Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 10, 1967 · Page 4
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 4

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, December 10, 1967
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. New Rotary Project Staked For County Near Grosvenor Asfronoufs Now Deaef Location lot a proposed ISOO- foot rotary wildcat was staked four" miles northwest of Gros- verier in Brown County. 11 is tefnest Ciftsuit of Forl Woflh No. 1 P. S. Hoiioway. el II, located on a 160 acre lease. Drillsite is 660 feel from the north and 760 feet from the west lilies of Section 33, Block 3. Hf&B Survey. Harding Brothers Oil & Gas Co. of Dallas staked No. N'B» A ft. Thompson in the regular field three miles east of Cross Cut, Hie planned 800-foot rotary venture is located in a water- flood project. Site is 2,500 feet from the south and 250 feet from the west lines of William B. Smith Survey 153. A regular field well was completed one-half mile southwest of Cross Cut. tt is T. E. Necly of Midland No. 1 C. A. Barr, located iti W. B. Travis Survey n«: No. i Barr had a daily potential of eight barrels of 42 gravity oil, plus five barrels of) Water. H is pumping from perforations at 3,388-92 and 1,400-02 feet, treated with 500 gallons of acid and fractured with 10 sacks of sand find 100 barrels of salt. water. : The 4'i-incli casing Is set at 1,417 feet, one foot off bottom.! CALLAHAN- A Cross Plains 1 Sand discovery well was com-, pleted 12 miles west of Cross' Plains. It is SriG Qil Corp. of; Abilene No. 1 Bonner-Cutbirth,! located in Bartola Garcia Survey 208. Daily potential was 35 barrels of 43 gravity oil. plus five! barrels of water. It is pump- ; ing from perforations at 2,049-! 51 feet with the 4^-inch casing ; set at 2,088 feet. Total depth Is 2.000 feet. Waggoner & 2eller Oil Co. of. Abilene filed application to re-; enter to 3,000 feet with rotary an abandoned wildcat three miles south of ftowden. ' U is No. ] Sam Plowman.; 2,673 feet from the north and! 1,517 feet from the cast lines of; Section 202, Victoria CSL Sur- 1 vey. the venture was originally drilled in 1964 by Eugene" Golt'z! of Abilene and plugged at 3,954) feet. COLEMAN - Three miles west of Coleinan, Franklin & Spiegel of Abilene filed cation to re-enter to 2,550 fee with rotary at an abandoned i \viidcat. | it is No. 1 F. W. & 8. rV Taylor, <H al, 2,077 feel from the south and 1.150 feet from the west lines of W. W. Walling-! ford Survey 674. j It was originally drilled as! Frafiklin fi Franklin No. 1 Taylor and plugged in 1964 at 2,768, feel. : T. A. Kirk and It. L. Neeb of Abilene No. 1-A J. tt. Bcail. William Woolsey Survey 294, wildcat three mites southwest' of Coleman, was plugged at 2,-i 525 feet. j i EllATW - A project drilled one mile southeast of Duffau in the Lanciy Field was plugged alj 5,496 feet in the Ellcnburgcr. ] The dry hole was Miles Production Co. and H. B. Mitchell of Dallas No. 1 M. 0. Roberts, located in E. Meisenhcller Survey, A-528. HOUSTON (At*) - the death of Air Force Maj. hobert H. Lawrence Jr. brings to nine the number of United States' astronauts who have died. Six have died this year. Lawrence, 31. the first Negro astronaut and the first military astronaut to die, toas killed Friday when his F104 crashed ori the runway at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., during a (raining flight. He became the fifth astronaut killed in an airplane accident. the other eight astronauts who have died were assigned to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Air Force Capt. Theodore Freeman was the first U.S. astronaut to die when his T38 crashed Oct. 31, 1964 near Ellington Air Force Base, not far from the Manned Spacecraft Center. Training base of the NASA spacemen. A T38 crash Feb. 28, 1966 near St. Louis killed Air Force Capt. Charles Basscll and civilian Elliott Sec. Three astronauts died last Jan. 27 in a flash fire in their space craft atop a rocket on a Cape Air Force Lt. Cols. Virgil t. Kennedy launch pad. They wcrr "Gus" Grissom and Edward H. White If and Navy Lt. Cmdr.! 1 Roger B. Chaffee. Air Force Maj. Edward G. Givcns was i killed iasl June 6 when his com 1 -; i pact car crashed into an em-i i bankment near here. i Marine