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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               3AV 3109 9908 xa 03 33IAM3S WllJOSIMW "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES Wf SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT SATURDAY MORNING, JULY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS OPERATION BECOMES FAMILY three lively youngsters, Har- ry, and Nancy, 9, Moberly will leave the hospital in St. Peters- burg Pla. Saturday after undergoing unusual surgery to remove their spleens. Their mother, Mary Moberly, had a similar operation at 26. Doctors say the con- dition congenital hemolytic anemia, is often> inherited but that it is rare for so many members of a family to fee affected. (AP Wirephoto) Charged in Theft Stocks 5 rfy ARTHUR EVERETT during the day an FBI agent pos- NEW YORK The district ing as an 'out-of-town buyer ar- atlorney's office seized a rested two men in a Newark hotel week Wall Street clerk-Friday and during a transaction in the stolen accused him of the fantastic theft securities. FBI Director J. Edgar million worth of Hoover said nearly of the stocks from Bache Co., one of missing stock was recovered the nation's great brokerage hous- ta. The former Baclie employe at- The fortune in negotiable sequ- rested here is Gordon A, Tallman, rltles. out of the 30, a clerk in the Wall Street of- Bcte the clerk's flee of the firm for less than a shirt >A% S. Hogan year. It was Tallman's punctilious siid' and buried in a tin can for attention to office detail, Hogan a week across from a bar on up- said, that broke- the case wide per Broadway. open. More than ?1 million of the se- Arrested with Tallman was Rob- curitiBs stUl are missing and Ho- ert J. Dodge, 24, an unemployed gan said police know who has it, Bronx truck driver. Hogan said he and are on his trail. He identi- was. in the plot from the outset fled the wanted man only as Mr. but that his initial assignment was Y too hot to in a literal Meanwhile, in Newark, N.J., sense, since he burned some olen The- theft of- '-in stock many torn Cache's vaulfe-was followed rithin a few days by the report the theft of worth o tock from Carl H. Loeb, Rhoades UV.lv 11 mil ijvtu, Co., a neighbor of Bache in the 400 Viet Cong were involved, ame Wall Street building. PROTEST HINTED Thomas Bows Out Of Rodgers Trial Wreck Here Kills Woman; 2nd Is Hurl A Houston woman enroute to bflene to visit her son was killed and an Eastland woman eriously injured in a two-car ccident in front of the Thunder- ird Lodge at p.m. Friday District Judge Owen Thomas disclosed Friday that he has re- quested another judge be assigned to preside at any hearing of ,the H 'Don Rodgers suit against Tay- lor County to collect a court reporting fee. Meanwhile, there was strong in- i dication that an effort might be made to further protest -payment oTthe bill by Taylor County. Allen Glenn, former County Court-at-Law judge now in a pri- vate practice, told County Com- missioner Grover Nelson that a suit protesting the payment "may. be filed." Glenn gave no indica- tion as to-who he might represent in such a suit but said "we might lite." 'Should be Paid' _____, the former county 1 that he and other commis- the debt was incur- faith and "we think J be paid the'same i uid he too felt the bill 1 be paid "bull don't think r County should' have to pay ,J saW objections to the pay- tjwere based on the precedent "it .set. i Thomas, hi whose court ,_ s suit was filed by J. R. ___it'Jr., said he was issuing a prepared statement "In view. o  Malcolm W. Browne, only news- man on the mission, said spotting planes radioed that as many as An army squad of 16 men found itself isolated suddenly and fac- ing a charge by more than 25 n U. S. 80. Killed was Mrs. Ada Garrett, 935 Yorktown, Houston, mother f G. T. Garrett of 439 E. N. Oth, Mrs. Garrett's daughter, who was driving the car, was ot injured. She is Mrs. Georgia viewlin of the same Houston ddress. In "fairly good" condition at Hcndrick Memorial Hospital was Mrs. Billie T. Gary of 1035 S. immerman, Eastland. Attendents aid that Mrs. Gray was suf- ering from multiple injuries. The death was the ninth from traffic in the city limits this 'ear. Last year's 12-month to- al was six. Patrolman Bill Roam, who' wit ncssed the accident, said that Mrs. Newlin's car was pulling out of a gas station next to the xxlge and crossing the west- bound lane to enter the xmnd land. Roam said the car driven by Mrs. Gray struck the car driv en by Mrs. Newlin on the .