B M Sheldon Funeral
j _L!_I--U-; _____ -and in- i men j f y nerd! SerVICGS _ . . _ , . . match j rQT O. M. j h e Russia could \ c , i LA is hnndi- j Saturday M o r has to i the far j ROCKPORT, March 25. Noth- j Funeral services will be held except | Saturday m o r n i n g at | f ^ M _ Sheldon, 76, former i .. , . . , , f i resident and prominent citizen could many years who died in San whether uncertain. Russia, after also at to A to tonio Thursday. Tiie Episcopal service will be conducted at the family home: here. Porter Loring of San Antonio is i)i charge of funeral and burial arrangements. Sheldon survived by his widow; two son?, Arnold K. Sheldon and Joe S. Sheldon of San Antonio, and one sister, Mrs. Georgia Fulford of Bellevuc, Md. com- j Sheldon, born in New Orleans, life in Rockport is j U R J J J 15 years ago when he moved d i s - ] to g an Antonio. He served as are Soviet and mettle 1-16 between and the mayor of Rockport four years as Aransas County judge for terms. He was postmaster here 12 years and served on the local school board a number of years. He also was associated with the S. A. A. P. Railway as agent and with the Southern Pacific Lines as livestock agent.