Jui y u, DEAJHS- * * and FUNERALS if if Mrs, Balli§ Riehy§8 - Sf Aft ** Last rites fof Mrs. fiallie Blender Rich, 88, !W» to-fce'at 3 p.m. today in Mfttffltalfl fdp Pentecostal Church In the Rofnncy community, Burial was to be in Romney Cemetery with Higginbotham Ptinefal Home of Rising Star in charge. Mfs. Rich was born Jan. 23, 1801, in Hot Springs, Ark. She iMffied Marian Rich Sept, 8, 1901, in Gofmah. He died in 18S4. She died Saturday in a Gorman hospital. Survivors are five sons, Mer- tOfc of Quemada, C. 0. of Odessa, C. L. of Cisco, L. A. of Dem- itling, N. M. and Z. E. of Coaho- ftta; one daughter, Mrs. Dora Mulsey of Odessa: four brothers, Robert Woods, of Phoenix, Ariz., David Woods of Dallas, N. S. Woods of Sominole and Brad Woods of Corpus Chrisli; two sisters, Mrs. Vicie Collins of Gorman and Mrs. Carrie Koonce of Odessa; 18 grandchildren and 38 great - grandchildren. Fred Tidmore, 78 COMANCHE (BBC) - Fred .Tidmore, 78, of 802 N. Travis, died at 9 p.m. Sunday at his home. Services for the retired farmer are to be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Comanche Funeral Home with Clarence Bryant, minister of the Church of Christ, officiating. BuriaJ will be in Stag Creek Cemetery. Mr. Tidmore was born Feb. 20, 1891 in Comanche County. He married Lula Partina Everitt on April 22, 1923. She died Aug. 14, 1928. He was a veteran of World War I. Survivors are a son, Kenneth of Comanche; two daughters, Mrs. Elmer Clark of Junction City, Kan. and Mrs. C. P. Doty of Travis AFB, Calif.; one brother, R. L. of Rotan; one sister. Mrs. Dora Smith of Sidney; four grandchildren. Jam§§ F, Tayler, 14 STAR - Fuftefal fof James Franklin Taylof, 84, of May, who died Sunday in a Co- mahche hospital were to be at 3 p.m. today in First Baptist Church here with Clyde Kelly of Cross Plains officiating. Burial Was to be in Lost Creek Cemetery iti Brown County with Migginbotham Funeraj Home in charge. He was born April 18, 1885, in Alabama and married Laura Wheeler March 20, 190?, in May. She preceded him in death. He was a retired farmer > Survivors are two sons, W. R. of May and Horace of Rising Star; two daughters, Mrs. W. R. Hancock of Abilene and Mrs. Eula Chambers of Brownwood; one brother, L. H. Taylor of Brownwood; two sisters, Mrs. W. L. Hull of Wichita Falls and Mrs. J. L. Lancaster of Rising Star; four grandchildren and seven great - grandchildren. Justin White, 50 Services for Justin White, 50, of Stanfield Ariz., were held today at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church here. Burial was in Pleasant Valley Cemetery. The Rev. James Aaron officiated with Davis - Morris Funeral Home in charge of arrange - ments. Mr. White died after a brief illness. Born May 4, 1919, in Brown County, he was a farmer and a member of the Catholic church. He had lived in Arizona since 1953 and was a former resident of Brown County. Survivors include four sisters, Miss Catherine White and Mrs. j M. T. Gammon, both of Browni wood, Mrs. C. M. McKinney of ! Corpus Christi and Mrs. F. X. Rudroll of Norfolk, Neb. ; a brother, Carl White of Brownwood; four nieces and two nephews. Nine Items On Agenda For Council Nlfi« iterni, Deluding conJld- fefaliofl of plat flppidval for South Paik Subdivision and first feeding of an ordinance annexing South Park Plata, are oh Tuesday's Brown wood CouficU agenda. City Agenda fof the t:30 meeting in the council chamber of city hall: 1 — Invocation . 2 — Approval of the minutes of the previous meeting. 3 ~ Approval of claims and accounts. 