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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Abilene, Texas The weather Abilene and area . Department of Commerce add Tonj weather service Abilene and Vicinity 40-Miie radius a mostly Cloudy and Cool sunday through monday Chance of or heavy thunderstorms and locally la Way it ill Munday. Souther Teri 5 2mpf\ becoming it northwesterly late sunday. High sunday in mid u v a Vav sunday night in upper 40s non y a mid 0s probability of no Ahi we per cent Sunda a and sunday lakes warnings continue on area temperatures sat. . 69 Sot. Am. By. 666565 6666 656565 66 69 69 too 2 00 3 00 4 too 5 00 6 co 7 00 8 of 9 of 10 of 11 of12 of _ Ujj ,7and of tor 24 hours ending 9 77 and 65. And 9m and ,0w Sam de last veal 51 Sunset last night 7 42 Sunrise today / ii Sunset tonight 7 43. Barometer Reading at to pm 28 04 humidity at to . 66 per cent. Texas forecasts North Central and Northeast Texas heavy ram Central and West sunday May produce Flash flooding turning colder sunday. Clearing and colder sunday night for and Cool monday. High sunday 45 Northwest to 75 Southeast. Low sunday night 35 to 47. High monday 50 to 62 South Central and Southeast Texas it considerable cloudiness with a Chance of Bowers and a few thundershowers sunday end sunday night. Partly Cloudy and a Little cooler re sections monday. High sunday 7? Northwest to 85 Southeast. Low sunday night 58 Northwest to 68 Southeast. High monday 68 Northwest to 82 Southeast coast southeasterly winds 12 to 2? knot and Gusty sunday shifting to Westerly sunday night. Widely scattered showers and Lew thundershowers becoming More numerous sunday ending sunday night Northwestern and Southwest Texas of a Avonel showers and thunderstorms mainly cast it the Pecos sunday. Snow mixed with ram Western Panhandle sunday morning turning colder North and cooler thu re of South through sunday night Windy North sunday. Scattered showers mainly North portion sunday night. De creasing cloudiness and warmer North partly Cloudy and mild South monday h a sunday Low 40s Panhandle to Low 70< oath Low sundry night Midex Panton. Nah Tov Oulu a h a Hess Wonc a 50 Ai i by extended Outlook album que or Ith Central and Southeast Texas Amarillo Poi by Cloudy and warm tuesday through Neh ram t mrs Doy High in the 70s and 80s Low in a a no nordic the 5cs cd 60s up Villa n for est and Southwest teos Parl y Cloudy tuesday through thursday widely Atlanta but Erel shown s tuesday end Widnes air Miruch pm Ray late temperature change Tow rear a Mlin in Toltl 4 Orth to mid sos South highs mostly in Bismarck it r a. North to mid 70s South North Central and Northeast Texas Boise portly Molly and above seasonal Normal Ito erasures tuesday through thursday Ruston hah mostly in the 70s. Low Ros to upper Buffalo Texas thermometer Charleston by i he associated press Charlotte saturdays Cloud cover a wire Petiote sat Iona. Taint sick showers 222 e2 if a to at Tim 41 for Casl he pm thew High temperature a ii it designer net i kit Felt cd no a Lesel Nunn today a forecast a were phone weather elsewhere by the associated press Lohi or. Chicago Abilene 65 77 Cincinnati Alice 71 85 Cleveland Alpine 48 80 Des Moines Amarillo 39 67 .22 Detroit Austin 70 82 Duluth Beaumont 67 78 .01 Fairbanks Brownsville 72 84 Green Bay Childress 59 76 .25 Helena College station 70 s3 Honolulu Corpus Christi 72 77 and a ohs it Ottilla 71 St jacks Ville Dalhart 34 52 .37 Kansas City Dallas a 78 .04 Las vegas Del Rio 67 77 Iii Little Rock i i paso 41 72 lox Angeles fort Worth of 79 i us in lilt Galveston 66 71 Marquette Houston 69 74 of Memphis Longview 67 79 .01 Miami Lubbock 63 i f Milwaukee Lufkin 69 81 .09 i Pis St p. Maria 38 78 new York Mcallen 72 85 okla. City Midland 60 83 Orlando Mineral Wells 65 80 Philada phia Palacios 70 79 Phoenix san Angelo fit 73 Pittsburgh san Antonio 70 83 p land Ore. Shreveport la. 63 86 hand me. Texarkana m m rapid City Tyler 68 79 Reno \ cub i a 72 82 Richmond w a co 69 78 .1 3 St. Louis Wichita Falls 65 81 Salt Lake Hilo pre Tolk 33 26 .01 a Dye 70 40 in 67 39 .22 in 21 8 Clr 80 43 cd 84 53 Edy 86 51 cd 40 19 Clr 40 22 cd 33 30 .01 in 43 29 .06 cd 84 62 Clr 83 53 cd 47 40 .15 cd 73 56 cd 67 39 .30 Cdr 56 42 .06 cd 48 33 .33 cd 36 28 cd -8 �?