The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 60, Ed. 1, Friday, July 8, 1983 Page: 4 of 11
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for arson in July 4 church firebombing
CAMERON Texas AP) A34-year-old
Houston car salesman who claimed ho was
Jesus Christ and Julius Caesar was
charged with felony arson today in con-
nection witli a string of f ircbomblngs at six
Central Texas churches and a Masonic
hall investigators said.
Norris Eugene Moss was taken Into
custody Wednesday on an arrest warrant
issued by Milam County Justice of the'
Peace Doris Allen.
His arrest by Houston arson In-
vestigators came after Gause residents
whose town was hit by four church
flrcbomblngs Monday tipped Milam
County officials authorities said.
Moss was transferred to the Milam
County Jail Wednesday night. He was
arraigned at 9:15 a.m. Thursday and
charged with felony arson. Ms. Allen set
bond at $50000.
Six small churches and a Masonic hall
which was used as a church were set aiire
by Molotov cocktails Monday and Tuesday
in the Central Texas counties of Milam
Robertson and Brazos.
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Dr. Gary McCalcb vice president for
university advancement spoke at the
organizational meeting of the Student
McCalcb said that while he was a
student at ACU he was sophomore class
president junior senator and SA president
his senior year.
Because he looks back and sees things
he would have done differently he wants
to teach Senate members to sec the impact
of their position.
"Student behavior influences student
behavior" McCalcb said. He told SA
members to be examples and influence
others for the good always.
The characteristics for excellent
organizations arc action and getting close
to people McCalcb said. "Give attenl ion to
people not programs" he said.
McCalcb gave seven quotes for the SA to
use as guidelines for each day of the week
during next year.
For Sunday McCalcb gave a quote from
Robert Grccnlcaf's book "Servant
Leadership." "People will respond only to
individuals who are chosen as leaders
because they are proven and trusted
servants" Grccnlcaf said.
McCalcb offered a quote from the book
"Excellence" by John W. Gardner
secretary of health education and welfare
from I965-I9C8 for Monday "It is neither
intellect nor talent that Is the key to being
a leader. The key is commitment to the
highest values. Values live or die In the
arena of every day behavior" Gardner
Peter Drucker a leading management
authority says "The key of a leader is not
in what he demands In others but what he
demands in himself." McCalcb suggested
this quote for Tuesday.
"Prefer the hard" a statement by
Marcus Aurcllus n Roman stoic was
suggested for Wednesday.
For Thursday McCalcb suggested a
quote by Albert Schweitzer a French
Protestant clergyman. "Example is not
merely a way of influencing others it is
the only way" Schweitzer said
McCalcb suggested Proverbs 27:6 a
quote from Solomon for Friday. "Faithful
arc the wounds of a friend and profuse arc
the kisses of an enemy "
Finally from Esther 4: 15. McCalcb
suggests "Who knows but you have come
to the kingdom for such a time as this."
Advanced Spanish class unable to travel
to Torreon Mexico for summer classes
For the first time in seven years in-
termediate and advanced Spanish
students will not study In a foreign
country said Mark Jones Spanish
Since 1979 the Autonomous University
of the Northeast (UANE) a small private
university In Torreon Mexico has
provided classrooms for intermediate and
advanced Spanish classes' taught by Jones
for a six-week period in the summer. An
average of 12 students have participated in
(he bilingual program each summer
This year six students originally signed
up to take the courses but when two
students dropped the courses the program
was cancelled because Jones could not
justify Uie course for only four students he
"I think the most disappointing thing Is
that we won't get to see the people we
made friends with before and also we
won't get to work with the church" said
Amy Fitts junior bilingual education
major from Shrcvcport La. and one of the
four students unable to take the summer
Three of the four students have made
alternate plans said Jones. John Beyer
senior accounting major from Lubbock
and 1983-84 senior class president and
Beverly Burnett junior business major
from Lubbock will study in Guadalajara
Mexico in a program with Wcit Texas
State University. David Holcomb
freshman prc-medlclne major from
Tucson Az. will study in Mexico through
the University of Arizona.
Jones who is involved with the Graham
Street Spanish Church of Christ said he
will be in Abilene for the summer.
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