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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1970, Abilene, Texas                               WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 89TH YEAR, NO. 270 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, PAGES IN EIGHT SECTIONS IOC SUNDAY Associated Press Red Troops Ignore Cambodia Demand MOSCOW (AP) Prince No- hi, ir a dispatch from Plmnm-Phnnm Wednesday. rodom Sihanouk, Camhndia's Penhj ,hcre wcre chief of state met two of ihej Kremlin Rig Three Saturday toi seek Soviet help in curbing" the Vietnamese oi b and v, Viet Cong activities of North Vietnamese; troops in Cambodia were with- and Viet Cong troops in country. The meeting came a day after l out nf Cambodia. Hanoi nev- has admitted its troops arc The official news agency Tassjthere, published a Hanoi edilorial ac-j The Viet radio described cusing right-wing elements Irving to force Cambodia Into thejand "American camp" and pro- "soi Cambodia's National Assem- bly added its official voice of approval to the demnnstralions and condemned North Vietnam attacks on Ihe Ihe Viet Cong for violating olher demonstrations neutrality. ;ome incidents caused by sab- Thlls Sihanouk's mission to And there was nothing In indi-'claimed that "militant solidari- nteurs in some places in Camho- (hp Kremlin comes at a delicale helwoen Ihe peoples of Viet-dia" lhal "only served the nf Sihanouk's u'hai c-imhnriia minhi rin if lm Ul ule disclosure thai Ihe government! in Phnom Penh, Cambodia's! capital, had told North say' namese and Viet Cong (roops to! Sihanouk bad what was offi-! Vietnam's" communist out of Ihe nation's border re- dally described as a Dan. and friendly" conversation with! inam an Cambodia must be pre- newspa- gei oui 01 me nanon s i [gions by dawn Sunday. Most influential The Japanese newspaper Asa-jPremier Al'cxei N. Kosygin and President Nikolai V. Podgorny. Pptilc Now York psychologist Or. .Inycc Rrolliers talks Kris Ritchie, public relations director at Cisco Junior College, after she arrived in Abi- lene Saturday afternoon. Or. Brothers, rcccnlly voted one of the nation's ton most infiiienlial women, was the final speaker Saturday night in the Cisco Junior College Current Affairs Series. (Staff Photo) Dr. Joyce Brothers Gives Quiz to Cisco Audience Two Killed In Wreck Near Winters The third Kremlin leader, Pcnl1' Tran Vnn T suggested lo Cambodian csls of Ihe United Stales." If Kosygin and Pod- served." Tass reprinted in fmllcalled for better thai they discussed the lengthy appeal from North Cambodian relalions, Islrenglheiimg Soviet-Cambodian delations and "a number of in- U'hal neither North Vielnam problems. nor the Viet Cong said was that Hanoi radio said Ihe North I Vietnamese charge ri'affairs in ,he nf ,he munist party is chief Leonid j. suggested ministry that the two" meet S'undav to sellle Dime olhcr were; hc clll protesting lhc'mik a in Byelorussia watching Red army maneuvers. Several hours after Sihan- their strained relalions. Before leaving Paris I short a vacation, Sihan- announced he planned lo nf Ncrth lhe Russians and the fied and Viel Cong troops on Cambo-'chinose for help in baiting dian K0il- North Vietnamese and Viet The Cambodian government X'ong infiltration of Cambodia. in notes to Ihe North Viet-: WINTERS IKNSI A Roscoc, and a passenger in his car wore killed and a Stcphcnville iman injured in a car-track collision about a.m. Saturday 20 miles north of Winters. ouk's Kremlin meeting, the gov-i The broadcast said Dime lold eminent newspaper Ir.vestia de- lhe Cambodians North Vietnam nouriced what it called always been and will al- prepared be desirous" of maintain- lacks said they only k actions" of Cambodians wlioiing good relations. It said nolh- the exasperation of Ihe people sacked (lie Viet Cong and North ing of (tie Cambodian demandjwilh the occupation of Cambo- ar Vietnamese embassies in that North Vietnamese troops'rtia's soil. irs of my Sihan- NEW TERROR EXPECTED When lie conquest, lnilrtl w I j j Ronnie Richard Brown, 20, he would.   