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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               Reporter 81ST YEAR, NO. 245 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WOF 9909 xtf oo A83s WIUOUOIH ONS Associated Press (IP) COHEN OUT AGAIN ON BOND Gambler Mickey Cohen gets a pat from girl- friend Sandy Hagan as he left the Los Angeles County jail Friday on bond. The bond, freeing him while he appeals his federal income tax conviction to the Supreme Court, was made after approval by that court's Justice William 0. Douglas. (AP Wirephoto) ABILENE CA UNIT SUPERIOR 490th Wins Top Rating In Army Training Test Guiana Riot Brings British Ship, Troops Stock Exchange Study Will Start By FRANK CORMIER of slock specialists. In concluding WASHINGTON (AP) The stock specialists are re- government kicked off its broad study of Ihe New York Stuck Ex- change Friday by asking for Ine business secrets of the ex- change's 350 slock specialists. The specialists, who handle the daily auctions in stock assigned sponsibtc for Ihe maintenance of [air anil orderly They are considered Ihe key techni- cians in any slock exchange. The New York Sloi'k Exchange Is often referred lo as "Ihe big >onrd" to differentiate it from the lo them were asked also to slock nish detailed data on trading more than 100 selected securities. Complex questionnaires were distributed by Hie Securities and or Exchange Commission, which is looking into the affairs of Ihe New York Slock Exchange as part of a year-long study of the entire securities business. The IB-page inquiry forms were longer and much more detailed Thp big board specialists were n detailed! professional about their operations since Jan. 1. 1959, including breakdown of their income for and i960. They were tohi lo return completed questionnaires by March 215. In asking about, the handling of than too separate slocks, the SEC demanded detailed than similar questionnaires sent last summer lo all members of Die American Slock Exchange, formation about specialist deal-. which is undergoing a major ln the stocks as of Friday form as a result of the SEC ancl nexl Monday. FORT GORDON, Ga. Abi-affairs vole, as indicated by Ihe Icnc's oivn Civil Affairs I final rating of Superior." Company this' week was rated Major Sharp said the 490tfi above all olbcr recalled Army Re- had "outstanding" esprit de serve units at Fort Gordon and praised Ihe unit for HID four companies and two having such outstanding morale. groups here completed their Army Training Test marking the end He said the spirit of cooperation shown by officers and men of of their first [our months o[ ac- Ihe unit was lop notch and cspc- tive duty. U. Col. W. Meyers ,lr., commanding officer of tiic announced that the Abilenians had been given a Superior rating after completing the three-day test. Three of the other units re- ceived Excellent ratings and two got Satisfactory. The 490lh drew praise from all sources after the 24-hour field training exercise and the 48-hour command post exercise. Maj. Dallas A. Sharp of Ihe Army Civil Affairs School here who served as chief umpire for the during its command pcsl work said, "The unit as a whole is very well organized and opcr- alcd c.xlremely well in their civil dally praised Ihe unit for the part played by its enlisted men. thought this was ralhcr un- usual because civil affairs units NEWS INDEX SECTION A Sports 4-6 Obituaries..............7 Amusements........... 