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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1974, Abilene, Texas                               "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 94TH YEAR, NQ. 180 PHONE 6734271 ABILENE, TKXAS. 79604. MONDAY MORNING, PECEMBBIU6. -HTOPAQES I N TWO SECTIONS Price 15 Coahoma May Turn 'Dry' Today COAHOMA When Coahoma, Sand Springs and Midway residents turn on their waler faucets late Monday, nothing nuy happen. Honard County Water Control menl DKIiicl 1 has. said it will cul off waler to its 871) customeis in the llnee .small towns at 10 a.m. Monday unless the Cily of Coahoma pays cuncntly due Ihc distuct The disliict sells water to Coahoma winch in tuin pioudcs ualei lo Sand Springs and Midway, iusr (ar (o their curicnt said Oscai chainrun of the watei disluct boaid He said the represents the amount due for October and November. !le said the district notified the city in a loiter Dec. 5 that if it did not pay the bill by 10, a.m. Monday, service would ter- minated. Coahoma Mayor Jack Cauble declined to say what the city will do in light of the planned water cut-off and explain why the 'city has not paid its bill. However, a Coahoma city councilman ._ .who.asked not to be named" told .The', Sunday that the clly piobably Hill pay Monday (hat pail of the hill which repiesents actual vsatei, ilxnit He said the would not pay the ie- mamdei of the bill, about which he wid the distiiU uses to pay off a bond ii ued in 19 n to foi in Ihe disluct fn the distnct issued anolhei bond to build a blggci watci line Thai bond is tang paid off with money collected fioii] custom "We'ie going to Vty hi Hie Ine councilman said, but may not pay everything thev Vi irt HE SAID Hie dislncl fakes in enough tat money to pay off Ijioth bonds lather Ihan having to continue chaiging the City of Coahoma j month to retue Hie original 1935 bond. Should the di'slricl cut off water to Hie towns, Coahoma lesidents might still be able to get walei, the councilman said, fiom wells Ine city opeialed befoie foima- lion of the water district. in Sand .Spnngs and Midnar, howeiei, would have lo lely on olhei sources for their water, he said, Six Children Survive Crash, Week m Peruvian Jungles MMA, Peru (Al') A bush pilot and six children were re- cuperating in a rural hospital Sunday: after trudging for al- mosl a Ihrough dense Peruvian jungles from a plane crash lhal killed three other children. Hepoils 'fiom Ihe edge of '.'is jjrg's sa'i! pilot idcr- lificd as _0iur Xcndci fcai- micnlo, 24, and Ihe childten aged 6 lo 16 weie out of dan- They weie to be held un- der intensUe obseivation for MS" I The single-engine taking the in on an exemsion crashed in the jutigie on Dec 7. 'liie first that was heaid lhat there were suiuvois Saturday morning, when the seven appeared in Iscosasin, a cQinnmnity be- side the jungle about 250 miles e--st of The survivors and this threi child victims helong to a Swiss Gennan family that set tied neai Iscosasin eailv thu ceiilnij Relalues -MK tnej are o( Penman nationality PAGE ONE On Filday Ihe 13th of De- cembei Jane (.Mrs .Steilmg) Ciuldeis could not but recall Judayjlie lith of last .luly whenshewenlauaveling 11 was no hop and skip tup 11 was no simple 2-1 houi Fri- day Ihe 13th She (reeled to- ward the sun, from Central Daylight, lo Hawaii Standard time so it was a 20 houi day. Jane each one of them Plan was she would meet a fucnd, liolshuhei of So-atlle, m the Honolulu air- linit Thnv would on lo Jlaui wheie her friend had fneihls who were getting them 'luaileis in a lovely condomi- nium. The Bianlff flight, Rallat straight Honolulu, did no'. fit timing her friend waul- ed w Jane booked passage BY KATHARYN DUFF Angeles lo get fiom Bianiff to Western AH lines foi the Ha wan Hight Jane laced the .several .miles. Once there she found the 50 nlinutes would be three hours. Jane was over (lie li ifi so she awoke fai loo caily lhat Friday )3th ihc cooked and ate a good breakfast, inoved leisurely 'out to the air; port and got the plane to Dal- las. So so good. She had a two-pins hour. lay-over in Dallas. A (laughter i n cl her at .the airport, the; (laughter h.itl had.hieak- so site had a second one. The two-hour wait stretched lo three.- Jane's' plane; never diil cnme; Passengers weie switched (o aiioDici1 airline's plane. 