P of action to deal with ,laken by Spill Ambulance to no casualties hut people in IheiViel Cong terrorist Hamman. delivering thejthem. Hendrick Memorial HospitalIslrecl began running in confu-lagainsl and Party's reply Ihfi Hamman said, i where he was in satisfactory ision at Ihe sound of the blast, 'buildings, president Nixon's Feb. 18 Stale mled Wllh "nslmting sclf- The explosion jarred down-! They said they had of coudilion Saturday nighl. four! According to H i g h w a revolution by Mexican Ameri- nine-day boycott of Abilene'.fines on it.' Put your name in thej Patrolman Hyron Deal, Ihe cans, Liibhock attorney Mark schools by Mexican-Americanlfjrsl section, spouse's name iniOUismobile was soulh bound on Smith has told II. S. congress-1 last October, men in Washmglou. "I lold them Dial Mexican- 'lown Saigon shortly before mid-M Abilene. Rolan. summoned to Rotan he to speak resi- second, first great love in third! KM S3 and the milk truck was section and fourth a boy or girl oast bound on Highway 277 when INDEX Americans in ADiicne. uoian. Mexican-American l.amesa, I.ubhock, Crystal City alleged unfair and Ihroughoul Texas and of the rest of the state are at Hie boiling point. I'nless some efforts are lo understand Iliese people there may be. a revolution. "No Chicano sludenls will ho going to school this September! unless some changes are he said he. told congressmen. Smith, who told of his testimony in a telephone inter- tvlin lived next door, accident occurred, necessarily geographic. j vphidcs ,.pxlrpnlcly Quickly write down 1C traits Deal said. Deal and Patrolman of the four names.! cans in Hie schools lliere. He said main grievances by Mexican-Americans in West Texas as well as throughout Ihc Southwest were basically lhe same. "We don't want the kids punished for speaking Spanish. We don't waul discriminatory sjabuse of want them to be treated the Compare the answers as lo investigated he characteristics of those written: down and the sections wilh Ihe similar answers would be lhe view loThe Reporter-News from same as CVOTymie else We want his Washington, D.C., hotel ronmj mirscs in Mexican cullure initi- Fridny night, said he and in and we wanl representatives of Mexican-Americans hired Ihe opposiles would be best because opposiles do make the best males. Answer true or false: 1. Mosl arguments are stalled by the wife. 2. Dining out, men prefer slandard meals, women exotic food. 3. Women are Americans throughout t h c Southwojst had just completed testimony before various commillces. Smith said he met wilh Sens.] Edward Kennedy. Jacob Javils and Joseph Monlnya and; members of a presidential, committee on Spanish spenk'ing; o he said. Turn to BROTHKRS. PR. morn parents, Mr. accident. Funeral for Rrown is pending al Paltorson-McCoy Funeral Home in Tioscoe. lirown was horn June B. in l.oraine and was a junior arls ;'nd science major al Texas Tech. lie was a graduate of .Sudan High School. Survivors include his parents nf Roscoe; Iwo sisters, Ian Rrown and Pax Brown, both of palern.il and Mrs. S. P.! Abilene Evenlj Amusements Aslroloqv Austin Notebook Bcrry'j World Books........... Bridge Business Classifieds Crossroads Rrporl Crossword Doctors' Moll Box Editorials Form Haspita Patients Jumble Letter to Servicemen Markets Obituaries Oil Sports Texas! To