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Bryan Eagle (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, Bryan, Texas Rescue school lesson in lifesaving the Eagle sunday oct. 22, 1972 Bryan College station Texas Page 4a Bert Vanpatter or. Plays the victim in this simulated Rescue Mission an exercise of the Texas Rescue training school class which closed Friday. At far left James j. Ryan readies Vanpatter for lowering and watches his descent in second from left picture. Vanpatter moves steadily to the ground where Curtiss Waggoner and Curtis Johnston attend him. The school is sponsored by the Texas a amp a University engineering Extension service. Nader zeroes in on . Co gees continued from Page i. Lockheed Federal loan were jobs not business. The profile of the Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana suggested that he had been handicapped to some extent by succeeding a Leader of quite different style Lyndon b. Johnson who kept the Senate democrats on tight rein before going on to the vice presidency and presidency. Mansfield was quoted As saying he never campaigned for the leadership Post a i said no until president John of Kennedy asked a a Mansfield unlike his predecessor respected the individuality of his fellow senators a his profile continued. A the has never bullied or Browbeaten a senator into voting one Way or another. He has often said a All senators Are equal. What you have there is a Bunch of Independent people. I Appeal to their reason and i try to Appeal to their Republican Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania is described in the report As having a a rather elusive it said a Hugh Scott must be one of the most Graceful men in the Senate for he has mastered a very successful Tightrope act. A the has managed to balance his own desires for Power in Washington with the somewhat More Liberal attitudes of his own constituency he has been Able to retain his dignity while succumbing to equivocation and As minority Leader the report added a the has worked for the Nixon administration and one wonders just How much the Man has compromised himself in the the profile of House democratic Leader Hale Boggs of Louisiana who ranks behind the speaker in the party Hierarchy said a Boggs provides the lubrication that prevents the congressional machine from grinding to a halt when tempers flare feelings Are Hurt and his party. Threatens to immobilize itself with rep. Leslie c. Arends of Illinois As Republican whip is officially second in the party Hierarchy of the House. His profile described him As a always a bridesmaid never a Bride a not having been considered for a higher Post. Senate democratic whip Robert c. Byrd of West Virginia said the report is a Man who made the Horatio Alger climb and a parades his deprived Byrd a of the cricks and hollers pounds the theme Home to West virginians that he is one of them and has come a Long Way a the report said. A scrambling past people with greater initial advantages has been a lifetime characteristic of Robert Byrd. It has not left him a smiling gregarious Man. He is without much humor a frightening shortcoming to Many who work with him or write about him a it added. A the scramble has left him suspicious probably bitter a the report said. Byrd a runs his own political show in West Virginia. Power is the Only thing that relaxes him. He does not want to have to rely on anyone. the researchers said the career of sen. Robert p. Griffin of Michigan now the Senate Republican whip received a major boost when he bucked the then Republican Leader the late sen. Everett m. Dirksen of Illinois in opposing the confirmation of Abe Fortas to be chief Justice. The nomination ultimately was withdrawn. A a Griffin a style is that of a technician a the profile said. A a it a crucial for him to keep track of where the votes Are and he a reported to have the Best head counting ability in the the report said a a Griffin a 1972 Campaign contribution lists read like the who a who of the Auto Industry and fortunes 500.�?� Kissinger a amp a consolidated High school Homecoming Queen and escort extends meetings deaths amp funerals Consol Junior Felecia Dowers daughter of or. And mrs. . Dorsey was crowned Homecoming Queen during halftime activities at Friday nights 29-6 Victory Over Crockett. Felecia is escorted by Tiger halfback Gary Cooper. Runners up for the Crown were Jane Ranson and Janet Reynolds both seniors. For game highlights see. In earlier discounted radio state fair Champion nets $5,000 data changes Hunt site Anchorage Alaska a a report of radio transmissions monday that May have come from the missing plane carrying House democratic Leader Hale Hoggs discounted earlier in the week led searchers saturday to concentrate their Hunt on an area near Juneau. Five California men All citizens band radio operators told a news conference Here that evidence indicates they May have talked last monday with Pilot Don e. Jonz who reported lie was combating 70-Miie-per-Tiour head winds and was Low on fuel. Jon was Pilot of the Cessna 310 that