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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 15, 1970, Abilene, Texas H\)t Abilene Reporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"- -Byron 89TH VEAR, NO. 270 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 15, 1970 EIGHTY-TWO PAGES IN EIGHT SECTIONS 10c DAILY—20c SUNDAY A**orintpd Prrts (ZP) Red Troops Ignore Cambodia Demand MOSCOW (AP) — Prince No- hi, in a dispatch from Phnom Phnom Penh Wednesday, rodom Sihanouk, Cambodia’s Ppnh sajd sundae there were chief of stale, met two of the pn    |hp    fin    (|m)    or Rn Nnrth Kremlin Rig Three Saturday to .. seek Soviet help in curbing the    ^ ietnamese    and    ie    ong activities of North Vietnamese    troops in t ambodia    were    wetl and A lot Cong troops in his drawing, country. And there was nothing to indi- The meeting came a day after disclosure that the government    Y'”    ... ,,, m n u r* u -    they rlidn t in Phnom Penh, ( ambodia s    , • capital, had told North Viet- 1 n sa*‘‘ namese and Viol Cong troops to Sihanouk had what was of fi xate what Cambodia might do if the government Most influential Petite New York psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers talks with Ens Ritchie, public relations director at Cisco Junior Coliege, after she arrived in Abilene Saturday afternoon. Dr. Brothers, recently voted one of the nation's ten most influential women, was the' final speaker Saturday night in the Cisco Junior College Current Affairs Series. (Staff Photo) Dr, Joyce Brothers Gives Quiz to Cisco Audience get nut of the nation's border regions bv dawn Sunday. The Japanese newspaper Asa Two Killed In Wreck Near Winters dally described as a “sincere and friendly’’ conversation with Premier Alexei N. Kosygin and President Nikolai V. Podgorny The third Kremlin leader, Communist party chief Leonid I. Brezhnev, is in Byelorussia watching Red army maneuvers. Several hours after Sihan- get out of Cambodia Hanoi nev*[ Cambodia’s National Assenter has admitted its troops are bls added its official voire of The official news agency Tass there.    approval to the demonstrations published a Hanoi editorial ae- The Viol Cong radio described and condemned North \ietnam rosing right-wing elements of ’bp attacks on the trying to force Cambodia Into the and olher demonstrations as “American camp’’ and pro- "some incidents caused by sab- Thus Sihanouk's mission to claimed that “militant solidari- oteurs in some places in (’ambo- (hp Kremlin comes at a delicate tv between the peoples of Viet-jdia' that “only served the inter- time Tass said of Sihanouk s nam an ('ambodia must be pre- psts °f ,bp * n!,rd States.” It ton meetings with Kosygin and Pod served.’’ Tass reprinted in full called for better \ ietnamese- gorrn that the\ discussed the lengthy appeal from North Cambodian relations.    strengthening Soviet Cambodian Vietnam’s * communist    newspa    relations and “a number    of in- per Khan Pan.    What    neither North    Vietnam    ternational problems. nor the    Viet (’ong said    was that the sackings of the embassies Before leaving Paris, whelp and other demonstrations were ^ Cllt short a vacation, Sihan-hv Cambodians protesting the 0„^ announced he planned to presence of North Vietnamese as|< the Russians and the Red and Viet Cong troops on Cambo- chinese for help in halting North Vietnamese and Viet The Cambodian government Cong infiltration of Cambodia. embassies find the \ ie! ( ong for \ inlaying demonstrations as ^ ambodian neutrality Hanoi radio said the Norlh Vietnamese charge d'affairs in Phnom Penh, Tran Van Door, had suggested to Cambodian foreign ministry that the two nations meet Sunday to settle    c'j their strained relations. ouk’s Kremlin meeting, the gov- The broadcast said Dime told in notes to the North Viet- Wh|jp blaming “leftists for eminent newspaper Izvestia de- the Cambodians North V ietnam namese and Viet (’ong embassies thm ]nterfprpnce m the internal affairs of my country,” Sihan- WI NTE RS i RNN i \ Roscoe boy and a passenger in his car wore killed and a Stephenville man injured in a car-truck collision ahout IO: JO a.m. Saturday 20 mules north of Winters. nounced what it called the “has always been and will a1- j expressing regrets for the at-“carcfully prepared hooligan ways be desirous” of maintain tacks said they only reflected actions” of Cambodians who mg good relations. It said noth- the exasperation of the people sacked the Viet Cong and North mg of the Cambodian demand with the occupation of Cambo-Vietnamese embassies in that North V ietnamese troops dia’s soil. NEW TERROR EXPECTED B\ DI B \1\SON Reporter-Ncws staff Writer CISCO — Dr. Jo\eo Brother'’ conducted a “quiz show” Saturday nigh' for a large crowd attending the 1969-70 ("Leo Junor College Current Affairs Series. The doctor, a noted New York psychologist, set the stage by citing several trails by which a person can determine the said “Reactions may he displayed bv a man who drum' his pencil on his dp'k. shuffles papers, or smokes rapidly.    