The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 16, 1971 · Page 18
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 18

Corpus Christi, Texas
Issue Date:
Monday, August 16, 1971
Page 18
Start Free Trial

Deaths and Funerals Mrs. Carl C. Goodwin Funeral services for Mrs. Carl C. Goodwin, 71, of 4845 Hamlett, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Clifford Jackson Funeral "Chapel with the Rev. J. L. Weikel, associate pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church, officiating. . Mrs. Goodwin was dead on arrival at a local hospital at about 4:30 p.m. yesterday after apparently suffering a heart attack. A native of Kentucky, she had lived in Nueces County 17 years. She was a retired C. C. Awning Co. employe and a member of Rebekah Lodge No. 36. Survivors include her husband; two brothers, Dick Kincaid of Venice, Fla. and Cordie Kincaid of Buffalo, N.Y., Tourist Bureau Seeks Members The Corpus Christ! Area Tourist Bureau will begin its 1971 membership campaign tomorrow. Sammy Kins will be chairman of the drive, according to Robert P. Wallace, bureau president. The drive will be a three- day affair, starting with a kickoff breakfast at 7:45 a.m. tomorrow ~at Luby's Cafeteria on South Alameda. Kins said he has 70 workers ready for the effort. He set a goal of 144 new members to make the roster an even 1,000 business firms supporting the bureau. There will be a report reception from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Holiday Inn-Emerald Beach. SWA Schedules Registration Registration schedules were announced today for students planning to attend Incarnate Word Academy this fall. All seniors and only those juniors whose last names begin with the letters A through L will sign up from 9 a.m. until noon Thursday. Juniors whose names are M through Z and all sophomores will register from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday. All freshmen will register Friday. School Still Taking Pupils Students, are still being accepted for grades one through six at a private school owned by Mrs. Katherine Potter, of 16 Townhouse Lane. The school will open Sept. 15 at 1630 S. Brownlee. An article in Sunday's Caller-Times incorrectly stated the fees, Mrs. Potter said. The registration fee is $350, plus ?45 a month, she said. , and two sisters, -Mrs. Gladys Dwyer of Escanaba, Mich., and Mrs. Marge Culver of Elgin, 111. ' , .Pallbearers will be Roland Haeber, Clarence Ringo, C. C. Cumnu'ngs, V: C. Gustafson, Judge Arthur Ellis and John F. Ivy. Mrs. Dorothy Sutton Funeral . services for Mrs. Dorothy Sutton, 45, of 27ll Mary, will be held at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in Ebenezer Baptist Church. Burial will be in Rose Hill Memorial Park under the direction of Jackson-Flowers Funeral Home. Miguel Lopez Guerrero RIO GRANDE CITY - Miguel Lopez Guerrero, 71, of Rio Grande City, died yesterday at his residence 'after a short illness. A native of Camargo, Mexico, he 'had lived most of his life in Rio Grande City. He was a cement mason until his retirement. His body will be at Ceballos Funeral Home chapel in Rio Grande City until religious services at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the First'United Methodist Church here. Burial will be in Rio Grande City Cemetery. . Among survivors are two sons, Rogelio and Ruben Lopez, both of Corpus Christi. William R. Parrish AGUA DULCE -- Funeral services for William R. Parrish, 48, were to be held at 4 p.m. today in the Dobie Funeral Home in Mathis with burial in Cenizo Hills Cemetery. Parrish died at 4:20 a.m. yesterday at his residence after a long illness. He was born in Dodge City, Kan., and had lived here since 1962. He was a former'resi- dent of Mathis for 15 years before moving to Agua Dulce. He was the owner and operator of the Edroy Grain and Elevator Co. for six years. Man Is Charged A felony charge of driving wh'le intoxicated was filed against Allen Duane Clifton, 51, of 3413 Granada, today in justice of the .peace court. The complaint alleged he was' convicted of the same offense in 1967 in San Patrick) County. Prior to that he was with the Matlu's Grain and Elevator Corp. for five years. Parrish was a Navy veteran of World War II. Charles Beener Funeral services for Charles Albert Beener, 82, of 4226 Grace, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Seaside Mausoleum Chapel with the Rev. .Edwin M. Schaefer of St. Paul's United/-Methodist Church officiating. Entombment will be in the mausoleum under the direction of Cage-Mills Funeral Home. Beener died Saturday in a local hospital of injuries received in a traffic accident here Wednesday. A native of Ohio, he had resided here since 1960. Marvin L. Perkins Funeral services for Marvin Leslie Perkjns, 48, of 833 Military,, will 'be announced by C l i f f o r d Jackson Funeral Home on Kostoryz. Perkins died Saturday. He was born in Bastrop and had lived in Flour Bluff for 26 years. He was an iron worker with Reynolds Metals Co. for ID years. Survivors include his wife, Mary; one son, Marvin Perkins' Jr. of Corpus Christi; three daughters, Mrs. Dessie Cox and Mrs. Kathy Terrell, both of Corpus Christi and Mrs. Linda A. Patterson of Spain; one brother, Curtis Joe Perkins of Corpus Christi; and two grandchildren. Dr. W. H. Srrauch REFUGIO -- The Rosary will be recited for Dr. Wheeler H. Strauch, 59, at 8 p.m. today in the Zarsky Funeral Home here. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church with burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Strauch died at 11 p.m. Saturday at his residence after a sudden illness. He had lived here most of Marine Arrivals Belval (Belgian), Richard Bugg Co., to Cargo Dock 9 Departures Virgo (Panamanian) to Arubo, Dulch West Indies in Port Perm Champion at Oil Dock 11 Elizabeth (Liberfao) at PPG Pedro Mcnender (Spanish) at Producers Elevator Atlantic Endeavor at Chamnlln Dock Due In Port Marine Dow Ctiem (American), Boyd Campbell Co., to Corn Products Sandvlkcn (Norwegian), Richard Bugg Co., 10 Cargo Dock 15 TODAY THE NEWSPAPER. TOMORROW YOUR HOUSE!!! ACHTUNC! A Icrmilc paiucr division may ilrslroy this very newspaper before you gel amund I w r a p p i n g the Irasli in it -then Mart *'alin£ jronr house- for · dcssorl! They cat eporls sections .ilon'i wild world news; wall to. wall c a r p e t i n g along w i t h ynur floorboard*! Put your house in the hands ;nf the people who p.iohporrd lorniitc control in 1927. Quick! Copy th'c Twmmix .number off (his p_,-pc . . . while it lasts. For termite pest con-, trol call: 853-9959 Wiicox August Sole with any . _h Sconce Set .95 New Furniture purchase! Free Mirror Sconce Sef with any $49.95 New Furniture Purchase: Consists of Mirror, 2 Matching Sconces 2 Candles. In soft gold tone finish. Limit 1 set. 2 Toko «noj. to pay. Mon. lues. While 18 last. Save $18*92 Complete your living room, den, bedroom i waiting room or office. Get this perfect outfit to complete your decor in almost any*room of your house or business office. Includes 2 lovely platform rockers and 2 mis-matched ottomans. Solid construction...big seat...comfortable back! Minor tailoring imperfections make this low price possible. SAVE 18.92 Prised Separately 57.80 2 platform rockets , 49.90 2 mis-matched oltomans 7.90 Told Reg. Price 57.80 Save 18.92 CORPUS CHRISTI STORES OPEN DAILY 9.-30 A.M. til 9:00 P.M. WNGSVILLE DAILY 9 'til 6. MON.-THURS. 9 'til 9, SAT. ALL STORES 9 P.M. til 6 P.M. FRiE PARKING at 10929 Hiway 9 CORPUS CHRISTI-241-4211 FREE PARKING at 1800 M. 14th KINGSVILLE-LY2.2808 CORPUS CHRISTI TIMES, Mon., Aug. 16, 1971 3-B his life. He was graduated from Baylor Medical School in Dallas in 1935. He was a dentist in Port Lavaca for one year and worked in the office of Dr. J. E. Bauer here for 10 years. He-opened his own office in 1947. He was a member of Our Lady of Refuge C a t h o l i c Church. Mrs. Ethel Sreadman THREE RIVERS -- Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel Gladys Steadman,- 67, were to be held at 2:30 p.m. today in the chap-, el of Brice Funeral Home here with burial in Three Rivers Cemetery. A local resident for many years, Mrs. Steadman died at 12:30 a.m. yesterday in a lopal nursing home after a long illness. A native of Ballinger, she lived in Gonzales County before moving here. J. L. Maroney BLOOMINGTON -- Funeral services for J. L. Maroney, 82, a local resident since 1915, were to be held at 3 p.m. today in the First United Methodist Church here, with burial in Crescent Valley Cemetery. Colonial. Funeral Home of Victoria was in charge of arrangements. Maroney died at 9:45 p.m. Saturday in a Victoria .nursing home after a long illness. A retired farmer, he was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a native of Hunt County. . Among survivors Is a sister, Mrs. Jessie Pond of Corpus Christi. Kennedy Hits Pakistan FREE PARKING at 5933 S. Padre Island Dr. CORPUS CHRISTI-991-1120 Py MYRON BELK3ND . NEW DELHI, India W -Sen. Edward M. Kennedy said today he believes the Pakistan government is carrying out genocide in East Pakistan and called for the surrender of Pakistan armed forces in the strife-torn province. "Yes, I think genocide is being committed," Kennedy told a news conference on the eye of his departure from India after a week-long tour of the East Pakistani refugee problem. "I hope they (the Pakistan armed forces) will surrender, but I don't think it's very ^realistic to think they would." Kennedy, chairman of the Senate subcommittee on Refugee Affairs, said he would recommend a complete cut-off of U.S. military and economic aid to Pakistan until the strife in East Pakistan ends and there is a "political solution" that would include the "release" of Sheik Mujibur Rahman, leader of the banned Awami League, "I think the only crime Sheik Mujib has been guilty of is winning an election," the Massachusetts Democrat said in a brief statement volunteered at the end of the 20- minute news conference, after