Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on November 29, 1967 · Page 2
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4I6WNW66B BUllfctfN . 59, DEATHS , * * and FUNERALS Mrs, John Lewg, 88 fWerf§§n Leek§H, $7 SANTA ANNA mfeC) - Fu- Funeral for Waffen . ftrtal fof Mrs. John Lowe, 88, i 57. of 806 Austin Ave will be was to be at 2:30 p.m. today at i Thursday at 4 p.m. at St. John s Northside Baptist Church with ! Episcopal Church with grave- burial in Santa Anna Cemetery. I side Masonic rites at Greenleaf Hosch Funeral Home was in Cemetery. . Wright's Funeral Home is 5ft charge of arrangements, Mr, Lockett died Tuesday at his residence after a brief ill* ness. charge of arrangements. Rev. R. D. Parnell was to officiate. Mrs. Lowe died Monday night Ifl a Coleman hospital after a,- , , . MA . „ bfief illness I Bott1 Feb ' 6 ' 191 ° '? > fiofn Sebt 4 1879 in Burnet Angelo, he was a member of Coun f ty, !he v^s a reSideS of ! the St. John; s .Episcopal I Church Sahta Attha 40 years. She was | He .was raised in B^ w< gJ a member of the Northside Bap- j and attended school here H ttst Church. The former Vida "fd owned the ^ckettRefriger- Glasscock, she was married to aj°n Service here for a num- ' his sister, ' include two sons, Be 11 Scott df San s, Mrs. j Thelma Lowry of "Santa Anna j and Mrs. Nell Baird of Bronte; ! two brothers, Abb Glasscock of > Earth and Joe Glasscock of Truscott; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Lowe of Portales, N.M., Mrs. Elizabeth Hall of Hereford and Mrs. Moda Sliger of De Leon; 12 grandchildren and . seven-great-grandchiidren. Mrs, Estelle M. Whyte COLEMAN -~ Services for Mrs. Estelle M. Whyte, 74, will' be Thursday in the First Methodist Church in Temple with burial in Bellwood Memorial Park in Temple. I Stevens Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Whyte died at her home Tuesday at 1:10 p.m. after s long illness. Born Oct. 19, 1893 in Lyons, she had lived in Coleman since 1961. She had been a Temple resident for 30 years. She was a member of the First Methodist Church in Temple. Survivors include two brothers, D. L. Murray of National Cjty,•-Calif., and W. R. Murray of Albuquerque, N.M.; and two sisters, Mrs. Lonnie Autrey of Whitney and Mrs, J. M. Hare II of one aunt, Miss Grace Lockett of Brownwood. Mrs. Iva T. Yates, 75 COMANCHE (BBC) - Services for Mrs. Iva Tolley Yates, 75, were to be at 2 p.m. today in Comanche Funeral Home with burial in Oakwood Cemetery. Rev. Don Ballinger of Sidney was to officiate. Mrs. Yates died at 9:15 p.m. Tuesday in a McKinney hospital. Born May 30, 1892 at Rising Star, she was a resident of McKinney but had been a resident of Comanche County for the past 65 years. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church. She married Monroe Yates July 8, 1908. He died in 1946. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Elmo Dutton of Garland, Mrs. Gladys Hiatte of Brownwood and Mrs. Byron Newton of Corvallis, Ore,; one son, Ivan Yates of Santa Cruz, Calif.; one brother, Hugh Tolley of Artesia, N. M.; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. HOSPITAL iiiiiiiiiiiiiRiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiniM^ TALKS ON HOUSING—Low cost housing for low income rural persons was the subject of discussion of a joint meeting of the Federal Housing Ad. ministration and Community Action Agency Tuesday in the Agricultural Building here. Seated are left, Marlis C. Barker, district supervisor of FHA, Kerrville Louis W. Lee, rural hous- ing loan officer, Temple; standing, left, C, Lee Smith, housing migrant division, Texas Office of Economic Opportunity; Elmer L. Foster, district supervisor, Farmers Home Administration, Coleman: and Joe Meador, program consultant of Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity, Lubbock. (Bulletin Staff Photo) Harry F. Schwenker BRADY — Services for Harry F. Schwenker, 82, were to be at 2 p,m. today in Wilkerson Funeral Home with burial in Live Oak Cemetery. Mr. Schwenker, longtime publisher of the Brady Standard, died at 7 a.m. Tuesday in a Brady hospital. He was born April 29, 1885 in Burlington, 1906, He became publisher of the Brady Enterprise in 1909 and when the Enterprise was purchased by the Brady Standard the following year, he was named publisher. He retired in 1945 after 37 years as publisher of the Brady newspaper. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. Hugh Lee Gober of Brady, Mrs. Murray Moffat of Fort Worth and Mrs. Robert E, O'Brien of Freeport, La.; a son,' Capt. Harry F. Schwenker Jr. of the Navy medical corps in Bremerton, JC*« -.4. -^ * FuCrOf Four motor vehicle ccidents were re P° rted to .Brownwood Housing Ta//cs Are Held Here Discussion of ways and means to teach low income rural persons to make use of improved housing within their means highlighted the joint meeting of the Federal Housing Administration and 1 the Community Action Agency Tuesday. The joint meeting of 17 persons was held in the agricultural building and was designed to work out plans for the housing representatives of the community action program. Its purpose is to assist families in preparation and plans in securing bids and cost estimates for use of the FHA in preparation of loan dockets. Cost of Living Increases Threee-Tenths for October (EDITOR'S NOTE: Information fof this column released by authority of patient or relative.) MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Admissions Saturday Stephenville — Mrs. £hit Gaines. Dismisals Saturday Srowtiwood — Mrs. Linda P e t r 6 s s, 2008 Austin Ave.; Rowan Eric Moore, 90S frma St.; W. H. Grady, 1805 Brady Ave.; Mrs. W. D. Shores. 500 Second St.; Dan Wyatt, Route 4; Toney Bauer, 705 Coggin Ave. Admissions Sunday Brownwood — Mrs. Donna V. Wagner, 1806 First St.; Mrs. Betty Crump; Mrs. Myrtle Adcock, 1508 Seventh St.; Mrs. W. A. Goosby, 1612% Fourth St.; Mrs. Bertha Stewart, 1307 Ave B. Bangs — Mrs. Edgar D. WiU Hams; Mrs. Lottie Mae Wilson. Slaton — Carri Ann Gray. Blanket — Mike Caldwell. Dismissals Sunday B r o w n w o o d—Charles H. Drury, 2306 Ave. B; Mrs. R. S. Butts, 700 Ave. D; Miss Ruth V. Reynolds; Mrs. Lutie Williams, 809% Ave. D. Admissions Monday Brownwood — Kirk Alen La- Boyteaux, 1611 Campa Dr.; C. Q. Herndon, Rt. 3; Joe Davee, 1007 Booker St.; J S.. Wheat, Star Rt. 3; Leroy Watkins, 1401 Waco St.; 0. E. Nelson, 607 Coggin Ave.; Mrs. J. D. Williams, pa , most ^ses to slippery and f wlnd WASHINGTON (AP) - Liv-1 ing costs rose t h r e e-tenths of one per cent in October, mainly because of higher prices for! new automobiles, clothing and services, the government reported today. Food prices dropped two- t a.m. at Anderson and I Center, a 1966 car driven by Holloway Davis of 2103 5t. was in collision with motor vehicle driven by Fdward C, Holland of Rt. 1. Damage estimated by Brownwood police to both vehicles ! was $285, On the 2000 Block of Austin at 12:11 p.m., a 1965 vehicle driven by Curtis Jack York of of Damage was estimated at $225. ^ t<311:85/ , a ' m \, at R°5elawn and S 600 "^ St. there was an- GROUPS- FROM PAGE 1) Malays Mobilize Defense Groups KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The Malaysian government mobilized civil defense groups today as reports came in of more communal violence between Malays and Chinese in northwest Malaysia. Deputy Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak said the civilians would be deployed along coastal areas where order has been restored to free police and army troops to quell new rioting in the interior, It was the sixth straight day of racial clashes between Malays and Chinese in the northwest part of the country. said Lemmpns was regaining his sight and was able to take nourishment this morning. Pills Are Taken In Abilene Raid ABILENE - An estimated 20,000 stimulant and depressant pills were seized Monday by the federal government from an Abilene osteopath's office because of a civil suit charging he kept improper drug records. The drugs — amphetamine, barbiturates and methamphet- amine — were confiscated by U.S. Deputy Marshall Bill .Black from Dr. Joe Paul Alexander at the McGaha Village, N. Oth and Forrest, Black had no comment on the action. A suit in the U.S. District Court here claims Dr, Alexander kept faulty records over'the past 21 months and failed to note to whom the drugs were dispensed. The petition against Dr. Alexander was signed by Asst. U.S. Atty, Ken Mighell of Dallas, based on a complaint by a U,S, Food snd Drug Administration agent, filed under the Pure Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, David Keith Baker of 4010 GJen- wood, and a J966 car driven by Veta Hitler Chltwood of 22U Elizabeth Dr. Police estimate $275 damage to both vehicles, Center and Adamg St. aU:05 p.m. was the scene of the final i the host city Saturday f^enj. A 1966 ca.r driven by; at a planning session for the Brpwnwood convention. Dr, Carl Landiss of Texas A&M University, 1968 president of the v ,prganiz8tiQ,n, will be in charge pf the meeting. Browflwood, landed the TAH« , P-JSR with a b{d presented by the climber of commerce, Brown- wpod ?ublie School and HP0 at the J$66 convention in Dallas. Prison Term Hire to »ft PteWrt, ret««i$ a verdict cf family, at Gl 1 y p Ave. J. Police damage to both cars Ummons Resfs From Attack Here C, I^«jnmong, farmer CQunty commJ8§ior)w, is rowh improved today Memorial Hospital to a member, qfjfce wi| an ' tea?. r ifldJe8tjB| fie waj rustie4 , OH Brf^sfjen Fwndatlcn gnnt Jim«f 61 Tirry «f FeH Wort^ Iff »« diitrist iff #» O W I t^ *•','-, tenths of one per cent, but this was less than seasonal, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said. In its annual evaluation of automobile prices, the bureau said new car prices went up with introduction of the 1968 model, with retail prices averaging 2.7 per cent higher than a year ago. Manufacturers' prices averaged just 2 per cent above a year aqo, after allowance for net quality improvements in 1968 models. The balance of the retail price increase was attributed to smaller dealer discounts and trade- in allowances and higher sales taxes in certain states as well as higher freight charges. The actual increase in manufacturers' prices for cars averaged $87.54. The bureau said that $29.65 of this increase should be attributed to safety improvements and ?11.20 to changes designed to reduce the output of air pollutants. Commissioner Arthur M, Ross told a news conference that the increase in car prices is "about in line with other durable goods." The consumer price index for October was 117.5 which means it took $11,75 to purchase goods and services that cost $10 in the 1957'59 period on which the index is based. The October index was up 2.6 per cent from a year ago. Ross said the trend of prices in family living costs in October and November seems to be a continuation of "what we have seen in the last sjx months." DR. GORDON CLINARD ... Jead revival Clinard to Head Campus Services Dr, Gordon Clinard, pVesident of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, will preach during the Howard Payne College campus revival, Dec. 4-8, Dr, Clinard is pastor of the First Baptist Church of San Angelo. Randall Purvis, a 1957 graduate of HPC, and currently as* sociated with the First Baptist Church in Pampa ( will be in charge of the music, Robert G. Campbell, director of religious activites, is the general chairman for the revival. 2^09 13th St.: Peffy tf. Cox, 2400 Belmeade Ave. Dismissals Monday Brownwood — Mrs. Betty Crump; Mrs. Bertha Stewart, 1307 Ave. S. Blanket — Mike Caldwell. Stephenvllle - Mrs. Phil Gaines and baby. MEDICAL AntS HOSPITAL Admissions Monday Brownwood—Mrs. Clara Mae Stone, 1609 Belle Plain Ave. Zephyf — Mrs. Sarah Ellen Driskill. May — Pink Abncr Ellis. Dismisals M"flday Bangs — Mrs. Etta May Hester. Comanche—Mrs. Jackie Sue McDonald, Admissions Tuesday Comanche — Mrs. Joy Jean Hunter. BIRTHS A daughter, De'ora Genenee, to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gaines of Stephenville, Nov. 26, Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Muncey of New York. Paternal grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Worth Gaines of Brownwood. A daughter, Melinda Sue, to Mr. and Mrs. John Howze of 705 Wood St., Nov. 27, Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Broughton of Brownwood. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Lula Howze of Brownwood. A daughter, Merisha Gail, to Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Fergeson of 1004 Booker St., Nov. 8. Medical Arts Hospital. Maternal grandparents are jMr. and Mrs. Marcel Coleman of 2307 Vincent St. and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fergeson of 2405 12th St. A daughter, Stephani Michelle, to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gene Siner of 1519 Austin Ave., Nov. 11, Medical Arts Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Campbell of j California. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fields of Oklahoma. A son, Brent Alan, to Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. McDonald of Comanche, Nov. 25, Medical Arts Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Beaty of Comanche. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Claude McDonald of Oklahoma, A daughter, Melisa Christine, to Mr. and Mrs. James H. Freeland of Denton Nov. 22 in Flow Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert George of Marshall, Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Freeland of Brownwood. A daughter, Paula D'On, to Mr. and Mrs, Donald P. Reaves Nov. 25, in Odessa. Maternal are Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Smith of Cleburne and paternal grandfather is Dowl Reaves of Odessa, Mrs. Reaves is the former Lolieta Smith of Brownwood. Brownwood Bulletin »i»; trts Surtaiy WOOb P 1UJ, cliii . BROWN. 0. 6«* . Jseeni uBLISHlfoO CO.-, eoa. T«xM if 6ra*ftW*3<J, W66&S6&, Po NORMAN FISHER, Editor SubicHpnon r*tfs. BY CARRIER 6Y WEEK: <8 cenli. BY MAIL In fhe following counlleii Callahan, EasllSnd, Erafli, Comsnche, ftarhlKori, Mills, San Sab*, McCulloch, Coleman and Brown J1S.40 per yeari sisewdert J51.M per year. . MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press fs exclusively t>n- Hiled to .h« use for publication o» nil the local news published herein. All Monti ol republlcstlon of special dls- new* dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also rights ol republics) ion of special dispatches are also reserved. li Sa/es Tax Quesf/ons if you have a question concerning the sales tax election scheduled in Brownwood Dec. 5, write it to The Brownwood Bulletin. Q. How are city operations financed now? A. Of the current city budget, 57.2 per cent of the income is paid by water, sewer and sani- Itary charges. Taxes provide only 26.8 per cent of budgeted income. Q. How much will the City of Brownwood received from a 1 per cent sales tax? A. Based on current sales tax collections in Brown County, Brownwood should receive about $160,000 annually from a city sales tax. Breedlove Due Home Shortly Judge William 0. Breedlove is expected back in Brownwood the latter part of the week, according to his secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Williams. Judge Breedlove is a patient at Holloman Air Force Base Hospital in New Mexico where i he has been for the past few ' days suffering from a gall blad- ! der attack. He was stricken last j weekend while visiting his son, Captain William 0. Breedlovn III who is stationed at the base. THIS CUDDLY';UTTl| BLUE POODLE V/IU THRILL BOTH THE ONLY; t"*V "*V"* • fc' ; 4.v* 'JQNE'TO-A £'& •CUStOMER)- 1<W§ NO i INTEREST OR .^ CARRYING MKT Train Has Lasf De Leon Run DE LEONf(BBC) - The last Missouri — Kansas — Texas train from De Leon to Waco made its run Tuesday. There are no other trains through De L«m except for the 25 miles of track from Gorman to Dublin, going through De Leon, Shell of Gorman operates this train. Men employed by the MTS Railroad will be placed at other localities. 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