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Bryan Eagle (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Bryan, Texas Aam 36 Texas 37 Arkansas 20 tech 34 Kansas 23 Stanford 13 Houston 28 sum 3 Baylor 21 Rice 16 Tou 0 Oklahoma 3 Good morning \ i the use the exciting newspaper serving College station Bryan and the greater Brazos Valley to Vii 34texas�?T award winning newspaper a cited by associated press for journalism excellence 9 times in 1975 vol. 99 no. 282 sunday november 9,1975 44 pages in 4 sections 25 cents Chuck Mccollough if Compromise talks open moroccans mass for March tim you ask me conman Are always first when it comes to imagination. Their latest gimmick is to pose Agadir Morocco apr unarmed moroccan marchers were reported massed saturday to enter the Spanish Sahara at a third Point As King Hassan ii and a Spanish Cabinet minister reopened talks on a possible Compromise Over the disputed territory. The moroccan newspaper la opinion quoted a Field correspondent As saying As firemen or fire marshals a Large group was preparing to open the and go door to door offering new front just 30 Miles West of the free a safety algerian Border a joining the 120,000 Austin has had a number of marchers facing a Spanish minefield such cases lately. It turns out and legionnaires Pear the Atlantic coast most of the false firemen were and an unconfirmed number at another front roughly Midway Between the coast and the algerian Frontier. Antonio Carro Martinez Spain a minis Jas of the premieres office flew Gadi Morocco a equipment salesmen prote panics. Once inside they Homeowner How is House was an temporary capital after a discussion of the crisis by the Spanish Cabinet on Friday. King Hassan received Carro in his Agadir Palace. Among others attending the session were moroccan Premie Ahmed Osman and foreign minist it Ahmed Lara i. Before the meeting Between hasten and Carro began moroccan information minister Ahmed Agibin Frehim told newsmen a you inn expect decisive turn of events in to he did not elaborate statement was widely regard formation of reports that a Cor was in the making. Those at the first oper crossing the Border thursday Taraya but stopped when they cd Ell him just the get Guip Mike it _ Lief Tere Virlier this Bounty. A Salesman working for a Home Protection company left the Imp Ewon Hewer Tolotti fire Marshall a fireman and conducted a a safety inspection the matter was straightened Lull of flu both the Brit and College station fire Lle Partri its give free Home safety inspections the resident prepare teits Quot dissuasion line of in Bendure and legionnaires Miles a Oss the Frontier. Milk a officials Satik the second opening was made by trut\mgl00,000 other volunteers to an areppnl20 Quot an apparent attempt a around the Lan Niin so but newsmen in the area saw Only an Sta lated 5,000 marchers at one Point to 80 transport trucks at another int. Lim ii in ii i m ii of a or Fin co of ration has to Ision wit Ana tempt to deprive Tolje yen Abitanto of their determination Marc it Intel 30, hot. Of a a ii i iwo. V a i amp \ in thousands of moroccan marchers Kneel for prayers talks reopened saturday for Sahara Compromise but Only we requests it. Thy do not go door to door asking to do inspections. If any local Farson gets an offer for a Frek inspection beware. It May Ether be a Salesman or a Thi Eivy casing your Home for goods to steal. In either Case Contact to police and fire department. The Bryan Library has established an area where smokers May read and puff away at the same time. It is the businessman a suite on the second floor. Smoking is prohibited in other parts of the Library by state Law. Signs scattered around the Library Point out smoking is punishable by a Fine a up to $200. The designated smoking area was established to enable smokers to use the Library and still enjoy their habit. Alue Washington a president travels to an economic Summit Feigt ice in Paris on Friday As the a Asur department and state department disagree about whether it is Worth Lule. French resident Valery Giscard Deestaing proposed the meeting several months ago and Foi finally a grated to attend Atter Secretary of state Henr a. Kissinger of Rhode Treasury department objections tha nothing could be gained by to. Besides France pc the United states Heads of of verment from Germany great a Ain Japan and Italy fill attend. The United stat warned to Laclede Canada by lers especially France objected. The three Day Summit will begin saturday at the chateau ram Bouillet a lastly about 45 Miles outside Paris. Ford will be accompanied Aby Kissinger and Treasury Secretary William e. Simon. Formed treasures Secretary George p. Shruntz Wil preliminary meeting tils week London where the age Summit will be in Ken lip one administrate argued a a there a not about. All they can to in Cial Init Lind Asra pledge to keep the world Ouy if pression we i they Doubr do state depart