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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1974, Abilene, Texas gfeilew "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron YEAH, NO. 282 PHONE B73-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79G04. TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 26, 1974 2G PAGES IN TI1HEE SECTIONS Associated I'resi (fP) Fees Can't Bar Candidates WASHINGTON (API -The Supreme! Court held loday lli.il slates may nol bar candidates from the "ballot solely because llioy cannot afford n filing Fee. The decision, invalidating California's current filing fee requirement, was out' (if three1 issued loday dealing suite election laws. Writing for Hie majority in tlie California fee case. Chiol Justice Warren E. Herger said California had chosen "In achieve the iinporlant and le- gitimate interest of maintain- ing Ihc integrity of elections by means which'operate In ex- clude some potentially serious candidates from UK- ballot wilboiil providing them with any alternative means of com- ing before the voters." Life Is Happy Despite Cancer A woman in Eulo lives a happy, energetic life in spite of cancer which has struck nol only her but al- so members of her family Slory, Pg. IB. NEWS INDEX Supreme Court Ruling "Sc'leclion o f candidates solely on Iho basis of ability In pay a fixed fee without provid- ing any alternative means is nol reasonably necessary In the accomplislimenl of tlie stale's legitimate election in- Burger .said. "Accordingly, we hold thai in the absence of reasonable alternative means of ballol ac- cess, a state may nol, consist- ent wllh constitutional stand- ards, require from an indigent candidate filing fees lie cannol pay." liergcr wrote. Slate courts had upheld tlie svstcm. All Hie justices agreed in re- versing the slate decision al- though two justices, Harry A. Illackmun and William II. lichnquisL did not go the full distance with tlie majority. Hlackmun and Kchnquisl said they fell thai a write-in provision enabling indigenls lo run for office would be suffi- cient lo preserve ttie Califor- nia .system. House Lawyers Given Satchel, Jury Report v. 8A Exchange Mirror Classified Comics 8A bB 4A Enjoying a reunion after three the two did become good 7 A are Cooper senior Marianne the Cooper Exchange Club's visit Pclicnls Gbiruaries 6B ?A left, and Sue Sherjanl, one of tin: 31 in December. The girls 3C change students from Wyandotle, did many of the other students from Your Good 6A who arrived in Abilene Tuesday. after the Michigan student slopped Leg TV Seoul 8C 8C though Sue is not Marianne's bus Monday. (Staff Photo Ijy Don 3D By EIJ.IE RUCKER Need for Sidewalks Claimed Near Crockett Q. Why liasn't Ihe cily provided a sidewalk along S. Willis north of Cruck- clt school where young children niiisl walk lu and1 from school? They have In walk in the busy sired ami when il rains a (rcncli of water runs across S. Willis ill S. ll'lli (hilt even cars have a hard lime gelling through. can he done'.' A. Nothing, unless properly owners on S. Willis decide they want to pul in sidewalks. If don't want lo, Ihe city can't force them. Pedestrian lanes have been painted on sonic streets near Crockett bill since Willis is so narrow, there's no room for safety lanes. (I Is RIs Spring on the high plains or Ilic plaleau? Going nn Highway SO lo Odessa, where do yon go on Ihe high plains? A. The town of ISig Spring straddles bolli, says Big Spring Herald Editor Joe Pickle. On tile sonlli edge of lown is llic beginning of Ihe Kdwards pliilean so on Highway isO you'll first Imich Ihe high plains (Llano. Kslacado or Cap Hock) at Big Spring. Where in tlie Bible is the verse, "God works In a mysterious way His wbiilfcrs lo A. It's not in the Bible bill in William Cowper's poem ''Light -Shining out of Dark- ness." It reads in part, "God moves in a mysterious way His wonders In perform; lie plnnls His foolslep in the sea and rides upon Ihe storm." Q. Is Barbara IVallcrs on Ihc "Today" show Ihc daughter of Waller anil how old is she? A. Barbara Walters was born in J031 and her fallicr is Lcn Wallers. Q. Whal kind of container do the cre- matoriums in Texas for crcina- lion? What might one anticipate Ihc al- lendcnt costs lo lie for a cremation if Hie ashes arc scattered in some rural selling? A. The nearest crematorium, C.rceiuuinil Memorial Park in Fort Worth, accepts boil- ies only in a container