Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 24, 1968 · Page 5
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 5

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, March 24, 1968
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The CHUCK Wagon I? CHUCK tHRt&T fcnm-fi County Agfieultuf-al Agent fi f o w fl County 4-H and ; Clatchoy, a Route 1 Bangs, a judging teams had a livestock; Hereford breeder, judging workout this past Mon- \ The youngsters certainly ap nt* his shearing completed, vrith an average clip of 7.7 Ibs. of hair from '199 grown goats and a 7.49 Ib. average on 61 kids, this is certainly a good average on a seven month clip, considering this includes the hair from both the A and 8 goats. We feet that the average from the A group of grown goals would have beefi even higher than the 149 total average. TWO BROWN County honored 4-tt tliis day night at the courthouse in preciate McClatchey and other |- t Wednesday, at the 29th *4*"«»•* <1 +"«5 ( I l"itA (f\t* flirt *J! ^-f ** I rtt n fuJ *ttt nnriff njJ r*r*nr\ 4»r\ M**l^ w\ «*-i frtf* , * „ * . . preparation for the district and area elimination contests. The workout consisted of interested area ranchmen for i annl , a j Iheir inlerest in their livestock j j) a ]| as 1 judging work. safety conference in youngsters. AliC- . , ,, , , , - -- ~ iia Lowe and Ricky Watson, re- seven classes of Hereford cat- We aslo appreciate Earl< iCe j Ve d the state farm and tie slides. These slides were IB ehr en s. a Brownwood vo-j ranch safety award as a result ordered from the American; cational agricultural teacher. i 0 f their outstanding 4-H Hereford Assn. by Pete Me- ; f or taking a Brown County 4-H! achievements ow j«»»»«««* "Tnese are my Jewels" 1 • *. GIFT DESIGNED ESPECIALLY .FOR, . . wllJi a *I)irthsiono "jewel" ' for each precious child ... or gran dchild Each Pin it custom-created to your order with the appropriate birthstones, •»imul«Ud Jewelers judging team in addition to one of his FFA judging teams to These youngsters, under the supervision of adult leader Sweetwater Saturday for the iJerry Hinds, were also the livestock judging contest held)state winners of the Civil Deat the Nolan County Coliseum. f ense demonstration competi- ln addition to the livestock i tion held at the state 4-H elitn- judging teams. Dwight Harkey, assistant agricultural agent, and adult leader Gene Tongale look several Brown Counlv 4-H inations last June. This is the second consecutive year that Brown County 4-H youngsters have won this coveted stale farm and ranch youngsters to Sweetwaler to participate in the range and!safely award with last years grass judging, soil judging, and jwinners being Deola and Del-' wool and mohair contests. |ora While, also coached by Henry R. Storey and myself;Jerry Hinds, took another group of Brown! Brown County Farm Bureau County 4-H livestock judges and!members contributed financial- one team of FFA judges j ly to pay the youngsters' expert- Sunday, March it, 1968 8fc5WNW6o6 Five Youths Held In Huntsville ! HUNTSVILLK. Tex. (AP) ; Five Sam Houston Stair College ! students, including two baslcrf I hall players, were among six j persons in jail today charged | with possession and sale of rnari- ! juana. All wore held in lieu of $.VOOO bonds after being arrested at the i two men's dormitories Friday. ! Investigators said a small amount of marijuana was soiw-cl. Those jailod were identified by Sheriff Floyd Farris and Dist • Atlv. Gus Lanier as Bill Bracey. 20. and Albert MrCaskill. 21, both from Nn.w York and attending Sam Hntiston on basketball. scholarships: Terry ft. Nelson, 21. and Pele Harrell, 19. both of (,'rocketl. Gregory Johnson r>{ Colorado Springs. Colo., all students, and Tony Ervin of Waco. McCaskill was a starter on the Sam Houston basketball team and the squad's second leading .scorer with a 13.9 average. Bracey. the team's top reserve, averaged 5.8 points. GUN-TURRET EVES The tiirbol fish has a peculiar camouflaging habit of snuggling into the sand with its curious protruding eyes pivoting in gun turrets. to Llano Saturday so both the local 4-H Club and FFA Chapter could be represented at this event. The results of the local se to Dallas to receive this award. LOCAL AND area dairymen youngsters' achievements at j might be interested in attend- thc Saturday contest were not ' available at press time. SEVERAL BROWN County ing a dairy short course from 1 until 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Erath County Electric Coopcra- TODAY IT'S POPEYE - Children from Head Start were presented a television set by the Brownwood Even* ing Lion* Club, Free installation and service is being provided by Brownwood Television Cable Service. Watch* Ing Popeye are from left to right, Lori Cromer, daughter of Mrs. Bennie Mae Cromer, Elsie Maldonado, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Inez Maldonado, and Joe Ed James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benny James. (Bulletin Staff Photo) Ranchers have been in thcitivn building in Stenhcnvillo. process of shearing their Angora goals during this past week of inclement weather. We do not know the shearing progress of all the local ranchers at this time, however, we d.T have a report from one of our sheep and goat selection demonstrators. Walter Fry, who is a coopera- lor with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service goat se- Cbusi jnr Plant •s you mooM Have Yonr Doctor Call 0* OPKN 7 A.M. • 1 P.M. A. M. Meekma, dairy specialist with the extension service from College Station, will present a program on nuti-ient requirements of the dairy cow (fat. protein, minerals, vitamins, and net energy), sourses of nutrients (grain prolein supplements, and grasses), how to calculate the cost of nut- IHIWM PHONE * to use least-cost materials, and forages for the dairy herd. With the cost of feed increasing each month, this short course should be of particular value in decreasing cost of production. For further information concerning this dairy short course, please feel free to contact my office or Richard B. Gary, Erath County Agricultural agent at Stephenville. Nixon Defends Democrats j Against Viet War Protests By WALTER R. 1MEARS i jeers of Vietnam war protest- Associated Press Writer J ers. JANESV1LLE, Wis. (AP) — j "I don't happen to agree with Republican Richard M. Nixon, i some of the programs of this ad- defending Democrats against ministration," Nixon said. "But i election year demonstrators,' when I saw the students at, the has caulioned volers Icsl tern- i university shouting him down pers inflamed by Vietnam dis-' and not listening to him, 1 real- rupt the campaign and give the i ized that we are running a very world "an ugly image" of the j great danger in this election way America is choosing a pros-1 with tempers as high as they jdent, I are of having' Americans That warning came as Nixon! present an image to the world, mcluded another installment i an ugly image, rather than the volers in Wisconsin to turn out a big vote for him despite the lack of a contest. Nixon's own cam-, paign managers acknowledge the Republican primary vote is likely to be a small one. 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