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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 26, 1974, Brownwood, Texas                                GOOD AFTERNOON Here is a summary of some of todays leading news stories A tv cable service rate Increase of 50 centa a month moved a step nearer for Brownwood this morning but a telephone rate Increase was delayed at least a month by action of the city The annual Howard Payne University sustaining fund got off to a fast start with a Mckoff breakfast and donations of more than the first Brownwood Bulletin today November 37 Dally Sunday Cffiti British push security against new terrorism By PETER EBERT Associated Press Writer LONDON AP Troops in armored vehicles surrounded Gatwick Airport south of Lon don today in a stepup of anti terrorist security following an Arab hijacking of a British air liner and a spate of bombings linked to Irish Roadblocks halted all ve hicles approaching the Council oks cable hike new phone rafes A SO cent increase In the tv cable rate was approved on first reading but final approval of a telephone rate increase was tabled for a month by members of the Brownwood city council at their semimonthly meeting this Action on the tv cable rate increase came after council members accepted a committee report on the which has been discussed numerous times in the past several months by the Approval of the tv cable in crease is required on two more readings before it becomes If approved two more the systems customers in Brownwood will begin paying per month for the cable The telephone rate increase for General which has already been approved on two was tabled for a month after council members discussed current charges leveled against Southwestern Bell in In other business council members ONEAccepted a bid of by San Saba Tractor for two diesel tractors for the parks department by Stephenson Ford Tractor of Comanche for a riding lawn mower for the parks depart ment and by Neel Associates of West for four air masks for the fire on first reading an ordinance lowering the notice time on nuisance animals from 10 days to 3 before action can be taken and ordinance cutting from 120 to 10 days notice required on Union Thanksgiving service is tonight The annual union Thanksgiving sponsored by the Brownwood Ministerial will begin at today at Little Zion Baptist 601 minister of the Central United Methodist will bring the message and music will be furnished by the Brownwood High School a cappella choir under direction of Dorothy Host minister L Johnson is to bring the Thanksgiving The pastoral prayer will be given by Blair retired air force chaplain and minister of the Sunset Baptist William minister of the Union Presbyterian Church and president of the Brownwood Ministerial will give the call to The service is nondenominational and open to the correcting unsanitary con ditions in rental on second and third readings an ordinance changing zoning on Block Bailey from Rl to R2 residential one granting two special use permits to allow Installation of mobile homes and another regulating use of water from fire hydrants at construction for drawing an ordinance and setting a public hearing for a special use permit to allow four mobile homes on Burkett and rezoning part of Block Nor veil from R3 to C2 general a com mercial water tap requested by Gene Autry to expand Bowie Village mobile home a permit to Brownwood Jaycees for the annual Christmas parade through the central business beginning at 10 SEVENHeard assistant city manager Virgil Gray predict that increasing inflation will make it necessary to make budget cuts before the current fiscal year in order to have a balanced His report receipts totaling or 57 per cent of the budget figure through with expenditures of or 61 per cent of the budget for the same a contract adjustment with Forrest and Cotton to meet additional Environmental Protection Agency requirements on the Step I study of Brownwood wastewater treatment plant improvements which handles most package tours to resorts In Europe and Motorists had their cars searched for explosives and airport staff had to produce identification before being admitted to the A British Airways VC10 jet liner was hijacked at Dubai on the Persian Gulf last Thursday and flown to Tunisia where a West German passenger was killed before the Palestinian hi jackers won release from Dutch and Egyptian jails for seven other They then freed the more than 40 other passengers and crew At Londons main international police kept a close watch on all flights to and from Belfast in Northern The intention was to look for Irish Republican Army guerrillas fleeing the British mainland to escape new emer gency measures which ban the IRA and authorize the arrest of all suspected The measures follow a public clamor over last weeks bomb blast in Birmingham that killed 19 They are expected to be pushed through Parlia ment by Home Secretary Roy Jenkins described the plan he presented on Monday as unprecedented in peacetime Besides banning the it would In crease police powers of arrest and Interrogation and allow expulsion of suspected i Irish Terroist response was imme diate Time bombs exploded In three mall boxes in central London during the evening rush hour injuring 20 per The blasts were classic IRA tactics to create said Robert head of Scotland Yards bomb Transportation police placed a special watch Tuesday on baggage checkrooms and lost property offices at railroad sta Plainclothes detectives traveled on mainline Motorists parking their cars at stations had them Police warned the public to watch for suspicious Central London mailmen agreed to open mailboxes to collect letters but were given strict instructions to close the mailbox doors gently and call the police If they saw any sus picious object Many opposition Con servative lawmakers said the proposed crackdown is not strong They circulated a motion demanding that the death penalty be reinstated for Britain ended capital punishment seven years The Conservatives are unlike ly to oppose the governments timetable for the but they got from the Labor government a promise of an early debate on the death pen Jenkins admitted his propos als cut deeply into civil liberties long cherished by FUND TALKDtvId Day of Fort newsman for Texas State chats with Roger president of Howard Payne and HPU sustaining fund at the funds annul klckoff breakfast tab Day was keynote speaker at the meeting which opened with toward a goal of in donations kick off fund for HPU Crook takes top slot in grid contest Crook of 2207 won and first place in the Brownwood Bulletin football contest last week as the gridiron season nears Crook missed two game but his 41point key game estimate was only one point off the actual 420 win Brownwood notched over Snyder in the key Right behind him is Betty Ballard of who missed two predictions and estimated a 40point key She wins second place and Third place and is awarded