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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1974, Abilene, Texas                                WITHOUT OR? WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOESvWE SKETCH YOUR WdRLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron 93RD YEAR, NO. 355 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS Aaoeifled Frew (fl ELUE Kucuar Missing Discount tets a Puzzle 9. YW'.wid'tfce Jiie FiDii- -ly .jCirete.fcad dteewut -tickets Six. I MgU'lhe magaiiie' for tiie inly aid ft. Please ckeck agali Ikis. double-checked with Six Flags. in. Arling-. :tph; they have a letter of confirmation from Family Circle magazine stating the coupon, Hie .June issue. It could be before you -bought- the magazine (bad business) orJFamily Circle got its wires crossed.' We truly didn't' iiitend fb lead you astray. Since our last question on Six Flags, we've discovered some of the local Super Duper stores offer ?1 discount coupons, also 1-20 Foods on the South Access Road in Clyde offers a 16.50 "ticket'for with' each purchase, All Exxon stations Jn Tewis will eventually have discount cou- pons. Address qiestkuis Action Liae, M, AbUeiie, Texas will lot be Med brt qoestim nnst be i-- signed and addresses glvei. Please ta- elude teleptott H possible. Q. Can JOB locate stm-cwe to trans-. fete the Ditch, latgaage? We need irip, Ike SOMCT (he better, to liter: pret correspiwdeBce! I A. It'll have to tie sooner because Mrs. Alexander Ungvary, her, was packing to leave-.for-her summer tacation, in'fact wiu be gone before you read this. But arrahgements were made for you two to get together the: day before she left. Mrs. Ungvary is Dutch, .teaches sociology at McMurry. College, and-was delighted to be of help. i' v Q. Wiat cclaM gaMUie skMM I ue bt a '0 Mercedes out I get ai timer's manal? The people in Fort Worth .recommend 98.5 octaine or premium fuel.'Order your, owner's manual from Mercedes ;Benz of North America, Mont- vale, New Jersey 07H5. Q. wWs'tte. grWvy.; siiger .with Huk T k m p s a's Brans Valley Boys? I keard be was fran AbOae. A. He is.-Your groovy, Reggie ;Brown, the red-head from- Abilene. He the band six or seven months' ago, is the second person from Abilene to play {with Hank Thompson. Curtis Potter sang ''and pJayed bass with him for 12 years but lias now moved on to bigger and better .things, according to Hick Gibson of KWKC phoned. Hank Thompson for your in- Yformation. v Q. My grairinUtber kad a favcrite poem about dried apple pies. Hie few Hies tkat rail througk my kead are, "I. fcalhe, abhor; detest, despise, late drfed-applle ptes." Bit taat's all I remember. Cai fiad the aithor and name of Ike poem or the rest of the called "Dried Apple tiie; creation of an anonymous donor. Third lines bread, I like good anything that's fit to eat; but of all'poor grub. beneath'.'the skies, the poorest is dried applie pies." And it goes on. We've sent you .the words. Others curious about the poem can find it in? the book, "Byst Loved Poems of Hie A Songwriter Mrs. Emma Young could be on her way; to national stardom. The 75-year-old sohgwriter has been com- posing-lyrics on notebook paper for 15 years and two months :ogo'decided to get paid for' it. She just might, relofes on Pg. NEWS INDEX Amusements 5B Business Mirror 9A <4B Classified 4-1IC Comics 78 EditorioU 4A Horoscope 9A Hospitol Potierrts ..........28 Obituaries 66 1-3C To Your Good Health..... 