiana license plates. At least five bus accidents, four Mrs. Harry Stefani of Baytown. | involving school \-ehicles. have who has been issuing poll tax been attributed to the weather^ al receipts and exemptions to Bay- " ' " '" J ton'n area voters, said Thursday that many people are confused evacuate the buildings. I necessary to vote in the Jan. 31 Two"firo"r n ;eks'ansVver,-d the I election.'bast year's poll tax recall and the hiilldhi K was evac- I^'P* «. thc , one " nhl < -h must . ^ .mted. There was no fire or used sineo the poll tax n-CPip s damagr, Fire Chief A. II. (Art) Lintclman said. Classes luici resumed by 11:30 a.m., Pennington said. Harris Countv Commissioners ;now being issued do not go into effect until Feb. 1. Anyone who has thrown away or lost his last M-:U-'S receipt may still vote Jan. 31 by signing a form at tho polls indicating such. Another source of confusion has been the question of what hap- Court Thnrwlay morning K av«- j pcnod to the 520 million approved i llui State Highway Department an order to make final rlRht-of- , (h vo!ors j,, thp to build st adium Tliese bonds ha\-r ,__._,.,, •- um- Mtmium. i. «-;«.- .~uuo ...... e sopho- ° r Baytown City Council mem- way appraisals in hardship eases ] m( hepn so)d aM( , wil , not b(1 at T:^)! 1 "' 1 ^ xvll ° will vote for tho $22 mil- on lli<> |)roposod Spur :WO (I)eok- ; UK( , d jf lnp ' now i wnc } i ssuo j s at) . p.m. Tuosdriy. Feb. 7. in the RELJ'ion bond issue are Kenneth Bad- cr Drive) loop ami Spur 201 ev- roved T , M , ncu . me ,i KK | O f (j- audilorium. Charles E. Korque, di-l^'t •'tid Hoy Hughes. They could i tniMon improvomcnls, County | ian ,. in g tax-backed bonds will i-ector announcwl Friday. | not b e reached Wfore press time foninnssionor V. V. Ramsey of ! ( , t| , intnv ^ rost on ,h,- stadium Tliere is no admission charg ' " >> ^'-dm-sday when the other four cmbc-rs a said thcv would sup- attended. i Hu( , hf , s add(ld ^ h( , holjovos ., Tlio mam feature of the concert.;^ •-.-, healthy tiling for Harris i Forquo sairi. will l)o the 1 complete Countv " i perform a HOP of tho original score j H;n .;. y y_ Masscy. district man- |nf "Rhapsody in Blue" by Goorno;.,^,. ' of Houston Natural Gas IGorshwui. Hano soloist for tho:o>rp. in Raytown. said Thursday Thonvis M. Slnno. !)„, (|,i n ks llV nru bond \-olr is | pin though no injuries were reported. Precinct 8 announced at noon. jby $414,000 a year, it has lieen 'pointed out. Daniel Expected To Present Tax Plan Next Week AUSTIN' (API— Most of Gov. Price Daniel's legislative program was in the hands of the legislature today. His tax program, however, probably will not be introduced until next wok. Those close to tho governor said ho was biding his time on placing his tax program t>ofore tho lawmakers. Tlie governor was reported waiting until the House Tax and Revenue Committee is organ- ivVediiesdav nil-lit at 6 a.m. More of the same frigid weather is in store for Baytown Thursday night, and the weatherman warns that exposed water pipes and tender vegetation should be protected. Low predicted for Friday morning is 32. Fortunately, thc frozen rain stopped falling an estimated two hours short of reaching the dan- not received any reports that streets or bridges in the city we* made impassable or dangerooi to travel because of icf. There very little if any kc on streets Thursday morning, .hot .. sagged under its, weight There were some reports of broken limbs in several sections of In*. city. The last ice storm in Baytown inflicted heavy damage to power lines and trees. It was in 1S60. JFK Tells Release Of Red-Held Fliers WASHINGTON (API — President Kennedy announced with dramatic impact Wednesday night that ger mark as far as electric power |° '^ ; ! c