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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1954, Abilene, Texas PARTLY CLOUDY, HOTtElje Abilene 3^|)ortcr-'3^jsi MDRNING"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron \0L. LXIII, NO. 371 Aisociated Preês (AP)ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1954—TWENTY-TWO PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c Russia Claims U.S Seized Ship at Sea IN GAITHER CASE Abilene to Hire Special Prosecutor City of Abilene will employ a special prosecutor to assist in prosecuting Willard Franklin <Bill) by a 104th District Court grand Two Abilene policemen, Spann Gaither, 33. City Commission made j and W. T. Davis, overtook the car that decision in a special meeting i in which Gaither was riding, at a Thursday afternoon. The defendant is charged with J.'ML BOI ND—W F. (Bill) Gaither, 33. i.s moved by Russell North, left, and Keith Brown fron Hendrick .Memorial Hospital to the Taylor County jail Thursday morning. The guard is Policeman Thomas L. .Moring. Gaither has been indicted on a murder charge in the fatal shooting of Policeman Jimmy Spann. (Staff photo by Dave Brum-beaul Merkel service station. They had pursued him, after a ^ TOTAL NOW $6,961.46 Parents, Sisters, Brother Thank Spann Contributors Parents sisters and a brother Icne and West Texas for their Anonymous    6.00 of Mrs .limmy Spann joined    sympathy and floral offerings dur-    Nick Crain Drug Co.    jO.OO Thursday to thank West Te\an.<    inj^ cnir bereavement. Fspoc¡ally do    I.,e4>ter’s Jewelers    25.00 On Wednesday Jimmy Spann’s    v,c wish to thank the wives of    Abilene Junior Chamber of Corn- family extendtxi their gratitude,    the policemen and others who mercc    25,00 Meanwhile, the Jimmy Spann brought tocxi to the home    Forum    Class—St. Paul Methodist Appreciation Fund ContiniuHl to    *    words cannot express    Church    10.00 grow bigger The latest figure nud-    our    many thanks to the Retwrter-    Anonymou.s    5 00 ged the $7.tMX) mark    and contributors to the Jim-    Klectricians Union    No    ikM    50.00 Contributors Thursday gave    my    Spann .\ppreciation Fund. May    Texas Fmployer's    Ins    .\ssn. SiL'»25 This brought the fund to the Lord’s richest blessings be Mrs. S T. Ctrfvcr 1« 4f    viith each and upon each of you.” Alice .Ann Kitchel! Message of AppreeiatioB ' The City Personnel Department ' Anonymous Thur..d.Vs    came    t-.,..    W C Swe.^0., Mr. ..Kl Mrs. .V Dr.ver n>arem>    « <= murder with malice in the slaying i disturbance in which Gaither al-of Abilene Policeman Jimmy ' legedly was involved in Abilene a ‘ Spann.    ;    short time earlier the same day. j Fatal shooting of the officer took | Gaither fatally shot Spann, but place at Merkel Thursday of last! Davis was unhurt. Gaither was week, as Spann was attempting to | wounded in the gun battle with the arrest Gaither.    |    officers. It appeared likely Thursday that |    Spiinklijig Discussed Gaither would not be arraigned: The commission Thursday also: JOHN WHITE 23-months contract until sometime next week. The special prosecutor will aid 111 Discussed the possibility of installing a water sprinkler system Dist. Atty. Tom Todd in represent-! at the Municipal Golf Course, ing the state.    1    <2> Accepted an invitation from Not Named    '    the Park and Public Recreation Commissioners Thursday didn’t ■ Board to a joint picnic at Kirby select a person to be appointed, | Park. other than to suggest a couple of | The picnic will be at 6:30 p m. probable names. Appointment will July 6. Members of both panels, be completed and announced soon, with their wives and husbands, will Gaither was indicted Wednesday | attend. White Named New Principal At Sweetwater Threatens to Take 'Measures' in Nott MOSCOW, Friday, June 25 (AP)—Russia, in a stiff note to the United States, reported a Soviet tanker carrying paraffin was intercepted in the China Sea off Formosa Wednesday, and accused the U.S. Navy of seizing the vessel, its crew and cargo. The note, made public today, demanded the in,mediate return of vessel, crew and cargo and “severe punishment of the American officials responsible for this unlawful act.” It threatened to take “appropriate measures for safeguarding the security of Soviet merchant ships sailing in that area.” The Soxiet note, made public today, accused the U.S. Navy of sete- , . .    ^    .    study the withdrawal of ‘ foreign mg the Soviet tanker Tuapse of droops from both Laos and Cam-the Black Sea Shipping Line, along Indochinese Talks Siarted GENEVA, June 24 (i^-French and Laotian officials and the Communist-led Vietminh took their first step today in carrying out a Geneva conference agreement to with its crew and cargo of paraffln. It said the Russian tanker was forced to follow a destroyer-type warship. In Washington, State Department Press Officer Lincoln White said bodia. Ngon Sananikone, brother of Laotian Vice Premier Phoui Sananikone, and Ourot R. Souvannavong. Laotian minister to the United States, joined French and Vret-minh officers in a meeting in the Palace of Nations. This group con- Rebels Claim Cities; Foes Predict Victory TEGUCIG.\LP.A. Honduras. June ported “many dead and wounded* SWEETWATER. June 24 (R.NS‘ I „.^.u ,1..    »><»>    »f    Uie    nine-party    Indochina — John White, insurance man Mf.    I    nr,a    »r    PflFtments    have    donalod 49 day.s Abilene Shrine Club M.    mT    eh    ,m,Jh    »f    a«u,nulai0d    hol.day and vaca. M. 4 Mrs J. R, Yon«e Mr. and Mr. Ed »'"'«h    The    da.v,s are worth G.ll-I'ayne Co ‘ ■ $436 10 cash for ihe Spann family. Worth $1.521.90 ! 'The 49 da> are in addiiiun to 171 days donated by policemen, fire-r.- n and L ity .l odge A K Do.ss. The 171 duy.s are worth $1.521 90. The Reporter Neus is rtveiv-lUL gifts for the fund The gifts tainiiy, Mr and ^frs R W and family and Mr and Mrs H Heliums and family The message said. “Words cannot cxpie"« many thanks to the people oi Radio Staiitm KWKC Mr. .Mrs. J. R, Searcy GiHirgia Appleton 25 00 5.00 5 00 24 .IX—Guatemala’s army boasted 5.00 today that it was advancing on    ^    i.    j 5f5 00 I “all fronts” and promised a speedy j ih^t one rebel parachutist had 20 00 end to the week-old anti-Commu-    executed    by    Guatemalan 30 00 nisi invasiwi. 15 00 But the “Liberation” forces of 10 00; Guatemalan Col. Carlos Castillo j communique claimed that com-LVOO .Armas, leader of the revolt to! mumcations bad been cut between 100 overthrow the leftist regime of Guatemala City, the capital, and 5 00 ■ President Jacobo .Arbenz Guzman. in the army’s advance, and said seven rebels were captured. It add- (arraers. The rebel “Liberation army’s” Zacapa. and between Zacapa and our \bi- E. D. (rippa Replaces Hunt As lenalor We.st Central Texas    Oil    Scout.s    ■    claimed they were holding    16 towns ;    the chief Caribbean ^rt. Puerto Xcsn    50    00    inside Guatemala.    Barrios. Zacapa is midway on the Anonymou.i    5.00 Eason Bro.i. Garage.    -    .    .    .    „    u    . Big Spring    3    00    tinuing in “bloody fashion    for Chi- '    “In our next bulletin we hope to here, has been elected principal of Sweetwater High School to replace D. M. Lawrence. Lawrence resigned recently. White was elected unanimously on a secret written ballot at a special meeting Wednesday night of the trustees of Sweetwater Inde^-pendent School District. He was voted a 23-monthi contract order that it would expire June 30. 1^ along with other school contracts. The panel also extended three years the contract of schools Su- w’ith the ship seizure. Chinese Nationalist warships, some of them obtained from the United States, have operated off the Red China coast against Communist shipping. <In Europe and the Far East kerosene usually is called puffin, though the term sometimes is applied to other petroleum products as well.) (This threat could presage possible Soviet naval patrt^ ia the water approaches to Indochma and Southeast Asia. (The U.S. State Department in siae uuaiemaia.       -yZ      ■    •.    \ The fifth rebel communique of mam railroad between tnc capital the dav declared a battle was con-    port. „r    .o*.he    Bl.4ck.7rti-    Pr<Jucc    B.k    Sprmg    2    «,    —• »    ‘S;    ' CHKVENNE. Wyo June .4 f-E. I). re<1 Crippa, 55>ear -Id Rock Springs bunker, today was api>ointed I S senator i>>r the remaining SIX inotuns of the late Sen Hunt s U Wvo tonn Crippa.' ?pt«Miiinirnt re-4i>re.s the 4i< 47 Sena! ' n> ar'ty the H publuans hud b-foro the death of Son. Hoberl Taft of vHiio a y ar a.b*'    , Crippa i< Republican iiu! »nal' comnuttiH’mm for WyiHiuoK In a k l> 'N prepared statement t rippu said ’’I'll retHirl fur duty .Monday * Liwal l-oqn service morning and will remain in W.i-h-i mgton as Unig a-; n»‘ce.s«,ary How ever. 1 will not l>e a candidato fo the office nor any other office th ■ >ear”    ! Gov C J IL ; .'IS. in appoiiUini! Cnppa, av-Tt. d .showing favcnt .srn in what .shapes up as a bitter light in lb* Aug 17 piimary tor the GOP .enatorial nomination i Hunt duHi last Saturday of a sclf-inflieted bullet wound I ' —    '    f    ............. George Holeman i Charle.s K Smith I” newspaper. Checks should be made Police l>ept . Big Spring payable to the Jimmy Spann Ap- Randal G Meador {irtHiaiion Fund.    .Anonymous The fund was set up to help the H. L. .Antilley widow and two children of Abi- Right Way .Motor Co leno Pob- oman Jimmy J Spann. Anonymous jwho wa.s fatally wounded in a gun Carl Ingram t battle with a fugitive at .Merkel Roy Thornton. Rt 2. Baird ■ a wnk ago Thursday j I.aU'st ccMitnbutors are: j J. I) James    5    00    Botv Henna C I. Whiteman \nonym"Us .McMahon, SprstiKvi Sni W ,!l4*r \iKinyno'U‘ P W V ainidvel! .MtCari'cii & Son Water MaiJinc j: ' H P>v-yd & Son.-. Tire Co \ I’ender t-^tane 25.00 5.00 5.00 1000 25.00 1.75 200 ,5.00 were pushing on to the attack It ^    said the morale of the regular sol- •>OO    (iipj-j; vvas low and a high officer 10^    of the garrison deserted to the 5<t) Fellow Kmployc'es of .Mrs Spann rebels. 3 00 ; at the United States Time    May    Oust Envoy t k i orp    100 00 Meanwhile well-informed sourc'es .50 00    Mr A Mrs    I. Conrads    2.50    reported that HcMKiuras is    about to to 00    F»iloi Class    .Aldersgate Methodist    demand the expulsion of    .Amadeo 5 00    v'hurch    10 00    Chinchilla. Guatemalan ambassa- Muacle Laboratories pest    dor. on the grounds that he insti 2.'» 00    Control    25 00    gated leftist students here to stage 10 tx)    Knighl.s of Columbus    25.00    a demonstration in he Honduran 5 00    Anonvmous    100    capital yesterday. Seven    persons Itvoo Empitnws. First State Bank 50 00 were wounded when police opened Draughoni. Business College 20 00, Board of Diacuns, hirst Prt'sby- 5 00    terian Church    10.00 side the border and less than 70 between Guatemala and El Salva miles northeast of the capital city, dor.” the communique added. This is the town where the rebels As of 11 a m. today, the bulletin reported fighting yesterday. The added, the “Liberation army" held communique tonight said the gov-¡these towns: Esquipulas, Miwales, ernment garrison was being rein- Quetzaltepeque, Jocotan, Banane-forced with artillery, mortars and : ra, Santo Tomas, Gualan, Tene-machine guns but that the rebels See REVOLT. Page t-A. Cd. C Honifbuildcrs Class of the Second Employees of The SiK'ial Security Chr.siuin Church THE WEATHER r * nrpMT'wtxT or iommiiiíi wrxTHSK m arxi AM» VICIMTV    ‘ W«r t*    «nd    ho<    and Kalurdav Nign hxth gr»« naar «W In'« niaXl . NORTH CKN"IMM 1> \AS -    .ill> fair .ind hot V ruirt'    S.ituu*.J>> w'»h «•«lel.v •4,iiUar**t1 aft* '-n thiinOf i »‘v.**, i -in    ..■Hiih iw>rtmn '».tiuid..* WI STTI V A,--    Cl«-.'»' to raitt> . íoiia* and wa!'!» ft > »ml tallirti.' **'!h widfb *>»'-*ltar-d aftft"!Hi'i j*n<i Ihunfl.Hihi'w.'t - f lsTT1\»Vs »•■nth *    .i    Hint llMla> and Naiu. *It'• wlUl »» il* t' * tt? .