Yftur Good Health 3-B 11-13-A 1-F 6-B 3-F 3-F 2-B 2-B 6-11-D 1-F 3-B 3-B 8-C 12-D 14-A 3.B J-B 4-5-B 2-A 10-A 1-5-D 1-B 3- reports lhal the U.S. Km- bassy, the Presidential capital military district and na-j lional police headquarters were among the Viel Cong targets. i O.i Ihe fighling front, cnomyi rockets struck Ibe as Al 'proclaims he same llme' HalTilTlan lions' dis as deeply disturbing: administration's Nixon an 'era of neaotia- jGunship Fires iinto U.S. Troops have Ihe the Urown of Silverlon. TV Tob (Pvllout ol Sect. B) Women's News 1-7.9-1 4-C Draft Attack Set This Week WASHINGTON (AP) llrafl protesters plan demonstrations He said roprescntalives frnm'in mnre ,han Ulc other stales, including Cabrnr-jwpok focusing on whal they call nia, Arizona, New Mexico and "nonviolent, orderly civil' disn- Colnrado, reported about Ihc hedience same things aboul their areas. "We've been here Iwo days is! They say they will sil down at Ihe entrances of (Iran-hoard of- how many very win wlial is an !war in Vietnam." Anlidraft week plans call for now, telling everybody what centers oHprojcct direclor for New coming. The comrnitloes ,he doors'Said in an inlervicw responded by saying they expccl to he; going lo make recommcnda' ions will participate in'going to be Avirgan'present them to protests, but iheyjsaid. "The government may Services Commillee'phomnR in wilh queries all day it holds hearings on the'lo lie up Ihc telephone system. (ll'af'' April. Ihe sponsors The "We Won't Co" stale-1 plan to carry a coffin, contain- ments say: Hie under i ing drafl cards, to Ihe dnnr of signed, are high school sludenls national drafl headquarlers and draft ;ll''lfl M''" 'snf'" 'he lay it lliere, blocking Ihe rloor- Helieving lhal the Uniled Plarl a sildown, loo. Thursday's have reports of planned demon-ilheir action illegal, but what the slrations in 102 cities and sayjpeoplc are doing is trying lo they arc .sure there many more. "It's growing 'This decision invites SAICON An instead of mutual proliferation can helicopter gunship acciden- I'cstralnl m tlle nuclear arms "_TWO decades afler the tally fired several rockets lne ve'e''an U.S. diplo-'Marshall nlan 'self help and mu- Ihe middle of a group of wl" make i( far assislanre' the guiding troops Saturday morning, kill-lmn''e lo reach a mean- principle, Ihe Nixon administra- ing three and wounding agreemcnl on tjon discovers 'self help' (o be U.S. Command said Sunday. jlhe Strategic Arms Limitations essential'ingredient in eco- The incident, in War Zone 'nomic development JS5 miles northwest of "ari'iman gave the Democral-; --_A decade after Prosidenl was Ihe second errant firing ofilc view of Nixon's first :Kennedv initiated the 'MUance rackets by an AH-1 Cobra gun-is'al.e of lhe WwM message Process' we are told thai ship within Ihe past week. of the Nixon administration is Ihe Vietnamese civilians were killed I1 nuncil's International decide thai 'partnership1 land 11 wounded in the first mis- Affaire Committee. shnuld ,hc of I hap March H. I is difficult lo find in its tionslup with Latin America words much thai adds to nr ''nder-l ,Inrriman said "more impor- standing of Ihe complex mlerna- (aniiv. this simplistic seimnmx, tional issues we he said. iriR JB hy .cratic congestion As a dnciimenl Ibal purprots' "For page afler page Ihe re- ,t obe'a new approach to foreign pw, describes the 'new' ma- Ihe Senaleisomo, they plan lo keep lelc- it lacks subslance and chinerj' which the Nixon admin- candor m laying out Ihe many isiralihn ha< created lo handle inns issues lhe country faces, it fails to offer a creative every place." 