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-IS5WNW665 §Utt!ttM Monday, fi«e. J. ft. BEADEL », formal opening ALLEN BEADEL * . flew departments Formal Opening Underway For New J&B Departments Formal opening of four new f Howard Reynolds, departments at JRB Super Mar- Officials describe the newly* ket No 2, 600 Center Ave. be-, enlarged store as "a truly one- his ear. State Atty. Dan Warren said i , -, . . ,. ... , u • two investigators flew to Baton • M A - , t . .. ,. s to P sh °PPJ"g 5 cnter ; wth the R ] a te Sundav with the ex- New departments include the \ four new departments added lo { rac jj|j on papers ' family center, managed by D. j the super market. Warren said police were tip*' Edgl , n | to £ a dlc ? un i phar *i *! ndln ? U £ the , W66k c Y 111 ., 1 *! P*d by Havdeh's father that his macy with Thomas A. Day as i a visit to the store Saturday: £ on ^ as ^ the bus lo Balon pharmacist; a delicatessen, by Santa Claus. He will arrive j ioug T)lc fathe j ,, „ K«i Viattnnntap nt fl-afi a m Km. ' .. . .... . r Police Hold Hippie Charged in Slaying DAYTO&A BBAOf. f\a. (API and the other victim, JameS -A hippie who turned 21 the Stephen Moore of Sen Afiselnio, day he was arrested in the Calif., was hit three fine's with double murder of two teefi-asefs' a fn3<j. Both wefe 18. refused to sign extradition Hayden told investigators he papers and Florida officials aid last saw Garrelt at 10 a.fH, Fri- the warrants would be on the day When (hey parted company desk of Louisiana Oov. John in Nashville, tenn.. Warren aid. McKeilhen today. the 21-year-old, who spent 3f) the hippie. Kit Armin Hay- days in jail this fall oh a nar* den, who dangles a sinelc ring colics conviction. Md invesfi- from his ear. was met by five gators he and Garrelt got a policemen as he got off a bus ride as far as Nashville from (hat pulled into Baton Rouge, a bald-headed man with a child tte was charged with being a in the car, Warren said, fugitive from justice from Fieri-1 The bodies, dumped alongside da, Where he and another hippie j IIS. 1 about IS miles north of are charged with the first de-' Daylona Beach, just where the gree murders of (wo teen-agers.; settle highway turns inland, were Still at Large and believed j found Wednesday by a passerby, traveling with a German Shep-- they were shot "earlier Wedhes- herd named "Gypsy" was nor* • day, doctors said, man Grant Garrett, 29, of Burns, j A sheriff's deputy talked with Ore. Oarrett, bearded and with ! the two "hippie types." who long hair, also wears a ring in j were standing beside Shoultz's station wagon early Wednesday. OUCH! Ne question abaut the reaefidn ef this Chicago seheelgirl fo nur*e Willye White's technique with an inoculating gun. Competitors In Mexico City next year may feel somewhat similar when Willye, a Chicagd Board of Health employe who can also jump farther and run faster than almos.t any woman in the world, shows up on the U.S. team for the Olympic Games. managed by Marvin Fowlkes; and a bakery, managed by DEATHS & FUNERALS Funeral for Mrs. Ina Firth, 75, of 405 Pecos St. will be at 4 p.m. today in Wright's Funeral Home with burial in Jenkins Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Firth died at 2:05 a.m. Sunday after a brief illness. Born Jan. 10, 1892, in Providence, R. I., she had lived in Brownwood nine years and was a member of the Baptist church. She married Otis Firth in 1916. He died in 1960. Survivors include her daughter, Mrs. Arlene Gardner of Houston; one son, Fred Firth of Brownwood; two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Walker ; and Mrs. Alice Seddon, both of Rhode IJsland and four grandchildren. Services for Ernest H- McCreery, 85, of Bang's, were to be at 2 p.m., today j* the Bangs Methodist Church ttof jRev. John Clear by helicopter at 8:45 a.m. Saturday. The newly-remodeled JRB No. 2 now contains 24,000 square feet. It is one of two stores operated by J. R. Beadel and Co. here. The company also has stores in Bangs, Coleman, Abilene, Cross Plains, Eastland, Ranger, Cisco, De Leon, Lampasas and Brady, as well as a transfer and storage company here. J. R. Beadel