Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 26, 1968 · Page 5
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 5

Brownwood, Texas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1968
Page 5
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March 26, 1968 B&OWNW666 BULLEtlN- County Records — justice COURT Ernest Cadenhetd, Judo* Presiding Herbert Lee Hooten, Fort worth, paid fine of 450 fo- failure to dispay registration numbers on boat. Steven Knight York. Brownwood, paid fine of $15 for speeding. Edna Brown Childs, Dallas, charged With violation of promise to appear. Vickie Lynn Galncs, Comanche, charg. id with violation of promise to appear. Idis Clyde Brvce, Fort Hood, charged with violation of promise to appear. Roger L. Whitworth charged with no operator's license. Faustlno Sanchez, Bangs, charged with no driver's license. Roy Standley S p I n d o r, Gainesville, Charged with no driver's license. Willie 8. Eason charged with drunk. Cecil Love and Dink Thomav Bangs ind Brownwood. acting together, charg. ed with disturbing the peace. Dink thomas. Brownwood, charged with minor in possession of alcoholic beverage. Roy Nichols. Bangs, charged Wilh dis- lurbing the peace. Richard Wilson. Bangs, charged with disturbing the peace. A. J. Anderson, Bangs, charged wth disturbing the peace. Danny Ramsey, Bangs, charged with disturbing the peace. D«hny Ramsey, Bangs, charged with minor In possession of alcoholic beverage. J. R. Wells, Sunset Terrace, charged with abusive language. Charlie Lee Daniels charged with disturbing the peace. Charlie Lee Daniels charged with drunk Area Men In Service In » public place. Ada Lfster Daniel, Brownwood. charged with speeding. C*s* dismissed. i J. M. fcellsv. Browrwood, charged With ; drunfc. Earl Edwin Brtnkley charged with hunt- ; Inq without * license. Case dismissed. ; Kenneth Rayburn McCoy, Dallas, charg- j ed with speeding. j Wesley F. Henderson, Waco, charged : I with soeeding. i Beatrice Fern Dsdds, 1515 Melwood : • Ave., charged with failure to dim head : i lights meeting. ' ! Dudley Kyle Barrett, Comanche, charg- • ! ed with drunk In * public place. i ' Dorothy F. Lasattr, Comanche, charged with wrong side of road not pifslnp. Kenneth Randan Weed, Brownwood, : charged with lmprop*r start. i Kenneth Frank Malhls, be Leon, charg- . ed with drunk In » public place. Boile Wells, Dalas. charged with speeding. James Robert Mabe, Uvelland, charged with speeding. S*m Wood Sloan, San S«M, charged with speeding. Barlon Lee Goodwin, Early, charged with drunk In a public place. Barlon Lee Goodwin, Early, charged with making alcoholic beverage available to a minor. Mellon Wayne Carruth, Blanket, charged with minor In possession ol alcoholic beverage. Duane C. Holt II, Brownwood, charged with minor In possession of acoholic Jimmy' Hotiler, Winters, charged with minor in possession of alcoholic beverage. Edwin Glynn Await, San Angelo, charged with making alcoholic beverage available to a minor. Isral Reges, Brady, charged with possession of alcoholic beverage. Salvador Calderon, San Sab», charged with making alcohole beverage available to a minor. Herman D. Franks, Brownwood, charged with making alcoholic beverage available to a minor. Billy Don Patterson, Brownwood. charged with minor In possession of alcoholic beverage. Raymond W. StewsH, Brownwood, charged with minor In possession of alcoholic beverage. Dewavne Joe Salmons, Fort Worth, charged with speeding. Helen C. Smallwood, Fort Worth, charged with speeding. Charles 0. Wlneburne Jr., San Angeo, charged with ovorlength. Harold Smith McLane, Irving, charged with speeding. Hubert Eugene Waugh Jr., Stephen- vlllc, charged with speeding. Laverne L. Rosentlel, Forreslon, Ill- charged with overwldth. Gary Lee Dusseau, Arlington, charged i with . speeding. • Larry Gene Peel, Fort Worth, charged with speeding. Maxcey LaFoy Evans, Cross Plains, charged with minor In possession ot alcoholic beverage. Terry Glenn Johnson, Cisco, charged with minor In possession of alcoholic beverage. Benny Derrln Free, Cross Plains, charged with minor In possession of al- coholc beverage. WO JOHN FOWLER ... to Vietnam .. >Warrant officer John Fowler, son of Lt. and Mrs. Vic Fowler, will leave for unassigned aviation duties in Vietnam on Thursday. Fowler has been spending a 15-day leave at home- following his graduation from Fort Rucker, Ala. He is a 1965, graduate of Brownwood High School and attended San j Angelo State College for one year. Enroute to Vietnam, he will stop for a short time at Travis Air Force base in Colorado. All Viet Forces Committed, Says U.S. Commander DA NANG, Vietnam (AP) — In efforts to seize objectives in northern South Vietnam, the North Vietnamese