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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Abilene, Texas Wyt it Rilene Porter it Quot without or with offence to friends or foes we sketch your world exactly As it goes Quot a Byron i �?�3rd year no. 266 phone 673-4271 Abilene Texas 79604, sunday morning. March to 1974�?ninety-eight pages in eight sections 25c is novy Fie state Sale Tai arabs to consider Oil embargo end thinking Little Denise Hart. 3, stares in open mouthed Coneen Money tor Abilene boys ranch. Denise is the daughter of or nation As her Arrow flies toward the target during and mrs. Rand Hart 2302 Ivanhoe. Staff photo by John saturdays Abilene Archery club Marathon to raise Davis Glassy eyed archers claim record by Liz Moore reporter new malt writer what everybody wanted to know toward the end of Abilene Archery clubs shooting Marathon saturday was is anyone still hitting the target they seemed to be but some now men had arrived to relieve other member who had been singing Arroya All night Long in the clubs Hay Day Effort Hay a it lated from t pan. Fridas to 5 pm. Saturday raising $250 for Hay tor Abilene boys ranch. \ barn at the boy ranch burned last december destroying its contents explained Richard Jack son membership chairman for Mac. The unusual Marathon plugged on through 27 hours inside the old Busch jewellers building at 4th and Pine streets. Jackson said it Wasny to easy but he and two other Etui twister watch reaches area \ Tornado watch was issued for 8 to pm. Saturday to my a m. Sunday for Scurry. Mitchell and parts of Stonewall Fisher and Noland counties. Frank Cannon National leather service forecaster Aid Large Hail and tornadoes were reported in the areas near Lubbock. Amarillo and Midland. Colorado City reported to Inch of rain. Rotan had 20 Inch. Bilene failed to get any measurable precipitation saturday. Although a Trace was mrs. Hearst says message received Hillsborough Calif up Atherine Hearst Luther of kidnapped coed Patri a Hearst. Said saturday night san Francisco radio station it Rived a taped communication believed to be from the doctors of her 20-year-old lighter. It would to the first message Nee feb 20 from the sym Lonese liberation army which Aims to tx4 holding the Young Oman hostage. Muss Hearst As dragged screaming from or Berkeley apartment on cd 4. The victim s Mother said in to station is an called her to dorm her of the commie Leat Ion a station spokesman Iso continued it has received tape and that a credit card a longing to miss Hearst accompanied the tape the talk. About a half hour my. Was extremely difficult to understand. An unidentified woman spoke on the tape for about 15 minutes and then a voice believed by listeners to be that of miss Hearst talked tor about la minutes. Later a Man who identified himself As Cinque comes on the tape for about five minutes. Recorded at the weather by i eau at Bilene municipal Airport. Cannon said a cold front was moving eastward from the Texas new Mexico Bordel and was pushing moist an ahead of it causing the instability. A the cold an behind Hie front will act As a triggering mechanism to cause severe thunderstorms and the possibility of he said Cannon said the Trout was due to move into Abilene sunday dropping the temperatures and increasing the Chance of rain. The front will leave behind lower temperatures for Sun Day and monday. Cannon said the High sunday will be in the Low 80s and the Low sunday night will be in the upper 40s mondays High is expected to be in the Middle 60s. Members. Jim Parker and Jack Phelps. Aimed at the tar gets throughout the night a we did t Stop except for a break every now and then the time went Laster if we kept going a Jackson said he said they got a Little punchy As the night wine on. A we set an unofficial w o r i d \ he announced. A we snot 51 arrows into a styrofoam Coffee cup w dirndl breaking the cup a Little contests just among members also kept some spirit going to 4 pm saturday the contest was among three radio stations George Owens of knit. Dave Dalzell of Kroc and Jerry Wilson of Kwic All members of the club in addition to members the Public was invited to try the sport. The total raised was tar Short of the club s $2,000 goal. Farmers and ranchers were asked to contribute Hales of Hay. The archers will meet for then monthly shoot sunday after Imp in at their target Range on Mcgee drive East of Abilene boys ranch and off Loop 322. Registration will tx4 from i to to 2 . And participants will begin shooting at 2 15 pm. By the associated press two Arab Oil ministers arrived in Cairo saturday night for a scheduled sunday meeting to consider ending the Oil embargo against the United states. Officials said the Oil ministers of Kuwait and Bahrain had arrived. The ii ministry said five others Are expected on sunday the appearance of the first two ministers rein f o r c e d Egypt s insistence