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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Abilene, Texas                                "WITHOUT OR. WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 89TH YEAR, NO.'345 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, FRIDAY EVENING, 'MAY 29, 1970 PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Prea SUNDAY EVANGELIST BILLY GRAHAM AND PRESIDENT NIXON looking over crusade program in Knoxvillc, Tenn. (AP Wlrcpholl) AT GRAHAM CRUSADE President Urges Spiritual Return By ESCAR THOIVIPSON KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) President Nixon has told a youth night crow'd at a Billy Graham crusade that In realize their full potential, young Amer- icans "must turn to those great spiritual sources that have made America the great coun- try it is." Potatoes Sexy! It's Possible Under New Policy WASHINGTON (AP) Americans can get their names taken off commercial mailing lists that offer everything from' pornography lo potatoes simply by telling their postmasters they find the products lop sexy. "If somebody says he finds an advertisement for potatoes erot- Ically arousing or sexually pro- vocative', we're not going lo challenge his motives one Post Office Depart- ment official said Thursday. T.The basis for the policy Is a 1967 upheld by the Supreme designed to lake innocent families off the mailing lists of pornography pushers. However, the Post Office legal department has contended the Supreme Court ruling does not broaden the antipandering law, despite some speculation Chief Justice Warren' E. Burger's opinion could be interpreted to mean the law'covers all unsoli- cited mail advertising.. Post Office does not plan lo challenge any postal pa.lron's definition of "er- otically arousing or sexually sources in the de- partment say. In upholding the law, Burger wrote for the court that each person has the constitutional "lo be let alone." Constitutionality of the law was challenged by a group of "mailers who claimed it violated rights of free speech and freedom of the press. Under the law, a poslm aster who redeves a form complain- ing that advertising Is offensive to a recipient must instruct the mailer (p lake the recipient off his mailing list. .If the-mailer does not comply within .10 days, the U.S. attorney can ask for a federal court in- junction, making the mailer li- able lo contempt of court if he refuses. was held Thurs- day night at the University of .Tennessee football stadium, and. a university official estimated that lieard the President and tbe evangelist speak. The President, appearing on a college campus for the first time in almost a year, was in- terrupted during his brief speech by a-small band of heck-- lers chanting "peace now" and "one, two, three, four, we don't waini Nixon's war." The crowd booed the demonstrators. Police arrested nine persons on charges of disturbing a pub- lic worship, a misdemeanor. Nixon said he and Ihe stu- dents both want the same thing "I can tell you my life is dedi- cated to the cause that I know you are dedicated to, all of' the chief executive de- clared. "I want this nation to be at peace, and we shall be. "A great majority cf Ameri- young people, as I do, do approve of dissent but they say they want the-right lo be heard, and when they speak lliey want the right to be lieard, and when they' speak they think other peo- ple should be silent so thM Ihey cap be heard." The President continued: "It is a generation that is not the lost generation, as sonv> Ameri- cans think. It isn't Ins beat gen- eration. It isn't the heat-up rjen- eralion. It can be and will be- come Ihe great young genera- tion." Nixon conceded America isn't .everything he would like it to be. Young people, he said arc concerned about sucn things as air and water pollution, poor housing, inferior education and alienation between the races. "I know there are things about America that are ho snid. "But I also know this: that this is a country where a young person knows that there is a peaceful way ho csn change what he doesn't like 'about America and that is why it is a great country." Graham made n plea for Americans to support Nixon in what he called "the world's loneliest and toughest job." The evangelist Nisron and his wife lo attend the cru- sade while on Uieir way from Washington to their San Cle- mente, Calif., home for the Me- morial Day weekend. "We know by your