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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 94TH YEAR, NO. 132 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS Price 15 Cents Associated PI-CM By ELLIE RUCKER Dallas TV Celebrity Said Happily Married Q. The quesiion about Murpney Martin prompted Ibis one. What's the "Judy Jordan Where is she from, is she married, how old Is she? When I lived in Arlington I saw her at a party and such a celebrity! Very lively. A. Lively is right and she talks a mile a minute. But start looking for another lady love cuz Judy's happily married to David Greene, who she says is a super-person. They married .Ian. 1973, two days be- fore her debut as anchonvoman on KDFW news. "It's a happy accident I'm in this field. I started out to be a school teacher, my mother. taught school so I automatically found myself in says Judy. "I went to the University of Texas anil studied speech, art, interior decorating, but I didn't lake a course one professor recommended I take, called Radio and TV Personality. I thought I'd never use it. Now I wish I'd taken she laughed. She was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the middle of five children (all happen to be in Dallas her family moved to McAllen when she was G. Afler UT, she taught kindergarten for several years in McAllcn. When she moved to Dallas she decided to go into something different, applied for several jobs including a "gofer" job at KDFW. "When I got Hie job, a modeling job at Nieman's opened up the same day but I chose this and I'm so glad I did." Slie's 33, has a step-son named Slnaii, a ISO Ib. old English sheepdog and is llic first, woman in Texas doing "prime time news." Shortly after she began the news, ratings indicated viewers were ac- cepting a female newscaster. Six months later she was moved to the 0 and 10 news.
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