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Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Brownwood, Texas Brownwood bulletin weather forecast Brownwood area fair today and monday. High today in upper 90s, Low tonight near 75. Maximum temperature saturday 97. Sunset today 8 34. Sunrise monday 6 43. Twenty eight pages today Brownwood. Texas sunday july 28, 1968 vol. 68 no. 246 to cents daily 15 cents sunday Connelly dedicates Trail monday the Brown county Trail will come into being monday morning when gov John formally dedicates it during his two Day dedicatory swing through the Texas forts Trail tour. Connail will dedicate the local Trail when he arrives at the Brownwood municipal Airport about 8 30 a in. Monday. During the ceremonies. Fred Carpenter president of the Brown county historical society. Will present Connail with the lust older about the Trail. About 10.000 folders telling about the Brown county Trail have been prepared by the local historical society and the Brownwood chamber of Commerce. The governors plane will be greeted at the Airport by the chamber of Commerce red carpet committee Coffee doughnuts and Rolls will be served for those present the tour will leave Brownwood about 9 a in and will make its first Stop at Burk s museum in Comanche then the tour will move on to de i Eon where Fred Williams president of the de Leon chamber of Commerce chamber members and mrs. Jack Hasty president of the women s division of the chamber will Greet the governor and his party. During the rest of the morning the group will travel to Mineral Wells and it Richard son in Jacksboro. Lunch will be served in Jacksboro Graham it. Belknap and Ai Banc will be stops on the afternoon segment of the tour before an overnight Stop in Abilene Connally will speak at a dinner monday night at the Golden Stagecoach inn in old Abilene town a informal breakfast will be held for members of the tour tuesday Mong at the Windsor hotel on tuesday the tour will go to Winters. Bronte it Chad Burne of Robert Lee Reser voir the group will have lunch in san Angelo before moving on to it Concho Christoval Foradi Menard. It. Mckavetz. The san Saba Mission it Mason of Mason Brady Richland Springs and Brownwood the tour is scheduled to return to Brownwood at 7 15 p in. Tuesday and the governor s plane is to leave at 8 p in plans Are in the making for a reception Here for the governor and i party before Thev return to Ustin autograph time a Cowboy Star Rex Allen autographs his picture for Tamie Lou Hill daughter of mrs. Ellen l. Hill of Brady just after one of his performances at the fifth annual Brown county Rodeo. Allen backed up by Quot the men of the West Quot Sang during each evening of the Rodeo. Bulletin staff photo Houston Cowboy top bronc rider Scooter Pizzitola of Houston j taking second place in the j the regular Rodeo performance. Won the bareback bronc Riding i bareback Riding Competition was dub Perkins of Rosenberg and Jones of Austin will be among i i. A a i it t i l n my i i Rel i a i. A \ c it it Ai a i a l 11 i i \ it ref c m i. A Roll i i h la n n it i c in i i l Dinto t a n i a a i a250 due for Tea sessions approximately 250 Texas teachers will begin registering today at the brow Towner motor inn for the second annual workshop for coordinated vocational academic education. Sponsored by the Texas induration Agency the workshop will be held monday through Friday with the first session scheduled to Start at 9 a m monday. The keynote address monday morning will be delivered by Elmer Schick vocational technical education program officer. Department of health education. And welfare of the United states office of education. His address will follow the web. Come voiced by mayor of Brownwood Truman Harlow. Thomas r. Seely formerly 01 Brownwood and now of Austin is workshop coordinator. T la. Planes pounce on red Supply boats stage set for Lowdown intervention irks czechs event at the fifth annual Brown Sidney Johnson of Snyder with j Sonny Smith of Blanco teamed county Rodeo at Earl q. Wilson 57 Points tying for third place Arena saturday night. I with 54 Points were Mike Smith with 59 Points he was one of of Brownwood and Ronald caul Only four riders who were Able i Der of Mullin. To ride the broncs during the three performances. Sale branded big Success a we had a Fine sidewalk Sale. And there were More people shopping this year than last a Bob Childs chairman of the retail committee of the Brownwood chamber of Commerce said. He was referring to the third annual sidewalk Sale held in connection with the Brown county Rodeo saturday. Childs said All the merchants he spoke to were pleased that the purpose of the sidewalk Sale to close out summer merchandise was accomplished a we had a tremendous crowd lots of Selling plenty of buying and Many new faces a Lonnie Holland member of the retail committee said. Holland said the shoppers were on the streets before the stores opened and Many merchants began transferring scalable items from the stores to the streets before the regular opening hour a i Don t know where All the people came from a Holland noted he said he believed Many ble Falls. Third place went to in tie Down calf roping five Arnold Kelps and Darrel Bishop places were awarded in this the largest category of the Rodeo. Boyce kitchens of Eastland took first place honors with a time of 10.5 seconds. Skipper Duncan of san Angelo la seconds took second James Sheppard of Austin 11.2 seconds came in third Roger forehand of Del Rio 114 seconds was fourth and Richard Fry of Gatesville j 11.5 seconds finished fifth. F our prizes were awarded in steer wrestling with Roger fore j hand taking first place with 6.7 j seconds. With a time of 8.6 seconds Pizzitola of Houston came in second. Edd Workman of Mineral Wells was third with 9.3 seconds and j. B. Gibson of Houston came in fourth with 10.3 seconds. The girls got into the action with barrel racing. Connie Wilkinson of Newcastle