4 — Second reading of an ordinance changing Lots 3 and 4, Block 11, Coggin Addition, and Lots 1 and a part of Lot 2, Block 0, Cogglh Addition to "C" Re- 5 De Leon Girls Eye Peanut Title tail. 5 Second reading of an froffl Be Lldfi will V16 fef the Comanche County Peanut Prift- cess crown this Saturday night at PAR Country Club on Lake Proctor. They will be competing with five contestants from Comanche and one from Giistine for the right to represent the county irt the state contest later in the year at EasUand. The pageant will begin at 9 p.m. Saturday at poolside. C. L. Mohon Jr. of De Leofi will be master of ceremonies and Victor Scott of Comanche will crown the princess. The girls will be interviewed by the judges after a noon luncheon at the country club. De Leon contestants are: Sue Mohon, daughter of Mr. ordinance providing for the pav- j and Mrs. Tommy Mohonl Spotv ing of Chestnut Street from Ed- S0 red by the Peach and Melon wards to Bailey Streets. F'cstival, she is 17 and a high 6 — The chief of police will ; SC hool senior, give a report on the activities of \ Becky Heickman, 17, daugh- the police department for the f cr O f Rev. and Mrs. Ralph month of June. 7 — Approval of change order No. 1 on Contract No. 2 for additional paving on Hart Road. 8 — Consideration of plat approval for South Park Plaza Subdivision. 9 — First reading of an ordinance annexing South Park Plaza. Heickman, sponsored by De Leon Lions Club. Two Accidents In City Today Two parly morning traffic accidents were reported on South Broadway here today. There were no injuries from cither mishap. Main and South Broadway was the scene of a two-car accident reported at 9:02 a.m. Involved were a 1969 model driven by Dorothy R. Sellers of Evant and a 1957 car driven by Jacob S. Hart of Star Rt. 3, Brownwood. Another accident was reported to Brownwood police at 9:25 a.m., this time from South Broadway and Center. The two cars in the mishap were a 1962 car driven by Mary B. West of 801 Main St. and a 1963 model driven by John N. Bowman of —Astros (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) dertaking and appears to us as a giant, appears to us as divine, not in himself but in his principle and in his destiny." The three astronauts spent most of Sunday in the crew quarters, but Armstrong and Collins took an hour each for some flying in conventional craft. They had planned to go to the beach, but rain intervened. Armstrong practiced moon landings in a helicopter while Collins flew a T38 jet trainer. Aldrin entertained his father, retired Air Force Col. Edwin E. Aldrin Sr., who was an aerospace pioneer. The father held several crosscountry biplane speed records and was aboard the German dirigible "Hindenburg" when she made her first trans-Atlantic round-trip flight. State Bank No. 1984 Consolidated Report of Condition of SOUTHWEST STATE BANK of Brownwood in the State of Texas and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on June 30, 1969. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks (Including $7,765.02 unposted debits) 2. U.S. Treasury securities 8. Other loans 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ., 10, Real estate owned other than bank premises .. 13.' Other assets .,'.'. '; 14.' TOTAL ASSETS ;' LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 17. Deposits of United States Government 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .. 20, Deposits of commercial banks 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc g2. TOTAL' DEPOSITS $5,931,734.67 (a) Total demand deposits ,..$2,577,302.98 (b) Total time and savings deposits $3,354,431.69 37, Other liabilities 88, TOTAL LIABILITIES $1,290,082.13 1,564,560.44 3,535,564.41 34,875.53 58,870.77 88,672.97 $6,572,634.25 $2,346,897.40 3,259,431 69 42,980.70 180,500.00 27,032,00 74,892.88 122,160,22 $6,053,9,P0.89 RESERVED ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 31. Other reserves on loans 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ,.. 3,041.95 2,041.95 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 85. Equity capital, total (sum of items 37-40 below) , , 37, Common stock-total par value ,,.,. (No, shares authorized 20,000) (No. shares outstanding 20,000) 38, Surplus 39, Undivided profits 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 4?, TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND 'CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (sum of items $8, 33 and 41 above .,., 516,601.41 200,000.00 200,000.00 116,681.41 516,691.41 $6,572,634.25 }, Average ol total deposits for the J5 calendar days ending with call date ............... 5,749.987 59 g, Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date . ......... ,.,. 