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Poge 6-B SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS - Tueidoy, May 30, 1972 Appointments Made by Methodists The Southwest Texas United Methodist Conference relea^d cnnto« r . HotTi^*NTxon-smii*yj w. r . Brothers, NIxon-Runge; Dudley Bazar, Odem; Thomas E. Connolly, Polacloiar- oncahua; Robert Sochtien, Pettus-Pownee; James K. Wright, Point Comfort- Lolita; Jesse A. Aiwms Jr., Portland; Jomei L. Moyfield, Port Lovoco; Claude A. Cagle, Refugio-Austwell; C. Herman Murph, Robstown; Thomas 0. McClung Jr., Rockpprt; Herbert Frederick, Rung^Yorktowfi-Robke; A. Gordon Roe Jr., SInton; William D. Gunkel, Toft; its list Of annual appointments of ministers Monday. Those appointed to positions with responsibility on the con- fereiice are Sam L, Fore, director of the conference council and assistant to the bishop; P r e n z a L. Woods, associate Milorn Reeves, Telferner-Nursery; John Donoho, Victoria First; F. Lone Johnson, director; C. Leon Sims,’asso^ w. pronkun, st. date director, and James E. Ferguson Jr., secretary-treasurer. Swap Talk Rev. C. Jordan Mann, left, and Rev. Milton K, Dare discuss their swapping posts Monday with the onnouncement of appointments in the Southwest Tex- os United Methodist Conference. Moonn, who has been serving os Kerrville district superintendent, is assigned to fill the pulpit ot Memorial Church in Austin, the pulpit Dare is leaving to take Mann's post.—Stott Photo. Methodist Meeting Will Eye Viet War Following is a list of oppointees in the Austin District: Willlom M. Harris, district superintendent, Austin District; Roy H. Moy, Asbu- jy; William B. Sandberg, Berkeley; David C. Paul, Crestvlew; Paul A. Grout Jr., Faith; Robert s. Tate Jr., First; Bruno C. Schmidt, First associate; W. Boyd Harris, Grace; C. Jordan Mann, Memoriol; Jerry Joy Smith, Northwest Hills; Ted Rlchordson, St. John’s, and Fred Martin, St. John's associate; Wilson Wade, St. Luke; J. Charles Merrill, St. Mark's; J. W. Griffin Jr., St. Paul’s; Troy Bell, St. Peter’s; William A. Triggs, Shettles Memorial; E. Joseph Tanner, Simpson; Clifford H. Zirkel Jr., Torrytown; and Joe H. White, minister of education. Clarence M. Walton. Trinity; William A. Holmes, University; Sanford D. Coon, University associate; Gary W„ Frederick, University associate; Albert Meru- bia. Ward Memorial; J. Hudson Carruthers, Wesley Chapel; Frank Williams, Al- talr Circuit; Ben T. Welch, Bastrop-Ce- C. M. AAangrum, Belmont-St. James; Poul Lockey, Belmont-St. James; Myron Ricketts, Buda-Lytton Springs; B. 1 .,' Colimibus-First; Martin Woalker, Columbus-St, Paul; Robert T. King, Dale-Mortlndale; Bill S. McKinley, Decker; Walter Pilgrim. Dripping Sprinse; R. Roy Baines Jr., Eagle Lake; Robert L. Blackwell, Elgin; Henry C. Nwman, Flatonia-Waelder, Thompson- y S' 9'. Glasgow, Garwood-Rock Island; Hoard L. MacAllister, Gonzales- H or wood; I.e. Greer, Gonzales-Evans Cho^l; Larry A. Lacy, Hallettsville-Mos- »yii Charles W. Smith, Hallettsville-Schulenburg-Brown Chapel; Asa F Avont, H^nie Chapel; I. j. Fontaine', Hood s Point; Arnold M. Roos and Paul jn'lustry; Myron Ricketts, Kyle- Driftwood; Joseph M. Scott, LaGronge- Wmchester; Cronoln Finely, LaGronge- Parish; M a I f o r d Hierhoizer, Lockhart- Flrst; St^rt Taylor, Lockhart-St. Mark’s; and Floyd L. Vick, Luling-First. Thomas L. Loftin, Manchaca; Louis Sterling, Manor; Carrol B. Cloyd, Martin dale-Fentress; Charles A. Miller, Mon- thalla-Belmont; C. L. King, Oakland-lnde- pendence; E. H. Stephen Ling, Prairie Lee-Klngsbury; H. Ellis Thomas, San Marcos-First, and S. Lance Carnal, asso TT C [annual Southwest Texas (Unit U.S. involvement in Indochina ed) Methodist Conference dele will be considered durir^ th^gate-^^en^^^ opening sos •Wore Brownings Add to Death Toll ASSOCIATED PRESS T w 0 additional drownings have boosted the violent death count during the holiday period in Texas to 42 as the Memorial Day weekend neared its completion Monday. The Associated Press count late Monday included 24 victims of traffic accidents, 13 