Maj. C. C. Williams ! dicd last Oct. 5 wh6tt his T3$ crashed near the Florida-Geor- ; gia border. • ! Only Grissom and White had been on space flights. Grissom 1 was a veteran of Mercury and • Gemini flights and White was: this country's first man to venture outside his spacecraft in 3 ! "space walk.' 1 ; i The T38 jet used by NASA as- i i tronauts is a twin-engine trainer I craft. i Ntw Law to Lowsr Bar From British Chili Supper Set By Firelighters SANTA ANNA (BBC) - San Anna Volunteer Fire Depart* ment will sponsor its annual i chilli supper Saturday in the, i Lions Club building. ; Serving will be from 11 a.m. J until 7 p.m.. with proceeds to; be used for Christmas baskets, i Tickets are now on sale, ac^ cording to Fire Chief LCB Itoy i Muggins. By f*AUL ALBtttOlIt WASHINGTON (APl - A bill that passed the House with little j notice this week could open the; way to United States citizenship I for'several thousand aliens who! cannot speak English. Most affected by the bill arej believed to be Mexicans living in j Texas and California, or Japan-j ese, Chinese of Filipinos in Ha^ Waii. i The bill provides that aliens | Who are more than 50 years old; and have lived in the U. S. alj least 20 years may lake their, test for citizenship without hav-i ing to read, write or speak Eng'l lish. | If the bill becomes law they may take the examination in their native tongue, although; they must be able to read and write in that language. Other naturalization requirements, such as being of good moral character and understanding the basics of American history and form of government, would be exchanged. Sen. Ralph W. Yarboi'ough, D-Tcx., estimated In August that 10.000 persons in Texas and California might be affected. The U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service said this week it could not confirm Yarborough's estimate and had no other figures. fiep. Michael A. Feighan. D-Ohio. told the House the aliens would have to qualify in every respect for citizenship except that (hey would answer oral and written questions in their native language. tlep. Eligio de la Garza, D-Tcx., said many of the Spanish-speaking persons in his district have not had the time to attend citizenship classes or receive assistance in learning Ehg- lish. "Moreover, with the passing of years, the Infirmities of advanced age and a diminished capacity to learn make it virtually impossible for them to acquire this knowledge," he said. Yet, he added, many of them want and deserve citizenship but arc denied it because they cannot speak English. Poultry Show Sat Monday SAN SABA (66C) - the 13th Annual San Saba County 4-H and JFFA Poultry Show will be held Monday, thfi show, Sponsored by the San Saba County Chain: her of Commerce, will be held in the County t/ives(6ck Show Barn. Judging rill begin soon afl^r i all enlries arc completed at 8:30 ! a.m. Marshall Miller, extension marketing specialist. Texas ; A&IV? University, will judge the I broilers and capons. ! The groups of broilers will b« classified by the judge in blur, fed and v.hite awards. Broilers will be shown live in pens of five, while capons will be pens (of two birds. Birds will be exhibited by 19 4-H members from Kit-bland Springs, 16 from San Saba and two from Cherokee 4-H Club. i FFA members exhibiting broilers Will include 23 from Kan Saba and IB FFA members from Richland Swings. I Following the judging of the live birds the blue and red ribbon winners will bo pi'ocesse . Tuesday night following the hot cake supper at the San Saba .School. McCarthy Attacks Vietnamese Costs MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. CAP) vllle Freeman has denounced — Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy protest while the parity index- of says Cabinet spokesmen go ' farm prices has gone down, around the country defending j Secretary of Labor Willard the Johnson administration ' Wirtz has complained about the While troubles pile up in their way the press treats the admin- own departments. istralion, while the copper The Minnesota Democrat, strike is in its fifth month and who says he will contest Presi- j there is HIP threat of anothe; dent Johnson In at least five walkout in the auto industry. State presidential primaries. •' Secretary