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Falality- (CONTINUED KItOM PAGE 1 least that much, or mor?, fell,' he said. The accident occurred "in middle of nowhere," according lo a Childress railway foreman. The body of Chrisly was to Carey, near Chlldrcss, by track motorcar and transferred to Childress by ambulance, according to J. P. Nelson, siiix-rintenrienl of the Bnrlingloi Lines here. "Thai's (the track molor car the only way oul of Ihcrc," said. , \ , . . The train, pulling 56 cars, en route lo Dallas and Fort Worth. Tlie five-member .cr would havo -.been relieved their duties in Childress. Mr. Christy's body was taken to Newberry Funeral Home Childress and will be transferred to Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors of Amarillo. Mr. Christy was born 1 . ... Arkansas. He had been with'thc Denver Railway Fort Wort! for 28 years. He was a member o( Ihc Temple Baptist Church and'lhc Odd Fellows Lodge. · ' . , / Survivors include 2his wife, Gladys; two 'daughters, Airs. Kenneth Brown of 3 5 0 2 Wcslhaven Drive and Mrs. Jim Bob Lively of 5106 Mesa Circle, both of Amarillo; a' stepson Kenneth Wise of 4213 NE 12th in Amarillo; two other'brothers, Earl of Torrance, Calif., arid Elton of Tulsa; and his motlicr, M r s . ' Minnie ',' White Carolina in Amarillo. gf 910

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  1. The Amarillo Globe-Times,
  2. 28 Aug 1968, Wed,
  3. Page 49

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