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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               Otou M f PtMlM (NPN (2 14 S'mkr 3 I I I 21 f Atar SI I 21 V WUM 2t ABM f HH-LM t 14 I WM luck LATEST SPORTS bflene SATURDAY 3STARFJNAL "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TOaoiAaas SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 82ND YEAR, NO. J47 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 10, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Aitoeiated Preu (ff) Red Leaders Set Session By PRESTON GROVER MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Communist party on Friday sum- moned its Central Committee members from all parts of the U.S.S.R. to meet Nov. 19 on re- organization of industry and agriculture. They may decide to Vet's Day Events Set ForToday Veterans Day, an outgrowth of Armistice Day, will be observed in Abilene Saturday and Sunday with speeches by Army brass and displays of America's mili- tary might. Maj. Gen. Thomas S. Bishop, adjutant general of Texas, will speak at an open house ceremony at the National Guard Armory, 2206 S. 9th, during'the 11 a.m. Saturday Veterans Day program. A flag raising ceremony by members of Post 2012, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will precede Gen. Bishop's address. Veterans of the 90th Division, at their annual convention here through Sunday, will be honored. A large contingent of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts will be special guests. The Marine Corps Reserve unit will execute the flag -lowering ceremony climaxing the program. Presenting the two-day sched- ule of events will be members ol the Armed Forces, veterans and Civil Defense units, said Brig. Gen. Ralph M. Krieger, president of the Barkeley Chapter of the U. S. Army Assn. Special displays of equipment of the National Guard, Air Force and Army Nike Missile Battalion have been set up for the open house at the armory, which will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Three Abilene bands will parti- cipate in the Saturday program: Madison Junior High band at a.m., Jefferson Junior High band at 1 p.m. and Mann Junior High at 2 p.m The observance will be conclud- ed Sunday at p.m. with a retreat ceremony at the armony in which platoons of men from the National Guard, Army Re- serve and veterans organizations will participate. by would NEWS INDEX SECTION A BtMf t quil ObrtutriM JO Oil mm n SICTION B Church ntwt Womm' ut the Soviet Union ahead of the United States in production. For two months a controversy has raged in the press about the sossibility of a profit incentives ndustry as a means of spurring workers to better production. De- spite the many opponents of the plan, authorities recently came up with what were called newly found writings of Lenin indicat- ing that there are elements of the capitalist system that could be in- troduced in Communist economic practice to spur production. HOUSING The housing con- struction program has fallen be- hind schedule and thousands of families face more long years in crowded dwellings. But tough as the situation be, the governing hierarchy is not going to undertake any shake- up which might weaken Commu nist control of the country. An indication of this came Fri- day in the authoritative magazine Kommunist The latest issue d the monthly, just out, it suggested a middle course between those de- manding profit incentives and those insisting on the old line centralized control. Cuba to Resist Search of Ships By GEORGE ARTELD HAVANA t mw m to Wnd dtolomatic AHS Homecoming Queen Joy Stovall Is Crowned Joy.Stovall, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sto- all of 1558 Park Ave., was crowned Homecoming queen of Abilene High during ceremonies at lalftime at the AHS-Odessa game lere Friday night. Miss Stovall was one of three were Gail Walter, 18, and Lynda ue Cravcr, 16. The queen selection climaxed day-long western style eelebra- ion by AHS students and exes of school. Nominees for Yemen Threatens To Launch Attack DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) Ye- men's President Abdulah Sallal accused Britain on Friday of plot- ing against his 41-day-old repub- ic and threatened to attack the neighboring Aden. interesting reading Sunday in We Visit ROCHESTER Sunday we visit RochwWr, Haskell county town In tht of o rich cotton-producinfl area which also has take o look at .xperinwnts with a new crop for tht Veterans Day wi" tion. and its significance for womw marked by the page of