Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 8, 1969 · Page 2
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ft §Ukk6flN Tutl&y, My 8, DEATHS GUY R. SCMULT2 « . » rites Wednesday Guy R, Schultz, 58 Services for Guy R. Schultz, 58, of Katy will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Wrignt's Funeral Home. Rites will also be held at Katy at 7 p.m. today. Burial will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday In May Cemetery. Paul Wallace, minister, will officiate. Mr. Schultz died Monday in Katy after a brief illness. He was born in May in January of 1911 and attended Rising Star High School and Daniel Baker College where he later graduated with a bachelor of arts degree. He was a four-year varsity tackle on the football team at Daniel Baker. A member of the Church of Christ, he married the former Emma Donahoo Jan. 1, 1941 at Brownwood. He had been associated with the Texas-New Mexico Pipeline for 23 years, a position he held at the time of his death. He had lived in Katy since 1960. Survivors include his wife; a son, Guy Bob of Katy; a brother, Truett Schultz of Roswell, N.M.; a sister, Mrs. C. V. Cunningham of Ruidosa Downs, N.M.; and a number of nieces and 'nephews. Charlie Cowart, 82 ELM GROVE - Last rites for Charlie M. Cowart, 82, of Elm Grove community, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Richland -.-.?Springs Church of Christ •with .burial in Varga's Cemetery. Howell-Doran Funeral Home of San Saba is in charge. Mr. Cowart died at 5:30 a.m. Monday in a rest home in Brownwood. He was a retired stock farmer. He was born Feb. 15, 1887 in San Saba County. A member of the Church of Christ and the Masonic Lodge, he was married to Jane McCluskey Feb. 23; 1915: in San Saba County. ' Survivors are his wife; twoi daughters, Mrs. Mary Hall of Alexandria, Va. and Mrs. Lewis McDonald of East Point, Ga.; a sister, Mrs. Jewel Christmas of Richland Springs, sJx grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. il§e 1, Thate, 66 COLEMft-FuMra] for Ele<5 E. Thate, 66, brother of W. M. thate of Santa Anna, who died Monday ifl an oti field accident ftear Burkett, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Stevens Funeral Home with burial in fiurkett Cemetery. Joe Temple of Abilene will officiate. Mr, Thate apparently struck his head on a piece of pipe while repairing a pulling Unit in the oil field, peace officers said. Justice of the Peace Walter Holt pronounced him dead at the scene. He was born Aug. 26, 1902, in Arizona and spent most of his life in Coleman County. He mar* ried Minnie Ola Edington of CoJeman in 1922. He was an oil field operator afld a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are his wife; one daughter, Mrs. W. 0. Russell of Waco; one brother, W. H. of Santa Anna; two sisterS t Mrs. A. M. Brown of Abilene and Mrs. George Harrison of Austin; one granddaughter and one grandson. Alton D, Arnold, 60 Services for Alton D. Arnold, i 60, of 2211 Ave. C are set for 4 p.m. Wednesday at Davis Morris Funeral Home. Burial will be in Pleasant Vally Cemetery. Mr. Arnold, a lifetime resident of Brown County, died Monday at 5:10 p.m. in a local doctor's office after a sudden illness. He was born Nov. 19, 1908, in Brown County, and had Jived in Brownwood since 1951. He was married to Mabel Powell May 3, 1958 in Brownwood. A member of the Holder Baptist Church, he was employed * and FUNERALS MRS, JOE REESE . . . riteg set Mrs. Joe i, Reese Services for Mrs. Joe E. Reese, 70, of 1108 Phillips Dr. will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Bartlett United Methodist Church with the Rev. Ray Elliott of Brownwood officiating. Burial will be in Bartlett with Goodnight Funeral Home there in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Reese died Monday at 1:50 p.m. at St. Paul's Hospital in Dallas. Born Jan. 22, 1899 in Rockdale, she married Joe Reese in Marietta, Okla. July 11, 1932. She was a member of the Central United Methodist 3M Promotion* TO Kuntz and Others ftwffibtlffli 8f ftnftld 8. Kufite pfisi erf 1261 Fifst St. ft manager, Reflective Products International Division in St. Paul, Minn. was annouhcied today fay