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Bryan Eagle (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Bryan, Texas A Penuli he Eagle Bryan College station vol. 96 no. 121 sunday May i 1972 he la get. A in 7 sections 2> i Nis Index n -1 a i i editorials.4b partly Cloudy sports.1-3b want ads. 8-11b Nixon rests in Austria before visit to Moscow Salzburg Austria apr president Nixon stopped in this Alpine resort City saturday night for 36 hours of rest and preparation for his Summit meeting with soviet leaders in Moscow. The presidential Jet the spirit of �?T76, will take him to the soviet capital monday morning. Nixon a plane landed about an hour after steel helmeted police with clubs drove an estimated 200 leftist demonstrators from the Airport Landing area. As the president left the plane and approached a cordon of Smock coated Salzburg riflemen police pushed and carried another clump of demonstrators from in front of the Airport terminal about 50 Yards from Nixon. Nixon did not appear to notice. He and mrs. Nixon accepted bouquets of Flowers from austrian children then stepped toward their Black limousine. Before taking off on the spirit of �?~76 for the eight hour flight to Salzburg Nixon said his Mission in the soviet Union would be a search for a a world of peace a world of Progress for the trip began three months after the presidents historic visit to communist China. Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky is Host to president and mrs. Nixon during their stay in this rail Industrial and tourist Center overlooked by a medieval fortress. Kreisky a son or. Peter Kreisky 28, was among austrians who planned anti Nixon demonstrations to coincide with the presidents visit. The Chancellor commented before Nixon a arrival a we disagree but i think my son is old enough to have his own the president and mrs. Nixon and their official party were welcomed by Kreisky and other austrian officials As a local band played martial music. Before entering his car the president paused with the Chancellor to face a Bank of photographers and then to wave at a crowd of several Hundred standing nearby. The Nixon drove to the 18th-Century Lessheim Palace where they Are staying. Security in the City was tight with an estimated 1,500 police on duty because of the leftist demonstrations aimed at the . Role in Vietnam. City commission to have Chance to add a link the Bryan City commission will have a Chance in the future to add a link to the Chain of bypasses interchanges and thoroughfares that intertwine throughout the twin cities. The City a planning commissioners have recommended to the City commission that a traffic link join the new East bypass with the downtown Bryan business District on farm to Market Road 158. The planners favor a proposed route from pm 158 to Nail Lane to continue along the South Side of sue Haswell Park to so 6. The action followed a recent slide presentation by transportation committee chairman d. D. Williamson concerning the four suggested alternative routes from the bypass to so 6. The idea initiated controversy with the Brazos county environmental action Council each which opposes any such connection. Each members argued for restrictions on the types of businesses that could locate along the link because it would run through a residential area. Also the link would come too close to Travis and St. Josephus schools and would create traffic hazards and congestion. The each suggested that if such a link was built a landscaped median be used. City planner Hubert Nelson recommended the Nail Lane route and said the median could be used. He explained that this route would be the least expensive a costing approximately $235,000 in right of Way purchases and would involve the disruption of two houses. He explained that the other routes would Cost a great Deal More a from $270,000 to $70,000 for right of Way a and would disrupt up to 12 houses. Williamson said that the alternates had been presented to the each and the Bryan Parks and recreation Board. The each suggested nothing be done and the Parks Board recommended the Nail Lane route Williamson said. Williamson noted that the bypass will relieve some of the traffic in the area. However he added that the additions of the new High school and the new St. Joseph Hospital As Well As new residential developments have generated a Large amount of traffic from the Northern Section of the City onto ursuline Avenue and Nail Lane. Real estate climate predicted locally to be fair and sunny by Bill Wall Eagle staff writer today it would be hard for someone to enter the real estate business in Bryan College station and not be successful according to some local real estate brokers. That statement is a summation of the general real estate picture in the by City area. With National