Abilene Reporter News, February 10, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1962, Abilene, Texas mt J^eporter ZXZ 3AV no3 <^Z6V 9909 X9 OD S31VS * AyiS WIIJOHDIN FAIR, MILD : fi<§-'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron ' 81ST YEAR, NO. 238ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNINO, KEBRUARY 10, 1902 —TWENTY RAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Oilman, Financier Ribicoff Said Senate intrd Pre$$ (aP) Candidate B. A. Duffy Dies ^ R ,\. (Barney) Duffy. R8, Abilene oilman and financier, died Friday at 7 pm in St. Ann Hospital Death followed an illness of about two year.s. Funeral details will be announced by Kiker-Warren Funeral Home. Final rites will be at Sacred Heart Fatholic Church with burial *n the mausoleum at Klmwoixl Memorial Park. The family has reijuested that remembrances b€* made to the Cancer Society. Mr ano Mrs Duffy have been Abilenians since 192fi when they built the home at luri Sayles Blvd where they since have resided Surviving Mr. Duffy are his wife. Merle Hart Duffy; a daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Ho|>e King and Melanie, both of 18.'i4 Klmwoixl Dr., Abilene; two broth-er.s, .limmy fXitfy of Mangum,| Okla., and Neil Duffy of .\mherst.    with the Helena,    Mont . Tex.; and one sLster, Mrs .Iame.sibriefly before the    Pittsburgh    Pi-    3    speech    at the    Yale Medical    ,\n \ir    Force siwkesman    said Burke. Oklahoma City, Okla. rates purchased him in 1914. He    returning    to Mr. Duffy was a native of Man-wa.s a pitcher with    the Pirates    un-i    Hibicoff    himself    declined    toiKindlev Air Force    Ruse    from a gum. and was born Aug. 18, 1893,    ti! 1919. when he    quit ball to    go    comment on what    went on at    th<‘    refueling    mis.sion    when    it    cx- the son of the late Mr. and Mr.s. into the oil husines.s as an inde- rneeting    splmled James Dully. The senior Duffy, pt'ndent operator.    And    he    declined    to    tell    news-1    The    spokesman said no para- an Oklahoma banker, died atwut    company,    organized    men whether he is or will be ajchutes were seen after the e.xplo- six weeks ago    that year at Wichita Falls,    was    candidate.    ision and    it was as.sumed mme    of Mr. and Mrs. Duffy were nuar-    manned by him the* “1919 Oil    Co.“'    He said    his only    concern    now the crew    baikxf out. ned .Nov, 25. 191fi, in Mangum.    shortly after he starter! the    firm    was to get President Kennedy’.<j The initial report of the    crash After college at Sacred Heart,    he went to Burkburneit to    help    legislative    program    through    Con- —before    it was identified    a:    a f Slviwnee Okla., young Duffy went that great oil field    gres.s    Plane    — said “a yellow firtdiall L into professional baseball He was    Duffy    heli>ed de- Party leaders said he told the which split in two“ fell into the velop some ol the first oil found n>eeting that the leaders of both just after noon, in Callahan County around the Hou.se and Senate in Wash-    plane, fitted with a boom NEW HAVEN. Conn. (Ap)-Secretary of Health, Fklucation and Welfare Abraham A