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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1962, Abilene, Texas tE!)e ^6ilme Importer ZiZ 3av 3100'^WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WOF 9909 xe oo soi^GOES"—Byron Ay3S WIIJOHOIH 81ST YEAR, NO. 245 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1962—TWENTY-TM DNS Ai^iorintPfl PrPUM (/P) Guiana Riot British Ship, rings roops Exchange Will Start COIIEN OUT AGAIN ON ROND — Gambler Mickey Cohen gets a pat from girlfriend Sandy Hagan as he left the Los Angeles County jail Friday on $100,000 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 O. Douglas. (AP Wirephoto)    _ By FR.'WK t'ORMIF.R ^of .stock specialists. In conducting WASHINGTON tAP> — ’T’he    auctions.    s|x‘ciulists    are re government kicked off its bioad .,p,,tisiblc for the maintenance of study of the New \ork Sloc'k change hriday by asking fw    consideriKl the key techni- the business stKTets of the    stock    exchange. The change s .150 slock speciali.st.s,    York Stoc k F.xehange is The spiH-ialists. who handle    referred to as “the big daily auctions in stock assigned    j,|ferentiate    it    from    the to them, were a.sked also to fur- American Stock Kxchange, or nish detailed data on trading in aMFX. more than 100 selected siHurities ABILENE CA UNIT SUPERIOR 490th Wins Top Rating In Army Training Test Complex questionnaires were distributed by th<‘ St'curities and i Kxchange Commission, which is ¡looking into the affairs of the ¡New York Sttnk Kxchange as part of a year-long study of the entire securities business I The 16-page inquiry forms were (longer and much more detailed ;than similar questionnaire.*: sent hast summer to all members of the American Stock Kxchange which IS undergoing a major reform as a result of the study The big iMiard s|K*ciali;t were asked to .supply many details alxmt their operation:- ::inee .l.'n 1.    1959. including a detailed breaKdown of their professional income for 1959 and 196n, They were told to return completed qut-stinnnaires by March 26 In asking about the h.andling of more than IW separate stocks, the SKC dcmandixl detad»d information about sfKaiali.st dealings in the -.tocks a.s oi FViday and next Monday, Milton 11 (’a>hen direc'or of tht , In New York, the New \ork invmai ation, wrot»’ the >f>c> d-— Abi-affairs role, as indicated by the opt*rate at the officer level most-!Kxchange pn'-ident, Keith • that “que * ons b-rut p j'-Affairs bnal rating of vSuix*rior.”    ly and enli.stt^ men function in, fAinston. commented    ticuh r stocks sbeuld nut h taken raltxf Major Sharp said the 49(t'Jli support jobs.” he said.    i    Exchange’s    mcmb<*rs    and    ns above ail other rt'calUxi Army He-    had “outstanding”    esprit de    Major Sharp said he didn't spot membi‘r organizations will natur    formmce is si rve units at Fort (iordon    onrjis and praisi'd    the unit for    a single evidence of di.scontent ally ccwperate to the fullest ex    >tock. ha.