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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Abilene, Texas WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 90TH YEAH. NO. 125 PHONE 673-4271 ,r, ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16. PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS 10C SUNDAY LINE n> EI.I.IE Hl'CKKR Pollution Questioned On New City Industry Q. I think ll's wonderful ahonl Ihe new rubber plant! Rut whal about pollution? -A. H shouldn't be Inn great a problem because the slate laws nnw require all plants being prespnlly built tn include equipment Uiat will prevent them from polluting air and water. The plant won't have a smoke- stack, hut in rase nnr is necessary in the future. Ihe smnke. hy Ian-, would have in be filtered to preveni pollution. The water used in moling equipment at the plant will be re-rirculalrd. so il won't be poured into our u-ater supply. Klton Ahlas, whn is manager of the Industrial Dcpt. of the Chamber of said he visited Ihe Muscaline, Inwa, plant and there was no noticeable odor emanating from the plant. Q. I hair a split Iral phllodendrom and as Ihp last flic Iravps have developed on 11 thpy haven't splH, hut rrmalnpd one nnseparated leal- My question Is what caused this and what Is the proper way to rare for Ihls type of plant? A. We're guessing lhat you repolled your plant into a larger container. Plant expert Paula Carter said this would cause a change in the plant. Tropical plants such as philn- dendrnm don't require a lot of dirt or rnol space. She snid if you'll repnl il in a smaller container it will grow better. Or if ynu ab- solutely don't want tn repot it, feed il a high potash fertilizer and Ihe roots will grow faster and fill the pot. If ynu want a large container lor appearance sake, place, the small pot Inside Uie large pot. Ihen fill with dirt. In caring for it, water It often, but in small amounts. q. Thf morning, Sppl. 21 edition of The Reporter-News published 8 large picture of two ladles wearing nlastlc cleaning bags over their heads and shoulders to protect their hairdos from the rain. Aren't these plastic hags still a hazard to children that could lead to their suffocation and death If thpy take Ihls as an example nf a plaything? A. VPS. they're extremely dangerous and not a safe way for children to keep their hearts dry. or else for that matter. Several years agn when Ihe haps first came out, there was a rash of suffocations of children whn played with them ard crawled inln them. The hags should be thrown away as soon a-, Ihe garments are removed: Iney shouldn't be used for storage purposes; there are heavy plastic storape baps designed specifically [or that purpose. Q. I'm In (he Air Knrre and plan to hy absentee ballot. My residence Is Mesqullf. Tex. I'd like to vote In the. coming election and I'd like Inlormatlon en the men In these contests sn I can vote Intelligently. can I get on a mailing list for Information on the candidates? A Action Line may hp out of business alter giving this hit of advice, but truly your best bet is lo subscribe to the Mesquitp newspaper, if you want information about local candidales. Vnu could write Ihe Individual candidates requesting they put you on their mailing lists, but you're quite likely to gel information Ihai's a little flamed. The newspaper is your best source of straight information. p. We're new in Abilene and nould know If there's anyone In Ihls fair citv that cuts and delliers fireplace void. If you cnnld help In this respect II uonld be'most appreciated. A. C.lad tn, flip hack In Ihe classified ad section in this newspaper and check Ihe Miscellaneous classilicalion (SIAl. l-ast time we looked there were several people advertising firewood for sale. p. l ear Principles of Management See DII.I.ARH, PR. Number K-03111 Cappy. a five-year-old English Bulldog sils on service record after being sworn into (he U.S. Marine Corps at (he Detroit recruiting station during ceremonies Thursday morning. Cappy was donated by Mr. and Mrs. James E. Thomas nf KoseviUe, Mich. English Bulldog; have long been USMC WP to Get H-SU Three outstanding men. an industrialist, a military physician :and an educator, have been named the first rccipienls of Hardin-Simmons University's Alumni Awards.1' Chnsen as recipients In hp honored in a special convocation on the campus Nov. fi in Behrens Chapel are John Inland Alwood of Angeles. Calif., Col. Byron Pollock of Aurora, Colo., and Dr. Rupert N. Richardson of Abilene The awards are msrte In Ihe individuals whose personal and professional accomplishmf nts are exemplary of Ihe ideals and aims of H-SU. according to Byron Bryant, assistant lo the president for university relations and alumni affairs. THF. AWARDS arc separate in lhat of the .Inhn .1. Kerter Alumni Award, given annually at homecoming. A maximum of three distinguished alumni awards may be given annually according 10 provisions of the Alumni Association. Atwood is president and board chairman of North American Rockwell Corp. Since hir. graduation from H-SU in IWfi. Atwood has played a vital role in the development of Ihe aircraft industry. ;P Bom in Walton, Ky.. Atwood earned a BA degree at H-Sti in 152fi and a BS degree in civil engineering at Ihe. University of Texas in I92S. Also in I92S Alwood became a junior airplane engineer with Iht Army Air Corp.' at Wright Field, iwiiilx 10 Comici Horaucpt Snmli.......... 1.1 To Yoiir CwxvH Hfnltli TV Lw Woirrn'i Nfvn........ 6B IDA I5B SB 9B 10A .1A ISR ISA ICA IIA Angeles Dayton. Ohio. In 13.10 iie iron! to rvinglas Aircraft Company in Santa Monica, Calif., as a dcsijn engineer. IN ATWOOD joined Norih American as chief engineer and vice prr.-idenl. H? became assistant general manager and riircrtnr in ITO and first VJCP president in I5tt. Elected president in 151S. hp was named PTecntive olfiror in IWO and chamnan in Alwood 'received- Ihe Presidential Certificate of Merit in 19M! for his to the war effort during World War II and Italy's Commander of Men! decoration in 19-Vi lor his contributions In aviation industry, lip holds honorary doctnraies in engineering frnm Stevens and Carnegie institutes nf technology, and the Distinguished Engineering Graduate Award of ;he Univer- sity of Teias. An Honorary Fellow of Ihe 1 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Alwood is a member of Ihe hoard of governors nf Ihe Aerospace Industries Associa- tion and a member of Ihe Society nf Automotive F.nginc COL. BYRON POLLOCK at Fil7.slmnns ers. HP has paninpatpd in various civic and committees. Alwoort's father served on the fnnilly nf Hardin-Siiiiincns professor in Bihle for manv xears. Dr. E. R. Atwood retired in IDnrt and died in His mother died in COL i- chief of cardiology services at Fiirsimons Army Hospital in Fienver. Colo. Dr. the physician in charge fresidcni F.ismhnwrr w a s hospilalir.rri in 19-W. He w.is graduated from Abilenp High School in look his P.A degnv at llanlm- Simmnns University in IKS; MS degree in physiology at Tulanp University, New Orleans, in 19X1; He is a member of Pi Chapter. Thela Kappa Psi. Hir in canhology began in 1911, when he hrvamr an assistant in the Department nl Physiology, Tulart- University for iwn years. II pcrJisted Ihrnujhnul both professional ard military assignments in the Army. During and in addition in hi.? military assignment he was Avista nl Clinir.il Professor ot Mcdicire a I DR. RLPERT RIQIARDSON president emeritus ihr University of f-corr.s of Medicine. Ga. POLLOCK i; ih" author of sovcral articles nn subjects have Iwn published in the literature of Ihp moriical profession. 1 Col. Pollock's decoration? srs the Amrnc.in Deforce Medal See ALUMNI. Pg. WEATHER U.S. DEP45TMEWT OP COMMERCE WtifTitr Scrvci MID, Pi. 3-A) AND ViCIMlTV ry ?f .to pw T'-dsy I no 4 M 5 DO
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