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Snyder Daily News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Snyder, Texas Kernel to a we in 496 a. Air. H a a v a a. V a a. S the Snyder daily news vol. 23 no. 126 Snyder Tex. 79549 Sun. Sept 24# 1972 3 sections 42 pages 15c the san column they be found another use for the Scurry count coliseum my this one May be die biggest yet. Thom attending the 1972 Scurry county fair apparent were Well pleased with the facilities at the coliseum this was the first time that the fair had been be there my it was evident from the very outset that i would be More convenient not Only for exhibitors by for visitors and the carnival and not Only in tin coliseum itself but also the parking facilities. Many commented in file desirability of Fin coliseum for file Booths individual exhibits the an show Flower show Etc. Also file facilities for the special entertainment new features this year a convenient. A now if we just had a Dace out Here to exhibit livestock my poultry it would be Complete a Saki More film one observer. A a a Rich Anderson the Borden county rancher who also is the Republican candidate for state representative in the 63rd District took advantage of the fair to do Amie visiting Here. He told of hic Campaign Kickoff event a few weeks ago when a heavy rain set in just As a number of guests arrived at his ranch for a Barbecue. A it really poured a said Anderson a and we already had Good Rains before find. But i told them i had been on a ranch too Long to Pray for it not to a a a the Rains produced some big mosquitoes around Here among other things. However City officials were pleased Over the a a kill which resulted from Aerial spraying on sept. 16�? the second time around. The first Aerial spraying had been less effective because it rained again the next Day. The second spraying however apparently got Good results and some Good Side effects were reported such As the demise of bugs which had been damaging do Trees Here in the Lade summer. A a a of you be Ever had hiccups you be probably heard of Many the latest according to the health insurance inst me is swallowing one dry Teaspoon of White granulated sugar. They say that latest experiments show this procedure Quot cured nine out of 20 cases of hiccups. Huds a better average than some of the older remedies. A a a and if you Are a Hay fever addict you May take some Comfort in the fact that you have plenty of company. There Are 13 million cases of Hay fever each year in this country. And this is the season. No less ism a Quarter of a million tons of ragweed pollen Are airborne diving the fall season and very few places in the country Are considered entirely free of Mcnair. A a a today in history today is sunday sept 24, he 268th Day of 1872. There Are 96 Days left in the year. Today a highlight in history on kids Date in 1956, president Dwight d. Eisenhower suffered a heart attack while on vacation in Denver Colo. On this Date in 1780, in the american revolution Benedict Arnold escaped to a British ship after attempting to betray the West Point fortifications on the Hudson River in 1789, the u a. Supreme court was being formed and president George Washington named John Jay of new York As the first chief Justice. In 1889, it was Black Friday in new York and panic on Wall Street after an attempt by financiers Jay Gould and James Fisk to Comer the Gold Market. In 1934, babe Ruth made his Farewell appearance As a regular player with file new York Yankees. In 1941, in world warn Allied governments pledged adherence to the Atlantic charter. In 1963, the . Senate ratified a treaty with Britain Aid the soviet Union limiting nuclear tests. Ten years ago Hie 9th circuit court of appeals in new Orleans ordered the University of Mississippi to a knit a Black applicant James h. Meredith. Five years ago Rescue Craft and planes wore sweeping Lake Michigan in a search of victims of a sudden Squall that pounded hundreds of fishing boats. One year ago Britain expelled 90 soviets for espionage activities. A a a the weather Snyder temperatures High Friday 70 degrees Low 52 degrees Reading at 7 a in. Saturday 52 degrees. Northwest and Southwest Tepas fair to partly Cloudy monday through wednesday with a slight wanning trend during the daytime. Continued mild at night. Widely scattered thundershowers Northwest monday and Over Southwest monday and Over Southwest tuesday. Highs near 70 Panhandle to near 90. North Central and Northeast Texas considerable cloudiness and mild with scattered thundershowers mainly Eastern portion monday through tuesday. Decreasing cloudiness Iron the West tuesday through wednesday. High in the 80s. Low 83 to 73. South Central and Southeast Texas partly Cloudy and mild monday through wednesday with a Chance 4 mainly daytime showers and thundershowers near file coast. High 83 to 92. Low 68 to 78. Uganda reports fighting denied by Tanzania Chuck . Kooiman an Early Scurry county rancher it shown standing by Tho Chuck Wagon used on a cattle drive he made about 1900. Koonsman was Tho father of Alvin Koonsman and Early Day water sources covered in ranch Book the late Jesse Koonsman Scurry county ranchers. This is one of the pictures used in the new Book prepared by the Snyder unit of ranch Headquarters association. A Early ranching and water sources in West Texas is the title of a new 56-Page Book which will go in Sale for the first time at Snyder a fourth annual ranch Day on sept. 30. The Book tells the stories of several Well known watering places in the Scurry county area used by the Early cattlemen when they brought their herds into this part of West Texas for the first time. The water theme was chosen because of the importance of water to the ranching Industry and a map showing Many Rivers creeks and Springs in Scurry and adjoining counties is also included. Or. . H Olden of Lubbock Well known As a historian and author wrote the foreword of the a Early