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Denton Record Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Denton, Texas Dal for All departments of record chronicle Telephone 387-3811denton record chronicles local newspaper covering Denton and environs classified can Rais garage Sale Cash for Back to school 65th year of daily service no. 15 Denton Texas sunday morning August 20, 1967 48 pages in 5 sections ten cents daily 15 cents sunday Senate dissatisfaction Over War is spreading Tho worlds Faroe Jiji m. By we Utji us 5 jct i u by n ick fou Ler claims that the world is Flat Are again being published. You could say it is Flat broke. A a Congress is now holding hearings to determine whether it should have a voice in government. Sorry Fellows but you lost your voice Long ago. A a consider How Lucky you Are that Public hearings on family budgets Are not required. Survey shows 200.000i la eke dry of sales tax estimated Washington a Senate support for president Johnson s Vietnam War course has eroded so sharply he apparently would be hard put to Muster a majority for any Broad endorse ment of his asian policies. An associated press canvass which found 84 senators willing to express an opinion either publicly or private showed 44 willing to say they generally support what the president is doing and 40 who disapprove of i his actions for one reason or another. A Suh punt by Bob cols Little Elm gets Tower workmen put up this 60 foot water Tower at Little Elm saturday morning. The 6.500 gallon Tower will serve the Tow site of Little Elm As a private system. The Community already has two Wells a pump and a pressure tank. The Tower will be Large enough to Supply the Volunteer fire department should a Power failure occur at the pump. Little Elm is studying plans for a City system. Bondsmen refuse to Aid rap Brown new York apr h. Rape a nah of this convinces Brown remained in jail on Ais cd said in a statement a that Federal gun charge saturday there is a definite conspiracy Toj night As the student nonviolent illegally keep rap Brown in coordinating committee said no professional Bondsmen was will a acc also charged that . Ing to put up the $25,000 needed commissioners who would have for his release to receive any Bond Money a a acc spokesman said near. W re a Ama Kinig themselves univ $10,000 in Cash had been available for the release of or i raised and that the sum usually Brown demanded by Bondsmen for Browns Aii Orney. Hilham $25,000 bail was $2,500. J rustler charged earlier thai the 23-year-old Black powr Leader was a political Leader and a acc Chagan a p p a arrested at 2 . Saturday out f said is his being rap Brown Side a Friend s Manhattan apart. Men and put in the Federal Black Man House of detention. Bpm was we Browne a lawyer appealed for carrying a semiautomatic car reduction of the bail set by .Bine on an airline flight from commissioner Earl n. Bishopp. New Orleans to new York while but the move was turned Down under indictment a violation of by Federal judge Inzer Wyatt the Federal firearms act Pun i who denied that the bail Vio Shable by up to five years in lated Browne a constitutional jail and a $2,000 Fine. He is in rights. Der indictment in Maryland on tied see to pole charges or arson rioting and inciting to not. We Hen arrested. Brown was not armed but Federal agents said they later searched the apartment with a warrant and found a gun in a plastic bag with a a a banana clip of 31 bullets. A carbine is a Light Short barrelled Rifle. Asst. . Atty. Stephen e. Kaufman said Brown was seen carrying the weapon in Baton Rouge la. Thursday and also was seen buying ammunition when airline agents in new Orleans asked him Friday if he was carrying a gun. Brown replied yes and turned a Rifle in a plastic bag Over to an agent for transportation during his flight to new York the complaint said. Kunstler said that the gun was always in its plastic Case. A if he had a gun he had it to protect himself in Louisiana said the defense attorney. Hie Texas municipal league has issued a report on the one Lier cent City sales tax Law which estimates that Denton could raise More than $200,000 the first year. The report lists Denton As having 33,000 population and $786,894 estimated 1965 and Valorme tax Revenue of the tax had been levied it would have raised $214,830 estimated one per cent sales tax Revenue for 196. This is an estimated per capita tax of $6.51. Of a total of 67 selected cities listed in the report from the size of Houston and Dallas to i Hereford and Henderson 9,-i rib50 have higher per capita expense figures than Denton. The Texas municipal league has delivered information Pat sets designed to get the tax into effect As soon As possible j the Law goes into effect aug 128. The league an organization j supported by City tax funds.1 spearheaded lobbying in behalf of the