Abilene Reporter News, March 28, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1962, Abilene, Texas Abilene "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR W tiial caused her 21-year-old husband's ilcath eight days later. The shoot- ing occurred beside the .Stamford Kh-ft Baptist Church and Wim- berly died in a Korl Worth hos- pital. Testifies Two Hours Carolyn Cosby Wimherly, 21, Ihe victim's first wife, was on Ihe stand more than two hours. Pjo.smilion and defense atlor- SWEIOTWATEIt Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia. They began arriving aflcr (be visit of Soviet Deputy Premier Anaslns Mikoyan lo Cuba in February Ihc Sljitc Detriment ,snid. H gave Ilicsc oilier delalls: The csdmnlc of Communist training of Ciibnns t Kslcs was in the final two hours. in a brokerage firm, was named Asked if any of the persons who president of the American Stock nations for the (ankslKH-hange Tuesday. He succeeds both in Communist in Cuba has been extensive. pic: guns, truck-mounted rocket launchers, artillery, rifles and machine guns were seen in a Jan, 5 military parade in Ha- vana. Cuban air force, in addi- tion to fighters, has received Communist helicopters and piston engine trainers. Cuban air lines 'iavc received single-engine plus about a twin-engine trans- ports. bloc instructors are serving as full-lime advisers lo some individual Cuban units. "Communisl military aid has turned the Cuban military estab- lishment into one of Hie must for- midable In l.nlin Ibe report concluded. "It has intro- duced a military capability hither- to not present In any of (ho 1-a- I In-American countries of the Ca- ribbean area.1 sent in the T, McCormick, w meeting room of last December. ho re- Mercantile National Bank, Bishopj lie will serve at a salary of said there was none. n year under a five-year Bishop also said he could as the fourth paid presi- say how much money the lending companies had invested in West Texas agriculture. change. The anhydrous ammonia tanks Klhcrington was unanimously arc bullet shaped as McCormick's succes- (lent in the more than IM-ycnr history of Die American ex- which cost about each. So competitive! is Ihe fertilizer indits. try distributors loan tanks lo any fanners nccdinj, (hem. Kslcs is known lo have signed leases for hundreds of the tanks! from farmers. Mortgages show dial somo farmers lun'e purchased hundreds of the tanks when one or Iwo would have been sufficient for (heir own farms. One source listed (he invoking companies represented nl Ihc faceting ns James Talcolt Inc.; sor al a special meeting exchange's board of governors recommendation of a five- man special advisory committee headed by Edwin Posner. chair- man and president pro-lcm of the American exchange. A factor in McCormick's resig- nation last Dec. II was-believed lo be the discovery by an investi- gating commillco that imprisoned financier Alexander Rulcrmn had paid a gambling debt incurred by McCormick in ila yanii. There was nothing illegal about this, but (he investigators IAP Wlrroholol EDWIN KTIIEKIN'GTON 37 yenrs old npparcnlly felt il was indiscreet. There also had been criticlsni (if McGormlck's administration of. the exchange, which he had headed for 10 years. Ethcrington has served as Q( special consultant to Ihe commil- tee investigating Ihe American Stock Exchange. Joseph Bcilly originally became president pro-Urn afler McCor- mick's resignation. But he, loo, was forced out in a widening shakeup. Posner, 71. assumed tha office on an interim basis. In announcing Ethcrington's se- lection. Posiier called him a man with "an outstanding record (n the financial community and a broad knowledge of this ex- change." Ethcrington, general partner In Pershing which' holds seats in both the American Stock Exchange and the -New York Slock Exchange assumes presidency Sept. 4. A resident of Upper Montclair, he is married nnd has two 5 and 3 yenrs old. He is Phi Beta Kappa graduate of leyan University, and R former instructor and udtiant 4w Urns. ;

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