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Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 3, 1962, Brownwood, Texas Mlifaf ilf FEDERAL FORCE M 8 fslir trf efflfcy hangings the returning ealw on the University of Mississippi campus today as a dwindling Metal forte maifi MldaigM and 35 students gathered Jii front tf the of fifties the universitys first teiowJi Negro set fire to en effigy and exploded The alert military quickly ftioved In and Jjuelled Hie Were were no Slwriiy aftef a dufti hiy clad iti s pink afid white uniform dangled from the second floor window of a the Meteditn apartment A sign hanging frotti the fleck of the dummy said to back to Africa where Attendance at the university rtfoffped after the enrollment of a 20yfeafold Nfrgrd from Many students bad returned to their homes after the weekend riots in which two moil University chancellor Hams appealed to Uie tie said he been formed the oie Miss eampus is now and that parents can be assured of the complete safety of sons find Meredith spent his secewd as fi student accompan led to classes by federal mar There were no demonstra FttOBAflOft In another development over Mississippis defiance of federal court orders to enroll the Sth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans gave ftoss Barnett a form of probation un til 12 on toe contempt cita tion against this apparently was a move designed to test netts Willingness to accept diths entry into who was not in had no comment on the decision CRUMBLING in the home of Paul Low 1017 did damage to the inside of the sixroom house Tues day The fire occurred at Fire Chief Charles Alford touches some of the charred wallpaper in a small hall in Whether or not Lowrance had insurance on the house has not yet been No one was at home at time of the fire and Lowrance is believed to be out of Brown Taxes top Million Mark j M r 1 V j By JEANETTE JAMES Of The Bulletin Staft a million dollars in taxes has been assessed by the four taxing bodies in Brownwood and Brown which includes the City of Brownwqod Independent School Brown and Brown County Water Improvement District Total taxes assessed by the bodies is Amount of valuation totaled by the offices is Total taxes assessed year was some less than this years total The amount of valuation last year was which is less lhan this years total Tax rates valuation in clude the school districts highest of and a special tax collected tjuxnigh the county of 30 cents per This particular fund is for bridges and right of according to Hugh Brown County Tax TssessorCollec The next lowest tax is the state tax of 42 cents per valu Rates for the water board are 95 cents pei which they have 29 Cases Included On Court Schedule Twentynine cases are slated for tire docket call Thursday at of Brown County Court in the county Cases called are Juan and Her man swindling by worthless check Louis Stephen Jesse George Ferns James Al bert Carroll Calvin Car ter and John Earl driving wlille intoxicated Ruby Aaron Bob and Tom Muilm posses sion McAfee and Mack concealing mortgaged property McAlister and Jackie theft over ami r Arthur and Ollle James child desertion Raymond Grand and Henry wife deser tion William Earl abandonment of children Ruby selling vodka Henry CoVK and Mamie Dee adul awl Neil Ipn Me Claln and Jerry aggravat ed A teJal of 411 pases fill the Brown County Court docket dating to March PefSpns listed on the docket call must appear Thursday and either plea4 gulHy or e date will be set for a trial by Older cases still pettxUng on the docM Include 269 driving while g6 24 caneeajing mort 17 Wiefl over aui 13 10 j aggravated 7 obtaining benefits under 5 wife 4 defrauding by worthless 8 removal of mortgaged 3 3 ft9W cprpwaliou by of pWUUm 2 One case each are pending for child and wife driving while license selling malicious mic theft by pretext under embezzing burglary of au disturbing the burning or desecrating of grave and destroy injury and removing a to a The last criminal jury trial in Brown County Court was held August of been since rate is per Total county tax amounts to iiB2 per Increases in valuationsand sub sequent taxes are evident in every one of Uie four taxing City valuation rose to from last Taxes increased to from last School valuation last year was and this