vanished on a 560-mile flight from Anchorage to Juneau with Boggs rep. Nick Bogie arid a belch aide aboard. Air Force maj. Henry Stocker coordinator of the massive five Day old search said a Day Long interview of the radio operators a helped us to better understand previous inconsistencies based on our initial information and although the general area we re talking about has been searched repeatedly an intensive search of that area will some 50 planes were in the air saturday and Stocker said the inuit would focus on the Mansfield Peninsula about 12 Miles Southwest of Juneau the californians Al Miller and Victor Parker of Nevada City Ronald Crawford of of pc Hurst Roy Harris of grass Valley and Joe Tatum of Butte were flown to nearby Elmendorf air Force base saturday to meet with search officials. The radio of curators said they received a transmission about 10 20 . Pacific Daylight time monday nearly eight hours after the twin engine planets fuel should have been exhausted the air Force said but Stocker said it is possible the extra flying time could have been added if the Light plane had landed on a strip of land or Beach and took off again later. Other reports from the radio operators indicated a Light plane had landed on a Beach and was trying to take off again. Two air Force Reky phantom reconnaissance jets took off from Texas saturday to join the search. The Superson planes Are equipped with optical infrared and electronic cameras capable of Day and night use the air Force said. Searchers had logged More than 1,000 hours Iii the hour and had covered nearly 75, Khz Square Miles through saturday a spokesman said weather scattered to widely scattered showers and thundershowers Todas with decreasing cloudiness Lear to partly Cloudy and mild monday. High today 85 Low tonight to. High monday Iii the 80s, thanks to you lbs working Bryan the United Way $27,620 by l 22 or. 20 i. I in i 16 111 in 112 to a 8 8 i 6 in 4 i 2 it Liege station Dallas a the grand Champion steer of the Junior livestock show at the state fair of Texas has been sold for $5,0 h. The Champion a 1,220-Pound charolais Angus crossbred was shown by Jim Dyer 19, a member of tin Brewster Jeff Davis 4-h club in far West Texas. Dyer a freshman at Southwest Texas Junior College at Uvalde said the auction Money will be used for his College educator. He plans to major in agriculture and remain in the cattle business. The $5,0 h was paid by a Dallas grocery Chain Tom thumb stores. The Reserve grand Champion steer was a 1,090-Pound Angus owned by Dale Wilfong of the Fisher c county 4-h club at Rotan. It brought $2,700 at the auction Friday. The buyer was Jesse reach of the cattleman a Steak i Louse who donated the animal to Baylor Hospital. The 309 steers sold it the auction brought a total of $162,997. Correction Iii an article that appeared in fridays Eagle concerning funds set tip for tiny care of two Bryan boys injured in an x t. La fire several errors were inadvertently made. The funds for the boys i be Schigut and Mark Koneczny was set up by fiends of their families through the City National Bauk of Bryan and donations May be mailed in to to either fund Iii care of . Box 913, Bryan. The Schigut and Koneczny boys Are in fan condition in John Sealy Hospital in Galveston and not in the shrines Burns Iii Shute As reported in the Frida it article. Saigon a . Presidential adviser Henry a. Kissinger extended his conferences with top level South vietnamese officials a fourth Day saturday trying to Hammer out a peace settlement. Informants quoted the . Side As saying it would continue to support South Vietnam a military Effort but would take a hands off position in a political settlement leaving a decision on any interim government and Nguyen Van Thieu a own future to the South vietnamese president himself. A Saigon newspaper controlled by the presidential Palace and often regarded As reflecting the official views of Thieu said the president and his National Security Council have told Kissinger the South vietnamese reject an interim agreement. The paper tin song said that after three meetings with Kissinger the South vietnamese told him they reject All temporary peace solutions such As a partial cease fire. Thieu was quoted As saying any agreement must by a lasting settlement. The interim agreement concept envisions a part Way peace Deal perhaps before the nov. 7 . Presidential election which would be followed by further negotiations toward a permanent settlement. Donna Hanson a sweetheart at Bryan High Donna Hanson has been elected sweetheart of the Industrial arts club at Bryan High school. Miss Hanson a bus cheerleader will go to Austin in april to compete for District sweetheart. She is the daughter of or. And mrs Al Hanson 504 rest Wood. Other finalists were first runner up Beverly Brown daughter of or and mrs. Reagan v. Brown. 