'i'oney Avirgan, ai'he demonstrations and al.so: Mobe, massive mailing program !lo overload the local Ibnarcls wilh information WEATHER to Nixon "They know all about Abibne, Tiolan and Ihe nther places Tnc jor about that kinds of things K.n wcnl (mt airested. They do not plan loj Snggosliniis and advice on lhe registrants and "bog is waging an unjust war1 Where necessary, they said, force entry to offices or lo de-jdcmonslratinns, how lo organize flown in I heir own bureaucra- in Vielnam, we cannot in have asked for police, per- jcivil disobedience and whal Avirgan said. wcekkvhcn arrested have gone onti card turn-ins, from the cluttered scl of offices been taking place there. Now Mobilization Committee lo Is up to them lo do something about he added. 'In fact, we're asking Justice Department in parti- cular to help wilh our case in he said. Smith leslified at 11m meelings behalf of Die Mexican- End the Wai- in Vietnam, the group that massive "1C antiwar demonstrations last fall. Us flyer says "Confront on American Defense, whirti he is "on present.. He was nrlive In American Mono headquarters j Circulation of "We iconscionco cooperate, in any jway with Ihc military. We therefore declare our delermi- mils lo hold ,1 rally or a U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ESSA WEATHER BUREAU Map. PS. AFVILF.NE AND VICINITY idiiisl increase In clourtiriess lilllc Sunday imtl Swnrlftv nighl. foreign affairs. "Layer upon layer of 'plan- ning', review', 'analysis', and of op- lions'; committees within com- mitlees; panels within panels; groups wilhin groups. "Whal emerges in this pic. lure: an administration lhal has confused syslcm wilh suh- Mance, lhat has substituted in- stilulionali7rd mechanics for silriowns are somelhing Io rpf asi in an old building in downtown'Oo11 slalcmcnts in high as st-ilcs Washington. ;atid also high school In some [.laces there may be for counseling oti the draft only five pickets, Avirga.i said.i theater, such as a jn victirim They don'l give you a permit; .silling in a Avir-! said. rqhl chance lo ____ aod lurninq Monday. Hiqh Sundrty in Ihe ijnrwr Creative action." Sunday nioht In Ihe 40s. to soulh past, in lo IS m.p.h. erobnbilily o( rain MonrTav, 70 per com. TEMPERATURES Drafl Report lo Hie Draft Hoard March ID." They hope lo report in such numbers, in per- son, by mail or by lolophono, as lo impede Hie work of drafl hoards. Leaders say Ihey have no Idea lliere will he thousands iirspoclcr of youlli in olhers. Sponsors expect from long black robes and hood--sil- lo here for a rally on MiiR in IHe lobbies of drafl Iho WashiiiRlon Momimenl hoards. Rrotinds and a march lo the nn- The drafl cards collecled nud Kach local group will be re-' ii ?'00 R no Ml lioual of Ihe Selec- tive Service. System. Ihe Won't do" slalcmouls be mailed lo New Mohe "Many people on tills day are headquarters. leaders plan to requests from olhers. ies, Ihe demonslralors will re- fuse lo nccepl bond, he said. In Taelics vary from cily lo cily. Inlhrrs, Ihe demnnstratnrs will In some, proleslei'S plan lo RO loj remain in jail until Iheir friends hoard offices Thursday them up with queries. In have raised bond lo release In them. 50 11 10 51 I'rnn Hiqh nrwl Inw fnr ft p.m.: A7 anrl "ft High nrvl Inw lnr. flntl 4J. Sunset las.1 nlgbl: f. p n< fi'.W i Inr D.rn. Baromelwr rtarilng jil 10 HiKnlrUtv at 10 p.m.t JMT i Harriman said "a few good appointments are worlh a score of committees. One wise deci- sion is worth more thai, ri slack of studies." On America, Harriman said Nixon's "pious preach- iinents of mask a j'benign negled' for the growing in crisis of demorracv and 57 opmenl in our Hemisphere." Kp u As to and NATO, Har- 1 Turn In DEMOS, Pg. 2-A   

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