This means he is nervous,    annoyed o r disinterested,” she said. “A woman may bhisti, si red a napkin or actually want to get up and leave,    hut will still remain beeau'O of politeness,' attitude or reaction to another and these sign . a'well as those person in her talk she titled. „f the man are indicating a ‘I/we 1970 ”    negative attitude toward you,” ‘‘There    are    several    the doctor said. mannerisms    and    attitudes    a She related    a stop ahold person can watch for, because Cassanova, who was said to any emotional phase presents have walked through a room in some definite reactions,’’ she uhu h a number of women were gathered, When he    ~ make a conquest he would ^OS('oe* (Inver of a 1969    s NIGON (AP) —    Three    night, hut    no other damage was    base    of    the    I    S.    101st    Airborne lightlv touch each appealing GldsmobiL and Danny Vdrian    bombs exploded in Saigon Sat-    reported in the    building, a com-    Division    in    the    far    north    Satur woman, and he knew that those Mart*n* 20 • nf Sudan, a    Urday, five days after    officials who blushed and trembled were passenger ,n tbr.' ar- killed    predicted an increase    in Viol    jnrjU(jjn„    those    of The Assedat wanted to Ronnie Richard Brown, driver of a 20, of 1909 Bombs Explode in Saigon in the building, a com- Division plex of apartments and offices, day ready for conquest. She then posed three test to U.S. officials reported that de in the accident.    Both were    texas    cong terrorist attacks in the nd Tech students.    (    capital in order to create “an ii-    cd    Press and the    National    Spde    gj7e nj. asked the audience to write Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. lesion of strength. ’    Broadcasting Co.    (’amp    Eagle    was down true or false.    Adrian Martin,    was pronounced    Only one of the bombings was Th* first lest con si'ted of six    dead at the scene    by Justice    of    deadly A South Vietnamese ci-    About three hours    earlier, two    were reported. quest ems, the second four and    the Peace R.    IL    Buchanan    of    vilian was killed and five were    terrorists on    a motorbike hurled    It was the    first rocket the third 15. the first and third    Merkel.    wounded when a bomb exploded    an explosive    charge    into a park-    on the camp    since Dec. 6. ^rs outside the administrative head- jot ab0U{ a nli|e from Phu „    quarters of the Saigon’s 3rd    ....    .in-    . u i    I 2:40 X .    h    I    ho race track. Two motorbikes were damaged hut there were ouk diplomatically added: “Wp are also being attacked by an opposition of the right.” The prince has good relations with I he Soviet I'mon, His son, Prince Norodom Nanndrapong, attends a Moscow hoarding school. At the same time, Sihan ouk finds himself complaining about two other Kremlin allies, North Vietnam and the Viet Cong. The ambassadors of the Viet Cong and North V ietnamese em hassles were on hand to greet Sihanouk at Moscow's Shereme tievo Airport when he arrived thr rockets, Friday. It is not known if he has only lightly mfq uith them since. no casualties Sihanouk also was greeted by Chan D e h -c h u n. charge attack d’affaires of the Red Chinese Embassy. tests were true and false. Answers will be found at end of story. Answer true or false: I, Opposites attract. 2 Ii is best to marry someone just like you. Brown, son of Richard Brown, Mr. and died at p.m. rn Hendrick Memorial *rotm(*• Hospital where he was taken bv Officials said the Vie) ( ong Spill Ambulance of Winters. ' P,antpd the Plastic bo"lb in a flower pot outside the precinct Hie students were en route to headquarters building, Th; Massive Boycott Chicano Foretold no casualties. Police said one of the terrorists was captured. There have been two other 3. The scientific approach Brownwood for a wedding when    p]ast pjeu ouj part 0j-    Pie    bombings of major downtown ruiner than sentiment is best their car was in collision with a    m ,-s fron{ uaj]    buddings in Saigon so far    this toward making a marriage. Milk Produm-s. Inc. truck at q j1c secorKJ most destructive -vear- one xvas killed hut 4, Doing too far before the intersection of Highway 277    bombing wrecked    the    interior    of    ,brpe Sou,h Vietnamese and    two marriage destroys love and and Farm to Market road 53.    