realtor week scheduled for this week today through saturday a close look at the local real estate climate As seen by local realtors and land appraisers produces a report of fair and sunny. And the forecast is for More of the same. Most of that Sunshine comes from Texas a amp a University and its vast organization which pumps millions of dollars into the local Economy and draw hundreds of employees and students int the area annually. Mrs. Adrienne Pryer o Home finder realty said the University growth has created More growth in tin area. A like a snowball rolling Down a Hill growth generates growth a she said. Richard Smith of Richard Smith co., i College station real estate firm said a educational Economy such As that which exists locally is More stable thar economies which depend upon govern ment contracts As in Dallas. He added that when there is a general slump in the National Economy a University May Stop growing but it will probably remain stable rather than decline. George Green of Welcome Home real estate co. Said the University stimulates Hearne mourns Trio police Hunt suspects Hearne funeral services were held saturday afternoon for or. And mrs. Henry Clifton Jack Kelly and their daughter mrs. Nacy Stovall Sho died in their Home sometime wednesday morning of appear ant homicide. Services were at the first Baptist Church of Hearne under the direction of Hodges funeral Home. Burial was in Norwood cemetery with the Rev. James Scirratt pastor of first Baptist Church of Hearne officiating. In Legal developments in the Case Law enforcement officials across the nation were notified saturday of the warrants issued on four persons believed connected with the Tripple slaying. Robertson county Shief Deputy sheriff Lee Scott Hurley said saturday that the three men and one woman named in the warrants were from out of state and had not been located yet. The warrants were issued from the court of Justice of the peace Jack Matthews precinct two Robertson county. Named in the warrants were Lee Murray Jur Dejohn Edward Swift Mary Brown and Robert Duro according to associated press reports. Hurley confirmed the names and said that although the investigation team had not intended to release them the release should not hamper search attempts. He also said the names came from an informant not from physical evidence in the House. Kelly was born in Alice in 1919 and had been a Robertson county resident about 27 years. Mrs. Kelly was born in Stateline miss in 1922 and mrs. Stovall in Belton in 1952. Kelly was chairman of the Board of directors of planters and merchants Bank and a member of the Lions club and american legion. He was a Veteran of world War ii. Mrs. Stovall was employed by tide co in Hearne. Relatives of the Kellys at the funeral included Kelly a four Brothers . Kelly of Belton . Kelly of Petersburg . Kelly of Midland and . Kelly of Pittsburg a. Survivors of mrs. Kelly were three Sisters mrs. Nelda Anderson of Houston mrs. Joann Thomas City unknown and mrs. Valerie Taylow of Leakesville miss. Mrs. Stovall is survived by her husband of six months Jim Stovall of Hearne. Pallbearers were Jack Lyons . Sander Fred Moss Bryan Russ Bill Palmos de priestly Leon Wilson and Jim Florence. The Board of directors and officers of planters and merchants Bank were honorary pallbearers. Committee reports on marijuana says state wasting Money manpower trying to control use Austin Tex. Apr Texas is wasting Money and manpower trying control the use of marijuana a special Senate committee reported saturday. The five member committees report said Texas and Rhode Island Are the Only states which still classify use and Possession of marijuana As a felony or prison offence under All circumstances. A Texas marijuana Laws a the report added a Are the harshest in the More than 40 states have sentences of a year or less for marijuana including Alabama where gov. George Wallace a democratic presidential contender signed a Misdea Meanor penalty into Law last year. Under Texas Law a person can be sentenced to life in prison for first offence Possession. The Connit teen a report estimated that at least 800,000 to i million texans have used marijuana which Means nearly one tenth of the entire state population could be put in prison. Marijuana cases account for ten per cent of All drug arrests by state police 60 per cent by Dallas police and 70 per cent by the Austin police a leading to an astonishing waste of manpower and resources in a losing Effort to combat marijuana usage while criminal control of heroin and other insidious drugs has consistently been less effective than it might otherwise have in addition the report noted marijuana cases accounted for 84 per cent of All drug convictions in Lubbock last year a a major diversion of Law enforcement time and Energy away from