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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Abilene, Texas                               siiiii.iv "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT MTH YEAR, NO. 12 PHONE 6734271 ABILENE, .TEXAS, 79604, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS Topsy-turvy track The extent of flooding of Kickapoo Creek in Peoria, 111., is shown by the quarter mile of washed otil rail- road track west of Peoria. The photo was taken short- ly after floods, which caused millions of dollars in damage ihe past weekend. (AP Wirephoto) Girl, 5, Drowns at Lake Proctor By KITTV FR1EDEN SlaH Writer COMANCHE Two unre- lated accidents occurred on Uke Proctor 10 miles east o! here Friday, one taking the life of a 5-year-old girl. Mary Cook, 5, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cook of Paris, France, was pvo- nounced dead by De Leon Jus- tice of the Peace Howard Bak- er about p.m.. ACC'OIUHNG to the official report ot Texas Game Warden Billy Works who patrols Hie lake, the child was swimming and noticed missing about p.m. The family begun to search and Hie girl's body was dis- covered at p.m. by Con- nie Krown, an aunl from Big Spring. Preston Reed of Blanket brought the child to sho.ie and applied artificial respiration, but .efforts to revive the girl were futile, the report said. The Cook family was vaca- tioning in Texas and was en route to London, England, where Cook was being trans- ferred by Gulf Western of New York. Sam Jlarshall, member of the Comanche 'esciie Squad, a volunteer group called to the Peron's Heart Condition Complicated by Bronchitis BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) President Juan D. Pcron is suffering fropi infec- tious bronchitis which has complicated his past heart dis: case, his doctors said Friday- night. The 78-year-old president needs "absolute rest and medical attention to cover whatever said a medical bulletin signed by heart specialist Dr. Pedro Cossio and Dr. Jorge Taiana. Peron's wife and vice presi- dent Isabel, returned Friday from a two-week European tour arriving only a half hour before the medical bulletin was released. Tne president has been at home for the past !2 days with what doctors called fin. He has been seeing only his clos- est aWes. Since his dramatic home- coming last year, Peron has been more of a spirilual sym- bol than a statesman. Peron threatened on June VI to resign if not assured of wide sunnori for his pro- grams. Hours after he spoke, scores of thousands of bellow- followers mobbed his office to ask lhal he stay.- Peron's health has been fragile for the past few years. He underwent sargery in Spain before returning from exile a year ago, and he lias been under medication for several ailments. He suffered from a serious illness in laic November which his doctors diagnosed as a bronchial condition. At. Ihe lime, qualified sources called it.a slight heart attack. Some doctors feared lhal Pcron could become seriously incapacitated for some lime. Modern Robin Hood But the Law Toketh SALT LAKE CITY Aide. This was done as change for the meters. He called himself service and can only the law entered the Hood Public Parking with your but his exploits on behalf send (1 to. continue Lake City Attorney overtime parkers have F. Cutler said he halted by the was a stamped Wessman and warned A couple of weeks addressed :lo that he may have Richard Wessman, to, laws. W e s s m a R has walking the streets of received til from a to quit his enterprise. town Salt Lake City and last Monday went law specifies (hat it's a coins in expired parking in earnest, .to park for more 300 cards and a specified time in a giv- .He would leave this card many meters. parking spot no matter how (lie windshield of the who used to you feed a meter. stocks for a 'are -sometimes marked "You have Just been said that by determine if a vehicle has from a parking ticket had received about parked at a meter for the Robin Hood Public went for bis postage than tie posted time. scene, sakl the accident oc- curred on the south side of the lake near a boat ramp. The body was taken to Co- inanche Funeral Home and was to be transferred Friday night to Nalley-Pickle Funeral Home in Big Spring. INVESTIGATING was Deputy Sheriff Burgess Elliott who could not be reached for comment. Earlier Friday a -young Kriona woman was injured in a boating