James Norval Swindell Obituary

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James Norval Swindell Obituary - 20-KKKKVILLK DAILY TIMES Friday. January 15....
20-KKKKVILLK DAILY TIMES Friday. January 15. 19IW Hill Country Today ...Trade Hospital Admittance* Lori Jean Basse. Jimmie M Loesberg, Kerrville; Jon R. Murrell Sr . Handera. Fred R Black. Mason, Jack D Gihbens, Bandera; Bonnie Z. Swofford, Ingram; Brittany McDonald, Kerrville. Marriage Licenses Elmer Kerrick Wooster Jr.. Hunt, and Priscilla Lee Cina. Hunt, issued Jan. 14 Divorces In the matter of the marriage of Diana Flores Martinez and Antonio Villa Martinez, granted Aug. 17, 1987. 198th District Court George McBroom, 600 Meadowview, charged with burglary of a building, sentenced to five years in the Texas Department of Corrections. Homer Calderon, address unavailable, probation revoked on a charge of burglary of a motor vehicle, sentenced to three years in TDC. Chad Umble, 905 Paschal, Apt. 303, charged with burglary of a building, given five years probation, fined $250 plus court costs. Kerr County Court-at-Law Leo no re M. Frumkin, Meadow Vista, Calif., charged with DWI, sentenced to one year, given a one-year probation, fined $350 plus court costs. James M. Watkins, Kerrville, charged with theft over $200, under $750 , sentenced to 10 days, fined $98 court costs. Michael G. Kuhn Jr., Kerrville, charged on two counts of minor in possession of alcohol, fined $300 plus court costs on the first count, and $500 plus court costs on the second count. John A. Abshier, Kerrville, charged with DWI, sentenced to one year, given two years probation, fined $500 plus court costs. Bobbie W. Joy, Harper, charged with DWI, sentenced to two years, given two years probation, fined $500 plus court costs, driver's license suspended for 90 days, ordered to do 200 hours community service; also charged with driving while license suspended, fined $200 plus court rosts. Lorenzo Garcia. Kerrville, charged with DWI, sentenced to one year, given two years probation, fined $500 plus court costs; also charged with driving while license suspended, fined $200 plus court costs. Henry Clark Jr., Kerrville, charged with assault, sentenced to 60 days, given a one-year probation, fined $300 plus court costs. Lorenzo L. Ramos, Kerrville, charged with assault, sentenced to 30 days, given six months probation, fined $100 plus court costs; also charged with resisting arrest, fined $300 plus court costs. Larry W. Black, Kerrville, charged with violation of probation, sentenced to 10 days in jail. Vincent Lopez, Kerrville, charged with evading arrest, sentenced to 30 days, fined $300 plus court costs. Alan P. Lanoie, Kerrville, charged with driving while license suspended, sentenced to three days, fined $300 plus court costs. Roger D. Stidham, Brady, charged with driving while license suspended, fined $300 plus court costs. Dinia L. Miller, Kerrville, charged with theft over $20, under $200, fined $200 plus court costs, ordered to make $124.19 restitution . Jose R. Carrasco, Kerrville, charged with reckless conduct, fined $300 plus court costs. Antonio Martinez, Kerrville, charged with DWI, sentenced to one year, given a one-year probation, fined $1,000 plus court costs. KERRVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEE ELECTION (ELECCIONES PARA FIDUCIARIOS ESCOLARES) SAMPLE BALLOT (BOLETA DE MUESTRA) JANUARY 16, 1988 Vote for the candidates of your choice in each race by placing an "X" in the square beside the candidate's name. Vota por los candidates de su preferen- cia en cada carrera poniendo una "X" en el cuardro al lado de los nombres de los candidates de su preferencia. FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE (PARA FIDUCIARIOS ESCOLARES) KERRVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 903 REGULAR THREE YEAR TERM (VOTE FOR THREE) TERMING DE TRES ANOS (VOTE POR TRESI ROY D MUCH DEMISE LEMEILLEUR ENLOE B1LL1E R. DAVIS LARRY DELGAU1LLO H1CHAKD (RICK) SCHNEIDER BOBBY EWINC; MICHAEL (MIKEI BAUMANN HOSE I HALL ROY C EVANS (Continued From Page 1l mic Advisers. It was the smallest monthly trade gap since last April, when the deficit was $13.0 billion Despite the dramtic improvement, the trade deficit for 1987, with just one month in the year remaining to be reported, was at an annual rate of $173.43 billion, far surpassing the previous record $156.2 billion for 1986. In the critical category of manufactured goods, the deficit eased to $12.2 billion from $15.5 billion in October. Showing some of the sharpest declines were imports of foreign clothing, textiles and communications equipment. At the ...Bridge (Continued From Page 1) Highway, Kerrville, 78028. The Tranquility Island bridge is the first step of the $200,000 Phase One riverbank improvement project started by GRIP two years ago. Other Phase One projects include building a pedestrian ...Ambulance same time, overseas sales of U.S.