322 Dunn Melissa Nevil daughter or. And mrs Ray Criswell 206 Redbud and Rosemary Scamardo 4208 Laura Lane or. Loehr Caldwell funeral services for Edward e. Saehr 67, of route 3, Caldwell will be held at 2 . Today at Cooks Point methodist Church with the Rev. Fred Carter pastor of first methodist Church in Caldwell officiating. Burial will be in the Cooks Point methodist Church cemetery under the direction of Phillips Luckey funeral Home. Or. Iio Elir died saturday in a Bryan Hospital. He was born May 30, 1905, in Burleson county and was a lifelong county resident. He was a Fanner and rancher and a member of the Cooks Point Church. Survivors include his wife mrs. Emma Loehr of Caldwell five Brothers Henry j. In Lehr Helmus a. Loehr i mis w. Loehr Charley j. Loehr and Bennie a. In Lehr All of Caldwell and one sister mrs. Annie Lee Gunn also of Caldwell. Mrs. Mckenna a resident of Brazos county since july died Friday in a local Hospital. She was born nov. 28, 1896, in Grove Hill Ala. She was an antique dealer and was a member of the congregation of St. Johns United methodist Church of Houston. Survivors include a daughter mrs. George l. Huebrer or. Of College station and four grandchildren. Or. Patterson Walsh infant graveside funeral services were held in College station City cemetery at 10 30 . Saturday for Abigael Hope Walsh the infant daughter of or. And mrs. Jerry Wayne Walsh of route 4. Bryan. The Rev. Young of the College Heights Assembly of god chruch officiated with local funeral arrangements under the direction of Callaway Jones funeral Home. The Walsh infant died thursday in a local Hospital. Survivors include her parents a brother Christopher Walsh of Bryan her paternal grandparents or. And mrs. William c. Walsh of Houston and her maternal grandparents or. And mrs. John Pruitt of College station. Mrs. Mckenna funeral services for mrs. Louise Todd Mckenna 75, of 1010 Walton drive College station were held at 4 . Saturday graveside in Forest Park cemetery in Houston with the Rev. Bruce. Power officiating. Local funeral arrangements were under the direction of Callaway Jones funeral Home. Funeral services for Tom Parker Patterson 64, of 1108 w. 28th St., Bryan were held at 4 . Saturday in the Chapel of the Hiller funeral Home with Boyce Ingersoll of the Church of Christ officiating. Burial was in Bryan City cemetery under the direction of Hillier funeral Home. Or. Patterson a resident of Brazos county for 30 years died saturday in a local Hospital. He was born sept 8,1908, in Bastrop. Survivors include his wife Winnie Patterson of Bryan five sons Wilburn Patterson of Bryan Melton Patterson of Clavert James Patterson of Dallas Kenneth Patterson of Waco and Mike Patterson of san Antonio a daughter mrs. Fred Ixa tie Abegglen of Bryan three Brothers r a. Patterson of Angleton . Patterson of san Angelo and Walter Lyons of Dallas a sister mrs. Eva Doyal of Austin 20 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Johnnie Nichols . Britton Freddie Abegglen Thomas Patterson David Patterson and Johnnie Nichols or. Or. West funeral services for Howard Ralph West 86, of Houston will be held at 2 . Today in the Chapel of the Hillier funeral Home with the Rev. Bob Bray of the first Christian Church of Bryan officiating. Burial will by in Bryan City cemetery. Or. West a former longtime resident of Bryan died Friday in a Houston nursing Home. Ile was born jct 10,1886, in Creek neb., and was a retired Painter. He was a member of the first Christian Church of Bryan survivors include his wife. Mrs. Rose Belle West of Houston two Stepsons . Sam Bass and Ivan Earl Bass both of Houston and one grandchild. Pallbearers will be Vincent West Eldredge Ward Howard Bass James Mintz Gene Fayle and Gene Moody. Mrs. Crawford funeral services for mrs. . Alberta Crawford 63, of Bryan will be held at 2 . Monday in the Tabernacle Baptist Church with the Rev. . Jones officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery under the direction of Jones funeral Home. Mrs. Crawford a resident of Brazos county since 1932, died Friday in a local nursing Home. She was born aug. 14, 1904, in Burleson county. She was a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband a son Willie George Crawford of Houston two daughters que Myra Crawford of Bryan and Lovie Lari Crawford of Houston two Brothers Clarence Lucas and James Lucas both of Houston two Sisters mrs. Ora i Zee Jones of Houston and mrs. Roberta Johnson of Houston and 13 grandchildren. Or. Griffin funeral services will be held for Laster l. Griffin 73, 1301 Beck at 4 . Today at memorial funeral Chapel with the Rev. La. Bailey Stone pastor of first Baptist Church in Bryan officiating. Burial will be in Bryan City cemetery. Or. Griffin died Friday in a local nursing Home. He was born nov. 5, 1898 in Bryan and lived most of his life in Brazos and Harris counties. He was a cartographer for Harris county and a Veteran of world War i. He is survived by sister mrs. Cora Griffin Jones and a Nephew inc. Jones both of Bryan. Pallbearers will be Roger v. Mcgee Charles Myers Robert Cowart Jim Burns Elroy Marti Ami Wayne Bannister. F w. Boren torn Armistead Billy Small or. Jim1 t. Painter and or. Bill Russell will serve As honorary pallbearers

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