3,001,577,4? . 3» Pflwwd discount on Installment loans *"' "included }n total capital accounts ........ 110,828.53 1. FINIS BUTLER, Cashjer of the above-named fcanfc, do solemnly (swear, affirm) that this report P| condition Js frtt? an<J correct, to the best of my knowledge ana belief. FINIS BUTLER LOUIS R. EPDINS, JR. £E.Q-RGE, M. CREWS • «f -Texas, Cpuaty of grown, ss: 7 '.'Sworn, ip 804 subscribed, before m,e this Uth 4ay Wd J hereby certify that I m AQt «o Pfttw* Reds Said Mounting New Drive SAIGON (AP) - U.S. forces fought a series of skirmishes with enemy forces "on the move" in provinces northwest of Saigon where Amercan officers say a new Communist push may be developing, the U.S. Command said today. A total of 52 enemy were reported killed in the encounters, including 10 in the second day of .,„,,,„„-„ Ct fighting on the lower slopes of j JM1 Cotta g g St 3,232-foot Black Virgin mountain, which dominates the rice plains around Tay Ninh City. Light, scattered contact also was reported from other parts of the country as the first large contingent of U.S. Marines boarded ships at Da Nang to pull out of the war zone. The 2,800 men of the 9th Marine Regiment's 1st Battalion are part of the 25,000 Americans slated to leave South Vietnam by the end of August under President Nixon's withdrawal order. The U.S. Command also announced that additional elements of the 9th Infantry Division and a National Guard unit, the 650th Medical Detachment, will leave for the United States on Tuesday. The first large body of troops in the withdrawal were 814 men of the 9th Division also flew home July 8. The sharpest fighting reported today occurred Sunday afternoon as armored troops of the 1st Infantry Division probed the lower slopes of Black Virgin mountain. The 1st Division men had reported killing 32 Viet Cong on Saturday when they went in to check the results of B52 strikes on;enemy positions on the jun- gled slopes. Artillery and fighter-bombers pounded the mountainside again Sunday as the armored troops fired at. areas where enemy troops were holed up in bunkers, caves and trenches. Sgt, Peter Copeland of Houston, Mo., said the mountain was "like'a rotten Jog." "You beat on it and the bugs come bouncing cart," he said. "It 1 must be awfully noisy up there." A search of the area late Sunday produced the bodies of 10 more enemy who had been killed by small arms fire, bringing to '42 the total claimed in two days. There were no U.S. casualties.he command said. The U.S. Command also announced the launching of another Marine sweep along the coast sp«th of. Da Nang, the third such operation in that area in two months. Mafsha Mnm 19, daughter 6( Mf. Shd Mfl. Deftl Jdhflsofi, sponsored by Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. Janet Park, 18, daughfet of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Park, sponsored by the Women's Divisoft of the De Leon Chamber ol Commerce. Marilyn Barron, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barron. De Leon Chamber of Commerce is hef sponsor. The pageant is open to the public and there is no charge for admission. MAlltLYN RAftttON JAMEf PAftK ttt, »«<* Sunday WorBfns By . W006 f-UBt ISHlMJ C6., . P.O. l6jj ferownwoofl, eattao* «t* ., . . Texsrs 7Sloi. .. NORMAN CARftiEf* BY BY MAIL fft the fefl«*WJ C*i'$h»n, Easftafd, Erativ Cam mche, Himlttoi, WHIS, San S6M, MeCrfirath . credited In thu oaptr tne *ita £*« 421.00 per year. . MEMBER OP THE ASSOClATGO Mfesi Tha Associated Press li enttfied lit. ciusiveiy »o use (or (juhilcafion an hews printed in ihti rti*$psp*f Si tofii || rights ire reserved. . til AP new) dlsDSfchet. All 6HO HphtS are r««erved. Hospital Notes i .