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Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Brownwood, Texas Brownwood bulletin Peg 2�?a mrs. John doric 62 in boffo Stewart service or mrs John w Brit Clark 12, of 1207 Avo b will be at 2 today at Johnson memorial method Church with burial to be in Velar cemetery Rev swede Erickson and Hee or neat Hoper Ara to off Mata Ravia morn funeral Home to in charge tit arrangement or. Clark died at 1 0 Friday following a one week ulnar so was bom june 21, 1914 in Wilton county and was a homemaker. She wee a methodist and a member til the Keb Kaht she had lived 22 years in Brownwood and married John w Clark at Brady july i 1990 survivors include her husband two sons Don Clark end hat Clark both of Brownwood two daughters mrs Brenda Carroll and mrs Mary Beth Ueo Daon both til Brownwood a brother Harvey Mcmeans of san Angelo three maters mrs. Aliet Talley mid mrs bom Belk Roberts both of Santa Anna and mrs in Kkt her of san Angelo and la grandchildren until Zochol Afun us hic or vim for Annie i pm hat 99, will be Liard at 3 . Today at second and Wallace Street Church of Christ burial will by in san Saba cemetery Howe Doran f funeral Home in in charge of arrangement mrs Koch at died Friday at 7 to a it in a Temple Hospital she was born april 29,1191 in Sabinal and married Louis i Nhat aug. 7, 1921 in Uvalde county she was a member of the Church of can survivors include her husband a son claimant Koch at of Brandon mils., three Brothers Ralph h Taylor tit Sabinal Foy Taylor of vie Orvilie Calif and Joy Taylor of Houston two states mrs Nora Hudgens til Corpus Christi and mrs Arace Daggett of Milwaukee we Sis grand children and one great great grandchild in. Jock Long 64 Goldthwaite bbl a services for in. Jack i Melvin Long 94, will a Bald at i pm. Today at the fir Bapt Church of burial will be the Goldthwaite memorial cemetery under the direction of Wilkins funeral Home mrs Long died about i saturday in the Childre to Attal after a lengthy illness she a bom Jan. La 1913 in thu county end married Jack Long May is Obi at Mullin so was a lifetime resident of Mui county a homemaker and a member tit the Bapt Church she was the daughter of the taut William camper for survivors include her Hue Bend a Eon Jock Earl in or. Til Goldthwaite bar Mother mrs. Nettle to of the heritage nursing Home in Goldthwaite a brother Floyd Fox of Goldthwaite a Slater. Mrs Velma Smith of fort Worth and two granddaughter Mony hit Roods Over Holiday by the am dated pram most americans paid their fractional homage to the onslaught of summer with mortal Day weekend Vance ranging from Small tripe to Croaa country treks to jut relaxing at Home Bace car Driver Jan Guthrie opted for a Holiday of wheels becoming the first woman to compels Tai the in Moik Clark Nomad to honors Bond ban Angelou Mark dark soy of or. And in Bruce e. Clark of Sua. I it a ton a w the honors band my vol my am a a a or to ser Vicat for mrs. Berta Mew it 99, of in Werner St Tai Houston were Beld St 3 saturday St Davis Morris funeral Home with burial in Blanket cemetery mrs. Stewart died St a Houston Hospital around i 39 thursday following s five month illness she was Horn March 12, 1997 in Florida Sod was a homemaker a Baptist she Ted lived in Houston seven years and was formerly of Blanket she married Jeanc Stewart in Ward mint Tai june 1942 he died july 24, 1970 survivors include four daughters mrs. Madeline Vul sri of Wylie mrs Theora Jordans of Seminola mrs. Clara mar Simpson of i liar lesion us mrs caste Lee Burn of Sinton two sons Khz Burnett of Houston and h h Dawdy of Grandfalls a brother Rayford debunk of Anions three Stepson Glen Mowart of Blanket Gary Stewart Brownwood and Harold Stewart of leks Whit nay five stepdaughters. Mrs i Metis Campbell of Louisiana mrs Gladys Burnett of Houston mrs Joy Hinton of Wyoming mrs Elisabeth Keener of Wickett and mrs Mark ugh foot of Monahans a grandchildren and a number of Rufus Dania ii Goldthwaite it bbl a services for Rufus Fred Daniel tit of Goldthwaite will be at 4 today at w ilk is funeral Home with burial to be in North Brown Ceina Tery North of Goldthwaite Rev. Martin Kine will officiate or Daniel died St 1 49 a in saturday in a Goldthwaite nursing Home following a Long illness he was born on july 17, ii near Lur Mph in in Comanche i county he married Sara Trees Carvel on sept 4, 1908 it Tuu Nukui Hwy moved to Mills county rum Umpkin