the 3M Company. Me has been production super- Ifitendertt at the Bfownwood 3M plant since early ISefi. fhe cofnpatty also announced today the pfofllotion 6f Robert 0. Topness of 341? DufharH afld . Sam Spain of 2207 14th t6 ductidft supervisors at the Brownwood plant, and of F>6d Boshefs of 2407 13th and A! Costa of Sunset Dr. as general foreman of the local plant. ,. in his itew capacity, Kunta will be responsible for the production operations in the manufacture of reflective products in its' over* Kuntz, a 1957 Chemical En* gineeHng graduate of the Uni< versity of Iowa, joined SM in 1961 as a divisional process en* gineer. After several production assignments in St. Paul, he and his family moved to Brdwnwood in 1965. He was supervisor of production and process engineer' ing during the start-up of the local plant. Kuntz and his wife, Betty, lave three children - Roger, Michael and Lori. He has served In Brownwood as a scouting charter • commitleeman, First Ihristian Church board, PTA officer, Klwanis director and Spifi is I paduatS of flfcas A&M. He joified 3M BfOWnwocd in iS6S where he has obtained e*pefience in process and quality cofltfol, and most recently as general foreman in the mak* ing depa-ftfflenl. Mis ti6W position will be to supervise production in the shipping, converting, roll packing and making depart* rnents. He and his wife, Nancy, have three children -» Stan, Kelly and Sandra. BoshefS and his Wife, Barbarai have two daughters, Karen and Paula. He is a graduate of North Texas State University and University of Texas at Arlington and joined 3M in 1&66 as a quality control engineer. His subsequent experience as a maker foreman and factory prdeess engineer and will be assigned as general foreman of the vapor coating and press departments. Costa and his wife, Sylvia, have two children, Vaughn and Cynthia. Joining 3M in 1965, he was a foreman in the making and particle departments. His new position will find him serving the particle department as general foreman. president • elect, Quarterback Club committee member, Brown County United Fund director, freshman league vice-president, and Civic Music Assoc. committee member. Mrs. Kuntz has al- Church, the Brownwood Garden i so fo\d offices and committee Club and the Brownwood Iris Society. Survivors include her husband; two sisters; two brothers; and several nieces and as a maintenance worker for the nephews. Brownwood Housing Authority. Survivors include his wife; one stepson, Dwaine Powell of; r-i j Fridav El Paso; two stepdaughters, j ^ IO5in 9 rnaay Mrs. Leon Wells of Alvarado j por Bible School and Mrs. Bobby McDaniel of Temple; his mother, Mrs. Alice ' Commencement excercises Arnold of Brownwood; two and parents night will be held brothers, Velmer of Kermit and Friday to climax vacation Bible j and milling, vapor coating, and Audrey of May; four sisters, i school activities at Ml. Zion Bap- Mrs. Myrtle Smith of Sylvester,! list Church here. | Mrs. Lila Murphey of Rising j The program will begin at 8 Star, Mrs. Fannie Douglas and p.m. at the church. assignments in cub scouting, church work, PTA, Civic Music Assoc., and other civic drives. The Kuntz family will be moving to St. Paul within the month. Topness, a chemical engineering graduate of Washington State University, joined 3M in 1963. He and his wife, Roberta, moved to Brownwood in 1968. He has served as general foreman in the Brownwood Plant, and in his new capacity will supervise production in the particle, mixing Woman Injured In City Mishap A woman was injured in a car-pedestrian accident today shortly before 9:30 a.m. The mishap occurred at Center and East Anderson. Taken to a local physician's office for treatment of arm injuries was Mrs. Edith Lindsey of Sunset Terrace. She was struck by a car driven by William G. Streckert of 2801 First St. The accident was reported to Brownwood police at 9:31 a.m. A two-car mishap with no injuries was reported at 12:15 p.m. Monday from 309 Center Ave. Involved were a 1967 car driven by Vivian McCafee Ferguson of Brownwood and a 1965 auto driven by Windell Hodges Day of 2022 Vincent St. HOSPITAL li!l!fllllllffi!l» (EDITOR'S NOTt: Infofffia- §sfigs -4frs. Leo Gable, tioti for this column released by authority of patient or relative.) MEMORIAL ttOSPlf AL Admissions Saturday Bfowfiwood—Mrs. ftbgef Wai- lacl, 204 Crescent; Mrs. Duahe Kippef, 1164 Vincent St.; Mrs. John Edward Woods. Brown- wdqd Nursing Home; Mrs. Paul J. Stephens, 2502 Ave. D; Mrs. Amos Carlisle; Mrs. W. E. Kelley, 266? Main Blvd. Saturday Abilene—Mrs. Roger Ribble arid baby. Mercury — Miss Ruby Beck' ham. Cisco "-Troy Ray Watson. Admissions Sunday Brownwood —Mrs. Larry Net* tleship, 1601 Ave. C; Mrs. Joel Andrade. 