Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 5, 1975 · Page 28
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 28

Lubbock, Texas
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Saturday, April 5, 1975
Page 28
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M-I^lUBBQCK;AVALANCHEiJOURNAL— Saturday Morning. ApriM5._l97_5 SNOWY CALIFORNIA-Presideril Ford listens intently Friday during a snowstorm to an explanation of geothermal power operations in the Geysers area about. 120 miles north of San Francisco. The visit lo the area was one stop on a busy day for the Chief Executive. (AP Wirephoto) I ' . t- Ford Mrs Interior Secretary Choic® SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) 'resident Ford said Friday he will nominate former Wyoming Gov. Stanley K. Hathaway to be Interior secretary. If confirmed by the Senate, •lathaway will succeed Rogers C.B. .Morton, whom Ford has nominated to become commerce secretary. : Political sources said some opposition to Hathaway, was anticipated from the environmental lobby which disapproved of some stands taken by Hathaway as Wyoming governor. The White House announcement was made here, where Ford is visiting' during his spring vacation in California. .Hathaway was on hand in San Francisco to be personally introduced by Ford at a working luncheon with nine Western governors. As interior secretary, Hathaway would play a key part in the President's drive for making America independent of foreign fuel supplies in the next decade. Aides said Ford chose Hathaway because of merit, his experience and because he comes from the West, the traditional political breeding ground of interior secretaries. Hathaway, a Republican, served as governor of \Vyoming from 1967 to 1975. Prior "to that he served eight years as a prosecuting- attorney of Wyoming's Goshen County. ; 'Hathaway, 51. served in,197,'! and 1974 as chairman of the Committee on Natural Re- sources and Environmental Management. He has served as an officer of both the national and western governors conferences. A native of Osceola, Neb., he was graduated from the University of Nebraska and .is married and the father of two children. ; . Sen! Clifford P. Hansen. R- Wyo., in a statement released by his Washington office, said he was "delighted", with Hatha way's nomination, and defended his environmental record. ; Hansen said H a t h a w a y's background in that regard was sound, and that the Wyoming legislature' during his term' as governor had approved "a number of impressive and effective ways to protect and enhance the environment." , "We are in an era when we must simultaneously protect our environment but increase our energy supply," Hansen said. "Governor Hathaway will lead an agency charged with meeting both of those goals, and he is uniquely qualified to achieve them in a compatible fashion." Leaves Position After 17 Years A-J Correspondent PADUCAH—Mrs. R.L. Sunday has retired after serving as secretary for the City of Paducah for 17 years. She said she is retiring to devote more time to her family and church work. A member of the South Plains Association of Secretaries and Clerks, Mrs. Sunday as its president received the "Dis tinguished Service Award" in 197,'i. She also has vice president and sccix.ary treasurer of that group. Mrs. Sunday is active in Hie First. United Methodist Church and is treasurer of the Wesley Fellowship Class there. ity Manager J.B. Garrett. said applications for the position of secretary are being accepted. Music Jamboree At Fort Simmer On Tap Tonight official i LTC Ends Year With 'Robin Hood' I "The Ballad of Robin Hood." I by Pat Hale, has the advantage ---------- . -------- „ ofiof being; a well-written play. Lubbock Theatre Centre is, end- There is plenty of excitement, By LEON FLEMING Avalniwhc-JournaJ Staff The Children's Theatre ing its 1974-75 season with a rousing version of one of the as befits the nature of the sub ject. And the story is cleverly classicjstories in folklore. jset as a play - within - a - play, ^.