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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Alice, Texas H Yow Jim your Ain my Rno col to 4-4089 weekdays till 4 pea. So by Tri 9 jaw beaten Al ail Echo partly Cloudy Ond Alice news volume 73 second class Poat a a paid at Al or a Tauaa. 7s3j2 Allie Texas sunday july 28, 1968 to daily 20� sunday number 303czechs stand firm against russian threat memorial mass held for three dead policemen Streit Cenes ii by Lillian Wilson elem a Belle Mhz. Ink a it cock came by the office before returning to Prescott Ariz. She and daughter Colleen have been residing there for a Little More Cleveland Ohio a in the shootings in the Glenville than two years moving from Here three Cleveland policemen area. Due to the daughters asthma slain by sniper bullets on the looting and arson which Tat. Ike spends Moil of his time in City s fast Side tuesday night Lowed the Battle Between police Alice looking after his business were eulogized at a memorial and snipers have tapered off Here and Les to see his family mass saturday As just Ordi and mayor Stokes lifted the cur As often As possible. I Lena Belle and Colleen have been Here a couple of nary Guys who pledged their few which had beep imposed pm lives. To protect human the troubled area for two nights police who had been working weeks a lust before the requiem mass 12-hour shifts returned to regu coming to Texas especially to at Ohn Cathedral. Mayor Lar duty hours and 1,200 nation watch Tommy Aycock play in the car a Stokes announced the Al guardsmen left the City. Pc tournament in san Antonio easing of emergency measures about 1,500 guardsmen re Colleen will be a senior next taken to Deal with racial unrest Maine on a standby basis. Orange Grove boy injured in Accident school year in Prescott and of touched off by the sniper attack Ter graduation plans to attend seven negroes also were killed College in Flagstaff. Plena Belle showed some of her Gold which she panned near Prescott this is a new Hobby of hers along with Rock collecting a but she still spends lots of time golfing after Colleen gets in College. Belle plans to return to i Alice. She said if Colleen does t have any trouble with her asthma in Arizona. Or and mrs. Jimmy Hallcom and hair children arrived by plane in Corpus Christi Friday afternoon to spend the weekend Here with or. And mrs. Hay Snowden. Jimmy is now serving with the music department at Harney fab in puerto Hico and also working in the Church there. He is former minister of music and education for the first Baptist Church in Alice. The Hall oms planned to leave late today Mark and Keith Schneider of 1016 Anderson were among the visitors at the american museum of atomic Energy Oak pulse was Ridge Hall of science Oak hedge my time term., which features demonstrations and display s on peaceful uses of the atom. Some 400 policemen including seven out of state delegations marched from the mall at the Center of the City to the Cathedral for the services for the three White officers it. Leroy Jones 47, and patrolmen Willard Wolff 30, and Louis go on a 37. The solemn procession led by police chief Michael Blackwell was escorted by a motorcycle Orange Grove Rex Lee Quad and mounted police. Black la year old son of or. The March a pm of Quot a Toi 0, from Boston Buffalo Chicago and mrs. Or Black suffered to Atlary ind., serious injuries at 8 . Fri and it Penn Yah Ranibai Day when struck by a car while stau it police Hio marchers in. Riding on his motor Scooter. Addition to Cleveland included according to reports by mrs. Police from departments in Cin a j. B. Wilson daughter of mrs. Annati Akron Columbus the Black Rex underwent surgery at Cleveland suburbs and the Ohio the Spohn Hospital in Corpus Highway patrol. Christi and is now in intensive City councilmen led by Cou care where he will remain for an Oil president James v. Stanton indefinite period. Also were in the procession. It a first believed that the mayor Stokes sat with members right leg which had taken the of his Cabinet at the front of the Burnt of the Impact would have Tol Cathedral for the one hour mass be amputated. However. Mrs. Celebrated by the it Rev. Wilson stated that the operating map. Anna chan.,. Ice i Lor of the Cleveland Catholic surgeon believes the leg can to saved Blit