Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 31, 1968 · Page 27
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 27

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, March 31, 1968
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Law Changes Htlp Early Youngsters Because of a recent change cent enough, in the Social Security Law. Gary But in January 1968 President I,PO Tatum and G'ayla Renae Lyndon B. Johnson signed into tatum of Early may receive law some far reaching changes benefit payment. 1 ? monthly for in social security, and one of many years to come. these makes it possible to pay Their' mother. Genevieve Ta- a child of a woman worker who turn, died Oct. 31, 1963. She died and who had worked long had worked for wages covered by Social security for a number of years until 1958, when Gayla was born, but had not worked since. When she dlfed, only a small lump-sum payment was possible to Doflaldirhcr husband, to help oft fufietiil expenses. No enough to be "insured." even though tlte work was not recent and even though the children were living with both parents at the time of her death. Gary Lee is 12, and Gayla Renae is nine Tatum read in the Brownwood Bulletin something about monthly parents could be i this change in law, $o he went made for the children becouse their mother's work was not re- P-TC Officers Named at May MAY — New officers were elected for the May Parent- Teacher Club at last Monday night's meeting in the high schol auditorium. Mrs. Lewie Newman, chairman of the nominating committee, presented the following; Logan Stewart, president; Mrs. Mrs. Myrle Helton, secretary; Mrs. J. B, Harris, treasurer. to see Gleft McNatl at the So; cial Security Office and sub- j milled an application. j In March he received $157.80 I representing the payment for the children for February, and ' a similar check will arrive April 3 and in each month thereafter | until they reach 18 years of age. 1 By that time about $14,000 i will have been received. If lhe i children continue in school full- time until they reach 22. about $7.500 more will be received, making a lotal of $20.671.80 potentially payable to the two children. The amount of the monthly payment was figured from how long their mother worked and much she averaged in Sunchy, Moreh 31, 1$68 I&OWNWO66 |Ulll1lf4 Proposed New Rotary Staked In County Near Brookesmith .T H BuiP r»f San Antonio , miles \v>sf of in? from perforations sf, t..1o3* i staked No. 1 Ethel Carr as a It h .lack Fnnklin of Abi- ft? feH. tf rated with 250 ga> i proposed !MO- foot rotary wildcat lenr No. 1 James Hargelt, Ions of mud acid. i in Brown County. Jamrs Priestly Survey 675. Tho venture was original!.? i Location is oiie mile west of Absolute, open f'w was 2.75ft.- ; drilled in 1965 and plugged It Brookesmith on a 218 acre lease. 000 cubic feet of dry gas daily. \ 1,318 feet. It spots 467 feet from the south- Production is "rom perforations i J. D. Borden, Abilene, slaked east and \.9Ht feet from the at 1.294 to 1,300 feet. i No. 1 MrKinney-Harper in the southwest lines nf Garcia. Mon- regular field seven milfs north- lie/ and Moran Survey 373. ! HAMILTON - Ellison As-Vn-i- ; east of Putnam. Sla».«d for t.BOO i Pitcock Inc. of Graham com- ales Trie nf Austin will drill , f pp ( H -j m rotary, it spots 1.1.06 pletod two injection wells in No | Ira Schrank as a wildcat : fppl from thp narth and 750 {N , t Hirr^ milrs west of Ireland on ^ lhe ^ ]inM Q{ Having a proposed depth of : 3l fi 2. TE&L Survey. 