The Taylor Daily Press from Taylor, Texas on August 31, 1978 · Page 9
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Taylor, Texas
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The Taylor Daily Press, Thursday. August 31,1978, Page 9 Classified Ad Dept. REAL ESTATE *2. MOUSES FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE 70? Willow Street, Granger. 2 bedroom 1 bath. George Heger Real Estate, 859 2202 Bor 859 2107 H, COUNTRY-WESTERN All Motonry, S*potat« l.t, with Ca#i •drfll Roof and C*dor Benmv Energy fully lniula**d wndowt, wallt and aWic. lorg* Cov*r*d Icnted* Potto • Summ»r**ood ROOSE REALTY 352-6135 352-7711 ENERGY SAVER! The "Contemporary" 3BR 2-bath-2 car paneled garage Large Lot, Bay window dining area, insulated windows, walls and attic-Summerwood ROOSE REALTY 352-6135 352-7711 65. LOTS & ACREAGE SUMME R WOOD SUBDIVISION Hwy. 95, 1 mile north of THS. Home and homesites now available. Call for information 352 7013 NORTHWEST TAYLOR Choice residential lots. Walking distance to beauty shop, high school, hospital, clinic and shopping center. Good investment property, or for home construction. REPA REAL ESTATE 352-6365, 352-3187, 352 5738 5 acre restricted building sites, Southwest of Taylor, Jonah Waterline. Jeanette Polach 352 6269, Nanette McVay 352 5679, Don Smith Properties 201 B. West 4th, 352-7877 LOTS Build your house among other custom houses. Prices start at $6500 Call: MARY ALYCE STILES 352-2491, 352 2136 Lester Jacobson Realtors BEL AIR SUBDIVISION Choice, restricted homesites at Davis & North of Mallard Lane. Near hospital and adjacent to High School property. A.J. ZVONEK Developer 352 6975 66. MOBILE HOMES Two bedroom mobile home. Rock front, lot 140 ft., front sleeping porch and closed front porch. 859 2938 in Granger. 68. REAL ESTATE, MISCELLANEOUS Classifieds < on tinned from page s 70. ROOMS FOR RENT ROOMS — Some with kit chenettes; weekly monthly basis Taylor Motel, 352 2116, 401 W 4th. Trail Motel, 352 6353. 72. WANTED TO BUY Want to Buy—5 or 10 acres of land, within 5 miles of Taylor. Call Gary Beran 352 3529 73, WANTEDTORENT, LEASE Wanted to Rent—Nice 2 3 bedroom house. Pref. country Will look at those in town. Taylor Austin area. 352 7942. transportation 75. AUTOMOBILES 1973 Ford Pinto. Air con dition, heater, 4 speed standard. Call 859 2168 1976 Chrysler Cordoba Loaded, AM FM stereo, 8 tract, power windows and seats. Call 352 6343 or 3523206. 1962 Chevy Pickup. White spoke mags, good tires, side pipes, AM FM 8 tract. $700. Call Jim at 352 6974. 1974 Plymouth Duster, 6 cyl., AT, AC, PS. Call after 5 p.m. 352 3228 1968 Pontiac Bonneville One owner. Call 898 2478. 75 AUTOMOBILES 1976 Ford Pickup CB, stereo, AC, camper, e.c. 39,000 miles. Take payments, 20 left. 352 2159 1963 Chevy Pickup SWB, camper, six, good condition throughout, economical. Need to sell this week. 862 3277 after 5:30p.m. 1975 Oldsmobile wagon. Loaded, all power, new tires, extra clean. Call 352 3489or after 5:00, 352 7758. 1969 Dodge Custom Pickup, 318 engine, automatic, fleetside, air. Call 352 6656 or see at Riverside Chemical Co., Hwy 79 east of Taylor. 1978 Dodge Aspen wagon. AC, PS, PB. Low mileage, economical car. Call 352 3489or after 5:00, 352 7758, 76. RV'S CAMPERS Camper shell, fits imported pickup truck. Less than 1 year old. $140. 352 6142. 77. MOTORCYCLES 1975 Honda 400 Super Sport. Excellent condition. Asking book price. No reasonable offer refused. M E. Balko, 1 793 2442, Burnet EMPLOYMENT 85 EMPLOYMENT, HELP WANTED Needed— Experienced elec I trician helpers. Call 352 ! 