enesay nig a and telephone lines were con- tho Sw'rt Lnwn has freed two cerned ' ' crewmen of a L'.S. reconnaissance plane thc Soviets shot down over E. C (Jack) Kimmons man-| Alx . li( . w .,, ers , ast Ju|v ager of Houston Lighting and Power Co.'s Bavlown office, said only one power disruption was reported- during thc storm — in Crosby, where a line had come loose at .1 circuit junction. He said he could not say ice caused the line to fall, that this sometimes happens in fair weather. Kenneth Dismang. manager of General Telephone's Baytown o fice. said no phonos wore reported out in Baytown because of storm damage, but that a lino extending about a block collapsed under llu weight of ico on Tri-City Beach Road, putting several phones out of order. A power failure Kennedy calmly made thc electrifying disclosure at his first news conference as President. He also announced he was continuing thr> ban on U.S. espionage I flights over Soviet territory. Kennedy hailed release of the airmen as amounting to removal of "a serious obstacle to improvement of Soviet-American relations." The Soviet government called it a reflection of a serious desire to opi'n a new, stage in relations — gravely strained since last spring— between the two powers. said in response to questions that this country nindc- izod. Two Councilmen Will Advise Library Board Among major items in Daniel's Roa, Churoh on Cedar Bayou - Crosby a revival was in pre program now before the lfKisla- gr(?ss _ \y. j. }iarris. Tommy Smith turc arc these, most of which land Kenneth Pounds p'rwidod prohably receive early considera-1 kerosene lamps and thc worship- tion by legislative oommitees: | ors hold an "old-time religion An increase in tho maximum'service-" by lamplight. Freeman B. Olmstead of Elmira. N.V.. and Capt. John R. McKone cf Topeka, Kan. Tho President reported the men were turned loose at - a.m. Eastern Standard Time. Wednesday to thc An increase in (tie maximum; service-" by lamplight, according i.', vvc r - n{ , Mck , o thc loan tho Texas Water Develop-1 to tho guest minister. Rev. W. W. {',-• , s . Thev 'arrived Inmon, Board can advance to wa.erJGrant of Mont Bclvicu. 'p|'u'l in' A^tcrdan" Tno Ncthr.t i ''' n -' crls '' n .,' r0 r n,,'. i! Although fi'ooways and otherjS;,nds. three hours after Kcn- since he took office last Friday. Cool and confident, the 43-year- old President volunteered announcement near the start of the conference regarding freeing of the fliers. That news topped everything else by a clear margin as the questions and answers ranged over a wide field. FOXY MATHF.UNK and Rico, juniors at .Southern M< thoit- ist University, returned to Dallas Wednesday after visitii.g neiv bc- luri-n semesters with Mr :"i.i Mrs. Rulx-it Matheme. R ; rt- K a tvvc/-year lettennan on the SMI' football team. Mrs. F.d Vatigbt, president uf Mike i foaturos music which sounds like j foc . ls «'<; ««'?^.<'f the so:.. Again this vear i-no of tho num- ^ ^ f( , alu| . p .; Dixi ,, )and ( , om . )>(i .^ ^ ,.^.^ ^ ^ ! n) . (| . iljlrt ,,, s - , lxvrn ,|, t . nHlll ,,n )>K , . ..^ |lu ., IR , iK( , )(| , |u . ' anything that helps iho'ed on thc board's activities. The! At the meeting thc board claim— od the- council had not asked for recommendations in hiring an architect and did not meet with 146' Signal Light Installation Due the American Association of I'm- i first public 'concert of th them to survey proposed library sites before u purchase was made. .