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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               Abilene Reporter, 9909 Xe "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE wiuonaiH .0.EXACTLY AS IT URDAY FINAL 81ST YEAR, NO. 231 ABILENE. TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1962 PAGES IN TWO JOI1.V F1LKS FOR COMMISSION' as City Secretary Lila Fern Martin assists Treanor Files For Commission Machinery dealer Jnlin S. Trea- nor penned his signature on a document at City Hal! Friday af- ternoon, becoming the first can- Associated Press Gov. Daniel Plans To Seek 4th Term a new business. Abilene Traclorl Paris. Inc.. 4008 S. Trcadaway. Treanor came to Abilene from Po- Stale Filings Picking Up More Steam By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Political races began to bulge at the seams Friday with candi- dales rushing to announce and pay their filing fees. Just hours after the legislature quit work, political campaigns particularly the governor's race- began to pick up steam. Ally. On. Will Wilson, in the Democratic race for governor for .everal weeks, paid his fil- .ng fee and immediately blamed Daniel (or failure of the legisla-j ture lo pass a loan shark bill. Marshall Formby of Plainvicwj also paid his filing fee for the race Friday. Former U. S. Navy Secretary John Connally was the first lo pay his fee several days ago. The only candidate for the Re- publican nomination for governor so far is Jack Cox, a Brcckeih businessman who ran Visalia. Calif. He attended diddle of the IMS Oly Commis- ,110na College in California and ,-e-i Slon jceivcd a B.B.A. degree from the Treanor filed for the somhsido University of California at Los Place 2 seat vacated las! fall with Angeles. the resignation of Commissioner! i- i i g'atltln lle ogainst Daniel in the Democratic primary in Hay Orisham. Tlie aspiranl con- ferred wilh Cily Manager Hoborlj N. Tinstman, who briefed Treanor! on some of the current issues! facing the commission. Filing deadline still is a month i nwny. Cily Secretary Lila Fern' s lhc Houston attorney Don Yarbo- rowfih has announced he will make the race for the Democratic 'nomination but has not yet paid the his fee. Platform Listing 8-Planks Issued AUSTIN' Price Dan- reasons, not the least of which GOV. PItlCE DANIEL seeks new term said he will he a candidate Ifor a fourth term as governor of u nlcas With Jeep humility and session! I cere iH.rpo.so. I hereby announce] Danic, ho has been (he failure of Ihe Uiture to enact these enforcement in the m "ubllc offlct'- s Ihe people on law cii-i.. grcat for procedures, lo altilm tllL .statewide television audience' l-'riday night Daniel listed an eighl-plank! platform forcement school and college Thcre are man: financing of tourist attraction. a-ans arc capable of doing this I balanced budget and sales tax'-'0'5' kM know of none with IheJ revisions. Under Ihe law enforcement experience that it wil] take to gel done who has evidenced lnc Stale Democratic Executive lhc STILL, SMILING After having both legs in traction for four weeks, four-year-old Kathy Jo Wilson hugs her doll and smiles as she is pictured in the Craw- _....................... fordsvillc, Ind., hospital. An accident with a roll-away Valley. Later he became, iCommittce head quarters an-l Jan 12 lefi the girl wiih a broken leg and doctors of 29, the youngest Bounced the filing of two more; say both legs must be put in fraction iii such cases with children. Kathy Jo will be in this position for two more weeks. (AP Wirephoto) plank. Daniel supplied a energy, devotion and persist- lloan regulation bill, a strength- needed under Ihe present ]cned juvenile parole system, existing in our :hibition of obscene movies. amhstale- 1ne onb' reason that I have an updated drivers licensing this experience