Sunday, May 6, 1962

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRUNDS YOUR WORLD EXACTLY IT Connally Leads; Yarborou Gov. Daniel 3rd; Cox Leads GOP By ROBERT E. FORD Amttlittt PKM Staff Witter John Connally, Fort Worth law yet, took a substantial lead in the six-man field Saturday nigh in the race for Democratic nomi- nation for governor of Texas Don Yarborough, young Houston attorney, vaulted into second place. Yarborough, 36, backed by lib- eral elements Including most of organized labor, shot ahead of veteran 'politician Price Daniel who was seeking nomination his fourth term. At that point, partial returns were included in the count from the vote-heavy cities of Fort Worth; Dallas and Sao Antonio, but not from Houston. Yarborough, no relation to Sen. Balpn Yarborough, D-Tex., de- clined to be called a liberal des- Race track betting legislation: For against 103.014. Abolishing poll tax: For 980, against Republican: Governor: Jack Cox Roy Whiteenburg 3.0J4. Lieutenant Governor: Kellis Di- brel! Bill Hayes Congressman at large: Des Barry Giles Miller Joe Phillips Race track betting: For Abolishing poll tax: For part: For For pile his liberal backing. He said be was a conservative in want- ing to preserve free enterprise. With a substantial but still not complete count of the estimated 15 million ballots, Connally held a definite lead in the six-man race. Jack Cox, who bid for the Democratic gubernatorial nomi- nation two years ago, had a large against Padre Island national 'or against 649. Padre Island state park: ,304, against 555. No Padre Island park: ,560, against In at least two large cities, Houston and San Antonio, voters still were lined up when polls dosed. The law permits those in line to ballot after the polls technically closed. Incumbents took leads in con- gressional races. Only in "one race, the Seventh District, did 'the' incumbent ap- pear to be in trouble. Rep. John Dowdy trailed. Results for one U.S. House race percentage of the Republican votes counted in that party's each primary had sixth Texas primary in history. CONNALLY AND WIFE VOTE IN FORT WORTH ex-Navy secretary jumps in front early 5 Polaris Subs ATHENS, Greece (AP) The promised more when they go in Western allies approved a U plan Saturday to share atomic creU. Then, to bolster defens the United States .assigned fi missile-carrying Polaris subrn rinet to the Atlantic Alliance a Checks Tale SNYDEB <RNS) A 28-yea eld man who told officers killed a man April 23 and dump his body in Lake J. B. Thorn near here Was being held Satu day in Scurry County jail f questioning. The suspect was arrested Childress April 26 on charges Mealing a car from Seymour. He told officers he pawned th pistol used in the alleged slayin at a Big Spring pawn shop. How ard County Deputy Sheriff Fer Cox located the pistol at the paw under an assumed name. Scurry County Sheriff Earl Ab Crcrpmbie, who brought the ma herr from Seymour, said he atiil investigating the case a n that no charges have been filed Here. Abercrombie said the man, for merly from Snyder, has served time of theft charges filed i Scurry The man is wanted on ca theft charges in San Angelo and in Abilene. NEWS INDEX UCTIOM A service. The nuclear-armed submarin remain under American co mand, but as of now, they .under technical control of t North Atlantic Treaty Organ zation. This means they would fall der actual NATO control if w broke out. The word on the. Polaris su marines was given the 15-nati alliance by U.S. Defense Seer tary Robert S; McNamara durin session here of the annu spring policy review by NATO d fense and foreign ministers. The Polaris oner bolsterec American appeals for the Wes em allies to beef up their conve ional ground forces, which th Jailed Siaiis considers an esse tial part of any deterrent fore The alliance earlier approved ar-reaching U.S. plan to furnis actical and strategic nuclear i ormation to the NATO powei hitherto stamped "top secret." In accepting the U.S. plai VATO also agreed to formaliz (uide lines on the possible use actical atomic weapons in wa (In Washington, State Depart ment officials said that .the U ffer of additional information to lie allies on such things as th eploymeht and target objectives rf nuclear missiles does not re- uire new authority from Con ress. (Special secrecy in the field __, uclear weapons is imposed by Atomic Energy Act and ap- lies to what the act labels ricted