�37 Cir 43 32 of cd 31 13 Clr 82 69 Cdv 71 63 .02 cd 88 57 cd 71 48 in 63 36 Clr 80 63 in 60 44 cd 75 62 Ltd 36 22 .02 Clr 80 63 in 77 71 cdx 45 36 .07 cd 44 34 Edy 38 34 .37 Cli 77 63 .56 in 87 60 do 40 37 .21 cd 58 h .28 cd 75 46 1.03 cd 58 43 .03 in 32 23 Cdv 46 21 cd 55 25 cd .58 44 cd 75 6 1 .20 in 52 31 Clr san Diego 60 48 .05 cd san fran 57 44 cd i Seattle 51 44 .68 in of a Spokane 49 27 cd i Tampa 83 67 cd i Washington 49 42 cd can Adi an c Hie is a Edmonton 14 -14 cd a Montreal 26 18 cd a Toronto 32 28 .15 cd Winnipeg 20 9 .03 Clr Cha chapter will assist dystrophy drive Brownwood rns Early chapter of future homemakers of America will participate in a shamrocks for dystrophy week through Friday. Early mayor David l. Taylor has proclaimed the week in the City. He urged cooperation with the Fhay ers when they ask to place Money cans and materials in stores. The containers Are made available for anyone who wants to contribute to the cause. A door to door drive in Early will be conducted by the girls thursday. Renea Lindley third vice president of the Early Cha chapter is drive chairman and Lucinda Lee second vice president is a committee member. Others participating in the drive Are Kathy Bishop. Sue Cox Karen Banshee. Rhonda Gordon Terri Lancaster. Be ski Mcculloch Teresa Smith and Janet Walden. Rule variety show Rule for n s it h e Rule recreation club will Host a variety show on Friday at 7 30 . In the school auditorium. Admission will be $1 for adults and 50 cents for students. Several area and local Musi action of the club. The Abilene reporter news Abilene Texas sunday morning. March to. 1974 listening Over 1,200 students gathered saturday at the Abilene civic Center As a part of the area i future homemakers of America convention. Local representatives pictured left to right Are Esther Ruiz Susan Creed. Karen Thomas anti Tammy Haskins All of Mann or. High school Mona Ashford of Lincoln or. High school Lynda Wright Tami Williams and Anne Owens also of Manti. Istatt photo by John Best Brown county permit hearing to be april 30 reporter news Austin Bureau a t i n the water rights commission has set a hearing for to . April 30 on the application of Seale t. Cut birth for a permit to divert and use 150 acre feet of w Ater annually from a 173-acre-foot Reservoir to irrigate 50 acres of land in Brown county. The soil conservation service Reservoir is located on Terrapin Creek a tributary of Indian Creek a Colorado River tributary. Anyone wishing to oppose the application should file written protest with the arc in Austin at least five Days prior to the hearing which will be in the St Phon f Austin state office building Heie in other action the arc reset ted an application by. J. Morgan for a permit to divert and use 124 acre Teet of water annually from fish and Valley creeks tributaries of the Colorado River to irrigate 62 acres of land in Runnels county. Ski report of Xvi p. Colo. Api a Colorado ski f country Usa report the follow ing Condi flog at major ski a Cox saturday a 8a�> 7 depth c new Snow packed to a Der Auiona Hoe in att no report Aspen Mountain no report a re Buttermilk no report a Are High lands 56 depth q new Snow. Bai a packed As pen Snow Noss no report ii Mckenr Ftfe so depth 0 new mow parked powder ski Broadmoor to depth 0 new Snow hard pm car i t of see Mountain 64 depth 0 new Snow he cd packed in ted Butte 54 depth 0 new Snow pocked powder Geneva Bax in 45 depth t new Snow pie red powder hidden 46 depth 0 new , pricked powder a id lev. Id 62 depth 0 new Stow pocked powder Keystone 54 depth 0 new Snow pecked powder Toke Ltd Ora 46 depth 0 hew Snow hard picked i Ove Kwid 58 depth 0 new Snow pocked put Der Monarch 60 depth t new Snow packed powder pc widerhorn 57 depth 0 new Snow a red powder Purgatory St re Fath 4 new Snow. Powder Powderhorn 57 depth 0 new Snow packed powder Stagecoach no report Steamboat 72 depth. 