and dc-. subjects of bills killed lo the cause is because] the special session. iyou. Ihe people of Texas, "Two years ago, when enough lo permit me running for reelection as ns your attorney general1 governor, I would never have for six years then you per-i thought of olfcring al this lime miL1ed me the privilege of for another term, and I so years in the U.S. Senate; ed on several and l'lcn you have given mcj said. "However, during Hie governor the opportunity lo! year, circumstances have and plan for heller me to at least consider the tcr. and regardless of what has been said or speculated by other people. I have not during (he year said (o anyone that 1 He reminded voters that he got a million vote majority in his last f.KN. WAI.KKK announces plans Gen. Walker Enters Race For Governor He is a member of the Smilh- Marli'n said candidales musl make1'wt'st Clul) lllc thcir intentions officially Chamber of Commerce. He by 5 p.m. March 2. There I serves on Ihe Chamlwr's Flood fee for filing. Miss Martin said. t-'ommilleo. Commissioners have set lhi-! Treanor and his wife reside at election for April :t. JOT" Oldham Lane. They have Iwo lhc Calci pillar Tractor Co. j candidates for congressman at- appointed at that lime. large. The applications were filed by El Paso County Judge Woodrowl W. Bean, and Tyler attorney War- ren G. Moore. Bolh men had nounccd their candidacy for the post earlier. Jesse Owens, former judge of A second rominis.sion sr.it. (liaisons. John, n senior at the Uni-ithe 54lh District Court, said he of Russell Day. also muM byjvcrs''V of Texas, and Stanley, a sent his SI ,000 filing fee to the andjexccutive committee as a candi- lives date for associate justice of the filled in the April ballnling. at Texas Tech; a norlhsidc commissioner. an-jono marrioi! daughter, wlio iiounced recently that he would nol seek rc-clectinn California. In announcing for Ihe coinmis- supreme court opposing Meade Griffith. Jury Deliberating Fate Of Airman Ridgeway gubernatorial race, the largest er given a Texas governor. j'or would not be a candidate for[ Daniel alsn mentioned ilia! giv- AUSTIN1 re-election. I have purposely kcpl'ing him four two-year tcrms'C.en. Kdwin A Walker filed Fri- this as_a possibility for several would be only six months as a Democratic candidate than the time former Gov. Allanjfor governor of Texas In doing Shivers served. "Actually a total so he rejected iirgings by Sens, of eight years is no more Tower. R-Tcx.." ami" Strom (lie second terms which are D-s.C., that he not given (r> county judges and olhcr'cnler the political arena, county and district offices b e.j Walker, who has hcen aligned cause each term is for fourjwiih groups considered extreme years." he said. rightists, flew here from Dallas Here's the platform, paid his Sl.000 filing fee for sketched: .'the gubernatorial contest at the I. "Improvement of law of (he Texas State Demo- I Judge W. T. McDonald became Jui'01'3 deliheraiing Itx- fa'.e of room aboul three hours. They.3174 S. 2nd, Jlrs. Joe Borcicn noth city posts carry a twn-yejr' shin post. Treanor said: "I feel it is a civic rcsponsi- 'he fifth candidate for the sf K'dReway failed lo sent out for coffee after about IM0 Highland Mrs N K Soring 1 Treanor, a rcgislercd Rcpuhli-ihiliiy lo enter into Ihe affairs of nomination for attorney ircach a and .two hours of study of the case.! ii-! i i n u ran. has lived in AHle.ic for the-'ihe communitv in which one li'ves Friday. The "P ;l! tlic re-! The Jllrv rosunlc 3l2f Orlhcncj past 4'i years. He is president of; justice of the Court of Criminal "uesl al hv Dis-jaling Saturday about 9 a.m. of foj p" 'V ''llh- Treanor Etiuipmenl Co.. Mil 1 I fl h itrici R. Black. Ridgeway is being Hied on a! Tllc charse is based on Ihe Nov. i Treadaway lilvd. The r.l-ycar-old ,.tCCI See