hotly contested Bill in the Texas legislature which passed the House 85-63 and the i Senate by 20-11. The packet includes an explanation of provisions of the Bill suggested drafts of Legal documents necessary for calling and holding an election and helpful hints about How to organize a successful Campaign to get vol or approval of the tax. City manager Jack Reynolds received a copy of the packet about a week ago and it is now in the hands of mayor Zeke Martin. The league advises that the earliest possible Date for passing a City ordinance calling an election is aug 28, that the earliest possible Date the election May be held is sept. 27 and that the latest possible moment the state comptroller May lie notified that the tax has been voted in order for the Levy to begin with the fourth Quarter of 1967 is 5 p m. Sept. 29. Councilman Warren Whitson suggested during an earlier Council meeting that the new City sales tax be adopted to both lower the and Valorme it property tax rate and finance the Marvin Springer thoroughfare Nan. No action or further consideration has been Given to the suggestion during Council meetings since Whitson a suggestion. Reynolds said the one per cent tax would he levied on the same goods now subject to the two per cent state sales see tax report. Page 2 a breakdown showed 27 democrats and 17 republicans backing the president. Those opposing his policies included 26 democrats and 14 republicans. Those who criticize the president do so for sharply contrasting reasons because they include both the most convinced doves and most militant Hawks. Thus even though they list themselves As supporters some Hawks assert strongly their be Lief that Johnson should go All out militarily to bring the conflict to a Swift and victorious conclusion. On the other hand the doves complain that Johnson is escaping the struggle dangerously by bombing near Tina targets is failing to get the Soun vietnamese to do their share and is leaving no opening for a negotiated peace. The substance of the porn see Senate Survey Page 2 a Suh Ohelo by Bill Bonham miss flame of Little i pm miss Linda Green daughter of or. And mrs. W. E. Green of Frisco was named miss flame saturday night is the Little Elm fire department auxiliary. Runners up in the contest were Peggy Nichols and a Rolinc Wilson. More than $594 was collected to Purchase an oxygen unit Fen the new Little Elm Rescue team. 16 medals liven to Captain Bays what s inside a the Chena River was High then the rain set in. Before it stopped flood Waters were nine feet deep half of Fairbank s 30,000 residents were homeless and damage approached $200 million. Page 8. Section 3. A c. In Collins former head football coach of Fred Moore school takes the Job As assistant football coach and assistant track coach at Denton High school. Page 2, Section 3. A coaches of 7-aaaa North zone pick South Garland As the team to beat for the zone football Crown. Page i Section 3 Page sect. Page sect. Amusements. 7 2 family weekly 1-16 5 Book Page 7 i in the news. 2 i business news 5 3 movies. 7 2 classified ads. 6-8 3 sports. .1-4 3 comics. I 3 town topics .6 i crossword Puzzle. 4 3 to log. 5 3 editorials. I i women a news. 1-4 2 Colorado Springs Colo in Apt. Brooks g. Bays of Denton Veteran of 630 Vietnam combat missions has received 16 military decorations at ent fab Coto. I Captain Bays son of or. And mrs. Mack Gay of ranch estates Denton was presented j two awards of the coveted distinguished flying crass Dot and 14 air medals j the Captain who completed his combat tour in january. Was cited for his heroic and outstanding Aerial achievements while flying two strategic actions in the Vietnam War. He received one dec for his courageous efforts As an a-1e ask Raider Pilot during a search for a flier downed near my i Cia pass in North Vietnam. Captain Bays flew at Low level in rapidly deteriorating weath see Bays Page 2 Denton and Vicinity weather partly Cloudy end Werm today am Mondo v widely at after to m today mainly in South portion. His today. 90-h Low tonight 5-75 temperatures huh saturday Eslow saturday a High Yaar ago n Low year ago to rainfall research station r c it a a non last 2 hours non none this month non 2 25 average i25 Aret rainfall reports included .70 at Chico with swot Small Hail 2 so four Miles East of Chico with Light hot so Alvord to Decatur Man says he shot wife fired House St Cloud Minn. A Smail town sunday school superintendent has admitted hooting himself and inventing a tory in which he blamed mid ight marauders for the deaths i his wife and four Small Chil Ren in their burning Home. Sheriff Peter Lahr said Satur a that David Hoskins. 