Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 8, 1967 · Page 5
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Cook Indicted In C/eburne , Tex. (AP)--The ftcv. Robert E. Cook Jf., 41, a Methodist. «as indicted Thufs- day on A charge of murder ftith malice in the Sept. 22 shoeing death of his wife. the Rev. Mr. Cook has beeti in a Veterans Administration hospital in Colorado since he was charged Nov. 3 with the shotgufi slaying of his wife, Mary Ann. Johnson County Dist. Ally. Sob Mahanay of Cleburne said he did hot know when the Rev. Mr. Cook would be returned for trial. The charges said the minister Slew Mrs. Cook with a shotgun in the bedroom of fhe parsonage where they lived. The Rev. Mr. Cook said he found her body- when he returned from a trip. Peace Justice John Adcock of Alvarado returned a verdict of accidental death in the slaying at first. Charges were filed after investigators found that the Rev. Mr. Cook had bought insurance on his wife's life shortly before she Was killed. &ee. 1 SUllttflfr ---««*. Higher Postal Rates in Bill Set for Approval TWOSOME ON A VISIT td Montgomery, Ala., Is author Truman Capdte ahd fledgling actress Pfih- eess Lee Radiiwfll, sister ef Jacqueline Kennedy. Capote is on location with a crew filming a story from one of his books, JBC Speaker For Jaycees MIDLAND, Tex. ( AP) - Gov. John Connally will make the principal address at the Texas Jaycees' five outstanding young Texans recognition banquet here Jan. 27. Connally s acceptance was announced by officials of the Midland Jaycees, host chapter for the 1968 banquet. The five outstanding young Texans program is the Texas Jaycees No. 1 public relations project and annually honors five of the stale's top young men between ages of 21 and 35, who, in the opinion of a panel of judges, have contributed in an outstanding manner to their community, profession and family. The five honorees will be announced in mid-January. Sanchez Endorses Barnes' Candidacy CANNIBAL FISH Gulpers, or pelican eels, live 9jOOO feet or more below the sea's surface. Because of the bone-chilling cold and darkness, these dark fish have a serious food problem and it is quite common for, the species to eat their own kind or even larger fish. AUSTIN (AP) - Henry Sanchez of Brownsville, a Democrat who defeated Republican ^Manuel Sanchez Saturday in aj ', run-off election, was sworn in I as a House member Thursday. ! Me promptly endorsed Speaker iBen Barnes 1 candidacy for lieu| tenant governor. ! Barnes administered the oath ( of office. j Several dozen of Sanchez' friends, family and political sup' porters attended the swearing- in ceremony in the House cham- f ber. Included were his wife, Ali- ,cia, and two of his four chil- \ dren, David and Henry III. i Barnes welcomed Sanchez to | the House and praised his pred- \ eccssor, Maurice Pipkin, i Brownsville, who resigned to be- Icome executive director of the State Judicial Qualifications Commission. Sanchez, 36, said Barnes "did a great deal to make this victory possible." "I wish that you as voters of Cameron County would consider 'his candidacy for uleteigtann-o ! ernor next year. This is the only ' thing I can do for him in re- jturn," he said, Among elected officials from the Lower Rio Grande Val- lley who attended the ceremony I were County Commissioner Johnny Cavzos, City Commissioner Tino Garcia, County Clerk J. Harrison Diltz and School Board Trustee Mike Hernandez, all of Brownsville; and Mayor Paco Betancourt, Justice of the Peace Tomas Agurrie, Constable Lalo Zepeda and City Commissioner Hector Casas, all of San Benito. Willace County Clerk Lalo Gomez and Tax Assessor Collector Dan Reyna also attended. G'waite Opens Cage Tourney GOLDTHWA1TE (SC)--Four games went under the wire Thursday night in the annual Goldtlnvaite high school basketball tournament. Mullin teams advanced past Goldthwaite B squads. The Bulldogs won the girls game 34-26 and took the boys outing 50-29. Zephyr's girls trounced the Goldthwaite A girls 03-37 as Sharon