12C Travel 5B TV Sebuf r.............. 59 Women't News...........38 Boy Fatally Sister Wounded f DON FLORES Reporter-News Staff Writer An earlj Fridaj morning stab bmg in a soulhside home left a seven j ear old boj dead and his' lljearold sister in Djess Hos .pitfilwith multiple, stab wounds: Michael Bavld Niles died-in the allack and his sister, Kelly called police at 12 47 a m Fnday, was taken to Djess Hos- pilal She was in s itisfactory condj lion at 10 a.in. Friday: Parents of the children are M Sgt Bernard Niles of Dyess AFB1 and Joan Nues ol 3142 S. 9th St., where Uie at- tack occurred. s Justice of the Peace Roland Bunwody pronounced Michael dead at 2 03 a m, "at the Djess Hospital The body was taken to EUiott-Hamil F u n e r a 1 Home where' arrangements are.pend- ing IffVESTIGATING officer I  suf fered stab wounds in the upper part of her back called police at 12 47 am shortly after the 'assailant ran out r} home j The police officer said theie vas apparently no foi Uie attack ion'the two children. POLICE mozmiig were searching for a white male in his mid 30s about 510 to 6 in height The rmn is also de as having a muscular build :'and dark hair. Officei Dodgen said (lie assail ant: apparently entered the: home through an unlocked front door and: made, his .way to the .up- stairs bedrooms. where the two children were asleep. mau .then attacked the children, slaU bmg girl "at least eighl times and Uie boy one lime After, stabbing the children, the man apparently ran down stairs and out of the house. TII'HD duld, Hobble, 6 was a sleep'downstairs :a'rid was unharmed Dodgen Mid lie wouldn't comment on whelliei' Robbie slept through the stab i which oceaned upstairs Sgt Harold Emerson said lite was basing their destfiption on information given by Kcllj Niles Dyew Information Officer 11 Larry Bumss said the girl nas not under security -police guard at the hospital, bat that secunCy at the hospital, was so tight that it wasnt felt' necessary.' No one can the-hos- pital waid Lt Biiniss sjid since hospital secunly is ui force.' A sliot-spiattered sign in a-Fort-Worth gravel pit ...T silent testjnjopy sense' of should have read No Readme. Possible WASHINGTON (A P) Presidential lawyer James St. Clair said today President .Nixoii ...yrtli documehls subpoenaed by for-'' While House! aide John Ehrlichman and "i'-federal-. ,jiidge'' immediately began .'a. that cmiW-lead to'a contempt citation against the President. District A. -Geseli asked law- "You are saying lie (the Pi-esident) will not comply with the court's "I fnink St. Clair responded.- said earlier Uiat unless-Ehrlichman gels all the material- from his own "White.'House1 -file'sr' that he deems nccessarj' for his de- fense, lie '-might-have -to dis-- miss the conspiracy case against Ehriichniaii, then said: v': ing into control I take priate Mcnipt statufej y "The dismissal :the Presi: dent's action seems .pointing for is a'-Tcourse. I" -'should" not r'folloW .'Until rlihije exhaireted eyery; other Ehrlichman, N'ixon's fo.rmcr domestic 'cpunselpr, i ately took'the staiid.as a wt-.; ness., ;._.- EhrJichTnan is one of six de: lendants' iii.'a case charging a ch-i) rights conspiracy against Dr. Lewis Fielding, a Beverly Hills psychiatrist who had been treating Pentagon papers. figure- Daniel -Ellsberg. Kkrnekmaii lias subpoenaed. all: his Janiiarj' 1971 April 3D, "I97J; and the had L agreed to giye him and his, lajryejf; -access, to :-niente: Buf' Nixon 'had told the'judge in a letter, that he; tlie President, -would make T i the final .determination .of 1 ifhai EltrliicTunan 'could use at Gesiell said that deci- sion .was up to the court alone. '.Late. 1 ast evening I re- ceived frorn counsel for Mr. Ehrjichman an index and tab- ulatjon of certain indicating notes that were furnished and 'notes, that :.were Geseli said. "-The jqdge continued: :Siew of-this WASHINGTON' (AP) -rFoiv Gen....Richard.G, Kleindiensl today received a suspended or.c-month jail sen- fine forTCfuS: ing to.ansivcr. "fully r'aleiy" ab'oiit'ljie ITT antitrust case Senat committee. 'li.'S.1 District' JudgerGc6rgei L.. Hart 'Jr. said ..Kleindienst' the -iiglit. sen; tence. as- a nian of IfarV sa'W'thai dterist testified before the Sen- Judiciary. 