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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Abilene, Texas                               "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 90TH YEAR, NO. 137 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1970-FOnTY-EIGHT PAGES IN FOUR SECTIONS lOc SUNDAY Auociatcd Prea Being Blind No Handicap Susan Bailey, 14-year-old flulist in the Campbell, Calif., Westmont High School marching band, is practicing at her home. Although Susan, a high school freshman, has been blind since birlh, that hasn't slopped her from be- coming a talented flutist, guitarist and horseback rider. (AP Wirephoto) omise By LEE JONES Associated Press Writer AUST'N (AP) Southern B.-ptisls of Texas found today a compromise way oul of Ihe thorny church-stale dilemma posed by a federal loan to help repair 'the hurricane-battered University of Corpus Christ i. The Baptist General Conven- tion of Texas also watered dow-n a resolution calling for Ihe end of the Vietnam War and ap- proved what some viewed as a call for more lenient treatment for marijuana offenders. The Convention voted to in- struct the Corpus Chrisli school to borrow money from "some agency other than the govern- ment" and repay the loan from the federal Small Business Administration. The Christian Education Com- mission was authorized lo ap- point an advisory committee to help find a new lender. Dr. Kenneth Maroney, Ihe school president, said he Ihoughl Wife of Executive dgeoned to Death DALLAS, Tex. wife of a construction company executive was killed Wednesday In the family's North Dallas home by an assailant who police said bludgeoned her with a piece of Unanswered telephone calls to the house by a friend, herself the victim of a bizarre rape case in the same area last year, led to the discovery of Ihe slaying, police said. Detectives began an Investigation on Ihe theory that Mrs. Beverly Jean Hope, 36, mother of three school age children, was the victim of a sex attack. Mrs. Hope's partly clothed body was found on the floor of a fan's bedroom in Ihe rambling brick residence on Noel Road. Her husband, Gmvcr II. Hope, found the body shortly before noon. He is president of Chaney Hope, Inc., a firm engaged in heavy mechanical construction. Police said Hope entered Ihe front door and found his wife's undergarments strewn in the hallway. _______' Indicators Mixed At 4ih Hour End Industrials were down 3.36, transportalinn was down .31, and utilities were up .16 at the end of fourth hour Uading Thurs- day on Ihe New York Stock F.x- change. The New York Com- posite was down .06. Volume was shares, reported the Abilene office of Schneider, Berncl and Ilick- man, Inc. A company associate said Hope picked up the piece of firewood later identified as the murder weapon, to defend himself in case he found intruders still in the house. Hope then began a search for his wife and found her body in a bedroom at the end of Ihe hallway. The associate said Hope did not notice Ihe blood on Ihe firewood until later. Hope was met at Ihe house by two other members of the firm who arrived ahead of police. Officers said the killer left bloody shoe prints which led to the back door of Ihe house. insurance would pay fnr some, but not all, of the damage. The convention's resolutioas committee proposed a slalemcnl urging national leaders to "seek to end" Ihe Vietnam War "with all deliberate speed by reaching a jusl peace In Indochina." Before Ihe resolution was ap- proved, however, if was amend- ed lo read merely thai "our national leaders be commended for their spirit of peace lo end Ihe hostility with all deliberate speed by reaching a just peace in Indochina." The marijuana resolution called on Baptists lo "make our laws dealing with marijuana See BAPTISTS, Pg. 12A WEATHER U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (WciTher Pg. 17 A) ABILENE AND VICINITY mi wsrmep TlMjrtday and Friday wilh B h'ort Thursday in mid 'o upper Ms; lew Thursoay nitj'it war O and hiqh Frifiay In 73s. LigM southerly wirds. TEMPERATURES WrtfnMdar P.m. i-m. jj 19 37 34 37 45 S3 M tl Ant) lew frr 3J r-cun fridinq 9 a m.: tl nr.tj 3S. Hiqi low fcr wmf (M'f last Vfir:   do this and she thought she was also to charge lax for the item since it was recorded on the taxable key. Even though Ihe restaurant pays tax on Ihc newspaper sales (they're taxed on gross sales) the individual purchasing Ihe paper doesn't pay tax. It was simply a case of misunderstanding and It's been straightened oul. If jou'll drop by Ihc restaurant this evening, you'll pay 10 cents for The Abilene Reporter-News. Q. 1 have in apartment In Ihc rrir of my hoinc on ACC hill. The poul office Irlls me I can't pot a mailbox down m; rirUruay, lhal the box has to hf nn Ihe trnnt flt nn house. I've been told It the to the apartment and Ihe number can he seen from Ihe street I ran put a box on the 'apartment. Will jou please check this? A. In most cases Ihis is true; in your case some complications arise. It scorns there's a fence between your house and Ihc apartment and Ihe only way Ihe postman can get tn the apartment is to walk w.ty around the block and down through the alley. Now Ihis is somewhat inconvenient for Ihc mailman and Ihc past office recommends, in Ihis case, lhal you place the mail boxes fnr both houses on the front house. This way your renter will be certain to get his mail, because If Ihc mailman csn'l find the right box, he'll return the mail to the post office. Address questions lo Action Line, Itox .11, Abilene, Texas 7JMI. Names Hill not be used but question! mu.it bt nlpird and addresses given. Dease Include telephone nnmben II possible. To Kd a perfect score in one test scries, recruits between the ages of 17 and 24 must do at least 18 nonstop pullups. 85 sit- UPS in two minutes. 61 pushups nonstop, 41 bond-and-thrusts in 60 seconds and a 300-yard run in less than 48 seconds. Fenton did the lalter in .12 seconds. In Ihc second test retruits wearing combat boots, trousers and a sweatshirt must run three miles in less than 20 minutes, climb a 20-foo1. rope in eight sec- onds, do 61 leg-lifts in two min- utes, broadjump 8 feet 6 inches from a standing position and do 4fl bend-and-thrusts in one min- ute. Fenlon. 20, lettered in football at high school in Chmo. Calif., and recalls "I was a 95-pound spcedback." He is married. Be- fore starling recruit training Aug. 23, he worked as a tiee- cu'tor in Fort Lupton, Colo. One other man has ever achieved maximum marks in the two Robert E. Pen- nhgton, a reservist from Tarn- p.i, Fla in the summer of and his individual marks were not as good as Fcnton's, Mannc officials said. Said Frnton: "I'm sorry I p.issed out after Ihc situps.'the pushups, pullups and the bend- and-thrusts. I must have given more than I had." NEWS INDEX Ammerrxnlv 6C Ruiinrst Noici 17C Bridge 9A Ck-mififd IX.I7C Crmici UC Horoicepe 8A Potlinli I7A Ohiluorin JA SocHi 9.1IC To Your Good 1IA TV Log JC Wrmtn 2-4B I   

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