Abilene Reporter News, May 28, 1974

Abilene Reporter News

May 28, 1974

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS. OR FOES WE SKEtCH-'YOUR'VVORLD EXACTLY AS IT -V-iV YEAR, NO. 345 PHONE'673-4271 TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 28, PAGES IN THHEE SECTIONS Auori Intern Added, Forecast the Same By JOEDACYIl Writer In addition to 'p red i c I i n g i of .the-same hot weather" 'for Abilene, forecasters at the 'National. Weather'Service Tues- day rreported a new staff addi- tion jn the form of Nancy Jor- dan, is, as a summer, intern: ci' TOE PA.VGHTER and Mrs." Talrnpn, J, Jordan, of 325fl .Rusiell wilLif.arni.wiather Serv- ice''1 operations and help out in the officej forecaster Jack "tike every other government ;a'.'program to give a person going to college'or edu- a chance.to'make some. 'money during .the Schnabel explained. The" Abilene''High School gi'ad- uale was placed .at'the "Weather Service office at Abilene Municipal Air- .port jjy -.the" Bridge (placement learning what they do summer.-: .r Jordan said she coming rii6re interested" in.: Weather" Service didn't: ktiow. that', much' about, it. before" I canie out' she! said: She future pjansjn- elude. University and 'possibly entering law school..' BUT, .WHEREAS Ihet'statr'of: the forecasters has bebii Kfank Canhon'said .the weather picture has not.'1. "It looks like-we may have the same thing through the rest: of (he he.said. few lower clouds may; appear Thurs-. day or late he add- ed, but these will not be enough lo cut.the sun's.heatiiig-eflecl, fie explained. -Temperatures' are'expccted rise into the upper 90s .but not top 100 degrees, he said.. The predicted, heat: wave be-: .'gah; Monday following 'a week- barrage .thunderstorms which: left. but caused. extensive damage in Angelo' and .Colorado City. Tape Case Response Due :U.5. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Nellmal .WNtntf Mrvict I Hat, Pj. i.-, Fair adernoons arcd'vJanTvilahls.. Souther- ly winds 15 lo IS mph. High mis 'alterndon .'ardi'Wedne'sdov Irr llic upper ?OS. Low tonight 70 Wind -warnings ere -In eliecl on drcc I' i? 91 n TEMPERATURES .rrt. Tu 4M 73; .'.'''71'' t-.ca-...... .'.791 ,.83 17 service) and will be "typing and It High and for 2f hours pending 9 a.m.: PJ end in: High and low, seme date to oh-i n. SunrlAe loday: sunset sunrise' 6.J3; J n lvr Barometer reading at In. 'Hurrtidirv el noon: 48 per cent. By W: DALE NELSON Associated Press Writer I .Court today invited President Nixon's lawyer lo respond' to SpecialJPrbseculor i, request for pVomp.t i-'eyje'w: by'-.lhe' Nixorijs; refusal .to sur-- tender 64 subpoenaed Watcr- .gate.tapes. ..Thelcoiir't saicl While House lawyer .St..'Glair. promised'to respdncl by Thui'S-. '.r'; ;.y.S'.' J. Siricarruled May.2p that'Nixon must, surrender, .the tapes', but asked'.the U.S..'Court: Appeals hei'e.'.lasl Friday lo overtum that the Su- preme. Court to take 'jurisdic-., lion.in the 'If "'the Supreme -Court. ac- B; ELJJE RIJCKEH Teak Oil Aids Thai Treasures Q. My son has beta sending me all kiids things from TbaUand lazy Snsaas, salad cake cover with iterviig dishes, Someone told me they would warp In our dry cllmatp. Will Ibey. aid what can be done la pre- vent It? A. Some of it may crack since it's awfully damp in Thailand and equally dry. here. Fur nilure.re'iinisher and repairman II. V. Smith suggests nibbing' your wooden things wjtli teak-oil'now and then., Whatever you do, them in the dishwasher, they'll crack IprjSure.'We. tried that-. mllo wliere does II gel its lame and Is il actually used A. Milo maize is a type of grain sorghum like cantaloupe is a type of muskmelon. Some; farmers call it milo, some call it- maize, some call it just plain sorghum. It's fed to cattle in the feed lots to fatten ttiem up for market. Actually, we can't tell you-why they call it milo, but we can tell you that milo maize is only one of dozens of terms used for grain sorghum. It's called durra, shallu, kalir com, Kgyplian corn, great millet and Indian .millet. Farmers in India call it jowar, chol- um or jonna; it's-caHed.pelil mil or Quinca corn in .the'.'West Indies and Kaoliang in Manchuria. West Texas farmers may frown and wonder''about your motives if you.askcil them Kaoliang crop ivas coming along. 