that the meeting would go on As scheduled sunday afternoon despite some a p p a r e ii t opposition within the Arab bloc. A member of the Bahrain Oil ministers party said he expected the meeting will begin Oil schedule sunday but to would not say what he expects the outcome will be. The sem official egyptian newspaper \1 Ahi am predicted that the ministers gathering sunday in the egyptian capital will lift the four month old embargo that has contributed to the Oil Pinch across the i listed states Syria and Algeria Twat previous holdouts sent word Friday night that they would show up. Said egyptian Oil ministry spokesman Mahmoud Roushdy. There has Len no word from Libya which opposes egyptian president a n w a r Sadat s Al torts to talk his brother arabs into lifting the embargo in return for i s mediation in the Middle East. He added. But Roushdy listed these countries a the major Arab Oil exporters to the United states a As having confirmed hey will attend saudi Arabia the largest Arab Oil producer and Leader of the embargo Kuwait the second largest Arab Oil proud Cor Qatar Bahrain Abu Dahabi Algeria Egypt and Syria. The prediction appeared to end earlier speculation that Only a few ministers would show up to consider the decision on ending the embargo before Israel withdraws from All occupied Arab land and Nixon plans address today key Biscayne. Flu. Apr president Nixon scheduled a nationwide radio address for sunday on the american Biden Tenniel. The Florida White House said the address would Fie broadcast at 12 07 . Put on the nation s radio networks. In Advance of the address Nixon conferred with top aides Alexander m Haig or and Ronald l. Ziegler at his Bay Side Home Ile arrived Here Friday to sgt end the weekend with ins wife prior to her departure monday on a six Day latin american tour. Even before syrian and israeli forces separate along the Golan Heights. A syrian military spokesman announced in Damascus meanwhile that More artillery fire erupted on the tense Golan Trout where israelis and syrians fought with artillery and rockets Iii two engagements Friday. By Dan cannons de timed an israeli Bulldozer and another vehicle in saturday s 15-minute barrage that began when israeli units tried to improve their positions the communique added no casualties were reported. The Al Abram embargo pre diction came Iii a dispatch from Riyadh capital of saudi \ i a b i a the correspondent said a decision to lift the embargo would come in accordance with a decide reached last month in Algiers at a meeting of King Faisal of saudi Arabia. President hate Assad of Syria and president Houan Boum Dienne of Algeria. Faisal general in recognized As the most a fluent ii Leader of the embargo ii on record As opposing any softening As Long As Israel occupies Arab land particularly old Jerusalem with its moslem holy places White Blitz s head in Sand by j i. Smith reporter news farm editor Gorman Texas agricultural commissioner John c White save v s. Secretary of agriculture Earl but is a a pretty Good fellow he lust kind of gets Ion with his head in the Sand a cml ii your Bead is in the Sand you know what s showing. And he got that kicked a few times Over his Peanut White made his remarks before several Hundred people who gathered saturday night in the Gorman gymnasium Fin the annual chamber of Commerce Farmer s banquet. The commissioner told the group he had the flu. But had told his Wile Nellie it he could t make the speech she could Streak though he said a it might take her a wide. Momma s getting up Iii alter much More of the same Type a humor which received thunderous laughter the Veteran of 24 years Iii aus tin became very serious i m not while said. A you re agriculture and i m your servant. He said agriculture pre Aine Tion is a major Facto in world peace. I Trust dial we will share our food production with the rest of the world rather than using it simply As a political White said he described the ability it the american funnel As hic a envy of the world a a we can not sit Back of. A i record of production and say to the rest of the world we have plenty of food a too wad about Vou White of i Cross town ene Mies merge to help stricken girl Memphis. Tenn. A two High schools have put aside a traditional rivalry in the name of Romance. They have United to help Jan House 19. A graduate of Horn Lake High school and tier husband Jack. 21. A graduate of rival Hernando High. When the couple married on Jan 19. They both got kidded in 11lends about a marrying into the enemy Jan had lust completed training As a licensed practical nurse and Jack was planning a College career they went to Florida for a few Days of honeymooning and were Back about a week when Jan became ill. Lier problem was diagnosed by Memphis doctors As acute Lymphocyte in leukaemia a Dis ease that normally strikes children. Jan was in a Memphis has Pital for 28 Days and has let Een going