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for for for for for for for for for in Sunday, March 3, 1968 THE DENTON RECORD -CHRONICLE TWO In The News Barnard: No Moratorium SAN FRANCISCO TAP) Dr. Christian N. Barnard. first surgoon to transplant 3 human heart. said Saturday he does not consider the will not opcration premature and respect a three month moratorium gested by U.S.

cardiologists. L.cading heart specialists al scientific sessions of the Ameri-'the can College of Cardiology had asked that HI more human heart transplantations be formed until scientids and surgoons had time to study findings 051 the Orst six man must follow his own Dr. Barnard told newsmen two nours before; he appeared before fellow heart.as specialists to answer that human heart transplantation is premature The 44-year-oid South African surgeon said that "as doctors. we were morally ubliged technique" to give a new heart to Louis Washkansky, who died 18 days later of pneumonia, to Philip Blaiberg. Both were dying.

Dr. Barnard: sud, and a transplant offered their only only hope. China Raps Societ Official TOKYO (AP) Communist China accused Soviet Defense Minister Andrei Girechko today of having helped the United 1 Stales intimidate Victaamese Communists. The People's Daily, the organ; of the Chinese Communist ty, blasted Grechko for having: said "contemporary imperiaism is far from a paper liger." The Russian defense chief, made the remark, Communist Chinese chairman; who claimed a paper tiger. Feb.

23 in a speech to mark the 30th anniversary of the Soviet Red Army. The People's Daily said Grechko's comment came al a time when the Umled States "is being beaten nut of shape and has long revealed its truc characteristics as a paper tiger" in Vietnam. "In these circumstances." thei commentary sald. "the Soviet; revisionist clinur has hastened! la help U.S, imperialism puff up its arroganer and intimidate the Vietnamese people and the revolutionary people the world over." School Crisis Continuing MIAMI. Fla.

(AP) Flori- teachers were prepared, if da's school crisis moved into its, essary, to stay out. "until hell third week Saturday, on a no- freezes over." compromise track that could. On the desk of Republican lead to a long and disastrous, Gov. Claude Kirk, unsigned, stalemate. a $329 million education-tax Efforts to settic the walkout package the leigslature more than one-third of theied Feh.

16 in a vain effort to state's 58,000 teachers had col- stave off the walkout. Kirk has lapsed. No new next Thursday to sign, veto, were in progress. The let it become law without his Education Association signature. DENTON AREA DEATIIS James D.

Reed ARGYLE James Daniel Reed, 97, died Saturday at the Brook Hollow Nursing Home in Grapevine. He was born July 1, 1870 in Missouri. tic was a member of the Argyle Baplist Church and a rehired farmer. Funeral. services are pending at.

Floyd Hamlet! Funeral Home. Burial will be! in the Prairie Mound Cemetery al Argyle. Survivors are two daughters. Mrs. Oleta Carpenter of Argyle and Mrs.

Purna Foster of Grapevine: three sons, Ray Reed of Denton, Glen Reed of Denton and Dewey Reed of Argyle: 12 grandchildren, 25 greatgrandchildren and one greatgreat-grandchild. Jeffery Marshall Jeffery Marshall. infant son of Ll. and Mrs. John R.

Marshall of Killeen, died at 4:30 p.m. Friday al Flow Memorial: Hospital. rites were held Saturday al Roselawn Park with Dr. Vernon Davis officialing. Surviving are the child's parents: grandparents, Dr.

ant d. Mrs. Charles M. Clark of Denton and Mr. and Mrs.

John J. Marshall of Denion: great grandparents, Mrs. M. G. die and Mrs.

Marshall. both of Bokchito, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.

Craig of Baton Rouge, and Sirs. Emm Clark of Texarkana. Ark. Goen Funeral Home was in charge. Mrs.

Lillie Kincaid Mrs. Lillie Kincaid, 74. GOS Texas died al p.m. Friday in Denton Osteopathic: Hospital. Mrs.

Kincaid was born' March 1, 1894, in Pilot Point. She attended Pilot Point public schools and was married Frank Kincaid in 1931 in Pilot Point. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Survivors include her band. Frank Kincaid of Denton: a daughter.

Elizabeth Boker of Fort Worth: a son. J. Young of Fort Worth: a brother. Clarence lames of Dallas: a sister, Mrs. Annie Savage of Eldorado, grandchildren: and 19 greatgrandchildren.