-made aircraft, power generating equipment and chemicals were among the fastest risers. U.S. manufacturers have predicted continued large export gains in the months ahead, largely due to declines in the value of the U.S. dollar that have made American products less expensive overseas. The trade deficit improved with respect to all the nation's major trading partners. The trade deficit with Canada, this nation's largest single trading partner, decreased to $1.2 billion in November from $1.3 billion. bridge from the north bank of Tranquility Island to an area behind Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library. The final step is constructing a reinforced concrete riverwalk on the north bank of the Guadalupe from the old Schreiner footbridge to the library. (Continued From Page 1) per day, less than half the volume needed for a cost- effective operation, Carruba said. Thursday afternoon, Hajek said he still believes the City of Kerrville is restraining trade by denying the license. "I've been talking to a lot of business people in the community and they say there's a need for another ambulance service," Hajek said. The Kerrville ordinance regulating ambulance service does allow multiple ambulance companies in the city, but licensing procedures require applicants to demonstrate a need for additional service. Obituaries Howard Boazman The body of Howard Boazman, 81, of Medina, who died at his home Wednesday, were taken to Restland Funeral Home in Dallas for services and burial. Grimes Funeral Chapels was in charge of local arrangements. Charles D. Craighead Sr. Services for Charles D. Craighead Sr., 86, of Ingram, who died Thursday in a local hospital, will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in Kerrville Funeral Home. Burial will be at a later date in Metairie Cemetery near New Orleans, La. Born in Patterson, La., Mr. Craighead was a veteran of World War D, serving in the U.S. Navy. He was an electronics engineer with Philco-Ford for 20 years after which he was employed in civil service as an engineer until he retired in 1973. Mr. Craighead married Mince Walker May 2, 1927, in Graham. He was a member of the Episcopal Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. He is survived by his wife who lives in Anson; a son, Bob Craighead of Ingram; stepson, Neil Leroy Carpenter of Kerrville; daughter, Ann Hill of Burbank, Calif.; two sisters, Alice Marks and Frances Grimes, both of Dallas; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. Mrs. Mable Coleman Services for Mrs. Mable Coleman, 84, of Kerrville, who died Wednesday in a local nursing home, were held this morning in Nichols Cemetery. Mrs. Coleman, born in Missouri, had lived in Kerrville since 1973. Kerrville Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Fremont M. Eaton Services for Fremont M. Eaton, 79, of Kerrville, who died Thursday in a local hospital, are John Morris Services for John Morris of Kerrville, who died Tuesday in a local hospital, are pending at Grimes Funeral Chapels. James Swindell Services for James Swindell, 85, of Kerrville, who died Thursday in a local hospital, are pending at Grimes Funeral Chapels. pending at Kerrville Funeral Home. Free Service to the Community 24-HR. OBITUARY LINE 895-1044 TTTTTTTTTTT ED'S RIVER PALACE TTTTTTTTTTT Johnson City, Texas Mi. North of Johnson Cily on Hwy. 281 Sat. Jan. 16 9-1 "TEXAS FEVER" Sun. Jan 17 2:30-6:30 - Matinee Dance "THE KIN<; OF SWING" Sun. Jan. 17 8-12 - SPANISH DANCE "LOS HERMANOS RODRIGUEZ CONJUNTO de MONTERREY" 868-4342 nic symptoms," he added. "People have heard such horror stories about painful treatments for hemorrhoids. A lot of people are really miserable, but they're not getting treatment because they think it hurts. "I want them to know that now we do have technology that allows us to treat all types of hemorrhoids without pain, or without any time lost from work," Key said. ...Pain (Continued From Page 1) Key said. "The Ultroid Microvasive Hemorrhoid Management System solves these problems," added Key. Hemorrhoids are a more common problem than people realize, Key said. "More than 80 percent of all adults will have symptoms of hemorrhoids sometime during their lives. Over half of those aged 50 and above display chro- Odds 'n Ends By NINA •••••I Keys left at San Antonio Savings Association during the holidays are still there, according to one of the employees who said the keys are on a chain to which a nail clipper also is attached. My sympathy goes out to • Dutch tourist whose silver terrier- poodle mix, "Loekie", came to a sad end in St. Louis, Mo. where it either rot out of its cafe or was let out and disappeaied in the airport area. Unfortunately it was killed. When the dog's master, Leo Koewe from the Hague, the Netherlands, landed in Los Angeles, the dog and the cage were nowhere to be found. An intensive search by airline officials located the dog, but too late. Reminds me of the problem we had with an airline when the Humane Society of Kerrville shipped "Figgie", the cat we found after being gone three months, to California. The airline fouled up its flight, but luckily "Figgie" was eventually located and was alive! I think if I were shipping a pet, I wouldn't do so unless I went along. Too much carelessness happens at times. Perhaps before a couple gets married, they should share a car pool for at least three months. A bluish gray cat, part Persian, four months old, housebroken, would like a good home. Call 895-1996. A mixed breed sheep dog, two years old, would make a nice pet for someone. Call 257-1233. January is already half gone, and income tax time is slipping up on us. Woe is me! An antique tractor parked out front of The Bluebonnet Cafe on Junction Highway, attracts lots of attention on the part of passersby. I was told it supposedly is the first one to have been sold in Kendall County. I recall seeing those types of tractors in fields around Cuero, Yorktown and Nordheim. Guess Who's Hitting The Big 40! Happy Birthday!!! W. Janice Green FOR RECORDED SHOW TIMES TKB1K RUN IF TK 8111 "ASTCAMY.SEXY, rULEDSENSAnONAi^ WABC-rV.NE»YOUtriTY i

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  1. The Kerrville Times,
  2. 15 Jan 1988, Fri,
  3. Page 20

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