expressing regret he was not asked any questions about the sheik. "The question of the trial being held in secret, and in privacy is an outrage to all concepts of Intel-national law and is a travesty to those who believe in law." Kennedy, who met Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Foreign M i n i s t e r Swaran Singh in separate 45-minute meetings earlier in the day, said he could appreciate why India had signed a treaty of peace, friendship and cooperation with the Soviet Union last w«ek. "India has to pursue its national interests and its national goals and national aims," he commented. "I see nothing inconsistent in the action of India in signing a treaty with' the Soviet Union and its policy of nonalignment. "As a matter of fact, your foreign minister has indicated publicly he is willing to sign a similar treaty with the i United States. "I would like to think of the Indo-Soviet treaty in the atmosphere in which it was signed. It was in an atmos-. phere of considerable restraint by the government of India and in recognition that by ·signing this treaty it perhaps might strenghen the cause of restraint by the Indian government. "As far as I am concerned, I don't feel this action is any way disadvantageous to the United States and the friendship and relationship with the people of the United States." Kennedy said he thought that U.S. pohcy of supplying arms to Pakistan and appearing to side with Pakistan was "injurious to Indo-American ; ' relations." .'Kennedy said he had "found it difficult" to understand U.S. policy before he made the trip to the refugee camps. "After seeing the results of this trip, in terms of human ' misery, it (the policy) is even a greater disaster than I thought," he added. Kennedy said he hoped the United States may be able to play a decisive role in bringing about a political solution in East Pakistan. CASH BURBAL POLICY $1,000 Policy--to age 90. No salesmen call on you, no medico! examination. Money back guarantee. Free details, plain envelope. Tear out ad, Write to AMERICAN SERVICE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY P.O. Box 11476 Fort Worth, Texa, 125CCT Builder's Founded in 1894, Peacock Military Academy is a fully accredited, grades 8th through 12th, college preparatory school stressing character-building, leadership training, citizenship and patriotism as part of the learning process. Academic progress is achieved through better study habits, experienced teachers, small classes, individual attention motivated interests. Honor School. ROTC Military Training. Sports for all, gym, pool, etc. For reservations phone or write: MILITARY ACADEMY WQODIAWN LAKE · SAN ANTONIQJEXAS 78Z01 TEL (512) 734-5123 3 WILCOX FURNITURE STORES COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL any capacity required F e d d e r s h a s a c o m p l e t e line of I N D U S T R I A L a n d COMMERCIAL air conditioning. Paek- a g e S y s t e m s , Chillers,Terminal Units and Multi- Zone equipment in a complete range of sizes and combinations are available. A unique Fedders multi-unit package systems installation is the 22 story Atlanta Merchandise Mart. 440 Fedders Ail-Weather Heat Pumps provide year 'round comfort control with a total capacity of 1320 .tons. In this multi-story building the use of individual self-contained package systems saved $1,000,000 over other methods of air conditioning. Fedders has a system to meet any requirement. Call us, qualified Industrial Engineers are available to survey your needs. I WORLD'S LARGEST AIR CONOITIOMING MANUFACTURER ladders latest additions to their plant faeilf. ties ups their total manufacturing space »o almost 3 million sq. ft. (about 100 acres under roof). This production capacity, plus Fedders tremendous engineering ability, makes your Fedders purchase a "guaranteed best buy". Residential systems have for many years been foremost in Fedders production. Their countless "Engineering Firsts" are responsible for many of todays industry standards. Notable among these are . . . Fedders--First manufacturer to use hermetic compressors in room units. Fedders--First manufacturer to produce "Low Amp" low operating cost units. Fedders--First to manufacture over a million units (total produced to date almost 5 million). .'I I RESIDENTIAL 2 to 10 ton units ***^ ··'·*+ - t f f ' * APARTMENTS 1 T /2 to 5 tons . .'. ft y^fM*x* -w VCfOKVLh' -a . '· : §*j|w*^'"SX» UWS.ifl **«**-*i*v«m«ww.t **· 9 * * ftJ\Ani*iu,^ - , 1 :tv *N everyone GET OUR BEST PRICE NOW! WorM%lai^ CORPUS CHRIST! DEALERS BODINE SCOTT CO. 5O23 Kostoryz 853-O111 KARA AIR COND. H7G. 339 Cole 884-1717 MALEK, INC. 2510 Leopard 888-5461 EARL REVETT ENTERPRISES 3141 Morgan 883-4351 ARIA DEALERS ALICE Archie's Refrign. ARANSAS PASS Howe 5-lec. Co. BEEVILLE Smejkal Eiec. Co. KINGSVILLE McCracken Elec. Ser. PREMONT Zack's Appliance ROCKPORT M M Elec. Ser. Rockport Refrign. TAFT County Wide Ser.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free