Clipped From The Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Plan policies for increases proves e enough to let of board to of over the the a are on are the -- already jn- run on on a pass On that upsurge automatically such it swiftly m u c h The Board Rubicon day. The child died Sunday in a Corpus Christi hospital after a short illness. George M. Waid The Rosary for George M. Waid, 50, of J209 Prince, will be recited at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Funeral Chapel. Funeral Mass will be celebrated celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial in Seaside Memorial Park. Waid died Saturday after a sudden illness while on a hunting hunting trip in Hebbronville. A native native of Binton, Ark., he lived here 18 years. He was a carpenter carpenter employed by Coffman Construction Co. He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Waid was a member of the Gragg-SheriH Post of the American Legion, . and the Knights of Columbus Council 1202. He was a mem ber of Our Lady of Perpelua Help Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, -Josephine; a daughter, Mrs. Conrad Ca.szales of Corpus Christi;. four sisters, Mrs. .1. D. W a ) 1 a c e, and Mrs. George Jackson, both of Corpus Corpus Christi, Mrs. W. E. Wattenberger Wattenberger of Caddo Gap, Ark., and Mrs. Thomas Koban of Alexander, Ark.; three brothers, brothers, James J. Waid of Corpus Christi, Fred T. Waid of Lewisville, Lewisville, Ohio, and A. A. Waid Jr. of Portland; and one granddaughter.