of Stale Dean 'Rusl tcld the Minnesota Concerned calls for an end of criticism Democrat's Friday night the while refusing to appear Vietnam war has gone too public hearings on the Senate far". . . in terms of cost and ' Foreign Relations Committee, what possible good could come' Secretary of the Treasury of it." Henry Fowler, speaking for the McCarthy said administration administration, has been unabl spokesmen have made "deccp- to get Congress to pass major live calls for unity" and sug- tax legislation, gested that the war issue be put And Postmaster General Law. to a vote in a national referen- rence O'Brjen "has been mak- dum. , ing - t spteelie& asking /or- 'party Much of his address was unity while the postal service aimed at the many youths in the deteriorates.",' "\ e crowd of 2,000. "There is nothing wrong with the young people today if some- cm- says to them," 'here is the challenge, and here is the way to respond," he said. , „, „ „ He said the language of poll- CHICAGO (AP) - The sum- tics has become surfeited with mai 'y of trading this week at the word "war." " 1C Chicago stockyards: ''There's a war on poverty, H °R S — Mixed l ' z butchers War on inflation, war on pollu- lfl °- 23u lbs, 18.00-18.75; 1-3, 220- Gon," he said. "I'm afraid they. 2W llj s 17.50-18,25 M 240-260 mav soon announce a war on lbs - 17.00-17.25; 2-3, 260-280 lbs., youth." j 16.50-17.00; 2-3, 280-300 lbs, 16.00- Tiiaj ti»nviin(cu-i r.h nn ..r. «« i „„ 16.50. Sows 1*3, 350-400 lbs, 14. lhat prompted cheers and ap- ., ,„. .,. 4n ' ru e n , h _ n , plause and hoisting of signs, ^m' i"-' IJtwn ih." n'i iA,"! oo 1 r nn ,7 n ,,„' {«, claring "McCarthy, for President," or "Fresh Start, Vole lor MARKETS .« nn. o i een ccn iu_ 11 rn m en 00; 355 lbs ' n - 5 °- 12 - 50 Gene' ,, ', ,. „ ,. ... . Cattle—Slaughter steers, prime He told the audience •'this is 1,200-1,125 lbs 27.50-28.00; high not the time for tiie stifling of dloice and prlme 1,050,1350 lbs dissent or for a response to the 27.00-27.30; choice 950-USO Jbs. deceptive calls for unify 26,25-27.25; mixed good and At no time in the 20 years choice 950-1,300 lbs, 25.75-26.25; that I have been active in our goocj s)aug j Uer | ]e j fe| . S) Wgh party have our national officers * hoice an d prime 900-1,025 Ibs, and Cabine members cried for 25.75-26.00; choice 850-1,000 lbs, unity and denounced dissent in 25,00-25.75; m xed good and anticipation of either eonven- • choice 2 i50.25.00; good, 23.50. ttons or primaries." , '34.50, ' Cows ulimy * an( j com . rSnT 5 PSe cnUclsms of !mercial, 15,0046.50; high yield- vaomei memoers; ' t j ng V (m y 16,50.17,00- canner ^Secretary oi Agriculture Or- ^d cutter 14.00-16.00. gulls, utility and commercial, 20.00- GUN5 - GUNS BIFpfiS r PISTOLS SHOTGUNS AMMUNITION Wo Break Boxec Morgan & Son •' 22.50, PATRON SAINT St. Jerome has been called the patron, saint of those who make eye glasses ever since he was painled wearing speeta« cles, in H80 by T. *' >f*:4i "Flight Bogs „ ; J : Glap Wo 11 Decor rj_^-*c V^i"^" i "E Books ' f* /WoNTGOMERY WARD BE A SMART SANTA... SAVE NOW ON G3FTS FOR MEN! x^' ^ *.'•.>«•• fcv 4 A4. W^-l \ WARDS tfniM S?6lf • ifl t * i m I W 1' m •KV %\ $ fa f ti Save2.QQ! Men's Brent alpaca-wool cardigans in most festive shades \\ ||| Herg's @ gglf iwggter that's iwrs Jo icsr§ with eny man en yeur ChrUt» mas gift list! It's o das?!? cardigan in a l^urlQUS links stitched blend of £9% o!|g(0'S6% virgin wgol fpr llghtwtlght wormth, Choo?i your fa- veflit robn'j 16% SAVINGS ON MEN'S SHfTlANP PUUOVIRS (S RtiMlor- 7,98, Th»$t 80$ wool sweaters have crew neck, saddle shovlcier, Sych grand gift buys will go f«$t,<,o * QQ huVrv!S.M.L.XL. 9*99 GIT MIN'S MOHAIR-WOQL SWEATERS AT SAVINGS! (C) Regular 8,98. "Now |Qpk" cardigans-—yoyrs at a ."look new' 1 price.! tgstrgys 75% mohair.25% wool In great new , OQ SAVI ?,00{ IULKY JCNII WIN FOR OlFTf OF C^AWl AAilii% AiMIft iAAifiVifftiM9 WMiUlii^B UiTil%4%l ' CUfKAWBff^ "fill I.p^BJBP v i^jHff "jPlyBwW ; Jip|r?jl I ^ ^ wf WjWi^jpFB^ I pPJiP (| RfiUlur ia.fl Cgrdiaoni . [D Regvlflr U.9S It's o breejp fire 8Q% Shetlgnd wool, 20% to pleoje men with warm, light pcly§5t«r for tljd bujjf/ '100.9& je|?h/r wss iayfi lee./HfqJhsr

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