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The Waco News Citizen (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 8, ed. 1 Saturday September 16, 1967 Page: 2 of 8

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PAGE 2 THE WACO NEWS CITIZEN, WEEKEND, SEPT. 16-17, 1967
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Farm jobs drop
An over the year nonfarm job
gain of 158,400 over the July
1966 total offset a slight drop
of 2,900 in farm jobs to push
total statewide employment to
4,195,700 at mid-July as 1967
employment increased for the
sixth successive month, the
’Texas Employment Com-
mission's “Texas Manpower
Trends "revealed this week.
“The growing population and
bouyant economy of Texas ad-
ded 142,600 workers to the civ-
ilian labor force between July
1966 and July 1967, "the re-
port said.
■ The total civilian labor force
declined slightly under the June
figure to 4,333, 100 as stud-
ents and other summer job
seekers withdrew from the job
market after an unsuccessful
job, hunt, yet total employment
gained by 12,700 over the mid-
June figure, according to the
: report.
Baptists
Approve ^
Budget **
Executive board members of
the Baptist General Convention
of Texas Tuesday approved a f
record $ 12.8 million budget for
1968 and authorized an expendi-
ture to dare a campaign against
race track gambling.
The proposed budget will be
considered for final approval at
the annual sessions of the BGCT
in Lubbock, Oct. 31-Nov. 2.
The budget calls for an‘in- ^
crease of $ 575,000 in spending ji
for the next fiscal year.
At the request of Dr. Jimmy
Allen, secretary of the Christ
ian Life Commission of the BG-
CT, the board voted $ 5,000 thi £
year to be spent in assisting
to dare an educational camp- ^
aign against legalizing race
track gambling in the state. ..
Allen said that a state-wide
consultation of church men from
over the state will be held in
Austin, Sept. 29 at the invita-
tion of Dr. T.A. Patterson,
executive secretary of the
BGCT. He said it may be nec- 21
essary to request additional 22
funds later. • 23
Allen said Texas Baptists “2
hope to assist in the forma- "
tion of a citizens committee
to defeat approval of racetrack "4
gambling. A referendum wants
be held in the state in May,
1968, he said
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Waco Tigers
Anthony
Echols
John Mangum
G 161
G 181
80
Ralph
Sancillo
Paul Brown
George
Caldwell
Bill
Cottingham
Dennis
Gilliam
Nick Ramos
Jim Evans
Mike Tyler
Steve Hunt
Leonard
Williams
Ernest
Jenkins
Frank Garcia
QB 137
WB 136
QB 139
WB 160
QB 149
TB 159
SE 117
TB 163
WB 144
WB 165
FB 164
SE 129
35
Andrew
FB
181
65
Jie Casillas
G
153
Wrangle
66
Billy Haynes
G
156
41
Lloyd Spivey
WB
146
67
Joe Barton
G
156
42
Charles
FB
171
68
William
G
229
Parmes
Comer
43
Hiram
WB
144
71
James Wolfe
T
170
Alexander
73
Collus
T
194
45
Willie Wilson
WB
138
Williams
52
Addis
C.
159
74
Joe Bouldin
T
255
McNamara
75
Richard
T
205
53
Meredith
C.
154
Friedli
dean
76
Tom Barber
T
188
54
Steve
C.
193
77
Robert
T
215
Henderson
Leininger
55
Billy
C.
208
81
Carl Johnson
SE
148
Amelunke
82
George
E.
154
61
Tim Mitchell
G
203
Stewart
62
David
G
181
83
Glenn Hardin
E.
206
Buenrostro
84
Johnnv Tabor
E.
165
85i Aaron Price E 172
87 Joe Moore SE 159
Coaches: Wayne Gardner, Tom
Flood, Ted Jones, Joe Flood,
Wilburn Rowe, Bill Hunter.
Manager: Richard Garcia, Pet-
he DeLeon, Steve Fajardo
1967 Football Schedule
Sept. 15-North Shore H
Galena Park
Sept. 22 — Travis' T
Austin
Sept. 29-University H
Oct. 6-Corsicana T
pet. 13-cleburne H.
Oct. 20-Temple T.
Oct. 27-S.F. Austin T
Bryan
Nov. 3-Richfield H.
Nov. 10-Sam Houston T
Arlington
WACO HIGH'S AARON PRICE,
looking back over the Tigers ’
first two games, wasn't too
pleased with his own play. “I
haven't done as well as I had
hoped for, "said Price," But I
think we'll be in the district
race all the way this year. "
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Moore Lions
Larry Rose
QB
165
23
Elijah
B.