* ^    ^ :tion ’’ FORT GORDON. Ga. lene’s own 4‘K)th Civil Company this week was le or that unde^ in support jobs,” he said.    ■    Exchange’s    mcmbiTs    and    as any indication that your per- esprit de    Major Sharp said he didn't spot rnembt‘r organizations will natur    iofn'ynce as    in    the    e the unit for a single evidence of discontent j^Hy ccKiperate to the fullest ex stock;-: has l>een in projK-the    four    companies    and    two    hoving such    outstanding morale    or uncimperativeness during ttw*    t^nt in this and all other phor.e*;    particu, group>    here completed their    Army    He lid the    spirit of coojx raUon    entire exercise. The two days of    of tlie Securities and Kxchange (.nd hown by officers and men of command post exercise was con-;Commission’s study. The Kx Th .KC would not ident fy the ae-    the unit war    top notch and espe-    ducted Saturday and Sunday. Feb    rhange’s .staff will al.so stand    stoi    k.s.    which    it    .-aid “were «ho- daily praised the unit for the part    10-11. and was held on an around-    ready to assist m making avail-    sen    as    a    sample” plavixl by if    enli:.ted    men    the-elock basis. The CPX was    able information about th<* vital    (’ohm told the sjnHiah*:t-    also “1 thought    thir was    rather    un-    held in the 49Cth's compan> aiea    functions that,go into    making fair    that receipt of the queaioiinaire usu i! N*cause civil aff.urs    units    on the post and followed immtxii-    .„id orderly market'    w.ar; “no! to b' t cin *rucd    as a _________ntely a 24-hour field problem Reporting publicly    la.st month    reflection upon you or vour    Viim ¡which n>eant that the pa{>erwork on its continuing inve.sligation oi or anyone eonneete<l with it ’ problems came on the heels of a the American Kxchange, known M-.{iy of the questions were skx'pless night spent in the as the AMKX. the SKG wa^ par    at    finding    out    whether Training Test markinj; the of their first four months of live duty. U Go! Frank W Meyers ,Ir., commanding officer of the 490th. announcdt that the .Abiienians had btH*n given a SuiKTior rating after tompleting the thrwday test. Thm* of the othtT units received Kxccllenl ratings and two g(g .Satisfactory. The 49Uth drew praise from all sources after the 24-hour field training exercise and the 48-hour command tnxst exeretsiv Maj. Dallas A Sharp of the Army Civil Affairs SchiMil here who served a.s chief umpire tor the 490th during its command post work said. 'The unit as a whole is very well organized and ojx r-ated extremely well in their civ.i NEWS INDEX SECTION A Sports ....... . . . 4-6 Obituorics ....... . . . 7 Amusements....... ____ 10 Bridge ........ ____ 11 Oil news ____11 SECTION B Church news . . . . . .....2 Women's news . . , , . 3 Comics ........ . . . 4, 5 Editorials ......... ____ 6 TV Scout ...... ..... 9 Rodio-TV logs ..... 