Services will be held at p.m. Sunday, in Faith nacle Assembly of God The Rev. Emit Dinwiddie and the Rev. Jack Howard will officiate. Burial will be in 1.0.0.F.

Cemetery under direction Schmitz Floyd Hamlett neral Home. Mrs. Ruth Wood BRIDGEPORT. wife (Special Mrs. Ruth Wand, of a prominent Bridgeport husiness.

paan, died Thursday al 6 p.m. City Police Hold Airman A 21-year-old airman was ar-' rested in Denton Saturday as being absent-without-leave from: 1McGuire Air Force Base in New! Jersey. Police identified the airman: Itonald Eugene Graves of; Fort Worth was arrest-: fed at the apartment of friends, after information on where he might be found was provided by Carswell Air Force Base authorities in Fort Worth. Officers said they understood Graves was AWOL for "about one week." He is being held: pending arrival of military i authorities. An ice-making machine, said to weigh between 1.500 to 2,000 pounds.

was reported stolen from in front of the Flick Incorporated 'Theater sometime: Thursday. The machine was valued at $250. One vandalism case was re. ported Saturday. A window was broken out of a car owned by George Holland 11 of 907 W.

Hickory St. Four Mishaps Are Reported Only four minor accidents, were reported in Denton Salurday. At 12:15 p.m., two cars. (Texas 377 and Eagle Drive; 2:55 p.m.. two cars, Avenue and Eagle Drive: 3:45 p.m..

two cars, a car owned by Vernon Price Jr. of Fort Worth was sideswiped on HIE 35E while traveling north. The second car failed to slop: between 7-8 p.m., car parked at 721 Frame Si. owned by Barry Vcanueva, 605 Driftwood St. was struck by an unknown vehicle, sustaining light damage.

Two fires were reported Satur-1975 day: 1:45 a.m., a small grass fire in the 200 block of Bolivar Street. At 3:10 a.m., a small grass fire was reported on Bonnie Brae, near Air Port Road. Lewisville Youth Still 'Critical' LEWISVILLE James E. Pruitt, 19, of Lewisville remained in critical condition Saturday at Parkland Hospital in Dallas. Pruitt is being treated for injuries received Feb.

27 when he was struck by a car while walking on an 111 35E service road south of here, He sustained compound fractures of both legs and serious lacerations. BENEFITS (Continued From Page One) farming," he says, "There was when we thought it just grew out there, but we've learned that's not right." Mobberly was born in 1833 in East Carroll. then he moved with his family to as when he was 11. They setlled in Longview and 17 years later, Mobberly moved with his mother to the Pilot Point area. He reads every magazine and newspaper he can without the aid of glasses.

"If I could just hear as well as I see, I'd be all right," he say He visits his doctor a couple of times a year for a routine checkup. The doctor says he is alin perfect health for his age. "1 never felt beller in my life." the bright eyed, pleasant retired farmer says. You believe it. "Why.

I'm not any sicker than you are." he says. And you believe that to. 1 i all 15 WHAT'S A LITTLE If you're really intent on having a pic- -Staff Photo by ROY BRAY! RAIN, ANYWAY? Cindy Brubaker of Pattison, Lola nic, some unwanted rain won't put a Mazurek and Bill Prather, both damper on your plans. IL didn't bother Antonio. Kneeling from are left these park-walkers.

who ignored it and Weitzel and Ken Pino, of Las went ahead as planned. Standing from Nev. The girls are all students al left are Seth Stockholm of Albany, N.Y.; Woman's University. AIRPORT ed places including the airline Locke is an attorney, oil gate, the terminal garage and erator and of investor. tine He Texas is In- rent-a-car arcas to name a past president few.

dependent Producers and RoyShort-term will ally Owners Association available the decks above! (TIPRO). Ile has owned buildparking on each terminal building and long-lings, parking garages, wareis planned for an houses, office buildings and a term parking area south of the terminal build- shopping center. He has a 25,000 pings. and acre ranch 185-acre in farm Brewster in Kaufman County The terminal complex will be a I served by a north-south County. road with three traffic levels In May, 1966, lie was apand a total of i4 traffic lanes.

pointed ambassador to PakisThere will be a toll for the use tan and on May 1. 1967, of this terminal access appointed deputy ambassador way to minimize the munber orito Vietnam. In December, 1967, (Continued From Page One)! with only 40 at the new airport al llouston. A lotal of 25 cargo gales to handle 300,000 tons of cargo by 1975 compared to 30,000 tons at Love Field in 1965. Annual air passenger traffic in Satur-1975 of 16 million persons compared to 7 million at Love Field in 1965.

