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Retail sales in big jump Aust Quot Al retail Bales in Texas tile first half of 1968 were a whooping 9 per cent higher than in the first six months of last year a a literal Boom a a new business Urvey said saturday. Sales of durable goods led the upward March registering an almost phenomenal 16 per cent increase Over the first six months of 1968.&Quot said the report. Tile University of Texas Bureau of business research said non durables Quot experienced a More modest 6 per cent Dennis w. Cooper research associate at the Bureau said the Index of general business Actu try in Texas Rose lip a cent Over the same period. Increases were registered in every one of the major retail store categories Cooper reported june sales however were Down 4 per cent from May but were 2 per cent higher than in june 1967, he said. Adjusted for seasonal changes Rota j sales were still Down 3 per cent in june compared with May. The Chuck Wagon by Chuck Threet Brown county agricultural a ent Cleveland negro leaders protest min a in Kenneth Mise food for thought Don i limit yourself to one or two salad greens try head lettuce Leaf lettuce Chicory endive watercress Parsley or omame served separately or in combinations. When buying salad greens he sine to buy fresh greens. As soon As you get Home Wash carefully Drain and put in hum drawer. When planning a tossed salad for dinner Wash and prepare greens in the morning put into a Damp Tea Towel and return to re fridge Rator. When you Are ready for them in the be Ning. Toss on the dressing and your salad is fresh and Crisp to put on the table. At Wise Steak House we try to keep our food and service always tops. Enjoy our Quality Tood served in a delightful atmosphere. Here Are a few tricks in salad making to Matoes should always be peeled before using put into boiling water and skin can be removed easily. Place Carrot shavings into a bowl of ice and hey curd. Never w Ash your w Ooden Sal de bowl wipe with a paper Towel that has been dampened then cover bowl and put it away. For 0 delicious breakfast lunch or dinner served promptly and in a pleasant atmosphere. Your Choice and moved at you Lika it Al. Kenneth Wise Steak House 407 Fisk 645-2593 Brown county Peanut Farmer will be interested in some of the Peanut demonstrations that arc being conducted by John Hardy of May. Hard it has established seer year in cooperation with the Texas agricultural Extension service to test some practices that could net local Peanut Farmers More Monty. In addition to deep blowing and the use of pre emerge Weed control. Hardy has an insect lessor Corn stalk Borer control demonstration using Dia Zinon he also has a seed treatment demonstration in which seed treated with Cerasano plus Captan had 213 seedlings in 90 foot of Row Aras an treated seed had 219 seedlings. I Shiftan had 203 seedlings and the untreated seed had Only 118 seedlings. This count was made by myself on july 15 which was 17 Days alter planting. Also planned again this year on the Hardy farm is a Peanut Leaf spot demonstration using various rates of different materials to control Leaf spot. Most All of these tests Are the Only one of their kind on dryland peanuts in our arca and should certainly be beneficial to our local Farmers last year on tile Hardy farm the insect control demonstration the Weed control demonstration and the disease control demonstrations gave a Large increase in yield and Grade and netted Many More dollars than did the uncontrolled tests. Last year s tests were published in the Brown county agricultural demonstration handbook. And a few of Are still available at my office for interested persons who have not received them Grain sorghum marketed through hogs Netter twice As much As Gram sold at time of Harvest. Feeding tests at the Stiles foundation farm near Thrall show that Grain sorghum fed to hogs returned about s4 Ner Hundred pounds compared with $2 per Hundred weight for Grain sold at Harvest time in the area. In the tests 196 sows narrowed 2.077 pigs an average of 10.6 pigs per litter. At 35 a s of age the litter average was 9 4 pigs about 2 per litter higher than the state and National averages said or d. B. Hud Ryan Extension Swine specialist with Texas a amp a University. The assistant county agricultural agent and myself took 13 4-h boys to Lake Cisco Camp on july 22-23. The boys participated in Many sports such As swimming washers horseshoes baseball skating miniature Golf cooking and sleeping out. Awards were Given to Tho a winning at these sports All who went to Camp had a Good time