ranching Book. Articles in the Book Tell about the head of tobacco country in Borden county Sweetwater greek seven Weils in Mitchell county pioneers Well on the Llano ranch in Garza county mid Coopers Canyon in Garza county Greene Springs Camp Springs rough Creek deep a Eek and the water Hole at Dunn. There is also a Story entitled a Winc kills legacy of the West and a Story about cisterns. There Are 15 articles in All and 50 illustrations. A Early ranching was prepare and published by the Snyder unit of ranch Headquarters association and is die third publication sponsored by the Snyder group. . Granter and mrs. . Parks jr., served As editors. An original a to color painting by Jay Huckabee was used on the front covet and a color photograph of Greene Springs by Cramer on the Back cover. A we feel that we were fortunate to have the help of the writers who contributed to kids new Book a Cramer said. A fall our contributors have shown their interest in preserving the history of our area by working with their local historical Survey committees museum organizations ranch Headquarters and on personal research projects. Two of the contributors or. Holden and or. Jane Gilmore Rushing Are professional writers who gave their time my research because of their interest in our project. A we would like to express our thanks to area residents who helped with the Book by loaning pictures to be used and id Jay Huckabee and Jess Everett who did paintings for the Book a framer added. . Parks jr., will serve As chairman of the Book sales committee. The Book will sell for 63 including tax an ranch Day and May be ordered by mail for 63.50. Orders should be accompanied by Check or Money order and May be sent to Parks at 2706 Twenty eighth Street Snyder Tex., 79649. Parks is also interested in contacting persons who would like to sell copies of the 1971 Book a first cattlemen on the lower Plains of West Texas and will pay 65, twice the original Purchase Price for copies in mint condition. Brazos Bill Brazos Bill is surround by a group of admirers after he restores Calm and quiet to the Frontier in Quot Brazos Bill and the indians Quot planned for presentation on ranch Day sept. 30. . Davis is cast As Bill. His admirers Are left to right Debra Coffee of Colorado City Retha Boyd sue Parham of Snyder and Patti Collier of Abilene. Photograph by Etc journalism department filipinos under martial Law big May help eradicate cancer Oak Ridge term. Apr a scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory says a Emeer treatment he has helped develop gives Promise of becoming in effective cure for the its ease through immunotherapy. Or. Michael Hanna or. Said Friday that injection of a chemical called big into Laboratory animals at Oak Ridge has been too per cent effective in eradicating cancer tutors and arresting the spread of Emeer cells. The Prospect of Emeer treatment using big has Bern discussed by immunotherapy its in recent months As a possible new alternative in fighting the disease. In Clearwater Beach fla., last March or. Frank c. Sparks of Urcla told a american cancer society seminar How a research team led by or. Donald Morton had injected big into the nodules on the skin of Melanoma patients and had melted the tutors away. Sparks said bog Bacillus calmette Grue ring was still highly experimental and was not ready for use by file average physician. Ofter work in the Field has been done by or. Edmund Klein of Buffalo n.y., or. Richard l. Simmons of the University of Minnesota and do. Herb Rapp my Bert Zbar of file National Institute it health ii Washington. Big Hanna said stimulates the body a natural immunological reactions against tutors to the Point where they Are Strong enough to eradicate the Emeer Cella. A i think we be now discovered How this works a he said. Big has helped overcome some of the limitations of the White blood cells the scavenger cells that normally destroy unwanted invaders Hanna said. When bog ii injected he explained the White cells a enter the tumorous area and attack the bog. In the process they also kill file Emeer a with big we be overcome some of the limitations of the White blood cells. When bog is injected they enter file tumorous Mea and attack the big. In the process they also kill the cancer Hanna said cancer researchers would meet in two weeks in Bethesda md., to discuss file big treatment and Nudie plans to test it on a wide scale in human embers. By the associated press the Philippines government proclaimed martial Law closed major newspapers took control of radio stations my Cut communications with the outside world today. President Ferdinand e. Marcos said in a broadcast heard in Malaysia that he imposed martial Law to a arrest the danger of a violent overthrow of the addressing the nation Over radio and television he said the martial Law did not Mem a military takeover my that civilian government would continue. Marcos said All colleges schools my universities would remain closed for a week starting monday. All mass Media both Domestic my foreign must Clear reports with his Malac Anang Palace before dispatching information or printing them. He Alk announced All Public utilities came under his governments control immediately. The drastic measures came amid unrest caused by the country a worst summer floods in history and a growing wave of bombings my terrorism culminating in an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate the defense Secretary Friday. Government sources said resident Ferdinand e. Marcos signed the martial Law decree transferring Power to military commanders late Friday. But Otho reports said the order was dated thursday and had been prepared before defense Secretary Juan Ponce by the associated press a Uganda military spokesman today reported heavy listing Between Uganda and tanzanian troops but a military spokesman for Tanzania denied Che claim. The Uganda source pinpointed Hie fighting in an area just inside