POLITICS, fg. 3-A. Col. 5 They hud been closed in Ihe jury charcc ol murder with a motor ls ll'nfic deatl1 of Imogenc iKisinessman npcra.rs the Cater- ,.nconceived ideas on how these CD BAN ROW FLARES but See DANIEL, Pg. 3-A, Col. 3 3-A, Col. 2 pillar dealership in ihis cily. Odes- sa and Pccos. In addition he recently opened NEWS INDEX StCTION A Sporlj Oil news Obituaries SECTION B Church news Women's news Comici Ediloria'r7 Bridge Radio-TV logs TV Scour Form news, market! .2 4.4 9 10 2 3 4, S 6 9 9 9 10 vehicle. Members of the jury are Rob- McMillon Boozer of For'. Worth. The case closed shortly after 7 Frondizi Bows To Ultimatum Ihe field, farming, and business will be of help in mak- ing decisions wilh commis- sion members. "Cily business is much like pri- jvalp business, except that it is j generally brger nr.d more compli- u-alcil Abilene operates under ai ;lhe cily manager carry il out. BUF.NTJS AIRKS. ArgentinaiMinisler Miguel Caicano and I feel Hie city Argentine President Artnroiwho headed lhc Argentine dclesa- should establish policy, and let'Fromlizi Iwwod lo military at (tie intcr-Air.crn-an confer- the city manager carrv it Friday night and agreed tojcnce. "Should I bo elected, f Id; reverse the soft stand Argentina1 Informants said i he look toward Communist Cuba atlwho has survived military the Pnnla del Eslc conference, land other crises managed t'oilf'1'' oil T 1'cevy of 2_'IS Cedarcre.st. P m. when Defense Atlorncy II. John M. Howe Jr. of .'1779 N. nth.: Edward Johnson offered a stipiila- j.Mrs. Waller Williamson 3WI agi'ccd lo by both (be defense jles. Jack D. Ho: ton of 1441 state. jwmKl. El. G. Ilcnson of !30- Leg-' Never Convicted I Isett. William 0. Beazlcy of 804 Me-, The stipulation. on a point! jaiuler. Mrs. F. Morgan of Hi 'that has never been! 5. Abilene. Mrs. Kuby Aguilar of convitlMl of a felony a recuiire- 1971 Briarwood, Laylon Holt mem under law before he could ___ be considered for suspended UfCiTUCD TfCAlnLK I not submit bids on any equipment jlo be purchased by the Trranor said. Allll.KNK AM I'.-s, VICIMTV iH.iniui Ridgcway's allorncys. Johnson! land Bill llutchcson. filed their; Itence the opening day of Ihe trial. District Attorney N'elson Quinn! For YOIII- Rending I'lcttsiirc Sunday! ffibe Hrni'km riil lit1 (llunr Ih.u.r. Favtii'iln Crralnrrs dr of SiinthivV ir tn ihr .Section. niiiijiir- }iirh IMII--I lir invitation I lie frjitnrrd on llic Arr lhc ifnys rrniurii-. Wrilrr Tom nncl iriir i Til riff Will of Amrriia'i uliirh III! Minirl Onlv linir  jircsrrt Hiinual of all llicse plus favorite features, the latest in sport While apparently preparing for a full diplomatic break with Prime Minister Fidel Castro's regime. Frondizi announced after a long soothe the armed forces chiefs by "xonni CKNTH.M. TKXAS agreeing to go along Milb Ihe full anti-Castro declaration at Punta del I-'ste. opened lhc argumcnl for the stale.! a attack on dc-j A sun7 fcnsc inferences that Rankin might I DK. l.F.F. IIKMIM1IM. ahinini solicitation J. C. IIUNTKR JS. building prugrnm meeting wilh his angry military; The latest military threat uas' chiefs that his government willjlouched off by Argentina's abslrn-' "comply with all resolutions adopt- j lion along uilli five other coun- cil al Piinta del Eslc." j tries on a key conference reso- The meeting was held amid re-i Union ousting Cuba from all Or- ports Iliat Ihe armed forces headsjganiznlion of American States had ordered their forces to slandlfunclions. by for possible action against the! Spokesmen for tho T.S. delega-' LJ .1 0.1 Frondizi government. The military leaders hand- ed Fcondizi an iillimntiim demand- ing an immediate break with Cuba and the resignation of Foreign lion, which led in other mcmlieis in pushing Ihrmigh the resolution, snid the ousler would prove juslisr'i'ni ns effective as