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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 3, 1962, Abilene, Texas mt awiene 3l^ej)orter m 9;^t-£ SVX31 sviiva «T2 3AV 3103 f,ZeV’ 9909 xs 03 S31VS WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE    wtijomoih    ,D    EXACTLY    AS    IT    GOES"—Byron CLEAR, MILD 81ST YHAR, NO. 231 ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 19(52 —TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS A'*s(n    (/P) JOHN THLANOH HI.KS FOR COMMISSION ... as ( ity Secretary Lila Fern Martin assists Treanor Files For Commission state Filings Picking Up More Steam By THF XSSiK I \TFJ) FRFSS Political races began to bulge at the seams Friday with candidates rushing to announce and pay their filing fees. .Just hours alter the legislature quit work, political camtKiigns — particularly the governor’s race— ■began to pick up steam. Atty. Gen. Will Wilson, in the DemcKTatic race for governor for .several weeks, paid his $1,000 filing fee and immediately blamed Daniel tor failure of the legisla-t ture to pa.ss a loan shark bill, j Marshall P'ormby of Plainview al.so paid his filing fee for the race F'riday F'ormer t . S, NavyJ Secretary .John Connally was the first to pay his fee several daysj ago. The only candidate tor the Re- .    publican nomination    tor govt*rnor Machim*rv d( ..:ei .I(*hu    s 1    rea-    a    nev bu.sine- . Abilene Tractor    : n,„    h,s . .n.,ur.. a    l„o.    S,    Treadaway,    “    »hr    ran diKHinicot at ( ii> IL , H iday at Treanor came to Abilene from again.st Daniel in the Demwratic tcrnmm. N- .umn, the fir.i c.,n- \q. ,i,;,    attendtxl Po- primary' in I960    = did.ite of tht- l‘Ki2 (Ity < <>mmi.s-    H(»uMon attorney Don Yarbo-' ceiv(*d a H B dcgrt'e trom the rough has annoum'cd he will; I nivei Ity of ( alifornia at Los make the race foi the Dt'mircratic nomination but ha.s not yet paid I {K»n graduation he ran the his fee tamily's I.fitxi-aere ranch in the State Democratic Fxecutive Napa Valley l ater he became. Committee headquarters an at tlie age of 29, the yoiingivst nounccil the filing of two more dealer the (, nterpiUar Tractor I’o. candidates for congressman - at-l had appoinfc*d    at that    time    large. fie i.*. a memtier of the S^iuth- The applications were lilt'd by wed Rotary I’lut» and the .Abi- FI Paso County Judge Woodrow leii* Ch.inithT of I'nmmeree He W Bean, and Tyler attorney War a i vt on the    ( hamN'i'.s Flood    ren G M(K)ie    Both    men    had    an- ( ontrol C’ommtitee,    noumed their    candidacy    for    the Treanor and    hi.s wife    reade    at    P<>rt earlier. 201. Uidham Lane TIk'v have two Jesse Owens, former judge of ■ uii , John, a senior at the I ni* the 64th District t'ourt, .said he versity of Texa.. aiul Stanley, a sent his $l.(s»0 tiling fee to the ophomore at Te\a Tech. and ext'iutive committee as a candi-onc marrietl daughter who lives date for associate justice of the supreme court op|H>sing Meade In announcing for the commi.s-    Gritfith.    