A total of 17,900 parking spaces will be needed by 1975 and 34,700 by 1985. The traffic is expected to increase to 1.2 million tons in 1985 and (in the annual air expected passenger to be traffic! million people. Planners have daily airport population by 1985 to be 140,000 to taking the entire city of Wichila Falls and placing it tably into the airport area. The usual problems of walkling 100 much, wailing too long for baggage and not- finding parking place are all solved (according to the planners) in the regional airport. An automated intra-terminali transit system will provide transportation throughout the 10 terminal buildings for passenger convenience, Ant automated baggage handling system is being designed which will practically placed your luggage in tic trunk of your car.

Dean said the idea of centrail baggage pickup and delivery Tex-hareas has been thrown out in flavor of a system whereby it will be delivered to The regional airport is ed almost exactly in the heart of the Golden Triangle a little north of and between Dallas and Fort Worth. The terminal prac-! tically sits on the Dallas-Tarrant Counties border. Three runways are in cach county. Three-fourths of the acre facility is in the city limits of Grapevine and other parts are in Irving and Euless. Dulles Airport at Washington, D.C.

is currently the largest airport with 10,000 has acres. Chicago's O'lare 7,200 acres; New York's Kennedy, 5,200 acres; and Lallas Love Field, mere 1,200 acres. Dean said non-Texars ed the North Texas airport saying that 18,000 acres are 100 much, bul he countered with the fact that the airport will have a buffer zone around it to aid in noise abatement -a major problem with most metropolitan airports, including Love Field. Plenty af land ion expansion is there also. The 105 original Locke Plans Denton Visit Eugene Locke, Dallas candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor, will be in Denton Tuesday.

A coffee will be held for theirs Room of the First State Bank candidate at the Community from 10:30 to 11:30. The public is invited. persons using it for through trat- he was awarded the Freedom lic or just sight-seeing. Medal for meritorious diplomatic service. VIEWS (Continued From Page One)r An expeditionary force of Texans marched on Matamoros, but was defcated, and all but a few killed or captured.

Another force of Texans was practically wiped out at Agua Dulce. A similar instance happened at Refugio. On March 27. came the Goliad massacre, which became part of the Texans' battle cry, "Remember the mo! Remember Goliad!" Thus, there were defeals before the declaration of independence was made, and there were defeats after it. All these losses add up to a miserable picture and, indeed, created panic.

Colonists fled before the onrushing Mexican Army, and their flight became known as the "Runaway Scrape." But somehow, Sam Houston held his band of 700-800 soldiers together, and, on April 21. caught Santa Anna and his force of 1.600 taking a siesta. The ensuing baltic, the Battle of San Jacinto, won the Texans their independence. LEWISVILLE (Continued From Page One), to change elements into dif-, lerent elements. effects Hydroponics on plants will be Betty and radioisotope Brod and Debbic Veal's project.

Larry Cluck wili be investigating "Artificial Fertilization versus Artificial P'arthenogenusis." And Nancy Cox and will be testing the elKrape fects of pure caffeine and tine on mice, while Carole Baker will be attempting 10 grow a culture of living lissuc from a human body in the test tube environment. Dinah Davis and Phyllis Verner will be investigating the effects of color pigment from one type of bacteria to another, and Eric Kaszenski and Fred Holt will be investigating the physiological effects of mutalion and disease on Venus Fly Traps, which are insect plants. Throughout the high school and junior high, visitors will be able to view such projects in all departments as House activities this year will be designed to present everyday classroom situations rather than a display of work done all year. "Simplicity and actuality will be emphasized in all louse Horace Trietsch, chairman of the high school committee, said. "Current exhibits are being displayed all week in downtown businesses and some will be on play Tuesday and Thursday nights, but mainly actual classroom situations will be, the most prominent displays." All elementary schools will observe Open House Thursday from 7 until 9 p.m.

