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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1970, Abilene, Texas                                "wiTHouroR WITH'OFFENSE to. FRIENDS :OR TOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD. EXACTLY: AS IT 90TH YEAR, NO. 55 PHONE 6734271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10, PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS lOc SUNDAY 'Associated Press U.S. Official's ,'By ELLIE HUCKER Answer Requested On Many Dying Trees Q. Lais.and lots ol trees arc dying al! .over iown, frees of several varieties. At least I sec these on the north side where 1 travel most. What's happening? A. Several nurserymen and tree servicemen said'this is very normal in hot weather, if a tree has any ailments (mineral deficiency, .disease, insects, etc.) the dry hot weather.lends to. bring..-them but. They suggest feeding the trees, pouring water to thcnvarid if this doesn't do the trick, call a tree service for more detailed instructions. Q. Cpulrt you refer us to someone or someplace' from which we could learn the proper; care .for.leakwood furniture? U'e have some lovely hand carved furniture :'from Taiwan. Since; we hrangnt It to the U.S. it.has .lost Its luster (we have, been using English lertion. o'U'M The wood has shrunk'as A.; A furnilure.expert told Action Line that this'is' a'common, problem with teakwood furniture because it comes from a humid climate and the. wood -is, not properly' cured befdre'biihg furniture, il To'slpyMhe: aifd restore (He luster'try using" teakwdod.oii often and waxlhg'it. A furniture refinisher oil evaporates faster than teakwood: oil, that may be why it's not slopping the shrinkage. Q..In regard to your column of July 27. Having been In Ihe cemetery. busliess for 22 years I do lot see how il Is possible to bury anyone wilh (heir heads to (he east so "they can face the morning sun." If one's head Is to the east .they must face west or turn around which Is Impossible try tt. It Is correct to 'say oh an east-west lot all heads are on the west edge the space thus they are facing east. If we are wrong on Ihte we have many problems we tell all our families that all heads are to the west so they face the rising sun. .A. And you are so right. Our sources said, "head to the west, so they face the ris- ing sun." But when writing that answer we visualized turning the face west, which results in a view of the setting sun. So, rather than face a dozen letters asking, "How can you see Ihe rising sun when facing our poor over-worked mind decided it must be-east. Thai's whal we get for thinking, if you'll hang in there, we're leamin' fast it's the lop of Ihe head thai counts, not the face. Q. Please fell me how old Is the wrestler Terry Fuiik Jr.? Wbet Is.hls birthday? Is he married and If so, many children does lie have? Also, where may I wrile lo. him? A. You'd beller think twice'about writing him because he's married to.an attractive- blonde named Vickh Terry: is 29; his birthday is Dec. 21. ;lle .has two year old daughter named Stacy, can write him at Ihe Flying Mare Ranch in Umbarger, Texas. MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay The Tupamaro guerril- las executed American police expert; Daniel A. Mitrioiie dur- ing, the night because the, Uru- guayah government refused to. release an estimated 150 politi- cal prisoners as ransom for him and two other-kidnaped foreign officials. Milrione's body was 'found bound and gagged jn-a.bloods- tained car parked-on a city street. He hart been shot twice in the head. A bandage covered the chest wound he suffered when he was kidnaped July 31 while driving to work. Police sealed'off the area, re- moved, the body from'the car and declined'to say had taken it. They refused to give official confirmation thai it was: Mitrione's, but 'police. offi- cials told newsmen there was little or-no. doubt. A U.S. Embassy .spokesman announced later that the body." had been identified by a friend as that of Milrione. Unconfirmed: reports circulal- ed thai a second body had been found, but-.the police.said noth- ing.