10 Bridge 11 Oil news 11 SECTION B Church news Women's Comics Editorials TV Scaur Radio-TV togs Farm news, markets 3 4, 5 6 9 9 10 Viet Nam Duty Extension Seen H.v MALCOLM W. DROWNE South Viet Mam (AP) Unilcd Stales is going to triple the length of service of some of its Army men here, an informed source reported Friday. About three-fourths of the esti- mated U.S. servicemen here are assigned lo a temporary six- rnonlhs duly tour, but the infor- manl said this is being extended lo a permanent 18-month tour for some key personnel. The extension, it was reported, applies to such men as pilots of Ihe three Army helicopter com- panies now stationed in Soulh Viol Nam. Official information on the ex- tension was or lo avoir! calling attention to the U.S. mili- tary buildup dial has hcen going on since December lo keep this Southeast Asian counlry from fall- Ing to Viel Cong Communist guer- rillas and infiltrators from North Viel Nam. A British note delivered lo the Soviet Embassy in London charged North Vietnamese author- ities were pursuing- a policy of "seeking lo overthrow (he estab- lished government of South Viet Nam by force." The British note rejected Ihe Soviel conlcnlion United Stales military nssislance lo South Viet Nam is aimed nl turning Soulh Viet Nam Into a strategic bridgehead in Smilhensl Asin. Rebellion in Soulh Viet N'nm was fomented, organized, ami in pnrl supplied and wlwlly dircctei from Iho North, Ihe nolrs added nixl it culled on Ihe Kremlin to restrain the North Vlclnamcse SIT related story, Pg. 9-A serious consequences of Ihcii ictions. The British nole was a reply lo Soviel complainl of .Ian. 10 jlaming the United Slates fo iperale at Ihe officer level most- y and enlisted men (unction in lupport he said. Major Sharp said he rtidn'l spot i single evidence of discontent or uncooperativcness during the entire exercise. The Iwo days of command post exercise was con- dueled Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 10-11, and was held on an around- he-clock basis. The CPX was wld in Ihe 4Klh's company area on the post and followed immedi- ately a 24-hour field problem which meant that the paperwork problems came on the heels nf n sleepless night spent in the .voods. Maj. Charles W. Scoit. plans of- icer for the Civil Affairs Area Headquarters at Fort Gordon, was chief umpire for the field iroblem conducled hy Ihe Other umpires were from the Army CA School and various CA units on the post. Major Scott said, "Ohservalions by (he umpires resulted in many complimentary remarks of the unit's efficiency. Especially did we nolice how high tlic morale and csprit-dc-corps of the -SDOth was under hardship conditions The rating of Superior on both phases of the lest is indicative of the inteixjsl, hard work and de- votion of this Te.xas unit in ful filling its duty to its country." Phase I of the three-day test was the field problem, and Phase II was Ihe command post c.xcr- else. The field problem consisted of a tactical molor march, simu- lated atomic attack, simulated guerrilla attacks, air attacks, and gas altacks; blackout molor marches at night: and a reloca- lion of Ihe unit at 4 o'clock in study. In New Stock Exchange president, Keilh ists that "questions about par- Funslon, licular slocks should not be taken "The Exchange's members and as any indication that your per- formance as specialist in these stocks has been improper or that aider in- member organizations will natur- ally cooperate to the fullest ex tent in this and all olhcr phase; of the Securities ,and Exchange Commission's study. TJio Ex. York, the Now York Milton It. Cohen, director of tin investigation, wrote the special- ill olhcr phases particular slocks are u: -and Exchange vesligation." change's staff also stand ready to assist in making-avail- able information about the vital functions into making fair-: and orderly markets. Reporting publicly last month on its continuing investigation ot be American Exchange, known as the AMEX, the SEC was par- :icnlarly critical o( the aclivilies WEATHER u. s. or co.MMr.nci-: WfJATiiot Man. I'arr 12-A) An.Il.ENE AM) VICINITY [HadiM -..ilrs) to partly clnud.v jinil mild through Sunilay. High d.ivs 70. lov Salunl.iy nlpnt 43. KOni'H CE.NT11AL TEXAS AND NORTHEASY TKXAS I'nilly cln'jcly Saturday and Saturday nisr.t. Warmer Saturday turning conlcr Satunlay Generally Jalr ami rnokr Snmlay. Ilish 'VoRTUWKST TEXAS I'aTlly c'.c. timly and lurnifK roolrr rally (air Saturday nlchl arjt Sunday. Orxilc-r Saturday niahl. I.LlUe uarmri r.nrlhVM-sl Sunday. High Saturday CO north "Q 00 south. SOUTHWEST TR.XAS Winny 'the SEC would not identify (lie ilocks, which it said "were cho- sen as a sample." Cohen told the specialists also that receipt of Ihe questionnaire [was "not to be construed as a upon yon or your firm or anyone connected with il." Many of (lie questions were aimed at finding out whether N'ew York Slock Exchange spcc- alisls have engaged in certain questionable practices uncovered :n Ihe AMEX invrstifjalion. For example, they must say if hey are financed by others. SLAYING four sons ot Army Capt. Vincent Madison and liis wife, Sally, were found shot lo death Friday in their home at Columbia, S. C. The boys, in a snapshot sent to-their-'grandmother, are (siniulijig, from Jefi) Bryan, 5, and Mark, 7. and (sil- ting) Hugh, 2, and Vincent Jr., 8. (AP Wirephoto) Fires Set In Center Of Capital By CAW. BLACKMA.V GEORGLTOWN, British Gui- ana strik- ing against Ihe leftist Guiana gov- ernment clashed with police and set tire (o the center of this South American colonial capital Friday. Britain quickly dispatched a warship and airborne troops from Ihe West Indies to help put down the uprising. Three persons were reported killed in clashes with police. Anli-riol forces fired into the mobs after first using tear gas on them. Discontent with leftist Premier Cheddi .lagan erupted into dem- onstrations that got world alen- tion during the visit here last week of Queen Eliz.ilwlh's hus- jband, Prince Philip, on his South American lour. The demonstrations accelerated on the subsequent nnnounccment of Jagnn's stiff new tax program. .lagan is of Easl India origin, a Chicago-trained dentist and hus- band o( a leftist Chicagoan and political firebrand, Janet Jagan. Fires raged in several sections of the business area and firemen were turned back by a bail of bottles and stones when they at- (c in pied to reach the" burning share profits with others, have'" homc the- name of "Paul Opposition barters Forbes Burn- .1__ir..__.... Anthnril ire v- 11- i.---- ----1 i-j ccmsidcrahtc cloudiness S.nurday. asl. irfcly scadcrixJ shower and cooler S.ilurday nlfi-t High S.ltunlnv TP-RU. liming Soulli Viet Nam into a nililnry stronghold. Britain and he Soviet Union, as cocliairmen af the 1D5-1 Geneva conference Ihat split Nam, have special re- sponsibilities for preserving peace n territory formerly known as ndochina, Under the Geneva settle- ment the munlicr of foreign mili- ary personnel here was limited to G85 men. The U.S. buildup was stinted after it became plain a similar restriction in North Viet Nam lind been violated for years. The three U.S. helicopter com- panies, each with about 200 men, arc engaged in what is called sup port work, transporting Vietnam- ese troops into combal and trad- ng shols with the Communists when fired upon. At least two hel- icopters have liecn lost, bill no Americans were killed in Ihem. Vietnamese helicopter pilots arc to take over the troop-carrying job eventually. About 100 are lo begin training in Ihe United States in March, it is reported. Gen. Paul D. Harkins, chief of a new ,-ind expanded U.S. Viet Nam command, flew lo llonoUih Friday. He will confer there with Secretary of Defense Unberl S McNnnuirn; W. Avcrell Ilnrriman', assistant- secretary of stale for Fnr