Also in high school, visitors will see students working at sewing and kitchen machines, at business machines. at industrial machines and at printing machines. All classrooms will have students performing some phase of the work currently being done in that class. RIOTS (Continued From Page One) bring "a seriously greater probability of major disorders, worse, possibly, than those already experienced." "If the population as a whole developed even stronger feelings of being wrongly peoned in and discriminated against," it said, "many of its members might come to port. not only riots but the rebellion now being preached by only a handful.

"If large-scale violence resulted, white retaliation would follow. "This spiral could quite conceivably lead to a kind of urban apartheid with semimartial law in many major cities, enforced residence of Negroes in segregated areas, and a drastic reduction in personal freedom for all Americans, particularly Negroes." Estimaling the cost at hundreds of billions of dollars, Chairman George H. Mahon, D- of the House Appropria-lies. tions Committee, called the posals "wholly unrealistic." Rep. F.

Edward Hebert, D- called the report's findings "Propaganda ad nauseam." Some Congress membersespecially Southerners-quar-s10 reled with the commission's Finding that the nation is moving toward two hostile racial Want to save ap to $125 when you buy a car? STATE FARM INSURANCE Ask me about the State Farm Car Finance Plan. A. L. BEEVERS DENTON AGENT Ph. 382-8281 STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Hora Disce: Illinois Historical exhibit will be set up in the study hall and in the corridors.

Volleybali ganies will be in progress In the gymnasiwn, and three short mustcal concerts will be given in the auditorium by the high school choral group. Student Council officers will assist Counselors Mrs. Grace Parr and William Shipman in welcoming visitors and directing them through the building. Miss Gloria May Is in charge of the junior high Open House, which will be patterned after the high school activities so far as simplicity and actuality are concerned. Visitors to junior high will be aided by maps in finding the various work areas of the sixth, seventh and eighth graders since classroom space is limited and classes often overlap in several areas, Miss May explained.

COUNCIL (Continued From Page One) of San Marty Vegas, Texas positions can be expanded to 240 terminal modules and "fingers" are added. The fingers extend from cach 110- dule and the aircraft nose into the fingers for unloading. Just on top of the terminal modules, there will be 15,000 parking spaces. Each module will be built so that it can take additional floors also. The 747 jet, the jumbo, will be able to carry 490 passengers, The SST will carry about that many but will go much faster.

On the drawing boards also is hypersonic airliner which will travel at speeds pi Mach 7-- about 8,000 miles per hour! Would you believe around the world in three hours? The Dallas-Fort Worth ty is still in the design phase, but labor leaders are meeting soon to- make decisions on the first construction phase which should start by June. Excavation and drainage will be the first work and then comes more grading, drainage and utilities work. Dean said that four or five phases of construction should be underway by 1969. The first terminal building construction is expected to start in 1970. When the big buildup in the airport realistic, Dean said, barring bad luck with the usual factors -labor and the weather.

Love Field will become the main airport for this region for general aviation since all major airlines will be moved to the regional facility. Some general aviation will be handled at the regional airport but it will be channled onto the least-used runways to avoid tiaffic which prodlems with the huge jets will be either taking off or landing almost every minute of every day of the year. NEXT: Will the new regional airport, which is less than 30 miles from Denton, create a noise nuisance here? construction is underway, it will cause a phenomena! drainage on the available builders in this metropolitan area and leadal the seminar said an increase in the cost of building a house in the Golden Triangle area could go up as a result. The 1972 compietion date is This isn't intended as a history lesson, and it may be a waste of reading time for those who know their Texas history in detail. Bul it just seemed like a good time to remind ourselves that we have some special days to observe, and that we should reflect upon the brave and hardy men and women whose strug.

gles descendants, made it and possible for ammi- their grants from all over the world. to enjoy the unparalleled fruits of life that we have today. Will we be worthy of them? I often wonder. Do you? James Hardin 1301 Sherman Drive IS INVITED TO A COMPLIMENTARY DINNER FOR TWOAT HOLIDAY INN DENTON Void Afler 7 Days son who hasn't got his mind made up on any particular issue, who wishes good government for himself, his family and his city and will study and look into each issue and vote according to his own conscience," he said. Stewart said he considered the council a non partisan job.

