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Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Brownwood, Texas Weather p0reca5t How Inwood area Clear to in Cloudy and warm through tuesday with possible scattered thundershowers. Low tonight 64 72, High tuesday 38-94. Maximum temperature Here sunday p2 overnight Low 59. Sunset today 8 it Sunrise tuesday 6 55. Brownwood bulletin a a a it Toiv it mild ten pages today Brownwood Texas monday August 14, 1967 vol 67 no. 260 to cents daily is cents sunday i to mrs. Romig needs woman s division mrs Ray Romig of 700 Oak Park or was named chairman of the woman a division of the 1967 Brown county United fund. Her appointment was announced today by mrs j r. Beadel chairman of the drive due to begin in october. Mrs. Romig is currently president of the woman a society of Christian service of the Central methodist Church. She is a native of Brownwood and attended Brownwood High school. In 1965, mrs Romig was chairman of the mothers March of dimes in Brownwood and is past president of the Woodland Heights Bra. She is also past president of the Carden culture club and is still Active in the group. Mrs Romig is a former president of the Jaycee hates a member of the women s association of the brow need country club she also belongs to the Junior 20th Century Book review club married to Ray Romig Active in the wholesale tobacco business. The couple has three children James 20, i mrs. Rav Romig. Named chairman Peter in arid Russell. To. James is in the u. S army stationed at fort Mead my Peter will enter Southwest Texas state University in september Russell attends Woodland Heights elementary school. I a if at hang son to link with the major a ail line. Other Navy pilots from the City orders ordinance alcohol ban due for Park s drawing up of an ordinance prohibiting the Possession of alcoholic beverages in local City Parks was ordered this morning guard shot to death in Mississippi Laurel miss. Api a guard at the strike plagued Masonite Plant Here was killed today with two blasts of Buckshot in the face. Police said the shooting occurred near the Northern Boundary of the company s property. The guard was found bout 3 45 a in inside the Fence. The shots apparently came from the direction of the striking woodworkers Union Hall Pollee said which stands less than a to feet North of the Masonite property. The guard Robert Anthony Willoit of new Orleans was employed by a Miami firm which had provided special guards for the Plant since the april 21 Union walkout police reported another guard was fired on while driving a car. Tile shot did not hit this guard but sprayed him with Glass from a shattered Windshield violence has flared at the hardboard manufacturing Plant since the strike began. Last week the company warned that any workers who did not return to their jobs by today would be considered fired. This was the second time such a warning was issued. By Brownwood City Council action calling for the ordinance came after a report by police Chiep Bill Donahoo of numerous complaints concerning Beer drinking in Riverside Park members it it i the Council noted they Hae re revived similar rom plaints councilman Bill Jamar reminded the Council similar restrictions have Long Bren in effect in state Parks a tile same people Are abusing our Parks Day after Donahoo Tell the Council. He told the Council an ordinance is the Only Way police can take any action in the matter. When drawn up the ordinance will have to be passed on three readings before it goes into effect. In other action this morning the Council one passed on both second and third readings an ordinance ordering paving of be a so from first to second and second St from ave. N to Wood two approved payment of $1,190 to Trinity testing laboratories for Quality control work a a a a Nev control officer Busy a total of 120 dog licenses have Heen p u r c h a s e d in Brownwood since the new full time animal control office r began operations july 24, f Ohre chief Bill Donahoo told City councilmen this morning. He said the figure is higher than the total number of dog licenses issued Here in the past four years. Donahoo also reported that in the thre weeks since stepped up Poland activities began Andrews is found guilty in latest strikes by George Esper associated press writer Saigon apr . Warplanes struck for the second straight Day today at targets just to Miles from red China s Border closer to China than the air raids on North Vietnam Ever had come before sunday the . Command said their attacks were along the major Railroad from red China to Hanoi. A6 i sky Hawks from the Carrier on Constellation hammered a rail striation in the Tonkin Gulf t Cne a ii t c. Siding South of bang son and raked the Lang son Bridge 63 Miles North of Phi to sad they Cut the tracks in Haiphong. Pilots reported drop several places. Ping the Southern Span of the the pilots reported they in 360-foot. Four Span Structure. Countered Only Light antiaircraft a . Military spokesman said the Bridge is half a mile ire East of the Lang son Railroad no planes were reported lost and Highway Bridge which was in the latest raids but the . Knocked out in raids near the command announced that in chinese Border sunday. Saturday s 151 attacks on the one of two North an f105 thunderchief the Navy said the Bridge was and an rf4c reconnaissance one of two bypass Bridges being plane were shot Down by ground built by the North vietnamese lire. All three crewmen were listed As missing. This brought to 641 Tho total of announced . Warplane losses Over North Vietnam. Sharp fighting As the air War came closer to communist China in what appeared to be a lifting of some target restrictions by president Johnson Sharp ground fighting flared in South Vietnam s Northern 1st corps area elements of the 1st brigade of the 101st airborne division starting operation Benton ran into a withering barrage of Small arms automatic weapons mortar and artillery fire from Leo to Iso communist troops in a Batt that raged from sunday night until nearly Dawn today. The paratroopers said they counted .15 enemy dead on tile Battlefield Southwest of coastal tam by about 340 Miles Northeast of Saigon. Two paratroopers were killed and 19 wounded the us. Troops also reported capturing in enemy weapons. Another unit of the brigade suffered 12 wounded sunday night in a 60mm mortar barrage fired by guerrillas. Sweep ridges about. 