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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Abilene, TexasCollege scares see stories in sports Section c acc 35 Trinity 19 Tarleton 21 Mcmurry 6 . State 15 Texas penh stale 14 Baylor 37 Texas 36 2j sum 3 Arkansas Rice 20 16 Kansas 23 Oklahoma 3 Florida Georgia 10 Texas tech 34 thu 0 Ohio stale 40 Illinois 3 Stanford use 13 so Texas 381 10 Hplu 20 m r i i reporter without or with offence to friends or foes to sketch your world exactly As it 86 pages in 7 sections Abilene Texas. Sunday morning. November 35 cents Ford shakeup May backfire Bydon Mcleod a political writer Washington a president Ford in his High level shakeup this week has cleared the decks for next year s a news analysis but some question remains As to we Euler by ridding himself of some sensitive Points of embarrassment president Ford actually helped his cause. Vie president Nelson a. Rockefeller took himself out of the running for a no. 2 spot on any 1976 Ford ticket saying he wanted to spare the president partisan removed the major weapon of Ronald Reagan supporters attacking Ford from the gop right and stifled internal dissension Over such gnawing problems As Aid to new York City. Ford s announcement the same Day that he was living defense Secretary James r. Schlesinger removed a painful source of squabbling within the administration. Less Clear was the new status of Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger who was stripped of his second title As chief of the National Security Council. While Kissinger left a favorite protege at the White House he lost his own desk there and with it the ready Access to the presidential ear. The immediate effect was to make Ford look More like his own Man. At the same time Schlesinger s departure silences a Long running feud Over detente with the communist bloc which Kissinger had pushed and Ford see shakeup Back Page this Section or. Skiles gets Keeter award proud moment or Elwin l Skiles second from left president of Hardin Simmons University is presented saturday with the Keeter award the highest Honor Given annually to a former student of the University. Joining in the presentation at Behrens Chapel Are Bill Tippen Abilene attorney and member of the Hsu Board of trustees left mrs. Skiles and the Skiles daughter mrs. Grady Stevens of Austin right. Staff photo by John Best or. Elwin l. Skiles president of hardly Simmons University since 1966, was presented saturday with the Keeler award the highest Honor Given annually to a former student of the University. The award was presented during the annual Homecoming parents Day Assembly in Behrens Chapel. The award was established 32 years ago by or. And mrs. John 1. Keeter of Throop Mort ii As a memorial to their son John jr., who was killed during world War ii. The presented by Abilene . Tippen who is chairman of the Hsu Board of trustees told a surprised audience that for the first Lime since the award was established the decision of the committee was not vigorously opposed the Choice but his protest was overwhelmingly voted Tippen read in a serious tone. Tippen of course was referring to Skiles a member of the selection com Mittee. Although there is no doubt his Oppositi on was Tippen said the other members of the committee were just As sincere in their determination that in this particular year the Choice for this great Honor is obvious that no other person could even be Skiles was praised especially for his leadership in the recent capital funds Campaign which has financed several new building projects including a Library and a physical education athletic Complex. The citation related Skiles educational experiences at Simmons College Baylor University and Southern Baptist theological Seminary in Louisville and told of his pastorale in several states and his service As a Navy chaplain during world War ii. S Skiles became Hsu president in the Spring of 1966, succeeding or. James Landes. Skiles told he audience it is a tremendous Honor for me and my Skiles said he did not know the Young Man for whom the award was named but knew his father the late John Keeter. John Keeter loved this school with a Skiles said. He introduced mrs. See skills Back Page this Section chaplain music prof top Mcmurry alumni the 1975 distinguished alumni awards were presented saturday at Mcmurry College to or. Tom Greer and col. Ashley Jameson. Or. Grew 1938 Mcmurry graduate is professor of music at pan american College in Edinburg and col. Jameson a 1939 graduate is chaplain at Bergstrom fab near Austin. The awards were presented at a bar grand jury meets nov. 20 to look at Oil ring cases by robot Campbell staff writer Ballinger a Runnels county grand jury will consider indictments nov. 20 against at least nine men charged in an alleged Oil ring in Texas and Louisiana dist. Atty. Royal Hart of san Angelo Stid saturday night. Hart mid the grand jury will Convene at Runnels county courthouse at 9 , nov. 20, a thursday but probably will not return any . The 119th District attorney said the casts will presented by him Texas rangers and probably asst. Texas