Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Abilene, Texas gftlene "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT NO. 171 PHONE 673-427f _ABILEN_E, TEXAS, 79604, TUESDAY MORNING, TWO SKmnNS inn PATLY 2 Wind No Match for Spirit at Crosstown nSoSisS'Sr thenight the Press (fP) Staff A blustery nighl West Texas, noi Pooh style (hat sent coeds scurrying for sweaters did nothing whatsoever to chill the lint aspects of the McMuiTy-Abilene C h r i s I i a n by Katharyn Duff iiiliinltliiiiiiiiiiiiinii! After services the other night at Southern Hills Church of Christ the bus which transports Abilene Christian students from and to the campus would not start. A couple of collegians went back into the church and found Kip Jordan, an ACC officer. "Say, they said. "We need a pusher." For an instant Kip was startled. "Inside the church, yet? It has come to These thoughts flashed before he realized the boys were using the term in a sense other than that woefully common these days. 4 Mrs. Ronald G. Davis Is wife a a Dyess Air Force Base captain. While the captain was away from home sometime back on a mission Involving B-52s, Mrs. Davis was beset with a mystery. Her house developed a strange noise. She heard It first rather late one night. It seemed lo come from the attic. She could not locate the cause. Slie became uneasy. She phoned the .police. A night or two later Mrs. Davis heard the noise again. Some animal, a squirrel, perhaps, must have gotten in the attic. Hie next day she called "animal control." Then, on advice from this agency, she telephoned an exterminator. The attic was checked out. No sign of any animal. The experts had all spoken. Investigation and logic, too, dictated that the sound meant nothing. Perhaps, imagination. Still late at night when the house was quiet, Mrs. Davis could hear it. Quiet as the house was the noise seemed very loud. It was becoming quite a thing. "You're just going to have to come home, Ronnie, and find out what this animal Mrs. Davis wrote her husband at one point. One night, before she retired, Mrs. Davis heard the noise again and decided that, since experts had failed and husband was away, she would solve the mystery herself. The creature had to be identified and exterminated for her peace of mind. She gathered together courage, resolution and determination and set out to trace the noise. She followed it from Die sitting room out into a hallway. She followed it past one room and another through the four- bedroom home. She followed it all Ihe way to the bedroom where her son, Mickey, age 5, was asleep. There she found her animal, a 34-pounder. Mickey was gritting his teeth. The mystery was solved, Mrs. Davis wrote her husband the next day. She told him the origin of the and I don't want you making any wise she added. The captain didn't. All he said, when he acknowledged her report was, "I certainly hope you didn't exterminate the animal." She hadn't, he found. All she did was take the animal to the dentist. __ NEWS INDEX AmuMintnrt 1SB Dr. Umb 71 SB F.rm SB M.rV.H TO, 11B OMtMrin 2A Oil 11A Sport. Sylvia PoiWr low 70s. Winrfs will be northwesterly at 1010 rnph Tuesday, tfecreaslrg hie Tuesday. TEMPERATURES Mon. i.m. Men. p.m. 61 1 ;00 ..74 75 64............ M ffi llLOQ High and low for 24-tioors ending 10 p.m.: 7t nnd SB. Hiqh and low same date last year: 62 and "27. Sunset Iflsl mght: todays sunset tonight: Baromeler reading at 10 p.m.: 28.05. Humidity al 10 p.m.: 75 per cent. bers investigated the scene. It was undetermined whether the explosive was set in the em- bassy Monday or early Tues- day. However, the fact that the bomb reached the embassy Inte- rior at all was a major security breakdown. An embassy spokesman said two Americans had been de- tailed earlier to make a thor- ough search of the building each clay to prevent just such an inci- dent. Also, despite recent terrorist attacks which have claimed 25 lives in Phnom Penh, the U.S. Embassy is guarded only by a Marine guard and two Cambod- ian soldiers. Viet Cong terrorists using a car filled with explosives bombed the old U.S. Embassy near the Saigon waterfront in March 19fi5. The tremendous blast killed 22 persons, Including two Americans, and wounded 190. Down chute Sanctuary Denial Brings Nixon Probe k for (his ,'urly said. "Everyone is really cxuifd." Judy said ACC didn't really do anything different fnr ills; game wilh rival MrMmrv. Pug said McMui'ry adrfwl ;i coup'e pointed skils for the battle. Coming back ta school Monday after Thanksgiving didn't seem lo d a in pen enthusiasm in the least "I see people here I haven't seen at a gF.me all Pug said. The fans' show of spirit began at Ihe very beginning when the pep squad at ACC and a cordon of Tribe representatives lined up a right angles to let their team pass through to the bench. And (he show was on. McMurry scored early, and the fans shivering in the stands, clutching red balloons with the school's fighting byword, "Ala on them, promptly released the balloons. A. McMurry student explained that the balloons were "left over from homecoming" w h e n McMurry failed to score. Almost as quickly, as the air filled the sounds of "Old-Time played by the McMurry who wore new uniforms for the game, the ACC section got their chance to sound off as the Wildcats scored. Balloon-less, the Wildcats contented themselves with a few streamers loosed into the sky and a happy song clapped-to by a happy school. ACC continued to whoop it up until halftime, when they led 26- 14. But the score didn't seem to bother the Indians as they kept up the same enthusiastic banter throughout the first half. Both schools put o n impressive half-time shows that the fans reacted to almost aa enthusiastically as they had to the foottall actfon. 61 61 61 60 61 76 7! 