-. ..The; abandoned .car was found at. ail: inlersectiqn.i; about four nilles from the the city 3 People living the. in- tersection said they had not heard shots or cars roaring off. This indicated that the Tupama- ros had killed Mitrione, driven the body to the intersection and left The car had beeni stolen Sun- day." It. was Shortly'.after, .ihe.. body ..was found, police declared the inter- section a military.zone and.pro- hibited newsmen and photogra- phers from coming near- the car. Milrione apparently was killed more than 12 hours after the Sunday noon deadline set by the Tupamaros for his exccu- Market Prices Open Lower NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices opened lower In moderate trade loday. Losers outnumbered gainers by a narrow margin on Hie New York Stock Exchange. lion. They had said they would kill him because President Jorge Pachcco Area) refused to free an'estimated 150 political prisoners as ransom for Mitr- ione and two. other foreigners kidnaped by the, leftist guerrilla organization. The Tupamaros have said nothing about what they plan lo do with their other Brazilian Consul Aloysio Mares Dia's Gomide, and Claude Fly, 65, of Fort Collins, Colo., a soil expert working for the Uruguayan government. .Dias Gomide was kidnaped July 31, the day Mitrione was seized. Fly was kidnaped last Friday. Milriohe, 50-year-old former police chief of Ind., is Ihe second foreigner killed in llie-wave of Lalin-American po- litical kidnapings that- began last September. Guatemalan .rebels .murdered Ihe Wesl Ger- man ambassador, Count Karl .yon Spreti, last April after the Guatemalan government, re- 16 release 17-political pris- oners. Local radio stations received several anonymous telephone calls shortly .after the., deadline nimr Sunday reporting that Mitrione had been executed. The .callers also said the other two hostages would be killed but the Tupamaros issued no com- munique to confirm either re- port." Meanwhile, troops and police kept'up a street-bystreet more iltia'n.' ing nine suspqcted Tupamaros and a .doctor believed to .have treated Mitrione for .a bullet wound in the chest he got when kidnaped. The body found today had a bandaged chesl wound. Mitrione was sent'to Monte- video by the U.S. Agency for In- ternational Development as an adviser to the Uruguayan po- lice. Tupamaro communiques accused him of being a spy for the U.S. government and said he had admitted "providing le- thal weapons to repress the Uruguayan people." Mitrione's wife is in Montevid- eo' with five of their nine chil- dren, The other four are in the United States. SHORELINE SHRINKS White Rock Lake, in Dallas, !began to. yield ;irp Ms secrets as Dallas' ini-droiilh 'stretched irito its 16th day. Sunday was the fitlh consecu- tive day for 100-degree temperatures with the mercury peaked at 102 in mid-afternoon. (AP Wirephoto) WEEKEND SHOOTING Two Towns Probationer Held in Death GstRain :By ROY A. JONES' 11 Heporter-News SlaW Writer An Abilene man who received a 10-year, probated, prison term only one week sgo for attempted murder was one of two men charged Monday with the weekend murder of a Mexican national who was visiting here. Charged in Justice of the Peace Silas Clark's court with murder with malice in the early Sundry shooting death of Esleban Zarate, 33, of Colima, Mexico, are Joe Alcala Florcs, 23, of 5201 Capitol, and Rudy ttodriguez, about 25, address listed as 500 block of Graham. Zarate, shot once in the chesl and once in Ihe leg, during a Governor Gifts Toned Down': Rods, Reels, Plenty of Booze LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo, Behind tight security arrangements, the nation's gov- ernors are spending a luxurious week al this lakeside resort with private industry, for the most part, picking up the tab. Each of the 46 governors is living in a private home and has been furnished a limousine and driver, a cabin cruiser at least 33 feet long plus some two dozen gifts ranging from an (65 rod- and-reel set lo a personalized doormat. More than 700 National Guard military policemen and slate highway patrolmen are as- signed to make sure outsiders stay out and to chauffeur conference participants. "We do not expect host G-ov.. Warren E. Heames of Missouri explained Sunday, "but al the same time we think that the old ounce of prevention business still holds true." He conceded that the confer- ence site, at Ihe Tan-Tar-A re- sort in central Missouri, Is "a somewhat secluded spot." Many newsmen .and gover- nors' aides are being housed at motels some 10 miles from the S Watch Out for 'Oblong Smile BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) Beware the "oblong smile." That's when they're just pretending to enjoy your joke or off-the-cuff remark. Dr. Ewan Grant of Birming- ham University's psychiatry de- partment uses that name for the' smile all of us Irbt out when we know we have to be polite. Grant has noted more than 100. in- cluding