and Allen Beadel organized J. R. Beadel and Co. in 1945 as a wholesale grocery firm. After five years in that field, then went into the retail field with stores in Brownwood, Snyder and Comanche—• the forerunner of today's 13- store organization. J. R. Beadel has spent 46 years in the wholesale or retail Hayden lefl home a few weeks ago with two guns, a .38 caliber pistol and a 25, caliber pistol, warren said. Daniel Shoullz, 18. of Boomfield Ind., was nit once in the head with a .25 caliber bullet Reports On City Agenda A number of r e p o r I s are scheduled when Brownwood city council holds its weekly meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. in Room A of the coliseum. The agenda: No. 1 — Invocation. No. 2—Approval of claims and accounts. No. 3—Consideration on second reading of an ordinance food industry, while Allen Bead- j closing a portion of Seventh cl has spent his entire working St. life in the food industry except for naval service during World War II. t"O IKS 11196 ,11 till S ' ' LENDALE, Calif. . UP) with Wrht's ™kringer Jimmie Rod * ers ™* char ee of ar ' reported we " enou S h to make | telephone calls from his hospital Mr McCrecrv died In a Banus bed tod ay. although his manag- mr. mcureery aiea in a Hangs - H , . ,.„ „, „__,.•„,, Creek FuSera I ranSente Education Bill Backers Eye Assurances Administration nursing home on Sunday after a long illness. Born in Larnpasas County, Aug. 9, 1882, he had resided in Bangs since 1917 and was a retired rancher and farmer. He was a member of the Method- Jst church. His wife died Nov. 24, 1957. Survivors include his sister, Mrs. Ethel Neely of Winters; er said he is still "in very serious condition." "He insists on making telephone calls to friends and they No. 4—Presentation of a resolution authorizing the mayor pro tem lo sign necessary docu-' ments to sell the city hall property. No, 5—Presentation of Change Order No. 5 on the city hall. No. 6—Presentation of a report concerning surplus property on Austin Ave, ;' : No, 7—Presentation of a, report concerning cost of-mercury vapor lighting on thoroughfares. No. 8—Presenlalion of a proposal that the junior chamber of commerce in cooperation with the Brown County Historical So- ciely proceed will) the develop- mentl of Bowie Memorial Park in exchange for use of the build- By JOE HALL Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate sponsors of a $14.2 billion federal aid to education bill seek administration assurances aimed at easing Southern fears over the cutoff of funds because of alleged segrgation. Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore, the bill's floor manager, saic Sunday consultations were going on with officials of the Health, Education and Welfare Departmenl even while the measure is under floor debate. Morse said he knew Soulhern senators "have a great many reservations about the bill" be cause of the way HEW has proceeded in school desegregation cases. At the same time, Morse and other sponsors of the bill made it clear they did not want lo take floor amendments which are letting him do it rather than ' ing. get all worked up over it," said J No. 9—Presentation of a re- the ° weaken- Seymour Heller, Rodgers' manager. Hospital official refused to comment on Rodgers's condition. Heller said the 33-year-old one nephew, Hillrey McCreery " UIier 5a ' a "^ ."•y« a " > ™ of Midland; and one niece, Life f nger , cou d be hospliaJizcd , - ™ _' . . _ ' *'***4 **E»mnif)i/afn fnnrrt Q \itnnls nn fiirrt McCreery Minter of Dallas. Mrs. Charles Buck HARLINGEN - Mrs. Charles (Edith) Buck of Harlingen died there this morning. Services are expected to be held there with gravesfde services In Brownwood under direction of Davis-Morris Funeral Home. Surviving Is a nephew, Fred Andrews of Brownwood. Mrs, C. M, Robertson Mrs, Charlie M. (Vera) Robertson, 66, of Bangs died at 3 a,m, today in a Santa Anna hospital, Services are pending at DavJs- Morris Funeral Home, , Mrs. Robertson, a Brown Cpunty .resident all her life, was :)^rn May 24, }9Ql, She was a member of the Paptist church. 