Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Abilene Reporter News Newspaper Archives Sep 26 1970, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Abilene, Texas A amp a Abilene Mil ii 3 Star final without or with offence to friends or foes we sketch your world exactly As it goes Quot a Byron 90th year no. 103 phone 673-4271 Abilene Texas 79604, saturday morning september 26, 1970�?thirty-six pages in four sections 10c daily�?25c sunday build Cuba base Wichita f. 23 Cooper 13 Abilene 22 20 a Pring 46 Snyder 7 Andrews is Ballinger 15rfobrf Lee 141 Albany 49rule 5 Waler 6 j Stamford 0 Wylie of Ranger 01 Munday 42 6 Winters 7 Anson 0 Breck Cisco 26 6 Clyde 41 Roscoe 0 . Views move with seriousness Washington a the Pentagon said Friday it has solid indications the soviets Are building a permanent submarine base in Cuba and the White House said it would View a strategic installation there a with utmost the defense department did not Rule out the possibility that the facility reported under development May be designed to support missile firing subs now cruising off . Waters. A White House official who declined to be quoted by name Drew a parallel with the cuban missile crisis of 1962, when president John f. Kennedy said peace in the Caribbean could be preserved if soviet offensive weapons were removed from the area and were kept out in the future. Kennedy a statement remains . Policy the White House official said. Soviet ships have moved heavy barges and other equipment into the Harbor at Cienfuegos Over the past few weeks which a makes us feel they May be seeking sustained capabilities in the area a Pentagon sex hell s Angel refused to kill by Sterling Tucker reporter news staff writer Wayne Butcher 24, an a member of the Hellas Angels motorcycle gang who left the gang because he refused to kill will speak at the Belmont Baptist Church saturday at 7 . On what Christ has done for him. In november of 1967 the Hellas Angels left Butcher a 24-year-old Tulia native for dead in the Arizona desert he said in an interview Here Friday afternoon. They had chased him for three Days because he had committed an unpardonable sin though he was third from the top in the California gang he had refused to join his Fellows in killing a California Highway patrolman by running Over him with his motorcycle. A i swerved to miss him and just kept going though i knew it meant death for me if they caught me a he said. The former Hellas Angel figured he did no to have much to lose in running from his gang anyway. He had already been marked for death because As a user of heroin and several of the hallucinogenic drugs he was in the opinion of gang leaders a a Little too free with his words a he said. A gang leaders did no to approve of our using the hard drugs for that very reason a Butcher explained. A they knew if any of us who did were caught by the police the whole gang would be after being left in the Arizona desert for dead he woke up two months later in a Flagstaff Hospital. He had been in a coma for eight weeks. He stayed in the Hospital and was cured of his drug habit. As soon As he was Well enough to travel he went Back Home to Tulia where he lived with his Mother and found a Job As a Mechanic. One weekend he decided to share an apartment with a Mechanic Friend. He said a monday night this Friend was dressed in a suit and asked me go to Church with him. I did no to believe in god so he Wayne Butcher. To speak Here went to Church without me but he kept after me every night to go to Church with him a Wayne said. A finally on thursday i went with him just to shut him up. I sat in the Back Row and read the hymnal and did everything else i could think of to see Angel pm. 2-a spokesman Jerry w. Friedheim announced. Asked if the base is intended to support russians new Yankee class submarines each of which carries 16 missiles and is similar to the . Polaris subs Friedheim replied a we can to Nile out that the White House official said such submarines clearly would be offensive in nature and thus would bring into play the policy Kennedy enunciated. He added that this country a would View the establishment of a strategic base in the Caribbean with utmost he said no representations on the subject have yet been made to the soviet Union adding that the United states is keeping close watch to determine what kind of weapons could be based at the site where activity has been spotted. A at the right moment a the administration official said the United states a will take the action that seems the russians have 13 of the Yankee Type nuclear powered submarines and Are building 15 More according to the Pentagon. Officials have reported that one or More Are now stationed in the Atlantic. Friedheim had declined to make any comparison Between the threat posed to the United states