Ribicoffi assured Democratic leaders here I Friday that he is definitely a i candidate for the U.S. .Senate 'nomination. I Key leaders, who did not wish to be quoted by name, said the former governor gave this assur-i ance at a meeting at the home |of Democratic National Commit-, tecman .lohn M Golden. Ribicoff met with Golden, Ma-i yor Richard C Lee, and other' key party leaders in the area. Some of these leaders quoted him as saying he w’as an active, candidate for the nomination and! Reds' Nuclear-Race Superiority Feared AF Plane With Seven Aboard Down B. A. Dl FFY . . rites pending HAMILTON. Bermuda L\P)-A would go all the way, to a pn-ip g tanker plane with seven men mary if neces.sary, to win it    aboard explwied in the air like The meeting at Goldens hon\ 3 yellow ball of fire and crashed was not open to the press. Rib.*    Atlantic    Friday team    New*    Haven to nrakei Bermuda Yale near ;i U.S. Testing Said Needed For Victory By I.FWIS Gl LICK ^ WASHINGTON LAP)-The U S. ¡disarmament chief .said Fridaÿ new information on the 1961 So»> iviet atomic tests .shows the Red.< 'with another test series, might I pass the West in the nucelar arms • race unless the West te.sts too. * The di.sarmament agency dl* ¡rector William C. Fo.ster, ex-pres.sed particular misgivings that the Soviets might come up first with a missile able to shoot down attacking intercontinental mis.siles The development of such an anti-intercontinental balli.stic missile by the Soviets without a comparable western advance could, in the opinion of many western strategists, greatly alter the power balance in favor rrf the Cora, munists. ' Fo.ster's statement highlighted a day of continuing controversy over the nuclear test issue which saw these other developments; Ru.ssia—The .Soviet.s remained silent on Thursday's proposal by President Kennedy and Bntisii Prime .Mini.ster Harold Macmillan for a three-power foreign mi»« listers meeting on halting the nuclear weapons contest. ,\t tht same time Moscow roundly cn-ticfzed the United States and 'Britain for Iheir moves toward resuming testing in the atmosphere He also said that Communism! Said Pravda “The whole world front page coiumni.-f tor the pap is mk the greatest enemy facing    has become aware of the true er    Amenca, but the extreme right    value of the hyiXKTitical state- .Ahelton enumeraietl some of the wing element among it.s citizen-    rnent by the leaders of the west- ern powers about their concern The agricultural production of    over nuclear radiation and about ^    ^    ,    this nation gives it one ol the    their alleged desire to spare our ITie UHth District Court ©and ,îr 21. of 1;109 Sewell, both ch.'irg- ‘lou mean what    do 1 ininK. ,, laeniity ot the seventh man. ( ommeM e haiuiuei Frui.iy night “It i.s one of the few nations in ^reate.st weapons again.st any na-    Pl^net from nuclear explosion.s ” jury inquiring into allegeti aetivi- ed with Iwirglary and Billy J Is-'the ^he^líl responded    •^L(tione<l    at    Shaw    ,\FB.    St    .,    wa-    at    the    (    htf    Hou-ne.    the    world    where    more    piieple    die    ^3,3 |he world, including Bus-    Soviet government con- NEWS INDEX SECTION A Amusements ........... 