'S«ry}vjng are her husband; Jwejm Billy W- of Columbus, fia,, £nd-R, W. of Paint Rock; -a"daughter, Mrs, Petty Brown of Bpgs; »• brother, Hojner Wilfc- 'tarpf Abtyme; p413 y e .( f tetir was *# rwi' v {rjj,>jM anywhere from a week or two to a couple of months." Rodgers was found unconscious and beaten along a freeway early Friday, He suffered a skull fracture. He had apparently been attacked with a blunt instrument during a robbery attempt, according to his physician, Dr. William L. Donham. Heller said Rodgers has no recollection of Friday-'"He's lost the whole day." He said the only thing that remains is "the impression that he was hit wilh a tire iron." port concerning vehicle storage sheds for the service center, No. 10—Presentation of a report concerning the hearing in | volving discontinuous of passenger train service. Labor's Support Vital to Demos, Humphrey Says MIAMI BE.ACH, Fla, (AP) * Vise President Hubert H, Humphrey says labor's political support Is vital to President Johnson and other PemQcrats, In the 1968 ejections, "Any Democrat who doesn't ' (Wok the Jator movement is 'im portant, isn't much of s pemo- crat," Humphrey ioJd / , , Humphrey had an, hour's pri« vgte meeting Stojday with President Jiere LibraryWorkshop Is Planned Here A workshop, sponsored by the Field Services Division of the Texas State Library will be conducted at the Brownwood Public Library beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Conducting the workshop will be Mis.s Elizabeth Karle, consultant of the Texas Slate Library, She is stationed in the Abilene Public Library where she serves the 45 counties that come under her jurisdiction. According to Mrs. Walter Dix, Brownwood librarian, the workshop will involve 14 counties and the mmeeting will center on organization for good library service, Two Slightly Hurt In Early Accident Highway patrolmen report two slight injuries resulting from a tw(H?ir collision at intersection of the oW May Road i about 4 p.m, Treated and released at 8rownwoo4 Memorial Hospital were Mr, and Mrs. Walter Clyde of 704 Ave, P. More* Jsnd's \m station wagon and a ing the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which bars federal aid funds for projects where racial segregation is practiced. The sponsors said they hope HEW can come up., with some statement about its handling of future desegregation cases which would satisfy the Southerners. The Dixie senators declined to bring up any of their proposed amendments In the civil rights area when the bill first was called up for debate last Friday. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield was forced lo pul the measure over until today. Sen. Richard B. Russell, D< Ga., is the sponsor of a proposed amendment thai would bar HEW from cutting off DamageHigh In 4 Crashes Brownwood police report no injuries but considerable damage in four automobile accidents in the Brownwood area Sunday, At 8:45 p.m. at the traffic circle there was a two car collision with estimated damage totaling $350 Involved were a J960 vehicle driven by Robert Joseph Allen Jr. of, Grande Courts and a J955 ear driven by Billy Donald Adams of Junction, On Austin and Fisk Sunday at 3:46 p.m. another two car collision did $460 damage to both vehicles. Involved were a 1851 car driven by Alfln Earl Hall of J714 Dallas 8t, and a 1964 car driven by Henry Lee Mills of im Ave. A, At }2;Q1 p.m, Sunday afc Melwood and Austin, two cars were in collision. Involved were 9 196? car driyen toy PejrJ Carter Johnson of Rt, I and a 1061 c,ar driven by kawrenee Ed ward ksw&on of Jennings p Police estimate teta] damage At 1Q;OJ a.m. gupjay an school aid funds lo any district once the school year was under way. This was regarded by some of the Southerners as an adequate substitute for the amendtncnl of Rep. L. H. Founlain, D-N.C., pul into the bill in the House but knocked out by the Senate Labor Committee. It would have barred HEW from deferring approval of aid applications from school districts believed to be practicing segregation. Under its terms, the department would have been required to go through a lengthy, formal process to cut off funds. The Fountain rider was heavily op posed by the Johnson adminis tration. Peter Libassi, director o HEW's civil rights office, sak the Russell amendment woult "seriously weaken Ihe entire ne gotialing process" by which HEW brings schools into com pliance with federal desegrega lion guidelines. "School dislricls would take the position that there is no need to make a settlement with HEW," Libassi said in a state ment, "because they woulc have an additional grace perioc of up to 12 months before they would lose a dollar." It now lakes an average of 10 months- for a school district to complete the process through which federal funds are cut off. Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., said he was prepared lo speak at length against the bill if the Fountain amendment or some version of il were not restored. Other Southerners said no fili- Brownwood Bulletin • Published every svisning excinl - -- . WEDNESDAY-- Chlckefi fried Steak and gfflvy, gfeefl WB8CAY ^Barbecue 6ft bufl, ftg? Ffinch Style beans, potato salad, £611 slaw, peach shortcake and milk. J $o&A»r>iiSifo; "MifiV" Subscription rites, 6V CARRIER BY WEEK. « c«nls «u> lilit ti 4h£ I'M. il^...i_.^ • ' a, . 8Y MAIL th fh» follbwma aunt?*,. CllllWft. EiJlllrta, 6r*th, Comsnc'l HStollten, Mills, Comsnc'J S«b«, MeCuiicth beans, au gfatlfl . biflatiori Salad, peach coooier,; MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED ., tinf fnllt hnHpf flrtrl ttlilk i Th6 Associated Press r» exclusivity not rpus, muter ana num. , f|(|M )g hp uje , 0r p Ub ,, C8 ,, on *' ( * THURSDAY — FlSh Sticks the locSI news published herein *,«J **«•<»» e<ni/tri freeh htsrk r'9 hl£ °' tiinibtttiiHoti of special and tartar sauce, fresn macK n » ws d ,,p af( .,, C s crt<i ;\ ti fo „ or eyed peas, buttered rice, jello -(herwise credited m this paper « M «i salad arid fruit, peanut butter cookies and rnilk. FRIDAY - Hot dogg with chili, potato chips, baked beans, garden salad, icecream. A rights of republlcatlon of special patches are also reserved. Fish Fry Is Set Tonight 30/es Tox Quesf/ons i Q—Who will enforce Ihe mil-1 nicipal sales lax? A—The slate comptroller by law t enforce the n respect 10 "y map required to be ****** ( f The National Guard Armory. on the Brady Highway will be lc ^ Ihe scene tonight of the annual ia * Brown County Spoilsman Club 1 fish fry beginning at G:3o p.m. I Wallace Chamness of Brown-; wood will show a film madedurh | during his last year's African safari. In addition, the Brownwood High School stage band will furnish the music. Other special ^'f^J events are planned for the oc- j f s ncltt "cJ A—No specific requirements j regarding maps have yet been devised. H is, however, but participation in the fish fry buster is planned, however. ' ily. for the indJvudual and his fam- More about LBJ Teens View Style Show A style show highlighted Ihe evenls at a meeting of the Brown County Teen Club Saturday night. A total of 512 students registered at the door. Participating in the style show were Riva Hargrove, Carol Ricks, Guen Mills, Peggy Hargrove, and Terrye Hambrick. Mrs. Sherry Doster acted as commentator. The teen association Is sored by the Brownwood Police Assn. Other entertainment was fur* nished by Harry Sockol and John Riley, Chaperonps who helped the policemen supervise the activities were Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Dillard, Mrs, L. E. Hobbs, Mrs. Vj Sims, Alice Rodrlquez, Mrs. D, M. Garcia, Mrs. June For« bess, Mrs. S, C. Taylor, Joyce Collins, 0, H, Wilder, Jewel Hamilton, Raymond Blankenship, Harvey Goodjoln, Penny Patterson and Bobby Jones, The teen club will be open for the next two Saturdays before closing for the. Christmas season on Dec. 33 and Dec. 30, fotal attendance to date has Wen 4,J40 students, ' WOMEN SUFFER WITH BIADPIR IRRITATION Cpmmon KJijney & tjyjc* were aU888 car drven by R TOiPERS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) internal pary matters." McCarthy won the unanimous endorsement Sunday of the Conference of Concerned Democrats, meeting in Chicago. The 450 to 500 delegates from 42 states attending the meeting said of the Minnesolan: "McCarthy is a slatesman who possesses