an empty movie    theater    in    a    Americans were injured. Driver of the truck, Houston five-story Kden building in Last week official sources Bv TOM KERSHAW Reporter News Staff Writer The Southwest is facing a revolution by Mexican Amen cans, Lubbock attorney Mark Smith has told I S. congressmen in Washington "I told them that Mexican-Americans in Abilene, Rotan. Lamesa, Lubbock. Crystal City and throughout West Texas and ||Va,m0 the rest of the state are at the boiling point. I nloss some efforts are made. to understand these people there may be a revolution. “No Chicano students will he going to school this September unless some changes are made," he said ho told congressmen. Smith, who told of his testimonv in a telephone lntor- the boycott of Abilene jinpq (>n q PlJ( your name in the Patrolman bv Mexican-Amencan Civil Liberties I mon cases before, but became connected with MAI 1> itself during mnc-day schools students last October. Parlier this year lie was 'iimmoned to Rotan to speak with Mexican-American residents concerning alleged unfair nt of Mexican Americans in the schools there Ile said main grievances by Mexican-Americans in West Texas as well as throughout the Southwest were basically the same. “We don’t want the kids punished for speaking Spanish. We don’t want discriminatory abuse of Mexican-Americans. we want them to be treated the respect of man 5 The woman wears the pants and the men lot her. ti. It s better to study her mother-in-law when selecting your wife. In the second test, take a piece of paper and draw four Chance, 62. of Stephenville was downtown Saigon. There were said taken bv Spill Ambulance to no casualties but people in the Vie! they expected increased Cong terrorist attacks Demos Belittle Nixon Message WASHINGTON iAP> — Aver- program of action to deal with ell Harriman, delivering the them Hendrick Memorial Hospital street began running in confu against US where he was in satisfactory sion at tbp sound of the blast. buildings, condition Saturday night. * The explosion jarred down- They said According to H and government    Party's    reply    lo President Nixon’s Feb. 18 State “Thr report,” Harriman said s filled with unstinting self lion, °f *be World message, described PIalse f°r ab kinds of firs.s mein-    new’ gh w a v ,own SaiS°n sbort,y before mid-1gence reports that the U.S. Em-    y    lions’: thee had ii ‘new’ departures and ‘innova Byron Deal, the first section, spouse’s name in Oldsmobile was south bound on second, first great love in third EM 53 and the milk truck was sec tion and fourth a boy or girl oast hound on Highway 277 when who lived next door, not the accident occurred, necessai lly geogi aphie.    Both    vehicles were “extremely Quickly writedown IO traits of heavily damaged.” Deal said. each of the four names. nPaj an{| Patrolman Gary Compare the answers as to the williams investigated    t he view to The Reporter News n om same as everyone else. We want jus Washington, D C . hotel room Friday night, said he and other representatives of Mexican-Americans throughout the Southwest had just complied testimony before various committees Smith said he met with Sens. Edward Kennedy, Jacob Javits and Joseph Montoya and members of a presidential committee on Spanish speaking people. He said representatives from other states, including California, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado, reported about courses in Mexican culture initiated in the schools, and we want more Mexican-Americans hired to teach,” he said. characteristics of those written down and the sections with the similar answers would ho the worst choice, and the ones wilh Hie opposites would he best — because opposites do make the bort mates. Answer true or false: 1. Most arguments are stalled by the wife. 2. Dining out, mon prefer standard meals, women exotic food. 3. Women are more cheerful Turn to BROTHERS, Bg. 2 A accident. Funeral for Brown is pending at Pattorson-McCoy Funeral Home in Roscoe. Brown was horn June 8. 1949, in Loraine and was a junior arts . nd science major at Texas Tech. He was a graduate of Sudan High School. Survivors include his parents of Roscoe:    two sisters, Ian Brown and Pax Brown, both of the home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Brown of Silverton. NEWS INDEX Abilene Events    3-B Amusements    I    I    -1 3 - A Astrology    I -F Austin Notebook    6-B Berry's World    3-F Books      3-F Bridqe    2-B Business    2-B Classifieds    6-1    ID Crossroads Report    I F Crossword    3-B Doctors' Mail Box    3-B Editorials ............ 