\la\ui r'i'urtl countered b> say- Mussey Electric Co. will receive!arrow control system that signals'ing that the Sept. '-'U botut elec- The sophomore l-and. which h:\si ;i wi-'i'k '.'Cilct to l« gin installation traffic ulien to make riijhl and-lion was railed exolisivrly for SS members, will Iv playin-.r in its;<>f. traffic lights at thn-<- inti-rscc- |lel't turns as well as go straight, 'the $.150.000 library bunds, accept- in amendment, introduced by Sen. William of Bryan. A program of medical assistance to tho under public wel- tiy Sen. Crawford Martin of IsU.i-o, and Hfps. Bill Hullo- 11 ol Gi-iiiul Saline, ain.1 Jim .iks; rat uf Scurry. I 'Ii'looks like almost even thing j his general recoinrnwkiaUoiil Womrn. wishes to "- school yonr. Their foiiluro number gi/o to !ho guests bocnuso of tho] w j|| he "Chorale Alleluia.' 1 Sun rancrllation of tho AAt'W s|>on- \\'hitr, first cornot pla\-or, will snrod niillinop.' program sl.'itor] jn|;iy a solo. "Conversation for Wednesday night at the Community House. It was another "weather casualty," she said. A date will be set later. Butch Clardy, former REL student was a visitor in Baytown Thursday. He now lives with his family in Houston ... Dr. Bor AnimVins buys thc coffee an<! swears tho recipients to secrecy .. . D;.n Harrison comments <",n tlio absence of a friond ho hadn't Cornet." Thorn arp 13-1 students in the junior-senior han't lions on Highway l-lti Monday if supplies arrive. Traffic lights at Texas Avomir. James anrl Faylr \viil !>> installed on each side of the esplanade instead of tho single overhead light now at tho intersections. Each traffic cluster will have an The lights were authorized in- ing the board's recommendation]has boon introduced except the .stalled in tho city blidgot. to put other bond proposals Tlio equipment needed before'"" 'bo ballot, ho lichts arc installed is sturdy: The council also said one of; S istant. tax hills." said Gooi-go Christian, tho governor's administrative ns sorn in some time Al Clayton braves an ioo stomi to got to n ctrug store . . . George Oiandler tolls nbout an airplane trip he hones to make in tho near fu 1 March Of Dimes Benefit At Shamrock Hotel Baytonians who wish to attend, being offered at $25 and $12.50 tho March of Dimes benefit din i^nch. including tho cost of thc dinner at 7 p.m. Saturday at thc!»«-'"- Shamrock Hilton in Houston may! Among the costumes to bo inako reservations by calling Mrs.!shown are those worn by Grace Wlma Anslov drive chairman in K< '"''.v >" "Tf> <-'"''li a Thief.'by polos to hold the spand win 'three h\ird - recommondoci sitosp across tho street. I \vas On Oklahoma H'lls selected and that from all ,-,..,. T _ . ,, : rt |iin-drances the architect hired City Manaser J. B. Le Lcvro y ^^^ rv both to the coun- said the traffic signals now at the ., , )mj , hp ^ rA throo intersections will be taken; -^ ^ com( . o f (ha , meeting down and used in other parts of -^ , hat a , ack of tlndor! ;tanding the city. One \vill be installed at caused Ule m^p i n communica- Texas and Commerce and anotn- fimf . and with , wo ^mcilmen. ern Oklahoma was under a glaze or is boms considered at Pniett rj , y ManaROr j. R . I,e Fcvre and ;of icp today . City Atty. C.corcc Chandler moot-! In nor t heast Mayos County bwvimo of- j n? rot;ii).'ir!y with tho five-mem- m;inv f,,v)vih- lA^rloH rnicks jdieations wore they would arrive in Washington alxiut 'I p.m. Ui- (iay. "Huir joyous wives were I* 1 - ius flown here for a reunion. At his lit US conl'i I'rllce, tll'WUl- > .is,t n itionwidf on list- ti-!t-v iMon .iiid r.nliu. \\.is inil a>ktd \vliether the L'tlllcil Su,te> \i.>:' tlic Soviet I'mon had taken tht i {jl i i ( t\± j~~* C and Park. Now (raffi Baylown. Costumes desipied by Kdith who has , r. *r J AA I:« AA " .. '~" v 'tii^" Mre. and Harry M.issey declines vvon S1X arn rtemy awards. will iAlso to to make thr same tnp. • • ' I *T 11* V i" ii/v'iiiun i 11 it 1 1 ".- .