Winnsboro News, June 11, 1964

Winnsboro News

June 11, 1964

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Winnsboro News (Newspaper) - June 11, 1964, Winnsboro, Texas IflerofilAv Service & f�. 0. Sox 8066 Oil3.fig| Taxr>9 Co. _ Serving Northeast Texas' Leading Produce Market, Agricultural Section and! Rich, Four-County Oil Area (Eh* Wtmtsboro Stems Volume 57-Number 31 Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas 75-194. Thursday, June 11, 1964 10c a copy Two Sections-Fourteen Pages See the Special TREASURE HUNT Values in This Issue The COLUMN-tator By JACK E. BLAKE YEP. POONUII, that fourth nnn-.ml Winnsboro Rodeo was a good un! And l.undy Corky, Henry Whitley and nil the boys down at the Winnsboro Rodeo Association arc most thankful for the tremendous cooperation they received from all hands in making the rodeo the huge success that it was . . . the Auxiliary Police, the ladies who ran the concession stand, the association members, and everybody j concerned are due buckets of bouquets for their work. t t t RODEO HIGHLIGHTS: Ilnle Unwell of Mesquite rode a bull wilh u lighted cigarette in his mouth . . and "got a ride," too, sticking for the eight seconds and then bailing out with cigarette intact. . . . Mayor Elizabeth Suiter made a Friday night np;K'.r,rince riding in the rodeo .in the front seat of n black ).%! Chevrolet convertible . . . Only two cowboys were hirt, de-spilr tiie fast and furious action . . Edward Powell of Richardson broke a leg when a bull ""o." which, by the way. is no pony or colt but a lull-grown 'as much as he's going to> horse ... of a breed that ju=t doesn't gel any bigger . . . t t t oitctnn.s to us - soil con servationist Otho Gipe recently f Horse charges baseball field; 3 children hurt Three children were injured and several others shaken up Monday when a horse entangled with barbed wire ran through a practice session at Little League park, knocking down several of the ball players. Most seriously injured were David Hasinger, son oi Mr and Mrs. Lee Basinger. who received' a head injuvy; and Tommy Kra-  sowski. son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Clem Krasowski, and Gerry l.)od-gen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dodgen, who recvived cuts and : lacerations. j The three children were treated at Winnsboro Hospital and  c-leased. Young Hasinger. who ap- , parently was knocked to the ground by the hor>c. received a . hard blow on the head and a possible mild concussion. He was reported Wednesday morning to be recovering. According to witness?.-., the bizarre incident oecu-.red when. the horse, which bad been tied , to a barbed wire fence, apparently became entangled in tiK-wire and in panic, ran across the baseball field, scattering the players The horse reportedly belonged to Doris Cox. daughter of Mr, Cox. reported near strategic level Three Smackov er gas tests, were reported to be drilling a head this week, with two near-' ing strategic territory. j In the Moncrief field ncvtli of '� Winnsboro. the No. 1 Moncrief j was drilling ahead Wednesday morning i�t 9.98-1 fee! in the Travis Peak A spokesman for M. relayed to us n fine compliment j J. Delaney Co.. contractor on; horn Paul Wnlser. information' the l2.G00-foot Smackover gas specialist with the SOS office in i attempt, estimated it would be Temple, concerning our recent " Soil Stewardship issue    and we told Otho. we couldn't have done if without the cooperation of the loeal office . . . t + i WE JUST received word that j:i71 was collected here in the recent Cancer Crusade, and Mrs. IIosk ,Mnihil would like u summer here with his grandpar-i open barrel racing for all ages; i Food and drinks will be avail-j ents. j junior, sereor and open cutting; j ublo on the rodeo grounds. j Milner to Wyoming after visiting here Joe K. Milner, professor of journalism at the University of Wyoming and native of Winnsboro, left here Tuesday