smiles, by which we give ourselves.away. "The way we use these sig- nals can give extremely .valu- able information about the way we are he said. "The mouth is. frequently used.to ex- press emotions and It is-very difficult to disguise these.' "Our work will'be useful In psychialry because it.will en- able doctors lo see how patlcnls react to certain questions about their only in what they say, which might be dis- guised, but through their non- verbal signals." There are other the eyebrow twitch, the frown, the eyelid lowering, the moving Ihe smile is an easy due to catch. The, five basic smiles, said Grant, are: "how do you do" smile which lends to linger in family greetings. Only the up-1 per teeth are uncovered and the mouth generally is only slightly open. A "typically npnso. cial smile" occurring when someone is happy by himself. The lips curve back and up but remain together so there's no dental display. smile lhal occurs "In situations of pleasurable dterwnt." The mouth Is open, tha lips curled right bach and both upper and lower teeth can be one is often seen in coy girls. Il's much the same as the upper smile except that Ihe lower lip' is drawn in be- tween the teeth. Grant said it implies that the smiler feels in some way subordinate to the person she is meeting. And then Ihere's that oblong smile, the one'when the smiler pratends to enjoy something he or she isn't. The lips are drawn fully back from both upper and lower teeth, forming and oblong wilh the lips. Somehow there doesn't seem to be depth to this smile. Grant said this is Ihe grimace called forth "when a girl gets too much attention.from an am- orous drunk, or Is being chased round the office by her bou." conference. They have lo park about a mile away and be driv- en in by a guardsman. The governors will hold for- mal conference sessions each morning. The afternoons are de-. voted to private meetings, press conferences and recreation. Each evening, there is a re- ception or dinner sponsored by such corporate giants as Coca. Cola, Anheuser-Busch or Xerox. The resort's extensive facili- bowling alleys, lennjs courts and available to conference partici- pants. Asked about the gifts for each governor, Jerry Bryan, press secretary lo Hearnes, said, "It really is very meager." There is nothing to compare with the television sets and matched luggage sets that gov- ernors have toted home from past conferences. A gift list supplied by a conference aide Includes a case of beer and soft drinks, three bottles of whisky and one of champagne, shoes and paniy hose for Ihe women, a beach towel and cushion complete with poncho plus local Missouri mo- mentoes: two corn-cob pipes, a plaque and a scsquiccntennial coin. Altogether, some 85 corpora- tions- and private individuals have provided services 'for the conference. No slate funds are being used, a 'decision by Heames afler the legislature re- jected a state Income lax. "We toned it down this one aide said, adding that the large number of expenses In connection with the annual ses- sion states from having governors altercation at the Red Man Lodge, N. 5th and Walnut, died at a.m. Sunday :at Hendrlck. Memorial Hospital. He had been doing farm work al liotan. IDS BODY WAS to be trans- ferred Monday lo Coliriia, Mexico, for funeral and burial. Elliott's Funeral Home handled local arrangements. No charges were filed immediately in connection wilh the wounding of a second man during the incident. Salvadore Sanchez, 27, of 4247 Clover Lane, was shot once in the left chest and was listed in satisfactory condition Monday at Hendrick. A misdemeanor charge of carrying a prohibited weapon grew from the shooting. Tobias Sanchez, 36, with whom Zarate had been staying in Rotan, was arrested and charged wilh carrying a .380 automatic pistol. ONE OTHER injury was reported when, during the con- fusion, Pedro G. Gonzalcs of 2057 Fannin, reportedly ran headfirst through the front glass door ot the lodge, located across the. street from police head- quarters. He was not seriously injured. Monday morning, Adult Pro- bation Office Bill McCay immediately filed an application asking for revocation of the probation granted Flores only five days before Ihe shooting. UT Says No Students On Downed Plane AUSTIN (AP) The Univer- sity of Texas said today there were no UT students aboard Ihe Peruvian airliner which crashed Sunday, night despite a New York Times story to the con- trary. The plane crash killed 99 per- sons, 54 of them Americans, many of them leen-age students on a tour of Inca ruins. The university said there are eight to.nine UT professors, de- partment heads and possibly a few students in Peru for various reasons but no large official groups.