in ii i died in 1973 he was a methodist survivors include four sons i Hie Daniel of Brownwood a Bill Daniel of Mullin Floyd denial of Goldthwaite and Joyd Daniel of Burton two daughters mrs. Gladys Stanley of Comanche and mrs Lucille Harris of fort Worth 13 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren 40 dead in Ohio night dub fire Southgate by. I apr a raging fire a night club killed at Lea 40 Perone saturday night a fire official said or blamed Many of the Cazau Atiee in panic Southgate fire Chi Dick Itie Eenberg who gave the death tou said More persons were trapped inside the building in this Kentucky Community across the i talk River from Cincinnati screams could be Board from people trapped maid the two Story Beverly Hills supper club one the Large night clubs the Midwest the fire chief said the Blase was out of control. Singer John Davidson a rogue Glia to on television i tonight Abow was about to go on slag when the fire broke out. He was reported Safe. On witness counted 18 Buttes the South door of the building where a priest was giving the la Mea. A everything was under control until the fwd a broke out Quot said ends doctor 50, of Columbus Ohio. His wife Root mud people began to creaming and running for the doors when they spotted the names the fire burned through tbs Empire room where David was to appear. Flames also biased through adjoining dining school terror victims May have cases of meningitis first plunge Anay Gateway of. Of by Ewe Wwod prepares to bit the Waler saturday St tor Moak Bowie memorial Day weekend breathe toe a final it it probing Al City swimming facilities i i Vance in for u s Paris economic talks go into final rounds monday by David Minthorn associated press writer , the Netherlands apr a dutch officials waged a War of nerves saturday with asian extremists holding some so hostages in a train and a nearby school. Doctors said some schoolchildren released earlier by the terrorists May have meningitis police and troops surrounding the two locations threatened to attack if the terrorists harmed any of the hostages still held after nearly a week Justice ministry official Loos Faber said despite the warnings the Bouto moluccan a who seized the train and school last monday showed no sign of relenting in demands feta the release of comrades puled for terrorism and a plane to Fly them All out of by Kenneth j. Freed associated press writer Washington a the final round of formal talks Between the world economic haves and have not opens monday Tai paria with the industrialised Rich offering the underdeveloped poor some Ald but mostly promises. Secretary of state cyme k Vance is going to Piru to take Over the american delegation at the final session of the 27-Nalion conference on International economic cooperation de Vance will present proposals worked out with other Rich nations aimed at ending the 19-month conference commonly called to North South dialogue. On a positive and conciliatory note . Officials say that to a comp Ali this the poor countries will be offered special economic Aid and some up pledge to continue the Effort to close the economic Gap lit Exchange the underdeveloped nations Are expected to drop what the United Stales uses a unacceptable demands and to avoid emotional Public criticism of the Rich nation. No one in the industrialised world claims these proposals will end the frustrations and Muer Neas of the poor countries or seriously Clote the economic Gap Between the two spheres but the poor countries Are expelled to accept toe approach by the Rich because the dialogue will continue and promises Are better than nothing there Are us major areas under discussion Piru Coroll Midi Ute resource and development Aid International debts Energy capital investment and Trade under a general program worked out at an economic Summit meeting in in Mon ear Lier this month the industrialised nations will approach toes six areas in the following Way commodities stabilize a few commodity prices in i Ludwig it upper Coffee rubber sugar and in this involves creating Buffer or surplus mock to keep the Mark Supply Leady when production fails Short a sum ailed common fund Alto would be used to finance this plan and to spread out Price fluctuations by using Money made from one commodity to support prices of others dus approach Falls far Short it the original demands by the underdeveloped countries which had called for a common Iund and Buffer