The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 6, 1973 · Page 2
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1MB MUZOtPORT FACTS t A Bomber crew grounded for anti-bomb views SAIGON (API - "1 jus» ta«c my own conception about what bright and wrorif,"Myj Air Pom C*pl. Jacnts H. Strain, He oppotea ib« bombing of C«mbodi« and hu joiiwd in • suit to test its constitutionality. A navi|«tor from CHkkuhi. Okl»., Strain (lew on SSO combat missions across Indochina. He participated in three BS3 raids against Hanoi last year during the biggest air assault of the war, aimed at farcing North Vietnam to i a cease-fire. Sometime later, be had a change of heart. Defen*? Department officials in Washington disclosed Tuesday he has been taken off ffying status. Strain and two ther bomber crewmen, Capt Michael Fluger, a copilot from New York City and Lt. Arthur Watson, an electronic* warfare expert, from Rome. N.Y.. joined in the constitutional test caie filed in Brooklyn by Congr**»wonwn Elizabeth HoiUman. 1>N Y Strain said be did not want to comment further on the suit "I ttoo't want to put myself in a bind." he *akl in an interview today "I have direct orders not to comment. My attorney ha» advised me agauut it " Strain wuuki not contact v»ilh lioitzmiin e \cept to My it matte thrvugh mutual ( intervHfw Um month in which he ertticUed the bombing He suiid he ami the other two o/tiern e»pf*A«Hi opposition to the bombirvg to their Mrs. Piper named to honor society Mrs Kami Kcftowiy Piper, formerly o( l,ak* Jackson, was named recently to membership In Mortar Hoard. (to rulwnal teidot women's honor society, at lh« University ol Hou*twi SiudfQU eoiuktem) (or memtxuhip are Ian s*m«t<rr's junior women with at \r*n a JO g-raiV; Curiosity — lack of if is 'very curious tKK RYKU ted l'« WASIIINUTUN front lhi» group* arc by faculty m*mb«r» o« the Um» trf katteotop, reliability, character. i*r*ie* and euftouMrr The M **at flf lb* I'f •-, tt* aatictfuitf tele»i*#<t »Uin of Wattftaie h** lefl Ncimtno »a» nwny * nunin vart/Ajo »h»*J*« lwl»y, («< r.uimp<*, by 04 tmbarmtarttent, thoek y* W Sfoan (u»wwt tf«asufrf ol ixitrdgc, tnit l<^» it «*fn», KO< eurwua tUlx- 4ivJ A^itUl, WlU)«tl«C« ,tlihu i *|t«Jgf..t their to iftiixniJillofi at t«J her ««*» «** *eU It ut DM (art •*• (. ( not trnmedutely available foe contmetit. Straw dcfciwwleiitfed itwt he had given * iclevuloo confirmed report* from W4»htp.«!un that all Wir«r *«* dmj'.alilkil from flying under the Air Korve'* • ' 1 1 u m a n R e I u h i t j t y frtsgram." «nivh u dnigtwd lit rii:niiu!c crctt nunntxn with «moiiundl ptui>tt(iv» from 4ny Ili^hu that roi<ht carry Mr* Jfl THE TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE OF THE 1973 RIVERSIDE COUNTRY CLUB SPRING INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT s *Sb Express ffts Appreciation 3or fshe Generosity Of following cBu5/ne5ses ffn Sponsoring f $>his tournament. Mf» '.'uJt*x« prter tu th* l'w»*r»«> at She and her Jim. own Ut« la hcT* the U » « (xti.-i.il nutjo* a! tWM f*ipc«r U tfs* V!r> U cUtm It* 7 ilkJn ! »(*jJk a or 4.U jny ^UfM.Utxii And Ihdl U«i «rf cu/tunit; i,4> nil (af ttae« lNe»* *» the r*w ttl Jf Irf VBS this (.'ULL'MIUA it t'fcstf ifh t* kjvjttots Difjir itftixji •««•». (foflt '» to it » **ifh wtU all futiv tt* MM:* "TrU !>* N«w* ShA«* tfer In* tie* cfiikteett *»rt«inm foisf »."»! tj vran o< jjpc to fcea Methodists make pastonal appointments Meth«wJU! If J"> H far tfi* T77 total CLTOI V. Iff MOTOtS, INC Texas THE LAKf JACKSON SANK Lake Jacks**. Tuai GREAT PLAINS IAC COMPANY JacktowwitU. Arkaavas ANCLETON IANK OF COMMUCI *. Taxat fljj h«f« jf, >'«"«£ l''fltt«<l Uictbx&ii S'fcwrefc IS !!to HotMtttO 5>»ti1h rS*:? -whuff', naetalieii AJvkn. «»t and OS* Ifari? «j COMPANY, INC CULT AMfllCAN TTTU COMPANX i, T«i*s COMTINfNTAL CAN COMPANY. INC . T«mai THI HIST NATIONAL IANK A*f tot**, Texas LAKE I A II THEATIfS Laha Jacks**, Taxas •ANCtOrT IAC. INC W. M*«ra HENOKIX FOODS H*a>stwi. Texas SOUTMUNI METAL PftOOUCTS COMPANY H*«it*«, Taxai THE FIRST FtEEPOKT NATIONAL IANK Fr««»*fi, Texas , Tciai •RAZOSPORT IANK OF COMMIRCf fr«€port, Taxas RHIEM MANUFACTURING COMPANY HevitiM, Tasas FIRST NATIONAL IANK Lak< Jacks**, Taxas LIQUID CARIONIC CORPORATION Ho«tt*a, Tciat HOLIDAY INN Lak* Jaeki**. T««as CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMEKICA Ho«tto«, Taxas CARY.WAY PORTAIU IUILOING Ha«ti**. T«ia« POWELL A SATTERFilLO. INC Li«i« Rock, Arfcaasas TEXAS DIVISION OF DOW CHEMICAL. U.S.A. Fr*«port. Taxas B Stewart «( .58 Tt Ufutni fa* at thr t.»»., m'fc Ira the Swwra? j«rf tint . tft* K*-< .\Ua H a< >'ir»! t'n<(«4 OiWficSlt at S t>d:» bnro rrpUf mi b> ti C iirwrk Boat mast stoten CU.TE • *» reported tivt h«r* Tti* mjjil, tru-neij tij KMi* J M&^rt**' l >^ **» o( > tecfc pip*. That Barefoot Feeling The ban* ei.Mfnli.il u> rarry you through a stanmcr ul tun 11 IT f ifiir, footgear! Ju»t a iac)u( »!rapand a iui> *l»bul ail- M.lr gtl >MU *i*-f f you're goir^t in (n* fooling (of m Try a |MUr White, and Brown leather uppers, '8* wuffcttl 'tf l.isW; i'. I/* f » V«J. tfji heir 'll Cwrtfcrt to *i«tt»t« < al District Engineer W.E. Cormicheal retires June 30 tfperf ifciAe' fe».»i«iJ «•» Hi* At'STIN ;•« '.-.nil o< <fe< 20 *inil «WjS; t'jf «.5l lt--« W Mhe (A (ft » »-t t(nnt(! i <;jfKn.t. Iftr t*5t U vs.'ftKI," .1 j »^^»:ras .:n\:wj in *ft*e £,«rti S'bjrt: Hit itS 13 flljKlf tlf Ki Wotch«* th« world go by •frm-ft-ifS-tltl > t W ,;';-.*:^'-<t'» : 1 •.* 1?**"? 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