Abilene Reporter News, March 23, 1974

Abilene Reporter News

March 23, 1974

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Abilene, Texas Abilene "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron DSHD YEAR, NO. 279 PHONE ABILENE, TEXAS, 79C04, SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 23, 1'ACIKS IX I'OUK SECTIONS Associated Press 'Everyone Seems to Care About Judy7 Ily UK MOOUK Wril.er Judy Fenldn finally opened her eyes. And now her doctors, par- ents, relatives iiiul all her friends in Colennin are wail- ing for Imilicr signs of con- sciousness in Ihe 15-year-old lying in Hendriek Memorial llnspilal. .Hilly, (laughter of Mr. and Jlrs. ll.l1'. Kcntnu of Cdlemaii, stares dully through blue- "vt'eri eyes, bill slie flexes her mouth, looks at the people at her bedside and seems to be slniKijling to comprclieiul the. strange, world around lier. IT'S THE most hcavtcnuifi Ihinj! U) happen since the cruel accident Unit inlcrriiplecl Judy's sopliuiiiori! year Jan. 18. Judy had had enough bad luck Ilial nighl. A mc-mlier 'if the girls' basketball team. she had injured her ankle (hiring :i game with Kastland. A car lao rasl knocked her liijjh into the air as she was Iryini; lo CL'OSS the slreel tint- side the tsynmasiuni. anil a planned trip lo Hie hospital In check out a hurl ankle limii'd mto something nuicli more serious. Judy hud Kvo brulal skull injuries dial reiiaired emer- gency surgery dial nijjlil. And following Dial were 4ft days in Ihe intensive care unit at Ili'ii- di'ick wlicn (me of her dodnr.s could not he al nil opiimistie wilh llie l-'enlons. only say thai she was very said Mrs. I'Viilon, pi'lilc dark- haired wife of Colcman Coun- ly's sheriff and jailer. "He said there was a chance .slie wDiildn't survive." lint Ihen Hie (lorlnr nosed an excessive cullcclion of flilid (in the other side nf Judy'.-, fractured skull and her second major surgery was j) e r f o r in e il Keb. 11. Thai proved lo be a turning point in Judy's condition. "She has gradually im- pnived since then." Mrs. Krn- Hin said. "Arid IIIMV her eyes have opened and they're re- sponding more each day." .Indv was even in o v e d March S from KT lo a suile where Mrs. Kenluii can stay with her L'4 limns. And every now aim Ihen she walks over lo her daughter's bedside anil talks In her. you hear me1.' Slick urn your iongac if yon can hear me." she urges sofl- ly that may be the next slop in .link's recovery. She also has lo have (me 1 cue major lo in- s Tl a plale in her skull. .Meanwhile, a second suiesl I lok is filling up with visitors' i lines and friends a cast i i arm. A ".ludv l-'en- l n Fund" lias been organized in l.'iilem.in. and personnel throughout llciidrick know her and ask about IHT. JUDV KKN'I'ON gradually improving "Kvcnoue really seems I Mrs. I'eulon smiled. Nixon Proposes Xlean Air' Delay Going to court Abilene Police Detective J. W. Nance leads Marty Hous- ton-Lovell Co 104111 District Court after Lovell, 16, was certified as an adult Friday by Juvenile Judge Henry Strauss. I.ovell was charged with beating his seveu- week-old'son Feb. 10. [Staff Photo by .John Davis) Youth Certified As Adult in Child Ity ROY A. JdNKS II Itcporlcr-Ncws Slnfl Writer Sixteen-year-old a r I y Houston Lovell of Burger Friday was certified as an adult 'and was bound over for grand jury, consideration of dwgcs that lie caused serious injury lo his seven week old son bv beating him on Feb. 10. He'later was released from jail on bond. The felony charges were filed with Justice of Ihe Peace Holiiml Dumvody only minutes alter Juvenile Judge Henry Strauss had certified Lovell as an adult and transferred his case lo 101th District Court. Following a brief examining trial in whiclrllircc color pho- tographs of the child and an alleged written confession by Lovell were introduced into evidence, 10-llh Judge, J. Neil Daniel ordered Lovell bound over for grand jury considera- tion of the charges. LOVELVS BOND wax left al the figure sol by Judge Dunwody and Lovell later left Taylor Cotinly Jail for Ihe, first time since Feb. ]fl. He had been held in the county's juvenile dclention fa- rililies there while awaiting Friday's ccrlification hearing. f.ovcll's 16-year-old wife, who faces a certification hear- ing in Ihe near future, had been detained for two weeks, but was later released from dclenlinn and placed under supervision of her parents by Judge Strauss. Lovell became, the firsl juve- nile lo be certified as an adult here in several years, bill il w.is not before a seven-hour hearing which Judge Strauss closed to tlie public in protec- tion of the juvenile's rights. The