Kaslern nffnlrs; Gen. Lytnnn I.emnilzer, rhnirman of the .loinl Chiefs of Staff; Frmlerick K. Nolt Ing Jr., U.S. ambnssndor lo South Viet Nam; nnd other dcfenso find Sec -IMth, Pfi. 2-A, Col. 4 39 37 37 41 31 (Ol 21-hours c M fl gh nnd High ar.d low same date laM yc.ir: 50. Family, H.v KKXT KitKLF, ishflf in liie month with COLUMBIA, S.C. (API Thelcaliber wife and four sons of an Army! Donahue said Madison buildings. Prime Minister Jagan called for .British reinforcements when a general strike called Monday against his government's heavy tax program erupted into vio- lence. Defying a government ban on demonstrations, thousands of strikers paraded through the city, fighting several pitched battles with police, who tried lo disperse (hem with tear gas. j In one incident, the police fired a brick-throwing mob in tha doctor were found shut to ;ll the )lotel Tlmrsdav Im-lccnter of town. siness dealings with corporate officials, member arc connected brokerage firms Authorities said apparently Ihey Of Buffalo, Mo said an and Peter D'Aguiar led doin Business with (he pvihlic, main- tain long-term inveslmenl were .slain Wednesday, 11 line's Day. The drivers' license made otil to Mad-'crowd of demonstrators ison and bearing ;i tlmmbprintjlhrough a police cordon around doctor, Capt. Vincent .1. found on the Ixxlv. The Parliament buildings. ...i. L _ Madison, 33, who was counts nr hold discretionary au. sought fur Ihe slayings, was fomidV Madison's thumbs. 'horily over any brokerage hours Inter in a couals. Certain olhcr questions seemed designed lo show whether favor- itism has liccn accorded mutual funds nr otiicr large investors in matched one from one, Jagan. styles himself as Marxi.st-l.cninist. said big busi- Donahuc said a coroner's elements were plotting Washington hotel. Police said m ,he rlim. hxl shot InniscSf in the head. an autopsy situation also developed Deputy Shcnft Jimmy llanison..lh, jjitunlav Imnside the city's electric said notes found in the house M.K'jj'sun firmed Madison had killed Ins; snn where a mob clas: Police. Police fired cnnncciion with Ihe use of such'family. The btxlics of the wife ar.d chil-jlrjp_ and the "stop, dren were fnur.d by slscrift 1'erek tear gas seen al 1 p.m. Wcdr.osdavl' ihcy nnbarked on a Two I1ersotls wcrc rciwrted as block-trading ping" of slocks. Sunsei nlghl: .sunset tonlpht: Itaromrlcr readme .at llumirtity al 9 p.iti sunris and bring home to Ihcm Ihe pos- State Deparimcnt officials. r News Aplenty in Sunday's Abilene Preview of Fashions Previeu' of Jo be slioun Fridny -il ninan's Club's nnnu.il sprinjt Hyle shnw rnlfcc lift tin- covrr pace fcnliirf for Sunday's Sorlioti. Rescue Service Tiiylor Counly has n Itrscnc in tor tlio Rrim work M-liii-li rome Kith ntnmir And ivhile il Irains for tlial iiliiinnlc assignment llifil U lioprs the vnlunlficrs iln olhrr lifr-sivinj: IMilor Kiilhitryii Duff U ulionl il n of ihe rcsrucra in the StitiiUiy Hrimrtrr- The Ball Scvilla for Hie Srvilla will Im annonnrrd hv ro- rli.iirmim of drrorntiona in ilir Wninrn's Section. Plnlliarnionir armunl hnlt h March 3 ol llto Aliilenn l.'oiiniry Cltih, Best Loved American (irorftc Vi'nsliinRlnn in ihe 'Amrrican nf nil In An'.eriruna. n ill in otlirr rnuntrioi? Mexican Irurn hr n. "pucrrilLi" Irodfr; Knftlisli ftclroolhoyx urc (old IIR vns n ncncr.il everplionnl military lalrnls." Associnled I'rrss ivrilcr Tniu flrnsliaiv i-cls llic for Wnshinplon'A ilh a took Into nlmnst unLnoun nl' first J'rrsidrtil. pins latest on the red-hot Southwest Conference Basketball race and other sports. Armed Robbery Suspect Captured Near Weinerl IIASKKI.L cers when they went lo Ihe to sec why ('apt Madison hadji.0 s not appeared for duly at tlic Fl.j .lackson hospital afler a leave. rl om 'n L bcd by ot Britain's command was flying jfrom KinnsLon, Jamaica, at the i- of a of stljrc and personable guy. verv conipc'- The victims were Sally adison, 'M: and sons Vincent i I, nl o fleg- The Rriti.sh Defense Ministry in Lontton annour.ccd lhal Iwo addi- lollir-liou.sc .