The Shooting of Leonard Ray Schwenke.
in old Leonard Schwenke at Schulenburg on April 14, was the Fayette County grand jury Friday. Schwenke was critically wounded by a 12-ga. shotgun just below the left ribs, and Houston hospital, tiaynes was arrested about an hour later of officers. The shooting occurred on Hwy. 77 North in front of City Msrkel. Sheriff Jim Flournoy said Haynes, who was haying domestic troubles, had been Haynes told the sheriff that a ear occupied by Schwenke run his pickup off the road before they stopped at City Market. Hayn iter the holdup to La Grange, where he abandoned it. He was arrested about a week later at a Nueva Laredo motel. A former Ledbetter resident, he was living in a La Grange motel at the time of the alleged theft and was (Continued on Back Page) Beef Voting to Begin Tuesday, 42,000 Register More than 42,000 Texas cattlemen are registered to referendum, the Texas Beef Development Taskforce (BDT) reported this week. Throughout the U.S., 295,000 registered. Only those who registered during the period of June 6-17 at their local ASC offices are eligible, to vote. Voting will begin Tuesday, July 5, and continue through July 15, The question to be decided is whether cattle producers would be assessed three- tenths of one percent (30c per $100 value) for each beef animal they sell, for funds to The ed through" at the point sale, but money would lnucil on Back Page) DEDICATED