2409 Ave. M; John C. Adfflisstofis Bf6WfiW6dd-Maflha Helleffis, 110? LaMont» Dr.; Mrs. Torn Huddleston. m. 4; Mrs. Altha Powell, 608 E. Depot St. Cross Plains —Mrs. M. J. Kelly. Dismissals Monday Bfownwood —Mrs. Edgar M. .„„•, 811 Vincent St.: Mrs. Hood, m. 1; John C. Cal* houn 111, 2100 Sixth St. is —Mrs. Amy McCor- V MAfL W m* |»*i'* M u win,. s*ft t . atwrwi* ef*«it*£f m fhii 6*p*r irta llii*ht.f» »H.M »t .. Wf*. ...» MEMBER OP THE ASSOClSfie The Associated PfliL I* IMttied «». i-luslveiy '6 use fnr pumftgrleft »ii nsw» printed IB this n**spip*r «1 Will ti art ttttniii. mick. BIRTHS A son, Von Royce, to Mr. and Mrs. Royce Wallace of 204 Crescent, July 5, Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. S. W. Mitchell of Brownwood. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Wailace of Bangs. tj H. Wakefleld, - Dawn < td Brady Ave.; Mr anc fMrs. Duane Kipper of Mrs. 0. L. Chrane, 507 E. Depot St.; Eugene Newton, 1609 Second St. Bangs — Mrs, Emma Ivy. Dismissals Sunday Brownwood — Mrs. Amos Carlisle; Mrs. Eugene C. Thomas and baby, 1117 Santa Clara; Mrs. Duane Kipper and baby, 1104 Vincent St.; S. F. Newton,! Hospital.""Maternal"' grandpar Park Homes. I cnts ' are Mrs- A . M . Qualjs O f 1104 Vincent. July 5, Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Lonnie Evans Jr. of Brownwood. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kipper of San Angelo. A daughter, Jo Etta, to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Carlisle of 2600 Clothing Class Opens Monday The homemakini department of Brownwood Hign School will offer classes in clothing con- structioti for out * of- school youths and adults. I Classes will begin at 9 a.m. i Monday in the high school 11- brary and anyone interested may register at that time. i There are no charges but par- iticipants will be asked to furnish the fabric with which to work. Those interested in beginning construction may register Monday. Those unable to register at that time may do so the following Monday, July 21. Beginning July 21 classes will be offered in advanced construc- Abilene St.. July 5, Memorial j lion and tailoring. Blanket —Mrs. Clara Caldwell. Mrs. Jewell Smith both of Bible school classes are from Brownwood; two halfsisters, j 4 to 6 p.m. and snow cones will Mrs. Zula Stubblefield and Mrs. Lotie Williams of Brownwood; and four grandchildren. be served each day, according to the pastor, the Rev. D.C. McNeal. Lone Star Workers Vote To Strike If Necessary DALLAS (AP) — Spokesmen say members of a union representing more than 400 Lone Star Gas Co. employes have voted to authorize a strike if it's needed to win a satisfactory contract. This outcome of a mall ballot was disclosed Monday night by J.R, Byrd, president of Local 4-499 of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union, The union bargains for meter readers, machise operators, laborers, truck drivers, warehous men, appliance servicemen, shop clerks and transmission line repairmen. They work in a Dallas area serving 232,000 natural gas customers. Byrd said authority to call a strike now belongs to the union's bargaining committee and it is willing to resume negotiations with Lone Star Gas. There was no immediate comment from company officials. One of the major points at CANDY SUPPLY ROUTE Man or women te rettock new type coin dlfpeniert I with high qwlity package candy product!. NO SiUINSI DEPENDABLE PERSON CAN EARN UP TO 1800.00 A MONTH Part »r full time petitions needed in thii «rw, Re* quirt* -Wi MchBBfi ef reference*, $1450 t» I $2990 csjh, »ecu red by inventor/ and equipment. for «ri«n«l Jntirvisw, ^%^ «f>4'.'" to; Sfrqtegic