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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 17, 1975, Brownwood, Texas                                GOOD AFTERNOON YORK New York City tottered oh the brink of financial collapse its treasuries vir tually empty and a rescue plan shattered by the last minute refusal of a teachers union to the use of pension Some teachers are expected in Brownwood 2627 for a district Texas State Teachefs con See WASHINGTON AP The CIA was prepared to pay the Mafia up to to kill Premier Fidel Castro of Cuba at the time of the 1961 Bay of Pigs ac cording to informed Great is the summary to date for the harvest of values sale underway in Brown wood with Saturday ex pected to be the big See WASHINGTON AP Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is making his eighth trip to a routine journey to prepare for President Fords visit there later this f empefatuf es well into the 40s are expected in Mid Texas See This is first anniversary of suicide by Southwestern Bell executive which touched off public reaction against the giant telephone DALLAS Trial court judge defers putting new Dallas school integration plan innto force pending approval from appellate BUENOS Argentina AP The Peronist movement mustered supporters and heavy security precautions for a big rally in the Plaza de Mayo today to demon strate support for President Isabel Morocco AP Recruiting began today for a march of unarmed Moroccan civilians into the Spanish Sahara to reinforce their governments claim to the northern part of the disputed territory and its rich phosphate The Weather Fair and a little cooler fair Brownwood Bulletin Sixteen today two Sections texds Volume 76 3 Daily Sunday twentyfive Cents Texas crash kills 4 Search on offer 3 other crackups Colorado educator featured speaker Earl Reum of Lake coordinator of student activities for the Jefferson County Public School will be featured speaker at the annual district convention for District Texas State Teachers Sunday and Monday 2627 In Brown Mary Brady educator who is president of TSTA District expects over members to The district covers 18 counties and most public schools in the district will dismiss classes on Monday so teachers can attend WEATHER BROWNWOOD AREA Fair tonight and a little cooler Low tonight In the high Saturday in the Maximum temperature here Thursday overnight low Sunset today sunrise Saturday the The program will begin with certification of delegates at Sunday at the Holiday The annual meeting of the House of Delegates for District XV will be held at 4 to be followed by The Monday general session will begin at 9 at the with Bates Larry TSTA state will bring greetings from TSTA and the National Education Educational exhibits will be open to those attending the Sectional meetings will be held at various locations in Brownwood to conclude the convention Monday the featured speaker for the general session will speak on Secrets of the No newcomer to conferences and state con he has been consultant at more than 300 state student council workshops and 60 state In addition to having taught speech and social Reum is an accomplished magician and He has performed in more than shows for the Red and the By the Associated Press A fiery plane crash in South Texas took four lives as death and destruction rode the mostly clear skies over the state Thursday Searchers sought today bodies or survi vors from at least three other Authorities contrary to an earlier that none perished in still another All involved private The four persons were killed about 10 as their plane hit utility plunged into a plowed exploded and burned a few miles west of northwest of Corpus County Medical Examiner Joseph Rupp was able later to identify the four dead as and George Parker and and Phillip Parker was 32 and Kassner was All were from Corpus All were burned beyond rec a state police spokes man adding that the bod ies remained in the wreckage hours later pending medical ex No identification of the vic tims was expected before this About two hours earlier a small Cessna dived Into Lake about 30 miles north of Tyler in East Officers said none was as they at first Officers said a 15yearold patient who walked away from the Rusk State Hospital three days ago was at the controls of the Lake Hawkins which had been reported stolen at 27 miles south of He crawled through a window after suffering minor Four game wardens in a boat rescued him off a wing Leaders of a Civil Air Patrol search In West Texas for a missing P51 fighter plane re that a pri vate plane with four persons aboard had disappeared be tween Fort Stockton and San The single engine Cherokee left San Angelo en route to Luf kln in East Texas via Lometa and In the course of a nightlong hunt for that officers sent out word they had found pieces of light plane wreckage in the Neches River bottom west of Diboll in Angel ina County but there was no sign of bodies in the deep mud and dense forest Authorities said a tail section was the largest piece of the red and white and they were checking to see whether it could have been a Beech Bonanza believed to have been flying from Arlington toward There was no word on the occupants or their Meanwhile CAP and other personnel joining in the search effort said there was no trace of the San AngelotoLufkln a yellow and white Another search was resumed today for the a World War II vintage craft which dis appeared Wednesday with two persons on BHS LEADERS Brownwood High School student council officers for the school year include Janie vice president James president and Fredelyn Bulletin Photo FORD EYES CRISIS NYC on brink of collapse NEW YORK AP Mayor Abraham Beame kept an open line to the White House today as President Ford met with highlevel government officials to discuss the economic crisis that was forcing New York City to the brink of financial col State and city officials worked frantically here and In the state to shore up a multimilliondollar package of pension funds to Briscoe stand stirs controversy in Austin AP Briscoes opposition to the pro posed state constitution which goes to the hands of voters 4 has stirred up a hornets nest among top state One of the most outraged re sponses came from Joe a Baytown who wrote Briscoe that the gov ernors stand is a personal af front to the legislature and ev ery member is elected to serve in the House and most of whom have sacrificed more than anyone of your vast wealth could possibly comprehend in order to serve the people of this Allen suggested Briscoe may want to resign because a gov ernor who is unwilling to as sume additional responsi be more accountable to the make tough deci exercise his authority and provide his office to one better able and more willing to serve the Bill DGain said in a statement Briscoe has contributed little to the revision With Texas in such dire need of an economical state it was my thought