-it'Anfilin Regiment embarked on n i f Rwr-lif Driveal 12 .nip.in. at Hnval Air r-'iiree IrnnsiKirts and n w ?l'SCn "f-H'Orertiu-sl of Ki.. Jackson airliner in Kr.gland and Wastungioii. D.t.. Police Haskclljniciit, said .Madison's body m.lv The said Madison been See DOCTOK. 2-A. Col. 4 See GUIANA, Tg. 2-A, Col. 6 i- i uit' laundry fluttered The Urilish (riRiilc Troubridsja ,ounl> ofdccis I'riday afternooni found in Ins romn al (he Statlcrj irrested a New Mexico man at a 'arm bouse south of Woinert for luesfioninfj in connection with a J12.000 (ii-med robbery believed tommilled in N'ew Mexico. Sheriff Garth Garrctt idcnli- etf (lie man as Warren W. Green, way. 45, whose last known ad- dress was Granls, N. M. He was arrested al p.m. after local officers received a tip that Ihe man. w.ip'cd for questioning by 'he- Federal Bureau of Invcsliga- inn. was visiting al the house. Details of the robbery were not immediately available. Helping Sheriff Garr.ctt with (he arrest were Deputy Pete Mercer, Highway Patrolman Jesse Priest, ,vlio is stationed in Ilaskell. Con- stable Ace Davis r.nd Tom Paul Burnett, chief of police, Grecnway was not armed and offered no resistance when lie was apprehended. Norman Propsf, Wichita Falls FBI agent, w H s scheduled to question Ihe sus- pect Saturday. At the lime of his arrest Greenway had in his pos- session four bills mid sev- eral hills. Sheriff Garrett said lie'under- stood that the suspect was to be questioned nboul n rob- hcry, nnd Dial there would be some questions about n seconr. armed lioUlup in New Mexico. [lay and one of (lie century's worst storm floods breached dikes near Ihe north German port city of Hremcrliaven. isolating a doz- Hurricane Force Winds Roar Over West Europe LONDON (AP) Winter's Police, fire brigades ancl spe-lwas the industrial bell of York- strnclivo fury lashed we-lcrn navy emergency crews wcrelshire. City authorities in Sheffield with howling winds Satur- in a slate of disaster alert along I reported houses of. a total Hie entire north German coast. ;of IM.OOO had been damaged and Dulchmrn kept watch duriiiu al0niHl 100 destroyed or damaged Ihe night along their dikes while inhabitants nf two low-lying Dutch iislaiids and Hurricane-force gales in to repair breach- repair. Abotil 250 pei'SOftS svei'e homeless. In Bradford eight schools were ain Friday killed 11 or more per-lcs in Ihe sea walls. A falling lide so badly damaged that chll. sons and caused property dam-" age estimated at S million. Storms raging in Cletniany took four lives. In the fircmcrliavcn area, offi- brought relief but ttdo exptx'led later it new dangers. were sent home. Gusts of 80 miles an hour The Scottish Mctcorolngical Of- icr rtvordrd spivd of one cials said flood waters had as- KUSI over tin- Ulc of Unsl, sumcd gigantic proportions. of [lie Shetlamis group. casualties were reiwrtcd. At one break in a dike, more limn men, iuclmlinp U. S. military'unils. workctl feverishly to close ott the break with sand- bags. as 151 knots or 177.2 miles per Imur. II was highc.sl ever re- cordwl in Britain. The previous record was 125 m.p.li. in the Oik- nrys in January horses off their legs on Callerlcl; race track. Five were so badly injured they hail to be shot. One jockey-was badly hurl. Pylons carrying power cablw collapsed and blocked shipping In the Iliver Tync. Soccer matchies were culled off when lamp stnwj- One of tlio hardusl-hil areaslards cinshcd onto Ihe field, 0   

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