8-C Form    I2-D Hospital Patients    I    4-A Jumble    3-B Letter to Servicemen    2-B Markets    4-5-B Obituaries    2-A Oil ................ 10-A Sports    I    5-D Texas!    I B To Your Good Health    3-B TV Tab (Pullout of Sect. B> Women's News 1-7,9-14-C bassy, the Presidential Palace, capital military district and national police headquarters were among the Viet Cong targets. 0,1 the fighting front, enemy rockets struck the headquarters momzing .. . empty phrases ... generalities.” At the same time, Harriman “—The Nixon administration proclaims an ‘era of negotia .    •• .    .    .    ,. . ,. tions’, disregarding the fact that described as deeply disturbing ,h has bepn sh nf the Nixon administrationis re- negotiBtions r(H.ent „,ar, anri featly announce plan In deploy ,ha, havp bwn slgnificanl Gunship Fires into U.S. Troops SAIGON ( AP) — An Amerii-can helicopter gunship accidentally fired several rockets into the middle of a group of U.S in June the MTRX7 missile—Mul- agreements achieved, including Sd€ntly-Targeted    ^ limited test-ban treaty, ihe ( e'    outlawing of automatic weapons I ins    decision invites reeipro-    m fMJ|Pr space and nuclear non- cal escalation instead of mutual    proliferation restraint in Hie nuclear arms    “—Two decades after the lace, the veteran I .S. diplo- Marshall plan self help and mu   mal sa,d- ll "’’ll make it far mal assistance’ the guiding troops Saturday morning, kill- mn’p difficult to reach a mean- principle, the Nixon administra-ing three and wounding 19. the m^uJ gleemen! on SALI — Pon discovers ‘self help’ to be U.S. Command said Sunday. the Strategic Arms Limitations an essential ingredient in eoo-The    incident,    in    War    Zone    C    lab<s-    nomir development. 65 miles northwest of Saigon. Harriman gave ihe Democrat-    ‘—A dei ade after President was the second errant firing of 10 ParD view of Nixon s first Kennedy initiated the ‘Alliance rockets bv an AH-1 Cobra gun- Slatp of ,bp World message as fnr Progress’ we are told that ship within the past week. Three 1 'barnman^ of the Democratic the Nixon administration is the Vietnamese civilians were killed Lnlicy ( ouncil s International first to decide that ‘partnership’ and    ll    wounded    in    the    first    mis-'Affairs    < ommittee.    should be the basis of our rela hap March 8 Draft Attack Set This Week them to Services us. WASHINGTON (AP) Draft how many will participate    in going to be arrested,” Avirgan    present protesters plan demonstrations Thursday’s protests, but they said. “The government may call    Armed in more than IOO cities this have reports of planned demon- their action illegal, but what the whon it holris hearings on the to tie up the telephone system, and week focusing on what they callistations in 102 cities and say people are doing is trying to , „    ,    ,,    4    j “nonviolent, orderly civil di so- they are sure there will    be stop what is an illegality—the    d,ab> ptooa    Iv    in    Apt ii.    in    Washington,    the    sponsors ll’0 bedience.”    many more.    war    in Vietnam.”    I    The    “We Won’t Go” state- plan to carry a coffin, contain- same things ahout their areas. They say they will sit down at “It’s growing very rapidly— Antidraft week plans call for ments say: “We, the under- mg draft cards, lo the door of “We’ve been here two days thp entrances of draft-board of- every place.” Toney Avirgan, a the demonstrations and also:    signed    are high school students national draft headquarters and now. telling everybody what is f and inductions cen(ers or project director for New Mobe, -A massive mailing program ’    ,    ,    hlockine    the    door coming. The committees have^ themsejves t0 the doors said in an interview.    to overload the local draft ™fwdl f0 )n    fTm 1h< ^ v' un' ' ’ia7‘ s ?dgown too responded by saying they ate nex< 'pylursday and expect to he    hoards with information from draR- believing thai the United    -I going to make recommendations aiTpslod They do not plan to Suggestions and advice    on Hie registrants and “hog them    States is    waging    an    unjust war W here    necessary,    they    said, to Nixon.    force entry to offices or to de- demonstr “They know all about Abilene, sP-oy records.    civil d Rotan and the other places now. q^p Call for antidraft week when about that kinds of things have March 16-22 went out from the from the cluttered    set of offices    therefore    declare our determi- been taking place there. Now it j^ew Mobilization Committee to that is New Mobe    headquarters    —Circulation    of    “We    Won’t    naP()n j0 refuse induction    as is up to them to do something gnd the War in Vietnam, the in an old building    in downtown    Go” statements    in    high schools    |ont, as    tile United States about it,” he    added.    