I am fx. J, Ti« anor saul    Judge W' T .McDonald bte ame I feel it is a civic re.sjKinsi-    candidate    for the    lk*mo- R('put»li-    tiility to enter into tJie affairs of    <'r‘*d»c nomination    for attorney the tommunity in which one lives. “ \bilcne - two major problems wh -h ahmild bi* di'cidixl ujmn this >t r .ire fir J the sewer f.arm and si> 'ted flcMKt control I have no J re. onceiv« ti ideas on how these problem, should be re.solved. hut tci'l lh.it my experience in the cor,aniciion field, farming, and; 1 c ;:nc w ill N' of help in making de» i.-ions with other commis ! aon mcmlx-rs. “Ditv husiner- h much like pri-1 v.ate biisinc-- exci'pt that it is' •**m rallv l.irgei' mul more compli-; cated Abilene ofM'iates under a; Daniel Plans Seek 4th Term Platform 8-Planks (iOV. I*RI( K D.X.MFL . . . seekii new term \l STlN LXr*'—Gov Price D.an*; rea.sons, not the lea.si of which iel said he will be a candidate has t>een the failure of the legis-| for a fourth term as governor of lature to enact thc.se enforcement T< \a«    measures    w    hich    failed in thei “With deep humility and :an- speeral ses ion - ’’ cn-e iKirposc. 1 hereby ^innounre Daniel snid he di,l not «ant' my candidacy for re-eleclion ,a>    .„lers    lo set the governor of Texas," Daniel told television audienci a statewide Fndav night Daniel li.sted an eight-plank platform centering on law en-torci'ment procedures continu»*ii .school and college improvements, firanctng of tourist attraction a balanced budget and sales revi.aon.s. Indei the law »mloi cement klea that he or any other per.son is indis-{HTisohle in public office Texas is t(X) big and the peopl»*, are tmi great for any public offi-j <ial to attain the rtature of indis-jM'tisability. There are many Tex j ans who are capable of doing thi;-. lax    ^ know of none with the exj)t'rience that it will take to get the job done who ha.s evidencetl: plank Daniel supimrted a small energy, devotion ami pcisjst* loan regulation bill, a strength- neerled under the present ened juvenile parole sv iteni. pro- circumstances existing in our hibition of obscene movies, and rtate The only rea.son that I have an UfHtated driver^ Im'nsing law acquired thus expcrienie and d»*. -all subjet t of hills killed during 'otion to the cau.se is because the s[a*i'ial .session.    you,    the    pixiple    of    Texas',    were* “Two years ago, when I was ^*”<1 enough to pcmiit me lo vour a*rve as your running tor re-ele-tion .as govcrnoi, I wiiuld never have    yea s thought tif offering at thi.« time    me the • for amdher term, and I so indicai    year- Oil on several (xaasions. Daniel 1.1011 rate Treanor filed tor ttie .-outh id(' Place 2 sc it V u aetl l.e-t tall w th the rcsign.ation of Corriinis-lonei fiay (in. ham 'Hie ■» pnant con fcrrcd with t ity 1 oia/.ei BotY¡i M    wh tin« fed Tk moi ftn .-ome o( t he cm t « n! i ,ues lac.np the tommi n(fi Fi’lnp dt aljim* dill i.- i m«»nlh away Ditv .'■•oictary lata I t'rn Martin -.ud t indul.di must ■•■.fke tlasi uitclilloo «. fiCIa! V kn«»wu by r> pm M rch 2 'nierc i; no fi*e for liluv Ml M «rtin d ( ommi ..Moi'ci- tiavi* -t the election for April 5 •A s«‘coiid ‘ omi* 's 'Ml .« .it of ftiissel) D. V liso n a- t filled m the \p' il ballot r" a north.sid* corumis.