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U-C— lUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Friday Morning. April 4, 1975 CHEYENNE, Wyo. (UPI) -|for Zoning Heads Deny Appeals For Changes Planning and Zoning Commis-' sioners toughened up Thursday night -and denied three of four requests for zoning changes. Low density apartment zoning WHS approved on the north side of 4th Street at Loop 289 in West Lubbock. Apartment zoning already exists across 4th Street and across the loop from the property. The request, submitted by Mauriece Deason for B. J. Mullins, now goes to the city council for consideration. | Schooli and plop pcd H on the But three other cases, if ap-! coim(CI . pealed, will go lo Ihe council! .., Io , v much tj() with recommendations for deni-i al. It will therefore require four- council votes in favor, of the new zoning if the commission! recommendations is overturned. Apartment vconing was denied al 8th Street and /Avenue T in keeping with an informal policy against single-lot apartment dc-l Beauty Shop Revamps Fur For Beaver In Exhibit Taxidermists t'laUy refused the job. A furrier said they couldn't do it. So her last resort was to talce Reginald to a woman who gain«d a bad reputation around town looking for a lion's mane. "I couldn't pawn the job off on anybody else," the history curator at the Wyoming State Museum said. "I bundled it up in a lab coal, covered up the head and tail, and took it to the shop." Marian Hus'ea carried her bundle through the streets lo Wright's Beauty asked stuffed beaver?" she the woman behind the counter. Joyce Befus, mansgfir of the shop, listened to' Mrs. Husea's story of ragged Reginald, and cheerfully decided lo transform him into a young dapper looking beaver for a planned exhibit on mountain men and fur trading. "Our museum director picked up Reginald when he was touring a museum in Canyon City, Tex.," Mrs. Husea said. "\Vhen he go't back however, we realized it was a little more beat up than we wanted in.our exhibit." Cub Scout Plans Meet Scheduled The Cub Scout Leaders of the South Plains Council, Boy Scouts of America, will be planning their 1975-76 program this Saturday. The meeting will be under the JeadersWp of Willie Beyer of Lubbock, a member of the Cub Scouting committee for the South Plains Council. The program planning session will be held Saturday at 2.p.m., in the First Federal Savings and Loan Association buildin^ 3815 SOth St., Lubbock. Beyer said the meeting will be attended by Cub Leaders from 129 Cub Fiesta Del Arte Exhibits [Packs representing over 3,800 Cub Scouts served by the Soutli Plains Council. The Council Cub Scouting program will be planned from May 11975 Ihiough April iB75, Ihe pro'{gram year for Cub Scouting nationally. This i$ the first session of this type to be conducted in vclopment. Protests from 14 property ODKSSA (Special)—The thirdiArte Guild, the show will bcne- owners convinced the commission lo deny a request for apartment zoning at 53rd Street and Louisville Avenue, an area now zoned for duplexes. And commissioners felt there is no industrial use that would be compatible with adjacent residences, so they turned down a requesl for light manufacturing zoning along Brownficldj Highway west of Chicago Avenue. Consideration ol industrial | /oning along Loop 289 between Ash Avtnuc and Quirt Avenue annual Fiesta del Arte will take place in the Eclor County Coli- fit the Rehabilitation Center for an Art Museum in Odessa. seum exhibit halls Saturday A k eynote feature of the show and Sunday. be a special "Arts and Now jointly sponsored by thcj Crafts" exhibit featuring unique ...._.,... ~_ . „.,._,.,„_,.•... Permian Basin Rehabilitation Center board and the Fiesta del anc( unusua | cra ft s . special Rape Charges Filed On Man! traveling show from the Texas I Arts and Crafts Fair in Kerr- jville includes such items as a handmade violin, a handcrafted [gun stock and soap stone carv- .lings. Invited ! most to Odessa are the •was delayed meeting. A 23-ycur-old Lubbock man until tho May {has been charged with aggra- mcn. Included are potters, jewelers, print makers, weavers, and leather artisans. More than craftsmen arc Soprano Set For Snyder App earance By ALINE PARKS A-J Correspondent SNYDER — Kathleen Mott (Germany) Opera since 1971, wil] be presented in a benefit