Back for therapy twice weekly since her discharge. Her physician. Or. Charles Neely says she is responding Well though the two year therapy regime has just started. Both schools have begun fund raising projects to help their former classmates a they be raised already a said Horn i Ake principal Jimmy i Johnston. A they be Bael a Spring football game and will donate the proceeds. They be been Selling Candy and now they re planning a variety show to raise Hernando is organizing a pouter puff Benet it football game. Principal t e. Long said tit received i wettin Hun Horn like telling what was being done and read it of a the Public address system asking his pupils to come up with help. A there has always been tins tremendous rivalry Between these two schools but that really has been put aside while we work together to help these people Johnston said we adopt this at nude we will bring ruin upon ourselves a White urged a better understanding by the consumer for the Farmer a the has Many problems his willingness to produce will depend on How the Consumers White said the two most important things ate the ability to produce and the ability to govern Ourse is. Whit e received a standing ovation from the Large crowd of which there were Many who had known him when Fie was campaigning 24 years see Wuu i1% Iga cd. 4 inside to Daytha girls invade City there was not doubt of the strength of future homemakers j America saturday As 1,200 teen overs gathered in the civic Center far a it area in meeting Fqy 2a do Ess fab Ana Hie military in Gene ii Are experiencing c pm St. Ion shortage v i i i to r \ editor Steve Monk i aks it the Situa tif n in Fust of a two part series. Pm i 7a, it r if the Green thumbs if the big country the reporter news offers its annual Spring gardening Section Toda. Section f. Abilene eve is Calendar 10a amusement 1-4b Austin notebook a Berry s world 4a big country Calendar Tia books 4b Bride 11 a business news 6-8c classified 9-16c crossword Puzzle a editorials 4a form news 23a Garden Section 1-1 6f Horoscope 9a Hospital patient 14a Jumble Puzzle 9a markets 6-8c obituaries 12a Oil 22a recordings 4b so Tinq the scene in sports 1-6.16c Czas 24a this week in West teos 20a to your Good health Joa today in history 14a to Tab i 16e women s news 1-12dahs issues brought out Board candidates by Gary Baldridge reporter new staff writer what started out As an uncomplicated routine school Oard race with All three incumbents quietly seeking inaction has developed into hat May be this districts arrest free for All election ver. Participation this year is wife what it has Xen in any election for the past 12 years. My Veteran school adminis tutors with More than 20interpretive years experience cannot remember Ever having a ballot Sheet As Long. Seventeen persons i one Lewis Conway withdrew Laten filed for the three spots on the april 6 ballot before the wednesday deadline. In a time when most elections Are turning people off who does the Abilene ind Epen let school districts trustee election draw so much interest issues sometimes pushed aside in a shoving match Between two or three personalities obviously have motivated a Large number of candidates. And Abilene High school for More reasons than one stands out As the focal Point for the views of most Issue oriented candidates. On one hand the race related friction at has several weeks ago and the subsequent administrative actions have apparently brought a number of otherwise reluctant candidates into the Arena. That Rocky week precipitated a stand on the part of some citizens tor Strong disciplinary action while others called for a reevaluation of policies and programs. In another Issue a comment by Abilene High head football coach Jerry Thor in a Ilion at the time of his recent resignation has renewed debate on the athletic program. With the line dividing Between those who want a stronger football program and those who advocate beefing up the non Contact life time physical education system but to Stop there in establishing reasons tor the wide interest in this year s race would be a Gross Over simplification. There appear to be a substantial number of candidates who see this election As a Good Opportunity to do what they be put off in the past that is. They irk the Chance to serve As a member of the governing body that plays such an important role in their children s lives. It happened that All these factors and others erne god of 1 re emerged 1 at a time when the biennial elections came up again. In March i reporter news sports writer Art Lawler presented an interview wit ii the departing Jerry Thormahlen. The Story contained several candid remarks which perhaps characterize the discontent of tho e who advocate a stronger football program. I i hink time said ten the jux Ople of Abl Idle to decide on the Type ath see i Risteen by Isa i cd i

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