9 Form news, markets ____ 10 woods. Maj Charle.s W Scott. pUuis officer for the Civil Affairs Area Headquarters at Fort Goixlon, was chief umpire for the field problem conducted by the 499th. Other umpires were from the Army C.V School and various C.*\ units on the post. ticularly critical of the activities n^u Voik Stock Kxchange WEATHER S{.H'i - ialst ^ have ong tiU'd in certain quc'tionable pi « t tees unrovei txi jin the AMKX irn*-.ti- ition. For exampU . they must s,.y if they are fin.miad bv olh«-r-: ;hare profits with oth»rs h.ive SLAYING VKTIMS Thtxse L iir sons of \rmy (’apt. Vin cut Madison and his wife. Sails, ere found .->hot to death I riiL y in tin ir h*»nie at (.X-lunibia, > ('. I he bay' , in a snap hot s= ril to Uteir qr o dint tier. .,ro i.staiKiitig from Itft» Brvan 5, and Ma; k. 7. oid ' it-tingt Hugh, 2, and \ it tent Jr., 8. AF Winphotoi Army Doctor Kills Family, Then Self By CVRl. BI.V( KM.\N GFORGl'.KtWN. Brgish Gui-aii.i \P -Demonstrators striking against the leftist Guiana gov-ernm«'nt ■■ Ihì-ImxI with polic'e and .et fire to the cf‘nter of thi.s South \merican colonial capital Friday. Britain quickly dispatched a w'U'-hip and airborne troops from th» Ue.st Indies to help put down the upri..mg. Three pcTsons were rerwrted kili»*il in cl.ishe; with |)oiii'e. Anti-riot forces fired into the mob    after    first    u.^ing    tear    gas on them Di-h ■intent wth leftu.t Premier Cbeddi    erupted    uito    dem- on*'fiiitions that got world aten-lum    during    th»    vi.sii    iiere    last w. 'k -it G-.c«‘n I’ -th - hu.s-h . Pnn* I h.i:-, on his South Ameri in tuvir Thi demoii'N'’ iticn -.celer-ited on Oh' ,di-'.t*quent .innouneement of .1 -..n ' ti I i.v tax p- -.,ram. .]    -an i;'    0^ I'    * ‘ India o'    i^in, - i"    *    1 !..    '-'nt    t aid    hu>- b ■*!(' o* 1—* t (,h ''aga;in and txa ■    !    \u\    •.    * J »net    J.ig.m, Fire    raeed    m    ■^v -nl    sections 0. ¡he    i»ii in-    ,r*-_5 -nd    fii' c-in V. t i.K :i 1. ' K b;. a K I of tioft' -    nd -to’i    vF'n    th v ■ t- ' ',r,y ■ to r .ch tn* bu ning P- t 1 M'm R, ^ -h 1-    ■ •nei.i! ’nki V 1 hi . .1 in c lik’d itx "ment w c died M-inday ■>nmcnl s heavy 1ÎV • into V o- ■ m Viet Nam Duty Extension Seen I s lU l’VKTMl NT or COMVII R( I wr vriirK bi itr vi .    »Wp.jther    Mm»    Vmgr 1;‘ \)    i...    j i- ABii.KNK .CM)    vu    iMTX H-iiib.    4..    ousin«"    dcaline - with corporate imilr* CUar to partl> c i<>ud> 1 miUl offjf.j-ijs    eonnt>4-led u ith I'.hrouBh sun«1«% Miiih l»oth d. >» <• I«-«    '*'* mnnet UO Wltn Major    Scott    said,    “(Hisi'rvations    tkxns    brokerage    firrm    doing by    the    umpires    resulted    in    many'soKim    vst tv.xvs    '    e.rtiy »iou«i>    businc-    with the    public,    m. in complimentar>' remarks of the'    turnir''‘’*r<Mii*r    s^uitdav'nt"hi    lonr    t»’nr. investment unit’s efficiency K.>pt‘ciaily did    »«»iitT    sunci    >>    h...    fitunl    or    hold dir retii'riary au- we notice how high the morale ‘nohtiiwkni iiws    »»sri:    th-aitv    ov    t any brok=r.ige at ami ...sprit.