Women t Most Embrassing Moments Students mow Outlook ond XXI Club announce. rotlng lit 70 yton. ACC-McMurry Football Bio flam, locally I. ACC and MeMurry H-SU I tanate with Arlington Stow. In Confjrjnct Dtovi Bovtor. A M ooti with SMU, math Arlkomoi, I SKT'on ISu'whH. ThtM prut olhtr OMtitandlna a-mti tht In bla ipom notion. Stall by Jimmy Parson EAGLE HOMECOMING QUEEN CROWNED Joy Stovall smiles happily will insist on inspection of all Minister officials Cuba-bound ships, including Cu- ban ships. These sources main- t should any ships the Red C inspection once the present block- The diplomatic informants added that Cuban ships were said to have received orders not to stop for inspection no matter what the consequences may be. No Cuban ocean-going ship was known to be en route to Cuba at this time. Vasily V. Kuznetsov, Soviet dep- wc uty foreign minister, paid a short _ call Friday on U.S. Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson and John J. McCloy at the U.S. mission to the United Nations. Informed sources said they discussed only a minor detail in connection with U.S. naval inspection of outbound ships. The diplomatic informants could not say whether the stated Cuban position was aimed at the U.S.- Soviet agreement in principle to have Red .Cross officials inspect Cuba-bound ships for arms. How- ever, it appeared to complicate such a plan. ton freighter completed this year hi East Germany and at. least a _ _ __ __ __i m iccisi B On this line, tnc _ halWozen smaller ocean-going newspaper Hoy reiterated in its presumably to iron out admitted main editorial that Cuba "will not discrepancies between Havana determination to ignore renounce its sovereignty and re- and Moscow on Premier Khrush- quarantine and balk at fuses (to allow) a humiliating in- chev's avowed agreement to per- -L rt___ i____u.... for thu mit International InsDection of the gubsequent Red Cross inspection spection. unnecessary MM consistent Prime cause of peace." Armored Battle Likely Over Indian Airstrip Union has agreed to permit rep- were presented at a morning pep rally attended by some 150 Students chose the queen afterward by secret bal- loting. A western melodrama skit, pre- sented at the rally by Ernest Sub- lett's drama students, featured nominees for the honor. Also contending for the ie Diamond Anniversary of the coming celebration included Vlliuli lieu tu jn-iian. i vff--------------- resjn'tatives of the International ing up tanks to bolster forces Coftirnittee of the Red Cross to massing around the strategic In- dian airfield at Chushul. Informed sources said India _________..... ships or ships under Soviet charter to make arms inspections. But pre- new Jeri Harwell, Keith Yokum, Owen title Colvhi, Cynthia Giles, Bobby Smith, Titia Todd and James Dennis. Ex-Eagle Jimmy Dan Bourland gave the pep talk and Mike Murphy gave the prayer. Other activities for the home- barbecue and dance following the the royal title Abilene-Odessa game. Sallal, calling Britain "the eclipsed said the Brit- ish "must know we have great torces ready to fight on our side when we ask them." He identi- British colony Of fied only President Gamal Abdel Nasser's United Arab Repubii In a speech broadcast by Sana adio, Sallal called on Arabs in lie British colony and protector- ites in southern Arabia "to be eady for revolution'and for bat- les we shall wage against colon- as among Yemen's allies, how- alism Sallal asserted, "Our republi ever. Meanwhile, a government dele- gation from Yemen arrived by airplane in Moscow and was met by a Soviet delegation. There was no announcement of the trip's pur- pose. However, the army which overthrew Badr in September was equipped mainly with Soviet arms. :an revolution caused Britain to tremble." Sallal said Britain had sent in- iltrators from the colony and the Aden protectorates into Yemen to fight alongside royalists trying to reinstate King Mohammad Al- Badr But, Sallal said, "We have them all and shattered them." The republican regime also con- ends the sherif of Beihan, a Brit- sh protectorate southeast of Ye- men, has sent the royalists Brit- ish arms. The regime claimed a new military victory over a royal: ist force it said had set out from the Marib area near Beihan to- ward the eastern Sarwah fortress 80 miles from Sana. The kings of Yemen long had aid claim to Aden and other Brit- sh protectorates on her southern----------- and southeastern borders. But the ers are listening in. Yemeni Republic had said noth- ing about this. or an armore dakh sector of