2 Bridge  ......... Sports ......... Obituaries ........ Oil news SECTION B Church news Women's news .... Comics ........ Editorials .....  .    .    . TV Scout ...... Rodio-TV logs Form news, morkets 6 4-6 . 7 AW.XHDS PRfHIK V.M FKI.VCIP.VLS-^ The Junior (’hambcr of Commerce Friday Putna'nT'Then he 7n7his 1am!l7i»"gtorare t^iig 7e7v c(^|ierative in the tail and capable of refuel- night honored the outstanding young farmer Of 1961 in the Stamford trade area moved to -xbilene to headquarteV in moving RibicofCs legislative «n.c three jet air-raft at once, a:;a at an awards hantiuot. Taking part were, from left, Fareed Hassen. Jaycee presi-his bu.sine.ss.    program to an early conclusion.ha^ed at England Air Foree Ba e dent, Mrs. Kenneth Hansen, Lucders, wife of the honoree; Hansen, and Bill Mr niiiVv    SO that hc can get away.    Umisuma    It wa: a unit of the Prit* hard, the 1959-60 honoree. In background is Orbie Lovvorn, chairman of disLered ^r helM    Congre.ssman-at-Large    ;    the auards commiltee (Staff Photo, «•>    Ho    had    ,ar«c    K««al.,k, of Mondon ,s .ho «">>; 4, 2 3 5 6 9 9 10 oil holdini;. in H.n.koll (onniy.    candidate    for    the    nom-    M^coikors'    from    Kmdloy. N’olan and in Tom .ir.K-nro.rnty. ¡nation.    soarol^d    .he    son for p„,...-.ihlo Much of his oil operations were    Rnn..hiir-.n    and    wreckage ihrouiih t»o eontpunics MG '„„hont and is an announced Hnsland AKR at Alosandria. .0,. ,n.oro.sis and B A. 0IL.MAN. Pg. HI A. ('«I. 3 third term.__ C:i}>t John B Tracy ,lr . 2.'> Syracuse, ,\ \. Capt. Game.*; G Wilhnnks. .}o 'Decatur. Ga i T, Sgt Era P Horton, ihis Tenn, No Indictments Returned As Grand Jury Recesses Lueders' Hansen Named As Outstanding Farmer \Nichita Falls RecordNews. now Mrm- Hv BOB CIMIKE Hcfxirter-.Newii Kami r Uitor STAMFOlil) Kcnncfh Han Airman 1C Guy I,. Puwell 2r:, -»'li, 29, a Lut*<lfi> row-vrop farm-jl’uyallup, Wa.A-h    er >t(K’kmaii. wa.-- named Slam-    things which make .Vnienca nne ship j Airman .1C Ralph E. Heutzel. v Oiit.Mamling \dung Farmer of (he greatest nations in ■W. fremont. Neb.    ¡,f    .u    .t    .lunior    (    hamher of world “Yes.” he was told. “There’s a lot ol husine.-s going he said, “but I haven’t bei*n tie.s related to I he Taylor County Ix-ll. an inmate at the state pns-shsTiff’.s office and city jiolice- son. forgery and pa.s.sing, men reees.sc*d Friday without re    Dislrut Attorney    Tom Todd, turning any indictment.s in those    of \ f) Parrmo , 50, matters — but with word to Judge    with    hahnual    check    swin-    up    there    I'm    glad    they    <thc Owen Thomas that it plan.s to ^vas pas«.tHl    jury    are    investigating    and    I    wel- rontinue the investigation    giand    jury war taken on a come an investigation any time” not avail.nble. The award wa> prc.'-entixl by overeating than trom starva- ,    .^3,^1 trolUxl newspaper neglected to WEATHER W» VTill K HI HI %( VVralluT VlrtD, I = ,u<' i- The jury advisiHl the judge that four of rounty jail by SIxTiff J D.; The sheriff was asked if he 7^'i. It would like to nwel again Feb w<KMlard and Chief Jailer Jake       .h.,    m'h    “'.