0- In reference to lawsuits, what "dismissed wltt: prejudice" and "dis- missed wlUwu( prejudice" mean? float's the difference? A. "Dismissed with prejudice" means a case cannot be brought to suit again. "Dis- missed without prejudice" 'means the suit can be refiled. Q. We just taught a new store and I've already chipped the earner. It's por- celain; Is there way I can repair or cover op the chip? A. Not with porcelain. A shop here that specializes in refinishing appliances says the only thing is to touch it up with enamel or lacquer or order another porcelain cover from the dealer. We've sent you the name of i 'building supply company Ilial will mix paint to match your stove. Q. I ieed help and.qiick! I've already talked to the agent, a iiirsery- man and a multitude of individuals "ji yet my magMtia tree Is still dyfeg.' Fve tried spraylig Irti salfate on kaves, fertilizer, copper iilfale in the grond ud acldtfkr. Do think of yoor eMtd help? Ok yes, I've also ised Epsom salts, [.need an Mswer Btt Tight away. poor old tree'is probably so con- krfow wfiat you expect from itffciit-.''-.'-.- first things- first, .Immediately begin ieaf-teedirig your tree once a week TOth liqu.id fertilizer, zinc added, to keep the you out for sure what's "ailing it. The epsom salW are okay but you probably didn't use enough. Howev- er, for now, forget the epsom sails and soak the ground around the tree thoroughly flood with liquid sulphur 'and'water. neighbors will love you, it smells like rotten Repeat the sulphur about four week.? later, says our expert Paula Carter. Contact the county agent again about soil sample. That should help determine what'the problem is, v AUms qwsBons lo ActiM UM, Box 31, AMteM, Texas 7NM. Names will Mt be wed hit qMstUn mssl be tlprd axf tUrttatt given. Please Jiclade lei- ephove umbers if possible. -MflRV hii- I LO >E Sign of Love While attending an Atlanta Braves hasetfalJ'game, Dan Edelstein of New La., had Die flash an important message to friend, lii tlic Ann: Siiycler Clashes a big smile amUlhe answer to-Dan was, of course, "YesV'tAP'Wirepholo) ___ Tourist Center Issue Unsolved By MZ MOORK Reporler-News Staff Writer Sharp disagreement over how to establish a Tourist Informa- tion Center here ended unre- solved at adjournment of Tues- clay morning's meeting of the Abilene Convention and Visitor's' Bureau.of the Alylcne Chamber of Commerce; Settlement of thi. issue will mean that cither or lo. be spent on the proposed facility, Waller chairman of the Travel Information Commit- tee, proposed in .his committee, report that space be used, in' an oldtime streetcar at Old Abilene Town, lie said that owner of the tourist had agreed lo allow space for the center in the car. would .'an'-' ,swer questions, fen visitorsiahd. lliere would lie a direct line with area motels for reservations, Shaller said, lie said that since the bureau would not-have to -hire a worker, or construct, a building, the cost bV low: costs for rent would allow for'a budget of "just under Aiiiri. "We originally had a' mini- mum of _ to he .added, "but this is certainly the most economical way we'can go at this THE PROPOSAL met ininie-. diat.e objections from Tipycc president of7the'Abi- lene ancpiay'. Littie, "The Motel1 Association i is not pleased with Johnson as- serted. "We. want ai building cepts.the case, it .will bypass the appeals court. Jaworski's appeal "marked the firsl time that ihe Su- preme Court has been iisked to'intervene in the Idng-run- ning legal battles over the yVliite tapes. Jaworski-suggested i. at, if the Supreme Court accepts the case, -briefs be submitted by June U, after ivhich the coui! would hear oral argument. Sirica's ruling followed a .precedent which he-set last August in a batlle over a'simi- la'r subpoena issued. by the then-Special Prosecutor Archi- balu Cox. That ruling was upheld-by the-appeals court. Rather than appeal it to the .Supreme. Court, Nixon set in inotio'ti steps wiich led to the firing of Cox. However, he'.lalei- surren- dered the tapes which Cox had sought. Last month, 'Nixon released a edited'transcript A WBK-EUfR WMTU rv CUSTOM MHSACI TO TM MTIK! I5WMK 3 MTS 15: No phone ordcri Caih in 3 pm Thunday ch tfttCN IEPMTCMCWS of u number of While Mouse conversations dealing with Wa- tergate'and said-afterward he would release no more Waler- gale-relaled malerial, either -lo Jaworski -or -to the House AIOREY MILLERMAN ii'lli of goals Judiciary .ConimiUec's i m- peachment inquiry. in both cases'the Presidenl (hat thei subpdenaes cpnstituted.hu unwarraiiled in- trusion into .