judge allowed Iwo news- men to listen lo (he testimony in the cerlificalion hearing willi tlie agreement thai mine of il would be Ihe outcome of the hearing. Till-: NVIWS media did not identify Lovell until Judge Strauss waived his juvenile ju- risdiction and (he man Sec YOUTH, 2A. Col. 5 By STAN lilCNJAMIN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (Al1) The Nixon administration proposed legislation Friday to delay certain clean-air (leadlines and permit, or even order, in- creased burning of coal. The package of proposals !o amend the Clean Air Act ot was unveiled al a news conference, by Russell E. Train, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. But Train said lie could not accept Iwo administration pro- posals to eliminate die law's protection of existing clean air, and lo iicrinil on-a- gain-off-again use of anlipollu- linii equipment depending on the weather. Those suggestions were also senl.lo Congress as "issues'1 for ils consideration, but nul as legislative proposals. The proposed amendments would postpone for Iwo years die full implementation of au- lomobnc antipolHition stand- ards. And they would permit cities having trouble with their Iransporlalion control plans lo delay for five, or even 10 years their compliance with clean-air standards. Here is a summary of the main administration proposals for amending Ihe Clean Air Ad: for Ihe Pre- sident lo require some power plants, on a case-by-case ba- sis, lo burn coal instead of oil or gas, until provided they do not violate air qnalily standards protecting human heallh, but suspending stand- ards designed lo protect Ihe environment. for temporary suspension of air polliillon emission limits uiilil Xitvem- lier 1974, if necessary fuel is available, provided no imini nenl or substantial health dan- ger is created. -A directive, iu case of coul shortage, for the I'residcnl to allocate coal lo those who can use it with the least environ- mental harm. --Authorization for MP.Y to exli'nd the (leadlines in stale plans for meeting air stand- ards prolecling the environ- ment, where supplies of clean fuels are lieiillli-prolccling standards would nol be postponed, and slates could enforce existing deadlines on the environmen- tal protection standards it they chose to do sn. lo postpone for five years the deadl'iies for cities lo meet clean-air stand- ards if their Iraiisportalion controls would o t h e r w i s e cause serious disruption; an additional five-year extension could Ue granted if necessary. said only a few cities such as Los Angeles miglil need mure than one live-year cxlention, for F.I'A to set standards specif- ic aulipollutioii design or c ii i ]i m e a 1 for pollution sources which cannol be con- trolled Ihrouuh emission or performance standards. for r'PA lo waive clean-air performance standards for new installations "In eni.mnage innovative am! control technolo- gy-" of civi! penalties of fini'S up to per day lor violations of air quality standards by s I a 1 i o 11 a r y sources, in addition ui the ex- isting criminal penalties prov- ided bv the Act. 1-27 Through Abilene Draws Support Inside Today Racing Driver Dies in Crash American racing driver Pet- er Rc-vson dies during n practice run in .Johannes- burg, South Africa, Stor- ies, Pp. 2A, 1C. Picture, Pg. 2A. Berr.ard Dohm cnri his wife spend their retirement years dreaming about the day when rheir eldest daughter will come home, it has been four years Bernaidine Dohrn disappeared after being named lo Ihe I'BI's 10 Most Wanted List. Pg. 4fJ. 4 Pope Paul's new document on the Virgin Mary has ushered in a new era for power-sharing between men and women in the Roman Calbolic Church, i Vatican expert says. Pg. 6C. Sloptien 7hornton will pfeach from the roollop of his church as Ihe pay- off in ci deal wilh his con- gregalion, which finally got 125 to Sunday School. Pg. ID. Amusements Astrology Bridge Church News Comics EcTitoriali Farm Morkel! Obituaries Oil iporfj Today in History TV Loo..... TV Scout Women's News 2D 10B SB 6C 3-9D c-7B 5C 8-9B 9D 7A 1-4C.7C 58 IOD IOD By MIKH JlUlil'lIKV Kcpiirtcr-Ncws Staff Writer Spokesmen representing ma- jor business, industrial, mili- tary an deducational interests in .Texas expressed vigorous support for an extension nf In- terstate Highway 27 sontheasl fruiii Lubbnck through Abi- lene. Austin, Houston and (lal- veslon in Abilene Friday nighl. Delegations from Avislin ;nul ftalvcslim joined Abilene dele- gates in expressing approval of Ihe proposed ronlc al llie Texas Highway Depailmenl public hearing. Ix-tlers of ap- proval from lloiision and I.nb- liock were also read. The. Abilene