the Himalayan astery town of Towang, on the and Indians were reported _mov- Frontier Agency. Caribbean and Atlantic waters stand. provided perhaps the finest op- prove per portunity since World War II for our antisubmarine warfare forces to exercise at their trade, to per feet their skills, and to manifest their capability to detect and fol- low submarines of another nation. "Some of those submarine! they detected after long periods of come to the surface. Our ASW (antisubmarine war fare) air and surface did a mag fare) air ana sunace am a mag mficcnt job. Telephone Said Tapped BONN, Germany (AP) Chan- cellor Konrad Adenauer astound- ed West Germany's Parliament by complaining Friday that his home telephone calls have been tapped. "For some time I have not dared to carry out confidential alone secret my the 88-year-old chancellor said. "Obviously, oth- rs are listening in." He gave no clue as to whom he without incident, sources might suspect. 'said. Fidel Castro's avowed decision not to submit Cuba inspection of any kind. The Cu- lions re- bans consider their vessels on the ers Cross high seas national territory, the Commumsb diplomatic informants said. Diplomatic circles interpreted to this statement and recent dedara- of Cuban government ead- as indicating ftat the local were siding-perhaps reluctantly-with Castro against Pace and.Soviet First present Cuban merchant Cuba, but it appears now he did---------.. made up of a new not include Cuban vessels in this progressing favorably. area of agreement. Anastas I. MiKoyan were not Mikoyan, Moscow's ace trouble- Communist shooter, arrived here a week ago, the mit international inspection of the Soviet missile dismantling. NEW DELHI, SAP) INEdT UCiLMUt uiuiw 'respects developed Friday night ans shelled Red Chinese positions at Jang, near the Red-held mon- or an armored battle in the La- Walong on the eastern end of the nique and phony peace offers in frontier, where Communist prob- ing attacks were beaten back sumably permission to board a Cuban ship would have to come from Havana. U.S. sources at U.N. headquar ters have said the United States Anti-Sub Unit Gels Praise From Admiral NEW YORK Navy's top admiral said Friday night U.S. destroyers blockading Cuba detected and followed Soviet subs for long periods in the Caribbean and Atlantic waters where the quarantine fleet is on station. Adm. George W. Anderson Jr, chief of naval operations, thus confirmed officially reports which surfaced publicly 10 days ago. In a speech prepared for the IIieilLS. JLSUi lllg UIC uicoLiiti VTVI New York Council of the Navy the last 10 davs on front, the League, Anderson said: "The Indians rushed up regulars to presence of Russian submarines in make their first real determined ces sai to its mountain Thursday. The patrols failed to ICW UHK WU1K5 Ml iUi airstrip feet up in the Him- niake contact with the enemy. alayas to counter Communist Walong is'one of the few heavi- ly defended natural barriers in the area. Capture of Walong would open the way for the Com- munists to strike into the Lohit River valley toward the Digboi oil fields in the south. tanks menacing the vital supply ase. The Red tanks were seen near Spanggur Lake, only a few miles rom Chushul, a Defense Minis- try spokesman said. The Communist buildup in this disputed area of the rentier is based at Rudok, a 940-foot high plateau in, western Tibet. The area is bleak, brown and fairly flat. From the air the roads across it resembly merely tracks n mountain wastes. Military observers said it looks like good tank con- rast to the steep mountains and 74'JJ-, rocky valleys of most of Ladakh. In surging swiftly toward Chu- jhul after launching their offen- sive Oct. 20, the Red Chinese eas- nearby at Pangong Lake with tanks against defenders armed with outmoded rifles. The Reds halted their drive, but Elsewhere, little activity bursts of shooting. A defense spokesman said Indi- East Indian patrols went out near Prime Minister Nehru un- eashed his most violent verbal broadside at the Chinese Commu- nists. He charged Peiping with be- having like Hitlerite Germany by resorting to the "big lie" tech- WEATHER DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WEATHER BUREAU (Wutlxr viS: Pf. 5.B) ABILENE AND VICINITY (Radius miles) Fair throueh Sunday with arm days and cool nights. High Satur- Low Saturday warm ays an cool nights. Hig day and Sunday 80 to 35. Low night nesr 50: ight ne SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS: Mostly clear and warmer Saturday. Clear to SOUTHWEST TEXAS and Sunday. Mild aftern HIIU naiiiicr aatuituu'. 