there is great con bodies of the slain officers Cern Over whether the right foot a Ere at funeral Homes in their can be left intact or not. A faint neighbourhoods. Felt in the foot and it is in Humble gratitude that will Tell if the foot we pay tribute to Jones Wolff can be saved. Inc Golonka a said msgr. Quinn mrs. Is ii son described Rex in is Eutuk Dubcek follows Liberal course prag i apr communist nist countries a Dubcek said in party chief Alexander Dubcek a television address reaffirming that Czechoslovakia Quot on the contrary it is the will pursue its Liberal course Only possible Way to make our said saturday night he is con Republic a really solid part v Vinced the soviet i Nion will the socialist establishment and eventually understand this is to make our Border the Moat re not a menace to its allies liable Border of socialism. Quot i am convinced that our Deputy a remier Ota my eau. Friends will understand even if tinned the russians earlier in not at once that the c Zee to the Day that a czechoslovak slovak socialist regeneration reversion from liberalization to process does not threaten the in the old regime of Quot fear and Teress of the socialist commu4 repression would crush co fit Dence in the actions comm. Two planes lost Over n. Vietnam farm Bureau Queen a Brenda Dahse Center of Orange Grove was selected Jim Wells county farm Bureau Queen a the annual contest held Friday night at memorial Junior High school. She is Crow Edy Sharon Freeborn Al left. Echo staff i i qui n Katherine Urhin right of Orange grow. A on contest and the tale r. Find of the howl is Terry a n i Margaret Spencer and daughters Faye Marie and Terri Lynn left this weekend for Houston. Tape Spencer and his family Oiler injuries As compound fractures of the right leg. A dislocated right hip a dislocated Quot we Are grateful for their dedication to god and their fellow Man. They Are heroes just Brenda Dahse 17, of Orange to protect human rights human Grove m cd pm edtion with five dignity and to secure Law and right ankle and fractures of the Ordinary Guys who pledged their jaw plus cuts and laceration Sll ves a heir fortunes then Honor of the face. Rex was leaving his driveway order hat Are the True Meas have been in Trinidad die past in his Way to work at a local ures human two and a half years and he will grocery and had driven out into As the mass was about to be now be Sla Lomed in Houston die Street when the car driven Gin Fred Ahmed fans a working with die manned space by mrs. Herbert Linze or struck Black nationalist who surren Craft Center. Him broadside. He was thrown dered to police at the scene of they have been visiting her several feet into die air and to. was apr car parents or and mrs. To i xxi landed in a neighbors yard18 municipal Burton three Par hts. Ii. Cd .1 y first degree murder charges in son with the killings of he was wearing a Hel p0iccmen Larry Vav aha r i on local Ati met. Fans 37, asked for a Preli l Tome. Has been appointed to a he was Given emergency care Minary hearing and his Case state bar of Texas grievance by or. J. A. Min t at the scene was continued to aug. 7, by Bren Jadaha Mamed farm bul eau Queen Wells county. She has competed in the mice championship Rodeo and is the daughter of or. And mrs. Sidney Freeborn. Miss find other Jim Wells county girls was selected 1968 farm Bureau Queen at the annual Queens con i Reebok was the Talent test held Friday night at a the contest. Memorial Junior High school. Hods miss Dahse and miss miss Dahse is a senior at or Freeborn will compete in the auge Grove High school is a District farm Bureau contests sinned by 4-h group composed of Brenda Buegeler Susan k i Najip in Frank Elaine Buegeler a Anza Weaver Marcine mar. Tin and Carol Buff the play won first place in the District 12 4-h contest. Mike Gofer Sang a Solo. Tive in 4-11 work and has won with her animals at the Lim Well county fair and other exhibits. Is the daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Dahse runner up in the contest was committee for the 14th District of the Accident and was rushed judge Ray a Miller. He is held Sharon Freeborn 17, of Orange bar president Ralph Brite of san to Corpus Christi in an Alic without Bond on the murder i Grove. She is a Junior at George Antonio announced. Ambulance. The committee