30. Had signed a statement saying head shot his wife then set fire their farmhouse to conceal in crime. No charges were immediately filed. The charred bodies of his Ife Loretta 29. And their Chil rent Julie 6 Darla 5 Linda i and David 6 i rfcs were covered Friday from the soldering ruins. The Hoskins farm heme is bout 60 Miles North of Minne Polis in Central Minnesota. A Hoskins states that after funding himself with the death weapon and setting the fires he Iso Tiei himself to his outdoor Lothes lire pole and Only then realized that his Childre. Were i the burning House a the a tears county sheriff said. A the further claims that he attempted to free Tunis of to save the children but became entangled and was unable to free himself a the sheriff said at a news conference. Hoskins chairman of the Board of the Church of Christ at nearby Kimball Minn., where Paul e. Little Homes 387-5561 South Ridge 387-2886 ice boxes to eskimos it does t have to be new to sell in the Denton record chronicle want ads. 48 Pool table. 2 new cues end Bells $70 of boy Quot English bicycle $20 00, girls bicycle $15.00. This advertiser commented Denton record chronicle want ads could sell an Eskimo an ice Box put pm to work for you. Just dial 387-3811 a Friendly and taker will help you write your and. He had been sunday school superintendent for three years was found tied to a clothesline pole by a group of teen agers. Some youngsters noticed the House and barn afire and j stopped to investigate. Hoskins was naked to the Waist and bleeding from gunshot wounds in the shoulder and Abdomen. He was taken to St. Cloud Hospital and a Bullet was removed from his shoulder. At the Hospital Hoskins told the sheriff he was watching television with his wife when he heard a car door slam about Midnight thursday. Hoskins said he went outside to investigate was jumped by i four or five Young men who shot him during a scuffle and then tied him arms spread outward on a clothesline pipe near the House. The sheriff said Hoskins changed his Story during interrogation at the Hospital Friday night. Hoskins was not under formal arrest but a guard was at the Miuor to his Hospital room Schmitz Floyd Hamlett ambulance. Phones 382-2214 and 382-4147. Adv i in l be a heart equipment does five jobs Suh photo by Roy Sray sensor Uve operation Virginia Cockrell rigs patient by Mike Moon staff writer flow memorial Hospital is one of few hospitals in the country especially of its size to possess the latest heart monitoring equipment. The Hospital recently acquired a Mueller Stratham duo Trace Oscilloscope which now can perform five functions. More can be added in the future. The equipment was purchased for $2,550. Half the Cost came from private sources and the rest was paid by die Hospital. The new machine will be used primarily for surgery since the Hospital has pacemaker machines in operation for the medical care of heart patients. Or. Kenneth Wright Hospital Anaesthesiologist explained the duo Trace oscilloscopes five functions those of a cardio scope a Cardi tachometer a venous pressure transducer an arterial pressure transducer and an . A tile tachometer measures the heart rate from 0 to 250 beats per minute a or. Wright said. A you May set the Range so it will signal you if the heart beat goes above or below a dangerous a Green Light shines on the machine if the heart is beating normally. If it starts beating abnormally a red Light flashes. A Wise writer scores tit ice Don Fraser of Lake Dallas who writes the a evening Muse feature on the editorial pages of the record chronicle has scored double the past week. Fraser and the record chronicle received notification that two of Fraser a sayings have been selected for use by the Reader s digest. One of the a evening Muse items will be reprinted in the october digest. It is from the record chronicle of june 3. Another from the july 9 paper will be in the november Issue. Reader s digest has among the highest circulation of any publication in the nation 28 million copies distributed each month in 14 languages. I the machine acts As an Electrocardiogram which is a visual monitoring of the electric i impulses of the heart a Blip j of Light rises and Falls As the heart polarizes and Depolarized i beat. Or Wright said this is a much More accurate Means of monitoring the heart. He said that when a heart beat in t i evident the machine can pick i up the electric impulse which signals to Hospital technicians that the heart is still Active. By attaching an amplifier to the Electrocardiogram it can be converted rapidly into an electroencephalography. The amplifier allows the machine to detect the smaller bursts of electricity in the brain. The i conversion changes the measure i ing capacity from Millivolts ii one thousandth of a Volt to Micro volts one null month of a Volt. Using the machine As an electroencephalography. Physicians can Tell if tile brain is still of see heart Monitor. Page 2 see better tools inc. Announcement Page 6 Section 3. Adv

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