Dr Tinsley Spraggins a Democrat

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U more and picture. given have it. to." RICHMOND AP) -- Some 175 Virginians who call themselves "loyal Democrats" have taken the first steps toward working as a potential force in the 1961 Democratic primary' campaign for governor. At a closed dinner meeting here last night, they voted unanimously to [o sct up a 'steering committee I ; |, oac jed by Dr. Edward E. Had- go about j dock a slate senator from Rich- However, informed sources say that a statewide move is on to intentions. However, politicians say it is unlikely that Harrison and Byrd 'Loyal Dems Look Toward '61 Primary but! i. learn to go Thev work proud am the and in be married. of also suggested that the committee interview candidates who enter the race for governor and determine how they stand on various issues and consider wheth or, Dr. Haddock said, they might "if necessary, encourage prominent prominent people to run" for governor or other state office. Not Endorsing Anyone Dr. Haddock, who organized the meeting and gave out information on it later, emphasized that the group did not endorse any candidate candidate for governor. He said. too. no names of candidates or potential potential candidates were discussed during the mooting. Those present nil were active supporters cf the Kennedy - Johnson Johnson ticket in the recent presidential presidential election. Many were loaders read: On ( A P ) on the | or associates of tho Virginia Dem- oe.ratic Straight Ticket Commit fizzled the and Atlantic Cape. the note. fired for submarines and last Washington the to The Patrick next level This endorsement neys-general to the effect that a Virginia Democrat may vote for the GOP or other presidential ticket without forfeiting his gooc standing in the Democratic party Among the speakers were State Sen. Blake T. Newton of Westmoreland Westmoreland County, president of the Straight Ticket Committee: Johr B. Vance of Amelia, president of the Virginia Farmers Union: Francis Francis Pickens Miller of Charloltesville: Charloltesville: Harold B. Boyd of Richmond, Richmond, president of the state AFLCIO: AFLCIO: H. Graham Morison of Fairfax. Fairfax. Ray Niblack of Chariottes- ville. Fred (Bingo Slant of Norfolk. Norfolk. Judge Richard R.iiley of Southampton County and Dr. Tinsley Tinsley Spraggins of Richmond. spinning Air day. man Tough Policy With Castro AUGl'STA. Ga. ( A P I -- The; United States has served notieei c o m - a g it will use military force instead of diplomatic protests lo s t o p - Cuba's Fide! Castro from sub-j verting anti-Communist countries in the Caribbean. President Eisenhower signalled ble to sections. Dr. Haddock described them nil as "good loyal Democrats" who were interested in working for "good Democratic government. . . thai will represent Ihe best interests interests of all the people of tho state." Would Avail Escape Hatch In addition to possible a c t i v i t y in the gubernatorial campaign, ho said the group is interested in "gelling through proper legislation legislation to lot Democrats )x? Democrats. Democrats. . . and avoid giving some an escape hatch to bo Republicans.." Republicans.." He declined to go inlo particulars, particulars, but presumably he meant the group would seek action to override tho prevailing opinion of several Virginia attor- E,scnhm-cr-s cmcrgcncv action be. reshadowed similar American shl(1s . fore military help for any other Caribbean Caribbean nntion which might request ! ' j it. Hold Rhint Wnrniitir ,,, ,,. . , . , . .have guided Top officials said movement of nis four U.S. destroyers and an air- c r a f t carrier into the area was a blunt warning to Cast re that will not be permitted to export his left wing revolution to other La)in-American nations. They acknowledge that the President's action carried a step further the exist inc; policy of op- the pro-Castro posing by words what are re- j his Ranted as Castro's pro C o m m u nisi maneuvers. | who are plotting nisi maneuvers. They compared it to warships of the 7th I'Mcet patrolling Ilia

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  1. The Progress-Index,
  2. 18 Nov 1960, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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