Leat offices agree tri Arlt Boft Little of substance probe my will be a com wished at the meeting but they thinks it is important for the United states to attend. In stakes Are tory Larj in generating closer open Between the United and pan a said another oficial. Who Dilt it want to be identify we Don to it there will be a tendency f it a he tipans to look inward Japan lot if toward the Pacific an Jyoo Basin and for the/7nited states to be isolated in Ford is exceed to deliver a major . Portion statement on Energy that my include a proposed so called minimum Selling Price for Oil of Between 17 and $8 a barrel. The state department Hopes to win Dement to the other Industry a nation to a minimum Oil in order of protect costly Inners in othe Energy Fields. Re Treasury Arni state Dement officials mph Ford will to Summit to . Port for Ine in Gaul initiations in Garleva. Two people involved in an Accident Friday afternoon on Texas ave. Must have Felt like Bonnie and Clyde. Police cars from College station and Bryan descended on the scene of the Accident within minutes. As it turned out the two crunched vehicles were right on the Boundary line for Bryan and College station. The is police arrived first and probably scratched their Heads trying to figure out who would handle the Case. They got together with fellow officers from Bryan and determined the Point of Impact was indeed in Bryan thus giving the bad lawmen jurisdiction. Although the chances of a mishap occurring right on the Boundary Are slim it does happen every now and then. A Bryan officer at the Friday Accident said there have been collisions at the Boundary line at Inlow and College ave. One Law enforcement source said he remembers an Accident which really had police baffled. It happened he thinks somewhere near Hensel Park. The cars came to rest in such a Way it was hard to determine if Bryan College station or University police had jurisdiction. Oil understanding needed for policy by Hank Wahrmund Eagle staff writer John Wolfe executive vice president for Mobil Oil corp., says the Oil Industry is the Only american Industry which has to suffer from discriminatory taxation. Wolfe a 1942 graduate of Texas a amp a University spoke in the Zachry engineering Center Friday for the a amp a College of engineering lecture series jointly sponsored by the american society for engineering education. He discussed National Energy policies As they relate to Oil companies and the Public. Quot we at Mobil and Oil companies everywhere Are literally agonizing Over where we can get More Oil to meet the United states rising demands a said Wolfe. A in looking at our Short term goals and needs we Are facing Tough times even without another Arab Oil Wolfe said the . Currently imports about 37 percent of its Petroleum needs making it even More vulnerable to a repeat embargo now than it was in 1973 when the Arab embargo took place. A i easily realize How bad the see Oil Page 5a a wire photo Foster parents provide shelter for abused child by june t. Bonarrigo Eagle staff writer lard was just six months old when a Friend who seen the family since the baby was born came to expect edly. About seeing her friends first child she was Ard to playing with the infant and talking with its. As not in sight and when she asked if she Mother brought Janet into his Little in Horroc at the sight she encountered in the 9ftfflrinch-filledsmom. Richards Little hands an veet were bound to his crib and his Mouth was stuffed Wilh Cotton and taped closed. He obviously Hadnot had his dealers changed perhaps in several Days. He was thin and Pale and obviously in poor health. When Janet demanded to know what happened to the boy his parents said they Stop him from crying so they bound and gagged him and left him there so they have to listen to him. Not knowing what to do but obviously concerned for the safety of the infant Janet contacted another Friend who was an attorney and he advised her to can the police. The child was ultimately removed from the Home and placed in the care of Foster parents while Richards natural parents underwent rehabilitative therapy to help see Foster Page 5a Texas a amp a linebacker de Simonini shows the elation of scoring his first collegiate touchdown saturday. Fellow linebacker Garth ten Napel made the hit on sum halfback Arthur Whittington and Simonini scooped up the Fumble in mid air and raced 48 Yards for the age second touchdown. See Page in for More details. Photo by Peter Leabo Franco Given transfusion Madrid Spain apr doctors gave Gen. Francisco Franco 14 pints of blood saturday and sought to relieve his pain with sedatives after an operation for removal of two thirds of his ulcerated stomach. A late night medical bulletin read by information minister Leon Herrera said the 82-Yearold Francois condition still was a very grave but there was no pos operation Haemorrhaging. He added that the Generalissimo continued under treatment