40 Miles to the North vietnamese rangers sweeping the ridges where they had battled an estimated 1,000 North vietnamese regulars for two Days West of tam by said today they had killed 156 enemy soldiers and captured 45 weapons. They reported they had suffered moderate casualties in the initial engagement saturday. Two reinforcing battalions re-1 ported Light casualties. Vietnamese militia defending the Huong Dion sub sector Post on the coast to Miles North of Hue reported killing 52 guerrillas in a six hour Battle sunday the defenders suffered Light casualties an army spokesman said government troops said they later captured three automatic rifles six rocket launchers and too Quarter Pound packages of int which the guerrillas apparently had planned to use against the outpost. One two three go and three Young lassies at Brownwood municipal Pool attempt a backstroke race across the Pool. Ready to shove off Are from left to right Jolieta keys daughter of or. And mrs. Leon keys Lou Anc Stewart daughter of mrs. Wanda Maize and Deanna Drewry daughter of or. And mrs. Jack Drewry. Bulletin staff photo Chi frees ship Captain in connection with the runway Extension project at Brownwood municipal Airport three gave Beall s dept. Store permission to close the 2f>0 Block of Center ave. To traffic from r to 10 pm Friday night to Bald a Public dance four a approved a recommendation by City manager John Clary for a traffic Light at the Austin main intersection and Slop signs at All other intersecting streets on the Austin ave intersection when it is opened. Five approved using $9,000 from Gas system Sale funds and borrowing $9,000 in order to repay $18 too loaned the City by Brownwood Industrial foundation. Six appointed George All Corn and Marl furry to new three car terms on the City planning and zoning commission seven passed up action on buying property from Texas Highway dept. On the Brady Highway for $5,000. The site had been considered As a possible future City Park area. By Anthony c. Com Ings tiered soviet merchant ship Svirsk limped out of the red chinese port of Dairen sunday a Moscow report said after the chinese released her Captain and three crewmen following a bitter Exchange of protest notes with the soviets. The soviet Union announced that seven tugboats full of red guards escorted the ship out of the yellow sea port the Svir a s Hull superstructure and equipment bore anti soviet inscriptions. All the russian crewmen were aboard when the Svirsk headed for the soviet port of Vladivostok the announcement reported but the ships documents were kept by the chinese. Soviet demand soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin sent a Telegram to chinese Premier Chou in Iai saturday demanding that the red chinese Rel past the rap Bun and captured crewmen and let Crews takes new Post in Washington there have been 56 animals placed in the City Pound and the department has received 137 complaints involving animals. Donahoo also reported so Trifie accidents Here during july in which 13 persons were injured and property damage totalled an estimated $18,915 police jailed 74 persons in july and lines for the month totalled $2 160 july parking meter receipts were $2,154,22, Rev. William o. Crews or. Has resigned As pastor of the Woodland h eights Baptist Church of Brownwood effective sept. 5. On that Date he will become pastor of the Victory Baptist Church of Seattle Wash. The pastor and his family moved to Brownwood in july 1965 from Ballinger where he had served for five years As pastor of the seventh Street Baptist Church. While in Brownwood he has been Active in the Brownwood ministerial association and has served As clerk of the Brown county Baptist association. He also served one year As president of Texas Baptist pastors Retreat at Lake Brownwood during the two years Rev. Crews has served As pastor there has been Over 250 additions to the Church with the Church membership reaching a record High. Offerings have increased by 25 per cent and a kindergarten has been added to the Church ministry the pastor and wife and two children Ronnie and Rhonda will be leaving sept. 4 Tor their x a the Svirsk sail a peking broadcast Beard in Tokyo however made no mention of Kosygin a Telegram in announcing that a the chinese government ordered the Captain and one other crewman to leave China and never come Back to this the ship arrived in Dairen july 22 and shortly after a pravda dispatch said second navigator Stanislav v. Ivanov was accused by chinese authorities of refusing to accept a Mao tse Tung badge. The chinese demanded that Ivanov be turned Over to Fller inf copt. Viktor \ Korzhov refused. Captain arrested when the Captain went to the port office Friday to Register the Svirskas departure he was arrested. Pravda said the chinese version held thai two crewmen asked for a Mao badge and then a wilfully insulted it and threw one cadge into the sea a peking called it a an intolerable act of sacrilege towards chairman Mao and a an extremely serious provocative incident against China a the chinese version was contained in a note delivered to the new Orleans a a jury convicted it s n Andrews today of lying to a grand jury about a mysterious figure in