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   Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - May 17, 1973, Lubbock, Texas                                Thursday Morning May 17 1973 White House Privilege Narrows WASHINGTON AP Theirecently wont be allowed tolures Including former aides of classified informa ported that Ehrlichman tried to White House Wednesday softjhide wrongdoing legalR Haldcman and John D Ehjtion such as incidents which prevent his own former assist jened iis broad instructions on when present or former presi dential aides should refuse to answer questions on grounds of executive privilege Acting White House counsel Leonard Garment told news men the guidelines he drafted ly enforced are only for gener al guidance and dont repre sent any attempt to restrict or suppress Earlier some commentators and officials had expressed con cern that the guidelines could be used by some Watergate fig Housewife Continues Strike Against Chores MEMPHIS Tenn AP And I took my sign Rachel Harshaw continued on The sign she had put outside Wednesday her strike against 1 the house had read to passer rUchman to duck sensitive questions on grounds other than the Fifth Amendments protec tion against selfincrimination Haldeman and Ehrlichman whenever asked by newsmen have said they havent invoked the Fifth Amendment but they wont comment on whether they have stood silent on grounds of executive privilege As originally drafted Gar ments guidelines say President Nixon wants his past and pre sent aides to refuse to answer FBI grand jury or Senate ques tions only when they concern personal conversations with the President conversations about talks with the President or White House papers pro caused the President to be con cerned about news leaks j After Garments guidelines were made public it was re ant Egil Bud Krogh from making a full statement about the burglary of Daniel EUs bergs psychiatrist Mild Temperatures Rule Over State Mild temperatures were the no important temperature rule over most of Texas and i changes today with the high in with Lubbock thermometers topping at 86 degrees 80s tonight VISTTORS FROM YEMEN HONORED Three high officials of the Consultative Assembly of the Yemen Arab Republic visiting the International Center for Arid and SemiArid Land Studies Texas Tech University and other points of interest in and around Lubbock became honorary citizens of Lubbock Wednesday A C Verner president of the Lubbock Chamber of that sermon hours one day off per yearcial duties The guidelines also J and other humane considera tions Signed Woman of the She said her husband Jim an insurance man had point out that laws prohibit dis household chores She begansby On Strike For in connection with offi the work1 stoppage after listens ing to a Sunday sermon in i which the minister quoted from the Bible that man is the mas i ter of the house Im afraid stopped said Mrs Harshjnored my demands for a few law idren 30 mother of three so put the en After hearing the Mothl The kids and I been Monkey Brains Larger After All s after a eo the mercury down in the 40s and 50s Houston Beaumont Corpus Christi and Austin all broke previous record tempera tures for me date before the NEW YORK UPI Contheir day The only cloudiness manskvas in the lower Rio Grande trary to common belief Commerce and president of the First National Bank presented them certificates of citizen sermon she refused to taking thewhole thing as ai brain is not the largest in thelvallev ship in ceremonies at the Labbook Club Shown from left are Sheik Abdullah bin Husain Al j I animal kingdom in comnarisonl A hit in the low 50s with Fridays high in the mid 80s With a series of cold fronts the eastern two thirds I of the nation Wednesday the majority of the weather was on a par with Texas readings The temperatures around the nation at 2 ranged from 36 degrees at both saginaw and Michigan to 95 de Yuma Ariz national forecast called ship in ceremonies at the Labbook Club Shown from left are Sheik Abdullah bin Husain Al Ahmar president of the Consultative Assembly Vernery Sheik Ahmad Ali AlMatari a mem ber of the assembly and Mutaham M Abbas office director of the assembly Tech Photoi Arab Sheiks ToxicologlSt DoilbtS Food Dye Safety Pay Visit To ICASALS Two sheiks of the Yemen WASHINGTON AP The Food and Drug Adminis trations chief toxicologist said Arab Republic one the presiAmericas most widely used dent of that nations it is doubtful that Assembly and the other a memAmericas most widely used ber of the Assembly were dye can be considered safe tors Wednesday at Texas Tech i in beverages Universitys International Cenj Leo Friedman head of the di ter for Arid and SemiArid j vision of toxicology in the Land Studies Sheik Abdullah bin Husain AlAhmar president of the Con sultive Assembly and Sheik Ab mad Ali AlMatari assembly FDAs Bureau of Foods said there is no question in his mind that Red No 2 is toxic to un born children Red No 2 in food is pretty member and assembly director i safe he said But Mutahar M Abbas arrived atRed No 2 in water is doubt Lubbock Regional Airport Tues day They toured farms and agri In beverages the question of a fetal toxic effect is beyond cultural industries Wednesday Friedman told a group and will leave Lubbock early toof industry scientists and an day Hosts are representatives the International Center Chamber of Commerce Texas Tech University Richard Moseley of Chamber of Commerce of the FDA panel of outside consult ants The consultants were called and in to advise the commissioner on what regulatory action if the any should be taken against was Red No 2 their host for a tour of DeKalbi The Bureau of Foods sent Uvo Agriculture Research Inc options to the commissioner Dr Anson R Bertrand ago accompanied by a of Texas Techs College of Agri1 recommendation that the arti cultural Sciences was their ficial color be banned in bever host for a tour of the universiages and that limits te set for tys agricultural research facili ties a nearby West Texas feed lot and