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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Abilene, Texas                                'WITHOUT OR TO FRIENDS OR, FOES WE SKETCH YOUR EXACTLY AS IT B3RD VfiAR, NO aiB x PHONE ABILENE, TEXAS', 79604, FRIDAY EVENIffo, MAY 31, 1Q74 PAGES IN FOUR SECTIONS 'J ;HER PRIDE AND, 'Mrs. T.G. Griffith JQV. Love' truck's bumper''sticker.'reads: Only- Gp'at Milk Beals Love. .For-. .G.-' Griffilli, .lioute ;gbat niilk is 'and operates the M- E.! Goat Dairy; one of the few 'Of ilS" kind for hundreds-of miles around.' ;In RdditiorT' to 'the' dairy, Mrs. G T i I f i I h ra.iscs. and Nubian dairy Her Nubians are registered both, of the national goat or- ganizatiohs the American Dain-'Goal 'and, the'-ATiierican. Goal Society and the 'herd -numbers about THE Griffiths got'slart- ed in the dairy goat business bul necessity..rather .than, any other reason. "We :gqt''our first pedigreed- Boat, 'when .he'had our last "lie couldnM: take cow milk; in his "We fquiid that fie was real- ly starving to "So' we'put him on milk an'cl'lh'c results were helievablc; lie poimrt a- week for a long .lime' arc! never.spit liis goat formula up like he li'ad with cow milk. -So', Griffithl de- ci.ded (o-expandlhfe herd and it's just sort of 'GOATS' MILK long' has oman becn.rccoriinicndG'd b'y doctors'.. ,as.a substitute.for cow's liiiik in; (tie curd is smaller in goat's'milk and; the; butterfat1 content- is. teria content jn'.-gb.at.'miiik; is. Mrs: Griffith-said. 'llie low bacteria coujt.viri- goat's milk; :eliminates'costly', .processing and also make's-thfc'j milk, extremely "for people with sh'c said. r Of'the five, breeds of'dairy' goat (Nubian; Tpggeriburg.'-'Al-' pine, Saanen ..and 'the .Nubian doe's-VrmlR tains .the highest .butterfat'.ra'; tio .and yields' the most' she said. .goats.are inosi'ppp.ular an average.'doe: the! yield will gallon a 'Mrs.'Griffith said! the': height 'at her the .yield .will be-as high''sis' two day." .TO GET that yield goat dairy will'spend 2.B times as much to feed a doe Uian.it- takes lo dairy'-.cow.' "We feed 'them' horse and mule Gnlfith -said. "thcv cat alfalfa hay and rolled oats and corn.'.; A' spe-j cial dairy goat feed, iisjb.'-.isj .avciila'ble.1. lEa'ch day, the 'Griffiths: miJIO: 'eight "or nine -about as mayri in their milk- ing bam. All the milking is done by! hand. f. Europe to Cut U.S. Tariff s j i WASHINGTON (A P) announced to- day''that'U S and Common negotiators haVe agreed formula for re ducuig European import du- ties "on a significant number and volume of American ex-  proposed trade reform taw Officials saW Ike formula in- volves duty reductions on U S. exports .or; tobacco oranges and, grapefruit, kraft paper, photographic film', nqnagricul- t r a c to r s, excavating diesel.and marine engines and outboard motors, measuring plywood AcpbrfflrigUtpTthe" officials, expofls to Com- mon, llarket nation's- of these items'" 'are in the a-jear range. Niton did not disclose pre- much duties being cut. .The-reductions are intended lo c b m p e h s a t'.e for tariff changes which occurred when the Common-Market'was -en- larged to Great Brit- ain, Ireland and Denmark, of- ficials said. They added that the formula approve? Iby the Common MarkeHodaJMloes not include "compensation'claimed by the US. for cereal grain export The negotiators jointly; to "continue discussions with a te seebng through international negotiations agreed solutions lo the problem arising in the field of international trade in cereals." Judkiary Still Requests 45 More Tapes .By JOHN BECKLER Associated Press Wnter .WASHINGTON House. Judiciary; .Committee :has tapes of 45 more presidential conversa- tions despite President Nin- ons insistence he will turn over no' more Watergate. male- rial. Along -'with the approved, by a 37.'