‘.i'l, 2h March 8 and Man-h 15    V\a--«n hifore thev ofticiallv re ^    ... D^roy Langston of 10 Harvard ,.o^„od Throughout tlie laur mem    '^dnes.ses.    He    .said    ci.ii;.:;'LViLrUiL    '    w.I'.’. PI. .said ilM> s|H‘i'ial inquiry will f,,,,., ^f ff^,. p3oej    several'he has “lots of them” and will    v""*' Ih* continutHl at the tufuii Biiî Pritch,!;:* of Stamford, rcci- ^"‘*11 pi-ani Ilf thf honor in 19,59. the voar (he Ja>.i-c'^ inaugurated the program, 'ItU'if wiMc five othi-r nominee.' for ttif I'l«»! .IW.ÜAÍ They were M l.et.ilfi \o.sck. lit 3. Bohfn .lone' might have anyone to offer the    da>!.    Ts'to'Vn'"    Lvnn    Ufiiie    Ht    3    i    lenient    Hah- HU iiivvV.sT TKWS (    t.,    I,.,,,    Ht 1 aut! Fie,f iKment. Hi 2 ad '.i siamimu E.uti oi Ine youiiY farmers was iH* continutHl at the tufuie ses- (j^ostioii.s concerning the oivra - have them available any time the ^ Yn?'» ((■ m u m. n.\v. '    I-.e h oi Ine youiiv farmers was Sion-,, li «as unilcr-it(io<i the panel .„„I ,„h..r »orkuiR iKilicicy ¡jury miiihl «ant them    '    ''    •    "•    |/U may moot iho full aook »1 Koh ro.1,1 s.yid alter Iho jury ro,s.r1-i    ^    ^    ,    ■“rTÎKn'iuL-Î IrTrC-' r,„ 26 With one - day sesMons on (lie ojj fo    Thomas    that    he    wa.'    kuiuu.k    i    r    ju    y ‘ init|.j-.,nu .ii..i.i.nr-    -n.t    v.i    in    a i .»r.in itt. c of judges i,t-'rp other date.s.    satcfied    with the progress madei<hr«ugh the three . story jad.    e    i ..i liyian t.rc.iton, Ve, Judge Thomas taikisl briefly I ir by l he panel    basement    and    giXHinds.    Sheriff'’'“*'''    Vi vfom vm hi ^    lu.o    !    .n    ve-n and (. ‘ taiothci' ■ • «éW    III    ««S    t    k-A    I    iWak    *11    ■*»•.    èkk..-..    fcik... m..... FTI fit.    i    '    r    i    Ik    «>«    I      ...    .. 1 «0 Romney's Decision Due Today Hansen is a native of the Lu.xl- say that Ru.ssia first ended the ers CiMnmunity He is the son of moratorium with a series of Mr and Mrs, Gi!l>ert Hansen, who‘«Jbe-air blasts last fall, which live on a farm north of lAieders    leaders now say is He married the former Miss J»stitication for western test re's vonne Haivdrick of Albany ,n ^»un'H'on 1951 They have two children. Becky, 9, and Bryam, 6 Haiu-cn opt'rales a WKLacre farm ot which 5.50 acres are in crep land He began tarmmg f<>r him:-elf in l‘(54 He own.s three France—The De Gaulle govern-ment announced it would not join in the U S British aptieal for a foreign ministers rneeting And it said the 18-nation general disarmament conference starting in C»€-neva March U. in which France with Ih** grand jury, which re- Langston .-.aid the jury had no Woodard told the panel he was ported four indielmeiiis in t rim puf.lic* statement to make concern- j^3ppy (q have them investigate ina! matters He s.ud the panel me what it may have learned .    ^ II k    .    