158
Williams
12
Larry Rose
QB
165
30
Rayford
B.
170
’ 13
Marvin
QB
165
Wilkins
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Milton f
B mis-
14
Macaw L. Rauls
QB
158
Everett
20
John
B.
150
32
Elvis Young
B.
180
Johnson
41
Larry Foster
B.
158
21
Joe Long
B.
173
42
L.H. Davis
B.
150
22
Elvin
B.
168
43
Sim Davis
B.
168
Howlett
50
Norman
C.
170
Manning
51
Harvey
C.
188
73
Earl Smith
T
178
Toliver
74
James
T
207
52
James Earl
C.
178
Jackson
53
James Brown
C.
155
75
Marvin Jones
T
158
60
Marvin
G
170
80
Carles
E.
170
Boldridge
Rice
61
James
G
165
81
Ralph Jones
E.
165
Abercrombie
82
Charles
E.
170
62
Danny Gayle
G
170
Jackson
63
Eugene
G
170
83
Samuel Jones
E.
180
Johnson
84
Weldon
E.
180
64
Earl Dever
G
180
Gooden
65
Hayward
G
173
85
Ronnie
E.
170
Oliver
Bradford
Midway Panthers
Maurice
Gindratt
Walter
Baisey
William
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Coaches: Vernon Hicks, Mau-
rice Dawson, R.H. Hardman,
William Stell, Louis Mooney.
Manager: Jackie Barber.
11
Bobby
Bradford
B.
145
22
Steve
Krasky
QB
155
24
Steve
Garmer
QB
150
26
Ricky
Grimes
QB
140
33
Greg Skie
HB
145
34
Terry
Sosebee
HB
155
40
Perry
Blanton
HB
165
42
Terry
Grisham
FB
175
44
John Graves
FB
160
52
Steve Rhodes
C.
175
53
Bill Foster
C.
165
60
Riot
Schaeper
G
150
61
David Hyman
G
150
63
Robert
Whitley
G
180
65
Dennis
Horton
G
175
66
Gordon King
G
160
70
Jimmy
Gaskin
T
200
73
Lonal Bell
T
185
74
Keith Garden
T
170
78
Herman
Roessler
T
200
82
Steve
Harrison
E.
160
84
Larry
Veselka
E.
150
85
Jimmy Jones
E.
185
86
Alan
Dorbritz
E.
155
88
Bill Skinner
E.
155
Coaches: Norman Smith, Bus
ter Smith, Jack Gibson, Reggie
Davis and Gary Shimshat.
MIDWAY HI SCHEDULE
1967 Football Games
Sept. 8-West H.
Sept. 15-Robinson T
Sept. 22-Clifton T
Sept. 29-Teague * T
Oct. 6-Mexia * H
Oct. 13-Marlin * T
Oct. 20-Groesbeck * H
Oct. 27-rich H.
Nov. 3 — McGregor * T
Nov. 10-Connally * H
* District Games_
Aids To Teachers
Texas schools are finding new
ways for teachers to do more
teaching. Teacher aides -
people not trained to teach,
but competent to assist - are
being used to do many of the
non-teaching chores in the
classroom. By doing these
time-consuming tasks, teacher
aides provide more time for
teachers to teach, according to
William N. Kirby, of the Texas
Education Agency.
Routine non-teaching activi-
ties such as record-keeping,
collecting lunch money, super
vising hall traffic, and the like
can consume at least 20 per-
cent of a teacher's time. In
some cases, Kirby said, re-
search has shown that teachers
may spend as much as 70 per-
cent of their time in thesis
non-teaching activities.
All Texas schools are care-
full to define the job of theirs
teacher aides so that the aide
does only those jobs for which
she is. qualified.
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HOT Facts for Women
Mrs. Hobart Howell has prepared a selection of short facts
concerning the Women’s Division of the Heart O Texas Fair.
The "facts will be helpful to maky who have questions concern-
ing entries in the Fair, which will be Oct. 3-7.
FAIR FACTS
♦ Exhibitors may enter articles Monday and Tuesday, September
on 25th and September 26th, from 7:30 am to 6:00 p.m.
Baked Foods, Horticulture, Arrangements and Tables are the
exception to this fact. These will be accepted Monday, October
2nd from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
♦ Articles and foods must have been made by person entering
them.
♦ Items and articles that have previously won blue ribbons
are not eligible this year.
♦ Only one entry permitted in each class.
♦ All articles must be clean.
♦ All potted plants must be in CLAY POTS, not to exceed
10 inches in diameter, except where specified.