group that    organized massive    Washington.    and also high school assemblies    fighting in Vietnam.” “In fact,    we’re asking    the    antiwar demonstrations    last In some places    there may    he    for counseling on the draft Justice Department    in    parti-    fall.    only five pickets,    Avirgan said. —Guerrilla theater, such as    a    Vi    .. .    ..    . in    its flyer    says “Confront    the    but there will be    thousands    in    specter of death—a youth    in    ‘J vv    .j 0    ’a (    1    M " ' n|>1( s( Draft ... Report to the Draft others. Sponsors expect from long black robes and hood- sit-    ■, ,n,.tn?a( s. ]? a ,nu. Smith testified at tho meetings Board March 19.” They hope to 4,000 to 7,000 here    for a rally on    ting in the lobbies of    draft    ’;    S( 1nnJj an as    a behalf of the Mexican- report in such numbers, in per the Washington    Monument    boards.    toquess    tom o Hts. It is difficult to find in its tionship with Latin America.” 43.000 words much that adds to congressional or public under- Harriman said “more import standing of the complex interna-    tantlv, this simplistic sermon i z tional issues we lace, hp said.    lng js accompanied by bureau cratic congestion. \s a document that purprots “For page after page the re-t oho a new approach to foreign    port describes the ‘new’ ma .    policy.’ it lacks substance and    ch I nery which the Nixon admin- i    ii    ^ ndm in Ir\ inc out niRn\    isti'Rtion uupntoH to Committee phoning in with queries all    day    ^ isslJps |hKp c01intry fapps;    U?a,mn ha" (,ea,Ci ,0 han i,p fails to offer a creative the Senate some, they plan to keep iele- strations, how to organize down in their own bureaucra- in Vietnam, we cannot in good lbeNr bav0 asked for police P^11' Mos*ivwacrioudy Sw?may« isobedience and what to do cy,” Avirgan said.    conscience cooperate in any    ,0 h,d(1 a ra,1>' or a ma'Th’ KaT ntTsun^n arrested have gone out -Draft card turn-ins.    whh    the nii|itarv Wp lhe sitdowns are something ln, sunday n,qht H the i hp rhitteipd sip! of off ices    *'    a.       else.    _    south-east    in DFPARTMF.NT OF COMMERCE ESSA WEATHER BUREAU (Weather Map. Pq 7-A) ARIL F NE AND VICINITY i40-mile Confused radium Increase in cloudiness and t nd Sunday nigh* on American which he present. He was “They don’t give you a permit IS for sitting in a doorway,” Avirgan said. Each local group will he responsible for bond for those arrested and jailed In some cities, the demonstrators will refuse to accept bond, hr said. In lo son, by mail or    by telephone, as    grounds and a march to the na    The draft cards collected and    Tactics vary from city to city.    others,    the demonstrators    will at to impede the    work of draft    tional headquarters of the Soler    the “We Won’t Go” statements    In some, protesters plan to go to    remain    in jail    until    their    friends hoards.    five Service System.    will he mailed to New Mobe    the board offices Thursday to    have raised    bond    to active In American Leaders say they have no Idea| “Many people on this day are    headquarters. Leaders plan to    tie them up with queries, In    them. cular to help with our case Rotan,” he said. I/igal Defense, is “on lease” release £S?v: ^st to south east Probability of rain Monday 70 per cwt. TEMPERATURES 37    1:00 37    .    ? OO 35    3.OO 34    ..    4 OO 33    ...    5:00 31    ...    *:00 31    7    OO 33    .    P OO 38    9    TO 45    IO    OO so    11    no 53    .    12:00 Hiqh and Iou tor 34 hours ondinq p.rn : 67 and to High and low sama dale last yea* and 45 Sunset last niqht 4 46 pm sunrise 6 49 a.rn i mmsel fnmad*! 6 47 foreign affairs. “Layer upon layer of ‘planning’, ‘systematic review’, ‘analysis’, and ‘study of options’; committees within com minces; panels within panels; groups within groups. “What emerges in this pu lure: an administration that has system with substance, that has substituted in-siiqht chance for stitutiomilizpd mechanics for turmnq cooler the upper 60s creative action. ,o'Tr if' m.p.h* Harriman said “a few’ good appointments are worth a score of committees. One wise decision is worth more than a stack of studies.” On Latin America, Harriman said Nixon’s “pious preachments of ‘partnership’ mask a benign neglect' for the growing in crisis of democracy and devel-s? opment in our Hemisphere " Barometer reading at IO p m 28 7*. Humidity et IO p rn.: 63 per cent. to Europp and N VTO Har* Turn ta DEMOS, Pg, I-A ;