program at o p.m. Sunday in tha Fine Arts Theatre at Western Texas College. The program is under the sponsorship of the Musical Coterie with proceeds to go club's scholarship fund. Lo the Mrs. Kaun, a 1961 graduate of Snyder High School, is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. R. Virgil Mott, of Snyder. She and her husband, Dr. Rcinhard Kaun, are visiting her parents here. Mrs. Kaun has recently signed a. two-year contract with the Augsburg (Germany) Opera and is to report to Augsburg i'nj August. • Mrs. Kaun attended Baylor; a special The Fiesta del Arte will present an Epicurean's delight of exotic pleasures for the discriminating palate. food, homemade bread, i , , r i. r - .u 8l art ists and ^, n , valcd rape and robocry for the hooked for the show knife-point rape of a West TC.X-, TnC[ . c „,,„ be anti as Hospital nurse March 9. display, plus a view of Charges were riled against!cars.Music will fill the iFelton Jones. 23, of 1;>I5 Avc. C- t | le s how fcatin ;before Justice of the Peace;Children's Fiesta 'Wayne LcCroy. i Janes, also under indictment '• for the Dec. 9, 1974. armed robbery of B & M Vending, was last reported in custody in a Kansas jail, but investigators said he was released before a Lubbock County warrant could reach Kansas authorities. According to the rape victim her assailii nt confronted her with a knife on the hospital's second floor, asking for drugs} and money. When she refused, police said, the man look her watch and $8 in cash, then led her into an empty hospital room where lie assaulted her. When another female hospital employee entered the room, officers said, the man tied the two together the South Plains Council since the new organizational structure for council operation was adopted this past January, Beyer said. Thos attending will also receive the material and 'information planned on a national levc pertaining to the American Bicentennial President's U.S.A., National Physical Fitness Program and Bicycle Safety program. These programs are designed for Cub Leaders to use in their Packs' programs. Other activities that will be covered are the Cub Day Camp, Lad and Dad Camp, and the Scout : O-Rama, according to Beyer. Mortar Board MAN- ON THE HOT SEAT—The new UCLA basketball coach Gene Barlow, left, tiells newsmen in Los Angeles Thursday that (he UCLA reqord—10 NCAA titles in 12 years —doesn't worry him. He said- he' hopes to produce more winners, and if he doesn't ]"it will' be recognizable very quickly." At right, is UCLA! . CAP Wirephotol athletic director J.D. Morgan. Led Healer most Soul fried chicken and Mexican food are only a few of. the treats available at the Fiesta del Arte each day. The hours of the Fiesta are 10 a.m. to S p.m. .Saturday and „„„,. noon i. Sunday. and lcf(. Police Forces To Expand With Rookie Addition Chinese Exhibit, Dinner Planned At City Church A .Chinese cultural exhibition featuring an appearance by Lord Michael Lindsay, a onetime personal friend of Mao Tse-Tung, will be Jicld Saturday. Lindsey, who became acquainted with"' ;Mao rr ~a'iid olrier a Chinese dinner set for New . Members Thirty junior women were tapped for membership Wednesday into Mortar- Board, Tech's honorary society for senior women. Membership selection is based on outstanding scholarship, leadership and service. For tapping, active members dressed in graduation caps and gowns, visited classes of the new members and announced their selection. Six: of the new Mortar Board members are from Lubbock. are Kathy Callaway, BartowT^kesUCLA i : • • '• Job Without Worry They , daughter of Jack Callaway, 5707 Geneva; Donna Marie George, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Henderson, 5214 17th St.; Martha Gully, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Gully, 2406 Slide Road; Cindy Jones, daughter of Mrs. Iris Jones, 49Q3 .43rd St.; Debra Susan Sellmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-Ralph Sellmeyer, 2^26 55th St., and Re- (bccca Shuman, daughter of Mr. University and was sradualcdj The ranks of the Lubbock Po-6 .p.m. in Ihe Education Build uc ^ catl " uman . daughter of Mr. from the University of Indianajltce Department will be in-|jng of First Presbyterian 1 -",';, c, Shuman, 331U in W66.with the bachelor of mu-!ercased today when 12 newjChurch. ' , JD H! bl sic degree. She earned the