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Corpus Christi, Texas
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Friday, June 30, 1967
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16 CORPUS CHRISTI TIMES, Fri., June 30, 1967 RETIREMENT CEREMONY -- Cmdr. M. A. 'Tony' Feher (left) a second generation naval aviator, retired today in ceremonies at NAS attended by Rear Adm. R. A. Macpherson (right) chief of Naval Air Advanced Training. Feher has 24 years of Naval service. He is the son of a pioneer naval aviator, Cmdr. A. J. Feher, USN (ret.); designated the 93rd naval aviator in 1916. Feher, married to the former Leah Langford of Corpus Christi, lives at 15 Camden Place. They have two children, Leah, 14, and Anthony, 11. He will be general manager of the local Seven-Up Bottling Co. Cmdr. Louis C. O'Neil Jr., former training officer of VT-21, NAAS Kingsville, will relieve Feher as aviation safety officer on the NAATC staff. . , DRAINAGE SOVIETS Continued from Page 1 responsibility for the dangerous "The bombing of the Soviet] ship Mikhail Frunze shows that! these assurances by the Ameri-, can side were not carried out. "The Soviet government with all seriousness warns that the KY piratic actions of the American Air Force will lay upon the government of the United States of America. "The government of the U.S.S.R. states a resolute protest to the government" of the United States of America, insists on effective guarantees jthat similar attacks will be pul rTMTM nn i' t o al1 en(3 and demands strict from Page l lpunishm ent of the guilty." Continued from Page I Clark said that secondary recovery through the introduction of salt water is the only way to get all of the oil and gas out of a well. He said Corpus Christi's economy will suffer greatly if it lost the ?4 million produced annually from Saxet Field operations. "If Garrison is not permitted to continue this service," Clark claimed, "a substantial part of the remaining recoverable, oil will be lost forever through the premature abandonment of producing wells, which cannot afford subsurface injection." EMIL F. BOWERS of Corpus Christi appeared for Somico and told Railroad Commission examiner James C. Herring of recent analysis of the salt content of the water near the 14 wells. He said the highest content was 58,010 parts a million, where Oso Creek enters into Cayo del Oso. That high chloride content, he said, is due to evaporation. Hildebrand interrupted with his findings that the salt content was 75 thousand parts a million where Garrison's ditch rosses Clarkwood. Bowers said is testing was in ''good faith" nd the two men decided a ifference in testing techniques ould possibly have caused the iscrepancy in the two read ngs. Head asked Herring if the Railroad Commission woulc onsider individual applications rom the oil and gas operations vhich would give them. author! y to use Garrison's service a he same time it considers Gar ison's request. Then Robert. B Thompson of Corpus Christi pus Christi for Mobil Gas Corp., E. F. Dueser of Breckenridge for Petroleum Corp. of Texas and Hewett B. Fox of Corpus Christi, an independent operator. HILDEBRAND, WHO spoke last, said an alternate to secondary recovery with salt water was "clearly demonstrated" in the Baldwin Field, where mem- bers'of the President's Water d i l u t i o n Control Advisory ommittee were shown a coop rative venture in the use of njection wells. He said "the commission's riginal no-pit order may well erve as a catalyst in bringing he many operators in Saxet ield together in developing in- ection wells. It is generally ecognized-that'such wells are ;ot economically feasible for ach operator." "Nevertheless, a number of Reports said the Armed Forces Council had heated discussions of the Ky and Thieu The term "marble bomb" refers to anti-personnel bombs that contain metal pellets. The candidacies. Sources said thehpj° s .i_ on hurls tne Pallets in all council had decided to name caretaker government to'-runj,;. Snuth Vietnam while Kv an . - Planes-reportedly, have mai-We bombs to try to Thieu campaigned. But now that the two men are silence antiaircraft guns by kill ing or driving off the gunners i The Soviets said one crew on the same ticket it was notj member was kille(l in { ^ e raid clear