4.000 frrt with rotary, it spots 330 frc! from the south and east lines of C W. Currirr Sur- vcv. A HELPING HAND FOR DAD-Donald Tatum of Early, one of the fir*t in the county to receive the benefit of a recent change in Social Security law*, will receive $157.80 per month from the U.S. government to help In the support of hi> two motherleu children. Here, engroised in modern math, he tries to learn the fundamentals of this reviled arithmetic frem his two children, Gary Lee and Gayla Renae. (Bulletin Staff Photo). i the regular field six miles cast jof Cross Cut. Both are in Thorn- ias Renson Survey 783. i No. t 0. T. Butler has 5'i- :inch casing srl at 1.330 fpct. , total depth. Perforations were ! made at 1.263-88 feet. I Other project is No. 19-A Roy i Hirkman winch has 4'^-inch casing sel on bottom of the ed No. 13 G. N. Gricc in thr holr at 1.287 feet Perforations' Desdcmona Field. The plannH were made at 1,240-50 feet. i2.MO.fool rotary venture Is lo! calcd on Dc.sdemona lownsilp. COU5MAN--A former oil pro- j Site is 100 loci from the south duccr was plugged back from i and 715 fret from Ihr west 2.G27 to 1.400 feet and rocom- lines of D. W. Fundcrburg bur pletcd as a King Sand gas dis VOTE ;EAStLANl)-Trxaco Inc. Slak- N. i vcy, A-140. | covery in the regular field four M. H. Buchanan, project chairman, reported that paving j how around the high school building wages. would cost between $300 and | Records in the Social Secur- $400. ' iiy Administration are confiden- The fourth, fifth and sixth tj a | and cannot be divulged grade classes presented the pro- without written consent, Tatum gram, a play entitled "Where's gave this consent in the belief Timothy" with poems and , that there may be other chil- songs, Mrs. Ben Cook and Mrs. ! drc-n who are 'eligible for pay- Bo Allen were sponsors. j menls of this kind but are un- Fifth grade received the at- aware of it and are missing tendance award. Eugene Needs GOP Help for Victory By WALTER R. MEARS Associated Press Wriier MILWAUKEE. Wis. (AP) mary. \ be a determining factor in that ! "If McCarthy wins VViscon-| victory." — i sin" Maclvcr said, "I don't! Leslie Aspin, the former Pen- out on money that could be of ; Campaign strategists for Presi- i think there's any qucf-tion lhat Fifth, sixth and seventh grade much help toward supporting < dcnl Johnson and Richard M., Ul _ Renublican crossover will classe; .served refreshments. _and educating them. ; Nlxon agree that if Sen. Eugene; .!^.^l pUDllcan crossour .^^^^ii^^^^^^iiiii^iiMMMBnMMBiiBBiBHBHMBMM J. McCarthy wins Tuesday's; DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS 2 DOZ. MAGNETIC Hair Rollers BLACK OR BROWN 100% HUMAN HAIR BLACK OR BROWN RICHARD GARRETT BARBER and BEAUTY SUPPLY 313 CINTER AVI. BROWNWOOD McCarthy j Wisconsin presidential primary, ; his margin will be supplied by j Republican voters casting Democratic ballots. I McCarthy is urging Republi- \ cans lo cross over and supply* '• him with votes in his confronts- i tion with the President. 1 "I appeal especially here in 1 Wisconsin to independents and I to Republicans who no longer have a choice within their own ; parly lo look at my programs, i lo consider my recommenda- | tions with reference to the war, 1 with reference to priorities in the United States," McCarthy I says in a statement recorded for i television broadcast around the | state. | "The crossover, I'm told, may i be substantial," said John K. Maclver, Wisconsin chairman i for Republican Nixon. i Voters can switch parties at ! will in the Wisconsin primary. That means that Republicans, with no real contest on their bal- i lot, may cross o\er and vote in the contested Democratic pri- BROWNWOOD SCHOOLS MONfMY-Corny dogs with mustard, whole kernel corn, buttered spinach, boiled eggs, cclery-carrol-chrese sticks, hot rolls,'butter, milk and ice cream. TUESDAY-Meat loaf with brown gravy, fresh blackeyed peas, whipped polnloes, combination salad, chocolate cake squares, rolls, butler and milk. CALtjAHAN—Marvin Lrwis "f Abilene completed n rr-rntry project as a producer in the regular field two miles northeast of Dentoti. It Is No. 3 Blan Odom, Section 15, BBB&.