Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 24, 1968 · Page 7
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 7

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, March 24, 1968
Page 7
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2 Stage Bonnie and Clyde Replay in W. Falls Spree WICHITA FALLS (AD— The ; were three youths from the local n.ovie marquee flashed "Bonnie: Demolay chapter. Hickman finally got the couple [Sunday, Mareh 54, ter and decided not to shdot it out." and Clyde'' and something akin to the real thing—albeit 35 years late — was unfolding a block away. Police said a gunman entered the Texas Bank and Trust Co. Friday and, with putty on his face for a disguise, demanded monov and fled with $12,000. to stop. • The woman got out but the man wouldn't. Then Hickman fired a shot through the rear window of the car. The man got i out with his hands up. ordered the pair held without bond. Hickman quoted the woman Mad|Mft ^ uare Garfc|S _ arrested in the fleeing car as York City, was the site of thB saying: "We discussed the mat- Hickman said he got close enough during the chase to see His woman companion was ! the man in the back seat "bob- waiting in a car outside the bank j bing up and down, taking the ™ . .- I »• !••>••«. J»__. It LINDA TAWATEtt GlNGfcR BHOWN * . , Midland ... Big Spring LION ENTRIES—These four girls are among en* tries In the Distrief 2A*1 queen cantest of Lisru International. About 40 girls from Lions Clubs KATHY FARKtNGTON «ftJLtA JONfcS , . . Miles . . < Ballifigef throughout the district «re ixptefid td e&rtipiti for the title during the district eenvimtidn here April and the pair speeded away. The car lurched the wrong way down a one-way street but stuff off his face." He said the woman first gave her name as "Calamity Jane," and said she was 13. Charges of armed robbery were filed against Jerry Golden, 37, and Peggy Golden, 33. Jus- minutes. In the car with him I tice of the Peace Ralph Davis kept going. Police Sgt. Mike Hickman spotted the car three miles from the bank and gave chase for tfi BY JEANIE PARKER | I Drama classes at Brownwood High School are rehearsing for the performances of the sophomore class play. "The Boy Who Changed the World," and the one-act play, "The Taming of the Shrew." Those who are working on the sophomore play are Gary King as George. Bruce Ross as John the Strong, Rachel Cardenas as Agatha, Judy Groom as Mozelle, Kathy McGaughey as Dorothy, John Combes as Paul the Professor, Travis Cowin as Scarf* ce, Gary Richards as Spear, Stephen Webb as Bear, Sandra -Martin as Ruth, Shannon Drewry as Irma, Jackie Aaron as Genevieve, Randy Rothe as Irving the Great Nose, Mark Dietrich as Ralph the First Area Men In Service SAN DIEGO—Marine Private Raymond T. Huffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Huffman of 1511 Sixth St., Brownwood, was graduated from eight weeks of recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot here. He will now undergo from two to four weeks of individual combat training and then, after leave at home, will report to his first Marine Corps assignment. The intensified Marine recruit training emphasizes rigid physical conditioning and survival techniques, both at sea and physical conditioningand survl- ashore, to develop self-confidence and endurance. Marksmanship with the M-14 rifle and 45-caliber pistol are equally stressed, and close order drill instills the traditions of Marine A thorough study of basic military subjects, hygiene, first aid and sanitation, and the customs, courtesies, history and mission of the Marine Corps serve to polish the new Marine's recruit education and prepare him to join the Marine combat forces. USS TICONDEROGA - Machinist Mate Second Class Bobby : J. McBride, USN, son of Mr. j and Mrs. E. B. McBr.'de of 1214 Ave., A, Brownwood, and husband of the former Miss Mary A. Jones of Irving,is at Subic Bay, R. P. aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Ti- eonderoga, The Tieonderoga went to Subic Bay following 38 days "on the