I    »i u r,M 1    i    u    hi.s    office    and    visit    the    jail. will lie in st'S.sion until March 19 Ihe district altorncy said when when a new jury will Ix» impanel- the jury rmmvenes Fch 26 it will:    to do the tiest ed    continue inve.stigation of the sher- we can." he said “We have noth- Indictment- were returnetf Fri iff s office and ’’any olher law jn|g lo hide ” day m the cases of Billy Ray enforiemeiit official, for that mat-' The county official said ht* wish- and ter Eaves of Athens, forgery pas.sing and du*ck swindling iiiim Raynor Dowdy 17, of :J50 Peach and Rolwrt (lordon Bond reaction bv luwvmen »8 50 57 :a Uiiih iiiil'.-i He Olid Miv Dtvvorn will ernur of Michigan , .s a listed participant, shows lit- •TIU.IT M. (    R    m    "'‘■‘>'<""*¡■''■''"<■'''‘^■‘'''''.11«    promw ol brmsms at»ut •'» rilolT \l (..-o..,« R«m    ,h,    ..„nuwr    and    comr.l.ut.on    to    the    prob. prrtps r management jem of disarmament ’ II .«..Kiw. r. ' (esHlut-r    The    French    have    long    main- H* publican    ,,    member    of    the    Lutheran    disarmament -arn- iHimmalton as uandulate for gov phurch. president of the lAieders    through    a    halt    to ight last 111111010 “guidance ypph* beyond Hwit of m.tn ' on whether •f'.»“»« Oifiiu D.;vv;;!0. ,1 .Livree, was 1h‘ 'hmild se«'k the vii.ium.in of (hf .tw.U'ds and Ml ' ILiii'cri j(,)nuK-y^ pn-'ident of Ami r oi the Shackelford Uountv A.si ^ .    I    .    .      •'    ----------- -    „    .    .inrt j.-m i„i 2Ih«u.f- VC I .1.    txi    every    grand    jury    would visit '* uuh !.n<r’R..k’“>Mm. i„s, Wli- .^1 itt'flllMlt.    IKa    itiil    .¿IDil HiiriH taut lllMht h Sheriff Wmlard was asked his    *^7    a    l- i    7    ^''unlfrh/n*    . . Before    the jury    recesM*d    Friday    ’    „L, «»nith.    ♦ H-iroiwifi rentltn.    .11 Its memlxMS heard from six Humniio at » pm ;r. • oiupaitv ' li! (li i;U’ vlu ie nevf Saturdav    Muiots    Uoi    p    . fi.is promu-Yd .('oiiiniittee fu- Will lumpt'te in a statcwufe df^jsum    on his political luture — “— (liiiirst -.¡Minxfitnf hv the iesas^j ^ g    3,3 news confeiencc ■luriot ( fi.inihoi ot < ommcrce for j^3^^^,da>.    Mu'higan RepublicarL' !iu uiiisLtiiua.u tarmer in lesti' ^lake no    Iwincs of hoping for - ‘U    •    33d    3f.p    sugge&ting gub- ( f a'f Homecoming A..sn ‘mi a member    nuclear    devices    but See N'lt l KAK, l*g. 10-A. Col. S ■t I in ) i*itr lirst    >>itiul(iy    ts    In ¡Tilt Ubilrat i\tpotttT-.^fiD5i it I90lir»s I'ifsi 'I'raiiiiiio Pliax' MiileiieN 490ih I ivil ^ifiiir- ( i>iii|mii>, «11 .n-live dut» Ml f ort (»oiifoii, (iM.. i* witidins up the lir-l plia-e of iIm Ir.iiiHnK |iiO|rrrfiii .iiid gi'tliiie -ri («u a iifw one. C .i|U. Jai k Hiihleii id the t'lOlli lepiMti., I» illi rIoi v ailit piiluiek, in    H«    |iorler-New    », it N'alciiHiH* SfasiMi 'file Nalentine -eM-oii i- iii.okej "simdav on the »ov*r |>.i»ie id the W lino II*» "seilion with |OilUit- id i oii|dek M hohe eiiKMseinenl- aie lieins .innouioed llii* Heekeiul. ’A’ Hula Sioma l*lii SwiM'tliuaiis jxM sons Sallie Mae Williams of Abilene wa.s the first ptuson calk'd Fn day morning She was foUoviHl by Floyd Hickman, also of Abi-i lene who wa.** closeted with thei panel until mxin    j Also ap|H*aring Friday were Johnnie .Mae UiKik a county jail inmate awaiting transtei to sl.ite! prnson. Wiilie Foxworlh of 5.3.5 BiHiker T Washington E L 'i*ete( Bearden lorrner jailer, Dt»j>uty Sheriff Garlaiui N Elli Pablo Garcia of .'jx aker was Gl; nn f. 33(0,3.,} sin cess could lead to It..11, toiin. i farm cifiii.r at the ,;yj» pn-Mdential nomination —........ Rumney is a ilevout man who hi-id' an ofluc m the Church of :.k'U' I hi 1st of Latter iiay .Saints equiv.deri! 'o ’.»xif of hishup Strike in Paris Is Aftermath of Riot Bv    ANGHlfV    K’    !,■    t    iLauvst ailcmsl jioo* sav F’AHIS ! AP Pr» sid»*nt Ufi.ii It'S aucrv in I'oiUroiling the not de tiaulie s ;40Vciimu*nl, caught I'fic -inke t all dicw wid»- >i*p tfu' si.Of Professor Says River to Blame . , . dif kaluri-il III N iiiiiurr* Si-rliiin SiiiiiLiv. -t-rif» III ihi* W nnii-n** it    iIiu    W    oiiium'.h    SrcliiHi Junior HikIi HijiIiííkIiIi. Ifuinrt-» Jt*f(i-r»im , rej(iiÍHr puiuiDr kuluiot 9unil<i>. linslcvtlntlL Inwh nnd All thv LatvM Sjnnts the»r and son, and Pablo Garcia of KMio hclwcrm itnrta Umifis of tlu* jmit not «»nlv fiom Uoinmuiiisi' l^ucuxt    rii-tit wing S,H-rei Army    tirg.mi fiui also Sina.iLst and Uhiisluui - A register kepi b> the jury ba- .¿3,3,3 Comnniiiid kxl rioters Hum.ui i .aholic Lil)oi unions Bv .IFHRV f‘fLI*.\Hl>    tOws dieil in 1912 from drinkinif \l sriN ' VP* — \ geology    pi<>-    sally water in the rivei He iHurned to lus h..me in sub- fe^m ed Texaf. Tech told the Tlie ('olorado River Municipal ino.tn Hioomhfid Hdb Friday Railroad Commission tcxlay that Water District is asking the com-..m    1 busy iLiy at Michigan s the l oloradu River ’ i« a fine ex m.s.sion to force o}x*rators in tht . on-Mut;on.d ( unvention in 7ati- ample of a river which is con Sharon Ridge ;md North Uolema* Slim    111-    1'    a    delegate    to    and    a    lorninaiing it.self '    Ranch fields to eliminate the uai VKf    pi*'ideal    of    the    convention.    The Hadroad Commissitxi    end    of >a!t water di.tposal pit.s and to wliicfi I' .ittcmpting to rewrite ed Friday il.s two day.s oi hearing plug two abandtxved oil wells bisu low ot l9(tf un whether ;-alt water dusposal E A Crowder, te.stitied that ai S dv lt.„n... v b..K«n a P"'    ,    '''    •"    l-r t.a. k h* >.-.Ar,« ako. «a--r 24-h...„ I,,.1 n,ui..d«y atJ.1 ».U.I h..    suny toupt,«.    thp    r»pr    b.,-anw    sally    «..«sh wouhI seek pravertul guid.ince dtrision prohafdy wiil not tc kill fish during dry sfxdls Ht mi Showpd 12 iKMsons .SSUP.I suh- ,    .    ,    ,..........,.........................................     Ka..:..y    , PPI.P«! at Ira», »»    Ä    ÎiT* ix-na. «Pir na, callrd Mos, ‘•»»'-'•«‘«I H'.day «„h a .,i,.kc- .„„I I„,m -„aipn.s. .a,,i «...    by    his    .hu.ih,    , ^ ' J' '    j;'"    ^    ‘ tlx‘se were person.s in an official Malkxl much of Pans for an ihc tust of other stnkcs and d»*m- ha.s fxcn a piactue ot Iws txdoie ’*    ‘    ^    ‘    "    '    i '    ,,    ,    ,    .    I    u pk'^ along Ire riVcr    E    \ .Sm‘nce geneial manager capa.'ity «„h Ihr shrnl s ol iciv h.aa-    a.    ...„...,„1    loilo«    ..■ailooy    .a.iioi- laas.a,al o, bus,- Ih    hi io .*Thl..v’I'*u'ah    stfike «as the n‘sull ot a ttie in.t    m.iiloa is mui-h more s..fnMis than ,,on [(.¿a .alt «.der poitutron 0( I-fnnJon Vi/e7    W    H<ihlev    '**    Violence    that led from AnoHier stnke w i alks! foi    Hoinaey kejM futuie ,3.