«i. ilternn«« m* ■' '»»m thundri»h*"i«r4 Mixlnralr to «»t «»»»»lal    fioah    at»4i(h :ii»d a»»ithaatt    *in    th»    4**.*.( StH TU    I fMHAl 11V VS    ratti,* 4l»Hld> l«< rl4MUl> »Ith    l: »11 ft «Hl    ah.nv.i, and thund»<%h*«»«*f fri»la> «-t s,t'.ü da.» Nid mu* h « h.»n<r in    anir*- MtHlatal» tn íraah caat and »«uthr.**! \*in*t> III, Ih* iHWÍlll TI VirfRVll R« > Mr A Mrs H W Zack Sj»* eial Ofíicer-T k i Kl Pa i» Mr »y Mrs Hobt J Brown Ahiîcno Priming 5» Station cry V C vno S \iuicrson Min TihI Ciiï^ick Mid l ex Supply Co I J Pickard, M l> \non>mou-rt .Antmymou.s ( iHipcr Furt»»U».c Co Mr k Mrs, C K John.son Mr At Mrs A C Hudstm U: 00 Office Zachary Mr & Mrs F K Bennett Railway. Communications Division 3.00    IH'partment of Public 50 00    Maurice G (\ile I Ted G, Childs 2.V(Wl A F Metier 2500 ' Howard Samucll 5 00 Sara Arp 10 00 ’ Borden Vo 10 00 Burden Empie.'' »'os ,5 (k) Mrs A* Mrs Max Bentley 25 00 Mrs V L M.inucl 15 iX)',) W \ inson 5 00 ! Tonto Coleman 12 00 Texas Safety fire. It was reported the Hondurans abo suspect that he hired saboteurs to damage some Honduran air force fighter planes which were 2^ damaged in a workshop. There were signs of a possible break in diplomatic relations between the two countries ( Guatemala has charged Honduras with aiding the rebellion 15.00 against her government, and Hon- 10.00 duias yesterday protested a bomb-ing of her territory allegedly by ^    ........ ^______ -•» 00 Guatemalan planes. A reliable | night. His hearing in Corpora-2L00 source said Chinchilla, in denying Court was set for 9 am. 10 0*1 country’s planes were respon- i.'j-,jjay. 5.00 .sible made “insulting" remarks to .5 00 Foreign Minister J. Edgardo Val-5 00 , enzuela Hol-Teihpered 81-Year-Old, (ops Tangle .An old adage which says that tempers of older people get more brittle with passing years apparently is true in the case of an Abilenian. 81. When Policemen W\ .A. Ritchie and W L Wood arrested the elderly man in an auto at 6 30 p.m. Thursday, they cited him for: (1* I'sing abusive language. .Assaulting an officer. 13» Permitting his unlicensed Juvenile grandson to drive The man posted $75 bond Thurs- perintendent Olaf South. His origin- Washin^on acknowl^ged it at contract stUI had two years and    t™»    ^ with the 3-ye.r extension it wiU i exvTxir* 1 ic«Q    \    Lincoln    W    hitc    »aid    ttM!    note now expire July 1. 195^    ..J    gave    “no    evidence    that    the    United White will assume the duties of»*  ....Mr*    «-ok    tKa. principal Aug. 1. White, 42. is presently manager conference on the troop withdrawal question as it applies to Laos. A similar commission of Cambodians and Vietminh is to examine the same issues in Cambodia. Both commissions, under the conference decision of last Saturday, are to report back by July 10. of the Sweetwater district of the Great .American Life Insurance Co., but had been in school work and administration from 1934 until States had anything to do with the ship seuure.” He said the United States will reply to the note in due course.) U.S. Ambassador Charles E. Bohlen was summoned to the ____,    ,    u    • -I Soviet Foreign .Ministry late yes- 19s3, except for three years in md-    ^^e tough- itary service during World War U. j    ^    exchanged    between The new principal is a graduate    countries. It threatened of Rotan High School, the Univer- j plunge U.S.