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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1970, Abilene, Texas McMurry 301H. Payne 35 Prairie Y. 131 ACC 27 Okla. J 28 SMU 11 Slanford 34 Arkansas 28 AAM 41 Wichita 14 Tech    21 Tulane    14 TCU UTA 311 SWTS 141 Ga. Tech 23 7 T. Lutheran 3 S. Carolina 20 UCLA    14 Ore. SI.    9®f)e Abilene Sporter"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES"—Byron Nebraska 36 W. Forest 12  YEAR, NO. 89 PHONE 6734271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1970—EIGHTY SIX PAGES IN SEVEN SECTIONS LOc DAILY—25c SUNDAY Associated Press (ff)opfrJTomorrow    Vice ChairmanOf UT Rpnpntc away Promptly1""mo **1? ^ ^est Jexas is Just hours    J\ Fair will officially open its gates to^ne^nd all. ^ TeXaS    J    \    ^ “We have planned what we hope will be the best Fair    ^    ^HlV    -- IL f    Raker:    Presidpnt-    <,Y°ur directors and    ,    )    IC £■ C.    C    Iv    C wT members of all the committees have worked very hard so    j?^9 I    I I ^9    L. that everyone may have enjoyable to the Fair    i    MMM    I    ™ ■ 9# H ^M^^ 9# MB The fairgrounds were a flurry of activity late Saturday as I    I-    MU    I exhibitors and concessionaires put the final touches on their | jKSa^^VB^S^I oof s and displays.    I    IjgKm    *    ARLINGTON,    Tex.    (AP) — Houston said his resignation was methods and procedures are Some cold drink concessions were already In operation I    I    /    The vice chai1™™ of the Uni- effective immediately. He said more closely akin to the chair- and doing a booming business. As the West Texas sun beam- f    \    versify of Texas System regents he would keep his post as a re- man,_ .    *    „    Tft„v    __4il ,n , ed down and the temperature neared 95 degrees, hot dry    /    resigned Saturday in an appa- gent. which expires in January.    ’    y fair workers flocked to the cold drink booths.    |    ^JjM| S rent dispute with regents Chair- “The chairman and indeed the. statement released during a There was a lot of livestock already there with more com- ' llI nian Frank C Fn'in Jr-    board should have a vice chair rinsed executive session of the big in. But the number of pens still empty indicated that    Vice    Chairman    Jack    Josey of man whose ideas and views on regents. there was still a lot more to come. Most of' the cattle were I MT    ........ ........ “I remain in full support of there, but hardly any sheep and few horses. Air condition-    }    urn    rn    rn    rn    m    the University of Texas admin- prs were going in the livestock pens to keep the animals    /    B____—    I    MAM*    Aration and will continue my cool in the hot afternoon.    I MM Ii .SIC.    I 2«CC    VV INC    best efforts in behalf of higher The Bill Harries midway shows and rides    ■ M#^%Wll    LuMM    VV 1119    education,” he said. “After this the fairgrounds Saturday, hut fair spokesman said they    \    announcement I will maJke no were expected to start arriving about midnight Saturday    TIP*    f    _ other public statement on the and would he set up and ready to run by Sunday night.    CC *    Mk    £    MP*    I    subject.” fn^ri^nV-i^1 new attractions have been obtained    M    *'m    '    nfllCC MM IM AM# ^ I itlA Erwin, who has been involved The largest number of livestock entries in    Z:    X    wSBi*    mVmIwISI #9lll€?l IL#! I HIG in several recent disputes In the ever given at the Wwt^Texa^a^    1    Mi A# A# M Mi ll WI IMAM I I MIM# University of Texas admlnistra- **Anrth#r first this y#»r is the Industrial Arts Division,    ^^ll^^^lfil^^l V^Wfu^||H||| /    •>atred> Texas    beauty, modest    |^M^CCk*    ZZ*, fff'"*' v . which is expected to attract the attention of persons    WF    M&HCiV    ah°ut hpr fl^urp* named    u    'f|    >ou    what    UPn ages, students and adults alike.    ^P9SC    (    Miss Amenca 1971 Saturday    the executive session, it wouldnt “We have added some very interesting exhibits this year,    jNujm/Bk    )    night.    ^^^Cf    tiia&n executlve sesslon>    he which we are sure everyone will enjoy,” he said. “There    .    ^5^|||VjC    I    7116    21-year-old    Texas Chris-    loia newsmen. are also fine exhibits of art, antiques, handcrafts and many    ^    --    I    tian University senior w-ho    Josey,    an    oil    man    and rancher displays of talents and accomplishments.    '    /'    C    wants to get into broadcasting    ^ hi the last year of a six-year “On all sides there is progress -- bigger tractors — fast-    }    sa,d she was afvaid she had he-    term on the board. He had been er transportation improved farming techniques — finer    *• •    rnme t0° muscular alter six    vice chairman since 1966, ap- livestock.    