presence, you are once again reminding us that ours >s .1 crisis nf ihat on'iy spirit of God can heal us ant! bring us told Nixon. An Outside Look At Census Count SAN ANTONIO WV Life as a census taker is not without its lighter moments. Take, for instance, the census form query on flush toilets. Mrs. Aileen O'Callaghan, census manager here, recalled this incident: "There was'one man who said he had a flush toilet. And then in the margin he wrote, 'It's an outhouse and rain barrel, and that's my business.'" Mrs. O'Callaghan, who released prelimin- ary figure Thursday showjng Sail Antonio's population is now compared with in 1960, also'recalled this anecdote. A man sent in a form saying he had a second house on his lot with five occupants. "We thought this was fine until we got the ages. .The oldest was 7. So we thought this was a little we found that it was a ctog house." There were five dogs, she said, and the oldest was 7. i "Those things happen in all censuses, of course, and I'm glad people did have a sense of she said. Market Opens Higher NEW Stock market prices opened higher in moderately active trading. Advances led declines by a 2 to 1 margin. NEWS INDEX Amusemenls..........8.9B Bridge............. 3B Classified.......... 12-17B Comics 11B tdiloriols............. 10B Horoscope 2A Hospital Polienti ISA Obiluories Sporrs 11-I3A To Your Good Heallh____5A -TV Log.............1 7B Women's Hail Cuts Wide Panhandle Path Some Areas Report Piles 2 Feet Deep Dy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Massive hailstorms cut a wide swath through wheat crops in the Toxas Panhandle Thursday night as storms that continued almost lo dawn Friday swept large sections. Heavy wheat crop losses were reported near Skellylown, While Deer, Childross and Groom as hail some o[ golf ball size piled up as much as 2 teal deep. The heaviest and biggest hail fell in the Skellytown area north- east of Amarillo, the Texas De- partment of Public Safety re- ported, "It was two feel deep in plricos an clsome of it looked like an officer said. Smaller hail fell In the White Deer section. A Carson County deputy sheriff said Lhe hail "piled up 2 to 3 inches deep in 10 minutes." The same officer said the Skellytown storm continued for an hour, dumping up to 3 inches Israelis Kill 10 Members Of Syrian Guerrilla Band By MICHAEL GROSS Associated Press Writer TEL AVIV (AP) -Israeli troops killed 10 members of a Syrian guerrilla band that crossed inlo Israeli territory Friday from Jordan and later in the day Israeli warplanes stuck a series of Egyptian military targets, the mililary command announced. The toll of Syrians was one ot the highest claimed by the Is- raelis in a single clash since the 1967 Middle East war. No Israe- li casualties wero reported.' Tel Aviv said the Israeli jets hit a major Egyptian naval port in the Sataga area ot the Red Sea coast and installations along the Suez Canal. A spokes- man said the Suez raids lasted nearly an hour and all planes relumed safely from both sor- ties. fired from Jordan early today into the Israeli border selllc- menl of Yolveta, in Ihe Ncgev desert south of the Dead Sea. He said the settlement ot Idmil, in western Galilee, came under bazooka fire from inside Laba- non Thursday night. No casualties were reported In cilhcr shelling. Israeli soldiers continued their daily hilltop patrolling Just across the Lebanese border Thursday, but the military spokesman said there were no e n c o u n I e r s wilh tabancsc troops or Arab guerrillas. Tiie Israelis began the patrols after guerrillas ambushed an Israeli school bus near the border last Friday. 4 MEN KILLED Oil From Rig Blast Covers Beach Area The military command sail (he Syrian guerrillas crossedt. the Jordan River near Ihe Maoz Haim settlement 12 miles south of the Sea of Galilee and appar- endy were headed toward that settlement when patrolling Is- raeli troops encountered thorn. During the 30 minute battle, bazookas and light arms were fired from Jordanian territory to support the raiders, informed sources said. The Israelis said they found Soviet rifles, bazookas and sabo- tage materials near the bodies of the guerrillas. The military spokesman also said a number of rockets were By PAUL HECEIt Associated Press Writer GALVESTON, Tex. (AP) Oil Irom an offshore oil rig ex- l plosion and fire that killed four V and left six missing moved to- day onto a portion ol Calves- ton's extensive