♦ If ornamental planter allowed, it is not to exceed 12 inches
at widest point.
♦ There is a TABLE DIVISION for the 1967 Fair.
♦ Tables are to be entered Monday, October 2nd.
♦ Table entries must be made in advance. Call Chairman or
Co-Chairman for more information. Mrs. H.F. Drummond,
MO 2-0512 or Mrs. George L. Vasser, MO 2-0298.
More of the Women's Division Fair Facts will be printed
before September 25th.
Her prize winning recipe for
Date Crisps cookies is re-
printed below.
Date crisps
Cook over low heat, stirring
until mushy-
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 lb. dates, chopped
5 tablespoons margerine
/> 1 tablespoon water
// ,: Add-
1 teaspoon vanilla
> 1/2 teaspoon almond flavoring
Add-
1 cup pecans, chopped
V \ 3 cups Rice Krispies
Form into balls- roll in pow-
dered sugar and store in air-
€ - tight container. The cookies will
keep weeks this way.
Moore High Lions
1967 Football Schedule
Sept. 8-John F. H
kennedy
Sept. 15-A.nderson T
Sept. 22-Athens * H
Sept. 25-La Vega * T
Oct. 6-Carver * H
Homecoming
Oct. 13-Ennis * T
Oct. 20-Duncanville * H
Oct. 27-Waxahachie * T
Nov. 3-Open
Nov. 10-Lancaster * T
Nov. 17-Terrell * H
♦ District Games _
Faithful workers
The Faithful Workers Class
of Third Street Baptist Church
met Tuesday evening in the
home of Mrs. Marge Crow4012
S. 4th for their regular busi-
ness meeting and for “Week
of Prayer "on State Missions.
Mrs. Odie Rochell President
presided.
Mrs. Doris Curlee opened
the meeting with prayer. Mrs.
Olin Kornegay read the scrip-
ture from Isaiah 40-29 and 41-
20. Theme for the week is “This
Is My Hand ".
Off the cuff
BY STEVE SPEIR
REICHER QUARTERBACK Al-
Bert Graser, speaking about the
Cougars ’opening game 42-19
victory over Class A power
Rogers. “The thing that im-
pressed me most about the
Eagles was the way they came
back at us after we scored
first. "Referring to the Eag-
les ’talented two-way end, Ray
Sulak, Graser said, "I'm just
glad I didn't know before the
game that he intercepted nine
passes last year. 1 doubt if
I’d have thrown his way all
night. "
MIKE TYLER’S three fumbles
in Waco High’s 12-9 opening
season win over Bishop Dunne
forced the explosive tiger
halfback to make some changes
in this past week’s practice.
"I've changed my grip now. I.
guess I've been carrying the ball
i wrong all year. I was holding
it too low, down on my thigh.
Now I've got those first two
fingers around the tip rdal tight.
Actually it was just my lack of
concentration. "Tyler felt his
two touchdowns were meaning-
less because of his fumbles.
“I felt terrible after I fumbled
that last time, but Coach Jones
(Ted) got me back into the right
attitude real quick. I take full
responsibility for that game
being so close. "said Tyler.
MOORE HIGH head coach Vern-
on Hicks, played his entire
squad in the Lions' initial win
. of the season, a 67-12 rout of
Dallas John F. Kennedy, Hicks
played his second and third
units most of the second half.
. “After we scored our sixth
touchdown, I tried to let up.
But my second team was trying
so hard to impress our coaches,
that they probably ran up the
, score more than our starters
would have. I just wish we
could have had some harder
competition in our first game, "
lamented Hicks. I'm sure all
the coaches in the Cen-Tex
area sympathize with him.
CHIP VOLZ, RICHFIELD'S
fine wingback, looks for Ram
quarterback, Bill Martin and
Tom Nelson to improve on their
seven-interception perform-
ance against Tyler Lee. "It's
just going to take a little time
while they feel out their new
position. I'm going through the
same thing at wingback. "Voltz
has teamed with Rick Hill to give
the Rams a strong running game
in their first two games. The
likeable Voltz felt his switch
to wingback from quarterback
to wingback was inevitable.
“Both Martin and Nelson are
faster than I am rolling out. I.
like wingback a lot. I'm really
looking forward to it this year. "
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Howell is preparing for another
big year in the women’s divi-
sion at the Heart O'Texas
Fair Oct. 3-7. She will serve
as Publicity chairman for all
news media during the fair.
Mrs. Howell is a past super-
intendent of the fair for the
years 1964-65.
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