^ Medieval English villagers acting out the adventures of the celebrated outlaw. The story moves swiftly, with Robin managing to outfox the nasty Sheriff of Nottingham at every turn. Under the direction of Susan King, the young performers of Two smal children, one 4 andi LT £' s CN'^'en's Theatre prove one 15-months-old suffered mul-l l0 bc a dlRC1 P hned group, enter- sprvc- 1 as iip| e hunis Fl .jday evening in)' n S lnto the s P' rit of the "'"" Fires Injure City Children •-i c j i_; "u'l'^i j; i inn y u v i, I ill IL; 111) - - - - , ^ separate incidents that senti wlth v ' s ° r and W01 ' kil1 ? to keep ;the viewer's interest always A-J Correspondent FORT SUMiVER. N.M. The loth to Methodist ruih- - ••- -- - — -•'-• pita!. James Goodwin, 4-year- '"«"• wilh r ° w exceptions, the M son of Mrs. Doris >' oun 8 sle "s project their parts Goodwin of 1606 Zenith Avc., clearly so that every word is suffered first, second and third audible. degree burns over approximate- Mvs - King' often sends her ac- 1.V 25 per cent of his body after tors out into the aisles, with the result that audience involvement is kept high throughout. The problem presented by this play being a costume piece is beautifully and colorfully solved by the many volunteer costume makers, who have outfitted the youngsters with clothing that is not only bright but also authentic. The job of costuming the performers was a tremendous one; it was carried out most commenu'ably. ip: burned in an apparent gasoline fire at his home about 7 p.m., police said. The boy was in serious condition in the intensive care unit late Friday night. fn another incident, shortly before 7 p.m., Thelma Hooper. 15-monlh-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kvertt Hooper of 220:i Avc.. Apt. B. suffered to her face and chest. Quirt burns apparently from hot water, ac . ..— Floyd Country Music Jamboree makes its traditional appearance here tonight featuring popular singers Johnny Crazier and T. .T. Floyd, guitarists from Clevis. The country rnusir. event winds up its performances here each year following Uie three- day Country Music Jamboree in nearby Floyd sponsored by the Floyd Lions Club. The music performance he- gins at 7:30. p.m. in the Fort Sumner High School gymnasium. Tickets are SI. 50 per person. as the archvillain and Peter Harris as his wily confederate; Doug Rosson, Danny Wilson and John Meenaghan as Robin's chief allies; Dalene Husky as the sheriff's wife, to name just a few. The entire cast shares in the plaudits for "The Ballad of Robin Hood." The play is fun and exciting to watch, and proof as well that youngsters of junior high age can display the discipline to perform interesting theater. Three performances of "The Ballad of Robin Hood" remain: at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. today, and 2:;!0 p.m. Sunday. The box office telephone is 744-3681. Children's Theatre is spon- Day Long Talent Show To Precede Bob Wills Fete TURKEY (Special)-The music of children and sounds : of tapping feet will echo through the Bob Wills Center today for a day-long talent contest followed by a community talent show at 7:30 p.m. In an event sponsored by the Bob Wills Foundation, girls will tegin registering at 9 a.m. Competition begins at 10 a.m. and continues throughout the day. Mrs. Pat Andrews of Lubbock .vill present students of her School of Modeling and Dance the pest is yet to come. oi "lour Money BdCiv Sears TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL 'Sears. Roebuck i Co 1973 I 92-4379 Ayk Alpout Gears Coriv'e SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Credl1 P| anS >jj 1 LORI Great Buys! RCA XL Color Original List $349.94 00 STOP.' LOOK! SAVE TODAY! rent Values! W/T RCA j State CoiorTV 19" sorcd_by^ the_GuUd_of LTC. 'in the special evening show. Cambodian Troops Abandon Positions cording to a hospital spokes-1 Some capable young perform" 1 jJ, n - crs have been chosen for the Ihr^ incident apparently oc- lead roles: Kevin Parker, still 'he child's home, no-j wear ing tape and bandage as the result of a broken left arm, lice said. PHNOM PENH (UPI) — Cambodian government troops abandoned positions east and north of Fridav to Phnom reinforced Penh rebel attackers. A flotilla of 100 rebel sampans was reported moving up the Mekong river toward the capital. The diplomatic exodus was Official sources expressed concern over the military situation north of the capital. That area encompasses the so- called "Rocket Belt," used by the rebels to fire their rockets on Pochcntong airport. stepped from besieged Border Palrol Nabs 391 Illegal Aliens During March, a total of 391 aliens, illegally in the United States were apprehended or located by officers of the Lubbock Border Patrol