stocks covering ii commodities the United a tales rejected this is unrealistic and unworkable but has agreed to further studies through the . Conference on 11 Ade and development Aid Iii is an area of mostly or on uses the United states will support a special action program Quot to help the very poor countries of Africa and Bouto Asia but Only of the conference end happily die industrialized world now give about $14 billion in Ald to underdeveloped countries with the u is share about $4.3 billion including contributions to International agencies die Rich countries will make a generalized and unspecific Promise to increase the figure and to unproven the a Quality Quot of Wane Loans by removing some existing conditions debts the industrialized countries Are not in Complete agreement on the Issue. The european common Market favors a $1 billion program to help poor countries pay off their external debts but the Carter administration is unsure about tau approach because of doubts that Congress would accept it die Rich countries Are of a single lurid however in totally rejecting a proposed general moratorium on the payments of All such debts. Richard Cooper undersecretary of state for economics says the United states 1 night consider a moratorium on a Case by ase bans but a general delay is unacceptable. A Energy this is not considered one of the crucial areas by the United states which feel the conference has provided Only a useful forum for discussion the proposals Here will Deal Only with promoting future discussion a investment. This is involves Pron uses of a continuing Effort to promote capital investment but mostly by strengthening existing procedures. The main industrialized goal is to get the poor nation to acknowledge that Taw development at natural resource must be expanded Trade this is another secondary Issue in the eyes of the Rich countries. They will limit themselves to a Promise to open markets but Only if thee Nutter development of resources. Weather Brownwood area fair and not quite so warm sunday and monday. Afternoon temperature in the upper 80s, sunday night Low upper has. Saturdays High temperature of 5 2 followed an overnight of 68. Sunrise sunday and monday 6.31 Sunset sunday 8 37. Methodist tar vice to to hold today a City wide Union methodist service will be held today beginning at 7 . At Central United methodist Church 1501 second St. Speaker will be Rev. Fidel Alcala pastor of Emanuel latin american Church. Special music will be furnished tay toe Chancel choir and a Nursery will be provided. Youth of the combined churches will meet at 5 30 . Tor dinner program and service following. More about losses Only turd from Page 1a livestock have fortunes of Moi about fiddles Ite auard from Page Iai. other winners in the contest sponsored by the Goldthwaite lauds club and Mfd by mar shall Stockton of Victoria included Over 65 age group first Bryant Houston tit rising Star $75 second Straley Ait up 94 years old of Gustine $50 turd Iii King. Shamrock $35 fourth Armond Taylor Tow whenever steam came but it was t All fiddles Bow and quitar picks saturday afternoon. The More then 1,500 visitors to Taw Mills county Park enjoyed games an arts and crafts fair and a Flea Market where treasure Quot could be picked up for pennies dare were ride in one horse open and closed carriages and a Tim antique Ford automobile that occasionally had to one Patron Laid a Busboy broke up the act of comedians Tater i or Dune id ant my Pupil Tyece was a a Small lire to tbs Tut tel sad for everyone to move oat a wkly. W Wop Tadt smoke poured Tai at the in began Barta adar go break Back Nhul Sutow Xeuy the Mote it bar. B my a i $23 50-94 age group first Carl Hazelwood. Brownwood $75 second he Westmoreland Gustine $50 third Byron Mcclellan a District judge from Gatesville fourth Bedotto Llano $25 -19-41 age group first Terry moms Decatur $75 second Bill Gilbert Millsap $59 third Valera Morns the Only girl contestant fort Worth 925 fourth Johnny Smith Missouri qty 125. -9-11 age group. From Wade Stockton Victoria 959 second Robert Langford. Weatherford. 