and received helpful experience As they mingled with boys from other counties the Learned How to share and get along with others better the Brown county delegation arrived Back in Brownwood approximately 2 30 . July 23 it was a very successful 4-h boys Camp. The boys arc All looking Forward to the next Camp. The Brown c county 4-h club float won second place in the annual Rodeo Parade thursday. Among 4-h members who worked on the float were Annette Ray Brenda Bell Delora and Craig White Terry Don. Vicky and Letitia Scott Donna and Dorothy rambo. Phillip and Robert Wright Bryan Horner. Theresa White Brenda Stokes. Penny Crutsinger Shenna and Ann Tongate Jerry and Joyce my Fetn Marcella l i n d s e y Sheralyn Alford and Judy Morgan adult leaders who worked on the float were Jerry Hinds. Mrs Twylah tally mrs. Ira Ray mrs. Olive Brooks mrs Joe Scott. Mrs. B w. Rambo mrs Gene Tongate mrs l g. Crutsinger mrs. Bill White. Or and mrs. Gene Bell mrs Vivian tally mrs. Vivian Allcorn and or. And mrs. Charles Wright trailers wore furnished by Gene Bell of Bangs and c l Andrews of Brookes Mihi theme of this year s 4-h float was Quot seven flags Over the float depicted the six nations flags that once flew Over the state with 4-11 youngsters dressed in the costumes of those nations and the seventh Flag was of course the 4-h club hag by m Shn Scott Cleveland Ohio a with Cleveland s hot racial tempers cooled to near Normal some negro leaders complained today that neither they nor mayor Carl b Stokes have been Given enough credit for averting a racial Bloodbath the week might have ended with far More than three policemen and seven civilians dead they said. Had they not been allowed a 24-hour Cooling off period to patrol the streets wednesday night with National guardsmen and White police withdrawn. Reduced Law enforcement patrols reported few incidents Friday night even though Stokes pushed Back the Start of curfew to Midnight to let slum residents enjoy part of their usual Friday night out. Police from As far As Boston boasted he planned the gunfight that took their lives was charged with their murders. Quot we knew wednesday evening that if White policemen had gone into the Black Community wednesday night there would have been a wholesale Slaughter of Black people a said William Picard director of Cleveland s National a relation for the advancement of coloured people Stokes who made two trips into the six Square mile East Side trouble zone Friday to ask for citizen cooperation ordered All City flags to be flown at half staff in Honor of the slain policemen. He and his wife sent notes of condolence to each of the three families All of whom will hold their own. Private funeral services. Fred Ahmed Evans the bearded Black nationalist charged with murder remained in Cuya hoga county jail under $250,000 Imd he pleaded innocent to three earlier charges Possession of a carbine shooting with intent to kill and Possession of marijuana the Cleveland Plain dealer in a copyright Story said to truck Driver William la Mcmillan the first Man shot in tuesday night s sniper Battle identified Evans As the Man who 11red a carbine slug still in his body. Police and guardsmen raided two hotels and Evans Home in neighbourhoods frequented by Black nationalists in search of w Ca Dohs Friday. B Wood Man named to senior Loon Post Bostons Cecil g Ford has been promoted to senior Field Man for the farm loan depart ment of the John Hancock Mutual life insurance co. With offices in Vernon. In his new position Ford will be responsible for new and existing farm and ranch Loans in Western Oklahoma and Northwest Texas. A native of Brownwood Ford is a graduate of Texa a amp m University and served As a soil scientist with the . Department of agriculture at Stephenville before joining the John Hancock s loan office in Vernon As a Weidman in 1964. Gardening time is Herl Plant a want and now dial 643-4343. Pitinii always first Quality a a starts tomorrow White goods in att colors including White thus try com Brt goo. Special close out buy 500 Yards drapery Brownwood bulletin 3a Burns forgotten the Day a made for Wendy Camp la year old son of or and mrs. David Camp Iii Friday when Rex Allen movie and recording Star stopped at medical arts Hospital to Chat with the boy. Young Camp was burned at hrs Home about a month ago now when pc hoc i starts in the fall he will have a lot to talk about including the experience of wearing Rex alien s hat even if lust for a few minute. Bulletin staff photo con Qura the modern ring goes Marquise

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