line" in the Gulf of! Tonkin off the coast of North j Vietnam. | While in the Gulf planes I from the carrier flew more | than 700 air strikes in support of U. S. and Allied ground forces the planes struck the Vinh airfield near Vjnh, North i Vietnam. Also strikes were \ made against enemy gun pos- : itions, wa.terhorne logistics craft, storage areas, bunkers and rocket sites north of the Demilitarized Zone. The Tieonderoga is the first carrier to return to Vietnam for a fourth tour of duty. U. S. ARMY - Army Spec-' ialist Four Tomie L. Boring, 21, son of Mrs. Ann Boring,' South China, Brady, was as-; signed, as a clerk-typist with; the 9th Infantry Division in Runner, and Jerry Everett as the offstage voice. Extras for the production are Rosalind Mauldin, Donna, Branum. Candy Daly, Cheri Wheat, Marsha Glass, Beverly Cunningham, Donna Dill, Dolora White, and Karren Gamblin. Directors of the play are Eddie Fair and Peggy Jones. Stage manager is Roy Stephens and assistant stage manager Diane Fielder is in charge of sets. Those on the make-up crew are Karen Gamblin, Beverly Cunningham, Marsha Glass, and Donna Branum. The stage crew consists of David (Turkey) Burks, Roy Stephens, Ramey Sparks, and Pat Daniels. Intel-scholastic League competition has instigated a great amount of preparation by students who are entered as contestants in the various divisions. Those entered in typing are Jimmy Chaumont, Lynnette Garner, Ralph Huston, Charlotte Adams, Leigh Ann Lewis, and Mary Parr 'and Mary Bucy, alternates. Entering in shorthand are Marcy Shelton, Elaine Coughran, Lynnette Garner, and J e a n i e Parker and Diane Garner, alternates. Competing in number sense are Danny Mathews, Curtis Nicks, Ray Hatcher, and J. W. Coleman, alternate. Those in the science competition are Steve Arthur, Kevin Dunn, and Gary Thomason. The debate team consists of John Scott, Aaron Cummings, M i c h e 1 e Pitts, and Carol Leach. Competing in the speech division are Shannon Ator and Janice Robbins, informative; John. Yantis and' Peggy Jones, persuasive; Shades Murray and Leigh Ann Lewis, poetry; Randy Rivard and Annette Ray, prose, with Woody Egger, alternate. Crash Kills Sfudenf Pilot BROWNFIELD, Tex. (AP) -| 2nd. Lt. Larry L. Calvin, 24, was | killed Friday and his instructor! pilot parachuted to safety when; their T37 jet trainer crashed. 1 Calvin, a member of the AiH National Guard at Brocton, 111.,) when he entered the Air Force 1 , was survived by his widow, Mrs. Donna May Calvin of Brocton. Capt. William B. Harris, native of Miami, Fla., was the instructor pilot. Calvin was a stu-1 dent pilot. Both were stationed at Reese Air Force Base in Lubbock, Tex. The crash occurred about 12 miles west of Seagraves, Tex. Big 3 Calling Back 117,000 DETROIT (AP) - The auto industry's Big Three manufacturers are calling 117,000 cars and trucks back to the repair shop to be checked for possible dangerous defects. The recalls were announced by Ford Motor Co., Chrysler Corp. and General Motors Corp. within a day. Biggest recall was by Ford which sent certified letters to owners of 82,000 trucks and buses and 314 Econoline vans in the United States and to 28,000 other owners in Canada and overseas. Chrysler said it was recalling 1,245 cars and 223 trucks. Earlier, Chevrolet Division of General Motors recalled 5,900 police and taxicab vehicles for possible steering column replacement. Jimmy Shook Is Due$ Tech Honors Today SAN SABA (BBC) - Jimmy Shook, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shook, will be among the students to receive special recognition at the annual all college recognition service at 2 p.m. today in the Texas Tech municipal auditorium. Shook, a senior animal husbandry major, will be recognized for his class honors. He holds a grade point average of 4.00 for the fall term, and his grade point average for his four years at Tech is 3.38. The first successful seismo- | graph was developed by W. I Milne, T. Gray and J. Ewing, ; British teachers, in 1880. 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