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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               Abilene porter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 81ST YEAR, NO. 189 ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS West New Guinea Talks Win Okay Associated Press (iP) County Vets Service Office Opens G. Mac Bowyer "opened shop" as Taylor County veterans serv- ice officer Tuesday and wont right to work. Facing his first day in office. Bowye: also was faced wilh the annual filing of income question- naires by military veterans and widows. Bcwyer was named service of- ficer by (he Commissioners Court last monlh to (ill in the gap left by (he closing of the Veterans Administration contact office here. Offices for the newly created position are loculed on 'the north- west corner of the third floor in the courthouse. Bowyer said any Taylor County veterans, Ihuir dependeiHj or ows of veterans with service-con- nected problems needing ttie at- tention of the VA can contact his office. One of the more pressing mat- ters listed by Bowyer is the filing of the annual income question- naire. He said any person now receiving a pension based on mili- tary service must file the rcluin during January. "We will make every effort to take care of the needs of veter- aJis and their dependents through our Bowyer said. "Any- one needing any help wilh such problems should fee] free to con- tact the county service office in person or by telephoning OR 4-4701." Working with Bowyer in the of- fice as secretary-receptionist is Mrs. Carolyn Tate. She was ap- proved for the post by the Com- missioners Court. WTN'N new district attorney BHADLKV MILKS would fill vacancy No Conditions Placed on Plan THE HAGCE. Netherlands (APUa social tnililarv command spl Dutch government an-lup to direct the invasion if he! nounced loday iis willingness loiurcle.'s it. i discuss the future of West New! Quay said the N'elhrrlands' Guinea wilh Indonesia wiihouljis wiling to enter into negnlia-; setting conditions beforehand. jiions without making sclf-deier- Premier .Jan dc Quay read Ihejniinaiion of New Guinea's Papuan) govrrnmenl declaration in the.pomdai.im a prerequisite Previ- lowor house of Parliament at Hie ously Ihe Dutch had said they si art of debate on WeM Xow r.rsotialo only if the I'.-iji- juinen, last remnant of Holland's, nans were assured Ihe right of Bast Indies colonial empire which Indonesia has to. President Suka.no Monday Tllc, ,lbor Quinn District Attorney; Miles Files for Vacancy nans. j Foreign .Minister Indonesia lecenllv Subandrio ;aid Indonesia i hniRht consider "iving West New Guinea "a yieat measure fjf au- tonomy." Dutch New Guinea 159.0CKM square miles of moun- tains and swamps anj the scene County Attorney Nelson Quinn became 42nd District Attorney Tuesday and in doing so submil- cd an official resignation to the Taylor County Commissionei Court from the county post. Commissioners accepted the "with regrel" but look no official action toward naming a replacement for the office. Assistant Couiily Attorney Brad. ley Miles offered the only official application for the vacated post. Ie has been with the county of- fice two and one-half years, County Judge Reed Ingalsbe ex- pressed Ihe lhanks of (he court 'or Miles' application. He said lat- illing the vacated post next week. In accepting Quinn's resigna-.tax: judgment which has been lion, members of the county ad- istied to clear up a land tiile lltiniCt ll'P hnnfrf hnnLrnrl flu inn A 1__ t _ _ i _ rt of same of World War ii's GAME. UNCLE University of Texas center Dave Kristynik holds two esl been claimed by of his favorite rooturs, Kelli Ward, 2. left, and her sister, 3 after the Indonesia ever since it won inde- Loiighorns' 12-7 victory over the University of Mississippi .Monday'in'the f'otton pendem-e from the Dutch in Bowl. T'.ie girls are Kristyruk's nieces. Foi-'delails on the bowl games fee sports lhe pages. (AP Wirephoto) ...ihe disputed territorv ic for service he has given the conn- Merkcl area farmer, lo divert wa-jdhnir relationship lo rs ly and for the close cooperation ter flowing across his land into alnesians and are onlv ministrative board thanked Quinn A proposal by Joe disputed' r rf. .........in. Jim IE aim ttj t- uuiv of his oface with lhe board andiditch Inside a county road also'io learn self-government under (was approved after a lengthy dis- Dulch lulclage territory have no Hie Indo- other county offices. In a cluttered agenda of minor items lhe court approved repair- ing a dictating machine for use -fudge Ingalsbe and other by the City County Welfare Of-'bers of the (ward on the basisiace. Asked hy ;-ppai1ers what was Sukarno no hint of con- The proposal was questioned by'.cilial on after a meeting with his fice out-palient clinic. Judge Ingalsbe read a -letter from Mrs. Lou Wayte. executive secretary, saying the machine was requested and recommended by that sometime in the future the'.disciissed. lie shook diversion miglit create said: "We clenchedi discussed! Thompson Sees Gromyko About Berlin Negotiations (he medical association which lallti (o on some other properly. After ilhis." McDuff spelled out details of his: Then lie issued an order declar-'' plan and said he will use part of .ing that Dutch New Guinea AtlasCuard Found Dead Gerald Elton Edwards, al 7 a.m. as gate guard.' American Security Hanger al who came In work Atlas missile sile three miles eastlfi a.m., was scheduled lo work' clinic. The machine is (o be used! by the doctors for dictating case! records of patients. The expenditure was with the tmderslamJing (hat the machine, county property, is in essence being donated lo Ihe agcn-. cy without any cost to the City of Abilene which shares in oper- board approved his plans. Ihe projection- Hie Indonesian province of West Irian, lhe Indonesian I for UK? disputed territory. The or-'tj der also said the province is have a Papuan governor, a move' apparently aimed at Dutch public opinion and educated Papuans. Gen. Abdul Haris Nasulibn, se- curily minister and army chief of sinff. said in a New Year's statement that Ihe army is ready AI'STIN Procter, s to invade N'ew Guinea "riisregard- Travis DA Quits Post i A s candidate for attorney'ing risk of starvation. Ihe risk Judge Ingalsbo advised I he, general, resigned today as Trnvis.of hardship, even (he risk of boairt that the machine was an i County district atlornev old one which was originally pur- jan 15 chased for use by Ihe cmmty at-; of Lawn, was found shot lo riealh at 7 a.m. Tuesday inside the guard shack at the inslallaliori. Edwards died from a bullet hole through his righl temple, said Tay-, lor Counly Chief Deputy Rlu'iiff Gilbert Taylor. Taylor said I hat a .38 caliber .Military experts say Sukarno by "I am forming plans end nf (lie year will be able been Ihey are successful. I send a naval flolilfa against lie seveial years, jhave the privilege and Dutch military headquarters .an sa.'d wl1, cosl aboi' oar nas -lii W precipiia'.ion WHS' reroid-'" nil ,n Were.' in Dcccmbor up on the shyilfi c-lt-ar 
                            

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