both dryland and irri gated farmlands They were welcomed to the university by Texas Tech exec utive vice president Glenn Barnett E Parsley Named To State Post AUSTIN UPI Gov Dolph Briscoe Wednesday ap pointed Robert Parsley of Hous ton to the Texas Board of Men tal Health and Mental Retarda tion Parsley replaces Jess M Os bom of Muleslioc expired whose term in other food drugs and cosmetics Eightyfive per cent of the food coloring used in the United States is Red No 2 Last year the FDA certified more than 300 tons of the red color for use in a wide range of products in cluding most soft drinks gela tin desserts candy baked goods chewing gum ice cream pet foods pill coatings and lip stick Beverages ac count for about half of the con sumption Friedmans division began studying earnestly the safety of Red No 2 after Russian scien tists reports more than two years ago on animals tests showing it to be a fetal toxin Although the Russian tests were Friedman said FDA tests came up with the Parsley an attorney is a di same results rector of the StrakeJesuiti Anita Johnson a lawyer with College Preparatory School in Ralph Naders Health Research Houston and active in church Group said Red No 2 is a cos activities He attended EastimeUc which in many cases is Tennessee State University University of Tennessee and the If it is allowed to remain on University of Virginia market she added labels School should identify its presence and His term expires women of childbearing do housework although she said she had made some con cessions Wednesday My demands are not met but I did break down and pick up a few she said Ive always fed the children but I cooked breakfast this morning instead of making ce real But I still havent washed any clothes or made the beds Harshaw said j animal kingdom in comparison A cold front was pushing its for clear to partly cloudy skies with the cloudiness just to the In a way its a said to his size There are a southward through thejsouth end east of the Great of monkeys say the editors of jpanhandle Wednesday bringing Lakes and along the Pacific TimeLife Books new fresh breath of slightly this morning The Emergence of Man whoselair to most of the state by this Unseasonably warm readings also IMrs Harshaw but Im serious about I expect shell give in Harshaw said Tuesday before the concessions No Ill never clean up the I have the nicest family and husband in the Mrs Harshaw said But when I get mad he just takes me brains are much larger in I afternoon iare forecast for the Plateau proportion to their bodies than The forecast for Texas calledand warmer temperatures are mans Brain quality not for clear to partly cloudy skies expected on the southern and quantity therefore helps ex plain mans ascendancy over other forms of life on earth the editors say through today with mild tem perature readings Clouds will central Rockies as well as the southwestern and norther plains pjauiA thicken across the south today I and the upper Mississippi Val The metro area will observe ley 1979 1 ape not to consume it Pilot Project Designed To Keep Kids Out Of Jail SAX FRANCISCO fUPH Eighty junior high school students from a ghetto area go under an educational microscope in a pilot project designed to heip change rising patterns of juvenile delinquen cy The students fid boys and 20 girls from Benjamin Franklin Junior High arc the subjects of a program railed Behaviors Evolvement Through Achieve ment Management iBEAMK The project will re conducted by the San Francisco Unified School District and the YMCA and YWCA units in the Fillmore District the school is located Statistics and information gained during the ninemonth project also will be mane available to the San Francisco Counry Juvenile Court Division said the director Hay The Tnatn thrust of the project is to kivp these kids out of said Ai Silverstoin of the San Francisco United School District He said the students chosen for the project will classified as juvenile delinquents because of their past histories or signs of becoming delinquent BEAM wili have a two pronged approach Behavioral modification techniques to im prove reading skills and group dynamic sessions to strengthen individual ego structures and social skills Statistics show that there is a strong correlation between kids who cannot read andj juvenile Williams laid j Working to improve studentsi reading capabilities is not new The use of a reward system in the BEAM project is unique however The reward system simply means officials will use money to motivate the students to reach certain reading achievements Silvrrstoin said about S3 per week for each student will be earmarked for the reading program He said money will used because the reward system in behavioral modifica tion based on a reward that tiie student is willing to work to attain You rnust use something on their standard of Siiverstein said and these kids think in terms of Project Dircrw said he reward system is a new approach for teaching reading and he was not ure of what the results be What we may wind up with is delinquents who can Williams said The second major component of BEAM will involve the human relations group meet ings or encounter type sessions Silvcrstein said trained group leaders will guide the twiceweekly sessions where the student will con front himself and his peers with many of his social and personal Siiverstein said the sessions are based on the hypothesis that the selected students arc experiencing conflict with fami ly teachers and other authori ty figures and he conflict would provide motivation for change i THREE DAYS ONLY DtfLICIOUS TENDERAGED Ilrlaln i HALVES MONEY DOWN CHOICE YIELD S AVERAGE WEIGHT 300 LBS AND UP 3 MONTHS SAME AS CASH litf I UQrouna Jferf Hit SHJT HOG SC99 20 LBS AVG HAM BACON PORK ROAST SPARE RIBS PICNIC HAMS HAM HOCKS 3 MONTHS SAME AS CASH Split Hog or Triple Bonus With Pu re hose of Beef or More NO PAYMENT FOR 45 DAYS SELECT CUT BEEF ORDERS it TO PRICED FOR VOLUME BUYING All meats 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