Station. Most of the aljens departed -...., .T^JJJUU „!, Hum ocsiegen as Robin Hood; Ann Alford asjphnom Penh.s urrounded by an the ballad singer who serves to ever tightening ring of Commu Lhc but country under safeguard, 118 were allowed to leave their own. More than 100 aliens were located in the Wich- Three Guerrillas Die In ShoOtOUt ii a Falls,-Vernon BUENOS AIRES, (UPI) — in R to ''.William Three guerrillas were shot and agent in Charge. killed in a gun battle with police Friday after a high speed automobile chase which ended when their car crashed into a railroad bridge. At the same timr. police sources reported that police found three more victims of apparent political killings in the Buenos Aires area. Police said the chase began after a suspicous police patrol tried to stop a car in Lanus, a suburb south of Buenas Aires. to demand identification. area, accord K. Binecar. Market Croivded For Astronomers in the field is so great that you wish to devote five more years of hard study to astronomy," the letter says in part. The Academy estimates that •-- o — -,-..., over the ncxl 'five years there staff . s " ul soon > possibly will be at least 600 new aslrono-| weekend - nist-led rebels. Two more planeloads of U.S Embassy staff members and personnel workers for humanitarian organize t io n s flew out to Bangkok under American plans to cut back the embassy staff by 15 .per cent. It was disclosed that the Taiwan embassy has evacuated its personnel and both the Korean and Japanese embassies were planning to send their this mers Legal Notices 99. Legal Notices BID rCOTICK The Liibhock Independent School nistrir-t will receive scaled bids fnr thf purchase or Cash Recisier until 2:00 PM (CDT, Ann: IT, !!I75 in tli« office or the Director nl Pur. bock. Tcvas. Bids will ih'fn br ODCiicd and read aloud Bid lonns miy he oblained upon ronuo&t m the above office. Rupart Pearce Director of Purchasing Luliboclr Independent St.honl ni>i r .,-t Th» und*rs}gn«d h*r*by gives notice el application to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Com' mission, Austin, Texas, for a Mixed Beverage Permit, to be located at S001 Avenue Q in Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas. Said business to be operated under the r»am«-of Th»Feedlot Oerald limited <> ...... with doctorates com-j f ™ ore ,, than *° ,f cbel rockets pctin^oronlySOJo JOO _Joh. _ | Jj[' p ™ '& ^\l^\™\^ the American airlift of food, ammunition and fuel to Phnom Penh. Official sources said two battalions of government, trnops had abandoned their base at Barong Khnor Kar, about seven miles directly cast of Phnom Penh. The sources said the troops at Barong Khnor Kar had pulled back to the cast bank of the Mekong River under insurgent fire. It was also disclosed that government troops had retreated from three positions to the north and northwest of the capital. Twenty-seven government soldiers were killed, 58 were wounded anrl 55 missing in the retreat from the three outposts, located six miles north and five miles northwest of the cily. Military field i-eporls indicated • the first rebel reinforcements from the Mekong river own of Ncak f-urxng, which fell Tuesday, may be moving toward Phnom Ponh. A government air spotter located--the sampan flotilla carrying .about 600 rebel troop; moving up the Mekong River toward the capital. Government c p m hi a n d-e rs • ordered T28 bombers . • 1o bombard the sampans,' but it- was not immediately knosvn whether the government bombers were sue cessful in destroying the rebe reinforcements. The rebel move lo send reinforcements from Nea! Luong, 31 miles southeast o Phnom • Penh, followed reports that the insurgents were moving as many as 2,000 reinforcements to the north o the' capital where rebel troops penetrated some seclfons of the capital's northern defense perimeter. RANGER FATHER—A South ' Vietnamese Ranger trooper feeds his son at Can Gio, a coastal town now flooded with civilian and military refugees. When .soldiers fled from advancing Communist forces, many units disintegrated. (AP Wirephoto) AVIATION PIONEER DIES —Lloyd Carlton Stearman, one of the greats of aviation, sits in cockpit of the World War II Stearman biplane trainer in 1984. Stearman, whose career spanned an aviation era from barn storming to spacecraft, died Thursday at the age of 7fi. 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