master of music degree from the University of Texas in 1969. A lyric soprano, she sings in German, French, and Italian. James Lamb, chairman of the Fine Arts Department at Western Texas College, will accompany Mrs. Kaun al the piano. The program will include "Noble Aigneurs" by Meyerbeer, "Jewel Song" by Gounod, rookies pin on their badges and| He and his wife are expected (to present their observations, on recent changes and develop- don the Sam Brown belt. The 12 new police men, ]3lus an officer fi~om the Parks De r partment will receive their certifications at 3 p.m. ceremonies at the Police Academy building on Municipal Drive. "Je dis" from Carmen, doux" by Massenet, the est 'Waltz Song" from and Juliet, Gounod's Romeo "Lisas aria' by Tschaikowsky, "Spring Song." "T\vij Little Flowers," and "The Waiting Soul" by Charles Ives, and "Charlie Turlage" and "Waltz" by Ann Street. Mrs. Kaun hopes ultimately rp,. .. tention of the audience at Pau-. The other new members and ji cy Pavilion where UCLA plays k their hometowns are: Sally' Lynn Best, Arlington; Deborah ments in China. A program of Chinese cultur-. al exhibits is slated before the dinner beginning at 4 p.m. Included on the program is a The ceremony, open to thejdemonstration of Kung-Fu, public, will mark the end of a 13-week training course which taught the rookies law enforcement procedures, driving techniques and physical fitness. City Manager N. B. McCullough is scheduled to speak at the graduation ceremony along with J. T. Alley Jr.. chief of police. Mew police include Larry Dworaczk, Dick Foster, Jim Griffin, Arch, Kel-! Chinese method o! self defense; an exhibit of paintings and sculptures from the National Palace Museum of Taiwan; a Chinese costume show; a demonstration of Chinese music and a folk dance demonstration. The program is sponsored by the Chinese Students Associa- LOS ANGELES CAP) — New: basketball coac-h Gene Bartow said Thursday he was at "complete peace of mind in replacing John Wooden who has accomplished miracles" at UCLA. The 44-year-old Bartow, heading west from Illinois where he was head coach just one year, said, "The UCLA record doesn't worry me because John is such a tremendous person. T hope we can win .and it will be recognizable very quickly if we don't" coached by the Woodon. who Tea ins year-old nounced his retirement, have won the National Collegiate Athletic Association championship 10 of th e last 12 years. Athletic Director J. P. Morgan who personally was responsible for choosing Bartow, told a news conference, "This is a joyous and-.sad occcasion for me personally. .It is sad to see John Wooden leave but joyous to-have Gene Bartow as the new head basketball coach." • Wooden did not' attend the conference and.Morgan said it was the retiring coach's own decision. Bartow thus had the full at- '•'No qne replaces John Wooden as . John Wooden." Bartow ^ "His 10 national championships was a miracle in itself. I; hope to keep the high 1 quality basketball program go- iug at .UCLA. "John said he didn't want to rfetire ;\vit!iout leaving the next raan some pretty good players and.he did just that." •Returning to the UCLA var- sity'are three starters from the NCAA championship club—Rich Washington who was voted the ,its home games. Spawning Time Again At Toledo Bend THE SPAWNING SEASON has come once again to Toledo Bend Reservoir. The black bass, according to. Joe Cloud of Six Mile Marina, are in the spawning process, and crappic are moving into spawning areas. It would appear that spring is in full swing on this Texas-Louisiana border lake. The .blacks, at l<jst report, have been caught in water from 12 feet and up to the shoreline. Most every kind of lure is working, including some top-water action. The bass are scattered, with some concentrations in the woods, some on the fiats, and some on points. Crappie are moved into the flats on or. around mossbcds. They are ready to spawn and are moving on points also. They are being caught on maribou jigs,'spinners, and on Settle Spins in water from 10 feet lo water of a lesser depth. One fantastic catch of fish in the last'couple of weeks was turned in by the Ray Estill party from the Kermit Pharmacy in Kermit. They caught 265 fish in not quite two days of fishing with guides. The are moving, but not in the shallower water yet. The lake is