Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 28, 1968 · Page 5
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€€ M§§f!n§ Set Monday af Be Lion DE LEON (BBC) - Paul! Marable, Waco Chamber of! Commerce manager, will be i the keynote speaker for the annual De Leon Chamber of. County Records 16 i 8IRTHS «* 1000 fOPULAtlON THE BIRTH RATE 1917-1967 26.6 Will alSO be On the program. priced $2.50 each. News Of Men In Serv/ce InillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIinilllllllllllllllM ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Sp. 4 James R. Rornig. 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Romig, 709 Oak Park Dr., Brownwood, was recently selected for a special army assignment which will take him on a nine- month tour of the United States. He is a temporary member of the U.S. Army Exhibit Unit at Cameron Station, Alexandria, Va. His duties will be as a display specialist accompanying a department of the army exhibit entitled, "Today's Vision—Tomorrow's Victory," on its nationwide public appearance tour. When selected for his tour with the unit, Spec. Romig was assigned as a heavy truck driver at the 8th Transportation Company, Ft. George G. Meade, Md. He will return to his duties there at the conclusion of his special assignment. JStH DISTRICT COUftt ed with laud muffler. Je* Dlbrtll, Judge Presiding Jess Kpndrick, Coleman, charged with . : L&A Machinery Co. of Brcwnwood vv drunk pedestrian. | , A. K. MSttix and Sam Mattix, Ind., and Charles Allen Simpson. T>x»rK«na, | Un« ..»• c t j ' doiri 9 business as Mattix Brothers, suit charged with ?Dfedina. i banquet Saturday on account. Charles Allen Simpson, TexarVana. ' at 7:30 b. in. ifl the CitV Hall i !- aur8 Poster Muggins vs. &lll Hugoins. i charged with muffler bypass In eoera- «». ». t tt * *j * e ' * U '^ ' or divorce. :' th>n Mrs. jaCK nasty, president Of Audit L. Sheooard vs. ins, Co. of '•• Robert Alien Holland, Brownwood, the chamber's women's division. ; N8Hrth 0AI T^ ^ u»'™™w. {!£?%£& thr ° wins "** °° hi5hw8v j suit 'or divorce. \ L<, W JS Gifford, Srownwood. charged I Louise Machado vs John M Machado, wilh di;charge of fire arms over, on ! Also to be announced at the su i* f °" <"*<"•«. ifl <t across a punnc road. i%onni<af rtiill tin TV, t Ann'* «,«^ Bertha Lerma charged with accom- Louis Barnard, Ccmariche, charged i banquet Will be De Leon S man piice to armed robbery. with over gross weight. Of WOmafi Of the Vear ! N ' w - Lan£ lers charged with theft Gary Lynn Graham charged with mak- J ' j ov «. r J50. ; ing alcoholic beverage available to a Tirkpfs for fhr> hannnpf mav Jimrnv Lynn Hargrove, Cross Plains, minor. 1 ICKEIS I0r IRC Danquet may i char g ed wlth mak;n?| g koho ,, c Average G«rge P. Gatewood. Petersburg. be purchased at the Chamber : available to a minor. : charged with improper change of lanes. of rnmmofrp nffirp and arc l ,. Donald Morris Hargrove. 807 Bocxer Joe R. Cadena, Irving, charged with 01 l<uilliu..iu: unite, dllU dre St.. charged with making alcoholic bev- no operator's license. | erage available to a minor. ; Morgan Truett Ellis, Brownwood, 1 Danny Roy Gowin. Brownwood, charg- , charged with passing In * no-passing zone. Sammy Perez Esqulvel, Fort Worth, charged with speeding. Geneva W. MlHI.ollon, Rt. i. charged i with speeding. 1 Sharon Maureen Road, San Angelo, charged with speeding. Edward Perez Cardenas, Brownwood. charged with speeding. J Kenneth W«vn« Rudlf'f, 1MB Wico ; St.. charged with speeding , Randall Lee Perry, Brownwood, charg- | ed with speeding. i Lynda Todd Hair, Brownwood. charged ! with loud mufflers. | Jesse H. Burroughs, Jr., Conroe, ] charged with speeding. I Carolyn L. Ellis, Arlington, charged i with speeding. • Nickev Tpx Galncs, Comanche, charg- ; ed with speeding. j Jane Blair Jecker, Oenlon, charged with speeding. Cleveland f. Jones III, Fort Worth, charged with speeding. Schery Diane Zaslcek, Rogers, charg- ; ed with speeding. Nell Rogers, Brownwood, charged with minor In possession of alcoholic beverage (beer). Nell Rogers, Brownwood, charged with violation of driving license restriction No. 1. j Olden D. Morris, Brownwood, charged I with speeding. ' Robert Allen Holland, Brownwood, ' charged