drown­ ings and five shooting deaths. Among the latest victims of holiday violence were Terry Cyrus, 25, Houston, who drowned in a collision on a country road. Ozzie Robert Harris, 25, of Huntsville, Ala., apparently drowned Saturday night or Sunday in a motel swimimng pool in San Antonio. Donald Thomas Harper, 29, and Lana K. Baggett, 22, both of McAllister, Okla., were killed Saturday night as they walked along an Interstate 45 service road and were struck from be- ’ V ------ -----> aiiu wuie allUCK irom nP- Monday afternoon below the hind by a car. The accident oc- THno V;.v‘"gston Dam on the|curred five miles south of Con- Tnnity River. Authorities said:roe. the victim slipped into deep water while trying to retrieve a hat that blew into the water. A Fort Hood soldier, Mark I). Leslie Bradshaw, 62, of Fort Worth was killed Sunday in Dallas when his motorcycle was struck by a car at an intersec Zilliken, drowned Sunday while:tion. with two companions^ Mrs. \\'inona Varner Powell, in Stillhouse Hollow Lake. The latest victims were: Anthony Prudhome, 9, of Houston who drowned while wading into deep water at Lake Houston. Frank Lewis Westrick, 78, of McAllen, in the Rio Grande Valley, who died in nearby Mission when his car collided with another vehicle at the intersection of Road 1924 and Highway 107. 39, and her two daughters — Idzzie, 15, and Allie, 12, — all of Denton — died late Saturday when their car was struck by a freight train south of Rhoma near U.S. 287. Patrolman Jerry Hopkins said the car was dragged about 1,600 feet after it was struck broadside. Lairy Cockrill, 21, an SMU student from Dallas, died Sun- tJmoc « 1 V .^^'y^^^'Oldjday when a car in which he was James B. Taylor died in a two- a passenger overturned on In- highvvay jterstate 45 about a mile north of at Goose Creek bridge. Buffalo. Sara Ellen Grary, also Meanwhile in El Paso police i of Dallas and the driver of the ^ girl Vehicle, suffered undetermined In connection with the shooting injuries death of 20-y e a r -o 1 d Manuel! J a me s Moore, 58, of Beau- Castaneda. Po ice said Castane-imont was killed Saturday night nf c” H F^so in a two-car collision on U.S. 69 qh ™, vf i ^ i 2 south of Beau- Sherry Maybeiiy, 17, and her mont. Robert Murray and his 1 passenger on a;5-year-old daughter Shelly and thr^-wheeler motorcycle were his 6-year-old son Paul were in- killed Sunday near Pottsboroijured. The little girl was report- vehicle was involved led in critical condition. sion decided here Monday. By a show of hands, conferees suspended the rules to place the controversial item on the agenda of the four-day meeting at Ti-avis Park United Church. A resolution c a 11 i n g on the United States “to confess that what we have done in Indochina has been a crime against humanity” was passed during the Chech’s General Conference hew during April in Atlanta. statement suggested immediate cessation of all bombing setting a date in 1972 for withdrawal of all foreign müi- tary forces, continued negotiation for return of prisoners of war, political self-determination ?T o Vietnamese people and U.S. reparations payments under United Nations auspices. Dissenters on the General Conference’s Christian Social Concerns committee offered a minority report, however, which ‘Woes not fix the blame on either side,” but p r a i s e s U.S. peace initiatives. The dissenting statement calls on North Vietnam to cease aggi’ession and to adhere to the rules of the Geneva Convention concerning prisoners of war. Delegates here IWesday also adopted a Special task force report on handling “unscheduled groups” wishing to present mat ters to the church body. The task force was appointed by Bishop 0. Eugene Slater following a stormy conference last year which was interrupted by advocates of gay liberation, representatives of the black Student National Coordinating Committee and ministerial ere dential-burning ceremonies. The six-part task force report outUnes procedures for keeping order and meeting with intruders should a repeat occur. The f o u r -d a y