full, the dogwood is beautiful, and everything's good. . LET ME give you some friendly advice," said I. B. Pate of Sportsman's Lodge on ^ak Creek Lake, "and that's to just not bother to bring your light sporting tackle to bass fish Oak Creek for the next few weeks." Pale went on to say that' during the past few days he heard of half a dozen lines being broken. Adding, "these Oak Creek bass are fat and sassy, and they won't show anybody any respect..." The best string of the past few days was hauled in by Vernon Edwards and Geovge Hondrix of Odessa, with 28 blacks to six pounds, 11 ounces. Robert Knox of Odessa caught a lop fish of six pounds, 14'ounces. Q. B. and Jack McMahon of pdessu strung seven fish, with a couple over four. Norman Clayton, of Earth, scored on seven blacks. Pale signs off with "There jusl no way this lake could be in better shape than it is now. Wilh spawning coming on, where could you fish that offers a better chance to land a real trophv bass lhan Oak Creek Lake?" • • • LAKE J. B. SPIENCE, a Colorado River impoundment where [Ihe dam is might nigh in the city limits of Robert Lee, keeps j turning out fish to label it "a real comer." For about the last three weeks, according to Make and Judv Reasonover of Hillside Grocery and Bait, the crappie have been biling and the black bass are starling to notice the bait. The catches have been rather abundant. Odessa is a town supplying many Spence anglers. Such as the following and their catches: Frank Short, C,,D. Harris and W. H. Harris — 30 catfish to three pounds and a pair of stripers to five., pounds. Jimmy Chestnut, with the help of D. J. Massey, strung half a dozen black bass. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dcwoody led 26 crappie to two po.unds to their fish basket.'Harvey Chapman caught 17 crappie and seven catfish to three 'pounds. The McCamey Bass Club has been at I,ake Spence recently. So has the Clovis, N.M.. Bass Club. tournament's most valuable) TEXAS' endangered bald eagle population is holding its own player, Anclro McCartcr and Marques Johnson. Returning also is Ralph DrplUn^er, the 7-fool-l No. ] re- ser\f; who was instrumental in the title tournament victories DVO.V : Louisville and Kentucky whien UCLA first won 75-74 in overtime and then beat tha Wildcats 92-S5 for t h e championship. B« said that had he left and even increasing somewhat. A survey of eagle nests made in February by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department wildlife biologist John Smith revealed an additional nesting pair of eagles on the Louisiana border, which brings the statewide total to live pairs of nesting, adult bald eagles. • The five nests contained seven fledgling eagles and. according to Smith, this is the best reproduction of eagles in Texas in the past eight years. Two nests are located in the Victoria area, and two more in Ihe Houston area, with the new nest found in Orange County;' "In the past," said Smith, "the four old nests were producing lllirtois, where four years re-bnly two. lo four young birds per yeaV. mauied.on his contract, to go! "\\' e cannot account for the increase in reproduction but an anywhere but UCLA that Ath-[examination of food parts found in the nests indicate that the ,ei«: Director Cecil Colcmaiij ea gi e s are changing their diets from fish to birds and small mi|gh t, have had Iho eights. secondjmammals. "This means that the birds could-be taking in less pesticides Bolt, Amarillp; Nari Brincgar, Dallas; Valerie Suzanne Brown Longview; Dottie Buchanan' 1 Waco; Janet Detamore, Hous-i ton; Donna Kay Dodson, Midland; Carol Foxha]l, Memphis; Teresa Ann Garland, Dalas- Sherry Griffin. San Antonio; Kyle Hewitt, Midland; Margaret A. Maki, Houston; •Danna M a 1 o n c, Graham; Rhonda Lynn Mickelson, Wichita Falls; Cindy Mikel. Lewisville; Susan Marie Myers, Bedford, Indiana; Victoria L. de- Exhibition Linescores UCLA is UCLA in bas- am i c(M \a account for the young birds." tv * X IUSl a - S r 1? P* me is ! F! or >da leads the nation with 150 nesting pairs of eagles, Notre Dame m football, Bar-| fo |iowed by some 75 pairs in California and then the five to low said. 