Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 10, 1967 · Page 5
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 5

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, December 10, 1967
Page 5
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Sunday, !6, 6ft£WNW60Ci SUftLETlNU-- iA COUNTY RECORDS '$%$& COUNTY COUftT V*ifll*m 6. Broedlove, Judge Prosiding Moore F, Henry, J010 Vinccn' St.. charged with jwindling. J. W. Hudson, 5th St., charged with swindling. R. W. Poole. ISM Ninth 5f , charged with swindling. Herbert Moore, 1313 Dale S» , rJ^rgetS with swindling. R. U. Sarlsn, Sunset Tcrract, charged with swindling. Mrs. Calvin G. Lee, Rt. I, charged wi'h swindling. Lee Davis. &o» 59S, charged with swindling. Carol Tubbs, SOT pint ;i , charged with swindling. AArs. j. F. Burnett, Mav, charged with swindling. Mrs. D. C. Stephen*. Driftwood Anart ments, charged with swindling. Mrs. Dow Crocker, ??07 Vine, charged with swindling. Zelda Elliott, Pt. 1, charged with swindling. Archie Miller, San Sana, charged with swindling. G. W. Stokes, 1603 Austin Ave., charg. td with swindling. Kelly Bloomlield, Park Homes, charg. td with swindling. L. L. Dudley. Brownwood. charged with swindling. Mrs. Frank Clapper, Rf 3, charged with swindling. Richard A. Hester, Brownsvood. charg cd with swindling. Peggy McCurdy, 2100 Brady Ave.. charged with swindling. Lyres L Sparks. '00 MB low SI . charg M with swindling Herman K. Grt'fin Rt ?, charged M'lfh swindling Mrr,. N .1,, UO/ Di."iuim 51 , charged with •vwinrfUnd Bphralm Gnrcia. How»rH r,iyn<- cm lege, charged with w/indJmrj. T. W. While, 1117 Santa Clara Dr . charged with swindling C. H Deaver, J5fi7 r 1.1,1 51 , r.MrqprJ with swindling. I Mr; W J. Flovd. 1SOO Cogpin Av*., charged with swindling. | Shnrry L. Murrah, Fort Worth, charged I with swindling. Jack Ellis, UK Ave. G, charged with swindling. James Griffin, 903 Anderson St., charg- . ed with swindling ! Jeannle Durd?n. 1J3 Walnut St., charg: ed with swindling. j Jonnie Cartise, J6Q3 First St., charged with swindling. I Billy Joe Masters, 1207 Cotfflga St., 1 charged with swindling. Mlic* D. Shergard. Rt. 3, charged with Tommo Is Named |To Smith f*anel ! AUSTIN (At 5 ) - Dr. J. D. ; Tomme Jr.. a Fort Worth dentist, was named by Lt. Oov. Preslon Smith Saturday as the third member of Smith's campaign advisory committee in his race for governor. Tomme was born in Orange and raised in Fort Worth. He was graduated from Texas Christian Universily and Ihc I'nivcrsily of Texas Dental School in Houston. Dr. Abner McCalt of Waco and Boh Thornton Jr. of Dallas had previously been named to the i campaign committee. swindling. B. G. Davis. PI '• charger! «,Hh un Isw'ully hunting or firing a rifle Wesley Cochran charged with aggra vated assault. William Coleman (Bud) charged With possession of ba James McElrath, Gouldbusk. With possession of barbiturates Anna Peevy Gregg. Early, chv.ied with Owl. Jasper Price, Rf. <• charged with DWI. James f.o'p charged with coTir butin;; to the delinquency ot a minor. JUSTICE COURT Erneit Cadenhead, Judge Presiding Donald Wayne GuliHams. paid fines of S35 for speeding, 53(1 'or minor In possession of alcoholic beverage and *15 for no muff/er. Michael Lynn Sparks, Brownwood, paid tines of S75 for minor in possession of alcoholic and t25 lor laiiure lo pass to fhe left safely Waller Clyde Moretand paid fine of 30 for failure to control speed. Albert Le« Dudley paid fine of $15 for failure to yield right-of-way. John Ritchie Croft, Proctor, paid fine of 115 for running stoo sign. John Ritchie Croft, Proctor, paid line of J15 for making U turn in no passing zone and paid fine of S25 for minor in possession of alcoholic beverage Howard M. Lockwood. Comanche. paid fine of $25 for minor In possession of alcoholic beverage. Kenneth Chsnes Carncs, Comanchi-, paid fine ot 525 for minor In possession of alcoholic beverage. Jay Lvnn Baglrv. Bedford, paid line of S55 lor speeding Virgil Josocli t'pper CM") fine for speeding Jody Lcr K' 1 " os'l speeding. Ernc-,l tJwl LPdbelt tor speeding Dalton Da'e Walton, Sciyder, paid line of $2.1 lor speeding. SI* Urn af t?5 for p.lld tine ol IIS Says White ! AUSTIN (AT 5 ) - The real war i in South Vietnam will be won in the rice paddies, says Texas j Agriculture Commissioner John ! C. White. And 75 American | civilians arc helping to win that i war at great personal risk, he , said. j While recently returned from ' ' a two-week inspection tour of i ' South Vietnam for the U. S. De- ' , parlmcnt of Agriculture, lie told i nnvsmen Friday he was dc- j , briefed in Washington on how ; well America's technical assis- j tance program is doing. > 1 The South Vietnamese must; be taught how to sustain them- ; : selves or "we've lost an awful '< lot of lives for nothing," White ; said. Fortunately. "We are making • significant progress," he said. ! ; Every USDA representative in | ' South Vietnam assured him of Ibis, he said. 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