with making alcoholic beverage Available to a minor (beer). ] | Carl Monroe Casbeer, San Saba, charg- , *d with running stop sign. Jean Resse Thomas, Brownwood, charged with no operator's license. j Bobby Roy Waldrep, Rising Star, charg- j ed with speeding. j Robert Dwalne Chambers, May, charged with wrong side of road not passing. COUNTY COURT William 0. Brecdlovc, Judge Presiding Bonnie Baugh Ray charged with DWI. Bruce Edell Cammack charged with DWI. David Brown, 601 Bailey St., charged with aggravated assault, male upon le- male. Derel Roach, Brownwood, charged with DWI. Kenneth Williams charged with DWI. Otis V. Calcate charged with DWI. William Richard George charged with DWI. Melville Neville, Brownwood, charged with unlawfully carrying arms. Pedro Ortegon charged with DWI. 179 Ithursefoy, March 2$, 1968 &&6WNW666 lULIlflN- Kennedy's Entry Boosts Johnson Strength in South 1970 1917 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 the U.S. birth rdfe—the number of live births per 1,000 of the forol population—hit Q new low lost year but total number of births—3.53 million—was much higher than the previous low, during the Depression, because of the much larger population. Churches Bid for Unification WITH U.S. COMBAT AIR FORCES, Vietnam—Sgt. Bobby A. Daniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sanders of Hasse, is on duty at Nha Trang AB, SP. 4 JAMES K. ROMIG . , . due tour Vietnam. Sgt. Daniels, a flight equipment specialist, is a member of the Pacific Air Forces. Before his arrival in Vietnam, he was assigned to Holloman AFB, N.M. The sergeant attended Comanche High School. His wife, Donna, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Gray of Alamogordo N.M. DAYTON". Ohio (AP) — Stepping up their drive for unification, leaders of 10 Protestant de- Texas Trio Killed in Viet WASHINGTON (AP) - Fifty- five servicemen killed in action in the Vietnam war were identified Wednesday in a Defense Department casualty list. They included three Texans: Arniy—2nd Lt. James E. Laird, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Laird, 3509 Robin Hood Lane, Texarkana; Sgt. Jimmy Flores, son of Mrs. Antonia T. Hernandez, 2436 Polosi St., San Antonio. Marines—Pfc. Bennie J. Sisson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Jordan, North Timberland Drive. Space 206, Walker Trailer Park, Lufkin. Changed from missing to dead —hostile: Army—Spec, 4 Rodolfo Villa- franco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guadalupe Villafranco, box 1158, San Benito. nominations aimed today to 5 Dr. James t. McCord, president, j have a specific plan of union ; of Princeton Theological Semi- ready in two years—and sooner nary, said, "We do not believe DOCTORS ELLIS & ELLIS OPTOMETRISTS Call for appointment 643-0184 or 308 Citizens Bank Bids;. Car-Train Crash Leaves 1 Dead ODEM, Tex. (AP) — One occupant was killed and another injured seriously Wednesday night when a car hit a switch engine of the Missouri Pacific Railroad here in South Texas. James DeHart, 43, of Conroe died in the crash. John E. Crossley, 25, of Athens, the driver, was taken to a Sinton hospital. Man, 65, Dies In Auto Crash EL PASO '(AP) - Bennie Manuel Fee, 65, was killed Wednesday when his car dived into the Rio Grande after a traffic accident in the upper valley section of El Paso. Border patrolman Gerrcll Ed Mison told police Fee's skidding automobile hit a back fender of his car, swerved across the middle of Interstate 10 and struck a tree before plopping into the water upside down. if possible. "This puts us in high gear," said the Rev. Dr. David G. Colwell of Seattle, chairman of the consultation on church union. The action moved the project out of the exploratory phase into the concrete process of carrying it out—what one churchman called "the nuts and bolts stage." that 'all deliberate speed' is sufficient for this 'ask. We are now summoned to commit ourselve's to such reckless obedience as we believe God now demands of us all." When complete, the plan will be subject to ratification by the different denominations. Delegates said the ancient | Apostles and N : ^ene creeds, the Brushing aside earlier expcc-1 historic affirmations o! Chris- la