if there would _ still be a ) 0 n the Turkestan and- severa (others were injured, for-} The United States first denied mer Premier Duong Van Minhithe Soviet charges. But on June now in exile in Thailand, regis-|20 the State -Department issued tered today for the Sept! 3 pres-|a statement expressing regre caretaker government. To add to the confusion idential election. Minh, a major general who ran South Vietnam for several months- after the and saying it was possible tha American planes hit the Sovie ship · during ' a raid on Nort downfall of N g o D i n h Diem in [Vietnamese-antiaircraft instal late JS63. was made ambassador at large in 1964 after other la t ions. The U.S. statement gave as generals turned him out of of- surances that efforts would b fice. itaken to avoid such incidents in Minn's vice presidential run-]*" 6 future. ._ ning mate, lawyer Tran Ngocj Lieng, a former minister o f j C r a s h I n j u r i e s Fata! welfare under Ky, said Minhi would return to South Vietnam j tomorrow or Sunday. TYLER. Ht -- Richard A j Black. 21, of Jacksonville die So f a r , all indications are that Dearly this morning of head inju the Armed .Forces Counciljries suffered in an auto ace would not permit Minh to re - dent at Jacksonville. The ace enter South Vietnam. It issued a statement last night saying he could not come back for securi- tv reasons. dent occurred Tuesday nigh and Black was transferred t Tyler Medical Center Jacksonville hospital. epresenting Producin DEATHS AND FUNERALS nowledgeable oil men believe he life of the field would be rolonged by injection. In many espects this hearing today is academic,' 1 Hildebrand continued, "because it is obvious that he water of Oso Creek 'and 'ayo del Oso cannot meet the ninimum standards of either he Texas Water Pollution Con- rol Board or the federal government if the dumping of salt brine is permitted." Under s t a n d a r d Railroad Commission procedure examin- ;r Herring will make recommendations to the commission on the basis of today's hearing and then the commission will make its decision. W. H. Montgomery W. H. (Bud) Montgomery, 54, formerly of Corpus Christi, died yesterday morning in Paul, Ida- iio, after suffering a heart attack. Montgomery lived in Corpus Christi from 1930 to 1955 working as an independent oilman. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Betty Lou Tom of Kingsland; two sisters, Mi's. George Ann Moody of Corpus Christi and Mrs. Fred R. Jones of Stillwater, Okla., and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bergen Funeral Home in Shoshone, Idaho, with burial in Shoshcne. Carl 0. Walker Carl 0. Walker, 51, of 3618 Harris, died at 12:15 a.m. today in a local hospital. He was a native of Osceola, Ark. C l i f f o r d Jackson Funeral Home will announce funeral arrangements. Mrs. Davis Daugherty Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. next Wednesday at New Hope Baptist Church for Mrs. Davis Daugherty, 77, of 3242 Slgin, who died Wednesday in a local hospital. Burial will be in Rose Hill Memorial Park under direction of Jackson - Flowers funeral Home. Mrs. Daugherty, whose given name, was Laura, was born in Cuero and had lived!in Corpus Christi 25 years. 10 years ago. He was a member of AUvater Masonic Lodge 622 of Glendale, Calif. He is survived by his wife; his father, S. J. White of Rising Star; three brothers. W. L. White of El Paso, E. W. White of Las Cruces, N.M.. and A. A. White of Rising Star, and two sisters, Mrs. W. R. Roberts of Brady and Mrs. G. S. Hill of Abilene. Seferino Verastigi GEORGE WEST. - Funeral arrangements are incomplete for Seferino Verastigi, 42, who died yesterday after apparently suffering a heart attack while at work. He was a plumber. Among his survivors is a brother, Gilberlo Verastigi of Slain Woman's Body Is Dug Up in Oregon :o., said what many of th others wanted to say: · "WE URGE tlie commissior to make an immediate decisior on this. The commission's 'orde is affecting all the operators in this field and we have no waj of meeting the Nov. 4 deadlin unless the commission acts in a hurry." * My understanding is; that th commission has taken no actio on applications fileo to date." Representatives sitting next to Thompson complimented him for speaking out. One man said, ''We put off