designated as a casket. A shipping case will suffice if it has handles and a lid thai opens and closes. Scattering ashes yourself won't cost a nickel but Ihe hilch is the remains must be han- dled by a licensed funeral director. His fee will include preparation of Ihe body, death certificates and various other paper work" rGmtircd by slate law. llcmembcr, ino, the cost of transporting the budy lo trie crematorium. Any funeral director can tell you about cremation. Address (o Action Line, 30, Abilene, Texas 73lifJl. Names will nol lie used bnl questions inns! be signed and addresses given. Please inclitt'fc tel- ephone numbers if possible. February in Britain Worst Trade Deficit in History LONDON' (AP) Britain suffered its worst monthly Irade deficit-in its history dur- ing February, the government announced loday. The Department of Trade said Ihe country lost million in its trade with Ihe rest of Ihe world last month. The previous worst deficit was recorded in January, when the government an- nounced a trade loss of million dollars. The government blamed the unprecedented trade loss of the past two months on two key factors; the short work week their in force, and Ihc recent increases in Arab oil prices. The former Conservative-' government put industry on a Bsroelis to Seek Oil Near Dead Sea TEI, AVIV Europe- an and Israeli companies are planning a imiltiinillion dollar search for oil in Ihe dcscrl near the Dead Sea, the de- veloper of Israeli's first oil wi'l! announced loday. Drilling might begin within six months. The Finance Ministry out- lined a 530 million drilling and research program for this year's budget, in view or the world energy crisis. It said several investors were expecl- ed lo begin talks Wednesday on Ihe five-year exploralion project. Geological evidence snowed that the Dead Sea area '''must have been an oil bearing area long ago." said Yckulie] Fed- ermann an Israeli hole] exocu- livc whose firm is organizing Ihe fuel search. He added that Ihe under- ground oilfields of the Middle Kasl were almost certain lo run under (he Jewish slate be- cause "God cannol have'given all the oil to our neighbors." Federinann nor the finance Ministry would identi- fy Ihe prospective European investors, but Federmann said in an inlerview lhal Ihe pro- posed consortium represented interests in the Netherlands, West Germany, Switzerland, Hrilain and Belgium. Israel produces little fuel within ils own borders, and relies on the captured tian oilfields at Abu Rudeis in Ihc Gulf of Suez for more-than 50 per cent of its needs. Fires have been blazing in three offshore wells there since the beginning of Janu- ary. Unofficial estimates put revenue losses because of Hie fires at nearly a day, and officials said foreign ex- perls would begin work later this week to extinguish them. They were started by a stray Hawk missile. Aside from Ihe Abu Hudcis complex, taken from Egypt in the 1967 war, Israel has only Iwo small oilfields of ils own. Past oil exploration in Israel has netted only about mil- lion. In a development, refinery officials reported Monday that million would he spent in Ihe next four years lo expand Israel's refining capacity and petro- chemical industries. three-day work week Uisl Dec. Ill lo .save fuel. At Ihe lime, a national miners' strike threat- ened lo choke off Ihe nation's coal-fueled electricity s u p- plies. The strike was settled in March after the Labor govern- ment won Feb. 28 elections. Lost export orders from the. three-day week had been cx- peclcd lo produce a large Irade deficit. The government said oil im- ports cost Britain throe, limes more last inonlh than (hey did a year ago. Tlie nation im- ports some 80 per cent of its oil and Ihis too had a key effecl on the poor trade fig- ures. There was no immediate re- action in financial markets to the trade figures. Investors appeared to he waiting for predictions were iorlhcoming Tuesday. Forecasters are al.so uatching the formation of another cold front to the north, which could reach the- area by the weekend if conditions permit, O'Bryant WEATHER DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE No lie rial Weaihfr Service (Wcalhtr Wnp, Pa. tB) ABILENE AND VICINITY [10-miie rad ius) Moilly ctourV orrl v.urmci loclay. Par IJy cloudy lonlcjM cind Wednesday, I y wirds 10 lo M mph. H'QM lodflv ncflr- 70. in ITcjri and toil- Icr 3-1 Scours fuclirg 1 7 .14; sunner loniglil. 7 ant ;