year it is Taxes are this comparedwith last County valuation this year is whereas last year it was Taxes this year Uiey were last Water board taxes this year to tal again a rise over last years Valuation this year is over of last City issued approximately tax statements ands figures for other bodies are estimated at ftv county and for water Of Uie Brown County 30 cents of Uie total goes for bridges and 42 cents goes for state and 90 cents is for the All corn explained that a person must render jus property to receive an exemption from the stale and special He may receive an ex TAXES on Page WS OLE MISS PEACE Me eouM be fcibject td daffy Arffly atttftotttJgs announced cutback Ifl the fedetal force ftfesday Rog ef public information of ficer fof Arttiy field command Ifl said tsyo battle groups Oxford for Memphis while a third group of was redeployed to AH were from the loisi the df tamed World borne War 1L fhie sitMtiott at Oxford slowly retutBetl to Shopkeepers fefiipefted their PHiVAffi OFFICE While the New Orleans panel of Judges Studied moves against Bariietl worked in his ptivae of fice ifl Jackson wih sae high way pafoifhen telegrams and teefS floured ino his An aide said all of suppotiM he 64yiafsfld JtlltflTLri eiuur Andhe principal ifl sJpfH former Edwin he cowman dan of foops during he school in was ofdeWd o un dergo psychiaric examinaion for his isaf 111 he weekend Walkef fepofedJy charge of gfeup of day nigh and ted hem hfough cloud bf eat gas fedetal marshals a he undvfersiyS regis raJoft Walkef was srresed and among ohef wih IftCiing He was aken o he federal prison a fiussell Mil lift said in Kansas Ciy he psy chlailc In quire frofn 60 o K5 means ha bftfiiW Oblrtfl hid release by ptsstftg M Rj se by Hie trf MA te by federal dfOpfftd o They were jailed W i dal sockade oeaf he toy tiftfc versiy atrptxf afer heir for aWftg par in he tm Cafryifig Brown wood Bulletin FOURTEEN PAGES TODAY OCTOBER 1962 VOLUME 62 303 lOc PER COPY Vehicle Blazes Path Schirras Keep Vigil In Houston By BOB GASSAWAY HOUSTON was a beautiful liftoff Im very glad everything went Walter Schirra said shortly after her hucband went rocketing into orbit around the earth Her brief comment was relayed to waiting newsmen by space agency official Roy who told of watching the takeoff on television with the astronauts There were no audible signs or other sign of Wallack Except for a NASA security he said her son and daughter and her mother were keeping vigil at the Schirra Lights flashed on inside the house at 3 more than three hours before the space flight Except for two small heads at a high news men gathered outside saw no oth er sign of The heads were those of the Schirras two About 25 reporters waited in the street before Uie Schirra Sheriffs deputies closed the block to motor traffic and half a dozen officers were on hand to direct the expected Schirra wouldnt talk to reporters Tuesday about her hus bands projected six orbit space but her young son said he was Newsmen who went to the home were asked to state their business via a speaker A voice from inside am Sclurras Schirra will not see anyone right Newsmen asked if they could a I will see if she is the voice There was a brief Schirra says she will not have any comment until after her husband is Sehirras mother Is James Waller Marty Schirra was more Schirra is the fanner Jo sephine Fraser of Her Holloway is the wife of a retired always ready with a smile pace SixOrbit Flight Due For Schirra By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE Astronaut Walter Schirra whirled round and round the globe carrying the space banner on its longest trek was the spacemans cry from the sky as he got the signal to try for completion of his as signed complete He was then on his third orbit and soon afterward sped into Ms Though far short of Soviet Shirras whirling journey buoyed hopes that America might yet catch up SPACE FACTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I and the Soviets in the race for the and perhaps FOURTH ORBIT When Schirras Sigma 7 space craft swung onto the fourth orbit at the 39yearold Walter Schirra Navy commander set a flight rec navy with pounds of Mercury capsule nanied Sigma j Intended flight1 Six orbits last ord for American He had bested the threeorbit flights