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Ruling may bring tighter media polio
CONROE (AP) — Area gov
ernment officials may follow tlte
lead of the Montgomery County!
sheriff, who barred employees
from talking to the media aftet a
judge upheld a S‘35(},()0() slander
award against him.
Corlev had been found person
ally responsible for a lormer chief
deputy's comments about a fired
detective. His new policy bars all
employees — except Carrie} and a
department spokesman — from
making statements to the media.
The judgment prompted
Jim Dozier to initiate
k for his office,®!
sent letters to all countyoffl
and department heads atlvj
the\ do the same.
1. Gerald Treece, a pin!J
at South Texas College of h|
Houston who is revieuin;|
case at Dozier s tequest. I
''What's going to happengl
no one is going to talk totlii|
(ha am more ... the people' I
to know is chilled."
Homicide ruled in d-month-olcTsdec
GEORGETOWN (AP) — The
death of a 6-month-old William
son County girl that her father
said was an accident has been
ruled a homicide, officials said.
The child’s body was found
Aug. 28 after the father, aided by
hypnosis, told authorities where
the girl was buried. Justice of
Peace D.W. Hays ruled the death
a homicide Friday.
James Reeves remained in the
Williamson County jail Saturday
under $100.000 bond in ronnec-
e July 4 dfa
s have been
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stigation will be;
a grand jury Sep:
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IIy dropped hisdij
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Holly, Crickets honored in Lubbock
LUBBOCK (AP) — Fans of
lock legend Buddy Holly hon
ored members of the Crickets,
the late musician's original hand,
in a ceremony that followed a
concert to celebrate the 50th an
niversary of his birth.
About 200 people gathered
Saturday afternoon at Holly's
statue just yvest of the concert site
at Lubbock Memorial Civic Cen
Original Cricket members Joe
B. Mauldin, Jerry Allison and
Niki Sullivan and songwriter
Sonny Curtis yvere inducted into
T he Ci
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Grain storage policy angers farmer
LUBBOCK (AP) — Area grain area, the government k|
fanners say they’re fed up with imburse the coopeiativrl
northern farmers yvho are grab- transportation costs fra I
bing T exas storage space just as braska to the High Plains. I
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Several Nebraskan cooper- solved since the storagebin<il
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from the L.S. Department of Ag- tials say . But Texas I
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bushels of grain for storage in king said the out-ol-staieil
grain elevators in the Lubbock will cause trouble.
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