(lo-corii-- of Iho 4t«nh “Tm m,'; ':Sd.rmJi.r'i"r was under hardship eonditio.ns    I    ."rt.im    other quc .turn- se. ii..-e The rating of .Sujverior on iKithao “ 'uth    viuh    how    wlxaher favoi phases of the test is indicative of ^..^i^M^VrbiPli.tuuine'    s.:tuf!ia-' L's* 'ti has ba-n accorded mufu    I the inteivst, hard work an.l de.i-^i-'-    or    otli.r laree iiive.-.to, By MADtOIAl W. BRtmNF SAIGON. South Vief Nam 'AID votion of this Texas unit in ful Higs filling Its duty to its country." yrwiaiy Cw 4(i m .1*» ;w 37 3/ iKl Cixilt-r Siiturda> nii ht md Sklutdii« " TT'iei B VII lU ^ Phase I of the thix’e-day test was the field problem, and i’hase| II was the command jx»st exer-i iii.*:e. The fndd problem eonsisíed of a tactical motor march. .Nimu-i dated atomic attack, simulated —The Pnitcil StaU’N is going to sitile >enous con.stHiut nces of their guerrilla att.icks, air attat kh. triple the length ot s<Tviee of -iction.s    ,and    gar;    attacks; blackout motor related st«»rv, Pg. 9 .A I'he Bnti-h note was a reply to ixiarche* .■<! 44 51 ,i*i *.2 High and low tor .4 and r II 1 -H! ? IM) iXI 4 ■■><» .j (to t> fMt « ti;; 5 trio (10 I! >0 t.' iO •’1 hoUl »-lidi' 'ntni.k-'t m wi|h the u.-e if .op6. ;; ■ itixl r;arke» tcchi* I '•> bi<u h-ii MÌing and the ’ ,piiu’ ' of e- k. ‘ in •u< h Hv Kl \r KHl I D (0!IMBI\ *    \1 wiie and four    en    i‘.    tn doctor wcr-' itiund    c    >'    to n th< 1 .-igut'    1    ’    Í \nt‘ • IÎI» .    '    I’l    ■»    ’ vs. ■<*    ! n \> tine : I): V The (i-.H'tor, Ml.'    tt 111'hi to»' tli, . *(    ‘    .V»    1    ■ W ” ■' on h ■    P h I sf> >1 [i,rn . i Dl'PUtV Sir., ib .lilt no toiuut *1 ’■ tirnwd \t --..on t mint 'he nv. i'.fti With a Ttii’ \'- \c 'diet ■ Don th Í d B.i ' i lV( i -■1 1 M on I" 1- iit . I 1m (    ;>t V» '"O 1 tttr 1. dt\ ii'iOt t > ‘t 1 Olit h 1 I h ■i h a fi, •q. in*’ a ' ttvenins’nt ban i .tr !* ;v thou; iiids of '[o-er p»( id-**l lhioUe,h the <.'iy, f(,htn¿ evera. piun. d balties ‘h } Í -I - w^" tt icd to diNi>e; ^e n’t '. dll b.-.ir ci/- In one me '-‘iit liie |S)ltfe fired on t buck b    mob    in the - n‘ *r w t-wn, . . ;.;fi 'i' idoi - K-rt'''' Burn-Î 1 Pel* 1 \-Ji..t led a OI ’jovn    .    nNlr.itors ;    ; ’ t (.-■ >»tn around 1 'ii I' ' * n„ -n w to f >’e h mself as .• ! f it: -!    -, :.:i f U bUSj- wi re plot ling ij.,| .1 M. I" f M \V V,* ’ developed "power . SÍH“! with <* tear gas ■ e I ejxii led Uirnmg South Viet military stronghold the St»VH*l I luoJi, a N.im into a Britain and . CiM‘hainm>n Some of it.s Army men here, an inionned source r(‘portc<l Friday About thnn* fourths of the esti mated 4,1)00 I S. scrvh eiiM’ii h«‘r; are assigiUHl to a temporary six niualhs duty tour. Itul the intor mant said this i.s being extended of the 1954 G(*n»'va conference that to a    permanent    IH-month ttmr for '■pbt \'et Nam.    have sfKH ial re some    key    personnel.    