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 - ' Drowning Victim Rites Set Sunday For Baytown...
' Drowning Victim Rites Set Sunday For Baytown Student, 24 Dr. James H. Sammons, deputy Han-is County coroner, returned a verdict of drowning. Feazle's parents, Mr. and Mrs Arnold D. Feazie, 40S John A, had been lo Gulfgate Friday night, leaving at.6:30 p.m. and not returning home until 10 p.m. Their daughter, Mary, also was oui-of-lown. when .the drowrun** occurred and flew home from Dallas Friday night. She had been on a trip u> "Six Flags" with the Wooster Baptist church By WANDA ORTOX Funeral services for Reginald 3eleslie Feazie, 24-year-old Bay- own man who drowned Friday night, while skiing in Burner Bay vill be held at 3 p.m. Sundav at Vopster Baptist Church. Feazle's body was recovered rom the bay off the 100 block of iayshore Drive at about 9:10 i.m. Friday • by the Baytown Emergency Corps. Some 30 men rom the Baytown Emergency Corps, Wooster Volunteer Emergency Corps and Highlands tmercency Corps worked for nearly two hours in boats and vith divers. The bodv was ound about 100 yards out in the ay. Feazie had been water-skiin°- vith his giri friend, Grace Broussard. a junior at the Uni- •ersity of Texas. She is the laughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 3roussard, 126 W. Bayshore Drive. Feazie v.as bein^ towed on a U- > r -* "-mail circular ski d;sk when, the ^ ast H:ir l" ls _ Co "nty Democrats ccident occurred shortly after 7 ~—*— Feazle's father said his son was an experienced water skiier. He was a business administration senior student at Sam Houston State Teachers. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, he attended Lee College prior to Sam Houston. Miss Broussard also is a REL graduate. She and Feazie had been dating for about two years. Feazie was not wearing the safety ski belt that he usually wore when riding conventional DROWNING. Page 2) Joe Allen. Democratic Com- milteeman from Precinct 13 l"' as 9 Je cted chairman of the • m. about 50 yards from the hore. j He had signaled Miss Brous- and then called out. "Grace come and help me." She turned (he boat around and saw Feazie slumped over in the water. She dived overboard, tried to help him but his 200 pounds weight was too much for her to handle. He slipped from her grasp, sink- at a meeting at Lakevvood Clubhouse Friday night. The meeting was aitenried by about 50 persons, including representatives of 11 of East Harns County's 3 precincts. Demo- Harris County precinct work for the election of Democratic officials at mental levels," Allen govern said. . The ne.\t business meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m. July 10 at ihe OCAW Hall. At this time a constitution will be adopted. The area club will be guests of cratic Committeemen from Pre-iu!a clncts 13, 9G, 100, 101, 102 and 250 were present. The showing made in East Harris County precincts for Robert Baker. Jake Johnson, .;John Ray Harrison and George ihe Precinct 100 club at ius res- Cire in the run-off election last week was discussed. Although voter participation throughout the county was small, the "H.5 _per cent turnout in Baytown .- : Swas the highest of any area in -V^iHarris County accordfnsj to R.!-' ~ • s: "S. (Dick) Manne. " Other officers elected were Mrs. Robert Zumwalt. Precinct 2^9, vice chairman: Mrs. Wallace Hunt. Precinct 96. secretary, and Roy Hughes, Precinct 12, treasurer. The East Harris County r group is Area B-2 of the Harris llfggi County Democrats, a county- Democratic Club. "It is a goal of the area organization to have an active, effective precinct club in every REGINALD D. FEA7I.E -TOE ALLEN

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 14 Jun 1964, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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