placed first those in charge of various ses up to win first place coming in Sions his workshop will be second were Jody Jones of Llano entered around orientation to and Jim Meco Ruedale of mar cooperative training. Others to conduct sessions Are Ruth m Payne and James j Ubrich w. H. Fife and Billie e. Lovelave Louis r maneely and Albert h. Bartschmid. Headquarters for the five Day the final performance of the workshop is the brow Towner Rodeo which was termed by or it j motor inn and sessions will Al Deo officials As perhaps the most Ternate Between the Browntown successful of the five rodeos or and meeting rooms of the held so far. Brownwood coliseum. Of Killeen while fourth place went to Bill Tatum and Claude Lovejoy of Gatesville. More than 4,000 people saw deny rumours by Peter Rehak Prague apr Czechoslovakia a communist party chief Alexander Lubeck a know edged saturday night that there Are a want socialist tendencies and some ant soviet invectives and moods Quot in his country hut suggested they did not give the soviet Union the right to threaten intervention Dubecky a mild and Low key statement perhaps an attempt to set the tone for meetings next week Between soviet communist leaders and Prague ? re formers predicted the talks a will contribute to a gradual re Moval of the in charities which have shown in our Mutual rela it was accompanied by an apparent new gesture of Good will toward the soviet Union for Mal censure of la. Gen Vaclav Prchlik for urging that other communist nations have an equal voice with tile soviet Union in running the Warsaw pact. Prchlik was removed from his Post As the top czechoslovak communist party Security officer thursday. Prchlik a Liberal had come under severe soviet attack an official statement distributed by the news Agency to said Prchlik s views a do not express the official standpoint a ctr sometime Atter Brans guardsmen Roll into City today the Road Between Brownwood and North fort Hood will be filled with National guard vehicles this morning As members of the 3rd battalion. 112th Armor Texas National guard return Home from a two week stay at the Central Texas military base. The battalion left july 14 from Brownwood for two weeks of Field and Camp training the group was put on practice Alert for three 24-hour periods during the two weeks As a part of intensive riot control training i riffing fhe official statement announced that it was a Zembar Good until further notice there was no explanation but the Agency said the embargo might he titled sunday. Lubeck talking about the coming showdown talks with the soviets told a nationwide broadcast audience a i believe that the idea of International ism on which we have based our relations with the soviet Jie Ople will come out cleaned and strengthened in the end Lubeck broke into a smile when he was handed before the television Tamer a a pile of papers with 20,000 signatures Back ing his Liberal course sponsors Hope to collect several Hundred thousand signatures before the crucial meeting of soviet and czechoslovak party leaders. Informed sources reported meanwhile that romanian president and party chairman Nico lae Ceausescu is expected in Prague thursday for signing of a new Friendship treaty. Officials rally around schools out of town Brownwood Sale. Shoppers for the were in sidewalk Dallas apr officials of Texas can close a College three Texas Baptist colleges Rah or. Moore said a lawyer said lied saturday around their in the same thing. He said the Conneth 19 seconds As her time and Sti Tutins after a report that a mention Only can Stop financial Vickie Adams of Gainesville commission was considering support which is Only a portion was second with 19 i seconds closing the schools. Of the colleges income. Judy Deathrage of Anson and such a report was Given by a a tile decision for closing any Mary Lou Haeber of Rock trustee of one of the colleges Texas Baptist College is vested Springs tied for third place with Friday he would not permit use completely in its Board of trus a time of 19 2 seconds. Of his name. Tees a said Tunnell. I ring the three nights of declared or. J d. Moore. Tile schools named by the the Rodeo Only two cowboys head of the Texas Baptist Edu trustee were Wayland. East Tex were Able to stay on top of the cation commission As Baptist at Marshall and How bulls for the full time. First a it is going to be a Long time Ard Payne at Brownwood i and place honors went to John Stokes before they Are closed if they ers of All three schools said there of Johnson City with 77 Points Are Ever was no Prospect that they would Donny Neff of Santa Anna was Graddy Tunnell trustee chair be closed second with 45 Points. Man at Maryland College at an official of one Texas Bap the team tying Competition Plainview said that neither the list College said it receives Only had More competitors than sex education commission nor the about la per cent of its budget peeled and was continued after Baptist general convention of see rally on Page 2 to 40/ life a a a i. Jet a i Wjk amp a it by c. A a in a ii a a symbolic of a rumoured offensive by the enemy is this military statue in front of the South vietnamese National Assembly building in Saigon. The government building could be the target of an attack said to be in the planning stages by the Viet Cong. Navy pilots sink 132 in giant strike by Edwin q White Variate press writer Saigon apr . Navy warplanes flying from three carriers off the coast of North Vietnam Sank or damaged 232 enemy Supply boats saturday in what a i s spokesman described sunday As the largest hag of boats for the the nearly 200 Navy aircraft a pursued the enemy boats and barges on Rivers canals and coastal Waterways through the Southern Panhandle of North Vietnam sinking 132 boats and damaging another too the spokesman said. Flanking from the carriers in i rapid Bon homme Richard and a third unnamed ship. The us plan Rosa sgt hip reply to boats in a wide arca stretching