.tb' ;1 'iyote 'sent. Nixon a letter saying his re- fusal to- could Itself: provide grounds for impeach- ment. It rejected -'two. attempts, la deal more- harshly wjthu the President; however. A motion to seek an. limmediate, im- Senate nti Florida State Senate on TTrarsday passed an.amnesty.' bill- recommending citizenship be jestoreif to It itwaV. approyqJ'S alter an amendment seeking; amnesty for Vietnam draft a Miami Reach' Democrat 'who 'spon-' amendf mehtjYwitfiJrew it at the re- of Republican'Sen. War- ren" .Henderson, sponsor of the Lee measured ___ '.-v But Gordon said, not'to, wait another 100-years to -grant amnesty .to others whO'deseryeJt." The'-Senate approved on voice memorial-to :ther Congress vasking (hat; ship.rie.reMbfed'postiiumously to Lee, Ihe.Ciyil War Cohfed- erate. was..de-: prived 'of Citizenship by the Proclamation .of .Reconstruction of 1865.' memorial "the "legislature''.of'the' S ta te -of. Florida :has; long recognized outst an'ding, virtues of patriotism and of :Gen.. and ;has. recog- nized; the', cpntribirtion. of eral Lee in healing- the wpuwls of. the war 'the. states." WEpl DiMHTMidT OF COMMCRCI NOMM WMlMr CWMIfctr AIILENE AND VICINITY radluil cloudiness ant cooler lodo'y and totiloM wjlh of shfly.-ers and. Dicrcoslna cloirflncsi Saturday. wirMs 14 rripH tint lorlghl- HiqTi I" Ijwe' TMioM; In proUbillrr so- ter etnt teoHm.'WInd wornlms In lor fiourl endini peachment vote for contempt- .of Congress was tabled, 29-S.- JOne'tbrecdmjnerid citation'lor contempt but delay House ac-' tion'untiHater was tabled 27- 11 The.> committee ;.also reject- ed, :23 to effort to open some of the impeachment; .hearings, to the public, next 'weelo.The-yotc .is.'expecled- lo. hearings! ieasf two .weeks1 longer. Issuance of the cqmmitlee.'s fourth subpoena against Nixon with 'bnly one dissenting vote by proxy, forian absent member the bipartisan opposition., in -th'e committee White House strategy for fighting, im'peach- ment. ;_ "He's- .Hep.': Thomas F. Railsback, borrowing a term-made popular', .by the .While House -transcripts. things the eommittse are allegations Nixoii.obstruct- ed the: Justice ..Department, the.Sena'te Watergate coinmil-' tee'and the ,'in'their'inquiries, xonductydoes fqrv.this.; i allegations ;iiver- ,B. a.il s b ILC ilcClory were Republicans. who joined in'direeting Chair- man'Peter H'. Rodiiio Jr, P- N.J., to send to'Nix- letter warned that a 'continued refusal (o honor fommittee "subpoenas win'per- mit: members to'conclude he is -withholding damaging eyi- dehce. sterily. letter, also informed Nixon that un- der the Constitution he has no power to. .tell the committee .what.evidence he will give it. hiphth "agO'.ohly piiblican supporteu: sending a letter merely notifying'; Nixon he failed-.to, comply, with 'a subpoena, for 42 taped'conver- sations.' Nixon had released edited. transcripts instead of tapes .on that -occasion. He refused to supply anything in response to two subpoenas issued May .15 tipes and White House he would future subpoenas for Watergate'malenal. .subpoena' calls for. delivery by .June'Jo of Water- gale tapes originally requested April Most-, of them also have been subpoenaed by spe- cial prosecutor Leon Jaworski, who has asked the Supreme Court to rule on his right to them The   the ,E g y p t i an cease-fire was signed last Jan- uary. Three- Israeli-" soldiers were reported'wbunded today. Fighting 'in the past' 8i .days claimed thejives of -60 Israeli soldiers a liBut -the: shooting finally z.m.- sides .said. k At-'the' New the United'.: in prb'pbsing [hit .Sepiirity.'Council put a zone between .afier.tliwarting a U.s! mpve'to get'socn action Thurday.1 -'sponsored jjy was ch-culati ed'.Jpr the. adoption, establishing a U.N, Disengage- inent-. iniiial period 'of six 'months; subject .to renewal by ftrrtlier reiolntipn of the Security. Russians :had objected to creating the.force prior to the Geneva signing. Front Changes, to In -in Worst; Best TV Camiricirtials Rated t hcMtbe'righlbUlto takea-lobkalit. poor tid trre is stttJ stark liked. By EUJe RUCKOI Q. WM tnte year's II best aid II wtret ctmnierclal awards? A For.