diplomatic by individual countries. I cidental killing of Mrs. Roozer he- cause he iltankin) failed to gel ou! of the way. "There's nothing in this iharge." he said, referring (o the charge of Judge Black, "iliat says a person has to get out of the way of a drunk driver." Hulchoson. opening for Ih? de- fense, suggested prosecution of'1 the Ridgeway case was based I v .Ser PR. .I-A. Embargo on Cuba Being Studied WASHINGTON (AP> Presi- dent Kennedy was reported Fri- day night lo have decided to slap medicine ond which amount to some million annually. While the U.S. government has a total embargo on U.S. sales of other items in from Cuba. Tim United States has been buy- ing nbom million worth of Cuban products a year, mostly to- bncco. Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk hns said Prime Minister defer Memorial Hall The boanl I bid of and the clcctric.il Ihe Pnnla del Esle. Cruguny.iin a 15-minule address that inter. meeting at which the foreign communism has a "sys- isters of the American republics.' unanimously condemned the Cas- tcn1i1llc -I'bvcrsivc attack umlcrtfor an inlciim administration and low hid of H-SU Trustees To Meet Today Hardin Simmons Dniversilj's building cnmmitloe. Board of Trustees will acl Salur-j Hunter also anmmni-c Ihe day on the resignation of Dr.helling of contracts totaling Evan A. Rciff as president for construcliiin of a new set in molion the machinery to name a successor for the 54-year- old administrator. men's dormitory. The building committee awarded the general contract this week to C. B. Dates Dr. W, D. Irvin of Dallas, Co. on a low bid of chairman, will submit the plumbing, vcnlil.ition. air tlcnl's letter of resignation to and healing contract to tees at a 10 a.m. session in and Associates on a low make provision, contract lo Bond Kleclric Co tro regime ami communism as in- compatible wilh the American way in the Americas, cd by the present regime in a partial embargo against Ihe Moscow-linked Castro regime, food and medical .shipments have system. The OAS ministers been allowed to continue onjto lake specific, steps against' Husk portrayed the arguments appoint a special cnmmitlee to grounds that the United States islCnba slill friendly toward the Cuban Ithal took place among the Amcri- Fidel Caslro has been using thejpcople. though not the Castro dollars lo finance' Red revolution- ary activities in other Western Hemisphere cnunlrles. Informmils said Kennedy's no- lion would not eixl those U.S. I1 to Cuba limited to food and people Friday night on Ihe IHinla government. jdel Este meeting, snid in a radio- The While House expected ITV speech that the Uruguay con- Husk, reporting (o the American can foreign ministers as n sign lo have an nnnounccmi'iU Satur- day on the Kennedy embargo de- rision. U follows hard on lnc heels of fcience took "a long stride for- ward" toward wiping out commu- nism in Ihe Western Hemisphere. The sccretnry of-slnle declared'seiner. of strength, rather than weakness, of Ihe OAS. lle said this demon- strated how free nations could work logcther in a democratic manner, reconciling (ii e r e u t viewpoints and moving ahead lo- Dr nis hvin on .Ian. 2i and s.iid become effective July I, ihould a successor he secure a new president. An acting president is expected to bcci s al the meeting. cariii-r In other business. Dr. Or other prupt-r anange- lleniphill, vice president of Dy Of (lin-Simmiins in charge of nienl, discuss solicitation ut; 11r (o Hen- drick Mrnuirial Hospital Wcdncs- funds from alumni lor alnli'tic scholarships. school's building program will be reviewed by J. I'. Hunter! Friday day night after becoming ill that day. His condition was reported Jr. of Abilene, chairman of Ihc'and "resting quietly." as "dninR very well"   

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