atty. Gen. Jerry Cir Ruth of Austin. He Iii the grand jury will hear the cases involving All nine men plus anyone that the grand jury thinks there s a Case asked How much new information might come out of the grand jury session Hart mid there May be evidence involving people that have not been filed but he would not elaborate further. Dist. Judge Curt Steib of san Angelo ordered the grand jury o Convene and presently it is scheduled to consider a total o about 30 eases Over the two Days. Most of the cases Art not related to the crude Oil thefts. Charged in the massive crude Oil theft Case Are Roy Lovenburg of Houston . Elrod of Houston Leroy Long of Houston Richard l. White of Houston Boyce Cox of see grand this Section Bette luncheon saturday at Hunt . Center on the Mcmurry Campus. Or. Thomas Kim Mcmurry president read the citation for col. Jameson calling him a chaplain on the flight line. Who relates to men of a native of Moran Jameson graduated from Mcmurry College in 1939 with a Bachelor of science degree. He attended Southern methodist University and received his Bachelor of divinity degree a he has served As command chaplain of the strategic air command at Offutt fab neb., and Hickam fab in Hawaii. Greer a native of Gustine received his Bachelor of science degree from Mcmurry in Public school music. He also has taught music at Howard Payne University and midwestern University. During his military career he was a Bondsman with the . Army band. After leaving the service he received a masters of music degree from sum. Greer has been concert master for the sum symphony Wichita Falls symphony orchestra and san Angelo symphony. In 1969, he was awarded a doctor of philosophy degree in musicology from see Mcmurry Back Page this Section acc beauties what started out As a freshman Sophomore tug of War during rivalry Day activities at Abilene Christian College saturday turned into a mud slinging free for All saturday. The result Well these two sophomores Punk Plunkett left and Sara Hufstedler Tell it All. Staff photo by Gerald Ewing Stubbeman to run again by Jerry Reed Star writer freshman state rep. David Stubbeman of Abilene said saturday he will seek another term in Austin. Legislative District 62 thus will have a two Man race in the democratic primary next May. Abilene attorney Stan Brown announced forthe Post sept. 1. Stubbeman 37, will make his formal announcement later he said. He disclosed his intention to run in a one paragraph news release. Both candidates contacted by the reporter news saturday said it is too Early to Tell what the issues in the race will of next Spring. Brown in his announcement two months ago mentioned gun control As one of the several major issues he plans to talk about during his candidacy. Stubbeman said saturday he is not vet ready to publicly declare his position on the Issue of gun control. Both they believe that constitutional revision will be dormant for a while. Stubbeman said one or two Little amendments might be passed during the next legislative term 1977-1978 and Brown mentioned the possibility of a citizen s convention to rewrite the Constitution might eventually be called. Another area of agreement was on taxes. Both said they re hoping a tax in crease can be avoided in 1977-78. But if More taxes can t be avoided a state income tax is last on the list for both Stubbeman and Brown they said. Neither candidate however is sure How he would raise additional Revenue if the stale comes up Short. Stubbeman like Brown is an attorney. He and his wife sue live au241 s. And arc he parents of two children. Brown 31, and his wife Marian who were recently married live at 3026 s Willis. Legislative District 62 covers most of Abilene. A chunk of Abilene and most of Taylor county however Are in he 61st District represented by Elmer Martin of Colorado City. Rep.dav1dstubbeman to run again Iri Side today happiness is. Having a is cartoon on your to shirt and ivs a simple matter of cutting out Page 3e in today s to Tab and ironing on the Bright reef caricature. Arni Issice Day is. Going to be upon us soon and excerpts from a school Friendship Book recall the Hap piness of Abi lonians when world War i ended on nov. Pm. 17a. China is. A land of gracious thoughtful and unselfish people says mrs. Carl Mahan of Abilene who recently completed a four of China. Pm. 17a. Hang Kong is. A big Flat Rock with millions of people on if. Editor de Wishcamper recounts the highlight of the Orient fantasia tour. Pm. 23a. Big Spring is. A town whose Schoolboy football teams have been perennial Pushover. The steers both past and present Tell Why. Pm. 4c. Mitny fun w712ess it to the top because her clothes pint Abilene events Calendar 48 amusements l 4b Austin notebook 5a Berry s world books Bridge. Business news. Classified. Crossword Puzzle. Editorials. Heartline. Horoscope. Hospital patients. Jct .10i5c Jumble Puzzle 27a obituaries Oil recordings 2b setting the scene in sports v8 Texas this week m today in history 2v .8 Ioc .21a .18a i3a goo to your health. travel. Women s Complete weather

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