Franchise* Dipt* 25 m '*'*< 590 S««ti» fr»y^uiti "° A PiJl0i< TUMI 752Q1 issue, Byrd said, is a Lone Star Gas offer of a 3 per cent pay raise to workers drawing either 451 per month witnout overtime and before taxes, or $1.94 per hour. He said the union seeks increases of 5Mt to 7V4 per cent to match what it considers the national averages of isdustry wage boosts in the past year. Another union spokesman reported little progress toward settling a strike in negotiations Monday between OCAW Local 4-478 and representatives of other Lone Star divisions and subsidiaries at Athens. The union claims 170 employes have been cal fertilizer plant at Kerens since pickets were posted there last week. B'wood Wil( Host Hereford Session JUNE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE J) $9,400; district $25,485. Figures for the six months cumulative period show Brown County with 45 personal injury accidents; 94 property damage accidents; and 94 persons injured. Property damage for Brown County for the first six months of the year totaled $127,180. Property damage for the d> tript for the six, months period totaled $238,341. The annual membership meet- Ing and a one-day tour of West Texas Polled Hereford Assn. members' ranches will highlight activities for the two day meeting of the WTPHA here Friday and Saturday, July 18 and 19. Tne annual membership meeting will follow a social hour and dinner Friday at the Riverside Motor Hotel in Brownwood. The dutch treat dinner will be served at 8 p.m. Election of officers and .directors will be held is connection with the Friday night meeting. Also to be discussed will be the annual sale held each year in Abilene. The Saturday morning tour will originate at the Riverside Motor Hotel and move to Dr, J, B, Stephens' place at Bangs, then on to Carl Sheffields' at Brookesmith and back to Bob Ross's ranch before lunch. The lunch stop will be at Claude and Jgckie Wheat's near Blanket. Lunch will be served by host members of the tour. Following lunch the tour will vjsjt the Nelson Wheat and Jack Oleson ranches followed by a stop at the Loyd Schul place near Cornanche. Schul is a new member of the association. The tour will conclude at Dr. C. B. Cathey's Cow Creel? ranch at Hamilton. Tour committee includes Carl Sheffield, chairman with Nelson Wheat and Robert Carlisle assisting. Sam Wells and Sheffield mapped the tour route. HIKE- (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) effect. Indicated rate changes for commercial vehicles provide an • of Brownwood. A daughter. Elizabeth Paige, to Mr. and Mrs. Joel Andrade of 2409 Ave. M, Memorial Hospital. Maternal erandoarents are Mr. and Mrs. Nick Parsons of Grosvenor. Paternal grandmother Is Mrs. Julia Andrade of Brownwood. A daughter, Leah Allison, to ; 11 per cent reduction in bodily j Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nettleship; injury liability, 2.1 per cent cut | of 1601 Ave. C, July 6 Memorial Emphasis will be given to the , buying of fabrics, pattern alter- Brownwood and John E. Gober • alion an( j construction d&tails. i Mrs. Walter Dickens and Mrs. :Gene Tongate will be instruc- i tors. Further information conj cerning the clothing classes • may be obtained by calling J Brownwood Senior High School ! any week day morning. in property damage liability and a 3.4 per cent increase in physical damage coverage, including collision and comprehensive insurance. "The causes of the increase in physicial damage result from Grass Fires Keep Hospital. Maternal_grandpar- Firemen Hopp/Hg ents are Mr. and Mrs. Al K. Smith of Chilton. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Nettleship of Brownwood. DALLAS—A daughter, Shannon Leigh, to Mr. and Mrs. sharp—I man sharp—increases j James P. Griffin in Dallas, in the cost of labor for auto- Presbyterian Hospital, June_25. mobile repairs," said CITY- (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) gardless of what zone they might be in. On other matters this morning councilrnen: ONE — Passed on third and final reading an ordinance requiring a $1,000 bond from all asphalt contractors operating in the city, TWO—Passed on first reading an ordinance calling for assessment paving on Chestnut St. from Edwards to Bailey. The ordinance approval followed a public hearing where three residents of the afected area spoke in favor of the paving project. No one was present to oppose the work, Assistant city manager Virgil Gray told councUmen IMPACT COMING JULY 14 repairs," said Board member Ned Price. lie said, for example, thai last year the grill on a new Ford LTD could be replaced for $62. This year, he said, it cost $138 to replace a new Ford LTD's grill. Labor costs for auto repairs have gone up 40 per cent in the Houston area in three years, Price said. In the Dallas were he said parts and labor together have risen by 25.4 per cent since 1965. Paradoxically, safer cars have reduced indicated liability costs for hospital care but have increased them for auto repairs, Manford said, "An element of collapsibility has been built into cars ... front ends, rear ends and bumpers are a good deal softer. The purpose is to absorb shock. the project includes 1,957 feet and that owners of 1,527 feet have signed their willingness to participate. THREE—Passed on the first rtading an ordinance rezoning Lots 3 and 4, Block 11, and Lot 1 and part of Lot 2, Block U, in the Coggin Addition from B residential to C retail. The zoning change, if passed on three readings, will permit operation of an art studio and gallery at 1611 Austin Ave. That ordinance was also passed following a public hearing for which two persons were present. No one expressed opposition to the change. •BLUFFVUE' DRIVE-IN THEATRE NOW SHOWING Maternal grandparents are Mrs. B. H. Sawyer and Joe A. McCluskey, both of Brownwood.; Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffin of Rich-; ardson. Maternal great-grandparents are the Rev. and Mrs.; W. M. McCluskey of Brown-j wood and paternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stockard of Santa Anna. DENVER, Colo. —A son, David Alan, by adoption, to Mr, i and Mrs. Russel Reese of Den-1 ver, Colo., June 25. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Myldred '. Graves of Brownwood and Clarence Graves, also of Brown-; wood. Paternal grandmother is i Mrs. Dalla Reese of Abilene. Two grass fires besides the big one at Richland Springs and one home blaze kept the Brownwood firemen busy most of the afternoon and part of the night Monday. Five acres of grass burned in the Csmp Bowie area shortly after 12:30 p.m. Brownwood firemen answered the call at 12:47 p.m. Damage to the wall behind a cook stove was reported from a blaze at the Hilton Burks residence located at 2611 Ave. D. The call was answered at 5:20 p.m. Three acres of grass burned on the Indian Creek Road in the Camp Bowie area Monday night. Brownwood firemen answered the call at 9:13 p.m. Store Destroyed By Blaze Today SAN SABA (BBC) - Fire gutted the Country Store, a gro- j eery just inside the city limits on Highway 16, at 2 a.m. today. The building and contents were a total loss. Operators of the store were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hjbler. Watt Brown had operated the store prior to his retirement last year. It had been a grocery since 1932. Origin of the fire was unknown and was we!) under way when firemen arrived. The owner reportedly had some insurance on the building. Plastic Flowers On |< Sale at Local Firm Plastic flowers made by the senior citizens at the Brown County Multi-Purpose and Cordell Community Centers are on sale at the JRB Family Center, 600 Center Ave. Proceeds from the sale will enable senior citizens to purchase materials with wnich to construct more plastic flowers. The project is sponsored by Central Texas Opportunities and is a phase of the arts and crafts recreation program of the SOS organization. SENDING or RECEIVING EXPRESS Call MORGAN EXPRESS & TEX-PACK EXPRESS for Free Pickup Dial 646-0751 200 Homines ••••••••••••^••••••••••••P^J^gM HELD OVER I INTERSTATE'S OWI DOWNTOWN >H 646 O44< -NOW- hi itrantttit Ho tvtr tp trq<k a kjllt WAYNE CAMPBELL SUPER CO-HIT! GHEEN Bencrs CAMP BOWIE DR1VEIN THEATRE Adulh,.,$l,QQ Children,,, FREE STAND BACK 007! tm MOVE OVER HARPER I MAKE WAYFOR

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