filing of our.appli- cation because of the .public sentiment reflected in stories in the paper." Companies in support of Garrison's application are Bowers for Somico, Wallace Scott Jr. of Austin for Texas "Oil and Gas Corp., Frank Douglass of Austin for Sun Ray D-X, Roy Lackey of Alice for Chaplin Petroleum Co.; Jack K. Baumel of Austin for Standard Production and for Houston Natural Gas' Production, Thompson lor Payne Producing Co., Jim W. Curnutt of Corpus Christi for Tarpon Management Co., 0. W. Wallace of Houston for S. W. Leasing Co., W. R. Godsey of Houston, an independent operator; Harry Riskin of Corpus Christi, an independent operator; Seldon B. Graham Jr. of Cor- Sen. Aiken Weds Chief Assistant WASHINGTON, ffl -- Veteran Sen. George D. Aiken, R-Vt, was married today to his long time/chief assistant in his Senate office. Miss Lola Pierotti. His office made only a brief announcement of the marriage and said the senator had ordered that no details be given out. Aiken's first wife died last year. They had four children. .The senator, who is 74, is dean of Senate Republicans. . Miss Pierotti has worked for him" since he was governor of Vermont in 1937-41. He- was first elected to the Senate in 1940. He is a former chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee. She is survived by her husband, who is retired;- three sons, A. T. Daugherty of Corpus Christi, Henry Lee Daugherty of Post and Davis Daugherty Jr. of Eloy, Ariz!; a'sister, Mrs. Willie Hammond'of Waelder; two brothers, Tip Hill of Glen Flora and Willie' G; Hill of Minden. La.; : 12 grandchildren, a great - grandchild .and great - great - grandchild. virs. Ran Wilson Funeral services -for 'Mrs. Ran Wilson, of 4541 Elvira, who died Tuesday, will be. at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Friendship Baptist Church. Burial will be in Rose Hill Memorial Park with Jackson Flowers Funeral -Home in charge. : . .-":. . A native of Uiling,. Mrs.. Wilson moved to Corpup Christi 26 LICENSES Continued froni Page 1 , The prosecution of this type of case is usually assigned to the newest man in the comity attorney's office. Harville said that most of the stay order cases were cleaned from the docket when Curtis Dyer was handling them as assistant county attorney. County Atty. Franklin Smith was not in his office in the courthouse when sought for comment on the cases. -orpus Christi. Verastigi, a native of Live Oak County, was a World War II veteran. Surviving, besides the brother, are his wife, Lupe; a son, Ory Verastigi; a daughter, Miss Mary Louise Verastigi, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Concepcion Verastigi, all of George West; three sisters, Mrs. Dominga Perez of Lamesa and Mrs. Pedra Leos and Mrs. Flora Moya, both of George West, .and his grandmother, Mrs. Calarina Nerios of George West. Brice Funeral Home of Three Rivers will announce funeral arrangements. Mrs. Jeane D. Allison Funeral services for Mrs. Jeane D. Allison, 1333 Ocean Drive, will be at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Service Chapel, Officiating wOl be the Rev. James Kilpatrick, assistant rector at Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal). Burial will be in Rose Hill Memorial Park. A resident of Corpus Christi since 1923, Mrs. Allison died yesterday after a long illness. She was active in civic and church work and was a public PROSPECT, Ore. IT) - The body of a woman believed to have been murdered_in March was found yesterday by the Oregon state police near Prospect, about '15 miles south of Crater Lake National Park. Officers from the Medford District of the state police, accompanied by a sheriff and a policeman from Alabama, dug up the body near a logging road. THE BODY is thought to be that of 27 - year - old Mary Driggs Harris, also known as Mary Ann Driggs of Sherman, Texas. An investigator from the Dallas, Texas, district attorney's office, H. H. Davis, reported several weeks ago that Mrs Driggs had been slain in Ore gon and buried near Cratei Lake. . Davis said Mrs. Driggs, a nale companion and another ouple traveled .to Oregon to"ether, but only three of them ·eturned. He said the woman's ompanion, now in jail in Texis, later admitted he found ilrs. Driggs dead in their motel ·oom. Davis said the man told how le and the