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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1962, Abilene, Texas otter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT tvxw _________________________________________________________________ 1AV ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6, 1962-EIGHTEEN PA 1 N1IJOM3JH Associated Preu THERE'S GOOD IN EVERYTHING Mothers may be wild about (he opening of a new store, but for Gary Wayne Johnson, 3, it's a drag except for a big free balloon and soda fountain drink. Gary is the son of Air Force Lt. and Mrs. Wil- liam E. Johnson of Valdosta, Ga. (AP'Wircphoto) Leftists Break Up Talk by Kennedy TOKYO (AP) Thousands of students at Tokyo's Waseda Uni- versity gave Robert F. Kennedy R roaring, cheering welcome to- day, but shouting, jeering leftists broke up a speech by the U.S. attorney general. It was (he first hostility Kennedy has met on his visit to Japan. It was estimated the hecklers totaled fewer than 100. U.S. Am- bassador Kdwin 0. Rcischauer said they were "a small group of hard-core Communists and I don't believe they were from Wa- scda." Kennedy and his wife, Ethel, stood calmly on Ihe university stage despite the pandemonium, then lefl Ihe auditorium building through a rear door. Mrs. Ken- nedy was hit in (lie stomach by a gesticulating cheerleader trying to drown out the hecklers, but she quickly recovered her com- posure. "I think Ihe vast majority of Ihe students were the President's brother said later. "I'm just sorry we didn't get more of a chance to exchange ideas. I'd like to go back." Thousands of students swarmed about Kennedy's car as he drove into the university grounds to cheers of "Kennedy! end cries of "Shake my hand." KRXNEDY GKEKTKD BY STUDENTS i Attorney General al bottom center The American visilor was lit- building. Police and university s c DEMO, GOP FILINGS AT A GLANCE dministration would be willing forego funds for aiding public chool construction and higher eachcrs' pay, the President put hal contested measure at the op of his list. May 5 primaries. After Uvo late Republican en- tries, there were no further sur- prises prior to the Monday mid- night deadline (or filing. There could be still other con- Next came aid for college con- lenders, however, if applications ilruction and scholarships, which are given a bettor chance of be- coming Jaw. Third was an array to state executive committees of the two parties went into the mail postmarked midnight. Can- "special" education and train- didalcs for some other offices ng programs with emphasis on chose to follow that course. more support for science and engineering, medical and denial raining, and a broad attack on adult illiteracy. Whether today's urgent plea vould give the stalled teacher alary and construction bill a resh start was doubtful. Few give the bill much chance, vcn if revived. But Kennedy poke out strongly for vigorous government help. In the past year Jack Cox, .1 Breckcmidge busi- ness man who had said he would run weeks ago, was Ihe first GOPJ candidate for governor to pay aj filing fee Monday. Then, while Roy Whitlcnburg of Araarillo was flying to Austin for the same purpose, Harry Rcpuli- lican Dich! of ac- tually his middle into the race against Cox. Whittcnburg arrived a bit later and followed suit. Gov. DEMOCRATS For governor: John Connal- ly, Marshall Formby, Will Wilson, Edwin A. a 1 k e r, Price Daniel, Don Yarbor- ough. K o r lieutenant governor: Preston Smith. Robert Baker, Gene Smilh, Jarrard Secrest, James Turman, Crawford Ma- fin. For congressman al-large: Warren -Moore, Manley Head, Woodrow Bean, Russell Van Keurcn, Joe Pool. For attorney general: Tom Reavley, Waggoner Carr, W. T. McDonald, Tom James, hes Procter. For railroad commission- sioners: Ben Ramsey uncx- pircd term, William Murray Jr., Keith Whpllcy, Stamford. For state treasurer: Jesse James. For agriculture commis- sioner: John White, Evetls Haley Jr. For land commissioner: Jerry Sadler. For Court of Criminal Ap- peals judge: W. A. Morrison, Otis Dunagan. comptroller: Robert S. Calverl. For Supreme Court, Place 1: Meade Griffin. Jesse Ow- ens. Place 2. James Is'orvell. Place 3: Willard Street, Zol- iie Sleakley. Kor courts of civil appeals: First Dist., .Spurgeon Bell. 1st Hist., Tom Colcman unex- pircd term. 2nd Dist.. Jack Langdon. 