-ionci. nounctxl rctt'fiih tti.a he STILl. SMILING — After having both Itg.s in traction for four weeks, four-year-old Kathv Jo Wilson hugs her doll and smiles as she is pictured in the Craw-fordsville, liid . hospital. An accident with a roll-away bed Jan 12 left the girl with a broken leg and doctors say both legs must be put in traction in .such cases with children Kathv .Jo will be in this position for two more weeks, lAP Wirephotoi attorney gcru'ral . . then you f>er privilege of i ': »n the 18 Senate and then you have given me ’ovnn;;’ the oiiportunity 1»= in for better law ,said. “However, during the past ‘*-‘year, circumsiancef have »‘uurxHl me to at least con.sider the mat ^'’b= remcnl ter and regardless of what has Fem!nde<t voters that he got *becn said or speculated by other * niiilion vote majority in his last I people. I have not durme the p.'¿:;t tí‘Jb«‘rn:itonal race, the largert 'year aid to anyone that 1 would    ^    Texas governor or w tild not t>e a candidate tor Daniel also mentiont'd that giv j re-election. I have purfxe-ely kcfH ing him four twu-year terms this as a possibility for < vr WirrDhot«) i.KS. WALKKR . . . annotmres plans Gen. Walker Enters Race For Governor ih.it tn* D.iv. ;in. would '» ‘ alifornia not seek re elc-'tion Both V ity iMr ; c.u ■ v a twu >e.. tenure Treanor, a n:,is*c!«‘d can. has livad n Atiileiu for the pa.st 4‘, years He r p.rt' id« nt of Treanor Fquiptncit! ( o ;iHil Tre.idawav Hlvd The ,'»t vc.u »Id busitk ri'-.in ojicr 5t»*‘ th • t . pillar draU r hip in th«'- < itv Ode-*».■ arut I’fcor In addition he recciiUy o|xncd NEWS INDEX Jury Deliberating Fate Of Airman Ridgeway AiMlN TP—Fc.-mer Maj. Gen f dwin A Walker iiletl Fri-several w.auJd he only six nnrnths longer day ,c. a Democratic candidate than the time former Gov. Allan fm .awernor of Tex-ar; In doing Khivcr.s ;iervtHl .Acfualiy a total he rejected urgingr. bv tk»ns. of ei.ght ye.ars no more than .John 'Fowet R-Tex., and Sfrom the Nccond term.-- which are now Thuirmjnd IKSC th.a he not g.ven to county judge:; and «»ther enter the {wtuical arena ((Hinty and di.stnct offices be- WaJker, whe. h-:ir. bt*»’n aligned cause each term i.s for four w.rh groupr (x>nsif*ered extrt'me year?..“ he said    nghti.sts    flew here    from    Dallas Here’s the platform, Daniel    and paid    his $1 (MM>    filing    fee for sketche<l    the gutH'rnalorial contest    at the 1 “Improvement    of law    i>n-    oHwe of    the Texa*    State    IX'mo- 1 „eneral Friday The iO-ycai-ok! justice ot the Goun of Criminal    »‘i    D    pn Jurors delibcratinc; tb- fair of room lUmf .S. .Sgf. Willie Ridgeway failed to «ent out for reach a verdict Friday night and two hours of the jury - re Tlor by 42nd Dis atm. thioe hours (oftee . Iter alKJUl Judy of the t.tse )U! > V :!l le'-iime delifiei -Lttuid.-v about 9 . m. 8ee FOIJTK S, I’g. 3 A. < ot. 5 irict Judge J R BUu k They had twcn « lo-ed m the jurv SICTiON Amutemenff Sports    .... Oil news  ...... Obituaries SICTION Church news Women's news . . . Comics    .    ,    ,    .    . Iditorioln ....... Bridge    .... Rodio-TV logs TV Scout Farm news, markers 7 4.6 9 Ì0 ÇUBAN ROW^FLARES Frondizi Bows To Ultimatum HMÍ;fwav - being tried on a eh ir 'e ot n uider with a motor vchiric Mtmhi'is of the jury arc Hob-<*'1 r I’t vv ut 2gi;‘ i'edarcre^t John M Howe .Ir of 3779 nth. Ml -. \\.liter Wiiham.