made earlier this year by John Hr and Malcolm Scott WALTER SCHIRRA Another American hero ing nine Intended In Pacific n Wally Provides Humor For Astronauts By HOWARDBENEDICT CAPE is what the boys at Annapolis called Walter Schir ra 17 years The name still is appropriate Excerpts from the 1945 Naval Academy yearbook provide an idea of Schirras is a guy who could make anyone His neverending sense of descriptions and ability to execute new pranks have kept us either amused or holding the unperturbable Wally is much the same He is Uie most carefree of Uie sevenman astronaut Construction Launched On Apartments Actual construction on what is believed be Brosvnwoods first luxury type apartment house has according to developer of the units at Qoggiu Avenue and Vine Street flenmao told Tli Bulletin the building should be ready for occu pancy in and Tprbess of is geaeraj contractor for the apartment fotal of nine including six hsabedrooTOs an4 Utfeo an the The two pttestoiry fftciug paclv will Ue aifcoudUioned a coin operated laundry Is to be Ueuraan said staves refrigerators are to be ia sad Uie roeros be unit will have an yard wwl Awl will A GtlMPSE apartments en pffice will on this site at Coggin sad Street wten the apertment ppnstruction pro ject is Jack Brownwood is owner and ana Tht building Is expected to ready for occypancy in ora fast wise FASTPACED Notliing seems to disturb He went about the strenuous train ing for hisorbital flight with the ease of preparing for a family pic He is happiest when things are hes at the stick of a jet the wheel of a fast sports car or is skimming the waves on water skies behind a powerful expect one of his women to snag him the Annapolis yearbook mean while his big brown eyes still have that uewfieldstocouquer Americans watched the liftoff of Schirras big Atlas booster on tele The coverage was also Ocean near Midway available to 26 European coun Tracking 17 stations j nine of them behind the Iron around through the miracle of Recovery 40 150 another space tha Telstar communications Shortly before completing his second Schirra described his flight as a real He was in complete command of his Sigma 7 spacecraft as he passed over Cape Canaveral at at the end of the second orbit and swung into the There was all evidence that pilot and spacecraft were in condition to complete Uie full six orbit His exuberant description of flight came down from the sky a few minutes earlier in a discus Wally succumbed to matrimony not long after graduation and has I sion Nvitn Astronaut John Glenn been conquering new worlds ever climaxed by bis selection as the pilot for the longest manned orbital flight yet at The gal who snagged him was Josephine Fraser of They have two Walter and Their home is in head quarters of the Manned Space Flight a normal recalls his with Sdurras now lives in San monitoring the flight at tha SPACE on Page Late Bulletin NEW YORK basement boiler explosion killed at least 12 persons today in a New York Tel ephone Three dozen persons were reported Still others were believed trapped in Uie near tht northern tip of Kiwanis Club Maps Plans For Supper short stacks and the Shelton and sticky trimmings will fill the menu 8 at the National Guard Field House in the Camp Bowie area at the annual Brown wood Kiwanis Pancake Virgil Gray will be general inan for this years Proceeds from the pancake which usually draws hun dreds of Central will go to youth projects sponsored by the Kiwanis Committees for the event in clude Brayton Smith and Pete ticket sales Herschel Jsewby and Truman foods and paper goods ftob Galviu and Walter toffee and Pern New fipn llanUn and advertising and publici Merlon chair and Nell griddles and utensils Rpbpy chair and Jack gud Ublvij McDouald entertainment Neil James Jim Lacy and Bray too ham and Fred Rufus Stan Henry Colyer and Edward batter Melvin and Glen batter distribu tion Dave Gordon Griffin and Tom ticket sales at door Earl John Quitk aud C ticket takers and and Pete chalr and Bobby fjc and Harold ehaJU Walter Cravens Rowland ton Guy J Fred Pat Jack Ron Hardin and pancake cooks and Frank Wilton the James Harry Frank John Glen Gordon Felton Jack Joe Don bury and Marlon WIATHER FORECAST lair Low touigat in tcwperatwe A
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