beaches, fouling a mile-long stretch badly. The explosion and firs in the Gulf of Mexico erupted Thurs- day, 12 miles offshore. Fifln.cn pci-sons suffered injuries. An nil storage tank on the platform of 'the oil rig ruptured, pouring oil into the gulf. Coast Guard I.I. R .E. Har- ringlon said origin of the explo- sion is unknown. The blast ap- parently set off a fire which quickly spread lo a repair boat Rocking Prescribed For Newborn Infants SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Something old is going to be tried on newbora babies at the University of California School of rocking chair. "The infant Icfl alone for weeks in an incubator can be- come socially says Dr. Louis Gluck, professor of pediatrics. The nurses will cud- dle and rock babies during time spent out of Ihe incubators. Gluck, who won national roc- ogniUon for an infant-care pro- gram at Yale-New Haven Medi- cal Center, plans other innova- lions (or University Hospital. In a training class next fall, mirses and doctors from eight hospitals will meet weekly for two months to study the latest in infant care. Then the nurses will spend up to six weeks in the hospital's In- fant special care center, study-. ing how best to treat sick .and premature newborns. The mortality rate of newborn Americans is Gluck in an interview Thursday. "Of every 1.000 babies born in the United Stales today, 22 won't live to blow out the can- dips on their first birthday he said. The main problem, he said, is brain damage related directly lo poor mod'cal care during Ihe crilical first days of life. TIic special care unit, he said, "will have rocking chairs where babies will be held, fondled, pel- ted and patted during feeding periods." floating underneath the rig's platform. The oil slick spread from Ihe swank Flagship Hotel, bullion a pier, westward about a mile. The Coast Guard issued a plea for hay to help absorb Ihe oil from Ihe beaches. The first thing thai strikes a beach visitor Is Ihe acrid, pcnotrnting. Each wave coming In to the beach seems lo have a black ic- ing. Where the beach Is clean, it is choked wilh school kids free for the summer and early cclobrators of the Me- morial Day weekend. Fishermen cast their lines off piers outside tho oil slick area. There was no evidence o[ birds being oil coaled. Gov. Preston Smith sent pollu- tion experts to Galveston. Of 17 known 'survivors, only (wo escaped injuries. Four of Ihe injured were hospitalized. Three oil wells about feet away are linked with Ihe platform but a spokesman for Chambers Kennedy Oil Co. in Houston, owners of the struc- ture, said the wells had been closed off when a repair job got under way two weeks ago. "The only thing burning is some oil we had in five barrel storage tanks and they were only about one-third Ihe spokesman said. The fire billowed smoke that could be seen for several hours in Galveston. Coast Guard vessels and hell- copters searching for the miss- ing workers were assited by an Air P'oroe C130 aircraft equipped with powerful spot- lights. Only one of the dead had been identified. He was Barnwell Armstrong of Lake Jackson. of rain with the hail and flatten- ing the wheat. Funnel clouds were reported during the night near Childress, While Deer and Groom. A citi- zen said the White Deer funnel dropped put of a dark thunder- storm twice but never lu't the ground-- Winds of 60 rnilcs per hour or more accompanied Ihe storms as Ihe.y shook Skellytown and Plainview. Officers said the losses from the damaged crops, automobile glass and residential roofs would be heavy. Nobody would hazard a quick estimate, but an officer said the wheat was "all lost" in the bail nroas. Hail stacked up so high on Texas 2W, which runs north and south through Carson County, Ihat only one lane of aulomobile traffic could niovc for awhile, the DPS said. The storms continued near dawn.in the Canadian area ot the Panhandle, along the Ucd River Valley and from Sagerton to Newcastle lo Hreckenrirtgij, roughly and in broken fashion from the Swcctwalcr area to Lako Tc.xorna. New storms developed In Hie Panhandle and severe thunder- slonn watches were posted for a 10-counly area imiil 5 a.m. Except for the aroas of turbu- lence, skies over the rest ol the slate were generally clear as dawn broke. Prc-dnwn tempera- lures were generally In the 70s except in the Panhandle where they ranged down into Uie 60s. Gunshot Death rSeIMnflictedr 1IASKEU. (RNS) Henry Knlpling, 62, was found rtend at his home in Ihe Bunker Com- munity northwest ot Stamford about 7 p.m. Thursday. lie had been shot wilh a .22 caliber rifle. Justice of the Peace Hubert Bledsoe ot Ilaskell ruled that death was due to gunshot wounds, self inflicted. Mr. Kntpling was believed lo finvc been dead since Tuesday morning. Funeral will be at 4 p.m. Friday in Ilolden-McCaulcy Funeral Homo. Burial will be In Highland Cemetery. Mr. Knipling was born Sept. 27, 1907, in Porl Lavaca and came to Ilaskell County wilh his parents as a cliild. llc was a retired [armcr. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. F. J. noedekcr ot Stamford and Mrs. F. A. Klegemocllcr of Sagcrlon; two brolhcrs, Arthur of Sagerton and Albert ot Stamford; several nieces and nephews. WEATHER U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ESSA WEATHER BUREAU (Wfilhir mip, W- AQILEtJE AND VICINITY radlui) Croud f lo paNlv cfoudy and warm toddy, lorljht and Salurcby. Highs b-'h days In the upnfr JCi, lew r.far Winds 10'jlherlr from 10-M m p.h. H'ch and low for 7J hour] ending al 9 a.m.: 17 if-d 70. High and kw tor urn? ptrlcd year: O And 45 Suniel p.m.; Today: a.m.; lunset ionfchl: Source of Biblical Verse Is Requested Bv ELME RUCKER and BETTY GRISSOM .Q. Please, where did the quotation or saying Ihat "fiod will not give you more than you can come from? 1 can't find It In the Bible and yet since my husband has a terminal disease and so many other things have happened to me everyone fiays tils (o me. I don't believe it, A: Your question led us Into conversation with three different college Bible professors and Action Line heard three good sermons of faith. All three professors agreed the verse the saying has reference to is I Corinthians which reads: "No temptation has overtaken you that is nol common lo man. God Is faithful, and he will not lot you be templed beyond your strength, but wilh the temptation will also provide the way to escape, that you may be able to endure it." The "temptation" in this case is lo give up or lose faith. Q. I'd like lo know: Is anything In be run through a dishwasher (o clear II cf something lh.it looks like ashes fir some sort of grll Ihat Is washed up Into the bottoms ot the glasses. When they dry yon can hardly get (hem clean by hand washing. H'hal could he wrong? A. There are several possibilities, says one repairman, but it would be Impossible lo determine Ihe problem without looking over the situation. The dishwasher may not be getting enough water to wash out all the detergent and the grit may be dried soap powder, he Bays. Could be a plumbing problem causing the drain from Ihe sink lo hack into the dishwasher or Ihcre may be mineral deposits in the lining of the hot water healer. Sorry, we couldn't save you a service charge bul Ihe repairman is your besl bet. Q. Could you (ell me where I can find Stuart Ilamhlrm record albums? I'm especially Inlcrcstcd In "This Old HRIISC" and "It's Nn Srcrel What God Can possibly others. A. Stuart llamblcn's father, Ihe Itev. .T. H. Hamblcn of Abilene, told Action Line these records may he obtained by writing to Stuart Ilsmblcn, 7748 Mulholland Dr., Hollywood, Crtlif. This is where Sluart now lives and is Mill writing spiritual songs. Q. While In San Antonio recently I purchased a self-adjusllnj ring for (mir dollars. Within a few days, however, It started Inrnlng my linger green and heqan cracking because II was sell- adjusting. I like It very much and hate lo throw II away. I put clear polish on (lie Inside In keep U from lurnlog grrcn but Hbat can I do about tie cracking? A. A local Jeweler tells us it might be possible lo solder it but il'd cost more to have it fixed than the ring is worth. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, try soldering it with an E.P.O.X.E. glue. This can be obtained at the variety, hardware or discount stores. My daughter Is Interested In moving to Texas and Mould like to know how to contact persons could give her Information on court reporting In Texas. She Is a good one and would need n Job It she moves here. A. She would need lo write to J. L. McAlee, 931 Bankers Mortgage Building, Houston, Tex. 77002, McAlee is In charge of placement in Ihis area. Address (o Action Line, Box 30, Abilene, Texas 79601. Names'wlH not be used hut questions must be signed and addresses given. Please Include (cleptoae numbers It possible. A   

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