't finally airlwrne there came sn annQun cement. There were not enough lunchc-s aboard for Ihe.cxlra nders. Some get- breakfasts. Jane drew breakfast. It is a good ''meal. Hut three in a row? She had afl minutes in Los tWSINDEX Aim Comks Uitmh 41 41 41 ...41 f.ft 5R 7A 4> 41 (A y in Histoiy TV to, 'IV. 41 4B IS lunch. Slie found- a line and stood in it. When her turn canie.the waitress handed her a menu for breakfast. "All we'ie (lie gat uplicd cuitly wiien Jant asked Jane could not go fourth breakfast. at tag liter the Pacific began to think longingly of food Some fame It had been too-long frozen She rouldnt get it down. She substituted chain- i was hungry when she gat to llciiolulti feut lirsl better find Eugenia 1'hlgerna w a- (o found. .Tane went'to Hie desk of an airline to Alain I he cleik knew nothing about a Mrs. llolshuhcr, Jane did not know 'thci- werenyo airlines lo Jlaui. Her friend had them seals on the oilier one..Site.had ami gone on. t .lane hunted Eugenia. lime to searched the big tenitinal until she inisscd all bul last flight to Maui. At the small Maui ]Mrl, where she landed late, Jaw fniiwl Tall Kugenia at a ceilam number ll'was 3 condominiiim but Eu- genia did not answer Jane was forlorn starved. She found an airport stand and'got-a'sad liirhes sandwich. The teimmal was closing for the night. She found a cab driver who, reluc- tantly, would drive Hie several miles to the condominium U she was positive she wanted to go lo a distant condominium. On Ihe way Jane glanced at her .watch. Friday 13 was over in Texas, if not in Hawaii. She found her quaiiers and they were lovely. She found i her. too, fast asleep there. Jane corrected that sit- uation. have, you: KiiRchia asked when she got awake enough, Jane had trouble answering. The-plane, belonged to the Agnuiltuie bemce Co which seuices jungle plantations It was on'a one-hour trip from San Ramon, on Pen's Andean slopes bciide the Pacific, to i plantation neai Iscosasin Newsmen fiom the aiea re polled that Zendei, the pilot, iaiu in engine wim ueaa 10 minutes out n[ San Ranmi and he glided lo a crash land- ing m i tiee filled swamp his destination ''After that, we staged Liylkmg ihrough the lie. J JJVeJpst ana We lued on w'ater, some palm fionrts and root? and othei jungle food Some limes we picked up mid flint Ihe vegetation toie at our legs and bodies "We fmallv i cached a ruer and we weie picked up bv a raflmau jusl we weie about to lose oui stienglh The pilot said Ihe survivou weie In the cushioning efiect on (he plane b> den e tfte lepoiis said The laft picked them up at a hamlet called laguna, J5 ili (ire jungle In aiWilion to the pilot, the suivuois weie identified as Gladys Ze'nder, 16; Ilerfa Zendei, 14, Kasilda lender, 6; Juan Zendei, f, Heibert Panauro il; ana car- los Pandmo Zendei, 8 those squeals on- Christ- tuas morning. Riti there tire only S more to Jo- your shopping Ford, Gisnrd Near Accord FORT DE FIUNCl'V Mai li- nHiiic (M'j PifsulinK aiiil Vslerv Ciiscard (I'l'-'stsinK i' I-I'LH t'-L'd nil CHinplOWli" rfUOUl SlIllddN aimtd at bunging oil consum- ing and producing irUioris' lo Ite .conference laWe. 'Hit two pitiidciits, countries have generally disa- greed on how to approach the problem of lu'gher oil prices, met formally for four hours Sunday. Spokesmen-for both countries described the talks as "amicable and Ihe Miujt'ii of eiitigj was ?d m amii ib'e Press Secret a IT Ron Ness en said aficr'lhe morn- ing ion Foul and Gisraul itl-slaing met again for hours in the afternoon. One knowledgeable' U.S.' offi- cial Mill lie expected the tvto- siumnu to ic nil irt an agreement in principle calling' fin IJu I'nitul Malts lo go? rtltmg with a dipariile meeting nf ii I ntniliinnl' tidliont Ifail- iry consumer nations and tha .developing countries. In return, France would dgite iu (uiciple with US. in- sistence lli.it such a meeting would lie hinged'on nation solidifung then nego li it MI" hcioiehanJ, although il would slop shoit of nquiiMg Kunce lo join the U S Eneig> N'el'p. Xctse" ;'Q' IrUliyu II l-iendi spokesman, would dis cluie details of Use except to saj thej langed fiom eneiKy to inteinational monetary affsus, the Middle See FOKD, Col 1 page lul sectios Martinique Price Provides 'Haggling' Well-desetved rest Heifa Zemier, Mjearold suivnoi of a plane uash and a week in a Peiuvian jungle, lests Sunday after diiiungin San Ramon, Peiti JJeila and otheii spent a week existing on and jungle" fond until they iedUied a uvei idftbinen picked them up rOllT FR Marti- nique (4P) quip among some islanders is lhat French Pieiiden t Giscanl d'Kstailig is trying sell -Manmiqiie 10 i lesuiem Fom at summit meeting, ind they aie haggling alwut a about