____________________ NEWS INDEX Bridge................6B. Classified 8-1 IB Comics 5B Editorials..............45 Hbrojcopt.........'.... 8A Hospital Patients 7A Ooituories............ 2A Sports............. 13-15A To Your Good Health___6B TV Log 9A TV Scout............. 9A Flores had received the pro- bation Aug. 3 from 42nd District Judgo Raleigh Brown, after he pleaded guilly to felony charges of assault wilh intent to murder in connection wilh the shooting of Joe Cruz Silva, 30, of 710 Jeanelte, in a Nov. 9 gun battle at Ambler and Graham. FI.ORES STII.L faces Irial on Identical charges growing out of shots fired at Silva's home the night before the Sunday after- noon gun battle in which more than a dozen shots were fired. Asst. Criminal Dist. Ally. Lynn Ingalsbe had said after Flores' guilty plea, lhal the second trial would be "held up" pending Flores' good behavior while on probation. Ingalsbe said o n d a y however, that a trial date will be set for the charges immediately, "and if I have anything to do with it, we'll try to gel the sentences stacked (added one on the other) if we' can convict him." CRIMINAL DIST. Ally. Ed Paynter said he will recommend thai Judge 'Clark set a "high bond" for Flores when he is transferred from City lo County jail. Flores was arrested Sunday night at his home but Rodriguez had not been taken into custody by mid-morning Monday. Two Big Country towns welcomed some rain' Monday morning, arid if Abllene's forecast holds tree, there could be some moisture here, breaking Ihe 68-day dry spoil. Goree, Is five miles east of Munday, received .20 inch Monday morning and Knox City reported n "good shower." The Abilene Weather Bureau at Municipal Airport forecasts a 20 per cent chance for molslure Monday afternoon and evening with a high Monday about 95, and low Monday near 75 and the high Tuesday near 90. The 68-day dry period in Abilene marks the longest in Abileno's history. There has been no measurable rain since June 1. WEATHER U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ESSA WEATHER BUREAU (Wealher Mip, fg. 7-A) ABILENE AND VICINITY to radlui] Partly cfwjdv and not quire u hot Monday -and Tuesday with a pcjilbllUy cf Ka tiered Ihurtdtr showers Mcnday airernoon and evening. High Monday rear H, low 'Monday nlghl netr 75 and high Tuesday war 70. Llgnl from the turning rorrhcrty Monday. ProbabllMy at rain 30 per cenl- Hlgh arxl (aw for 24 hcurs ending 9 a.m.: 100 and 17. High and low for Jait year; 99 and 77. Sunict lail p.m. Stnrlsa today: 7 a.m. Suntet ton'-ghl: Gunmen Captured After Kidnaping GADSD1W, Ala. (AP) Four gunmen battled their way into an industrialist's home today and shot their way out, taking a hostage after chaining the man's wife and son. The four were caplurcd short- ly afterwards in a shootoul wilh more than a score of law offi- cers who trailed them. The host- age, a security guard, was not hurt seriously. Three of the gunmen were wounded and taken to a hospital in Gadsden. The fourth was Jailed. The industrialist, John F. Bradford, was shot in the foot but managed to wound one of the gunmen in the invasion of his mansion alop a mountain be- Iwcen Gadsden and Rainbow City. The gunmen overpowered guards at (he fenced and heavi- ly guarded home. They lied up Mrs. Bradford, and Ihe couple's 15-year-old .son, witfi chains. Chief' Deputy Felton-ColUec gave thli account: After the breakin, Bradford somehow managed to shoot one of the men in the foot and was himself wounded in the foot. The men. look a security guard, Emory Thompson, host- age after chaining the chief of security at Ihe Bradford home. They .took furs 'and jewelry and fled.with Thompson in a panel truck. Sheriff's depulics, Gadsden police and stale troopers shot it out with the gunmen on U.S. 431 about Iji miles south of Beaz. The wounded gunmen were iden'.ified as David Allen Ford, 21, Atlanta, Ga., shot in the fool; Teddy' Edward Holiday, 30, wounded ia.: the shoulder, and Tommy Garrison, 23, no address given, undeter- mined wounds. A man tentatively Identified as Thomas G. Smith was jailed. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford and their son'were, taken lo a hbspi- tal.although'Mrs.'Bradford and. Steve were not.hurt. Thompson'reportedly suffered a blow on the bead, 4 I-   

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