the qualities of courage, leadership, humility and vision needed to instill faith in our government." Actor Robert Vaughn, national chairman of Dissenting Democrats, announced shortly afterward thai his group had decided in a closed caucus also lo back McCarthy, Vaughn said Dissenting Democrats has chapters in 20 states. In another weekend development, Sen, Stephen M. Young said he'll seek a favorite son designation in Ohio in a bid to record a Democratic convention protest against Johnson's war policies. Young, a persistent critic of those policies, said thai as a favorite son he would back Johnson for renomination after the first convention ballot. A position paper put before a Detroit meeting of the Michigan Conference of Concerned Democrats called meanwhile for ousting Democratic National Chairman John M. Bailey, accusing him of trying to "rig the 1968 national convention" in favor of Johnson. A spokesman for the "dump Johnson" movement said Sun- Diver Shot By Hunter MARSHALL, Tex. (AP) - A day that strong showings by McCarthy In the primaries ' diver in a gar' spearfishing coni could throw open the Democrat- j t est was fatally shot Sunday by ic convention to a number of| a hunter who apparently possible nominees, including j mistook him for an alligator New York Sen. Kennedy. ~ The diver, Jim Clark. 35, of "You can't elect enough dele- Shrcvcport, La., had surfaced by gates in primaries to carry the a stump on Caddo Lake near convention, but you can elect • • City Will Bid For 1969 Event Brownwood will make a bid for the 1969 playday finals of the American Assn, of Sheriff's Pos> ses and Riding Clubs. A bid for the 1968 event has been planned but plans were changed after it was learned Fort Worth offered Will Rogers Coliseum as a site. Fort Worth's bid was accepted at the organization's meeting in Lubbock over the weekend, A group from Brownwood attended the sesion, representing both Brown Comity Sheriff'? Posse and Brownwood JUders (JJ«b, enough delegates to influence the Democratic political organi- zalions lo re-cxamlne whelher they want the President renomi- nated," said Allard K. Lowen- steln. Lowenstein, a New York lawyer who is co-chairman of the Conference of Concerned Democrats, was interviewed on NBC's "Meet Ihe Press." Bailey later issued a statement calling Lowenstein's assertions "a jumble Of confusion." Rep. Hale Boggs, D-La., in a separate statement, called Lowenstein "the Don Quixote of the new isolationism in America." Johnson was endorsed Sunday by, past and present Democratic governors from six states and party leaders from four other states who met near San Diego, Calif. Support of Johnson's Vietnam policies wasn't specifically included in the resolution, but Utah Gov. Calvin Rampton declared later, "we all support Ihe President in Vietnam," Area Men In Service PFC. B. W. Banner, grand' son of Mrs. Reba Banner of IBM Fourth St., is serving with the Army in Hamburg, Germany, A graduate of Brownwood High School, Banner .has been in the urmy since January 1997 Carpet P*ths and Easily Removed . or clean carpet Safe Blue kussre re-bright- eiii colors, |esve§ nap fluffy. Rent easy-tO'iise electric er far $} a fay at Prug, HS3 CoggiR, where the hunter was in a boat. Contest officials said Ihe area in which Clark was diving was marked by flags used to precaution boaters and water skiers that a diver is below the surface. .Strickland Heads Baptist Venture DALLAS (AP) - The Baptist General Convention of Texas will launch a campaign to oppose a May 4 referendum on local option pari-rnuluel betting. The convention has a $19,509 fund to fight gambling through its public information services. Directing the drive will be Phil Strickland, Fort Worth attorney, who will work fuJltime in the Dallas headquarters gathering date on gambling. A graduate of the University of Texas law school, Strickland is a Baptist layman who spent a year studying at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary jn Fort Worth. MISS YOUR PAPER? It you fail to receive your Bu'k'Un, please call your locvJ garUer»saJesmap. 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