-left side Mid that the force of the impact threw Mrs. Garrett out The officer said the two can ocked together and skidded about 25 feet. Roam said he also learned that Mrs. Newlin had stopped it the gas station to ask di- rections to get to the home of 6. T. Gamtt. Garrett mi the widow of East Greenville, Pa. "We were he said, 'because there wasn't a heli- copter in sight and we were cut off; We fired everything we had at the Viet Cong and maybe they thought there were more of us than we had because they veered ofi" Sixteen U.S. Marine corps heli- copters spearheaded the western operation in what was believed to be. the first night helicopter combat mission in history. Thir- teen U.S. Army helicopters joined the operation just before dawn. By the end of the day, nearly 100 guerrillas were dead and about 10 captured. The govern- ment claimed that 40 of the dead were killed in strafing runs by ighter planes. Helicopters have been hit with increasing frequency by Viet Cong automatic fire and casual- ies are rising, but none of the lelicopters was hit Friday. Cap- ured material including an 8lmm mortar. Fleeing guerrillas also eft behind uniforms and insignia, iropaganda and documents with .he names of local Communist Readers. UBramelcr leaulllu Humidity at 9 p.m. 53 per cent. 28.23 NEWS INDEX SECTION A Obituaries 3 Sports OH news............... 9 SECTION B Church news............2 Women's news 3 Editorials 4 Amusernentt............ 5. Radio-TV logs 10 Farm news, markets 11 Bridge Quil TV Scout.............. 12 Tax Revision Nearly Ready WASHINGTON Sen- ate Finance Committee tentative- ly completed work Friday on President Kennedy's tax revision bill retaining in it a modified in- centive provision for business to modernize its plants. The major decision by the group In Its eight days of voting on the bill was to kill a tax withholding plan for divided and interest in- come. Chairman Harry F. Byrd, D- Va., stressed that all actions are subject to reconsideration at a further settta set for next Fri- day. But It appeared mat the corn- the late George T. Garrett of Houston. Laughter. North Funeral iwles o  strike is probable Monday key plane-missile plants and missile bases. (The strike would affect the 12 Atlas sites around ibilene and Dyess AFB.) About workers repre- ented by the AFL-CIO machin sts and auto workers unions are nvolved. Simkin, director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Serv- ce, flew to the capital Coast negotiations to give rgent report to the President and ecretary of Labor Arthur J Goldberg. He-did not sae the President ersonally but his report was re- layed to Kennedy by Goldberg. Simkin said he regretted to re- port that n stalemate existed in it least three major aerospace egotiations, those at North American, Lockheed and Gener il Division. He reported there appeared to be no likelihood of a settlement at those three firms prior to the midday Monday strike deadline set by the unions. Simkin said the strike would shut down key mlssfle-and air Simkin said he reported the White House, "the fact re- that strikes at the various bases where employes of sile and aircraft program." Simkin declined to speculate o Aat the government may do. I ras rumored that Kennedy was onsdering an appeal to th unions to refrain from a walkout The President could invoke the war. Lemnitofr sarvid Ms Hartley Act, but this possibility was being discounted in offkda. aepmy nuc> __ __ circles. For one thing, necessary staff to then Gea. 9r HanHAt nreliminaries probably could not simreme AIHed reliminaries probably could no le accomplished in time to ot tain the 80-day court injunctioj permitted by the law to stop th walkout craft-manufacturing plants and overrule a tower court many missile bases at which em- ment awarding _ n ____ __ __ _ ti mm >loyes of the firms are installing missile facilities. A labor contract has been con A WHmati uwu kvii- cluded at only one of the major strike the 4Snd District aerospace Aviation. "Despite producers. Dougla the Indonesia Gives Mikoyin JAKARTA, id n-fun eaMt Deputy Premier I. Mhtna aa nmmmtmf rtvvd Mky tor a iMdwU vMt M work would susuend ompanies HYANNIS PORT, Mam. (AP) U -Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitier wifl requeat that he be re- become the new VJS. commander in chief in Europe and Gen. Max-, _ well D. Taylor will succeed him ijmnteer's two-year Herat as chairman of the Joint Chiefs chairman ot the Mat at A! tkM. QTtiitA HMHU Mil. m._a Taylor, who had a brfflaot ree- w Bdals chairraamv buglrt Taylor a study of SATO Coancn for >ver as supreme commander. Nwstad has held dual jobs US. commander to preme commander of NATO fore- es In Europe. Except for Gen. DavM M. Snoop, commandant of the Marine Corpi, Kennedy now wffl have ed all the members of. Chiefs of Staff. His Uonwasthatof Anderson Jr. as Navy staff. temnitzer, who Aug.: m.far rda to Mark ar dramatie f MW mander in the Taylor, a native of M GENEKAU, Abilene Loses i Sewer Cose The llth Court of Civil Appeah _ haMam I la Eastland refused a combined AbitottiiMW damage suit., Refusal of the appeals court to HTIiW wuu m judgments marked the second in platotutl as many times me ctty ha. fatted Pw- Douglas settle- to appeal efforts. A thbd to Uf. mi 1 to tne court. Three eaw were combtMd by the Albany court prior MtttetorrtosM, sM Mr. trial April 17. MM. multed bscauM   

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