-on 3401 8a> le .lack I) Hoifon of 1441 Kirk woimI. H (, Hen.HOi !3(f-gett , im n. Bcazley of m Me .mdei. M - B K Morgan of Hi .Abilcn* They 3174 S 2imì. Mis Joe ikin’en of two Highland. Mrs N. F.. .Spring, er of 3725 W’ll hire and Urlhene Dud 1 ley of fó.i F N    l.-gh    i The charge is bas«xi on the .Nov. 18 traile death oi Mrs. Iniogene .Ml Millon Boozer of Fort Worth The case closed .'»boitty atter 7 p m when Detense    Attornev H.; Fdward Johnson offered a stijmla-tion agreed to by both the defen.se and staU'    , Never Convk'led    ' Tlie stipulation was on a point that Ridgeway has never btmn .See ItAMhl.. Pg. 3 .A. ( ot. S ‘    .s«.e    W    Al.Kt    K.    Pg.    3-A. Col. 2 B 2 3 5 6 9 9 9 10 ano. the uiiy manager carry it out ' HI F.NDS AlHKS, ArgentinaiMini.ter Mit-uel \r, cl Car .iiui 1 fiH'l the eitv commi.-sion • VP' - Argentine President Arturo who he.ided the \i.- Jine delega ;.ht;u!‘t e tablish jiolkv. and let Fromlizi flowed to military pres tion at the intei Vim ,.n t“onfei thi : ilv manager t arry it out ’’ sure Friday night and agreed to eme ..hould Í b»> eUx'ttxl. 1 wmild rtwer.se the soft stand .Argentina Inlormant'. vaut 'tic picsident — not -utmul bids on any etiuipmenl tmik toward Communist Cut*a at who has survived p.isi military to tie pu; ha t'd tiy the city,” the Punta del Kste conference and other < i i.'-C’- m.magcti a, ,\L»iient Mi- Ruby Vgutlar ot ttmvicftxt ot a felony — a require-19;t BiiaiwiMKt. Layton Holt ment untler l.iw liolore he could —............ -.............. ...... b<* fon.sidered for » *usp«‘nded sentem e Ridgeway’s attorneys, John.son* and Rill Hufeheson tiled their applieatiim for a suspind«! -.un-, tence the ofieiiirig day ot the trjal. | iiistnet .Attorney .Nel.sun Qumn WEATHER Treanor ^U'l Whilt* apparently preparing for sotithe the armed lone» ehiets by to - I s lítete I VMM f.i (-00110 I w I \ I nr H HI 1(1 VI •wmlhir VI-..    e..t,    . H. Mill IM VMl Vlt lXlfV K.îdju» SU nvil«*'' « • *it.mi«*«i I l*--i    v*ith "    ,'.2' C,„".i"    Ih.-    m    l„,    the    siale l>K. I KK III-MI’IIII.I. , . . aiuiitni kolieitation ( . Hi VIFK JR building program Fitr \ our Ri'otlifiii Rlvasiiro SuiuIoy! îbt ^bílmt Reporter ★ H li t»\*v I.hoir 'I tu- Hi ♦*« kfHMltu«- Hut- t llxll, l lllll«}!!«' -ilIXIIIg gl<»*ip, II.#»    lini-*«» (HIII|U« |M ulti« III »»liuti lllll-l !•»-    •t»lt#*«l |i«*|..i*- Hit- t min.'-O r i .in    .m in» ilatioii 1« 'IU)ì .Il Ho- VV lui« H.itiM I hfH «lui » vsill tir tf.iiiiri-d in ihe *»111111.1»    Nft»-». l'av orili* Pt*l8 < K dlijr«-» di-.u lo ilo» liearl «*f »uii;ig»|t»rp. (atoi itr pel», »ii.li«' llif putiiidii Miili iln*ir omi«*i> Oli th«* r«it«*r »1 '‘tiuit i» » W oía» II ' ’s«*«lM*n. ★    'I’arilf Wall \ri* ih«' «lat» ot Viiii*n«a’ l.inH »»alt, oliitli ti<i» »looit t»*«» teoluii«*». iiaiiiliiif«l7 Oiii» iiiiir oíll irll huí VI* W ril«'i    I «»III H«*o»ti.i»»    look- al th«    tarilf» hoí-l«*rou» |t.( l aiiit «iiu i.íl luliir«*    iii til«’ ''uii«t.«v    R«*|itiit«*i %«-»»•. lll-itlf* IIm* \\ OIIIPII s» Soclitill . . . .