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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1974, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 03RD YEAR, NO. 203 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79C04. SUNDAY MORMNG.JANUARY 6, PAGES IN SIX SECTIONS 5c SUNDAY State S.ilcs Tax Dayan Sees 'Concrete' Move Upside down in kindergym Nicolle Quirjeli, 3, daughter and Airs. Pant D. Qiiibell of 842 Mjlford attempts a hand stand wilh assistance from YMC A physical education' director Mike Osborn during a kimlergym class. More photos, Pg.'iSA. tSiaff Photo by John Best) WASHINGTON (AP) Is- raeli defense minister Moshe Dayan says he thinks the Is- raeli cabinej now will be ready to make a formal pres- entation in Geneva for tlie dis- engagement of Israeli and. Egyptian forces near (he Suez Canal. "I'm going home and I do hope that the cabinet will be in the position to form some- thing Dayan re- ported after a four hour meel- ing Saturday with Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger] It was their second meeting at the Stale Department in two days. Kissinger called the talks "very constructive and very useful" and said he remains about (he prospecls tor an agreement in Geneva between Egypt and Israel. The secretary indicated that differences beiween the U.S. and Israeli positions have narrowed. '.'As far as the U.S. govern- ment is he said, "ive consider tlie (alts ex- tremely helpful and we are hopeful that progress will be able to be made in Geneva." In discussing disengage- ment, Dayan was principally concerned with ttie ''mutual commitments" that could be expected from Egypt in return for a sizable Israeli withdraw! from the canal. Neither he nor Kissinger dis- closed to newsmen the sub- stance of their conversation on this and related points, al- though Kissinger said he un- derstood the Egyptian position on disengagement "very.well" and altempted to present if "as fairly as i could." Hermann Gilts, the U.S. am- bassador to Cairo, participaf- ed-in the talks along with oth- er U.S. and Israeli aides. Kis- singer first met with Dayan alone for about an hour in his seventh flour office. Their first session, on Friday, lasted three hours. Asked when Israel would be ready lo make its proposal at Geneva, Dayan replied, "I don't know. don't think it will take a long lime. now we arc already in a ixisilion lo make up our minds." 'llie Geneva talks have been largely in an exploratory phase, awaiting the outcome of the Israeli eleclions held Dec. 31 and Dayan's mission lo Washington. Now, the conference appar- ently will move into a stage of concrete bargaining, begin- ning with a specific Israeli proposal to separate Egyptian and Israeli canal. forces along (lie In return, Israel is likely (o seek an opening of the canal to shipping and a "thinning out'', of Kgyplia'n forces on the east bank. Also, a buffer zone manned by United Nations forces may he set up between the separated armies. Kissinger said Dayan had presented the views of (he Is- raeli government "willi his characteristic lucidity and vig- or." Kissinger said he present- ed -some of our mvii ideas" and that Ihc process of the last few days llie two positions. have approached each other very substantially." The secretary said liis role remained one of helping Israel and. Egypt (a reach positions "which both sides can accept because Kiev reflect (lie just aspirations of both sides." iDayan said "e v o r y b o d should that after such a long time of hostility "and fighting and bitter confronta- tion beiween the Egyptians and ourselves it is very diffi- cult lo make even the first step toward an agreement, but I Impe we are in a [iqsilion to achieve such a step." Harrison Family Purchases Downtown Fulwiler Building 9 By GEOUGE NEAK lleporler-News Slaff Writer The I u- o -s o r y Fuliviler Building on tlie northwest cor- ner of N. 4th and Walnut has been purchased by O.D. Hani- son of Shrcveport, La., nuil family from MLS. Betty M. Tomkins. The Harrison family owns the' Windsor Hotel, located across the alley west of Hie Fulwiler Building as well ;is the f i v e -s t o r'y Petroleum Building on Pine Viorlti of the hotel. "For over 25 yours we have owned and operated llie Wind- sor Hotel and the Petroleum B i I d i ii Harrison, 'vyilli the purchase'of the Kiilwiler building we will have available adequate parking for .our guests and tenants." The Fulwiler 'Building has more tluih siniarc feet of space. Harrison'said that details for remodeling :the" building in- side anil outside will be an- Fire Cause May Remain Mystery The cause'of the fire which destroyed the Central Church of Christ in Abilene-Friday has not yet been and "the probability is that- the exact cause will never the according to "Cap't. C.D. Snell who is investigating (he blaze for the Fire .Mar- shal's office. "THE BUILDING is so com- pletely burned explained Sncly, "that there is really no way of telling exactly what happened." He added quickly thai the investigation '.would, continue for several 'days, though. Arson has been ruled out as a cause of the blaxe. The investigation was start- ed Friday evening and contin- ued all day Saturday as Snell and his crew sifted through "piles of burned debris in tlie church. -As il looks right 'Snell ventured. "It might have beefl the healing unit." Me; said that judgment was based.cn reports of (lie locali- ty! the fire was first .seen, in the. casl end-of the building up in the attic. Snell said: that cither Ihc heating unit or wiring would be Ihe most likely causes. it is just a process of sifting through the- lie'summed up. "There is no to Enter lerinfendent Race Charlie T. llqrlon, 53, a so- cial studies teacher at Jcffer- son 'junior High.-in 'Abilene, Saturday announced his candi- dacy for the pqsl.of county superintendent of schools. The position will be vacated at the end of Ihc year by relir- ing incumbent Clivc Pierce. H o r t .0 n 's announcement makes tlie race (or Picrce's office the only lliree-way race so far among the 11 county offices up' for grabs in 1974. Other announced candidates Tor county snpcrintendeni are Billy G. Yarbrotigli, present county shools supervisor, and Bob 1 honu.'son, a special edii-- cation teaclicr. Morton has been employed at Jefferson Junior High for Ihe past three years. Before lhat, he spent two years as head coach and so- cial slndics teacher at Jim N'ed High School, in Tuscola and six years on tnc coachjhg- staff and educational faculty' at llardin-Simmoris Universi- ty. A Lawn native, he graduat- ed from l.awn High School in 1539. He' served in the mili-. lary during World War 11 and the Korean conflict, attaining the rank of major, and retir- ed from Ihe Army in 1960. Ikjnrlnn rrroivcvl his bachelor CHARLES T. HORTON seeks county spot of science degree and master of cilucadon degree from Ifar- din-Simir.ons University and ,also holds an administrator's certificate from Ihe Texas Ed- ncation Agency. ,-.He has done additional work at'Abilene Clr.islian College and Texas Tech Uriversily. He is a member of Phi Del- ta men's education fraternity, and of Pioneer Drive Raptiil Clnircli. llorlon sw! his wife, I.ois Kulh, hax-e IJircfc daughters anil reside at 902 Leeeetl. telling how long we'll work, but in a case like" this." it is wore than likely that we won't come up jyith an exact cause.1' TUB KLDKRS of the Cen- trar Church of Christ met Sat- urday morning, and have an- nounced lhat there will be a meeting of the entire congro- men and women, Sun- day at p.m. at the Wood- lawn Church of Christ build- ing. iV. and Woadian'n. The elders have suggested that members of.Central at- tend services of. olher. congre- gations Sunday morning, and Ihe-h.atteml.the. Sunday .after- noon meeting regarding the futnrd of the', church at the building. Usery New Nixon Aide SAN Cl.EMENTE, Calif.
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