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pay its the library, year, the 11- security available activities to the W. A. complaints including am jail es arrests Four while made thef trans beverage thef countj a "fast run" through the Security Council before taking any drastic lames R. Hyde Dies; : uneral Here Thurs. James Richard Hyde of Tu- lumcari, N. M., a native of San 5aba County, died 7:30 a.m. Sunday in a Tucumcari hospital following illness of several weeks. Funeral services will be held at the Davis-Morris Funerj> lome chapel 10 a.m. Thursday. The Richland Springs Masonic dge will conduct graveside rites, at the Richland Springs Jemetery following the services .n Brownwood. Mr. Hyde was born Dec. 26, 1893 in San Saba County. He dad lived in New Mexico the past 25 years and was owner of the Palomino Motel at Tucumcari. During the first World War, he served in the 345th Field Artillery. Artillery. He was a former student student of Howard Payne College. Surviving are his wife, the former Gladys Stevens; a brother, brother, C. B. Hyde of Mercury, and four sisters, Mrs. Kelley Adams of Richland Springs, Mrs. W. D. Mitchell of Mercury, Miss Frances Frances Hyde and Miss Willyne Hyde of Brownwood. Mr. Hyde's parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blocker Hyde, pioneer residents of San Saba County. City six of 150 outside Sept. 1. Of this city re-leased reported. The the city TO Trans President R. announced the would Houston from Louis, The route Brownwood, as between Austin greatest Texas The route, would to the being of 20 The route,

Clipped from Brownwood Bulletin11 Sep 1956, TuePage 8

Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Texas)11 Sep 1956, TuePage 8
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