s|H»nsit»iHties for    pre,>erving {M’aee in territory formerly known u Indothma , t nder the 19.M Geneva settle ment the nuint»ef of toreign military |H*rstmnel here war. limited to t»a5 men. The    I S iHiildup was startcil after it    liecaine plain a similar restrietion in North Viel at night; and a reloca-    '• I Soviet complaint ot .Ian 10 yon ot the unit at 4 o'clock in    u    .;    ' ilaming the I nited Stale for    o    i> .S«‘c 490lh, Pg. 2-.A, Col. 4 Humirt»t> at •» i> " The extension, it wa.- rejtoiltHl, api>lies to su( h men a.s pilots of the three AiTny helieoptei- com panics now stationed in South \ let Nam. Official infomiation <mi the ex tension was das.'-ified ;^t*ert*t or .•(mii.l™ii;tl^pivsum.,l.ly to pv.ml (.allintt ;,tu-ntion to thi* I -S. iiiih .[.jj.,    I'    s,    httii'oplor    t-oui l.iry buililui. that h.,s I:«-!. Earns    201) n»-n, on sin.... I).r..|.il«.f t.i k...-,. this .Vulhi.asl .\sian ...mlit...v from 1i.ll    \ „.ini,m. inE 1« \ I..11 ...tB < ..mmuni.sl »...f    „..„p rillas an.l mtlltrators from .S.nih ' ..'‘ttt.    .v.ii..ii filiHt utK>n    At l.'i.st tw.i h..|- A British note delivered to the    have t>4*en lost, fiut no $».viet Kmbas.sy in Ixmdon    ^.,4.    kilU*d    in    tliem charged North Vudnamese author Vietnamese helicopter pilots are ities were pursuing a ikOk y of ,„ (-,ke over tlw iKKip-eurrying •'.seeking to overthrow the i*stab-    i.vtiUually. Aiiout too are to lished    government «1 S.>uth Viet    t,;,¡ning in the I ruled Slalt Nam by force”    ;ji, Marefi, it is    repoitwf The    Britisfi note r»‘jetted the    (,en I’aul D Harkms, ehitd of Soviet    contention that I’nitcd a iu‘w and exp.imled U S Vud States military as.sistance to Soinh N.iin command, flew to Honolulu Viet Nam IS aimed at turning. I* ruia>. He will eoiiter there with South Viet .Nam into a strategict,Sei‘ret;iry of Del»*nse HolMMt S bridgehead in Soutlwast    .Asia    ^ McNamara W    Averell Harriman, IU*fiellion in South ViH Nam'assist ant secretary ot .state for was fomented, organized, and in Far Fastern aff.urs Gen. l.yrnan part supplitHf and wfiolly tfireeted l.»'innit/er, chairman o| the Joint from the North, tiie note added,.('liiels ot Stall, FiiHlenck F, Nolt and it calUxJ on Hie Kremlin to mg Jr., U.S. amba.s.sador to South restrain the .North Vietnamese Vief Nam, an<l other defense and aiMl bring home to them the pos- Slate Departmuiil officials. New? Apli'nlv in >imilay - ¡nit abilmt 3vtpotttr-^tt05 ^ Pn*\ M*\\ hI l’ a^liion> Previcw of    1«»    he »liown f ridav Mt Aliilfi»*» W oiioio’« Club’* iniomal «prinit «iv li* »loiv» nittef wiH ’*•* ili.- rovir loiit** l«*alure (»»r sundj>‘i ^ miifir* ^    SfT\    it*«‘ r.iviur t mtolv Im» »    S^-rvii**    in    training    f»r    ih»* pimi H«nk wliiili MiMild »«»no* bìiIi alniiin war. Vn«f whilf il traili* tur ib.U nluiiialf a-*ipniii»-nl lliat il n«-vi-r iiniie», ih»- v»»hinlr*»*r‘ »f»» ».th»-r lilf—avinp wi»ik. \*M»< lalr Fililnr Kalharvn Dulf t» H- afunU il .»n»l •* •ì»»n «»f ih»- rr»« in-r* in di«' i'iuntay f(fi*»til«’i» 'I hc Ball S.'villa D»«»»r h.r    ihr    Ball ''rvilla    vkiH h»-    amirtiimt-u ihdii 111.111    ni    «ft-« »»ralinii#    Siimlav in ih»* ^ <Mn» n    t b»-rti»n». l'h»*    Philharninni»    l.ililtl»    <nT»»inl annual    fnill i» Man li t    al    ih»’ Aliilrii*- I    ouiiliv I    lui». Boi I.ommI Anifiicaii (.