Ihe lepwl, Ron Foul's chief spokes nun 1 mgheti ami s.iio fhat Another quip, Pg It's p.ut of the friendly, in foi mil atmosphere of rte talks HIP tdininent carries the therre ninliei tliV host since Martimqiie n in Ihe Fiench Indie isproMd ing cieofe IOIMI spicwi'witn li-} laud danceis foi Uw Antencan Carter Says Bentsen, Jackson Violate Campaign Law Spirit In W SSHING1X3X P) Geotgia Gov Iimmv Carter said Sunday thai two of his ujiiieuarai foi me 1976 Demociatic presidential nomination aie violating the spirit or me new campiign ie- form Uv Appealing on NBC's "Meet the Carter refeired to an aitiL'c in the New lhat Sens Benlsen of Texas and llemj M Jackson of Vtashinglon are seeking roi'ribu'iops from ndt- wdiiiils pi 101 to the law lakmg effect The law, uhicn lakes effect at (he stait of the >ear, limits conliibutions lo piesidenlial campaigns to from indi. viduals. spokesman ior Jackblm MHl DiPit cdtnpdign commit lee is working with a self im- 'poscd contribution ceil- ing despite the fact llwl ineie is ho limit-under current law- Ife said thi linul was set when the campaign icfoim bill patsed Ihe Senate Letauife U-mcladcd a ?iCOO ceiling The was Mu lo a limit in conference committee the spokesman the decision was nudr to lo until Jan I on 'Mett (he Press' when the limit becomes law, Sen. Behlsen 'could not be i eachcd mimcdiaU'I) foi com nient. "Both of .these .gentlemen the linnlalinn of Caitei sa-cl "I persorally that tliK i-, hpiojl nf the ton (klibeialelv m.ide the I.ur effeclne long rnontlr after it signed the Pi evident and nassed b_v IhejH. I llnnj this i? equivalent to (lie same thing that Piesident niiilidrri M did haiki in April of 1372 when lie rapid- icLumiilated l.iige sums of ntonev. to Iiiinnce his caiii paign without the irtentiH of the conto ibulois, Ca'tei- "nhmk thai the spnil of the law is being Caller said of the actions of Bentsen he added, .Iliei'e two' gentlemen are not doing anything lhat is illegal." Accoidmg to Ihe ailitle nei HILI Jackson 1101 Bentsen is making any'secret of the sol- icitations intended lo finance dS p.iigns foi Ihe noniiiiiition. to the French loid leiiimed the _, bunging food and wine, a MhTte House chef and singer Sarah foi a poolside Siin- ddv m0ht iteak barbecue par- ty Hie goveinmerf up unusually tight security for the summit on this nnj lush (.'jiiblx'aii island It took the sei en ston, 307 r o Iiutci lookng Foil de Bay and sealed il "off with "a'mili i.irv wjrdnn Ihp pJniMing ia- smo tenni-> coutts, palin- fnngett occanside swimming iu ivlwli Ford quickly lock a liking and eieijlhing else UK closed (o the piibjic. fci' use p' e off1 cut de'esa- tiors arid lite big pie.ss contih- gcnl Foid is to miss a swimming iwol al the House, and he was off for a swim within half hout of his arrival Kaliudaj He was up e.nlj .Sunday foi anolhei dip bcfoic meeting vilh dTstaing 'Die are lianng hiick page this section t Needy Families Can Begin to Shop Today at Goodfellows' Toy Store Aboii I -top persons from nee- to shop this week al the 'Goodfeliow- Toy Store Which opens at 9 a.m.' Holiday al 166 Pine. The slore, funded by the an- imal Goodfcllow. drive, con- tains hundreds of toys, both new arid reconditioned, to be distributed. ,lo less .fortunate families indc'mified Ihe campaign which began at Thanksgiving. STORE HOURS .arc 9 lo a.m. and 1 lo p.m. Monday .through Thursday of this week- only. Members of the City Council PTA will staff the store. Mis Fave Murphj, sctie- tary to the toy Kun day that 100 persons a day are expected to shop in the special Families accepted for par-, ticipation arc given coupons and appoinlmenls for "pur- chasing" toys in the store. Ten persons will shop each half hour, Mrs. Mnrphy said. are not Hie only at Christmastime. Many Abilenians also reed food and T'ciolhiiig, and the: Goodiellow .drive will provide Ihem with those, also. Clothing scrip, which can be .redeemed al Sears', Montgo- mery Wards, phys and Thornton's, ;'s ex- pected to he. mailed'la-needy fr.milics Monday. FOOD SCHIP, ranging: in amount from SO to S30 depend- ing on family size, will he mailed out later-'tin's'week, Mrs. Murphy said. Food scrip is redeemable a I grocery' stores throughout.'Abilene. This. y'.e a r.'s Goodfellovvs campaign is slill over.' .shy of its .Totnl. raised so far. Contributions may .be mailed to Goodfellows, Box 30, 796G4, or.lurned In at The fioodfeltows received no mail Sunday FOK1V1NTIIK SYI'UI OK THINGS at Martinique summit   

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