3rd Uist., Walter Koch, John Phillips, Thomas Ferguson. -Ith Dist., Jack Pope. 4th Dist., Myrlin John-'-" son, W. R. Smith term. Sth Dist., Harold Bate--; man. Gin Disl., T. C. 7ih Disl., Alton Chapman. 8th Dist., William Clayton, 9lh Dist., Homer Stephenson. 10th Dist., Jake Tirey. lllh Dist., Esco Waller. REPUBLICAN For governor: Jack Cox, Roy Whittcnburg, Harry Diehl. F o r lieutenant governor: W. 0. Hayes, Kellis Dibrell. For congressman at-large: Giles Miller, Desmond Bar- ry, Joe Phillips. For agriculture commission- er: Harry Huhbard. For land commissioner: Al- bert Fay. 'our crucial needs have intensi- ied and our deficiencies have liown more he said. I Gov- Pnce seeking "It is imperative that such a tcr.m- Don Whillcnburg, an oilman and cal-Jcr statewide offices. to enler fornnl bids in the carrying out these ob- ectives be enacted this session." The country must provide facil- cralic Primary, ties for 14 million more ele- Democrats filing Houston lawyer, were the latest whose newspapers in family publishes! One is the new office of con-! Amarillo, ilorger gressman-al-large. It drew five; Assault Trial Goes to Jury nn'l n'so lelevi-i Democrats and three Republicans.; Tnc jury in the Edgar Johnson sion interests, polled IIW.OOO votes jsfate Democratic chairman J. Ed nentary, secondary and college students by said, or an Ifl70. the message increase of 30 per former stale Highway per alone Navy Gen. Will Secretary earlier arc! Wilson, former John cent. College enrollments wilt nearly double. The message gave few figures. Those were outlined in Kennedy's message. It showed thai (he rcquesled throe-year program; of classroom construction and iranls to increase teachers' sal- aries would cost S2.t billion over-) all. The program for aiding higlwr education would require mil- lion annually over five years- tor loans to build academic facili- ties and for scholarships of up to a year for "talented nml needy" .students. Connally, Commis- sion chairman Marshall Formby and in an unsuccessful race against Sen. Ralph YarlHirough, D-Tex. Diehl was among 71 candidates in a special election leading Cmmally nf Abilene filled out a filing applicalion but decided, less case, being tried in 104th District Court here, received the case be- fore noon Tuesday. Johnson, a nnd Kdwin Walker, the general lo a runoff victory for .Sen. Republicans in the r; relieved of his command in K-Tex. lieulenanl governor and (ban an hour before the is charged with rape of not (o run. la seven-year old Negro girl. There are five Democrats and I The case closed at 10 a.m. aft- many lasl year in a dispute over; Tlie (iling deadline alsn found indoctrination of his troops. for'er both the stale and the defense fiveirestcd. Six wilnesses were heard icrowdcd contests for several oth-'tion for attorney general. more Democrats seek the nomina- Tuesday morning, including tha Mahon in Congress Race; Asbury Runs for Judge District Judge Kldon B. Connally went down lo Ihe wire. Until his announcement, Ihe IK C approved onlyjot Colorado City filed shortly bc-ibcfnre making his decision to for thai office had only Dem- n portion. The fore Monday midnight dead-main at his present post, saying'ocrats in the ninnins. They were therefore aimed al ,hc ncwy Texas congress- he fell IK- bert serve IhSiAlk-n Glenn. Jabe Pratt and F.u- wilh abmit students. As Kcn-j.Vnalc Ins appeal that KitUiahl in the SHKC chairmanship. I Hawkins. nedy waited lo begin his restored to the hill. a disturbance broke out in front rows and several youths tried to climb on the stage. Small knots of strategically located young people set up criei of "Kennedy go home. Kennedy off (he platform. Cuba. Okinawa." Most of the students kepi quid, and the attorney general plunged resolutely inlo his speech, review- ing his brother's policies. When he said Itc would discuss (lie "re- sponsibilities of living in n demo- cratic strong applause broke out, hut jeering, shouting students in Ihc rear of the hall drowned out the rest of his re- marks, A college cheerleader jumped to the singe and got students lo singing the university song. The tcllists collected in the back of Iho hall, and Ihc Communist in- Icrnationale mingled with the school SOUK. The cheerleader then led Ihc students in school cheers. From the bnck the hecklers continued jeering, heaped up wooden chairs Bnd climbed on top of them, snouting, liomc, [.wive Ihe platform. Cuba." the I wo administration bodying segments of hills cm- minute filing >ost in May S primaries. fo: the A number (if rates look shfipe' Kennedy's i Locally, Abilene attorney Cior- program are new tins year. Asbury Jr. Tuesday an- ____________________jrnunced as a Republican candi- for Taylor I'minly Judge as WEATHER imind 25. IllKh Wrdnfsdar around nnd low H-hnun a.m.: 47 and 21. inth and saire date 32 77. Siinscl nlshl: lodav: A-jntcl lonlalil: NORTH CRNTRAI. TEXAS Fair W- rtav nnd WcctiUMlay. A MUr caWer Wwl- npsday. I.Ovv lonlfht 23 In (o .17 In Kljth 5.1 tn .soifrnwKST Kair lodas- Wwlnenlay. so fold in norlli a conscrvalive. Two Hoy Sk.iggs and .Noble Harris I have filed lor the Judge Mahon rcporleii from ......_ .......ct 24 State Senate in Tayioi County Monday as arc Democrats David Ratlitf liusl ot candidates filed jncumljcnl) Litimer and Im- llK- midniglit deadline. Mayoi. Perkins. The contest for the rounly's Iwoj A sh j ,he H-K.slative seat, expanded into an Pai.ty "-candidate affair with seven between incumbent fold ftvrr Jircn Wodncstlnv. l.osv M In north lo 34 In irHilnMr.fl. Hlilh X In Stock Market- Opens Irregular NEW YORK slock market opened irregular today. Slnndard Oil (New Jersey) dropped Vi. Pennsylvania Rail- roarl was up Vi, and Amcdcan Telephone waj unchanRcfl, Texa- co was off H, Austin Tuesday morning lh.il he had filed his application as a Democrat (or the nnv congress- ional office but had not yet paid Place 2 his filing fee. Ho said he filed about p.m. after it was definite that sons seeking Ihe Place 2 office and four for Place I. Ihc seat currently held by Trued I.atimer Mho is running for! the stale senate l.alc Democratic candidates for weic Abtlenians Pete 0. a farmer, oilman Rob- ert who h.is taken his against Abilene s opposition Ed Connally of Abilene, chairman ;lo Impact to the courts, and al- of UK Slate Democratic lOxecu- live (.'ommillcc, had decided not lo inn. Judge Malion said Hint his late filing was due lo the (act that he thoiiplH Connally had already [ilcd. "When 1 discovered thai Con- nally had decided not to enter Ihe race, I Judge Mahon snid. He indicated ho would net on payment of the filing fee sonic- lime Monday. A candidate has days in which lo pay the fee. loriiey Raleigh Uroivn. Democratic candidates for Ihe office include Brown. Johnson, Preston, Don N'orris, Mrs. Joe C. James and A. Kyle. Kd Tcmpleton, the single Re- publican seeking Place 2, official- ly filed his candidacy Monday with Mrs A. li. Klnm Jr., acting county chairman in Ihe ab- sence of Phil Bridges. A major surprise filing Monday was that of George Paxlon Jr., former Flying Tiger ot World War If, as Republican caiulidatt lor Place 1. and M. A. (Mike) George. Incombent Tom Wchh is unop- posed as Taylor County Democrat- lie chairman. Asbury. the Republican candi- date for county judge, was born in Pe.co.s in 1D30 and attended Abi- lene Public schools, graduating wiih honors from Abilene High School. A graduate of Hardin-Simmons University and an ex-N'avy pilot, he was a scout for a local oil company prior In entering Baylor University law school. After he received his law degree in 1356. be was employed by an oil com- pany before entering private law practice 18 months ago. Asbury is a member of the First Uapiist Church, the Abilene Junior Chamber of Commerce, Ihe Abilene liar Assn and Ihe Abilene Toaslmaslers Club. and his wife, (he former Jennings, at 426 Wntview. KI.DOX MAHON' for conxrcssnian-at-Iiiryt
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