in 1962 when the russians moved Long Range missiles into Cuba and the new development at Cienfuegos on cubans Southern Shore. A we cannot be positive what the intention is a he said. A we Are keeping a close watch on these activities and Are continuing to obtain information on soviet activities the new facilities at Cienfuegos were spotted by High flying american u2 reconnaissance planes the same aircraft that spotted the russian missiles eight years ago. The soviets removed the missiles within a few weeks after president Kennedy threatened direct action and mobilized . Forces for a possible attack. The United states uses bases at holy Loch Scotland Rota Spain and the Island of Guam to support Polaris subs cruising in european and Pacific Waters. These bases enable the Craft to remain near their stations by eliminating the need to make the Long trip Home for servicing and supplies. A similar facility at Cienfuegos would enable Russia to keep More of its nuclear and conventional subs in Western Waters for longer periods. The soviets have no permanent naval facilities in the Western hemisphere. Friedheim noted that although soviet subs and surface ships have operated from Cienfuegos in the past there had been no permanent facilities in the Harbor for their use. The submarine tender and three other soviet ships Are now in the Harbor however there Are no submarines at present. Friedheim said the three heavy barges brought into Cienfuegos were carried on the deck of a soviet amphibious Craft first spotted by . Ships shadowing a soviet task Force As it ceased the Atlantic earlier this month. He sidestepped speculation that the barges might be used As a floating dry Dock. Cienfuegos which Means a Aioo fires in Spanish is located about 40 Miles East of the Bay of pigs site of the aborted 1961 invasion by a group of american supported cuban exiles trying to overthrow prime minister Fidel Castro. Soy aah Ben a Hippo at the Chessington England zoo opens wide for Trainer David Flower for a morning Teeth cleaning. The animal eats so much grass that the ritual is necessary to remove the hard stalks that Lodge in his molars. A wire photo 1962 policy City employees must reside a in Abilene limits or resign estate gone by Jim Conley reporter news staff writer the City personnel director said Friday that at least 13 City employees who live outside Abilene a limits either must move into the City or resign. Bill Olson director of personnel said that i n accordance with personnel instant water Ball when Friday rain stopped. James 12, and Justice Venable 9, play with baseball Cool front pushes showers into area gentle soaking autumn Rains fell in Abilene and Many other areas of big country Friday from Clouds which moved before a Cool front from the Texas Panhandle and South Plains. In Abilene at least a dozen Auto accidents were reported Between 2 . And 6 30 . Friday after showers which dumped an official .14 inches soaked City streets. Some sections of the City however reported As much As .35 inches of precipitation in mid afternoon showers. The total for the year in the key City is 16.19 inches. Heavy Rains fell in areas Northeast of Abilene with Gorman receiving the heaviest amount of rain 2 inches. De Leon recorded 1.50, Tuscola 1.15 and Ballinger .50. Where ii rained Abilene municipal Airport total for year. Normal for year Ballinger. Big Spring. Cisco Colorado City a. .31 ref i 2-Day total.14 16.19 17.57 .50 la. .70 Deleon. 1.50 Dublin .66 Gorman. 2.00 Lawn. .78 paint Rock. .20 Putnam. .40 Tuscola. 1.15 Westbrook .20 Lawn received 1.50 inches Cisco had .70 and Dublin totalled .66. The weather Bureau predicted a Clearing trend for most parts of the big country by saturday. Temperatures Are expected to be affected Only slightly by the front As it moves through the big country with a maximum in the lower 70s. In other sections of the state however rain and thunderstorms Are expected except for Clearing in the Panhandle. Heavy thunderstorms dropping torrents of rain and studded with lightning and rolling Thunder struck North Texas Friday night to bring fears of Flash flooding. A line of almost solid thunderstorms moved East of a Sher Man fort Worth Brownwood line shortly after 8 . With rainfall rates of an Inch per hour. Weather . Department of Commerce Essa Weathe Bureau Abilene and Vicinity 40mile radius a becoming partly Cloudy and Coni saturday and saturday night. Fair and warmer sunday. High saturday Low saturday night in the toy sunday around 80. Wind northerly 15 to vanishing Quot Tempa pal. 74737371727173774to. In. S3 .12 00 _ High and Taw for 24-hours Anding to . Is and 44. High and Tow Aam Daft Aal year r and 47. Sunset last night 7 3j� Aune tie today 7 2. Sunset tonight 7 30. Berry a it re a Amitio a 0 . 