0 new Snow Hord packed sunlight 4/ depth 0 new Snow powder Telluride 52 depth 0 new Snow packed Vail 61 depth 0 new Snow. Powder Winier f Ork by depth 0 new Snow packed powder Wolf Creek 65 depth 6 new Snow pow Der weekend areas Berthoud no report ski Cooper 40 depth 0 new Snow pow Der pikes Peak no report Marble 49 depth. 0 new Snow powder Squaw to x 3/ depth 0 new Snow packed powder new Snow refers to snowfall in the past 24 hours. To Trace i Tass ii t out Erie Ina Alln rather inn Elm ter ret for la int in Iii string. On the left. A fit table trendier Desman a \ nut hem it Iii Tun \ Rind it Lite polka dots helped Hill kith tit i \ Patent no Stis i be lets and rial \ hut torn h Midi Quot i the front. Sizes to a i j. S 71. On the Emht. Horn Juli de Ruma another Al a rather Stile of Iino Ester a till lie hell Arni hidden Side Poi lets. In inn sizes of Ai in or Treyann re on a r of Shu. I rom Honan a handsome Tole hag in it Lute to re calf kith mite trim $20. On the fashion floor two boy boutique first floor Bicentennial meeting planned in Ballinger Ballinger rns a Community wide Bicentennial meeting will be held on March is. At 7 . In the Ballinger Community Cinter with mrs Kaye Virginia Allen of Temple As speaker. Mrs. Allen is Texas Bicentennial commissioner and in her talk she will give the most significant and i in p o r t a n t items for the Community to observe Lur the Basic guidelines for establishing a Bicentennial planning. She will speak in How the City will include at least one project of a permanent nature in their planning. Mrs. Allen serves As goals and projects chairman tor Temple Bicentennial commission. She is involved in the planning for Bell county Bicentennial. And has attended a National Abby workshop in Washington. . Mrs. Allen was named a outstand no Iti zen of the year by the Temple Junior chamber of Commerce Al an awards banquet in 1973. Mrs. Allen received her b a. From the University of Texas and is now working on her m a at tile it graduate school at Austin in the Beld of civilization. Cisco pc band will perform at Wylie High the Cisco Junior College band and wrangler Belles will present a 45-minute Assembly program at Wylie High school tin w wednesday at 8 30 . The program will be a part of the two groups annual Spring tour of big country High schools. The program will consist of Light concert selections by the band numbers by the stage band and Dixi handers and dance routines by the wrangler Belles. The Belles performances will be both in special costumes and in their regulation uniforms. The general Public is invited to attend the show and there will be no charge for admission. The Tours schedule will be monday Coleman High school Brownwood senior High school Cross Plains High school tuesday Moran High school Breckenridge Hill school Jacksboro High school wednesday Wylie High school. Robert Lee High school Lake View High school san Angelo. San Horan carpet Carmi Sau All this Wiik tit v clock rn-1050_ Cushion is a Spectator sport by Yanli. $29. Slip into a no in Ai u a pump by i an Hil Moose from it lot com tuts of min a Hilt or Rhrou n a flite. In set on a stacked u nod a rat net i Heel. Shoe Salon fir it floor

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