'I think most people coir »n nmv* in T^VOC tion of Texas Tech University. I jer, San Antonio; Rita A. Read ------- ' m fl/fT I el- MIA . Amarjllo; Patty Shannon/Fort' to return to thn United States |ley. Randy McGuire. Marvin snd sin? at the Metropolitan. jNipper Jr.. Bobby Price. Butchl |?7' „£. ~p vf m. ir >i n 3 She has sung the title roies in Ralston. Tommy Robinson, Ron' TT eon, J. i uuiuUslt Hou.-itarl £t^ Loui.Y Dlcrker. 10J 000 01M— ~, 9 -' 000 700 21X—10 10 0 f6V Grander Schcrman 171 K. Forscfi fSI and .luiv.e; Ostecn. Hrabosky ffii, sadeclii (3, and .Simmons, nulolnh fl). W—Oslecn. Li—Dicrkcr. HRs—Hoi^lon, Centre. Johnson. Philadelphia .Montreal Oil 001 U6U—3 VI 0 010 000 Oiv—< 7 0 Garbcr. Hocrner (6'i U'stt (Si and .... siaru Rcnko, Moore <7) Taylor '9> and Foote. Carter <a). \V—Moore. L—Walt. HP.—Philadelphia. Hutton. r.lchmoni} 100 000 100—J B 1 Atlanta 012 000 OOv— ;i 3 1! Devine. FreemanCi). Hunna <5>, (Si and Ereazeala, Murphy (fit; P " ' "' anil Dales. W-P. Mil—Atlanta. B.ik- feel the same way. Cecil could I understand. He is a friend of imirie." Nfeilhcr Morgan nor Bartow wofiTd discuss terms of the con- trs»ct which no doubt was a mutti-year pact. T75ie new coac.h first became weK-known in this area when his Memphis State team of 1973 reached the NCAA finals where it lost to the Bruins. A native of Brovrning, Mo., Bartow graduated from Northeast Missouri Statis in 1953 and coached at Valparaiso University in Indiana for six years before spending four years at Memphis Stale. seven pairs in Texas. cighi operas. "Arabella" by Strauss. "Rusalka" by Dvorak,"D P r Roscnkavalier" by Strauss. "La Traviata" by Verdi. "Schwanda" by \Yeinricrgcr, "Poppca" by Monteverdi, "Ri- solctto 1 ' by Verdi, and "The Klixir of Love" by Donizetti. "Nursing, Health Seminar Slated At Texas Tech Scott, and Bruce Sickles. Henry j McCollough will join the Parksj Dc-partmcnt after the ceremony. Corpus Christ .and Jo Anna Vernotti, Waco „ , Tho nm>, nrmi-nK/i- 'H t Hoaly. Stmson iTji Curl ar. me new members will be re- ami Hondrick*. w-cuciiar. .. _... iquired to wear special collars j HR *- Kan * ai < Cll >'- Olis : Baitimou-. May. to all classes and university I wiiiu so.v ooo ooo a»--j s n BOTTLED WATER WITHOUT THE BQTtl£ "Only 9' Per Gallon" Josty, Sparkling Drinkirg Water Whh NO — Bulky Bottles — Delivery Nuisance FOR SALE OR RENT 792-3341 5280 34th Street OufiJlufc SOFT WATER SERVICE Kansas City CM 0(0 UOO-< t E&ltimoiv COO i'Sl C0\—(i U ! j Splittorff. Minsori '7,'. Bird fii anrl Hcaly, Stirison (7i: Ciidlar. university ".Missing In Action Awareness functions until initiation April La in esa Resi dent Given Sentence .W Correspondent LA.MESA—Abeleno Luero, 1'7, j- Today and Saturday, a booth fi • T •! I was sentenced. to 25 • years in will be set up in South Plains |-rJ1)PC I ,1 fll'/TV'Xr !Prison late Wednesday night for Mall where interested persons v>r€/t -' t '«5 *^k*Jt U-f J \Veck" will continue through,- 0 Sunday in a» effort lo "promote, awareness among the people in Lubbock that we have at least 1,000 men still missing in action," said chairman Ann Kuhl. Today and Saturday, a booth Pili.-,-i>u.".jh . KM 000 fll.v-:i » .. Bahnscn, r'orslei' til ami Varnoy; Ellis Riiisli (R), Hernandez <9i ami Dvcr, -Mai'iia (6"i. W-Gmsli. ly-Foister. HI1— B'Nai B'rith .\Dln«ukct ,0)U WW 100-M 12 Cnk'aso '.\j 000 001 .Six—B 7 3 i Kprajiic. Austin (7). Kort (S'i and Por- tcr. Moore (7); Stone. Wilcox (7'i, Locker • fO» and swirihev. W—Wilcox Jj—Austin HR—Chicafo. Morale.:. [the shooting death of Joe Ortiz. \ The shooting occurred Feb.-2. 1197-1, on a farm about seven i miles west of Patricia. , . I The six-man, six-woman jury A seminar for persons inter- spent fjve hours determinin g e-sted an careers in nursing. ) l):e sentence. The jury found Lucra guilty medical and allied health professions will be conducted at Texas Tech University Monday, April 28. can sign letters which will be) mailed to national legislators. "This is to help place public pressure to gnt North Vietnam to honor the peace treaty so that we can let the Joint Casualty Resolution Center investigate crash sites" of American Wednesday afternoon after tes-jairplanes, Mrs. Kuhl said, timony began Tuesday. The trial was conducted in Speakers for the S p.m. ses-j ]0 Gth District "court. District , sion in room -Ia2 of the Busi-i.j llt i gc c;corgc Hansard presid-t The K,^^oArTrrt,«iC!T^'jti/\rv1^i,\li-l\n^ri«I . J |_--.. ness Administration Building in-j cc ] elude Maxine Davis of the -Institute of Health