** j'i«'ti*i> «.'»ii\. t L •. Mae West in "She Done Him I dead-end Lee Drive Street. Wmnp." by Giniror Rotors in i"I,ady in the Dark." and by Gloria Swanson in "Male and Female." i Forrest Street. Another fective Monday at Loo Drive and;her hniird tho problems would bo ' m .'^ r to nv ,^ j( „,, the many Market Street controlling traffic so!vf , d The appointments «nll he. ( '., in( , s '.\ q,', ; ,rter inch ol ice was entering Market Stnv! from tho; nl ;,(ip Thursday niijht. Yield right-of-way situis installo<l at •me council is a,s, expect,, to "V"K^-. sleot .„, freo, ipprovc an election ordinance sot shown arc costumes jriahf-of-way si-n replaced a stop „ .'^ April 4 as election das and viold pro\'i«linu' April 29 for- a runoff one is nooossar\ i r d i n a n c c into ..\n in the n<irth to '2\ in tho si-vnh av's hich^ woro forecast tn ^ the'under or slightly above froc/mg. dovelop- Thr forooast calkxi for snow ;r. west Oklahoma. i DOliOLAS MacARTHfK NEW YORK <AP) — Gen. DoiiRla^ Mac Arthur, celebrates his Stst birthday tcniay. A familiar ritna] nil) nvuk thc oc- <-a>i»n. He, his wife, Joan, and their son, .*rthiir, will spend (he day al their \VaKlorf T<»\«TS »|wrtmenl. A few «ill e*H, »IH! flowtTN ami mt-t -wilf-i will tv delivered. TiHiiRht, he'll Iw Rni'st of hi«w>r at a pri vato stag dinner arranged an- nial'y hy nfftcers of his World War IT Smithwest Pacific com mam). an4 initiative toward release of thc j fliers whose downed piano was •an Air Force RB-17. Ami thc President did not reply directly to a question on whether the release resulted from some action he took. After the conference there were conflicting versions. An official in close touch with Kennedy reported that Soviet Premier Khrushchev first brought up the matter when he called U.S. A m h a s s a d o r Llewellyn E. 'Thompson to the Kremlin last Af tho State IV part ment, however, top officials said they un- .oVrstooil tlvi* Thompson — acting frit-mlt ion instructions fiviu Kennedy — the 01 the !T,'.tnlni-< aiiinon during that Good Afternoon • U.S. Aii- Force begins ftant airlift of food and other supplies to thc Congo to halt funbtc. among hundreds of thousands of refugees driven from their land by triiwl warfare. President Kennedy announces in Washington the' t'nited States will "increase substantialy its contribution toward relieving the famine in the Congo." • A softer Soviet policy in public toward the new Kennedy administration — for the time hrini;, at loa>t — is shown in I'N subvoinmission studying ra- c'nl Hurt n-lijrions diM'riniination. Soviet delegHtton secretary, Valentin ?. Sapozhnlkow. speaks more than lifl minutes without making usual attacks on racial eonflic't in I'.S. • Moscow Radio given report on President Kennedy's Orst news eoiu'frence and tells Us So\i«-( ln»i>i>- lervice Hsteliers: "Thf n«-\v prt'iiilt-nt \\a« cuhu ami >.|Hikf in it Inisimvislikr tnaii- II«T, \\liii-h was in strong contrast Jo his predecessor, who often used to lose self control." • Britain and Vnited Arab Kcpnhlie formally re - estahlish full diplomatic relations by announcing an exchange of anibav sadors. Countries broke relattora In 1956 as result of Bridal* French invasion of thc $•**. • Member of «y- BritM F»r- liament. John Strmchey, the United State* «*d I'nlon should take step tow*r4 disarmament by puMlcly 4B« stroking sonte of their tnt«re*» tinenta) missiles. If Soviet trti not a«re«'. he sar». I'.S, go ahead anyway. of ImtU's mllNary and 1 till'J with Khnishchi v.! mrnl p a r « d e * brhwr a dirk' hlik Klixnhrfh II »t arnnuil ceMtf* p;n-sTi"pe<1 S'lit a completely] thin of RepnMte 1t*y, ii:ini:'iie<) iTia^tor n' the situation ?4»ry of India's rwrrnntm a fliiring tho entire rUv-miiy.ifos of pithnc «WW» his iirst mooting with newsmen monweaH* hi

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