years of cheerleading.”    ^■    pointed by Erwin. “From “saddles to rockets” we believe that everyone    1    was afraid mv tK>r,v wasn’t    He    indicated    he would not will find it all at the 1970 West Texas Fair.” Baker said.    feminine enough.” said the .%-    seek    reappointment to the board Raker added that the Fair will again bring the    x    23'3fi Miss Amrrica frnni Den*    CMb#M    MiI    in Januai7- very best in entertainment at the Taylor C<Hintv Coliseum.    ton. Tex. After wanning in tho    “r    promised my wife last year On Monday and Tuesday nights will be the Charley Pride    |    swimsuit competition Phyllis    that I wouldn’t do that,” Josey on Wednesday Stamps Quartet and others will perform.    HMHBMHHNNHBMHiHHH^HMCHHIIHIHil^^l    I    she was “too skinny” to win.    FruHn    cain    h»    autumn    a Then on Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be the s%s -    •    (    The brown-eyed 5-foot-8, 121-    v    -»    rice chairman wnuM h« namAH RCA rodeo featuring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.    PnOtO    WI    filler    P™nd Miss America gave a    PHYLLIS    GEORGE^    in Houston at the next regents’ New features on the midway, Baker said, will Include    (    piano rendition of "Raindrops    ...    hardly    too    muscular    meeting. Don Alfonso and his balancing act at ll p.m. each night, Qne 0f the fir t fir(;t.nlace winners in this vpar’c West Tevac    KeeP Falling On My Head,” but-- r_ Fair, T.S^. Lawrence Waddy? shows brue^ribton winner ) failed to win in talent compe.i-    . which are sure to attract the youth of the Big Country. A jj    so:^Fgar^ the^rstni^ce^inner^none°t0f^    She said she had an unusual LlDl^flnflN flt CJC pole climbing event for the youngsters is also scheduled.    ?!.%•    anHubite ^hMn^anhv    ?w?SSnliv    class,,m    charm which seemed to forecast    ■■ll/I MI IMI I Ut Vrf# The family day contest on Thursday is among several    ac*t    and white photography    Photography    w as one of the    I her good luck “I brought a her- Ton, to FAIR Pa UA    flriin?pS»y ‘\e fair w^h of. ; mit *J frnm Texa^witt me r\.    n    ii    I ’    fieially    opens Monday. (Staff Photo by Billy Adams)    I    and the day he finally crawled ^^|0C*    fV|OHQflV Miss Iowa, Cher>T Browne,    rn WFATlirD    JU #% ll    ^    I    I I I    was the first black contestant in CISCO (BNS) — Mrs. Helen will be named for Mrs. WW Ii /4IH IMl    XIII UmINVJMMAIN    I    the Pa«eam's historv'. Although    One! a Ferguson. 50, died at Ferguson. I! UlllllUil    ■■tj ■ l(J%Tf]fj|i^    she fa,led 10 wln Preliminary 10:45 a.m. Saturday in Cisco.    She was a member of the u’ *’ E$sIAwiAf H«°SuVifiuE*    9#    I    m\J9    I    I 1 WI    talent competition, she was giv- Funeral will he at 2 p.m. Delphinium Club, Delta Kappa abilene^ ANDrvJc^Y4(i^».. r.-    fn a ****'*' award for her bal*    Monday at the First Methodist    Gamma sorority, Federated dtus) - e-rtiv cioodv and mild Sunday    m*    u    _    _    let dancing.    Church in Cisco with Dr. Bob    Women’s Clute of Cisco, Texas thu?J^shower?" sunday afternoon #nd    MM    I    _    M _.    M    I    I    pageant, in its 50th year, Evans, pastor .officiating. Burial State Teachers Association, Ln&htluX aWra.Wr!i;    H    C I ATM    I    I    also allowed    the girls for the will be in Oakwood Cemetery,    Texas State Junior Colleges Sunday i«»nw" 30 per cont, »5»rc«nt    jMC    MS    UllJ    ff I I    M M    first time to answer “controver- with Rust-Martin-Rhyne Funeral Teachers Association and the sunday night, snarly wind. to lo ii —    ^    VIV    ff I I W V#    sial questions” as long as the Home rn charge.    National and Texas State sat. «.m! ,RATy*. Lift. ».m.    questions were not too personal    She was a resident of Cisco    Library Associations. ........... ):$     $    By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS taining 35 men and 5 Israeli hostages who were taken to an    nature.    the past eight years. She moved She is survived by her ll    ;:    aion    w    Arab guerrillas led all passen- girls to reinforce their demands undisclosed site the male pas- The new Miss America em- here from Clarksville. She husband; two sons, Bruce and 75 :    S    OO    n    gers off three hijacked airliners for release of seven guerrillas cpnewe arrival in tho whI braced the old Miss America married V B. Ferguson, Dec. 25, Bobby Ferguson, both of Cisco; 75    £$    8    ln to® Jordanian desert Satur- held in Europe.    nian rnnifli in o r n i f and 1)683,1    Her royal 1945, in Taylor. She was librarian one daughter, Mrs. Bobby Hitt t*  ......J:®®      g    day and 15 minutes later blew A fourth plane worth $25 mil- trucks    con\o>    or    crown was placed on her head at Cisco Junior College the last of Wichita Falls; three brothers, •I    loioo    «    the $25-mllllon gathering of lion had been blown up at Cairo r:    .    