71.37. Humidity at to to m Par cant. Vim it up Tut warmer sunday. High saturday around 72. Abr in the Tow 50s. High a. J. Winds northerly is i 25 Mph. Diminishing saturday afternoon matures part. . 86 of. 80 7078 73 73 to. It 44 policies employees of the City of Abilene must live within the corporate limits of the City. He said however that he has heard of Only one employee who has indicated to his department head that he would resign rather than move into the City. A the others have indicated they will move into the City As soon As possible a Olson said. The Check up was initiated in a memorandum Given All City employees on sept. 18, which said that personnel policies of the City of Abilene adopted Jan. I 1962, provide a that a 11 permanent City employees must reside within the corporate limits of the City. And must continue to do so during their tenure As employees. A also the memorandum noted that employees a who owned their place of residence outside the City limits prior to this Date were not required to move inside the City the memorandum concludes a it is regrettable that it has become necessary to so forcefully bring this matter to the attention of All our Fine employees when the existing problem has been created by so cite manager h. P. Clifton said Friday that the City has 863 employees. Thus Only about i per cent of the employees Are living in violation of the policy. In Olson a memorandum he says that a a effective immediately any change of residence of an employee shall be reported to the department head concerned within 48 hours and failure to comply May result in disciplinary action. Olson said employees living outside the City limits have been told they either must move into the City or resign. As far As the a a Why of the Rule Olson said a there Are Many pros and cons. All we can really say is that the City Council saw fit to pass it in 1962.�?� various City employees expressed the pros and cons which seism to boil Down to two main ideas. Those backing up the City a position say that Abilene citizens pay taxes to support the City and therefore employees should be under the same tax Structure and municipal government otherwise the question is asked How can they work in the Best interests of the City those against the Rule seem to ask Why it makes any difference where a person lives As Long As he does his work in an acceptable manner. Jordanian troops find 15 of 54 Hijack hostages Amman apr jordanian troops poking through the shelled ruins of an abandoned refugee Camp near Amman Friday found 15 of Tho 54 hostages from three Western airliners hijacked by palestinian guerrillas two weeks ago. The group of eight britons five Swiss and two germans were locked in a House abandoned by the guerrillas at Wah Dat Camp. A we Are foreign hostages help help. Done to shoot a the prisoners shouted when they heard the soldiers outside the House. The troops smashed Down the door and freed the group. There was no sign of the other 39 hostages All but one american. But the freed men sex More than two weeks by the pressed belief the others held guerrillas were somewhere nearby. Los Angeles a Pearl Choate Birch who presumably inherited $200 million from a. Otis Birch May have received nothing lawyers speculated Friday. One said there Are Legal claims of about $200,000 against the estate. Another Pasadena attorney David Agnew said a a in be never been Able to figure out where that $200 million figure came from. All in be been Able to find is that the estate is almost Birch who died at 95 in 1967, left a will naming his 63-year-old wife Pearl As sole beneficial a. Five religious groups disputed the will claiming the oilman had agreed to leave his Money to them. Last Friday a probate court in Dallas threw out the contestants suit and virtually assured mrs. Birch of whatever assets remained. Mrs. Birch interviewed this week in Odessa tex., said she had t yet received a Nickel from the estate but expected the Money to Roll in soon. Then she took off by bus for Pecos. After apparently missing her bus connection there for Artesia. N.m., she took a taxi three Miles out of town remarking see estate pm. 2-a today a mews Index color Vietnam mop a full color mop of Vietnam is reprinted on pm. 10-c of today s reporter news of a Public service ofter numerous requests from relatives of Gas stationed in the War torn country. Replace equipment the . Has announced that it will replace the equipment lost by jordanian soldiers during the civil War which came to a halt Friday. Stories pm. 3-a. Amusement. 8a astrology. 8a Brid. A Church news. 4-5a classified3-7 d comics .6, 7c editorials. 20 form. Markets obituaries Oil. Sports to ut.7b to scout. 78 women s new2, 3c

Search all Abilene, Texas newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for September 26, 1970

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.