-presidential cbjili- dentiality: In.his the: materials' liiust be turned .tphimliy May 31. The subpoena asks for. and documents relating" to Cj House conversations twceii June 20. 1372 and June' 4, 1973: 'The prosecutors are seeking' for pre'pj aralion.fpr cov; cr-up.'trial-scheduled-to begin Although theiSupremeCourl rarely, bypasses the appeals court, it has done so in cases involving seizure of steel mills in llic 1950s, a coal mine.strike during World War II and few other instances. .-Tjie court said.Justice liani II. Rehnquist look no purl in the invitation to Hie U'hite House for a response to Jaworski's petition. with restrooms and a staff member." He also argued that such a center supported by tax' money should not be in w.itlra private It would also not be centrally located, Johnson said. Shaller had earlier suggested that or would be needed for such a separate (acil- i -By to'.-four vote, the meeting adjourned at tl a.m. when another group was" sched- uled to use the room. .THE ACVB. a 1974-75. budget .of at the meeting. .Increases last -year's proposal', of allow for .more money for pos- tage, fueliand dues to organiza- tions, according to treasurer John Hatchers financial report. Max Polcn, chairman of the conimillee for this year's second annual international Cowboy C a m p f i r e Cook-Off, putlined plans forithe tabor-Day week-. end. attraction and asked for project. Last year was spent on ;'4he event which Polen and offi- "a minor suc- chefs of ranch-style cooking arc invited to compete Sec. TOUIUST, 8A, .Col. K Study Suggests Upgraded Service Would Aid Airline Bv BILL Keporter-News Staff Writer Upgrading local air trans- portation .would benefit Texas International Airlines as" well study of present cargo and passenger service suggests. The! study was commis- sioned by the Chamber of Commerce and the City of Ab- ilone, and was conducted by aviation consultants T.A.P. Inc. of Bozeman, Mont. Findings of the study were reported. Tuesday morning at ;i meeting of the chamber's Aviation Committee. Morey -of'.'.Itie' committee., said in an interview prior to the nieetihg that initial response to the stu- dy has'been encouraging. "WE TOOK one of the first copies of the study to Austin on May 17th so Texas Aeronautics Commission could hiive it on" Millerniaii said. "They told, us that fi- nancing the study was the best inon'eyHliat'.a'ny. Texas'.com-' niutiity has spent toward soiv- an air service problem." accompanied on his visit-io'the coniiiiission by Jack director of the chamber. The two men, joined by City Couri- cilman Scott Taliafcrro and by Eoonc Powell, Jr., then cham- ber president, also gave Texas International officials a cap- sule, summary of the. study last February.. "They were "very cordial and very receptive., saicl-Mill- erman of Uie airline execu- lives. "I think they'll pleased and impressed with' the final'report, HE SAID there were three main goals of the study: to Abilene to Seek Support for Air Service Upgrade Bv BILL GOUIJ) Reporter-Nevvs Staff Writer The aviation committee of tlic Chamber of Commerce voted Tuesday to seek support from five other cities in a bid for improved service from Tex- as international Antilles. Committee members madii the decision alter hearing re- sults of a recently completed study of present cargo and pas- senger service 'at Abilene Munic- ipal Airport. The. study proposed a nortli- soulli air route be flown through Abilene on a regular basis by TI, which is the only airline now serving the .city. The suggested flight would connect Houston and Denver, Colo., with stops

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