6245. NEED FORK LIFT OPERATORS, TRUCK DRIVERS, YARD HELPERS, COMPONENT SAW OPERATORS. Good Pay, Insurance & Retirement Benefits Apply in Person Only STRIPLING-BLAKE LUMBER CO. 3400 Steck Ave. Austin, Texas 2 ACRES With building & trees Excellent business location on Hwy. 95 REPA REAL ESTATE Joe or Steve 352-6365, 352-3187, 352-5738 78. AUTOSERVICE & REPAIRS HELP WANTED PRODUCTION WORKERS AND ASSISTANT OPERATORS Steady work with major corporation. Must be 18 years or older. Apply in person. ANDERSON, CLAYTON &C 0 . THORNDALE OIL MILL (Hwy. 79 East) Thomdale, Texas No phone calls please Equal Employment Opportunity Employer M/F OPENING SOON Sept. 1st McALESTER MUFFLERS 8. CUSTOM SWOP DUAL EXHAUST SYSTEMS • STOCK REPLACEMENT. EXHAUSTS GLASSPACKS • TAIL PIPES CARS - TRUCKS - BUSES - MOTOR HOMES ASK ABOUT OUR CONDITIONAL GUARANTEE CUSTOM PIPE BENDING OUR BUSINESS IS EXHAUSTING' with Glasspacks 85. EMPLOYMENT, HELP WANTED Experienced construction workers needed Call 352 5038 or 352 3572 nights. WantedT Full or part time draftsman. Call 352 5038. Cook Wanted. Apply in person only. Nophonecalls. Rowe Valley Restaurant Housekeeper, 7 3 rotating shift. Apply Sweetbriar Nursing Home, 352 3684. Part time delivery Flexible hours 503 Mallard Lane, T aylor. Excellent earning for part time work with a Taylor Daily Press Carrier route. Apply now at 211 West 3rd Street in Taylor. WANTED Aids and or derlies for nursing care, maids for housekeeping and laundry, and kitchen helpers. Contact Jean Harrison, Taylor, 352 3684. Janitor needed im mediately. Floor care and general janitorial duties. Call Jean Harrison, Taylor, 352 3684. MANAGER TRAINEES Due to rapid expansion in the Williamson County area, 7 Eleven Food Stores are looking for manager trainees. You can earn up to $200 per week. Company benefits include profit sharing, Credit Union, paid 2 weeks vacation after 1 year. Apply dt 7 Eleven in Taylor from 6:00 3:00 p.m. weekdays. A division of Southland Corporation. Equal Opportunity Em ployer. Wanted: Credit Manager for local department store. 36 hours a week. Knowledge of bookkeeping not required. Will train. Send resume to Box 1040 K c/o Taylor Daily Press. Need carpenter's helper. Call 352 2718 after 6 p.m. ELECTRICIAN. Requries 4 years in plant electrical maintenance, ability to install and repair industrial electrical apparatus and components used in a lime plant. Must have ability to supervise. Must be able and willing to climb. Starting rate open. Apply Austin White Lime on Howard Lane, North of Austin City Limits. For more in formation call 255 2240. EOE, M/F. ROTARY KILN TRAINEE Must be able to climb and to work under lime dust conditions. Requires ability to read and write, interpret instrumentation, and learn production process. Must work rotating shifts. Starting rate $3.50 per hour. Apply at Austin White Lime on Howard Lane, north of Austin City Limits. Call 255 2240 for more information. EOE,M/F. HYDRATOR OPERATOR TRAINEE. Will assist in operating hydrator and related equipment. Must be able to learn to operate equipment, interpret in strumentation and complete production forms. Will work in lime dust condtions and will be required to work rotating shifts. $3.50 per hour. Apply at Austin White Lime on Howard Lane, north of Austin City Limits. Call 255 2240 for more in formation. EOE, M/F. 85. EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED UTILITY PERSON Will sweep, shovel, and maintain area in lime plant. Must be able to work in dusty con ditions and to climb $3,25 per hour. Apply at Austin White Lime on Howard Lane, north of Austin City Limits. Call 255 2240 for more information. EOE,M/F. 86 EMPLOYMENT, WORK WANTED Will do housekeeping, 5 days a week, Monday thru Friday. Call 352 2716 bet ween 6 p.m & 8 p.m. CLASSIFIED RATES Dutch siege expert He puts terrorism on the couch Words Time 20 ? 00 s »0 Times Times 8 00 12.00 21 22 25 30 35 40 50 2.10 2 20 2.50 3 00 3 50 4 00 5 00 8.40 8.80 10.00 12.00 14 00 16 00 20.00 12 60 13.20 15.00 18 00 21 00 24 00 30 00 One Month 22 00 23.10 24 20 27 50 33 00 38 50 44 00 55 00 Rates Classified Display available upon request. Card of Thanks—$5.00 for first 100 words, 10 cents per word thereafter. The above rates are based on consecutive insertions without change of copy or classification. Any change in ad after being set is subject to composition charge of 50 cents. Skip dates are charged at the one day rate No ad vertisement subject to cancellation or change until after first insertion. All appreviations, initials, small groups of numerals count as one word. Hyphenated words count as two words. There will be 50 cent charge for confidential box number on all blind ads. The Press will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. The Press