data." Restricted data i efined as covering the design lanufacture and utilization of nu ear weapons and the production weapons grade nuclear rnateri J. The term utilization as used ire, government legal exports id, refers In the narrow sense the know-how for exploding capons not to the broad military sense of the tactical or strategic employment of weapons, i United States has, Mi at tatt The United Status has rV narhM stew hi (tot tatheeMem teetk NhM coMtructten er .3. piaas can of 41 Each I armed with nuclear warheads. Since the submarines will re- main under U.S. command, their assignment to NATO duties will not run afoul of the U.S. law which vests solely in the presidenl authority for handling and use ol nuclear weapons. Direct transfer of such weapons to NATO command would require revision of the'law'by the U.S. Congress. The secret information concerns such delicate matters as possible targets, technical evaluation of !he destructive capabilities of var- ious atomic weapons but not data on actual bomb contractions. ?riday to support President Ken- nedy's diplomatic probe of Soviet The proposal to legalize race betting lagged after churc and other groups fought the r< erendum bitterly. Daniel, campaigning quietly .always but with a bulldog ten Icily, was bidding for nit fourtl (two-year Daniel has held public offli 23 years, including service in ti U.S. Senate. Connally, handsome, persuasiv Fort Worth lawyer, sought h first elective office. However, Connally is one of th state's most astute politician after helping in all Vice Pres dent Lyndon Johnson's cam Paigns and. masterminding scm of them. President Kenned named him his first secretary o the Navy. Returns to the Texas Klectio Bureau at H p.m. from 140 o the 254 counties, 18 complete Democratic: Governor: John reported. Unreported Democratic Connally 91 681, Price Daniel Mar shall Formby Edwin Walk er Will Wilson Do Yarborough Lieutenant Governor: Bob Bak er Crawford Martin 39, 502, Jarrard Secrest 33.928, Pres ton Smith James Turman Congressman at large: Wood Following Western agreement row Bean Manley Head intentions on Berlin, the atomic Russell Van Keuren accord completed the second ma- or task set for this year's annual spring policy review by NATO. Having completed this business, he ministers went into a more restricted secret.session to discuss of West and Soviet strength. Most-of their aides were excluded. Warren Moore Joe Pool Charles Stevenson Phil Willis Attorney General: Waggoner Carr Tom James AHS Senior Is Miss Abilene Mr. and Mrs, H. M.. Dubbs was hosen as "Miss Abilene for 1962' Bob Looney W. T. Me Donald I-es Procter 257, Tom Reavley Railroad Commissioner; Ben Ramsey Keith Wheatley Agriculture Commission- er: Evetts Haley John White 141.026, Criminal Appeals: Otis Dunn- gan W. A. Morrison 136, 676. Supreme Court Place 1: Meadc Griffin Jesse Owens 110, 044. Court Place S: Zollie Willard Street Race track betting amendment Saturday night, from a group of po, ffi goo against 107 411 leven local lovelies competing to ic annual Pageant. The contest is a preliminary to- an) the Miss America Pageant. The Hue green eyed brunette a senior student at Abilene High chool. Pint runner. op was Miai Leah onnaon, daughter of Mr. and primary was the Rep. Bob Casey and Claude Hooten race in District 22. For the GOP. the Jim and Hal Hendrix race in the tenth dis- trict was not in. not been in the JACK, JOYCE REPORTS IN AUSTIN Breckenrldgc leads Whitteaburg early Kills Mitchell Boy; Hail, Rain Hit Area Lightning killed a small boy in Mitchell County and set off i Howard County brush fire thai testrbyed an orchard south of Big struck. Harold Joe was knocked Spring during damaging thunder- down by the lightning bolt but torms Saturday. KJeetrical storms, light hail and ain stretched over a big portion f West Texas as a widespread area of North Texas went under severe weather alert. Billy Mark Geron, 5, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Geron, who ve three Vestbrook, miles southeast was killed when struck by lightning Saturday fternoon nine miles west of Colo- ado City. The accident happened rhen Billy and his two brothers, Tarold Joe, 13, and David, 9, ent to a pasture where they lived to drive in some cows. The boys were walking about 15 feet apart when the lightning neither he nor David was injured. The youth was born March 25, 1957. Funeral; arrangements arc pending at