has jurisdiction Over six counties. Charges. I Vav est High school but lives in Jim More reservations Are coming in daily from Alice sex students that plan to attend die seventh Amual reunion Here. The begun Ion is scheduled August 111 at the Yew Hall starting at j . A meal will lie decision served and the Price of the reset site on vation 2.50 per person includes granted nieces dam location delayed at meeting Beeville a delay on the engineers have presented edition presented by George mortar the proposed dam amazed on both the Cost and Rill of Beeville. Morrill asked the nieces River was of the lakes that would be j the commission to reaffirm a rest the request of the established at tile two Sites. The solution passed at a meeting in Colpus Christi delegation at a i Bureau of reclamation estimates three Rivers Carlie to build the meal. Rosalie Becket pipe and Hus meeting Friday of the coastal Cost a a me a amp a sue a it Cost the dam choke Cany on. C enter Bend regional planning comm is $52.5 million and would Imp find the Corpus Christi City c Oun band Roy of Vernon minn., or. And mrs. Glen men Sion held Here King of Sidell. La., and Severna j the City of Corpus Christi re Mallet mrs Michael Ciacco Quested a delay until sept. 13, a i have sent in reservations. Rosalie is a member of the class of 1952 and Severyna graduated from Alice High in 1943. Officers of tile Alice sex is u. Dent association would like to ried by a vote of know about the local exes plan against with the two voting de in Ping to attend. Arrangements Tor Gates from Jim Wells county the meal need to be made and the splitting on die delay. Luis Mora Date is moving closer. Voted for the delay and John reservations a be mailed to j Rhodes. Supported an imme a o Box 342, Alice. Diak decision. Both represented i the City of Alice on the Board. Other Jim Wells it minty Mem the Rev. Javier galilean is Hoard Are county pastor of St. Joseph Athol j Harville commis Church says the social Hill Tud Scmier Kuld Hartman and Al youth c enter is expected to be Fred x. Freddie Garcia. Judge completed by the first week of Harville Hartman and Garcia september were unable to attend the meeting. The Church is constructing the tinier i t Pean jr., of Alice new building on die Corner a As chairman of die planning com so Xith Reynolds and South c a Bis miss in d0 a not vote. Streets and Lias 7,812 Square a decision on the location of 16<,uu0 acre feet of water. I he cil had endorsed the Hoke choke Canyon dam would Cost Canyon site earlier this wee $28.4 million and would impound a Straw vote but later. A to d it it decision As to whether the pro 140.000 acre feel of water. Seek the delay on the deter Ina posed dam by built at choke can Ronnie Sizemore mayor pro term of the site Yon in the three Rivers area or tem of Corpus c Christi made the i his support of an Monedi be die ramp a site at Calallen. The motion to de Lay action Ona resold decision to choose the Cho motion to delay the decision car _ Quot Canyon site. Morrill pointed out for to 14 Quot dial die additional 2. 1 feet would Only extend the nieces rivet is ability to suppl to sea partly Cloudy and warm with for Ivy years at an additional a few scattered Cost of $10.8 million. A said at night is the forecast today that choke Canyon would Al it Diroughi monday for Alice and serve to prevent the Ami Vicinity by the u. S. Weather three Rivers and the ram to lie held in Corpus Christi on aug. 30, miss Dahse Ash Queen contestant and miss Freeborn As the Talent find. Mis it Dahse was crowned by Katherine Fuhrken the 1967j Queen. Odier contestants for Queen wire Margaret Speer of Premont. Patricia Stehle of Alice Cana Klait of Alice and Nancy Fuhrken of Orange Grove. Master of ceremonies at the contest want j. B. Owen jr., Agency sales manager of Cameron county. The Rev. Bob Hinkelman. Pastor of the i first methodist Church gave the invocation. The Welcome was Given by George Frank president of the Jim Wells county farm Bureau the three youths who will attend the Texas farm Bureau citizenship seminar to be held july 30 at Baylor University in Waco were introduced. They Are Jimmy Goldapp Thomas Caven Dei and Edwin Goldapp. A play Quot Hamlet was pre controversial Bill is signed Washington Al Resi. Dint Johnson signed into Law today a Bill