during the convention and Is now that the governor should either follow or get out of the way of those who are trying to improve the He has done none of those meet 453 million in debt obli gations the city faced The amount to avoid default was reduced to million in late when the citys 11 major commerical banks said they had agreed not to press for million in city notes due for redemption At the city controllers a spokesman said holders of million in notes had al ready filed for redemption and that several mostly bro showed up today with about million more in He said they were given recep its saying they would be ex changed for cash at 2 if the cash or its equivalent is In the Court of Ap the states cleared the way for the state comptroller to use state police pension funds to raise mil lion for the cashdrained But a hitch developed in New York City when the United Fed eration of Teachers continued to refuse to commit million in its retirement funds toward a complex billion bailout plan that the state government had put together a month ago to keep New York solvent through Albert president of the teachers met with but the nature of the discussions was not Shanker that he had not changed his position on the use of teacher pension I deeply regret that one group is singled out when there are plenty of others with and no pressure is applied on Shanker President called a meeting at the White House with his Treasury secre budget director and the chairman of the Council of Eco nomic Advisers to discuss the Ford has expressed strong opposition to any federal aid to rescue the and a White House spokesman said his posi tion had not This does not imply a change in pol icy in any the spokesman On bond analysts said activity was quiet and relatively with most in vestors apparently awaiting the outcome of the days Bonds issued by the Munici pal Assistance Big the agency set up to try to stave off were trad ing a half point to a point On the stock the crisis some New York City bank stocks broadly lower in heavy while ttivsl others were off Hugh Careys press sec retary said banks and the Fed eral Reserve System were being asked to stay open an ex tra until 4 to give city and state officials more time to try to work out a solu There was no immediate answer to the Prospective default raised the Depression kicks up flooding rains NEW ORLEANS AP A soggy tropical depression and a low pressure system teamed up over southern Mississippi today and began pushing north east dumping torrential rains The storm left flooding along the Gulf some evac uations and one Police said Elizabeth Crowe of drowned Thursday night when she fell Into Town Creek near her home and was pulled Her body was recovered about two blocks Twentyfive persons were evacuated from suburban Jack son homes and five families were forced from their homes in a floodprone subdivision of was drenched 10 inches of rain Thursday and Jackson had seven Sev eral towns in Louisiana and Mississippi reported eight in ches of danger of major disruptions of the citys life massive furloughs of city em payless unpaid welfare school clos ings and perhaps even a loss of some police and fire Some financial anaylysts have warned that default could undermine the stability of the nations entire financial system and threaten the economic re including the top economic policymakers of the Ford have disputed that SiJurces close to the talks with the1 teachers union said Shanker wanted assurances that the city would back off from such planned economy measures as teacher layoffs and wage but that he was rebuffed by just before 1 the pension funds board of trustees voted formally not to make the although pledging to meet later in the day to re consider the Asked at that time If a reversal was pos Reuben a union member of the said I dont really think its but there is a A grimfaced Felix who heads MAC and has been involved in the citys fiscal crisis all declared that if this the likelihood is very great that we will The immediate loss from a default would be only to holders of the citys ranging from bank to small private in But within a week the city would face payrolls and welfare payments for which it would have little or no Rohatyn said that in that the city might furlough nonessential employes In order to conserve its resources for such critical functions as police and fire pro Shoppers reaping the foil harvest Going is how Andy chairman of the city wide fall harvest sale which began here Wed nesday and ends sums up the program to Many of the shoppers are not only from Brownwood but from surrounding he Kohn said most of the merchants report crowded stores and shopping areas of the city are heavy with The fall harvest sponsored by Brownwood Chamber of is actually a first for the Only the summer sidewalk sale held in connection with the Brown County rodeos even resembles the fall the big difference between the two is that the fall harvest sale is featuring sales inside the Saturday will be the final day for the sale and those who shop will literally reap the harvest Kohn In addition many groups and organizations have indicated they are going to set up various refreshments booths in front of merchants This is just an extra bonus for the shoppers who plan to take advantage of the last day of the fall harvest Kohn All mer featured as bargains for the will go back to regular prices on Kohn reminded Five share Nobel Prizes VICTORY CHPERS Ewiy will be wt to mitcb vietary frvw the Bangs wbiA dub title of Browv County Qlm A fwltoil fiiftfflpiiW ifl Sweden AP Five Including an won the J9S Nobel Prizes for Chemistry and Phys ics on Friday for pioneer dis coveries in their The Swedish Academy of Sck ence said the chemistry award is shared by John Warcup a research pro fessor at Sussex University in Vladimir ef lur J9iu The award went tQ Jgmjg p and two iohTi father goju also won ftfthjpl PTUe fojr MS nuclear and the younger Bohrs Benjamin The chemistry awards were given for advances in under standing the threedimensional arrangement of stems fa mole cules the functional results of the In the awards also concerned this tirae regarding movement of tiny particles the atpraie nucleus and that nwyimenj sffectf the structure 91 eelem was tog fee beach at University to Brighten when toe total surprise I am very and very happy to be sharing the prize with Professor he He took the afternoon off to be entertained by reached in Zurich at the Swiss Federal Institute of said he was so overwhelmed I simply cannot find the rjght words to express my Mottelson unavattahje semmfnjt became he wp on a trip Re bra in cjjjejj in W3 Cornforth received his half of the chemistry for his work the eochemistry of talyzed the acade my Prelog was cited his research into the ochemiatry of organic cules and The Swedish Academy of ence awarded the three cists equal shares of the his   

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