Sciences at Texas Women's University at. Denton and Drs. Charles E. Henry and Samuel D. Richards of the Texas Tech University School of Medicine. Dr. Henry is coordinator of Bumper stickers and brochures will he available al the booth, she added. goal for the week is ^natures. A booth was Jewish Books The Lubbock Chapter of B'Nai B'rith (Sons of the Covenant) has donated approximately $2,000 in books on all phases Water District Election Slated Li- Bill Stewart. Stewart said several hundred books are in the collection. The in front' of the Texas br0 °v S co , VCr . f wide ran ?e, in- liversity Center earlieri d " dln ° Jc : vlsh ?»story, philoso- t,.^ >veek. ' p r y - music . comparative rcli- scheduled today is dedi-i Klon> m yst'cism, poetry, art nation of a "freedom 'tree" in! prose and rictlon - CHS NETTERS TFIN \VICHITA FALLS (Special) — Coronado's tennis team strotched its. season dual match record to 21-1 here Thursday with a 10-8 win over WF Rider. The Mustangs, who have been beaten by only Abilene Cooper this season, will compete in the Wichita Falls Classic today and Saturday. , . t SHIP BY TNM&O BUS EXPRESS i YOU CAN SHIP BUS EXPRESS...C.6.D.—COLLECT— PREPAID Direct, speedy service i* assured when you ship your package by T.N.M.&O. Package Experess. Safe, efficient handling goes with every T.N.M. &O shipment. Packages go out sooner, travelquickly and securely, direct to the destination. ONLY BUS EXPRESS CAN OFFER THIS FAST, DIRECT SERVICE TO SO MANY POINTS IN THE U.S. • : FOR INFORMATION PH. 763-3398 'i TNM&O COACHES, INC. PHONE 765-6641 131313th St. jiiO.OOO i placed ;Tach University Center ' in the week. Tfeallh Careers Development and Dr. Kichards is coordinator of Allied Health Programs. Sponsor of the seminar is the College of Home Economics, and the director is Dr. Beverly Vinaon, pre-nursing advisor. Purpdfee of the seminar, she said, is to inform interested persons of the opportunities in the areas of nursing and other professional health fields. The seminar is open to the public at no charge. Dr. Vlnson said, and additional information may b« obtained from her office at Texas Tech, telephone 7-12-3355. front of win-; headquarters ar B / vaj . B rith is a fraternal or. Reese Air Force Base. ;sanr/.ation founded in America Isvo board members will be Several ' local" churches will ln . J0 '|- i - . 7ts worldwide member- Producer Ross .'John Gavin to Shirley Jones in television scries Hun ter costar cast with the movie- pilot "The of Jenny Dolan" for NBC. named to the board of Yellow-; participate Sunday by offering sn 'P in in more than <100 chap- house Water Control and Im-| a special prayer for the MIA's. '""" provehicnt District at Lake Ransom in balloting Saturday. Five persons are seeking the posts including incumbents Rhca Latham and Mrs. Willene Schute and Dr. William F. Andrew, Dr. Paul J. Harph, Joseph Reagh and David W. Unfred. The polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. and will be at the Lake Ransom Canyon sales office. The new board members will join three current members including Cam Fannin, Charles Means and Leon Whetxcl. The water district administers water, sewage and drainage operations for Lake Ransom Canyon and fuix's its improvements by means of taxing powers. Clark Address Here Cancelled Today's' 'address ' by' 'former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark has been cancelled, according to the Office of Cultural Events at Texas Tech University. Word has been received that Clark will be unable to come to Lubbock because of his involvement, as a member of the defense team, in the trials arising from the Attica State Prison riots in 1971. Ticket refunds may be obtained from the Texas Tech University Center ticket booth. ters. As a part of its educational program, the society sponsors Hillcl Foundations on university campuses with large Jewish enrollments, conducts institutes and backs projects t 0 spread information. SOLON APPOINTS SELF HEAD AUSTIN Tex. (UPI)' — Sen. Oscar Mauzy, D-Dallas, Thursday designated himself to head a five-member Senate subcommittee on school finance. Others appointed to the subcommittee by Mauzy were Sens. A.M. Aikin, D-Paris; Grant Jones D- Abilcnc; Tatl Santicstebarj', D- El.PaSo; and W.E. Snelson, D- Midland. ood's

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