limiting compete dive freight funding by farm cooperatives amid pub ii sited reports the trucking Industry had made Campaign contributions to several members of the House subcommittee which handled it. I he Des Moines Register said in a copyright Story that the contributions were made less than two months before the sub committee approved the Bill on july 2. Both House and Senate approved the Bill pending since last year within tin past two months. The Story by Washington staffer Nick rot said seven of the Nim members of the House subcommittee received contributions ranging from $500 to $2,Odd from tile truck operators nonpartisan committee an affiliate of the american i rucking associations inc. Nist party. Both were expressing their views in Advance of a scheduled meeting with Kremlin authorities to discuss the future course of Czechoslovakia. The soviet Union with the or. To botox backing of Poland. Fast Ermany Hungary and bulgar to is keeping up pressure for the czechs to get Back in line. A top exponent of therefor. Mist Campaign under Way since Saigon apr iwo More hard liner Antonin Novotny was american planes have been it noted As chief of the czech Oslo in the air War Over North Viet Vak communist party Jan 5, Nam Raisin to 872 the total of declared there would be no . Aircraft lost in combat backsliding. There. �?�1116 old political team Dis in a delayed report i a. Credited itself to a degree that its it Okessen said a Navy i 4 become unacceptable for phantom and a Marine a6 in the decisive majority of our peo. Tender were downed by enemy it he said in an article in the ground fire in North Vietnam s dirty newspaper rude Bravo Panhandle thursday. I free of old guard forces remain a the four Crew members Are list Tive in government political Jed As missing and a fourth was and economic affairs he added rescued after s reviving 20 hours but a they do not represent anybody Awson 37, ref like others in the party Lead intruder Pilot Reship silk Aid the czech Oslo parachuted into a North n let yaks looked Forward with confine me be antiaircraft Battery. He Dence to thir impending meet hid in a River and directed airing Voith the soviet party Sll strikes against the enemy guns Man politburo until they were silenced and a the soviet party chief looted it c e h Licop or was Abb to c Brezhnev and his associates Ream him Are expected to get together t a. B52 bombers flew seven with tin 11-rn in czechoslovak missions Friday and saturday presidium for a showdown hitting enemy Supply routes and in this country this tax it a concentrations near the a Geek Tex iian Border North of Sai a Sik said there would be a of the northernmost isun lengthy series of discussions or a area. We outlier communist parties i. Thailand american off 1 on Czechoslovakia s course vials were expecting More terrorist attacks on the seven i ,s,1 bases there following Friday s raid by red guerrillas on the i Dom air base. A thai guard was killed four americans were wounded and two aircraft were wrecked in the hour Long Battle. A minor Accident was reporter intelligence officers sex by police at Texas blvd. And Ped future attacks to be Low first St., at 9 25 . Friday. Level harassment raids posing a car driven by mrs. Harry no genuine military threat. Keeled 33. Of Alice was dam a a i in enemy territory. V Mal. Curtis Law i Sharon la., the in minor wreck Friday night however airmen have been issued full combat gear and Mir rifles and base Security forces have Ben placed on full Alert. Military spokesmen believe the thai guerrillas Are getting their orders from Hanoi. There was no news of the three american fliers released aged $ a a and a car driven by Israel Guerra 40, of 1120 St. Mary a St. Was damaged $75 in the collision. The Keetch car travelling South was stopped at a red Light and the Guerra car travelling in the same direction struck the to an american peace commit. Keetch vehicle in the rear a tee in Hanoi More than a week cording to patrolman Leo manage. Twice they had been sex Toj us investigating officer petted to leave North Vietnam on the regular Friday internal Guei a was ticketed for neg i tonal i control commission Celision and defective flights but they did not arrive brakes. In Vientiane Laos either time. The american military command lease prisoners when the three