Treharne - Case Sidetracked Page 2
prosecutions, since Proctor hirr not in on the evidence at n , 4h _ ir ,, f i,-Umnt« p;™ ' C ° f 1h<? Jndictemnt! >- Rlce told Proctor lie is ready to K< (Continued from /*««K One) . , . ~ x r - v the mam load ln the msur»nce prosecutions, since Proctor himself the has i tO any time Proctor can get it let. * w "' sav " lat J anl SLIre those .;rases will come to trial.' lie repeat"If 1 ™; ( j ™oni ^say^ 1. 1": J^ 1 ." * for county attorney in 1950. mR thc Korean war. His recall to !aclivi! duty as a ca P laitl cam c the da - v np v ' on tne Democratic noini- wouldn't say when at thc time some 'scoffers said Giles would never ]come to tria). "They will be tried " Service in Marine* Proctor, a 35-year-old ex-Marine jand ex-footballer for the University |of Texas, saw World War II service Jin the Marines, and then was recalled recalled for a second tour of duty dur- . Hc got back from Korc a in time to win a sccond tc rm as county attor- ney ilx 19S2 ' alld ( - hen ran a S air >st lhe "'cumbcnt DA in 2954. winning While Proctor won't speculate on when the Treharne case will be set for trial, a call of the docket is expected expected in September, at which time i a s r"ific date for the trial could be !set.