from 19th parallel the Boundary for bombing in the North to Cape min Bon 75 Miles to the South. The spokesman said bomb damage to roads and Bridges in the Southern Panhandle below the 19th parallel had forced the enemy to depend increasingly on boats to move its supplies southward the heavy attack was in response to this change in strategy. Tie raid followed announcement saturday that two More american planes have been downed in the air War Over North Vietnam raising to 872 the total of . Aircraft lost on combat missions there. In a delayed report u 5 spokesmen Aid a Navy Al phantom and a Marine a8 intruder were downed by enemy ground fire in North Vietnam Panhandle thursday three of the four Crew members Are listed As missing and a fourth a rescued after surviving 20 hours in enemy territory. Maj. Curtis Lawson 37. Of Sharon pa., the intruder Pilot parachuted into a North vietnamese antiaircraft Battery. I Poltl Lii ill tilt he Isis Lull la ill Rikhi Ftp in it a Lull Hiltl a Ali Llull Holli Lilly a thit Mnewman denies report says future looks Bright regret Over rumours concerning the possible closing of Howard Payne College was expressed saturday by or Gordon Clinard president of the Baptist general convention of Texas. To or Guy d Newman. Mpg president. A Story in saturdays morning s Dallas morning news quoted an unnamed trustee of a Baptist College As saying three Texas Baptist colleges including Howard Payne May be closed or. Clinard expressed to or Newman by Telephone saturday morning. Newman labelled the report As incongruous and unfortunate and noted that while the Rumor came at an unfortunate time a the Promise of the future is in a statement issued saturday morning Newman said a i should like to at the Onset categorically refute any idea from anyone from the lowest position to the highest that any statement has been made that any action has been taken that any of our Baptist colleges will be closed a or. Newman a statement said in part a this Rumor that has gotten out is an ambiguous thing it could understandably Hurt Texas Baptist higher education but most Likely it will serve As a catalyst to precipitate people into action rather than to a negative reaction a Howard Payne College is 80 years old it was founded amid times of distress it has Glt a through years of depression and want. But today after 80 years of its existence it is in the finest condition that it has been in my opinion in All its history. It represents the Hopes dreams aspirations prayers tears toil sweat the blood the sacrifice of thousands and thousands of people. A and for anyone to imagine that in a precipitate action that an institution that not Only a a soul and a mind by has a great tradition could suddenly be placed on the Block and be sold constitutes a glaring incongruity As Well it is almost a blasphemous Impert Enance at this time in the history of education. A i happened to be a student at Baylor University during the years of the depression Baylor Means a lot to me and my tam ily. And it went through these perilous years of tears and trial. The faculty was Low the rumours were everywhere could Baylor sustain it Baylor went through other crises. A this Rumor could and very Likely will become a source of inspiration that will rally the people of Texas who love Howard Payne and the other institutions to move to another Era of Prosperity and Trust. A now to say that the Baptist colleges in Genera and Howard Payne in particular Don t have problems would be wrong each of us has our own problem. We will readjust ourselves we will accommodate to the problems that have been thrust upon us by the great revolution in education All Over our country. A even the tax supported or state supported schools have their problems we Are going through this transition we will meet it. A no one has any right to make any statement about the closing of any Baptist school until the Baptist general convention in Texas in session had approved such action. That is what makes the Rumor incongruous and unfortunate. A and to try to anticipate the emotional reaction of 10.000 to 15.000 Baptist delegates who represent the million Baptist membership in solemn session saying that this school or that school is going on the Block to in sold is one of the most diff ult thing him bag i ?. Mentality is one rung Baptist emotion is another. A hence we want to make a declaration on behalf of the Hoard of tru tees and on behalf of All concerned w to love Howard Payne College that while this Rumor has come at an unfortunate time the Promise of the future is Bright we have approximately 312 million dollars endowment we have approximately that much in sight to undergird the school. A we will do internal studies we will make changes that Are absolute essential to accommodating ourselves to the escalation of costs to the pressures on private schools. A the total assets approximately of Howard Payne College including endowment and capital on both campuses the Daniel Baker Campus and the main Campus has an appraised value of some la to 12 million dollars a in recent years the late j 4 Walker the largest Benet actor of Howard Payne whose Trust in the first National Bank in Dallas now is Worth $15 million called or w. R White who was then state Secretary he asked him what he thought the future of Howard Payne was. Or White quoted to me on the Telephone this week a i told or. Walker that Howard Payne like other Baptist schools would have problems in the future but he had Confidence that Howard Payne would remain As a Baptist school a a emr. Walker in response to the executive Secretary to the Baptist general convention of Texas during the years of the depression set up a million dollars which has now appreciated a million and a half. A these Are some of the vital Factor that ought to Insue Confidence in a1 people everywhere who love tile institution a or Newman Condu Dede. A ilk a to

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