-Texas the Dallas Ad Club commer- cials-as; -1) Ojson' and Coffee Z) Mr, W nipple of Charmin fame, Continental.Air- lines' tastetos "We move our tails for you." Voted the three best Rodney Allen Rippy in the ads, Cat .Chow's chw-chow-cnpw bit, Morris Uitcat'for Nine Cat Food. U sure did sfrike'a'h'ard blow If it'toblt -.the.leav.es'too' Comity Agent H.-C.- Stanley knew: the freeze killed the''fruit and blooms but-; he' tiadn't-heard of leaves going them. He says it's possible it will eome later this summer or eyenfnert spring but if the bark'-has-hirned-dirk, has no green coloring at all, Ihen.you've lost your tree. AbflfM, reifed a ud Tke litenectfM kn M yield, sttftr eutM ffgn. I'm it i-anber if Mw tkeir ft. 1 .was Here were it ttotofrapfes to tay at' tfee Charlie Rich )M taww the: address hh cNb Mutuhtu I UM .the. liliim, tkea Ow freen Ut, all. My A.- Taylor wasrt't a problem BitersediOTi-but. A; Try- li is i public relations Peter 'Simone-ana Associates, 1717. N. Highland, Suite Hollywood. If.TJufdpCsn.'t picture, then write Ms Sy Rosen-. Tenn.. i Q. Jwt at DeiUi Valley Baptist CNrth I tiiii a wwid, t4 wtth a red tae Kg kwd w the Oat says 1'ye ken earlpf far tie hM, heiltliy tinr to kMw fee to 1 eai A. More than likely, you've found ing'pigeon. ;0nce in gopd him loose and .away home.. His owner's probably'waiting for him. Pigeon fanciers, as the birds; release them far frorrj liome, then lime their return. H-SU Ornithologist George Newman says (lie band numbers :don't; sound like those used by the National Migratory Bird Census people, he's almost certain your.pigeon has an owner somewhere around this area. New- mart often has he'd sure like, to have names of local pigeon raisers for his files. Addma qiesiiMi U ActiM LlM, AWteM, Teiis Nanes win Mt be Hed M qwsttoM. rant be slffaed aid givta. Pteast tMMc M- epbtw Mntoepi H A "10 to la-degree break in the heat'and a M per cent chance of Ihundershowers were predicted Friday, by forecasters at the Na- tinal Weather A. cold. front, once stationary, has now. to move-ihto; Abilene and was plotted 50 miles north of Abilene Friday morn- ing, forecaster Jack Schhabel said. CONSlDERABLf; cloudiness is expected to'cul the sun's heal- ing-.'effect, .dropping1 afternoon temperatures inlo the lower 80s instead of the upper Ms experi- enced '.since Monday, Schnabel said. An overnight low of 68 sig- naled the "decrease. Morning temperatures had been in the lower 70s. "The cloudjness is piling up on 'the. southside of the frontal condition throughout all of Tex- said: Scattered showers are possible Saturday, he but'Clearing conditions are-ex- pected Saturday afternoon and Sunday. FRIDAY'S per tent proba- bility of rain represents one last chance for appreciable May rainfall. If the-rain does not come, the monthly accumulation will be only .72. inch, more than three inches below normaj. Thun'de'rstprms-were reported on nine days in Hay, 1973, drop- ping T.38 inches.' In J97S, rain of 2.21 inches fell during seven days of thuwjerstorrhs, National.' Weather 'Service re- cords show. Voting Boxes Consolidated Cohsolidotion ,of Tpylor County voting. boxes .for So.ru'rdoy's runoff- etection will mean changes in poll- ing places for a number of voters.- -Voting locations ore listed on Pg. 5A. NEWS INDEX Amusenwrts: 3D Business Mirror: IB Sridgt .1......... 8C Ctossifiei 4-1 ID 'Comics .70 8B Hospital Obituaries- 6A Soorls ;'..'...........'1'5C To Htelth 12D Ttavil' TV.Loa TV; -ID Women's News 2-3B Let Your Voice Be Heard in Sa t   

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