"The fact that I am a Republican shouldn't even enter into it." Stewart, 45, has been county GOP. chairman since 1964. An airline pilot, he has lived in Denton since 1960. He and his wife. who live at 2710 Crestwood, have four children.

Ramsey, who has been a carpenter 30 years, was born and reared in Bonham. moved to Denton from Abilene in 1963. He and his wife have two sons. Ramsey said he would discuss his candidacy later. in Harris Ilospital in Fort Worth after a two-week illness.

She was born Feb. 25, Wise County, and had lived in the county all of her life. An active member of the First Baplist Church, she was a charter member of Junior Woman's Club of Bridgeport, and was a volunteer worker at. Denton Stale School. Mrs.

Wood was formerly an officer of the American Cancer Sociely. Funeral services will be held today al 2:30 at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Mosley, pastor, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Frank Casper af the Cuba Baptist Church. Burial will be in East Bridgeport Cemetery with Hawkins Funeral llome officiating.

Pallbearers will be Ed New101, Eddie Culpepper, Loyd Hamilton, John Moody, Dean Patfield of Paradise and WelI don Price of Pilot Point. Survivors include her husband, Wood; a son, Alichael Scott Wood: and a daughter, Carolyn Wood; her parents, Air. and Mrs. Bob Beaman; and a brother. Warren man, all of Bridgeport.

Zebulin E. Provence BRIDGEPORT (Special) Zebulin Edwin Provence, $7, died Thursday al 3 p.m. in Bridgeport rest home. He was born Jan. 9, 1881, in Wise County and was a menher of the Bridgeport Church Of Funeral services were held Saturday in the chapel of: Hawkins Funeral Home.

The Rev. larry McElhany official-! cd. Burial was in East Bridgeport C'emelery. Grandsons served as pallbearel's. Survivors include four sons, Maxie P.

Provence of port, ichnny Provence off Springtown. Clifford Provence and Woodrow Provence, both of 'Decatur: two daughters, Florenre Hall of Comancre a di Ella Rea Riggs of grandchildren: and 36 great-' grandchildren. Services Held MRS. DIARGARET HOUSE. 68.

services held at Saturday in the SchmitzChapel with the Rev. David Mi-: Floyd Hamlett Funeral Home, lam officiating. Bell, Arthur KilDoyle Chrisman, Roger lungsworth, John li. Wells andi D. S.

Anderson. MRS. LAURA LUCILLE' GARRETT. 44, services held at! of2 p.m. Friday at the Cindyi Nichols Chapel, First Baptist, with Dr.

L. L. Armstrong of-: ficiating. Burial In Roselawn: Memorial Park. John Lancaster Shaw, Don Mortimer.

W. E. Lanford. ('. M.

Keeler and Woodson; Suthers. camps. A "huge reservolr of good will exisis among the races," said Mahon. Sen. Allen J.

Ellender, said that the report "gives the demagogues a chance to take the stage" at a ime when civil rights legislation is pending and a civil rights march on Washinglon is planned. A Vermonter, Republican Sen. George D. Aiken, was sympathetic with report but pessimistic about its prospects. "If we can't get a civil rights bill through, the chances of anything stronger are slim," he said.

Negro leaders generally acclaimed the findings, as dis. closed in the summary report. But even the commission's members conceded there was no chance at all that the propos. als could be enacted. Urban America is "well on its way to becaming a divided the report said, with a predominantly white society living in the suburbs and a large Negro society in the central citBut it said the trend has not gone too far to be reversed.

And despite exaggerated early reports, the commission said, the total of 1967's Property damage, including the illage In Newark and Detroit, was less than million. The casualty tall "was far smaller than that for automobile accidents on an average Largest Boot Sale In North Texas NOW IN PROGRESS AT PAUL'S Western Shop (MEMBER PAUL'S WESTERN SHOP Under Levi The Big Red Horse On The Square RAMEY KING SALUTES WILLIAM BRYANT Who has been appointed director of finance for the City of Denton Ramey King Insurance "YOUR HARTFORD AGENT" MARVIN RAMEY TERRELL KING FIRST STATE BANK BLDG. 302-9691 -Staff Pholo by SON COLE RETIRED FARMER MOBBERLY IS AVID READER Franklin Thompson, Left, And Eugene Mobberly.

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