Reiger poured in 25 points. Kay Fisher had 15 for the losers. Goldthwaite's A boys downec Zephyr 75-46 behind the 28-point shooting of Mike Conradt. Lupe Armendarez had 27 for Zephyr, Action continues tonight with finals set for Saturday night. Brown wood Jr. High Lists 90 Students With Honor Roll A total of 90 students were listed on the Brownwood Junior High School honor roll. Students in all'three grades who were on the second six weeks roll include: NINTH — Joe Behrens, John Blagg, Patsy Bowden, Peggy Bowden, Kala Carlisle, Pam Hive Yonr Pocfer Call Oi OPEN 7 A.M. * 7 P.M, 'PHWW «•<<« Coleman, Martha Ann Cupp, Loretta Daniel, Bobby Hammond, Jo Ann-Reefer, and Vicki Kitner. '•.• Also, Patricia Lockwood, Evet Loewen, Clive McClelland, Howard Norris, Evelyn Ratljff, Karen Smith, Linda Stark and Gail Willingham. EIGHTH - Carol Akins, Jolly Allen, Judy Ayers, Mike Blagg, Kay Bright, Carla Burt, David Camacho, Beverly Chesser, and Anne Cobern. Also Jodell Coleman, Jimmy Cunningham, Steve Culbirth, Patsy Ponahoo, Judy Evans, Allen Farjes, Jane Freeland, Lanell Grant, Tammy Holjings- head, Sharon Ivie, Shelley Jamar, and Brenda Jenkins. And Ricky Kirby, Michelle Knight, Tony Kriske, Sheree lyindsey, Ponna l#w, Sheila Lud- wjpk, Sherry Martin, Mary Helen MeFartane, Wanda McNeal, Ricky Meeks, Robert Morris and Pamela Neal. Also Patti Pike, Brian Pinto Gail Pound, Larry Redding, Deb bie Sikes, Loy Storm, June Wai lace and Kathleen Yantis, SEVENTH — Jenny Allen Billy Beene, David Brock, Nancj Cadenhead, Beverly Chandler Mark Chaistain, Bryan Cutbirth Elizabeth Everett, Sharma Fowler, Dicky Hall and Brenda Hoi land. And Alysbelle Hudson, Debbi Long, Keith Madole, Maria Me Aliley, Karen McBee, Terrj Moore, Mark Musgrave, Gar} Newsome, Patricia Ply and Ann Pound, Also Denise Rowbotham, Sha ron Shipman, Leanne Smith, Va nessa Stevens, Terry Teague Erljnda Trevjng, Larry Turner Julie Webster and Lisa Wood son. AS ADVERTISED <*•' ON RADIO and TV AGES: 0 to 80 DURING PRESENT ENROLLMENT MIES START PER MONTH OR P hn lift JUi» Wl«r lfli»rMtf'-Jtttli»*'P« H«Ji«ir8«lpwiil B*MM#libhi-;! WHY WAIT § TO 12 MONTHS ififORi YOWARE Iho AHiliblt -* f«llq Ttot torn firitiifaif mw», DtotjjtMg^. ^^ HlNtHIb ON [Hlb POLICY INCRIASI AS HOSPIIAL COSTS GO UP i i ^K 1 •i Sgnrigft QpsraUng Reorp. Aaestosls, h$\m m% sfyastftoWPk «tr< AMERICAN RtllREMEHT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY S /O I Ifa WASHINGTON (AP) - High-, f postal rates for the public rid pay boosts for federal work- fs are included in a bill that; ippeafs ticketed for congres-j 'tonal pasage next week. ; The catch-all measure alsoj would bar federal employes, in- , eluding Congress members., rom putting relatives on their; iffice payrolls. ' The Senate and House agreed in conference committee Thursday night on details of the bill that would: —Hike the cost of mailing first-class letters from 5 to 6 cents; first-class cards from 4 to 5 cents; airmail letters from R to 10 cents; and airmail cards from 6 to 8 cents. The minimum rate for bulk third-class mail | would be hiked from 18? cents to 4 cents. —Give federal employes a pay raise totaling $1? billion annually when fully effective in two years. —Set up a commission to recommend new pay levels for congressmen, federal judges and top government officials, which could be effective in 1970. —Provide that a former Texas congressman and longtime friend of President Johnson- Judge Paul Kilday of the U.S. Military Court of Appeals—be eligible for a pension of $26,400. based on his top salary os a coti- gressma, istead of the 116,000 he ordinarily would get on the basis of his judge's salary. Sponsors of this proposal i conceded that while it wmrll iply to anyone in Kildafl ! cumstances, it was written WttB ; him in mind. | -Bar federal officials ffdffl 1 naming a relative to a job with* i in their offices of agericies and ; also bar them from seeking job! Jfor relatives in other govern* ment offices. MAKE IT A... 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