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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Abilene, Texas                               Wyt "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT YEAR, NO. 158 PHONE 673-1271 ABILENE, TEXAS. 79604, WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS lOc SUNDAY Auociated Preu (ff) "FT" Teacher Chosen Syrian President By FAROUK NASSAU Associated Press Writer BEIIIUT. Lebanon (AP) Ahmed Khalib, former leader of Syrias schoolteachers, was to- day named president of Syria, Egypt's Middle East News Agency reported from Damas- cus. The Egyptian report said Gen. Hafez Assad, the moderate de- fense minister who overthrew the ruling Baath Socialist par- ty's Marxist leaders last Fri- day, will become premier. It was apparent that Khalib will be a figurehead, with the ear-old general exercising the real power. The new presi- dent has never served In the government. Khaltib, 42, was chosen by the provisional command of ihe Baalh party which Assad formed after Ihe palace coup. The Egyptian report said the appointment will not bo made Retail Building Supply Firm Planning Facility en Abilene A Payless Cashways Inc. facility for Abilene with construction to start later this month was announced Wednes- day by Robert M. Lincoln, president of the retail building supply company based in Iowa Falls, la., and II. S. Higginbotham, owner of Abilene Plaza industrial area. Tic new facility will be constructed on N. 1st St. east of Automation Industries and across the street from Mayflower Moving and Storage, Higginbotham said. Delta Engineering of Dallas will be the contractor. The new facilily will occupy nine acres and will be Delta-type steel building to include square feet of retail Poor space and square feet of ware- housing space. There will be paved parking area for 250 cars, plus storage and sheds for lumber and building materials. CO.YSrriUCTID.V .ilso will Male Facial It may look like Robert Stone p[ Yonkers, X.Y., is being made up for a round of com- munity vaudeville, but actually he's just receiving some of the latest deluxe bar- bershop facial. The faci'J, including hot towel and the black cream, is one of the services being offered at some high-priced barbershops, such as this one in New Rochelle, N.Y. (AP Wirephoto) Germany Signs With Poland By NICHOLAS LILLITOS Associated Press Writer WARSAW (AP) The foreign ministers of West Germany and Poland launched a new era of improved relations between their countries today by initial- Freeze Nips Wes} Texas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A light freeze nipped parts ol West Texas this morning as the latest cold front finished a sweep across the state and moved into the Gulf of Mexico. Skies were generally clear ex- cept for occasional high clouds over the Panhandle. Near dawn the temneralurc cased down to 30 degrees at Dai- hart and Lubbock and 32 at Am- arillo, El Paso, San Angclo and Wink. Readings at other points generally stood in the higher 30s and 40s, holding as high as 52 at Brownsville and 57 at Gal- vr si on. ___ WEATHER UJ. DEMBTMENr OF COMHItCI Nllicml WMttitr WrelH WUtTiff ABILENE VICINITY mlH Fiif niflM, ucljr y Bi- Wind I'SM Irem tor J4 to 1 iw U.I II M I It Jl J W J.M ra Ita t "t I m ing a treaty that reportedly re- cognizes Poland's postwar sei- zure of German territory cast of the Oder and Neisse rivers. Walter Schcel of West Ger- many and Stefan Jedrychowski put their initials to the draft in a 19th century government pala'pe; in downtown Warsaw. The trea- ty had been under negotiation for months, and the two foreign ministers agreed to it last Polish Premier Jozef Cyran- kiewicz attended the ceremuny, along with the members of the two delegations that negotiated the pact. Scheel hailed the treaty as a decisive step in his country's re- lations with Poland but said: "There will be a hard struggle to win a Bundestag majority and to win over German public opinion for the ratification." A West German treaty with the Soviet Union which also re- cognizes the Oder-Neisse fron- tier is already awaiting ratifica- tion. Chancellor Willy Brandt's government does not plan to submit 11 lo the Bundestag- Big Four talks now under way produce some Communist concessions on West Berlin to sweeten the bit- ter pill of Bonn's border retreat. There has been no Indication when the Russians might give ground. Jcdrychowski said his govern- ment Is "convinced that this treaty constitutes a solid basis for normalization of mutual re- lations. Closing the past, it will open a new era between our two nations." Brandt is expected lo come lo Warsaw to sign that treaty with Cynnklewin before Christmas. The first result of the pact li expected lo be Ihe raising lo consular level of Ihe Polish trade ml.vlon In Cologne and the West German trade mlulon In Warsaw. Detroit Board Won't Certify Computer Vote DETROIT (AP) The Detroit Board of Canvassers has voted 3 to 1 to refuse certification ol the city's Nov. 3 election, criticizing the computer punchcard system of balloting used. If both the Wayne County and the state Board of Canvassers refuse to certify Detroit results in the selection of governor and other stale and city officials, a state .court-could.orter.a new election........ top state officials said'lhis was unlikely. The chairman of the Detroit board, E. N. Karay, a Republican, said, "Hundreds and possibly thousands of voters were disen- franchised." He said the "large number of irregulari- ties" in counting and recording the vote led him to vote for rejection Tuesday. Others voting to refuse certification were Harold Groehn, a Republican, and Elizabeth Ross, a Democrat. Bill Massey Named To Bank Board Bill Massey, a registered pharmacist In Abilene since 19.il, was elected Wednesday as a member of the board of directors of Abilene National Bank. Massey replaces Hay Mussatto, who recently moved to Amarillo as manager of the Montgomery Ward Store. "Although we hale to.lose a fine citizen like Hay Mussatto, we are pleased to be able to add a man of Mr. Masscy's stature and standing in the business commurtity of Abilene to our said Joe If. Hodges, president and chairman of the board. A native of Throckmorton, Massey served In the Navy in the Pacific during World War II and entered Abilene Christian College In 1M6. He transferred to the University of Texas School of Pharmacy and graduated In 1951, when he moved to Abilene. He and his wife, Betty, live at 73 Hedge.? Hd. and have Ino children. Suzanne attends North Texas Stale University and Tommy is a sophomore at Cooper High School. The family attends Westgatc Church of Christ. Massey is a member of Ihe Texas Pharmaceutical Assn., serves on the board of directors of Gibson Parmaceutical Assn. and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce military affairs committee. Mussalto, who managed the Montcomery Ward store in Wcstgate, had been a member of the bank board since March 1966. MILL MASSKY Throckmorton native start this month on three addi- tional locations near Dallas in Duncanvillc, 814 acres, covering the southwest area or Dallas: at Mcsquitc, 5'i acres, sen-ing the area cast of Dallas; at Garland, 8 acres, serving the northwest suburban region, and a fourth location yet to be determined. Lincoln said that the new construction will be the biggest single expansion program in the history of the company. Operating on a cash-and-carry basis, Paylcss Cashways markets its product line of more than 1.200 items to the do it- yoursclfcr; whether he is a suburban resident of a large metropolitan area or a farm or ranch customer. With expansion of its store locations, Paylcss Cashways also has greatly expanded Its product lines in recent years. Today, a Paylcss Cashways store sells, in addition to lumber and building materials, nearly everything that can be found in a hardware store, plus carpet- Ing, kitchen cabinets and other home furnishings, games and toys even Christmas cards. The company is about to expand ils retail merchandising into the Sec FACIUTY, Pg. IDA Three Men Indicted in Robbery ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Three men have been indicted by a grand jury in the rob- bery of some 200 boxing fans in- vited by engraved invitation to a party after the Muhammcd AJi-Jerry Quarry fight Oct. 26. Indicted Tuesday on charges of armed mbbcry were Houston Jimmy Hammonds, 27, Atlanta; McKinlcy Itogcrs Jr., Bruns- wick, Ga., and James Hor.ry Hall, Birmingham. Ala. Only Hammonds, who was arrested in Atlanta four days after the is in custody. The other two are being sought. Police said the robbery oc- curred after the fight patrons, most of (hem from other cities, responded to engraved invi'a- linns In a birthday party for "Mr. Toby." The police gave this account: As the guests arrived at Ihe designated address, they were met by a smiling woman and, shortly thereafter, by a bandit wearing a ski mask and ear- ning a sawed-off shotgun. The partygocrs, individually or in small groups, were ush- ered to the basement at gun- point and forced to dump their jewelry and cash in Ihe floor. In some iastanccs, the victims also were ordered to disrobe. "There were so many victims that the robbers stacked some of them like cordwood to i-onsorve said detective W. II. Byrd. Us. J. D. Hudson nnd J. H. Amos, who have been in charge of Ihe investigation, said only six of the JVew York police detective An- drew signed com- plaints in the However, the officers said they have learned that some of the other partygocrs were un- derworld figures. official until Assad forms a new government. Khatib also Is a Baathist and headed the rational teachers' union from 1966 until he lost fa- vor with the ruling Marxist fac- tion last year. When Assad overthrew the Marxists, Khatib was named to the eight-man