other couple buried Mrs. Driggs near a logging road near Crater Lake Park. .. The other man in the group", vho had been held in jail in Alabama, was brought to Oregon by Alabama police to show where Mrs. Driggs had been juried. The names of the other three who were with Mrs. Driggs and he specific towns of the Alabama policemen were not available. : *\ OREGON STATE police said he slaying occurred in Lane qunty, which is about -200 miles from the park. s Lane County Dist. Alty. John Leahy left Eugene late yesterday to go to the Southern Or4 gon area to investigate the evidence. school 1943. teacher froni 1925 to Born in Gatesville, Mrs. Alli;on was graduated from Texas Christian University. She was active in YWCA work and was co-chairman of the Nurses Aid lommittee of. the American Red Cross. Mrs. Allison, a director of the livic'Music Association, was a member of La Retama Club, years ago. Her given, name was Erma Lee. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Lee Cook and Mrs; Jean Cook, both of Houston; a son Willie .B... Wilson of Austin; two sisters, Mrs. Murlene; Beasley and Mrs. Mabel Loj.t. and two brothers, Tommie 'and. Frank Harrison,- all of Corpus-Christi; seven .grandchildren,^ and a great - grandchild. :··" -· Melvin G. White Funeral services for Melvin G. White, 61, of 5917 Hugo manager of the downtown Ship Ahoy Restaurant, will be at p.m. tomorrow at Cage-Mills Funeral Chapel. He died yester day in a local hospital. Burial will', be in Memory Gardens after Masonic rites by Oso Naval Lodge 1282, -AFAM White'moved to. Corpus 'Christ HEARING Continued from Page Union members, law enforce ment officials and Lower Ric Grande Valley farm leader presented' their versions of tin 13-month-old labor dispute dur ing the day-long hearing in th Starr County Courthouse. Sen. Williams said he sent a telegram to Texas Ranger Capt. A.' Y. Alice, asking the lawman to appear before the subcommittee. to "present, your response to and views on" what Williams called "testimony alleging unlawful arrest and trespass on private property, and other violations of individuals' rights by you and other Texas Rangers." The New Jersey senator said he sent copies of the telegrams to Col. Homer Garrison, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety and to Starr County Atty. Randall Nye. Alice did not appear when his name was called at the hearing in Rio Grande City yesterday. he Corpus Christi Country Club, the American Association of University Women, Nueces "ounty Tuberculosis Association and Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal. She assisted in organizing the first guild of the church, ;".-, '.·-.· - ,, . .':'. She worked for Memorial Museum and in 1946 was ap. pointed to serve as a friend of the court to corporation c'o'urt. She also was a charter member of the Knife and Fork Club and a former board member of the Robert L. Moore Community Center; An adopted 'daughter, Miss Ruth.S. Allison, survives her. In addition'to. the daughter, survivors include a sister, Miss Esther Escheyarria Allison of Corpus Christi, and an uncle, Dr. Cleve C. Odomof Temple The family requests that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to a favorite charity. Woman Injured in Traffic Accident Otilia R. Lopez, 38, of 2253 .oritte, was taken to Memorial Wedical Center at 7:55 a.m. May with injuries suffered in a raffic accident : at Morgan and Santa · Fe. She was admitted with a bruised knee! Accident investigator Frankin -Ure said' her auto struck- a utility pole. Dear Aim Landers: / Come off it, Annie girl.; According to you we're supposed to ignore and forgive when somebody calls us kooks just be^ cause we prefer milk to coffee. ''.';· Personally, we can't/ condone such craven con- · duct. Stand up for your ! rights, we say. Insist; upon your right to Knolle, ; . All-Jersey Milk \vhei e v e r and whenever, drinks are served. To all r scoffers and Imlittlers,' tell them loudly and forcefully that not only does Knolle All-Jersey,, Milk taste better than anything, but also about..all those extra proteins' that build you up and never keep you awake... If they're still not co» r ' vjnced, remember you! are the one that Knolle, All-Jersey's been buildup, ing up. 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