^^ toni amination. Biand the river ’’has to he eliminated bt- Langston weie M.*s. V\ H MhUy ; .    victim.    f    said    fore    we    can    build    a    $», millioii cn ased that he would give up his E.u lier three ram hers in the dam “ AMi ixist lo enter jNildics tail    3,    Sharoq Ridge uU field The h«‘anng ixi the order t« to make aic ,0 fie fnineti Anuillg those loililllg the Ulte Jr of lllH la^ggelt, Howard Uiney    kovetiMiient s eftorC of 'fye, William H VanCleave of    |x*ace    in .\lgcria. Tuscola. .Mr.s. IFirolhy Boulter of    The    Fumiu*    i    l. Ovalo Stanley Smilh of i;i8.5 S    r.uioixaii uhmi    ,iim> m jj,,,,, vv,irk stuppact wc:a movielesuktxl that the nver has    b*va    ,|*3ke (he ofx*raturs stop umng    th» Piiliieer" U I. Dunwoixfy of W)2    Mgen.in in .„ tie'- Bnuitte Haidiu. who le Ttie \Mt txi.iid of directoisS    j,y,^    txdore    the    field    w.is    p,t' and to plug the wells is |H Svlvaii Dr, Lesley Bi'asley oj    tenunzmg    ils    f :>**■- CiuC.v •puitHxl a se* r»t *irm> tic conterretl with him for two twurs discovered    it.* settmd day T^enf. Mrs John Dt'Ford ot 3442    bombs    A Comimmi-.t- n-■nd h^i tuiais and hci fiird and then provtsumaUy schtxluled; Willard Gladjit«i, a Siiydei drill \ hydrologist said Thurwiay tiw, ,S KMh and Noble Tmich.stone of    tfemonstiation protostin.c eov- lui !• riul movu- diitH lui Hogcr a '|x‘cial nueling fur Monday tn mg ctxitraclor eslimsited that at pu» and oil well» are contributing • itt 1. Tuscola,    eininciil    failure    to    supprc    tfic    \ atlim i'hcy .itiended a mtondhe event that Romney decides least ->5 }x*i cent .ind iiuivtx* ¿0 to the pullulion of the Colorail» L. U Jennings Jr of 2L13 sSvI-y'’**^’**'! army erupievl mlo a hl,MKlv iiuit.ng .ii whufi the secret army B» b«‘tomc a c.ORtidate    t.«.„(    ,he    wells    in    tht*    field    River van Dr. was unalile to m<H»t with three-hour fiatlU* 'riiuistl.i) night w.i.- .¡"aiUsi tii .'|XHH-hcs    Hamney    fi;is mdicateii he woaldjwill Kive to be shut down if ttie, Fat Reevt. consulting hydrolugMt (the jury    Friday attenux>n Mrs. J‘**f''3*en Paris not ixiliee and    City    .iiid suihuibaii bus service    step down as piesidciit    and board    Uaiiroad Commission    enters    .m    foi ttx* Colorado    Water    Dudnct, iW H. J.    Brown of .Merkel was thousands of dciiunistra|ur', 111    a:.J much ol Paris buMrH'.s.s    and    ch.uiman of AiVlC it    iie ttuxi.ses    ord»*i prohif)Hjng the    use ol    salt    said the    poiulion    wa*    cuftviAf ¡absent in    the two - day .s**ssion.}which ci.ght pirsons wt*re kilknl    .ndu .uy halit*d .Subway and    suk    to run, but would    retain his    water dus}xisaj pit'    liom the    pits txkh from    iurftuM I Langston    advisetl Juitge 'lliofn-iantf huiKlitxIs injured    urban    tram .services were    hin    itrj.ooo shares ot slock    in Ihe auto    laiyd Holley said he had liveil    flow ami    seepage    Ihrixsgh giouiKi as.    j    The    walKout Friday was in jnu-idiicd.    jfirm.    ,ib    Ike    area    00    years.    He    said    M    formations. ;

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