« »Ii»|t «lili |iio»lo|iiapli» til «««‘ii«*» Ilion iti»» tiulh-< «oiMtig    i liitdii-ii- I ti»-,itr«* |»io«iiu iHiii, "Kiiig of lio* (•ol«t«‘ii    lliv«-r, 'lal**»l    lo hojuii |)«*i    loi 111.110 «-•> li i«la% iil«oiilii|c di li.M <illo>illlitioii'. t iiivrr-ilt n ii»*v* t liu|o»l-lOoliloilililí    (<i-liiiti«*d »«iHiii frt »»lio vtill lir ring- Vloli oían- «looi lo'll- tul (t«*lit«>i» ul «'l«*gdiit invita-lino- t«j lio- »«'«iiiol annn.it giiltt t'hilhdiiiiotio Batí . . . \lol«*n«‘ W «iMi»-ii’t i tul» MMiiniiin «*» iiool«-!» « tiniit-li lo pi«'»«*!!! it» .iiiiiiiat »loioiiig ni »|oiii|t fashinii». NOKIH tlMHVl ri-AVs (It-ar a full diplomatic break With Prime agreeiiig to go aionj with the full Íl«»‘'T'latii- L,'u.o.' s.nuiiL. V    ;t SliKIHWr.sl approvtxl l-'t Mid» Minister Fide! Castro’s regime, anti-Castro d«    i laixition Frontlizi annoumvd after a long at f*unta del    Kstt meeting with lus angry military The ialesi milit iry threat was chiefs that his government will touehed off tiy .VrLentma s absten “comply with all rc.solutlon.s adopt-jtion — along with Itvt otlici coun-eti at Punta del F.ste”    trie» — on a key •■onterenct* it -o- The meeting was held amid re- lutiori ousting    Cut a    from    all    Or port.s that the armt*d forces headN g.inizafioii ot    .Viin    ; ¡can    .Stall's had ordei-ed their fortes to stand function," by for |»os.sihle action against the .S|sikt smen for the t .S d« lego Frotului government    tion. whith led i:i other meml>ers The military leaders band- in pushing throu;.h the resolution,    ^ ed Frondizi an ultimatum demand-Mild the oa.stt r would prove just    -iid mg an immediate break with Cubajas efieetive as diplomatic tircak.' and the resignation of Foieignjtiy individual coumnc.*     '■"'‘■"'•n v“''»! SdtUICd» .-l) , !. ir MCI K VII Kl S V    ►    Î    u1a.y    p    m ; »• 6«. ' •«•» ID I) ii(t    iou    Dm MMl 12. lid    I')»»    »1111« d«tr «■«nil lit, la*t »1- (’    *uiiin*i («»nixst Hdi ;n -I. i    It ic'iM. Haniidit» «I '« pi »Ull!--# I1MÍ4 •> p m ■t.V JM'« He made a strung attack on defense mfeienees th.it Rankin might h.ive tHH*« ies|Hin.sible tor the ae. Boozer he c.uise he -Rankin' faded to get out ot the way ‘ 'Hh re s nothing in this t n.ii ee “ he .said referí me to ttie ui.iige of Judge Biack ’thaï s.«\s a ^H'l .son has to get out of the ^ay of a (trunk driver.“ Hut! lie*-on opeiiing foi th:= tit* tfu-e suggested prost'iufion of the Ridgeway cas<‘ was ba»txl s(vk-ly on a (iesae for uHognition He .also suggested prO'-etiition See KIDI.KW Ai ACT ON RESIGNATION H-SU Trustees To Meet Today itll thvst thv plus joìHoilu fuoturvs. lutvst IN Sp(Ut UfU'S Embargo on Cuba Being Studied Hardin - .Simmons I niveisify s buddaie conumttis-Board of Trustees will act Satur-    Hunter    abo will    »innom« e    the day on the lesignatum ot Dt ¡».iiin»; oí contr.Kts tiHa ;ng $44b.-Pg. 3-.A, t t>|<n 4,5 Fvan A Heilf a.s pie.sident and >«,«> ¡01 consiruelioii of 1 new set in motion the machiiH-ry to ,,,fu ^ dortnittuy The budding name a sucees.sor tor the 34 year c««miiuitee .iwaided ttie M'nei-al old atlministiator    conlr.a t this week to C H t»-'»t«^ Dr W fi Irvm of Dallas txiani Cofrtiuetiun Co on a ««w hul irf chairman, will submit the picsu    ‘‘W    plumbmg vent. *'»'n air dent‘8 lette» of ie»ignatit»n to uus-coiuiitioM and heattii;é c«'; act n> tee.s at a 10 .i m '»e-.Mon m .san Bat jer and Vsmhaatii c-n a deter .Memoria! H.ril    bid of $119 227 an:,t the •    1» •• .tJ The iMiartt will make prt»visii»n    foiiti.nt    u>    B»uhì Fh*ti...    ■<    * tematic    subversive    attack    urwler    tor an inteiun a«iinini*'lraluni .md    lt«w hm    oi    *2a -usi way    ill    rtk'    Amerit as,    »{»eartiead-    .ipisunt .« »f«et la; ciunmitlee to    d,    his rc ed l»y the present regime m stx'ure a new president .An attiiig m |t v n on Jan n ..nd W’ASHI.MiTON CAPt — J*reso jmwiicine and which amount to    the Punta tie! f\ .tt I ruguay,    in a 15 minute adtties* that inter- dent Kennedy wa.s rejHirted Fri- some $15 million annually    meeting at whieh Hu foreign min-    npt,„fi.d lunimunism ha* a day night to have dt*eided to slap While the I S goveinnumt ha.s    i.sit*rs of ttie Vmeiuun repuhlit.s a total embargo on U.S. inqiorts emtiargotxl sales ot other items in    unanimou.s!y eondeuiiuxl Hie Cas- froin Cuba    a partial embargo    agam.st Hie    tro legime and eommunism a:» in Uie Unilwt States has been l)Uy- ,Mo.scow-iinked Ciistio regime compatible with the .American ling afxHit $:i5 million worth of ItMx! and rntslical .shipments fuive system 'Hie O.AS ministers votini ( oba    piesideiU is expe* ttxl to k* naimx n v»t»uld Nvoine eH=. t:»i Ju iCuban prtKluct* a year, mostly    to.    bet'n allowed to    continue on    to take sfH'cifie .stej*s against    Ru^k poitiaytxl    the    arguments    ‘d    Hie    meeting    or    earner    hould    * sucti    * bact o. Secretary of Slate Dean grounds that the I niled States is Cutia    Hiat took plat e among the Ameri    olh»*i    biisifit"'>.    Di    »ee O ot othei pit-i«ei u ■ Jtiisk has said Prime Mini.ster still friendly toward the Cuban    Husk, reiMiiting to the American    can foreign mim.sters as a ^jgn    Hemphill vice president ot Har*    ip.tdo    by Hu Bo.c I Fidel Castro has twcn using the jieople, though not the Ca.stro    j»**o|)le Friday night on the Punta    ot .slren.uth, rather than weakness,    din .Mmmoii'» in ctiarge of develop- ;dollars to financt' He'd revolution, government    del Fste meeting, said in a latiiu-    of the H.VS He said this demon-    nu'iit w'k» discuss ..olicnaUoii ot |u    v».i>    admaitsj    to Pen • ary acHvilies in other Western The White Hou.se was exjHsted    TV speech that the I'ruguay con    istrated how flee tuitions could    funds frttin aiumm Itu athletic    Memor.il    Hospital    Wcdr    - Henusphere countries.    to have an announcement Halur-    (ereiue ti>ok “a long stride for-    work together tn    a    democratic    si    Jiolaiships    d.«y    fuphi    alter l>ecommg    ill    that Infornianth said KeniM*dy‘s    ac-    day on the Kenneily    embargo de-    ward ” toward wiping out »ommu    manner, rtvonciling di f t e r e n t    ri’a*    s« haul s Niilding program Jay    His    txmditiiMt    wa itqsnted I tion would not end those I S. ' «Ml ed > J, ¡ t.c .ÎÎ geli of salex to Cuba iimiteil to food and cision    nism m the Western HemispJiere vieuijoints anti moving aJiead lo- vvill bt' icviewed by J t Hunter Friday lughi a-> ilaing very well' it follows hard on the heels oi I’he .secretary of .state declaretl get her.    ^ 'Jr of Abikne, chairman of the and ’ resiing quietly.’' ^ if. .«.A ;