«•itrp«* .«»hinpIiMi i* |M*ilid|i- ih«- !i»*wi lukrj Vim-ri» an ol all , . . I«» Ano-m an» B*it in *»lht i i iMOitri« -' Mrviian »linl»-nl' l«*arn h«- wa» a “pui-rrill.» haihr; l iipIDh Mh«*olh**v» ar«- l«*hl ti»- wa» a priier.«! with “«in rs» «-plinnal militai v lairni- \-i.nri,«l<-«l    l*r*-s» nnO-r r«»ni H»-n>haB -»-It. ih«* -lap«- f»»r W a-hiiittl«*!» » hirtlnl.iv Vkith a luuk inin ihi» almn»! uilkimnii Vk»nhl iinap*- »»1 Aiiirriia * fir»t Pr«-»!«!»-!!!, Ifiua latest on the red-hot Stmt Invest i'.onferenee iinshethaH rave and other sfiorts. it tiv «••*- Armed Robbery Suspect Captured Near Weinert H\:-.KFl.L -HNS' — Hu;k CiHiUy (»Hiceii, Fruloy "fterno arre J«‘d a New México man al farm luíu.se south of Weiiiert í jue^íioninu in Connection w¡:h ; <l2o<wi armcd robbeiy Mievcd f-íiui'ifti-íl iM New México ‘■•h-i iff ti.üth (íarretf identl lied tí'-' man War-ec W Gret'i. 'v.iv 4.t, who‘,c l.íst kuown t.. tire- - V»    (,I:♦^t^ N    M    Ht v»    . ■'•r-'.'fil af '2 tu pm ab-T 1«ií' otf ' c . re-''eiv's| „ tij) that th- m.ai w.inR-q toi- qu» stioniiiL; h . t't 1'1‘tlerai Buicau oi lins".tifi fion w.i    viatir:* .it    the    housc    ; l‘.': u!' 'jt th«> rtibtu-iy weie not i-íin'c.li ;tí l\ .iv arable llclpiff    .sIi.mJt <,..üi.ett    vvith the .11 u .! WHie U-putv pote Mercer, Ib'diWiiv Palrulm.'ui .b-sse Prie-.t a)i, st ai..ai-.i III lla-.kelb Con t J e \k» D.iVi.s ¡tiul Toni Paul h i iH’b,    I !’ii-c; of    *• (iieei'w.;, w.i.-- Mol artik'd .md .¡b- «HÍ no re-.: ' ii'ce when h<‘ w.i„ ..ppr*’he" ii-(j .Noit'j.in I iím:.!, \S. Iiit . l alb I Bl iqent w » s tu'dulnl lo    >n tli«^ .'.1 - pt" t .'vaiiiid i .\t the liuic ol his esi tji(t*nw-iv h.ui 111 lu; |«ts t -%!on toui SIDO tnlls and '. v eral $2ii bill.s. Slterib tiarrett saul he uiidci Uüoti thiit ttu* .sus|H(’l was lo b* (pieslioiUHl alroul a $12,000 rob bery. and that theie woiild ta sume questions al»out arme<l hoidup in New ;C- r.. tx 11“ nf w ■ ' I - \ - d> r ■=•11 . - Í* '.If Í hv :.'R I *■■•' It*' .(*•• when bn VV hi to t‘'i h " to -1 vv 1 M ‘ W hi h, , , . 1 lint pp« ed ‘ h.,.^ , { t J nk or lO J ‘ * i'te t i 1 1 ■ i\ It;! itt'i 1” V ' 1.' ( t ^ < ' ( - ■ ' 1 ? W *..| **•! V It i.l; K M k. Í i - : , J - - ' ‘ ■ ii 1“ V - ? 1.: »1*01 ! 1- h . \S.. ; 1 1 I I ! 1 ' ' :.'l! 1111*111 ;.i M. J oil ' Htn tound ' !■ f-wn the ! ' ' 1 a H- . Hi .. f M. ' ■' ;■ •’ ■ • ■ Sre 1 llfU' K.t M !|i. . - .-nt If.v :i' tul .1 at ot Ri II on's was flying iK.i ,0 the-I), oí alx)ut lóti H .liipa.iif Heg- IM)( HHl, I* V <11!. I s«-«- B Dt'leri'M Mituslrv in .Hi' ' ed that two addi-I    '    » - tiom the Kast I I '•((•;    *    "    ‘    .    « d on ' :    1 I a ( I. ! 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