of a kidney machine to reduce toxins in his blood. Thanks to you ifs working these organizations have too per cent employee participation in the Bryan Brazos county United Way Campaign. Travi elementary school Johnson elementary school Sui Ross elementary school Ray Criswell distributing co Central Texas hardware a Edwards a sons Allen Olds Cadillac Honda inc Bonham elementary school Carver Kemp school City National Bank first Bank i Trust International shoe co Laboratory tri state Aam inc the Eagle b l s d. Educational services Center Anson Jones school International shoe co. Administrative of lice staff International shoe go maintenance group Lone Star Gas company retired senior Volunteer program wonder Lite enterprises Crockett elementary school a is chamber of Commerce Anco insurance Moore business forms pen Walt corp More obstacles seen in Hearst trial san Francisco a the first Legal hurdle has been cleared in the Patricia Hearst Case but More obstacles await the heiress on the Long and complicated course to trial. . District court judge Oliver Carter who ruled miss Hearst mentally competent to stand trial has scheduled a Haring for monday and is sex will begin. In his ruling Friday Carter settled one crucial Issue a miss Hearst a mental com sentence a but anticipated others stressing that her trial on Federal Bank robbery charges should Start soon. But miss Hearst a defense team gearing up for a major pre trial bout will oppose going to trial before 1976 a petted to say when her trial and that could be the first Issue to take the Hearst Case into the appeals courts. Other Legal wrangling is expected Over the defense teams efforts to give the heiress private psychotherapy at a Hospital. Judge Carter who agrees that such treatment should be provided says it can be administered Only at the san Mateo county jail where miss Hearst 21, is being held without bail. A i assume that the judges finding is final a said defense attorney Albert Johnson. A of course the avenues of Appeal Are always appeals on any issues in the Case could stall miss Hearst a trial past the dec. 27 starting Date favored by the government. But even the prosecutor . Atty. James l. Browning jr., says he Hopes the defense will ask a higher court to resolve one Issue a How speedy is a speedy trial a new Federal speedy trial act requires trial within 90 Days after arraignment but does no to say whether time consumed by psychiatric tests a six weeks in this Case a should be excluded from the 90 Days. Should Carter set the trial to begin by dec. 27 a meeting the 90-Day requirement fund drive in Bryan reaches 94 per cent Bryan a the Bryan Brazos county United Way Campaign has made it big. Drive chairman Bookman Peters says a we Are at 94 per cent of our goal which is $135,925.�?� a i am very optimistic and extremely pleased with the response that this Campaign is receiving and we expect to reach our goal in the next to Days a Peters reports. The Money currently received is $128,500. Peters said that the remaining will definitely be collected in the next to Days and he thanked the Media for their cooperation in making the successful Campaign action Lino it it service of Tho Elogio to a Niwor quotient on import Tony Tuot Oil provide go Norol to motion throughout Tho Brood Volley you con Reech action Lino by Colling 123 0ss7 or by writing action Lino editor Tho Englc. To Box i Bryon question a do you have to be native born to be president of the United states Isnit Ronald Reagan running for president and Wasny the originally a Canadian answer a yes you must be native born to be president according to the Constitution of the United states. But precedents have been established that allow anyone born outside of the . But whose parents were already american citizens temporarily living outside the country e.g., in an american embassy working overseas to run for the office. Reagan has not formally announced his candidacy for office but he is eligible nonetheless. He was born in Canada but his parents were . Citizens at the time. Naturalized citizens of the . Are not eligible to run thus Henry Kissinger could never be legally eligible for the office of president. He was born in Germany and has since established Legal american citizenship. Question a you mentioned the Rice bands possible show at this years game in Houston. I understand several state a amp a former student clubs have planned something special for Rice a band. What is it answer a Many a amp a alumni throughout Texas have reportedly vowed to leave their seats during the Rice halftime after the aggie band performs or else literally turn their backs on the Rice in of so Eagle agriculture .11b editorial 4a family. .1c-8c sports 1b-7b want ads. .9c-12c partly Cloudy and Cool with a slight Chance of showers tonight. High today 85. Low tonight 54. Family want ads Days 2 lines 3call 822-7581 a i

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