125 third Kobert Mathura Kiwi Embr rms Westmoreland in Gustine 115. La the a Btu Pitter Rex ii Leotise of Graham came out it top for life Chartae Smith tit Missouri City was ascend m fort Worth s Kenneth Morris woo third for a sad Brownwood Orts whistling out of the Radiator. And when it was tune to put on the feed bag the crowd swiftly put away ult 220 pounds of Barbecue cooked up by the Goldthwaite Volunteer fire dept who Felt they did t need As much Barbecue As did during Taw Bicentennial fiddle in. They were wrong. But they did have More Beans when the meat ran out Beans that had been cooked Over alow fires in Wash is. Those who could hold off their appetites were More than ready when the Lions club took Over the culinary duties and served their fresh water Channel sunday there will he a Cornin Unity wide non Deno in Taw Park Atli . Followed by a covered luncheon and a sing Foat in to afternoon. And who knows perhaps a lonesome tune bowed out by a but its. A ? a act Quai. Lest year and come Back in Good flesh a or. John Cadenhead of Brownwood president of the Brown county Independent cattle own s ., said that while toe Gross income figures shown in the Texas Power and Light company s annual Survey May reflect a Strong or a sustaining position for crop and livestock production in actual tact the individual Farmer and rancher Are still just barely hanging on and Are continuing to lose Money on their investments. Principal profits As in Taw past continue to be realized by the middleman in the agribusinesses that sell products to Taw Farmers and t ant hers and to those that buy process and sell crops and livestock to Taw consumer. For example or. Cadenhead said today it takes about $37 to Lay in an acre of wheat which inc Ludes land preparation seed fertilizer and so Forth but not including the Cost of Taw land. The yield is about 12 bushels per acre which bring about $2 per Bushel at current Market prices or about $24 return per acre not including Harvest costs. By those figures it s easy to see Taw Farmer Lias lost $12 per acre planted for his efforts or. C Akenhead said. Die same conditions ext in livestock production he said. The break even Money Point on a calf raised in Brown county today is 60 cents a Pound. Prices at Market Over the la two to three years have been 25 to 40 Cento a Pound. A calf weighing 400 pounds has been bringing $190 instead of $240, the break even Stottl i hat in Tea a hand does not include the inflationary costs of teed and Overall losses in capital investment or. To it of Nti tid said. Ranchers have been 5190 per head since mid 1972, he in summary to this series til Lour Artache of in it Tiea naa4 Quot ass 9 fee a be Walls i or Asea on Ine a uncut lure Brown and Comanche counties we have Een that from a Gross income Point of View Comanche county is Riding toe Crest of growth and Prosperity wave while Brown county crop and livestock production suffered a setback in 19/6. The agricultural agents of the two counties took for Good yields and production this year generally. However part of the Gross income gains come from inflationary prices and do not always reflect a True picture. At the other end of the income picture is the Farmer and rancher whose Only Gage of the crop and livestock Market is his Bottom Une the net profit. And it s not there according to a Brown county rancher. Farmers and ranchers Are still raising and Selling their products to a Market that does t support their in Vest into. Maybe it s Here that we see Taw reason for the decline in Gross agricultural income in Brown county Farmers and ranchers turning in their plows and pastureland to seek other sources of income that will return to them and their i Ami ties an income they do not now enjoy. Of this be the Case and the Brown counties multiply across the land food and fiber production for the Mouths of the country and the work will suffer and in Taw end who will suffer most 16 flavors fresh dip ice Cream Ama new Nur opa 40 9 Penl the country it also want the dutch to pressure Indonesia into granting Independence for their Pacific Island am Eland which was once a dutch Colony. Or go Rliebe be Hick chief paediatrician at a local Hospital Caid examinations of the 105 children released last Friday showed 17 or 18 with symptoms of meningitis a sometimes fatal inflammation of the membrane around the brain and spine he said further tests were being conducted at the Hague to confirm the diagnosis. Newick said the children set free after about half contracted a stomach Bug May have come Down with the highly contagious disease because of poor Hygiene during their Captivity he did not Rule out the possibility the disease might spread to other to postage or their captors. We Are not aware this is the Case but considering the