-C Survey. Daily potential was 1!) bar-j rels of 39 gravity oil. It is pump-! EVERETT J. (EBB) GRINDSTAFF Proven and Qualified Leadership , for STATE REPRESENTATIVE Paid pal. adv. tomatoes and pickles, hot rolls, butler, milk and apricol cob- tagon economist nnw running the Johnson show, was pc-ssi-' WEDNESDAY — Barbecued iiiislic. "I think we're dew g bet-; franks, pinto beans with lo- ter among Democratic \oters," he said, "but tho Republican crossover seems to loom bigger bier. and bigger." Aspin wasn'» forecasting the THURSDAY - Breaded veal outcome, but Democratic cam-1 cutlets with gravy, an gralin paign sources sail lhe best the' potatoes, June peas with cream administration cr.n hope for is a sauce, garden salad, rolls, but- tight race. v.nUe '.McCarthy ter, milk and chocolate pud- could • conceivably win by a i ding, hefty margin. j Fifty-nine Democratic Nation-; FRIDAY—Hamburgers, pork al Convention votes are at and beans, assorted vegetables, VICTOR Comptometer's Selection of umer o Co. as Sales & Service Representative For VICTOR CALCULATORS - ADDERS - CASH REGISTERS 'DESK TOP ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS COMPTOMETERS & COMPTOSRAPHS Sales • Service * Rentals * Leasing 1S08 OFFICf EQUIPMENT COMPANY AVE, P.O. R0¥ i'O PHON? / Tf X4S 76801 WEDDING FLANS-Tlic Rev. and Mrs, Neal >Shepherd of 1711 Ninth St. announce the marriage of their daughter, Betty Gale, to Truman Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Davis of Swcclwater. Prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Cisco Junior College and is attending Hardin-Sim- rnons University in Abilene. The bride-elect is attending Howard Payne College. The wedding will be May 25 in Calvary Baptist Church of which the Rev, Mr, Shepherd is pastor. stake. Nineteen of them go to slic:cd tomatoes, pickles and on- the statewide primary winner ' ons - milk and congealed salad. while four are being selected in each of 10 congressional dis- ' tricts. The candidate who car- GREEK CUSTOM ries the district gets its fourj u wj , s fl Grcck cuslom {or nominating voles. j lhe ljrWe lo l)e ukcn from hcr Nixon is virtually certain to; father's house to hcr husband's win all 30 Republican coiiven-jj n a chariot the evening before tion votes. But Maclver said; her marriage so the darkness California Gov. Ronald Kcasaii: wou id conceal her blushes, ac- could cut into the Republican; cm -rjing to Die first edition of vote, particularly in conserve-: y^ Encyclopaedia Brltannica tive sections of the state. j published in 1760. Reagan is listed on the ballot, ] which names all prospective' presidential contenders who do' i not file disclaimers of Candida- \ jcy. i • DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL MONTAG STATIONERY W1IITB YELLOW PINK BLUK GKEEN 100 SHEETS 60 ENVELOPES All Books In Stock 10% Off April 1st thru 6th 4 Corners 316 Center VOTE TARLTON FOR MAYOR IF AW POL. ADV.) NOW OPEN Chinchilla Producers Association of Brownwood WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW QUARTER* at 605 E. BAKER BROWNWOOD CALL 645-9582 SEE OR CALL US FOR CHINCHILLA RANCHING AT HOME FOR FUN AND PROFIT Doii Your Future tammd Addilionil Income Iw t RETIREMENT, COUECf FUNDS t REPLACING INCOME OF A WORKING WIFf * QSTTINQ OUT OF A MAP-INP JOI We train. y«u< provid* »in«Bti»f, 8MoionK»» p'<MM«i«t <tni tfke row I've onimoli for pelting end mgrkttiflf- If you veyld to/oy raiting o c'»o/>, odarltii, quitl and /or»fc/» I'rtilt aninal and co« ptotidt aa tilO-loot lyum «W 0 /'tt/t jpa'» '//»» gad ioat ttedt' laying eor» fo bi/ild p brit&W »*>•»>»•»»••»»»>»»•»•'•»'»»»**»»'»»»»'»•'»'»»»'»*>»»» CHINCHaU PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION «04 f. 69k»' * Addrrw .. City Occupation L&H DISCOUNT 2627 AUSTIN STRAW HATS MEN'S REG. 3.98 Percolator NINE CUP REGULAR 3.49 MOTOR OIL GULFPRIDE HAVOLINE ENCO QUART O'CEDAR DUST MOPS >.a.2.7, *1.59 BROOMS .10.«,'1.59 S.T.P. INQINi DfTIRCJINT .MO. 1.35 69C 39c SWINGER FILMS RIG 1.95

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