Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 5, 1967 · Page 6
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 6

Brownwood, Texas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1967
Page 6
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lULLitlM BUCRV'S CHRISTMAS CAPSR $ucku3 6 d& pttpaw id retow fim DIPLOMATIC VICTORY Makarios Cyprus Winner By GEIULD MILLER NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) President Makarios appears to have won a striking diplomatic victory in the Cyprus crisis. Despite pressure from the United States and the threat of a Turkish invasion, the Greek Orthodox archbishop who heads the government of Cyprus—and the Greek Cypriot majority- refused to bow to Turkish demands. The general feeling is that package— withdrawal of Greek ccrs who return home from Cy-'lieved to gel rid of Gen. George and Turkish troops illegally on prus. Cyprus. Technically he would! Makarios is believed not un< have had no say on that any way! happy to see the Greek troop? since they are the forces of an other nation and not subject to his control. Where the proposals touched on matters pertaining exclusively to his administration of Cyprus, he did not budge. These proposals were finally dropped. Makarios said no lo the Turkish demand that he disband his go. And he is known lo be re- AREA MEN IN SERVICE Makarios called Turkey's bluff; national guard. He said no to and won. i the Turkish demand that the MaJtarios gave up almost Turkish Cypriot minority get nothing. The yielding came from Turkey and Greece. The archbishop accepted unconditionally only one point in U.S. envoy Cyrus Vance's original 2 Thugs Leave Man Near Death BOWIE, Tex. AP) — James Hudson, 45, lay near death today from a vicious beating given him .Monday night by two thugs who stole $1,500 from the drive- in food store where Hudson worked. Hudson was scheduled for brain surgery today in Wichita Falls. Police Chief Dixon Latham said two gunmen took $1,500 the legal right to form their own police forces and governments inside their enclaves., Makarios has doubts about enlarging the mandate of the U.N. peace force on Cyprus. According to Secretary-General U Thant's last peace-appeal, this will be a mailer of further negotiation. Though Makarios scored a major diplomatic triumph, official circles in Cyprus don't think Turkey lost particularly. Greece's agreement to with- W1TH ATTACK SQUADRON 23. ABOARD USS TICONDEROGA - Chief Aviation Ord- nanceman Billy D. James, son of Mrs. Loyd Mooney of 3607 Durham, Brovvnwood, is presently serving with the "Black Knights" of Attack Squadron 23. Chief James is one of Ihe approximately one hundred anc 75 men in the squadron who work behind the scenes to keep the squadron's A4-F "Skyhawk' aircraft airborne and combat ready. WITH ATTACK SQUADRON 23, ABOARD USS TtCONDE- draw an estimated 12,000 Greek ROGA - Aviation Electronics troops was a big gain for the Turks, even though it wasn't everything Ankara demanded. The only real loser seems to be the military dictatorship in Greece. The Greek government Technician l.C. Garry W. Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Owens of 1900 First St., Brownwood., is presently serving iwth the "Black Knights" of Attack Squadron 23, Pettv Officer Owens is one of S(A .iv4 i*)i\s N.v***«*4v>>* ivwj* •p-*j H *'** 3Z1Q Z101 iVloAdl JUd . - _-_^, _ , ._-— .,_--_.__ ., — — from the store Monday night, | pressure and agreed to pull out j the approximately 175 men in savagely beat Hudson and left its troops. The junta in Athens the squadron who work behind him. bound and gagged. suffered a drastic loss of face the scenes to keep the squad- Hudson had a broken jaw and among Greeks on Cyprus.and ron's Al-F "Skyhawk" aircraft various head injuries. i may have trouble with the offi- i airborne and combat ready. Are you missing fun because not In the Grivas, the commander of all Greek forces on Cyprus and a potential challenger for the archbishop's power. Grivas was blamed for the battle which touched off the crisis, and the embarrassed Greek government recalled him to Athens. Gainesville Jury Sought 6AKIE5VILL& Tex. (AP) ~ Quizzing of prospective jurors has started in the trial of Mrs. Margaret Medders, the former North Texas party-giver charged with giving a worthless check in an attempt to defraud a photographer. A panel of 150 vcniremen