reserves the right to edit, classify, index or reject any classified subject. DEADLINES Counter and telephone ads accepted until 9 a.m. day of publication. Classified display ac cepted until 12 noon business day prior to publication. Dial 352-3621 And Ask For A Friendly Ad-Visor Midland Publisher Dies At 46 By Arturo (innzalei Jr. ASSEN, The Netherlands (NEA > — When revolver- toting Moluccan terrorists stormed the Drenthe provincial government building here in the northern Netherlands several weeks ago, taking 72 hostages, the very first thing Dutch authorities did was to call for a doctor. Not a scalpel-wielding surgeon to treat battlefield casualties, but a psychiatrist. He's Dr. Dirk Mulder, the 54-year-old specialist in the psychosis of siege, an internationally acclaimed expert at putting terrorists “on the couch” in an effort to end mass kidnappings with a minimum of deaths. “We had to track Dr. Mulder down in Canada this time,” reveals a Dutch official. He took the first jet back once we told him that another siege was under way and he was at the government crisis center near here in just a few hours, helping us decide on tactics The be-speetacled Dr. Mulder is a mysterious figure, a long-time consultant to the Dutch military and justice departments who has a reputation as world expert in the delicate business of persuading trigger-happy gunmen to release their hostages and lay down their arms. This l^eiden University-educated specialist played a key role in the lifting of two 1975 Dutch sieges; next he masterminded the tense negotiations that marked the long train and school sieges in 1977. Now he has a 1978 incident to put in his ever- thickening case book. Often his first tactic is to persuade the surrounded terrorists to take into their redoubt telephones connected directly to him at a crisis center. He much prefers the private, soft- toned communication made possible by telephone to the impersonal blasting of demands by bull-horn. Significantly, he also orders the military’s armored car machine guns turned away from the terrorists to ease their sense of imminent threat. “We try to calm the kidnappers and give them the idea that we take them seriously,” he explains. When he knows who the kidnappers are he gets samples of their handwriting to study. Sometimes listening devices have been used to eavesdrop on the terrorists’ private talks. On his firm instructions, back.” The cheese in the trying to perform marvels trap which he continues to on a square inch of turf.” He place before them is that of sometimes develops consid- publicity for their terrorist erable respect for his oppo- cause. , nents. “I had a great esteem His conversations on the for the way he put things,” telephone constantly involve he says of Max Papilaya, the the search for an honorable 24-year-o’d Moluccan guer- formula where the terrorists rilla killed by more than .{00 can let their hostages go and Dutch bullets at the end of surrender without losing the 1977 train siege. Mulder face. It’s a technique which took to calling him, “my takes time but has often colleague on train 747.” { »roven to be the best psycho- Mulder is very close- ogical way of continuing a mouthed after a concluded siege without bloodshed, terrorist incident, shunning Nothing is hurried. If the most interviews. So. there’s terrorists make a tough de- no way of knowing if he fully mand of Mulder on the approved of the use of Dutch phone, he pretends that he's marines to storm the terror“looking for a pencil'' to ists on the two most recent write down the details, all occasions, a doomsday tactile time trying to phrase the tic that caused eight deaths psychologically correct in the last Dutch train siege, answer. and four casualties in the And yet, the doctor ending of the March 1978 cleverly wields a stick, too. Assen incident. The guerrillas are allowed to learn that Dutch comman- Rut the fact that he redoes a few miles away are mains one of the first spe- practicing on how to overrun cialists called when kid- their redoubt in 15 seconds, nappers strike has virtually Mulder likens his tech- clinched his reputation as nique to a game of poker for