provisional party command. The ousted Marxist leaders were reported on a hunger strike today while their support- ers tried without success to par- alyze schools and factories in defiance of Assad's coup. Diplomatic reports from Da- mascus said the passive resis- tance campaign posed no seri- ous threat to the new regime. Assad has the army behind him, and his prestige was boost- ed in public eyes by endorse- ments Tuesday from Egypt, Libya and Sudan. The defense minister has pledged to make Syria the fourth partner in Ihe projected federation of Egypt, Libya and Sudan. A spokesman for the toppled government said in Beirut Ihe Baath's 10 principal Marxist leaders under arrest began a hunger strike Tuesday. They Include Van Salah Jad- id, the leader of the faction; for- mer Premier Youssef Zayyen: former Foreign Minister Bira- him Makhos and former Inleri- cr Minister Mohammed Ashawi, the spokesman said. Ousted President Nureddin Atassl is under house arrest, and the spokesman said he did not know whether he had Joined the fast. Assad reportedly had tried to get him to support the change In regime and return to the presidency. Travelers from Damascus said no street clashes had oc- curred since Saturday, and there were partial labor and Mudent strikes. Indicators Down At 3rd Hour End Irdustrials were down 4.33, transportation was down 1.23, and utilities were down .93, at the end of third hour trading Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange. The New York Composite was down .23. Volume was shares, reported the Abilene office of Schneider, Bcrnet and Hickman, Inc. NEWS INDEX Arr.ujerr.enls 4B Bridge................5A Classified 8-12B Comics 7B Editorials 6B Hcspitol Pctier.ts 8A Qbiiuorits 2A.4A Sports 13-I5A To Your Good Heolth___3A TV Log.............. 11B Won-.cn's News.........38 TV Games Outlawed for Abilene Teams By BLUE RUCKER Q. I'd like to. know why they can't pat Abilene and Cooper High.School games on TV'. I'm not always able to attend all ol them. A. A district ruling outlaws live television coverage of. (he games, says Cily Athletic Director, Chuck Moscr. This Isn't particularly unusual even the pro football teams don't allow live TV coverage within a 75-mile radius because It cuts down on attendance at games. Out-of-town games played by Ihe Eagles and Cojgars are shown on Channel 7 (cable TV) at p.m. on Wednesday. Q. Would )oa pirate tell me what Ihe weird Inking building on the Mirth- west corner el N. 2nd and Pine M What Is It nvtl lor with only one door and no windows? A. That weird looking building If The Abilene Reporter-News warehouse. used (or storing those giant rolls ol nmprint upon which ihe newi you're reading now is printed. There are two doors in the alley, which you probably didn't see, that are used by employes, the front door is rarely used. Q. I nollrrd someone was looking (or wheat-free bread. My wife has Cellac and she can eat no oats or wheat. She gcU deathly III If she dors. When th? health food stores In Abilene arc out of wheat-free bread we order II from a heallh food store In Austin, and they mall II to ns. Do you suppose others would like lo know about Ihls? A. They probably would; here's the address: The Health Kitchen, 318 W. 6th, Austin, (phone It has rye bread with no wheat whatsoever, also soy and millet bread which has a smidgc of gluten In It. And furthermore, you can buy wheat- free flour from that store and bake it yourself.' Q. The lour ol Ihe While How cnn- dnclrd by Mlw Trlcla Nixon and ihown on TV wai to beanlRully done. Will a film ol Ihli he marie available lo rlr. lor showing? The City Federation ol Women's Clubs very Inltmtcd and would lite to we It, II inch It possible. A. A 1C mm. print of the program Is available on a purchase basis only for in black and while, or in color, plus shipping charges. If you're still interested, forward a check to Murray Benson, V-Prcs., CBS-HOLT Group, 3S3 Madison Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10017 and he'll be happy to service your request. Q. Is there an order of monks or nnns that t.ikc a vow of silence? rirase give me any Information jou ran on this sub- ject or an address where I ran find such Information. A. .Many of Ihe orders lake vows of silence, but especially the Trapplsts and llenedictinos. Some orders have mona.itic divisions where they stay In the monastery, pray, Mudv, farm and have perpetual silence. They use sign language lo communicate, hut arc free lo talk lo the supervisors. Father Bridges, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, said there's often a rush lo this type of order after wartime service. Men who've experienced hardships in the war often choose a non active, meditative life In a Trapplsl or Benedictine monastery. For more Information write: Our Lady of Grlhsemanc, Trapplst, Kentucky 40073. 
                            

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