for Laramie, Wyo., and the summer session at the university there. He had recently returned to the United States after spending a year as a teacher of journalism at the University of Dacca in East Pakistan. While in Winnsboro visiting with relatives and friends, he spoke before the Rotary Club and the Winnsboro High School student body on his year's work in Pakistan, showing photographs and exhibiting a number of Pakistanian souvenirs. Congressman-at-large Joe Pool of Dallas swept to victory Saturday, June 6, in the second Deco-cratic primary 'runoff) election, carrying Wood and Franklin counties as well as the rest of the state over challenger Robert Baker. The hefty congressman won the state rirnoff by nearly a 2-1 margin and carried Wood county 1,132 to 406 and Franklin county 880 to 405. In county runoff races, J. L. (Louie) Fulgham of Mineola was elected commissioner of precinct TRAIL RIDERS ORGANIZE AND NAME OFFICERS The Winnsboro Trail Kiders, sponsors of the Autumn Traits "big ride" for the past five' years, held ah organizational meeting Monday evening, June 8, and elected officers and directors. Named president of the group was Wayne Redding, with Biiford Allen as vice president and Imogene Ney-land as secretary-treasurer. Directors elected were Royce Allen, John Crow, Joe Darby, Lee Dorsctt, Wayne Foreman and Earl N'chols. The group, while active for the. past five years, has never been formally organized. In future meetings thc group expects to draft a constitution and by-laws and go through further organizational procedures. norities, and no mount is free, once the bit is in Its mouth . . . 'Cloture) is perhaps the deadliest weapon in the arsenal of parliamentary procedures . . , "IT, Mr. President. I were given a choice, if 1 should have the opportunity to send into the countries behind the Iron cur- j tain one freedom and only one ] ... I would send to those lands > the very freedom we are at-: templing to disown lit-re in the i Senate ... the right of unlimited debate in their legislative chambers . . ." The senator - Lyndon B.' Johnson of Texas. The bill in; question - a civil rights bill much milder than the measure now being debated. The source - Republican senator John Tower of Texas. t t t AND LEST we forget . . . Sunday. June 14, is Fl�f . . . a good day to unfurl Old Glory and to meditate on the greatness of our country . . . what it is . . . and where it seems to be headed . . . WinniboroWt father diet ( Sun Antonio Funeral servle�s for C. S. Krasowskj, 95, father of Clem Krasowski of Winnsboro. were held Thursday, June 4, at Bren-ham. Mr. Krasowski died Tuesday, June 2, at San Antonio. He hid been a resident of that city. Survivors besides his son include two daughters, Mrs. Cecilia (JorreJU and Mr$. Stella Ceg-elski. both oi S�p Autouio. and live sraMchildfen, cIahi of H'uuMfcuro Httaaiial weff Uw capa limy nec#$yei ai lit hMakal. Stuieais (f*�M) �fff, left i� riglM, froa* rew. *frt. I4*i� Crow. WMff. Grace HaJfcpM ao�| Mrs. Mardivey Heoaet; back row. Mr#. Itaxel li�kbi��. Mr*. Uora McPterwii a*4 Mrf. ]U�- Tie cippiftg cereawwjf enm- Grand Cane. Ln., 168; Carl Ford of Valley View, Kdd Bourquinn' of Mesquite and Denny Lemons I of Dallas. IB? each. j Saddle bronc -- Davis and; 'Roderick, lfitt splitting first and j second money. j Calf Roping - Van Huss, 8.0 j seconds; R. H. Moss of Irving,! 