fliers return to the United states. I St March the i a com Mand released three captured seamen following the release in february of three american pilots the seamen were among 19 captured by . Ships in the Tonkin Gulf in july 1966, and presumably three More seamen h a ise Senate will be set free in response to the latest prisoner release. Said saturday it would re q i i i i several North vietnamese will Hill a w w supports Rickover w Ashing i on a weather stall changes announced �,5t? ales by daily Echo publisher Bank will not. Another fat Toi seated by Morrill was die m of die land. He said he had 1 signatures of 32 land in Quot the choke Canyon Areah it wild support Hie site and Coz a not a More than fair Markot value for the land. J Dot a Cox a former chairman of the commission spoke in be Reet Eto feet of floor space. The Mezzanine will u j die dam has been under consider have motion for at rut two years. The Bureau. Temperatures will be in the mid nineties during the Day and in tire mid seventies at night. Winds will be southeasterly at 8-14 . Today and monday with Light variable breezes tonight with possibility of daytime showers estimated at so per cent half of die delay. He said that offshore seas will be running ramp a would provide n from 2r3 feet with East South and of a better Quail Anda lounge for games Reading a a coastal Bend regional planning Easterly winds at 10-15 knots Over a 50-year Peri w music. The auditorium in the commission s composed of Dele official High temperature Fri costs would be $63 in. While gilding win have a capacity from 12 u Oas Tai Bend coun Day was 93, Low Friday night 73the choke Canyon Cut 400. I ties and High saturday 90 degrees $78 million staff changes on the Alice a sly Echo were announced this week by publisher in it Well p. Hunt. R. J. Randy Marquis has been named advertising manager and Wallace ii. Smith a. Been named editor. Marims has. Been pm the Addes neigh Vert Tsung staff of tile daily i Cho since a gust it of 67. He came to a from Beeville where he had served As commercial sales manager of radio station Kiwi and had formerly been associated with newspapers in Indian and Boti the san Antonio i ight end 1 the san Antonio express and other Texas newspapers. He is Ember of tin Aile Otic Church and is an associate member of the veterans of i foreign v ars. Mrs. Marquis is the former Ruth Mcguill daughter of or. And mrs c. J. Mcguill of Refu a i. The couple have seven children. Lim 12, Ted 11,1 to. Matt,9, Michele a Lauri Nell 7 and Bill 6. Smith joined the staff of the daily Echo in 1960, served is managing editor of the Alice news for two years and came Back to the Echo in february of 1967. I s. Smith is the funnel Flor couple have two children both 1968 graduates of in it Adams i ions club. St. Elizabeth a Cath High school. Hoi Ston Otis e. Scales 82. Vice president of t h e first state Bank of Premont my father of mrs. Marguerite Laugham of Alice died at the m. D. Anderson Hospital Here Early saturday morning. Judge and mrs. Ca Woodrow Laughtin were with Scales the latter part of the past week preceding his death. He is also survived by his wife mrs. Rose Scales of Premont. A native of Indiana Scales moved with his wife from Alpine Leto Premont in a j u i the exec it St i of the Bank there. F funeral arrangements Are in ending. A committee has sided with Alce . Hyman a Rickover in his Battle with the Pentagon to build a new super quiet submarine. I he joint committee on to Quot Mic Energy said saturday no valid reason has been offered Foi a in goo halt in spending for tax sub two months ago and urged that ill barriers to its construction be removed. Set re Bury of defense Clark Mclifford announced july i that the Pentagon would proceed with plan to build a new High Speed submarine. But lie said tin quiet sub still is under study Clifford rebuked Rickover without naming him for Crit i ing top civilian a by dais in the Pentagon in is kit a Timony before congressional commit. Tees the atomic Energy committee comments accompanied release of a teens ii d transcript of Testi Mony at closed session june 21 in which k Kover lashed Mavuin it repeated Pentagon Slu Mand Aid 11 depart Nunt of defense in come a huge thick of which stops dec Sines Quot

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