Stewart 2310 who also missed two games predictions but looked for 17 points in the key No cash but honorable mention honors go to Don 1405 Brown Entry contest rules and this weeks slate of games is published in todays sports section of the Brownwood Each a prize is offered to a contestant turning in a perfect Contestants may pick up prizes at the Bulletin and outoftown winners may request payment be mailed to them by writing the football contest judge at the Brownwood Brownwood business and professional men Tuesday morning raised toward a goal of for the annual Brownwood sustaining fund for Howard Payne at the annual kickoff this years and president of Citizens National urged those present to help exceed last years total of by at least Drinkard said and Larue former Brownwood residents who now live ir had sent in their gift tc the fund several days For s number oFf years the Coxes have been the first donors to the David newsman for the Texas State Network In Fort speaker at the break urged the Howard Payne supporters present to not be spectators in the greater university fund drive of which the sustaining fund is the first America has become a nation of sports as well as political he This great academic in stitution founded in 1889 did not become the Howard Payne University that it is today through the work of spec he The great programs at Howard Payne stand as a proclamation that through 85 years the people of Brownwood have been participants to make dreams become realities at Howard he Drinkard urged all par ticipants in the sustaining fund to increase their gifts and to make them for undesignated causes this Howard Payne is now making great strides in becoming a firstrate and we in Brown wood want to help in every way he Roger Howard Payne thanked the citizens of Brownwood for their help in sustaining funds in the and pledged that Howard Payne will become a great with the help of Brownwood Second phase of the greater university 1975 will be the annual fund among parents and other friends of the Scheduled for kickoff next it will be under the direction of Ray president of the Howard Payne University ExStudents and pastor of First Baptist Church of Cold blast heads toward MidTexas The seasons chilliest weather yet is expected in MidTexas tonight and Wednesday mor setting the stage for some typically cool Thanksgiving temperatures for the rest of this A new blast of cold air was aimed at the area this extended forecasts call for continued fair skies at least through The National Weather Service warned MldTexans to look for subfreezing temperatures tonight and early Wednesday with a forecast low of about 30 The official low temperature this morning in Brownwood was only 38 although other ther mometers hit readings closer to the 32degree freezing mark at Monday afternoons high reached 55 probably a typical afternoon reading for the rest of this Freezing weather made Itself felt over a big chunk of Texas again reaching as far south as San Antonio and Luf Readings were about normal for this time of over the west half of the where winds had switched back to the Thermometers sank several degrees below in the east which was still cooled by north BROWNWOOD AREA Much cooler tonight and Wednesday with low tonight near high Wednesday near Maximum temperature here Monday overnight low Sunset today sunrise Wednesday Hard work but no cheers NO CHEERS FOR THEMBoys behtod tie scene at all Brownwood High School football games are the managers and trainers who fulfill important roles and according to Principal Warren are essential to the They stay behind he sceaes and get little if aay Here Maaafer Eddfe and Trainer Greg Fisher check equipment in preparation for Thursdays bash with the Mouahan Game time is in BulletinPhoto They are never in the they get no cheers and very if These are the boys who are trainers and managers of the Brownwood High School Lion football Actually the boys are the men behind the The managers and trainers are to a like what a secretary is to principal of A certain amount of work has to be done that no one else can do and these boys are just as valuable to a team as a player Warren He noted football players have substitutes but that there are no substitute managers and If a manager or a trainer gets sick and is unable to fulfill his then a coach must do the boys Warren The two trainers for the 1974 75 school year are Greg Fisher and Randy The managers include Eddie Mike Scott Tommy Benbow and Raymond Managers and trainers will be at their posts Thursday af ternoon when the Brownwood High School Lions and the Monahan Loboes clash in quarterfinal showdown at Shotwell Stadium in The trainers help take care of the players and the managers look after the According to trainers must know at a glance the difference between a serious and a superficial They summon help when We were taught at trainer school In how to recognize the minor from the major Fisher Most people think when anyone is unconscious the first thing to do is go for the am Fisher In training the boys learned that use of ammonia when a person is unconscious is the last He explained ammonia Is used only after checking symptom and when no other cause can be determined for then am monia is The trainers are actually first aid The course at Baylor University which Fisher attended the summer before last was an elementary course in athletic He said BHS is equipped with advanced first aid There are whirlpool and ultrasound electrical therapy The bucket of water on the field is only in the Fisher Injured players receive first aid from the trainers 99 per cent of the Fisher Most of them need no further he Injured players are treated in the confines of the But he emphasized that when necessary the trainers turn the players over to the team doctor who in turn decides whether hospltallzation is The managers have com plete charge of all the equip We take care of footballs to he The managers are in charge of loading and unloading the football bum We have to see that the uniforms are clean and in first class condition for every Phillips We keep them folded and put up so they can be reached at a moments The managers also fill out order forms as to what the players need in line of equipment and During a game If a uniform gets torn or something is the repair is done immediately and quickly so the player can get right back in the Phillips All the player has to worry about is the We take care of all the details and see that the player has what he A player never loads or unloads the This comes under our Phillips Trainers and the managers stand on the sidelines of every game with the Although they dont play on the they sweat out every game along with the the managers and trainers sometimes have to get to the games the best way thay either by private car or by student bus as they are not always permitted to ride the football buses to and from the   

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