Tanzania at the Border Village of Mutu Kula. He said a former ugandan official had been captured. There had been heavy casualties on the tanzanian Side he added. Tanzania a spokesman however declared the Border command reported everything quiet in Mutu Kula. In a statement broadcast by radio Uganda the spokesman said a there has been very hot fighting this morning Between the Uganda army and Tanzania troops and guerrillas my among the people captured at Mutu Kula Forest across the Border was Joshua Wak holi former minister of the Public service and Cabinet affairs in the former government. A emr. Wak holi was captured by the mechanized battalion and is reported to be severely wounded. It is not known if he will read Kampala. There were heavy casualties on the tanzanian Side and fighting is still going the spokesman said that a medical card belonging toll col. David Coyite Jook had been found near Mutu Kula my a it is Likely that Jook was killed during the Coyite Jook who fled to Tanzania after the overthrow of Uganda a former president Milton Obote in january 1971, was thought to have been commanding the guerrilla Force. The spokesman said Uganda would not Send its air Force to bomb the area a because that would affect Many innocent he appealed to Tanzania to withdraw its forces from the area. The latest report of London a Institute for strategic sullies says Uganda a army has 12,000 men to to ooh for Tanzania. Uganda has a 600-Man air Force and 21 combat planes while Tanzania has a 500-Man air Force and Only transports my trainers. Nixon appeals for demo votes Enrile escaped unhurt from shots fired into his car in Manila by unidentified gunmen who fled. A Manila police spokesman said three senators of Marcos opposition the Liberal party and a newspaper columnist were arrested but gave no reason. Gunshots were reported on the Campus of the state University where classes were ordered suspended. The University has been a Center of leftist activity. Freed pos not on plane Vientiane a the russian Aeroflot Airliner that was expected to carry the first american prisoners of War to be freed by North Vietnam since 1969 arrived in Vientiane from Hanoi today but the pos were not aboard . Television crewmen leaving file aircraft said. Two american television Crews had flown from Vientiane into the North vietnamese capital on the same Airliner earlier in the Day in the expectation it would return on its Way to Moscow with the freed pos. Waiting at the Airport to meet file scheduled flight were american ambassador g. Mcmurtrie Godley and other senior american diplomats. Godley told newsmen before the Airliner landed that he hoped to Board the plane and talk privately with the three release pilots if the men were aboard. By Frank Cormier associated press writer san Antonio Tex. A after wooing democrats president Nixon wrapped up a Texas Campaign swing today by boosting the state Republican ticket and claiming Success for his economic policies. Before flying Back to Washington he tarried at san Antonio International Airport to see mrs. Nixon off for a speaking Stop in Oklahoma City and to Confer with sen. John Tower. Republican Tower faces a Strong november Challenge from Democrat Barefoot Sanders. In a statement Nixon said the latest statistics show a we definitely Are on the right track with our economic a the latest Price statistics show that the 1969 rate of inflation has been Cut More than half a he said adding that a the Battle is not yet he said he is determined to pare the rate still further. At Floresville Tex., Friday night the president appealing for democratic votes said members of the opposition party should Only consider a what is Best for perhaps of equal interest he pictures Texas Democrat John b. Conn ally As a Man of destiny and the architect of a successful National economic policy All without mentioning vice president Spiro t. Agnew who conceivably could emerge As Connally a rival for the nations Juniest office four years hence. The president and mrs. Nixon spent the night at the Piscosa ranch of j an and Nellie con Nally before leaving Texas today. The Connally hosted a dinner of rib Eye Steak and Black eyed peas Friday night for several Hundred a democrats for Nixon a who included James and Elliott Roosevelt sons of the democratic president. Nixon told the ranch guests that he did no to like the term a democrats for a i would like you to talk a he sad a in terms of democrats for America which really puts it where it when a Democrat supports a Republican in a critical election he said a it cannot be simply on personal terms it cannot simply be on selfish terms it must be on terms of whether americans interest requires a Viet troops sweep towns Saigon apr the Saigon command announced today that 20,000 South vietnamese troops spearheaded by 200 armoured vehicles Are sweeping Southwest of Quang tri City and Hue aimed at a searching for and destroying the the chives Are a continuation of the Northern counteroffensive aimed at preventing North vietnamese forces from re occupying areas they had been chased out of earlier. The Saigon command said no fresh troops Are involved and those participating had been in place for weeks. South vietnamese forces recaptured Quang tri City sept. 15 after a Savage 80-Day Campaign although most of the northernmost province is still either controlled by North vietnamese forces or contested. Only three Days ago president Nguyen Van Thieu said in a nationwide radio address that the Victory at Quang tri was Only the beginning. Star Gazer 0 Aries a. 21 amp Utah. I re 9-10-23-341 5/47-57-66 / Taurus 0z\ a. To i w mat 20 5-14-21-30 7345-90 gemini pc or Juni ii 5\ 32-42-46-55 a 58-62-68 cancer Juni ii july iia a i 3 7-11 36-38-82-84 Leo jul a a Lawag. 22 of 215-27-45 5/65-71-78 Virgo a act 221 m52 1-64-81-83 026-35-49- by Clay r. Polla n your doily activity Guido a according to Tho Start. 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