had SUPPORT LBJ Kannacfy Says Olscuss/ons May Coo/ Sfuctonf Protesfs By JACK BELL Af Political Writer WASHINGTON? (AP) "- Sen. been" called but. court was ad-,^ v . ard **. KehHedjf says dis< same position ,1s his cussion of Vietnam issues such Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, a critic of oJhnson's Vietnam Hofi Ifi CWcago if House Sp oakcf position as McCarthy, the Mas- -lohri W McCofmack decides saehusetts senator took the not to take the chairmanship. journed late Monday without a single juror being sealed. The case involves a $840.15 check which Mrs. Medders, 49, was accused of giving a Dallas photographer who covered some of the lavish parties she and her husband gave at their Colonial Acres Farm before the couple was declared bankrupt. If convicted, she could be sentenced to prison for a lerm of two lo 10 years. Her attorneys are expected lo contend that Mrs. Mcdders believed she had sufficcnl cash in the bank lo cover the check when she wrote it. Mrs. Medders and her hus-, . - , band, Ernesl, were tried lo- fore fhe filing deadline in late gether last spring on charges^ j^^L^.!^ ^ campaign because he feels the President Johnson voters of Massachusetts "arc fully aware of my position on \\ McCarthy should be the lone entry on the Democratic" primaries may help cool violent student antiwar demonstrations. Kennedy, a Massachusetts Democrat who has criticized some aspects of President Johnson's Vietnam course, said in'^n interview he regards Me- Carlhy's plan to enter several and put it in .... ing a debate on war issues rath- would be a worthwhile accom- er than a serious hid for the, plisbmenl." presidential nomination. brother,: as Sen. Eugene JL McCarthy, N.Y.,-fhat it will be a good primary ballot, delegates would D-Mihn, plahs in presidential thing to have widespread debate be required under Massachu- ' ' * ' on war issues. ' srtts law to vote for him on the "I have been distressed about first ballot at the convention, the student demonstrations After that, they could vote as which have brought violence." they please, some aspects of President John- he said. "Hopefully, this kind of debate will take the issue away from the extremists and other elements who promote violence primaries' as keyed to promqU f>nd put it in the ballpUxix. That strongly." A fellow Mlnnesolan and -~ —,-• .,,.„, u i long-time political associate of Kennedy said lhal although he Mc c a ,ihy. Vice President Hu- McCarthy has said he will en- supports Johnson for _re-elec- bcKH Humphrey, said mean- point, no one expects Johnson's name lo be entered. But if it should be, Kennedy the President "would run (er the April 30 Massachusetts , lion, he expects to continue to ^jie he d ocsn 't believe the sen- , primary. But Kennedy said he speak out on Vietnam policies glor<s decision lo cnter f our (V . wants lo see what happens be- when he believes the occasion demands it, He said he docs not intend to selling mortgaged cattle; The predictions about voting in his become involved in the primary jury was not able to reach a verdict. The trial involving the worth- home stale. "I expect lo be renominated and I will do ha's been post-! everythingI can lo help him gel VJelnam.and are perfectly capa- poned several times because of 1 re-elected,'' Kennedy _said How- We of making illness of Mrs. Mcdders. ever, hi has already ruled out The jury selection began Mon- llie possibility that he would be day after Disl. Judge W. C. " •-•'--"• Boyd turned down a defense request for another postponement. come a Massachusetts primary stand-in for the President, Although he is not as vigorous mcnts on the discussions take place." Democratic more primaries will split the Democratic parly. Humphrey told an interviewer in Rochester: "1 think a good debale on Hie .subject matter of our foreign policy is not destructive, f think it can be a healthy thing." AFL-ClO President George M.eany pledged Monday to sup- in line in head the I 501 " 1 Johnson for re-election next delegaUon to the year despite what he called the National Conven-, unpopularity of (he war, , own that Great savings on great coffees! ' W£|f <^§* fj >, jj^jjj^M v.f|pi Jjr %^T%^ §^p%^ W W1' *Vt9' i ( "Jr^r FT/,' IrCp^IfF- tittterotifcat* ^* jmrnimmy.*. ff|f%W ^IRTWATg" — —,7? f" «*)I ,¥¥^I^Jf^^A?W ,,-_>. * - *./-,,)

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