'Committee 'in he on de; ception.'.'- 'Hart' said, Kle'iii- diensrt attempt to .protect someone else, an apparent ref- erence to President Nixon's order" that; Kleindienat''drop' a big antitrost, suit then pending against'the'lnternatiohal Tele- phonfe _ The sentence imposed on the former: j ikieindienst, the second U.S. ever convicted .of, a crirne, .ciised ;iajder an ptecure' stat-.- lite-making if Uiegalito wi.Uh hold information" or documents from a congressional 'commit- tee. charge ter lengthy tween Proserator.Leon J Klelndtenst pleaded guilty to tbe: misdemeanor'charge oil May.I6.. Several members nf llic spc- cial prosecuior's staff involved ITT: investigatioh. have since' be'-) cause they felt. Kleindierist' .should have been charged with perjury, vphich felony.; Kleindjenst's -con- viction 'a" techiiicai violation of Hartsaid'his motives were: loyalty attempt tqipi-eserye Bie repirtalion of .another, judge said.' Kleinuienst .wa's viewed as an hooest. and man a'faihi- -ment it appears to. indicate the court's ruling was nol adhered Geseli 'called 'Nixon's sion to .withhold' material, a "complete disregard the court's At that. point Ctair. said has' traflspured has been in wilti'irny letter of -May In that letter St. Glair-saia "the President is nol desirous of having these, or in fact, .any. .indjctments. of fornici1 officials, dis- missed without a fiill.and. fair (rial" but that Nixbh cclulii not jeopardize national security "even if it means that the court determines thai .these case's must .ultimately dis- missed." But Geseli said he was, nol lalkins about the letter 'and lhat he disagreed with  ir inland- to. feed :the !'rain storins." At'the same lime" dry Vest- winds faiS-West-Texas.'-.: v lEarly. morning ranged degrees, at; .i :Dalhart, iii'the panhandle be-' hind'the rfront, -up at: Readings most points still. south :of- .the frontal system stood in the rThursdayi- afternoon's-.- top marks niounted: iat rand 'and 102 at Abilene and San -A little, cooling was! prom- ised in, Southwest aiid North, Central Texas, but sultry, heat was expected f.o; linger- ia areas farther U.S. DErARTMENT OF COMMERCE servrei [Wctttwr ABILENE AND VICINITY (Tfrmlk radius) Partly cloudy wlHi o chance of thundersrwwers loday throogh solurrjay. Nol so foday.' Nertfieqslerly winds 7 to .IS moh. High leday ]n the low lonlght.ln the upper High StDurrfay in the mid .Ms. Probability of rofn 20 per 'ce'nl today, 30 per cent tonight end 40 per L _- i High end Tow for U hours ending t 102 Sunrise Imfay: sunrise tomorrow: 6: Front Improves Chances of Rain By JOEDACVn Repjorttr-News Writer Forecasters 'at -the National Wealher Service Friday predict- ed increasing chances of rain 'through Saturday because of .continuing effect of a stationary front in Weatherman P. W. that just before; the'.: front en-' tered about S'p.in. Thursday the temperature; shot up to 102; just, two degrees short 1 of a 1948 record., THE ijS'CREASEvIN tempera- tjife was a nbinial phenomenon, however, Eck said, caused by a desert 'like southwesterly winds. receded Ihe front's entry. 'Alihough Abilene "barely rto- .liped" the front's passage Thurs1 day, it may be inore effective at bringing rain'than cooli.ng lenV peratures, Eck- i "I feel we will probably; even- tually, get-some showers out of he we'll fi- nally get theml.Wc.sure do need -some runoff for' these were reported recently to be at-their lowest levels in 20 years. TIIE CHANCE' OF rain has 'Iluctuated between 20 to 40 per cenl since last, Saturday, Eck .uoled. "We've' .bad..something .going on ah'nost1.every day thai give yoii at leasVa slight chance of sajd.. Slightly more than" an Inch of niiii..lias been, recorded, at the 'Weather Service office 'at- Abi- Airport. Norrnal for June is 2.82 Inches, Weather Service records show.   

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