Kiker and Son Funeral Home in Colorado City. Survivors are the parents; the two brothers; son of his sister, Margie, 3; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. of Geron of Sweetwater; and the maternal grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Young of Sweetwater. About 100 acres of brush were wiped out by the fire which ;roke out south of Big Spring. Vinds clocked at 60 miles an hour hit Big Spring, blowing down five telephone poles at th State Hospital in the north part of the city. Service was disrupt ed in a section of the city foi about K hours after wires were torn down. Winds biew down a tree two feet thick in the yard of Mrs. J F. Ragsdale and ripped an air conditioner from a window at an other home. Fire Chief H. V Crocker said he had a report o whirlwinds kicked up by the thun derstorm in the northwest part of Big Spring. Big Spring was on the edge of an alerted area on a 20 mile wide line of moderate thunder- storms extending from Ft. Grif- 'in and Abilene to 30 miles north- west of San Angelo. Venezuela Forces Overcome Rebels CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) overnment troops supported b e Venezuelan navy and air force allied their way into coastal Car pano Saturday night and crusha marine garrison's revolt agains C. T. Jnhnsoa and a Cooper ilgh School tenter, and MCttd KaM Latsse MelBttre; daughter of Mr. and UK Mrs, W. W. Mcbttlre of IBB Aa- a senior at I' HSSM CMWraty. I kuk I ere AfdM from a frevp of Ihn resident Romulo Betancourt, of cials reported. A government spokesman sail resistance in the city had col lapsed and that the rebel leader and their followers were under ar rest. The number of rebels cap- tured not immediately avail able Unofficial reports said about 40 persons were lulled and wounded in what described ai a violent tattle for Carupaao, eaat of Caracas. BttMCOUrt bad dMcribed the M a Comnwiet. mm akttri at OatrxtyU hi M the re- fftM Prime MatoUr Fl- M oft by art tt NOtary pUce i Loyalist forces moved into the city from three directions over mined roads. The rebels fell back, breaking up their headquarters in a mid city high school, and started a sniping action from rooftops am nouses, the source said. WEATHER First reports reaching here told of the capture of Capt. Jesus Mo- lina Villegas when government forces occupied an electric power plant. Molina had been identified by rebel broadcasts Friday as the revolt leader, The informant said another reb- el leader, Lt. Enrique Monterio Montiel, was captured on the! Venezuelan resort island of Mar gurita, about 50 miles off the coast. He fled there in a launch the informant added. The third leader, identified as t. Alberto Osorio Jordan, wa captured earlier, the source said Meanwhile, an Interior Ministry spokesman said that enlisted men participating in the uprising were refusing to take orders from their officers. Earlier, Interior Minister Carles Andrce Ptrei announced that int- ernment security put dtwa what he called a rislag In Caracas early morning. linked K le die nvolt. Ths neerted Atr Mai (er reheat I In a special forecast Shortly after nightfall, the weather bu- reau also warned of scattered se- vere thunderstorms, isolated hail and locally severe surface winds in an area bounded by lines linking Denison, Dallas, Abi- lene and Vernon. The alert, in force until tarn. Sunday, also covered the terri- tory north of the Red River" to 60 miles northeast of Oklahoma City and 15 miles northwest of Hobart, Okla. Light hail was reported at Lake Fort Phantom Hill near Abilene, at Hawley and Avoca. Hail at the lake and Hawley was pea sin and was not believed to have caused damage. At Avoca, hail Tom pea to mothball size fell but quickly melted during the rain. Meteorologist David McLaugh- in said radar indicated a line of hunderstorms moving over an area 30 miles southwest of here, ncluding sections near Bradshaw and Winters. He said Abilene was on the southwest corner of the alerted area. The weather bureau at the AW- me Municioal Airport and Air Force Base weather station rath reported a trace of rain. The inclement weather ia me durins a day of hot in Abilene where the mercury rose to 94 decrees, the the t record high for Anvil 39. Scattered predicted for Sundav and day Mclaughlin said the Ugh would be about W Sunday and 90 to 95 Monday. The Sunday nicht win be around little changed low of 63. WHREITRUB AoUENK Moniclpal AkfMt,