cases involving hard the report said Texas is spending $39,030 a month to imprison persons for possessing marijuana. Tremendous turnover approximately every three years. During this time a great volume of real estate business is transacted. He noted that students and some faculty members move in and out at the beginning and ending of semesters but a lot of activity seems to come in the three year Cycle. On a per capita basis expenditures for real estate in the Bryan College station area Are comparable to those in austins another City with a Large University Green added. Of course Austin also has state governmental office and the cite encompasses a larger area Green added. So austins per capita real estate expenditures Are probably slightly higher than those locally. Another contributing Factor to the favourable real estate climate locally is the Central location of the twin cities Between four growing metropolises Houston Dallas Austin and Waco Green added. He noted that the effect of the four cities especially Houston Are already being Felt in the area. Houstonian Are buying local land for recreation and speculation. Green noted that there is some comparison of the local area with Arlington which is sandwiched Between two expanding cities Dallas and fort Worth. A we had More growth percentage Wise than Waco according to the last census a he added. A the nation As a whole has had tremendous population growth and this growth creates a shortage in buddy Price president of the local Home builders association said there Are 32 Active Home builders in the area. He see real estate Page 4a. Sit pretty Duck a til Susan Schaffner 8, smiles proudly at her pet Duck during saturdays pet fair. The fair at the a amp a consolidated stadium attracted Many area children staff photo by Mac Shadix the judge comes and their favorite pets. Grandparents of the Duck Are or. And mrs. Joseph Schaffner 908 Lazy in. Of father and son team steam Burkburnett Tex. A a father son team with outstanding engineering credentials now is driving a car propelled by steam. You know the difference were it not for the sign on the Side and a special License plate Reading �?osteam-1.�?� designers and developers Are Jay carte Rand Jay jr., both Are engineering graduates of Texas tech and have impressive employment records As engineers. Of team automobiles were developed about As Early As internal combustion a vehicles but did not prove generally satisfactory. The Stanley Steamer was a famous vehicle in Early development Days of automobiles but the technique never progressed from the elementary stage. The Carters believe they have overcome one objection to steam cars that of need for great quantities of water. Their new engine never lets the steam escape recycling it into water to create More steam. They Are using a Container carrying Only 3.5 Gallons. The Carters say that some redesigning and refining will be necessary before mass production but see no real problems there. They installed their steam Power Plant in a Small compact car principally they said to dispel any idea that the steam motor would require such a Large area that it would usable Only in big cars. The four Cylinder radial engine weighs Only 92 pounds. The steam is released on the top of the Piston. The pressure drives the Piston Down and the steam is exhausted into the water condenser to be used again. A the water goes through two treatments. It is turned into steam and piped into an evaporator and then super heated. The car can Burn gasoline kerosene or diesel fuel. So far however it gets about the same mileage from the fuel As a conventional engine. But the fire is continuous differing from the explosive Type of drive of a Standard engine. Thus says the younger Carter most of the hydrocarbons Are consumed. Emission of Carbon monoxide and nitrous oxides is very Low he says. This should eliminate All but a Small amount of pollution. The Carters have conducted their research and development at a hangar which they built Southwest of Burkburnett in North Central Texas about 2years ago. Jay or. Began the project four years ago working on it in his spare time. Jay or. Began work full time in 1970 after quitting his research and development Job at Bell helicopter in fort Worth. The her Carter was chief Engineer for a firm which developed the Glass filament wound rocket Chambers for Polaris and minute Man missiles. He developed the process for fibreglass reinforced epoxy pipe now being produced conure racially at the Large Giba inc., Plant at Burkburnett. He is president of Texas reinforced plastics inc., it bad a research Arm. Young Carter has still More plans. One of his dreams he said is to Fly around the world non Stop without refuelling in a steam powered air plane. A

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