*. ft *• SUE MOHON BECKY HEICKMAN MAItSIIA JOHNSON B'wood Man In Training Conference MUNICE Ind. - Hilton H. Gilliam of 1601 Seventh St. in Brownwood is participating in a special training conference at | Ball State University in Muncie, Ind. Purpose of the conference which began Friday and will conclude Tuesday is to qualify professional staffs to teach the multimedia first aid course developed for schools and industry by the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. and the Bell Telephone System in cooperation with the American Red Cross. According to Gilliam, this is not a revision of the first aid materials but a new approach and method of teaching which cost the Bell system over $266,000 to produce. The new method is expected to do the job more effectively in less time, Gilliam said. Another feature of the conference ,according to Gilliam, is the opportunity to swim in one of the country's finest pools and video tape the aquatic skills of each conferee to aid in the improvement of aquatic ability. "Many changes have been made in the swimming strokes as outlined in the revised Ameri ican Red Cross swimming and water safety textbook now being taught to more than 133,000 authorized instructors in the U.S." Gilliam said. Gilliam has served as a safely program representive of the American National Red Cross since June 1942. Bluffvue DRIVE-IN THEATRE 1.00 Children NOW SHOWING CUNT M5T WOOD iSBACK ANDBURNiNC AT BOW IN W flaw mm Weekend At Fast Pace To Firemen A street light bulb, a five-gal- i Ion bucket of rags, an emergen- j cy brake band, a log and grass j all kept tilings at a lively pace' for Brownwood firemen Satur- j day, Sunday and this morning. | The latest call was reported j this morning at 8:32 a.m. from j a truck on the 900 block of North ! Fisk. According to Assistant Fire! Chief Burl Horton, cause of the smoke was an emergency brake band. The truck is owned by Merchants Fast Motor Lines. A flashing street light bulb j at Sixth and Ave. A. brought' city firemen out at 10:15 p.m. j Saturday night. According to i Horton, a shorted out bulb was responsible for the display of i flashes. A Texas Power & Light j Co. worker was called to the scene and the bulb replaced. No j damage was reported. | A bucket of rags which had ' been placed on an electric hot I plate at Mercury Lanes here be-1 gan smoking shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday. No damage is reported—only a bucket of very hot rags, Horton said. A smoking log 14 miles out j on the Old Brady Road brought j 'White Manifesto' Unveiled At Meeting of Lutherans By BENNET BOLTON DENVER (AP) - The largely conservative Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod svas the unwil- tin & sounding board today for " white manifesto' issued by two outsific clergymen and one of its own ministers in strong criticism of all major religions, The Rev. Malcolm Boyd. Episcopal priest who authored (EDITOR'S NOTE: Information for this column released by authority of patient or relative.) MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Admissions Friday Brownwood — J. G. Meador, 1004 W. Baker St.; Frank R. Pester, 1314 Ave. D; Palncia Deeds, 1107 Holcomb St.: Mrs. Sam Dela Rosa 1217 Fisk Ave. Bangs — Mrs. Nora E. Campbell; J. T. While. Dismissals Friday B r o w nw o o d — Mrs. John Charles Smith and baby, 14in' 2 Brady Ave.; Mrs. Roycc Wallace. 204 Crescent; Mrs. Gerald Scott, 1603 Vincent St.; Mrs. Rosa Lee Holman. 1001 Cordcll St. Admissions Saturday Brownwood — Roger A. Carlisle, 301 First St. Rising Star—Carter M. Jones. BIRTHS A daughter, Vicki Marie, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dela Rosa of Brownwood, July 11, Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garcia of Brownwood. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dela Rosa of Brownwood. ABERNATHY-A son, Kcrvin Lane, by adoption, to Mr. and an church in Buffalo, N.Y., urged at a joint communion service that the so-called "underground" church of disillu-, . sioned Christians come to the ' Mrs. Elwayne Ga loway of Ab- stirface to remake their denomi- i ernalhy, July 5, Abernathy. Ma- nations into small local religious communities that care about minorities and the Vietnam war. The service held in a city grandmother is Mrs. Elh- yl Morris. Paternal grandpar- i ents are Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gallosvay, formerly of Brown- 1 wood. the best-selling "Arc You Walk-1 park was in violation of Catholic r . ing With Me, Jesus'.'" led a Lu-1 