ineeling. v.'illi 3IHI in id tendance, was Ihe fifth in a series of public for- ums being sponsored by Hie liigliway department lo deter- mine llie need, runic, and fca- sibililv of an extension of ihn inlcrslale h i g h w a y which would connect the Texas pan- handle with Ihe llmislon-Gal- vestori area. The was held al Ihe Civic Cenler. I'llll, WILSON'. of tic: planning division ol lite Texas Ili'zlisvay Dcparl mc.nl. .Inck liis assislanl. and Jake lioberls, hiubway dcparl- ment dislricl en.ainecr for Abi- lene, cnndiKled the Bob liailoy, cbairman oijli? Abili'iie Chambi'r of Com- merce Highway Conniiilli'i', ciHirdinaled the Abilene pres- entation. In his upcniiti! slale- nienl. lie recalh-d four prima- ry reasons Ilial Ihe fedei :il fjoveninicnl developed I h concepi of an inUTsiate way system. "The lii.sl reasini.'' lu- IMJHU- ed lo mine people and from the stale capital. 'Ihi.1 second was for Ihe jJieat- er safely which an inlevslaU' route would provide. The third was for Ihe efficient mobility of military traffic, and (mirth reason was Icir movement of gouds and peo- ple." The presentation of Ihe Abi- lene was bused on hmv well die proposed Alii lene-Auslin ronle. would meet tiiose lour guidelines. "Wo iiiusl be court-riled not with just having a route lo move goods." added Hailey, "bill we inusl consider what is happening along llie roule. Our rouie probably reach twice llie number of towns and people than other roules proposed." "A prime benefit of this plan." llailey continued, "i.s thai il goes Ilirougli Austin. Kadi eily in llie state de- serves Hie llfj nf Ci-u-olKim t'lidt'd l-'rulay ni.Ljjt ;is inilliiins "f likickhirtts innn's ai- Iciiijils In r ilicni (jut nl' llit'ir flinKi-ii li'jiiu- .Vs Mime Id million Dii'ir.uay in ihcir i1. Un'V nirt ;i rvicliun noliff in Ihe form of ;i inuhi- media snuntf sii'.v.' hi liu.-ui News Drama Is Real Thing for Wife Turn on TV in Texas and There's Your Husband Robbing a Bank in Memphis MEMPHIS (AT'i Mrs. Vicki Makarski was watcliinj; lc.lcvi.sian in .I-ongvicw, Tex., earlier (his week and saw a news drama in which Ihrec men held up a bank, look hos- tages and led police on a wild chase before two men weie captured and one him- self. "Von lin n on your. 'IV in Texas and Micro's hns- Ixind robbnif! a bank in .Mem- phis." Mrs. Makarski said. "I went berserk, T didn't know if he was dead or what." Jim Makarski, an unem- ployed ni.icliini.sl, is one of two men charged in the Mon- day robbery of a Union Planters Hank branch. T II e neus a c o n n I s Mrs. M a k a r s k i ualchcd showed. Makarski and Iwo men jiliL- knew come util nl Ihe bank wilh KIIUS In the heads of Ihe bank manager and two women employes. She heard Innv dozers of po- lice pui'siiKl Ihn getaway car lo a department .store parkin1.; lol. where a TV film camera- man senl bi.s car Imrllinj; into Ihe (jelaway vehicle and ended llie chase. Mrs. Makarski said she didn'l know what bad liap- pi'ind lo her husband, .sn she headed for Memphis in find out. A second Longviow wonun. .Mrs. Nida ,lo Aklridjje. joined her fur Ihe trip. Her husband, Dan Aldriduo, 2li, an inR'in- tile layer, is llie soomd man racing KIJI chai'fic.s in the. case. Colice and Kill HgBiHs said Clyde Hyde Jr., -lit, o( Shrcvc- was Ihe third man ifU'olvcd. U'lien llie chasr ('iHl- cd, In; lalally wminded himself rallier llnni siirrondcr. The. Iwo Texas uniiirn wne allowed lo visit their husbands in jail Thursday. They said they were Inld Ilial llie Irip In Memphis was Hyde's idea and Ilial tr.p other Iwu men joined him "on impulse." The wives relumed In Texas by bus Ki iday. Until said llic.y plan In work ur.iii lor Ibeir hnsbaiid.s. Meanwhile, I'alrnliiian jamin I'ayne. Has from a lio-'piiii! and is ua wilh lite of crntclies. inoliircytlc olliccr was down by tlu' car. A second puluenv.m. .lome success uvir- Use binls as ihey darted aiioiil in iinal.li- !o sulllc in the Irecs. Si-vei.il niillinii birds foiinil a in Ihe fnonans' defen- sive Inn- shnri mi lircpinvi-i1 M'lliL'vl Illl'i llu; pilKs a> iiaxe done i.-.ir tn Ihe of (iraccham s 400 Kul oirK lals t'slimaicil Ihal as iiuinj iXi per cenl of binls v.en- driven inn of Ihe immediate vicinily for ihe nielli Tin- riaillc. of man bird Inok place as I'resiilent Xixiui uent for Ihe weekend in his Camp David relreal. only live mile-, away as ihe shackle ibe> and within casv hearing I'aivjc Dl the liatlhv Dr. Kcmii'lli Ci aw ford, the c liii'l Male veterinarian an.l field ueiHMal for Ihf operalion, jukcd abinil llie imisy recep- linn. "Tlie I'residenl is In have In lo San. (Mem- ;

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