11.2; Kenneth Kolley of Wenthor-j ford, 11.7; Hardy Tedlock of Ft. Wcvrth, 12.4; Joe Tedwell of Cc-' dar Hill, 126. Steer Wrestling - Coleman, 4.9; Rusty Woodard of Azle, 5.2; Gary Cromwell of Ft. Worth, 5.4; Kenneth Pressley. of Mansfield, 5.5; Charley Howell of Mansfield, 5.6. Bull riding - Spurgeon, 172 points; Royce Roderick of Wichita Falls, 171; Judry Reed oi Wichita Fallas and Johnny Bourquinn of Mesquite, 170 each; Glen Bird of Ft. Worth, 169; (See RODEO, Page 4) Summer classes begin Monday at high school The first summer school classes at Winnsboro High School opened Monday morning, June 8, with 20 students enrolled. Classes will be offered in English literature and grammar (freshman, sophomore and junior), civics, American history and world history, according to Willard V. Bethea, high school principal. Jvfc\ Bethea said that no math classes will he offered because an insufficient number of students applied. Besides Winnsboro students, classes include students from Pittsburg, Quitman, Mineola, Hawkins and Baytpwn. Foam Bnbber Remnants, ran. dom sues, huge assortment. For cushions, etc. Wf#tlfl Stort*. Winnsboro's June TREASURE HUNT This Week Only-June 11-12-13 RULES and REGULATIONS Many of the firms whose ads appear herein will have special prize numbers prominently displayed in their stores. If the Treasure Hunt number below matches that displayed on any prize in any store, you are the holder of a winner! You may claim the valuable merchandise prize being offered by presenting this page of The Winnsboro News. (The entire page must be presented - clipped or torn out portions will not qualify.) Other rules are: 1, No purchase required to win; 2. No phoning for prize numbers; 3, Only one prize per person; 4. Must be 16 years of age or older; 5, Contest ends at each store when that store closes Sat. night, June 13. Here Is Your Treisure Hunt Number: N! 832620 Check the ads in this edition for the many valuable prizes offered. Take this page with you- you havs A wiwipwr in 130 Merchandise Prizes 2 over Mrs. Mildred Crenshaw by a 709 to 698 margin. Incumbent Franklin county precinct 3 commissioner W. D. (Doney) Rutledge won over Chester Birdsong 470 to 429. On the Republican scene, George Bush of Houston won the GOP nomination for senator over Jack Cox, also of Houston, carrying the state and winning the Wopd county nod by a 77 to 28 verdict. Bush, a Houston oil executive, is the son of the late Connecticut senator Prescott Bush. He will oppose liberal Democratic senator Ralph Yar-borough in the November general election. Thc tally by boxes: WOOD COUNTY Congressman-aHarge: . Pool ,- East Mineola 472, West Mineola 353, Golden 95, Quitman 74, Hainesville 21, Winnsboro 70, Absentee 47, Total 1,132. Baker - East Mineola 133, West Mineola 106, Golden 58, Quitman 53, Hainesville 11, Winnsboro 19, Absentee' 26, Total 406. Commissioner, precinct 2: Fulgham - East Mineola 3-13. West Mineola 240, Golden 71, Quitman 17, Hainesville 12, Absentee 26, Total 709. Crenshaw - East Mineola 299, West Mineola 227, Golden 93. Quitman 19, Hainesville 9, Absentee 51, Total 698. FRANKLIN COUNTY Congressman-at-large: Pool - Mt. Vernon 122, Mt. Vernon 14, Mt. Vernon 14, Hagansport 61, Midway 3, Hopewell 2, Clearwater 11, Purley 54, Winnsbcvo 57, Absentee 25, Total 405. Commissioner, Precinct 3: Rutledge - Mt. Vernon (3) 301, Purley 78, Winnsboro 55, Absentee 36, Total 470. Birdsong - Mt. Vcvnon 133, Purley 88, Winnsboro 197, Absentee 11, Total 429. REPUBLICAN (WOOD CO.) U. S. Senator: Bush - Mineola 60, Winnsboro 17, total 77. Cox - Mineola 14, Winnsboro 14, Total 28. In Hopkins county, Delphia Leewright, assistant chief of police at Sulphur Springs, defeated incumbent Paul Jones by 218 votes to win the sheriff's position, ami Mervin Chester won the precinct 3 commissioner's post over incumbent Lex Fite, Colvin, Mangum buy Beatley well company Chavles Colvin and H- M. (Bob) Mangum have announced their purchase oi Beas(ey Water Well Service Co. from' D. D. Beasley. The business will continue to operate under the Beasley name and wiil be rnanage4-i; by-,'Mr. Mangum, formerly 3 salesman with Berry Bros. Equipment Co. oi Dallas. Ma Colvin will coetinuj) to operate his con^tru^tjod copv, pany. The newly-acquired fiCT8, located on the PUtsiwrf hj^jf y, will do water well #�Jpg and servicing wojk. pli* Mffa la^s, sou pipe, and culvert ti> w^fk. Famous Hoover GfeMfff*?* Stuff. -r^^\ ;

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