being terrorism’s number high stakes. “I sometimes one “shrink.” feel like a soccer player «newspaper kntekphise assn ) 1617 W. Second - Taylor Opening Special CUSTOM DUAL EXHAUST 95 Plus Tax For Most American V-8 Cars & Trucks BAGGER / LOADER. Will bag and load 50 and 80 lb. bags. Must be able to work under lime dust conditions, climb, lift, and operate a forklift. Will be required to work alternating day shifts and night shifts. $3.46 per hour. Apply at Austin White Lime on Howard Lane, north of Austin City Limits. Call 255 2240 for more in formation. EOE, AA/F. MILLWORK ESTIMATOR Growing Casework & Millwork Manufacturer has opening for Estimator or trainee with knowledge of architectural plans & specifications. ABC SCIENTIFIC Taylor - 352-6396 TRUCK DRIVER Have opening for experienced long haul truck driver. Must have good driving record. This is a permanent position. ABC SCIENTIFIC INC. Taylor 352-6396 HELP WANTED Part time sales person wanted. Experience de sired, but not required. Must apply in person, Mon. thru Fri. during the hours of 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. only. NO PHONE CALLS C.R. ANTHONY, CO. 318 N. Main St. Equal Opportunity Employer MIDLAND, Texas <AP) James N. Allison Jr., 46, president and publisher of the Midland Reporter- Telegram and prominent civic leader, died of pneumonia early today in a Houston hospital. He had been hospitalized the last month after undergoing surgery. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park. Allison owned the Plainview Daily Herald and the Alpine Avalanche. He also owned the Borger Hc»rald for brief period before disposing of it within the last year. The fourth generation newspaperman also was president at one time of the Stanton Reporter. He was president-elect of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association, a former president of the West Texas Press Association and a former director of the Texas Press Association. He had other business interests in Midland and was recognized among the community’s top civic leaders. Allison was born Dec. 4, 1931, at Lincoln, Neb., and moved to Midland with his parents in 1940 when his father, the late James N Allison Sr., purchased the Reporter-Telegram. He was graduated from Southern Methodist University where he was member of the Blue Key honor society. He was in the ROTC and was com mis sioned a second lieutenant in the Air Force upon his gradu ation from SMU. He then served two years overseas before returning to Midland to join the Reporter Telegram as a vice president. Allison resigned his ReporterTelegram position in February 1964 and, after working for The Associated Press at Dallas for a brief period, he moved to Houston to become a business con sultant. He directed George H.W Bush s successful campaign for Congress from Houston and later joined Bush’s staff in Washington. the names and addresses of the captives are never revealed to the press, thus eliminating a crescendo of arent and loved-one appeals on radio, TV and in the newspapers, all contributing to an unmonitored and uncontrollable rise in the aitch of hysteria which, in lis view, heightens passions and fears on both sides. Such radio and TV appeals merely raise the temperature,” he told a psychiatric group in Philadelphia, when delivering a medical paper on counter-terrorism some months ago. Another key tactic is his establishing set timetables for regular telephone communication as well as for the delivery of food and water, thus subliminally putting the terrorists in a position of dependence upon him and subtly establishing his authority over them. If the terrorists permit food deliveries, newspapers are also sent in each day so that the terrorists see their cause The Weathervane Nation By The Associated Press Showers and occasional thunderstorms continued today from the lower (¡real Lakes into western New England and along the Gulf Angeles 66 hazy, Coast from Florida into south neapolis-St Paul 62 Texas. Wet weather also was reported from Minnesota into northwestern Nebraska and thunderstorms. Pittsburgh f>2 rain. Washington 75 cloudy Western U.S.: Anchorage 54 cloudy, Denver 65 