the alleged new Orleans plot to assassinate president John of Kennedy. Guilty on three of five perjury counts the criminal Dis court jury decided at i 30 a matter deliberating two hours and 40 minutes. A i really should t complain a said Andrews with a heavy sigh moments before he was hustled off to jail if i did t have bad Luck i have any at defense attorney Harry Bur Glass immediately announced an Appeal will be filed on Many Points of Law judge it Auk j. Shea did oui set a Date for sentencing. Bugles said Andrews 44, will not a eligible for Bond until he has b in sentenced maximum sentence would be five years. Tin Case went to the jury before Midnight after Marathon debate of five Days and included a sunday session so unusual the judge had to Check the Labook to see it it was Legal. The was before a Tiver n jury because the charge of i rpm is a Misdemeanour under j us Wisiana Law twelve member i a is Ai r reserved for felony cases. In final arguments the state 1 it Ltd it u Dandrews of trying a Flo p1 it. I with the Orleans Parish grand jury which is probing an alleged assassination plot. I Rev. William Crews to. To Washington new Church in the Pioneer Mission area. In a special Church business meeting the following were elected to serve on a pulpit committee to seek a new pastor Floyd Smith a. H Caperton John Hardy mrs. G by me Abee mrs. Henry Robbins or. Danny Stephenson and mrs. Harvey Sprinkle. Ike due release from Hospital Washington a former president Dwight d. Eisenhower 76, is scheduled to Check out of Walter Reed army Hospital later today following a 10-Day hospitalization for a gastrointestinal ailment. His doctors have indicated the five Star general made steady improvement from the time he entered the Hospital a week ago last saturday. Plans Are. The Hospital announced for Eisenhower to Fly Back to his Gettysburg pa., farm Home following a Brief news conference on the Hospital Steps. Soy Jet embassy in poking and broadcast by the new China news Agency. The soviets planned the whole incident the chinese note charged to Quot Worsen relations Between China and the soviet Union a the chinese ignored a formal protest note by the russians Friday then Kosygin sent his Telegram to Chou warning that the chinese might be jeopardizing Trade Between China and the soviet i Mon front keeps texans Cool by the associated press it was More like autumn than mid August Over most of Texas today As a great mass of Cool air persisted Over the state. Waco a morning minimum of to degrees broke the record of 67 set in 1920. And the 65 Mark at Corpus Christi broke the record of 71 set in 1960 Wichita Falls 65 equated the record Low set in 1960. The coolest Mark was 53 at Alpine followed by 54 at Junction 55 at Texarkana and 56 at Dalhart. The states warmest lows were 72 at Houston and 75 at Galveston. A few showers developed in Panhandle and in the Gulf about Dawn effects of last weeks Cool front kept sundays top Marks below too throughout Texas. The a Bemoon ugh varied from 80 at Elpa o to 95 at Presidio in the big Bend country Dalhart received of Inch of rain during the night. Most other Points did t get enough to measure As Shower activity in the Panhandle extended southward rinse to Lubbock and from new Mexico line eastward almost to the West Edge of Oklahoma. Showers also fell South of Galveston in de Gull of Mexico but Huy War not expected to affect coastal areas. Congress offered Choice a tax hike or $29-6./ion deficit # a for in a. A Quot. No g amp i a stuck in the mud a unidentified member of the United state eth division Quot River raiders Quot is pull a is i de out of a Delta area South of in ainu by a South vietnamese Soldier during a search for communists. I Washington a Secre Lary of the Treasury Henry h Fowler offered Congress a Stark Choice today reject president Johnson s tax increase and open the Way for a possible $29-billion deficit or enact it and still face the Prospect of $14 billion to $18 billion red Ink spending. Those. Fowler told the House ways and Means committee Are the hard facts of the nations fiscal situation or said that with economies the government plans to make and with the 0 per cent income tax surcharge which he called a a moderate temporary emergency increase a the Treasury can hold its borrowing Down to a level that will not disrupt markets and shoot interest rates up thus he said widespread inflation can be avoided budget director Charles l Schulter backed Fowler Sesti mate of the deficit and said we Are determined to Cut More than $1,5 billion a in spending. A we Are aiming at a Cut of Over $2 billion As a Means of holding civilian expenditures below the january estimate a a Schultze continued Fowler said the spending estimate submitted in january for the year that began july i May now be exceeded by As much As $8.5 billion including $4 billion for defense and that revenues May be As much As $7 billion less than had been anticipated Fowler sought to show that the proposed Tux increase i less heavy than those enacted under comparable circumstances in the past. He said that during world War ii personal income taxes were raised by the equiv a m of 730 per cent and the t x s associated with the korean War wee equivalent of about a 28 per cent surcharge. In contrast he said a married couple with two children and a $10,000 salary typically would about Sih More under the pending surtax proposal or not much More than one per cent of total income Johnson in a series of sessions with House democrats has Laid out the main lines of Hie administration argument a Del n it possibly approaching $30 billion would mean inflation higher interest rates scared a Nev for the Small business my individual Borrower and quite Likely disaster Foi lha Home building Industry

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