-Soviet relations to sity of Texas, and has a master’s | ^ degree from North Texas State Pacific Admiral Denies Seisure PEARL RARBOR, June 24 Reds Reject Arms Plan LONDON, June 24 uf* — The WTestem Powers disclosed today their most sweeping disarmament proposal yet, calling for complete scrapping of atomic and hydrogen weapons on a strictly enforced time table. But the Kremlin has already curtly rejected it. The Russian-vetoed plan, tying in nuclear disarmament with big scale cuts in c«ivenUonal weapons such as tanks and planes, was made public following a London conference of the United Nations Disarmament subcommittee which eiKied in a deadlock Tuesday after 30 meetings. Participatmg were the United States, Britain. France, Canada, all supporting the plan, and Russia. Morehead Patterson, U.S. envoy i to the conference, told newsmen U.S. warship seized any Russian : atomic and hydrogen bombs, which College. He has served as superintendent i of schools at Longwtwth and was principal of Roby elementary *^FoUoww\hree vw^in the'Stump. US. Pacific I the United Stales favored joining Navy during World'War II. White    Commander.    ^    today came to Sweetwater in 1945 as prmcipal of Philip Nolan Elementary School In 1947 he was named principal of John Reagen Junior High School here. While returned to Roby in 1947 w here he was superintendent of the school until joining the insurance company. ship,” The Soviet Union has accused the United SUtes of seizing a Russian tanker Wednesday off FiMTOosa. Stump made the sUtement after he was read an Associated Press dispatch about Russia’s protest of the alleged incident. “could result in the annihilation of both sides.” PattersiMi declared the Russian proposals—unlike the Western plan —failed to insure adequate controls behind the Iron Curtain and couid be summed up in six words— “Ban the bomb, tnist the Russians ” REPUES AT BIG SPRING Shivers Named In Land Profits Police recalled Uiat the same Postmaster Change Due at Sweetwater SWEETWATER, June 24. iR.NS» — Charles E. Paxton, prominent Nolan County Republican, is slated to become acting postmaster of the Sweetwater Post Office July 1. Reliable sources here Thursday BROWNSVILLE. Tex . June 24 . borough, toW an American Ufiion 1 man was charged with aggravated j yfi__ A deposition made two year* j sponsorted barbecue at Templei* ,_____ _______ 10 00 New Total $6.961.461 The Guatemalan radio today re- 2 Freed, 2 Fined In Fraud Cases refmery office manager, will be named to the Job now held by M. J Sweden. Paxton said he had no statement to make at “this time” when ccn- luiijieiil ui the defeiLHe and the on the two broUier.s he said they ami the tour    discreet    as    their Thu A VI I III ;t VI 4 .10 I* '» . at » «I * « 11) M 11 1Î » llmi r w n,i *** m BV GKORl.U NELSON Ufiwrtcr-News Statt Writer goxeninicnt I I'HBtK’K. June 24 Raymond trial together Tlionia.son. Sr., and hi.s .Mster in The elder inomas»m lactni an Bt*f^*rring to the charges against leport said In addition the man ' judicial purposes*’ law. Mr** Helen M»Mui i v. were indictment on wJtich he had    Thoma.son.    Sr..    Judge    allegtslly    used    "loud, profane Ian    Ordered    It    Opened assault following an altercation    ago    disclosed    today Gov.    Allan.    toda>-: “A    new scandal seems to with liquor inspectors June IS at    Shivers sold at    $425.000 profit    some    *    rock    the    Shiver* administration his home, where officers had gone lower Rio Grande Valley land for every 4« hours.” ‘ with a search warrant    ,    which the option cost him only j Yarborough said one question The assault charge w a.s filed af-    $25».» 000    '    needs to be    answered: “Why did    mnrntna    h«    i-i». ter the man allegevfly hit Leon C.    The deposition wi^ made m a    j    Gov. Shivers    and his attorneys tr>-»Thursday    morning    oy    tete- Bow man, former liquor control    land case to which' the governor    *o hard f'^r    the past 80 days to    *    __________ board supervisor here, on the head    was    not a party However,    some    iceep    this    deposition sealed and.' with the barrel of a loaded SP    men    to whom    he sold land    were    j^oop    people from finding out what'    liriii caliber pistol.    