lions that the step would be lian belief, would be used in the deferred for further preliminary united church, but not so as to voted launch studies, delegates Wednesday night to immediately the blueprinting of a united church structure, and fixed the time limit for doing it. "What they're saying here is that we haven't got time to fiddle around," Dr. Colwell told newsmen afterward. "The world is pressing us too hard." Denominations involved have a total of 25& million members —about 40 per cent of American Protestanls. Their representatives directed a spcial commission to have a plan of union prepared by the consultation's next meeting in 1969 "if possible," but not later than the 1970 conference. The resolution, presented by coerce literal assent to their lime-conditioned terminology. Churches involved ir 'ude the Methodist, Episcopal, United Church of Christ, United Presbyterian, Presbyterian in the USA, Christian (Disciples), Evangelical United Brethren, African Methodist Episcopal. African Methodist Episcopal Zion and Christian Methodist Episcopal. By JACK BELL i AP Political Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. j Robert F. Kennedy's entry intO the Democratic nomination con- I test appears to have boosted i President Johnson's delegate strength in southern and border states. Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney. seeking re-election in Oklahoma, said in an interview, that the New Yorker's venture into the presidential contest had wiped out what anti-Johnson \ sentiment existed in his state, i Monronry noted the Oklaho- ! ma legislature's unanimous pas-'; sage, with Republicans participating, of a resolution endorsing Johnson's Vietnam policies,' which Kennedy has attacked. ] Similarly, a high-ranking '• Democrat who has been feeling! the voter pulse in Virginia said Kennedy's candidacy has made highly probable the choice of a 54-vote pro-Johnson delegation in the July state convention. His explanation: The Democrats concerned don't like Johnson but they like Kennedy even less—because of his civil-rights actions as U.S. attorney general —and few of thorn have heard of Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy, D- Minn., third man in the race. Johnson's lieutenants say they're convinced the President I will have most of the Soulh's I that might be carried by 1 Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama in the November election, i As an example, Sen. Russell |B. Long, I)-La., has predicted ' Louisiana will deliver its 36 conj vention votes to Johnson. But h$ ; expects Wallace to carry it Ifi I November. i In trying to sew up the fringes j of the Deep South. Johnson'* lieutenants are running into i some difficulties. GQOD/YCAtt OFFER tOR PICKUP AMI PANEL TRUCK OWNERS popular^ sizes .jf SAME $ 00 in. It In t ,,. i SIZt 6.70 x 15 7.00x 13 7.00* 14 TYPE tube-type tubeiess t.ubeler.5 FED. EX. TAX 12.3,3 $2.54 S?,76 convention votes, even in stiitcs VOTE TARLTON FOR MAYOR (PAID POL. ADV.) noise fior NuraacbL as you twuld """ choona doctor Have Toor Doctor Call 0* OPEN 7 A.M. - 7 P.M. 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Polansky, Corpus Christi, Texas RCA Color TV Set Winners: Bob Hindman, Victoria, Texas Eugene Jackson, Houston, Texas $100 Gash Winners Betty Smith, Wcrtauga, Texas Shirley PannelL Fort Worth, Texas Curtis Ellis, Baytown, Texas Patricia Ann Jones, Houston, Texas t America's Leading Energy Company Pork Spare RIBS 39c ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED BACON HAMS Mb. Pkg. AGAR CANNED BANQUET DINNERS 99c 3.99 3 FOR 1.00 5-lb. Ea. KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP Limit One with $5.00 Purchase QT. 47c HOLLY SUGAR 5-LB. BAG 49c Limit One with $5 Purchase CRISCO Shortening 3-LB.CAN 66t Limit One with $5 Purchase All Except Ham. . W FOR FOLGERS-MAXWELL HOUSE-MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE Lb. Limit One with $5 Purchase 66c TIDE DETERGENT GT. SIZE 59c Limit One with $5 Purchase 3 CONTESSA MELLORINE . CTNS. 1.00 Limit Three A&P INSTANT 10-OZ. JAR FLOUR SUNNYFIELD Limit 1 Bag with $5,00 Pgrchqse or More 51 39c RUSSET POTATOES CARROTS 10-lb. C 20-lb. 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