10 cjoudy and mild Sunday. High Saturday 1XAS: Clear Saturda: SauTrday M NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS: Fair and warmer Saturday. Gear to cloudy SUB- Amv n-t-i. e.tn.fijy 7s.g2. TEXAS: Clear to cloudy day. Hifh Satu NORTHWEST rw WoH WOKTHWEST TEXAS-, clear to cioudy S1VC Oct. 20, the Ked Ulinese eas ana SnMay. Wlrmer Saturday ily overran an Indian outpost Fri. a.m. 41 Fri. p.m. 53 58 62 65 10'00 65 High Itwv for ending i p.m.: 77 and 38. High and low lame date last year: was 58. .na. jk IUMJM tod.y; 9 p.m.: 31.10 55 per cent. J an attempt to weaken India's re- sistance. Whipping up the war fever among the Indian people he had soothed with pacifist pronounce- ments in the past, Nehru told a mass meeting of government workers that the nation has be- gan producing automatic weapons that will be coming off the assem- bly lines in large quantities by December. He said the nation's laborato- ries were mobilized to turn out special foodstuffs for troops, to stand up to the Red Chinese sol- diers, whose diet of mere rice and tea made them more mobile. Ousted Bulgarian Premier Arrested SOFIA, Bulgaria Premier Anton Yugov was report- ed Friday to have been placed under house arrest, facing the pos- sibility of criminal charges. He was accused of masterminding the executions of "numerous hon- est and innocent comrades." Diplomatic informants said Yu- gov was confined to his living quarters Thursday shortly after he was denounced as a criminal by Deputy Premier Stanko Todo- rov before the Bulgarian Commu- nist party congress. B52s Due in Late Summer After'Phaseout' Resumes Posing out of B47 bombers at ificcnt job. dent Kennedy because ol Jie inter- _..... The navy chief did not elabor national crisis, but will resume release from Dyess. ate, but informed sources dls- next March, the Air Force an- Both announcements said closed Oct. 29 that more than nounced Friday. Capital Bureau was confirmed resumes. More than irufflon L Jr was appropriated by the last Con- commander of the 96th, in a news gress for the work. _...- two 6ovict subs were tracked for sonar devices, until they broke water to charge their batteries, ed officially. The Soviet subs went their way The Air Force notification Phaseout of the Btffebegan In coin annuuirceiiieiiia AOIU the 1959 in the fece of mlliUe and three squadrons of the 96th the high performance aircraft buildup, .wwul. MMU IXnmhaMf- A 'C'nM.t DoolAAAH ounceu riniay. inree siuouiuiis w mo we The announcement in Washing- sjrth, 338th and 339th Bombard- two soviet SUDS were iracKeu ivr The announcement in nusmng- 33701, sain ana nomn about two days in the general was the first public word that ment Squadrons will be Mm-kading area. the 96th Strategic Aerospace Wing placed with the 39th Bom- mower stop m ui iey were followed by destroy- at Dyess was being inactivated bardment Squadron from Walker dispersal program and aircraft, apparently with and that the previously announced AFB, N.M. in summer, fol- bombers, in opera ,r until they broke "phaseout" of B47s had been halt- lowine the inactivation of the 96th five yean. The At have Rep. Omar reported to ____ for tbt .jet ------------Ar0, m mic auiimrci, uumuers, m operation for about of B47s had been halt- lowing the inactivation of the 96th five yean. The Air Force Tima in March. reported in March that 38 to The dispatch from Washington currently have BS2s, with ACC, MeMurry Battle For City Championship Fap t-A the Air Force told Burteson. The Dyess BK squadron wiD et another stop in the Air Force't Burleson of Anson, said the phaseout was halted tern- remaining bases to receive the the Reporter-News porarily in June of 1962 by the bombers in another year or so. President because of the inteCha- First accounts of the planned Honal situation. However, the Bil squadron for Dyess appeared statement from said the in the Reporter-Newt April 17, uiMtivatloB wu called off In July 1959. Less than i yew utar. ol Mtl. second article Mid the Stntofor- (M. McDowell Mid no great tresses would replace B47i at the change In the Dyets population Is Abilene installation by "mid or expected n additions to Tactical late 1903." Air Command1! Dyesi-baied Mth Friday's Air Force Troop Carrier Wing will cofT.pm- merit did not Indicate wMek Mte tor among Strategic el KB would be Pym Air OMimBd pnonnel. BSJH toejgW. rf atamnr toimdynot only StJ-XST March M tht phumrt DM .Hni t   

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