and her sceptre in her hand. She six years. For two years prior to Moody H. Galbreath of Texas m    ljiS    -    planes Into a worthless litter of at the start of the worlds worst One of them, Karl Werder, suddenly dropped the crown on that she was,a Cisco High School    City, and J. R. Galbreath of .    u!    **    •^*n«    ’®    junk.    #    week of air piracy.    New York City, said the remain    the runway and kept it in her    librarian and teacher.    Austin; three sisters, Mrs. jHiflh «nd low nm*    Bat* last yaari n    By Saturday night all but 40 of    A spokesman for the    Popular in8 men were rounded UP anfl    hands as she walked down while    Friday the board of regents of    Harmon Meixner of Claude, * sunsat lait nightt lie p.m., aunrita    the 280 persons who had been    Front for the Liberation of    beld    aboard    the    Swissair jet    un-    the    capacity crowd of 23,000 at Cisco Junior College    announced    Mrs.    T.T.    Dittrich of Big Spring today: 7:Ji a.m., uniat tonight, 7:41    he]d ag ^Uge8 ^ ^ ^    Palestine stated categorically    tl1    15 tmnutes    before    explosions    Convention    Hall gave her a that    the    audo-visual    center    of    and    Mrs.    Cecil Curtis of 8SS?!dHvratr^Sm*t4!0Dafn^f,'1t*    commandos said they were re-    no lives were lost in the Jordan    x,irn    f0    HIJACKERS,    Pg    lO-A    sanding ovation.    the new    library    on    the campus    Burkburnett.  ----------------—■    ■' 1    -........... explosions of a Trans World Air-    *    '    - a    lines 707, a Swissair DC8 and a D    Jk — --- —---  ^    VC10 of British Overseas Air-lunger Approves    Tt-Pd ed t first step of our warning follow-I    ■    ing the delay of the three West-nospiraI district    z K™™nts ,o concede ,o The front’s original terms RANGER (RNS)—Ranger    district by a two-to-one    were that Britain, Switzerland voters Saturday chose again to    majority. The election was    and West Germany had to recreate a lunger Hospital    contested and ruled invalid    lease the Arab commandos in District and issue $150,000 rn    because of an earlier Supreme    their custody or the planes hospital bonds.    Court ruling concerning the    would be blown up with passen- The Saturday special election    eligibility of voters in such    gers still aboard, came after a similar vote on    elections.    The Marxist guerrillas issued May 24, 1969 approved the    The first proposal carried    a new    communique Saturday    Saturday night called for the    addin8 an unexplained twist to lrrilTfl RUTTY TI lf    “voting for or against the    the demands. It said about 40 Is- IV Ii W/ V I l\l 11 rn \    creation of the Ranger Hospital    raeb» British, Swiss, West Ger- llli TI kl 1111/LA    District and providing the levy    man and American passengers AKU-.. ivanH    ll    *th® Ux not **> 6XC66d 75 cents    “35 men and five Israeli girls Amu"men* . * *.‘    Vl-U-C    ™ each $100 valuaUon upon all    -were being detained as host- Atfmlofv ............ 4-i    taxable property situated within    a£es- Austin No»«book  1J-A    said district.”    Some would he held “for SS* W#,W .........it?    Voting in two boxes, one for investigation,” the statement BrMac V.. 12-C    property owners and the other    sa,d’ and 0,hprs would be con- Buaimm Wack 4-B, 1J-C    folk non-property owners, the    Sld®fed hp®Fages “against our Cinssifiad .......... 7-12-D    creation of the district carried    militants held in these colonial ■aCTuu1 PuiiI#  lo’?    with 397 vote* for *** 130    lands”    . Haw*  .....4-D    against among property owners 11 was unclear what the front Haaattei Patianta .. .. 12-A    and 81 for and IS against in the    wanted the United States to do. Jumble Puaila.........6-R    non-property owners’ box.    No member of the Arab ccm- Ljjtm H Sternum.    m    of    the    bond!    WM    ZStlSVL    l°    * Jp8^p^:ji8    rn    n SS^'.v.v:« IjJ K^y*K^«nde    experts To'yjmt (load Ha«Mi ll’! 4-i    In the absentee voting, eight    ft**”1    camouflaged army    Jubilant Palestinian guerrillas give victory signs    Sat-    Jordan. The plane    was one of three blown up before    within Tab (Pull aul a# SaaHon P)    _    trucks.    urday as they pose atop wreckage of a BOAC    jet-    drawing from the    area with about 40 hostages. The    other Woman'! Newt l-f, ll# 11-C    *Rin ta    RANGER, pg if-A    Except for men among the 40 ^    liner they blew up at a desert airstrip at Al Khana, passengers were freed by the guerrillas. (AP Wirephoto) ;