accident and was Uiken (rom Comanche Com- munity Hospital to Hendrick Memorial Hospital where she was to undergo surgery. A hospital spokesman said Virginia Murphrcc, the daugh- ter of Mr. and Jlrs. Ray Mur- phree of Friona, sustained leg lacerations and was in satis- factory condition late Friday. Further details were not available. Comanche County Sheriff's offices and Game Warden Works were investi- gating- Agreement In MOSCOW (AP) President Nixon and Soviet Leonid I. Brezhnev announced Friday in a manner that SMg-gesled agreement that their -summit talks already have dealt with "the question of additional measures to ll.tiil" the antiballistic missile systems of their two countries. Since negotiating room on the question was limited, it seemed most "likely that any new accord on ABMs likely would freeze the sophisticated defenses at their present level. Following four hours and 10 minutes of what were described as "very direct" negotiations (luring the day, .the two leaders said the ABM question "was discussed." A. joint statement added: "An exchange of opinion abp took place on the question 'of limiting nuclear weapon te.sts. The discussion on this question will be The fact that the statement referred to continued discussion of putting new curbs on underground tests while paying nothing about any need for further discussion on HMMT trip, Pf. JA n. T _ ,nrrr_ rH wrm, NuEOii and, Brezhnev would si-asssa There would appear to be jy limited scope Tor further Motions were that It agreement m he ABM area jnvfllve wat. W armaments. The cd at the 1972 Nixon-Brezhnev leaders gave their approv-summit here omumtted each nation to mamtajn only hyo. ,de the Treaoons field ABM sites- one to protect Hs and one elsewhere, v chief agreed dur-However, neither country 4s ing- the day to expand their known to have taken maxi- .conversations and to continue mum advantage of the 1972, .'them Vat Brezhnev's Crimean accord: The Soviets have an 'villa late Saturday and Sun-ABM system to protect 'Mos- day. only and the. sole Ameri- 'Brezhnei' wanted can system is 'installed at lo1 make" :a' stag affair, of the Grand stay at.his 'Black Sei: dacha The te'o 'leaders' "expanded near 'Yalta" the White their schedule for summit House at one point indicated talks and put their approval Mrs. Nixon might not accom-on agreements to develop. arti- pany her husband there, ficial hearts, design bouses for However, it was learned lat-earthquake-prone areas and er. that the First Lady would do research on energy go along. Today Ebon to Teach At Columbia NEW YORK (AP) Abba Euan, the former Israeli foreign minister, will be a visiting professor this fall at Columbia University where he will leach courses .dealing with diplomatic affairs. Eban will teach multilateralism in modern diplomacy; currents in Middle Eastern nationalism and case histories o nwar and peace in the Mideast. He will teach only .for Ihe fall term because he wants to retain his seat in the Israeli Reads Thoughts Scientists in >Menlo Pork. ing to o close a'generolly Calif., design a computer dismal first half of 1974. they say can monitor .a pg person's silent thoughts. JA. 41 Senate Watergate com- cSSi Mm 14 isl staff blames bur- i fmrm 10.11 A possible cnmin- 471 charges against a big OMtMriu sc cooperative in 1972 Oil SR Pg. Bb. in HbMfr D j i TV LM f A declines-continue on TV (A stock market, bring- Ntwt Fischer Resigns Chess Title LOS ANGELES (AP) chess champion Bobby Fischer has resigned his title in a dispute with the Interna- tional Chess Federation over conditions for the 1975 world chess championship match, the Us Angeles Times said Friday. The Times said Fischer sent a cable to Dr. Max Euwe, president of Ihe federation, saying: "By setting a limit on the number of games in the match, the FIDE delegates have decided against rny par- ticipation in the 1975 world chess championship match. I therefore resign my FIDE world championship title." Fischer had sent the federa- tion, meeting in Nice, France, a number of conditions he wanted imposed before be would defend his title. The federation announced Wednesday night that the Fischer proposals had been adopted. But it was not known if there were revisions that Fischer found unacceptable. Daniel: No More State-Paid Charter Flights By GARTH JONES Associated Press Wriler AUSTIN. 
                            

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