73 70 47 If WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon called Monday for a full and immediate investigation with a report to him Wednesday on last week's denial by a Coast Guarl vessel of political sanc- tuary to a Lithuanian sailor. Presidential press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said Nixon was concerned about the inci- dent and the fact that the While House was not immediately in- formed when it occurred. From information received in a preliminary report to the President, Ziegler said, it "ap- pears that the situation was very poorly handled and there appears lo be some error in judgment" involved on the part of U.S. officials. Ziegler said "appropriate ac- tion will be taken" after Nixon sees tile full reports he has or- dered from Secretary of State William P. Rogers and Secre- tary of Transportation John Volpe. He said Nixon was not in- Douglas Probers: Impeachment Out By JOHN BECKLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) A spe- cial House committee Investl- ealing the conduct of Supreme Court Justice William 0. Doug- las has concluded that no grounds exist for impeaching lam. The five-man panel based Us findings on evidence collected from the government and other NEED CASH? Look around house and garage for fhosa itemi that you no longer usa. Sell them In the Family Week-Ender FRI.-SAT.-SUN. 3 Lines 3 Days Ht IiMnlM M TMi RM< 15 FtwiM Ordm Only 50c Each Additional CASH IN ADVANCE YOU SAVE AlllINE REPORTER-NEWS DEADLINE WED. 4 KM. sources during an inquiry that began last April. In the view of a majority of the committee, the investigation has not turned up any creditable evidence that would warrant preparation of articles of Im- peachment against Douglas. No breakdown of the vote was made available. The committee's findings are contained in a draft report of the Investigation prepared for submission to the House Judi- ciary Committee. All five mem- bers of Ihe special committee are members of Ihe Judiciary Committee, and bolh panels are headed by Rep. Emanuel Cellar, D-N.Y. Already accused of conduct- ing a whitewash of Douglas, special committee suggests that the Judiciary Committee may want to hold public hearings to uncover any additional evidence that might be available. But It Is unlikely such hearings will held. The special committee wax citsaled by Ihe Judiciary Com- ui'Uee. Its findings are purely advisory but the Judiciary Com- mittee la expected to concur In them. formed of the incident while it was in progress and became aware of it by reading news re- ports over the weekend disclos- ing how the sailor attempted to defect from a Soviet vessel. Nixon called for a preliminary report Monday morning and got it early In the aflernoon, Ziegler said. On Capitol Hill, Rep. John S. Monagan, D-Conn., also asked for an investigation into the "brutal recapture of the defect- ing Lithuanian sailor" by the Russians. Earlier, the Coast Guard, which is under Volpe's jurisdic- tion, said the defector was de- nied sanctuary after the captain of the Soviet vessel accused him of stealing from the ship's fund. Adm. Chester R. Vender, the Coast Guard commandant, also said the sailor reduced his chances of sanctuary by leaping from his Russian ship onlo the Coast Guard vessel rather than jumping into the water as he had originally planned. The Slate Department, mean- v.'liile, issued a statement saying it "naturally and deeply" re- gretted the incident, and under questioning added specific re- gret for Hie forced return of the sailor to the Soviet ship. Press officer Robert J. Mc- Closkey also said the depart- ment pointed no "finger of blame at any one Individual or any other agency of govern- ment" for the Incident, pending a complete investigation. Battle fatigue Two levels of excitement were shown in the faces of McMurry collegiates Monday night at the traditional Abilene Christian-McMurry football clash. In the first, McMurry tackle Mike Roseberg appeared ready for all comers as he raced onto the field be- tween two lines of Indian supporters as the game began. In the second, the face of a blonde McMurry cheerleader (in the middle in the background) carried a ho-hinn ex- pression as McMurry trailed, 26-14. In the foreground, ACC band members watched the McMurry band perform at halflime. Game story, Pg. 8-A. (Staff Photos by Billy Adams) Help Requests Landsiiding While Gifts Only Trickle SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS Letters asking for "toys for the children" and help from the Goodfcllows keep coming in, but Monday's mail brought just to the effort to make this Christmas a happy one for the less privileged in Abilene. The goal In 1970 Is and the overall total received thus far is Laslest conlribulors: Duncan F. Framo Anonymous Total Previously Acknowledged Total to date Contributions and requests for help should be addressed to Ooodfellows, Abilene Reporter- News, Abilene, Texas, 79604. Thfl contributions to the fund will help families like the one that says simply "we won't have a Christmas without your help." "All we want is some toys tor Ihe children and some clothing for Ihem." The letter says, "Thank you arid God bless you from us and our four children." One-Day Holiday Truce Probable WASHINGTON (AP) The United States will he guided by South Vietnam's decision on a holiday ceasefire this year and the chances are it will follow last year's pattern of a one-day truce and Uie New Year.' One mother whose husband "is in Hunlsville Prison for 35 writes, "I have no money to for Christmas. I would appreciate it very much if you could help me out." "God will bless you one mother assured the Goodfellows adding that her house would ba gloomy around Christmas if she did not receive help bccausB "my husband went to Jail three years ago and 1 haven't heard Irom him since." "I am asking you to help my kids with food, clothes and she says. "We owe lots of another writer says, "and what little I inako I havo to pih tho rent with.. .vre need youA lelp."