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 - Mrs. Donaho Buried Today At Willow Hole Mrs. R....
Mrs. Donaho Buried Today At Willow Hole Mrs. R. C. Donaho, mother of O. B. Donaho of Bryan, died at an early hour Sunday morning in a Houston hospital following an illness of several years. She was born in Madisonville, June 17, 1882, and was almost 75 years of age at the time of her death. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock this afternoon at Wil- lowhole Church with the Rev. Clyde Burney, pastor of the Free Will Baptist Church in North Zulch, officiating. Interment followed in the church cemetery. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Carl Anderson of Almeda; three sons, O. B. Donaho of Bryan, Olen Donaho of Almeda, and C. E. Donaho of Beaumont; also four sisters, three brothers, and ten grandchildren. Four grandsons and two nephews will serve as pall bearers. They are Joe Bryan Donaho of Bryan, Cecil and John Donaho of Beaumont, Carl David Anderson of Almeda. E. H. Kyle of Madisonville and G. C. Wilson of North Zulch. Birtlis Two little girls were born at Bryan hospital on Easter Sunday and their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lansing DuBose and Mr. and Mrs. Albin Brandesky. At St. Joseph hospital a son was born on April 21 to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crubaugh, and a son to Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bukoski while on Saturday April 20 a son was bom to Dr. and Mrs. S. O. Navarro of College Station. Hospital Notes Surgical patients at St. Joseph hospital include Mrs. E. Lenz, Mrs. M. E. Ennis and medical patients are William Ayers, Mrs. Johnny Steska, Mrs. J. E. Fergus and Mrs. B. T. Poole. SHOT A NUTRIA—Randolph Lewis, who lives two miles west of Bryan on West 28th street, shot this animal when it got after his chickens. The creature was identified as a nutria, probably from a colony placed in Country Club lake to eat up unwanted vegetation there. M A II K fc I S Tourist Is Press Group Wants News El From China NEW YORK W—The Directors of The Press said today “qualified newsmen should be allowed report first hand from land of China." Comment on the Department’s refusal to S. newsmen to travel China, the board told annual meeting of The Associated Press, wide news cooperative: "The most noticeable our coverage, and one caused much Communist China. “We were invited by Chinese, along with others, a reporter into the United States State refused permission threatened serious The Associated disagreed with the action and the board time states again that lieves qualified newsmen be allowed to report from the mainland of The directors observed despite the ban, The AP first-hand reporting from ; by commissioning a ! newspaperman (David shire) to make a tour country.” [Plane Lands With Part Of |Wing Missing PHOENIX, Ariz. Kf — engine Frontier Airlines landed safely yesterday about 10 feet of its sheared off, raising the of whether it actually have scraped against the while in flight. Government i n v e s t tackled that intriguing today. The DC3 was caught

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  1. The Eagle,
  2. 22 Apr 1957, Mon,
  3. Page 10

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