and Lutheran rules about inter- r (jQOYgQ rOTCl IS theran pastor and a Roman \ communion. - - - — Catholic priest Sunday in issuing a brief document supporting the economic demands of the "black manifesto." The Rev. Mr. Boyd, 46, a local Jesuit theology teacher, the Rev. Thomas Rauch, 38, and the Rev. Ken Sherman of a Lutlier- COUNTY RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES Jessie H. Lalng 16, Alexandra Agulrre, 18. Floyd Preslon Cheshler, 36, Drownwood, and Pauline Aanej Nielson, ?8, Orange, Joseph Russell Paquln, 39, Ponsacola, Fla., and Marilyn Lee Robblns, 41, Brownwood. ' Melvln LeRoy Ba'nard, 51, nrpdmvocl, and Vlrgle Marie Gross, 42, Brownwood. TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR Marvin Smith Brownwood, Pontlac. E. L. Frazler, Sidney, Plymouth. Mrs. W. I ~ ' The Rev. Dr. Jacob A. 0. Prcus 49, a Springfield, 111., seminary president, was elected synod president Saturday night in an upset victory over the incumbent, the Rev. Dr. Oliver R. Harms of St. Louis. No president up for re-election had ever beer, defeated since the Missouri Synod was started by German immigrants in 1847. Dr. Harms, G7, has been advo- Named Principal SAN ANTONIO - George L. (Butch) Ford, son of Marvin L. Ford, has been elected principal of the Ray burn Drive Elementary School in Harlindale district of San Antonio. He has been associated with this school district for five years and for the last two years he served as vice principal. Ford is married to the former eating intercommunion and pul-! Mary Ann Arnspiger of Brown- pit exchange between his 3-mJl- j wood and was graduated from Brownwood High School in 1956. He received his bachelor of science degree from Howard Payne College in 1963 and his master of education degree lion-member denomination and other Lutheran bodies. His defeat was viewed as a conservative backlash against increasing « nd ' liberalism in his leadership. One Auto Accident In B'wood Sunday Only one accident with no reported injuries was investigat- smoking log was the same asj grass fire call answered by Brownwood firemen Saturday afternoon. Although fence posts and grass were destroyed by Saturday's fire here, no further damage was reported from Sunday's smoking log. Comets are discovered at as average rate of five a year. The majority are faint and can be seen only with telescopes or biii' oculars. John F. Gay, Brownwood, Chevrolet pickup. Charles A. Halk, Brownwood, Chevrolet. Sewalt Butane Co., Brownwood, Chevrolet truck. Tom Hitchcock, Brownwood, Chevr'IM. Alrna Pear Eoff, Brownwood, Chevrolet. Joe Henderson, Comanche, Ctievrolel pickup. Billy R. Skaggs, Brownwood, Chevrolet pickup. Todd Shampanore Brcwnwoad, Chevrolet. Longhorn Campers, Blanket, Chevrglel pickup. Jess L. Green, Brownwood, Chevrolet. Holley and Taylor, Brownwood, Chevro- Eula V. Merrill, Brownwood, Chevrolet, Otis R. Mitchell, Brownwood, Chevrolet. S & H Well Service, Colermin, Ford pickup. Richard L. Wall, Brownwood, Ford. Robert L. Smith, Rochelle, Ford. George W. Hummed, Brownwood, Ford. Dono Day Jr. Brownwood, Cadillac. Fourth and Ave. A was the scene of a one-car mishap reported to city police at 1:40 a.m. A 1903 car driven by Ramon V. Banda Jr. of Comanche struck a uitlity pole at the site. from Trinity University in 1967. Indian Creek Church Will Conduct Revival INDIAN CREEK (BBC) - A revival will be conducted by Indian Creek Baptist Church be • ginning at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. Rev. R. C. Tennison of Brownwood will conduct the revival, which runs nightly at 7:45 through Sunday. Rev. W. R. Carroll is pastor. H o »^ •NOW . J.25— I OO—SOc QPK.V 13:45 ()-^3,10—5:20—7:35 !LARITY|HIFtS INTO HIGH GEAR r w *9* COMING WED. Rascal ^^ ^jittfL tt*A rttm.L^J Jt. n WJ« CAMP BOWIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Adults 1.00 Children Free THE RETURN OF THE GREATEST ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE IN A THOUSAND YEARS! "BIG AS IF NOT BIGGER!" -LOSANGELES TIMES SAMUEL BRONSTON PRESgNI* CHARLTON SOPHIA HESTON TECHNICOLOR' UHCUT?
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