hygienic conditions the risk is the same he said. A the severity of Taw illness As we know it at present is variable some children Are now More ill than Twenty two of the children remain in the Hospital he said. Those still held by the South moluccan a include three teach ers and the principal of the Village school in nearby ovens imiller who remained behind after Taw children were freed. Another 55 hostages including a pregnant woman a Are being held aboard the four car train about to Miles North of toe school officials say. Folic delivered toilet paper and cleaning supplies to the train saturday using a hand car pushed Down toe rails. They also sent two Large plastic containers of drinking water As Well As food books magazines and crossword puzzles. The terrorists have kept windows dosed on the tra and authorities said they believe those inside Are sweltering in the warm sunny weather. Officials say the terrorists Are among several thousand South moluccan a who came to the Netherlands after Indonesia won its Independence from the dutch in Taw 1940s. Many indonesians also live in the country and fear attack from angry dutchmen mistaking them for South moluccan a. The indonesian ambassador but Opo Yuwono has written his countrymen warning them to always carry a passport or identity card so that you can prove your status and Home show ends weekend exhibit Bowman i Limber company s Gigantic two Day Home show goes into its final run when Taw doors of the Brownwood coliseum open from noon to 5 . Today. Area contractors homeowners and others who visit toe show this afternoon will have a special added attraction Taw appearance of miss America 1975�?shirley Cothran. Die Denton Beauty will appear at the Southern savings and loan exhibit from 2 to 4 . The Home show also features exhibits of the latest lines of merchandise and services available to contractors and Nome owners by Over 50 local state and National firms. Urie of toe interesting exhibits will explain How solar Energy can be harnessed and used for Home heating and Cooling. In addition to the Many exhibits there Are hourly clinics and demonstrations to a How microwave oven cooking techniques How to install insulation furniture refinishing Wood antiquing Wall panelling and How to use a Chain saw. Experts Are also on hand to advise show visitors on a i Shirley Cothran at Home show Booth variety of subjects in the area of Home decorating and finishing my Kitchen planning. Visitors will have the Opportunity to win a trip to new Orleans a microwave oven one of three backyard greenhouses Money gift certificates and Many other prizes. There is no admission charged for Taw show. The children can be entertained by a cartoon show and refreshments Are available in the coliseum lobby. Events ratio used from Page 1a a 25-minute program on the significance of memorial Day to be aired Over radio station a bad beginning at 12 50 . Monday. Memorial Day originated at Taw close of the civil War to Honor toe memory of those who gave their lives in the service of toe United states. It is a tribute to All deceased servicemen and women of ail our country a Battles. Beginning with the revolutionary War up to the present 651,810 men and women have fallen in defense of Freedom and our american Way of life a number equal to the combined populations of fort Worth and Austin. Memorial Day is an Ideal tune to renew our pledge of a Salty to our nation its Flag and inn Cirals and to the memory of its honoured sons and daughters. Brownwood bulletin to Conte Bree Weed True Imi published every evening except saturday and sunday morning by Brownwood pub Ishino of. A division of Chaco inc. . Box him Brownwood texan Nisi second Clou Pottage paid at Brownwood. Texas Craig Woodson pm deet Ronald Gray pull after Gene Deason. Edmor Batt subscription rate single copy evening is Centi sunday Cento delivery by Subar Pooni the state of Texas sj.7s per month per year outside the stole at Texas within the Continental United states. 133 per year subscriptions payable in Advance if you mix your paper Call Iii is Smi Between and 1 31 monday through Friday and Between ? 30 and a 36 a in sunday member of the associated press the associated press is entitled exclusively m out newspaper u Well u ail a news dispatches All other rights Are in red Wagon restaurant a now open 24 nos. Mon. Sat closed sundays 401 main 649-1724

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