army "has committed, I think, about all the forces it can spare to force the issue," the U.S. commander in the region said today. "He's not the type to try something half way," said Marine Lt. Gen. Robert E. Cushman, chief of American forces in South Vietnam's five northernmost provinces. Cushman said to force the issue, the enemy—starting with its lunar new year offensive — abandoned its protracted war. Open Mouth Leads Only to Self Woe By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) — If man could keep his big mouth shut, half his troubles would disappear. High schools teach algebra and colleges teach logic, but no institution of formal learning bothers to inform its students! when to speak and when to be silent. Only in the school of hard knocks does a fellow find out that an open mouth is the biggest manufactory of self-woe.. Only there does he learn to curb ] his tongue and refrain from making remarks that can lead only to disaster. i Anyone's happiness quotient : in life would double, for exam-; pie, if he studiously refrained j from ever using any of the fol-| lowing expressions: "If you felt that way about my family, why did you marry I me in the first place?" Mtrritt Scholarship Fund Is Established A new endowed scholarship fund has been established at Howard Payne College, it has been announced by Dr. Guy D. Newman, president. It is Frances L. Merritl Scholarship Fund, and will be lor the benefit of students majoring in education. First contribution to the fund has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson of Temple. Mrs. Wilson is the former Effie C. Fairweather, an education graduate at Howard Payne, Dr. Newman said. Other former students and friends may make contributions to the fund, the president said, First scholarships will fee awarded when the fund reaches $5,000, and only the income from the money will be use4 for scholarships. "Take it or leave it!" "I hear you had an operation, Madge. Tell me about it." "You must have had-an inter- 1 esting time on your trip to Europe. I don't suppose you took any color pictures while you j were there?" "Gee, if that's the biggest j merit raise I can expect around} here, I'd just as soon do without one." "Hop in. Where are you trying \ to hitchhike to?" | "So you cooked this all by | yourself with your own little' wee hands. Well, it tastes like you could have used a few helpers." . ' "There's one big difference between you and my first wife. She burned the toast on the top, you burn the toast on the bottom." "The trouble with you suburbanites, Ronald, is that your 1 only real interest in life is in j fighting crabgrass. Why don't i you just beat it to death with an empty gin bottle?" "This is the first time I ever played roulette. How much does ! it cost to bet, and where do I put! my money?" i "Go ahead and try. I dare i you." j "I can't understand it, | George. You never let me play ] ! golf with you before, and the (very first time 1 hit the ball J knocked it farther than you did. How do you explain that?" i "I'm leaving the key in the I mailbox. Use the place as often i as you like while we're gone. i Just so you don't throw any wild i parties." j "Who are you to put yourself {on a pedestal?" i "I feel I haven't been of much j help. Is there anything else you ; can think of that I can do for ;you?" i "I have to leave the store for , a couple of .hours to do an er- ! rand. Would you mind handling ; the cash register until J get iback?" Calf Liver » 59c Stew Meat&"-.*. 49c Bologna $| ^ ^ 35c &!*•*•«* * *•• ib - A ** , *^* rICnlCS Wh *'* °" ! y ">• OOC ROUND BONE Jtoast » 53c | DECKER'S KORN KIST 1 BACON HAftHft'l HdMtMADI Mb. Pkg. 33 Sausage 3 * 1.19 Ground Chuck «> 69c Loin Steak »79c Pork Roast *. 45c Chuck Roast » 43c Pork Liver ••> 29c DECKER'S Wieners v**.* SAVE EVERY DAY at HARPER'S FRESH AND LEAN HAMBURGER DECKER'S SQUARE CANNED HAM 1 ROUND BONE PORK STEAK 1 Steak ". 59c SEVEN ROAST 3 Ib. SEVEN STEAK Harper's Homemade CHILI Tamales 3cl 1.00 KEITH'S PEAS Maxwell House DEL MONTE Catsup 2 =r 49c 2 TO-oi. 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Can 49c DEL MONTE DRINKS «, c_ 4/1.00 PEANUT BUTTER M .,.,„*, 79c KIMBELL BEANS Chuck Wagon 300 Con 2/25C DECKER'S LUNCHEON MEAT .2.. c. n 45c HORMEL OLEO ,-, n, 2 for 29c BIG K FLOUR 25-ib, cioth B 09 1,79 SALAD DRESSING *.*,•39c FRITO CHILI NO 2 co n 59e KIMBELL'S COFFEE *.<=.„63c Double Luck Cut GREEN BEANS 303 2 for 25c Neuhoff PURE LARDM.C, 39e Glodiolo CAKE MIX,o. 25e Pacific Gold PEACHES NO. 2v* con 29c Mb, Cello 809 Celery $tglk f«, 15c TIXA5 I Oranges * 15c OD STORE 817 MELWOOD Price* Tues, March ?6 thr\» . Saturday, March 30 We reserve the right Jo umu

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