clear. Des Moines 64 clear. Fort Worth 70 clear. Kansas City 63 clear, I/is M in­ thunderstorms, Phoenix 84 clear. St. Louis 62 clear. Salt Lake City 74 windy, San Diego 70 cloudy, San Francisco 5« from northeastern New cloudy, Seattle 62 partly Mexico into southeastern cloudy. Colorado. Some rainshowers continued through the northern Rockies into northern Nevada and northwestern Utah. Light drizzle and fog occurred along the coast of the Pacific Northwest. Tropical storm Ella was moving slowly westward today, gathering strength. Forecasters said the storm. is being explained to the which poses no threat to land world. But Mulder has em- for the next two days, was ployed on occasions special strengthening rapidly and printers to subtly alter the could become a hurricane front pages to show in art- within 24 hours, fully created fake stories Cooler air moved into the that the guerrillas are tipper Great Lakes region slowly losing their credibility each day that they hold out. As he explains it, his psychology is to put the terrorists in a situation “where they will be in a narrow pipe in which they can only move cloudy Temperatures dropped into the 40s in northern port ions of Michigan and Minnesota. Elsewhere around the nation, temperatures were mostly mild and skies partly forward; they can’t go Allison was named deputy chairman of the Republican National Committee in April 1969 and served in that post until Dec. 15, 1970 when he resigned to organize a political consulting firm in Washington. He liquidated the firm and returned to Midland in the summer of 1974 to rejoin the Reporter­ Telegram as executive vice president. He became president and publisher of the newspaper on Jan. 28. 1975, succeeding his father, who had died on Jan. 14. Survivors are his wife, Linda; his mother, Mrs. James N. Allison Sr. of Midland; a daughter, Alyson Ann of Midland; a son, James N. “Jay” Allison III of Midland; two stepdaughters, Catherine Holloway and Marcia Holloway both of Dallas; and a stepson, Patrick Holloway of Midland Temperatures around the nation at 3 a.m. ranged from 38 degrees in Marquette, Mich., to93 in Blythe, Calif. The forecast called for showers and thunderstorms along the Atlantic (’oast and along the eastern Gulf Coast. A few showers also were expected to continue through the Pacific Northwest and Montana. A few thunderstorms were possible across southern Texas, Temperatures will remain seasonably warm through most of the country. Here are early morning temperatures and conditions from around the nation: Eastern U.S.: Atlanta 75 clear, Boston 70 cloudy, Chicago 64 clear, Cincinnati 63 rain, Cleveland 63 foggy, Detroit 59 clear, Indianapolis 60 cloudy, Miami 76 clear, Nashville 72 clear, New Orleans 77 foggy, New York 74 rain, Philadelphia 75 Canada, Montreal 61 clear. Toronto 55 clear. Texas Scattered thunderstorms were expected to rumble across East Central Texas and southern portions of West Texas today after night-long shower activity was reported in South Texas. Scattered showers were reported Wednesday nighl and early today along the Rio Grande from Presidio to Del Rio and along Ihe gulf coast between Corpus Christi and Beaumont. Rainfall amounts for the sixhour period ending at midnight included Cotulla with 1 57 i nches a nd a t race of rain at Del Rio. San Antonio, Victoria and Houston The shower activity in South Central and southern portions of West Texas today was expected to !>e in the area from about Del Rio, Austin and Beaumont southward. Highs were expected to be mostly in the 80s with extremes ranging from the lower 80s to the middle 90s. Skies were clear early today over West Texas and clear to partly cloudy over the remainder of the state. Early morning temperature readings were mostly in the 70s with extremes ranging from 58 at Amarillo and Dalhart to82 at Galveston. Early morning temperatures included 62 at Wichita Falls, 69 at Texarkana and Da Has-Fort Worth, 74 at Austin, 73 at Lufkin, 74 at Houston, 76 at Corpus Christi, 78 at Brownsville, 71 at Del Rio, 70 at San Angelo and 59 at Lubbock Rain was reported at Del Rio.

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