subsequently    accused of misrepre-    was in it?”    fl Yf rlflilSvJ The arrest report    in    connection    seating it as    irrigatevi citrus-grow-    Shivers said at Big Spnng    “I    ■ with Thursday    evening’s    episixie    ing land.    objection to    their opening; T||w;|w    P|||l I stated that the man’s auto was Shivers' attorneys had resisted    deposititMi in court at Brown-' IvAO# l\vll LQW stoppt'd shortlv after it ran a cau opening of the deposition, which    j    object to an earlier tion light at South nth and Chest- had been sealed when the land    Pat    Beard. Ralph Yar- FORT WORTH. June 24    tJ* — A nut St..    fraud case was settled out of court    |»orough‘s campaign    manager    in    resolution    commending the Legis |at qii!ttc<l of chmges »>f Iraud in tritxi last niorith. Ihe first trial    infraction    was    guage’’ iu S t’ouit here Tlmistiav    resulted in ,i hung juiv jutv    it    dealt    only    with    ——— The man came out of his auto They argued the governor had in- waco, to hide behind a Waco bank , lature for outlawing communisnn aunt nor as lucky as their father.” attempting to fight with Officer formation “the deposition is sought    ^    opened    there    ‘    in Texas was the first business Faith Prevailed”    Wood, “striking and cursing," the to be used for purposes other than ,    *y^    Political    Parpones’    ; handled as the Texas Department •The court refused to send it to i of Veterans of Foreign W'ars tH>en-Waco because they wanted it for «<} iu annual encampment here ■nu.ma»»u’s two sons. Mo’nts I Km had found him guilty on all seven nriK'iHiurt' of obtaining the and Raymond Thoma.s»m, Jt . counts of another indictment in ««    vitiate    the wote found guilty of mi.sdemcanoi earlier trial and Judge Joseph K oflen.Hes Juage T Whitfield David lH»»dey. who pre.sided as.sosse<1 a    AtcMurry    there    was    “No son im!K»sed a fine of Um lor, llO.-'i’b (me and .111 IJ «»“»th Pri Havnumd Jr. and a fine of $300 xentence wnich he probate»!. vailed Miis «iMt i*'» i#it»i>.>i«iurfx f*«r a h'»ur» Mantv Doii    »“»* t"“ ye*irs    Before    hearing    the court» sen •"illih J    Jr.»rr.    Ln*.    d-ir; The M'lUences eudeil a one day All four defendants in the trial    Ray mond Thomason. Jr i««t »»»I u»s ««u •'    trial    in    which    the    four    defendant.^    ^    Thursday    bad    been    under    felony    ;    ^    dramatic    plea for clem Sun»#l Ui) nigh« t *0 1» m .sanr).* loOii.v ■ gl • m huiMMH «»mUhi 7 pm W»rwn*0*i r#i»a»*« «I S h» pm *• I® |)lead«Hl not guilty to indictments eharges Judge Davidson said he    telling    Judge    Davidson iigiun.st them The indictments wa.s treating the offenses as mis Rpum* humtdiijf *i » W v•»    ‘‘•'[«vie    eoiusol'datcd    by    the    uiulual    demeanor».    In    unposing    sentence    See    FR.AUU,    Page    Ï-A,    Cel.    4 NEWS INDEX SICTION A MW« 9«fM 4. 5 0«l new»    4 SICTION I  ...... lëi»e«»«is ........... * CoMoc« ........   *    •    4 Ct«M<4*«4      1^*9 fm'fm, Markgtt .  ....... 9 Hmé*9, TV .  ....... 10 But the dep<»sition w*iH ordered:    purposes.    .Anyone is wel- today. ot>enevt by Federal Judge T M    jt    eourt where' Adopted    by the Council ef Ad- Kennerly of Houston on pet it am ,( belongs ” of Charles lamdergott of Waco, one i.amlergott, who has never said of the plaintiffs in the land fraud    intentions    were    in seek- case    jng to have the depo»iHon opened. "All that the deposition show* is originally petitioned that it be sent that in 1946 1 made some money on a land deal,” Shivers said at Big Spring ‘"There is nothing wrong With that." However, his most active opponent tor the gubernatorial nom-I ination. Austin atloruey Ralph Yai* to a Waco bank. During Uie deposition taken Sept. 9. 1962. Weslaco attorney Garland F Smith said at one point: ‘it immediately aroused my In- See SHIVERS. Page S-A. Cel, 4 ministration, a sessiw of department and district oUicer.s, the resolution dealing with the Texas Legislature’s action at it» special sefiuon earlier this year will be presented to the VFW’ membership tomonow. Meanwhile, VFW members from 25 Texas dLstricts were registering, with the bulk of the membership expected to sign in toiaurruw. ;