session runs through Thursday with sessions being held at Travis Park United Methodist Church and Villita Assembly Building. clafe; Joel Harris, Jackson Chapel; Rob “arsons# Schuienburo-Freybura X'‘°v<s,A. Rider Jr., Shiner-First; C. J. Chapelg Philip M. Riley, Houston, Smlth- Sr., Stoples; John A. Robinson, Weimar; and Mrs. Dorothy R. Finch, Winchester-West Point Robert E. Breihon, Wesley Foundation, University of Texas, and Donald E. Redmond,director, Texas Methodist Foundation, received special appointments. Those appointed on the United Methodist Agency are H. Myron Braun, Staff- General Board of Education; L. George m£irri i'" Hospital, chaplain (UMCC), James E. Carter, Choplain, M W 111 e d g e V 11 I e. Go. W. Deschner, professor, PeiJms School of Theology and Hector J. Grant, campus minister, Huston-Tillotson. Charles W. Grose, professor, Huston‘I- Hornung, mlssion- ary to Chile, UMC Board of Mississippi; Robert Mittanck, ossistant professor, Huston-Tillotson; Robert W. Sledge, associate professor, McMurry College; Normon W. Spellman, professor, Southwest- c" 'if’» Steelman, professor, Southwestern University; Brady Ty- professor, American Unic^V 1 Sickle, professor, I lift School of Theology; and Harvey D. yvatts, associate professor. Southwestern University. Appointed on a non-Unlted Methodist Agency with annuity responsibility are Morgan Groves, Office of Economic Opportunity, Austin; Kirby Gull, assistant professor, Houston Baptist College; Patrick Heath, Manpower Planning Association, North Central Texas Council of Government; Don Lilllledahl, assistant director, Mary Lee Foundation, Austin; Maynard L. Rich, professor, Cotawba Col- '^ge, Salisbury, N.C.; and Charles D. jtory, counselor, Texas Rehabilitation Commission, Houston. Austin District appointees to attend Khool ore J. Darrell Carr, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary; j. Roland J.S.C. Grattan, Webster Chapel, and Joseph M. Ray, Yoakum-Hope. .With ann unity responsibility on the United Methodist agency servea Is Lon A. Speer, Division of Curriculum Resource, General Board of Education. Those with annunity responsibility on the non-Methodist agency served are James T. Miller, Department of Religion Studies at the University of Detroit; Lowell 0. Ryan, rMlonal representative. Southwest, Asbury Theological Seminary, and Ted Spencer, Mental Health Services, Nueces County. Appointed to attend school are Rlchord Bates, Brite Divinity School, Fort Worth; Charles Fromer, Boston University; John Gordon Grote, Wesley Theological Seml- nory, Washington, D.C.; Janice Huie, Perkins School of Theology; Paul Nuck- Perkins School of Theology, and Clifford Zirkel, Ohio State Universi- Those without oppolntment Include Edward F. Corbin, supernumerary; William Palrner, sabbatical, and Warren D. Whitcomb, supernumerary. in the Kerrvllle District ore Milton K. ‘^*s*’’lct superintendent; Lewis B. White, .^Bandera-Medlna; j. b . Jordon, Lund, Bertram-Liberty Hill; Albert R. Peterson, Blanco; Wayne G. Smith, Boerne; A. S. Neely, Burnet-Chopel Hill; j. Wesley JoneL Corrizo Springs; Virgil Hanks, Comfort- Center Point, and Thomas W. Hogon, Cotulla-Big Wells. Others in the Kerrvllle District are L. Wayne Murph, Crystal Clty-La Pryor; Billy Joe Hammond, Devlne-Moore; 8. L. Mattingly, Dilley; Windel Bell, Eagle Poss-Quemado; Theodore H. Leonard, Fredericksburg; j. Gordon Tolk, Goldth- woite; Charles Hare, Harper; Homer E. Weimer, Hondo; M. Dick Lowry, Hunt; Cecil E. Harvey, Johnson City-Walnut; Morris Daugherty, Barnett Chapel of Kerrvllle; F. G. Hathaway Jr., First of Kerrvllle; Horoce M. King, St. Paul of Kerrvllle; Ben H. Bohmfolk, Lampasas, and Jesse D. Tumlinson, Leakey. James A. Carr, Leander-Oakalla; Clifford C. Edge, Llano-Valley Springs; Bill J. Sandeter, Lometa-Kempner-Ogles; Murray O. Johnson, Marble Falls; L. S. Dubberly, New Fountain-Yancey; Harold Sassman, Pearsall-Batesville; Phillip c. Dibrell, Sabinal; Lee R. Geldmeier, San Saba; E. C. Young, Star-Center City; w. H. Marshall, Utopia; H. Lee Griffin, First of Uvalde, and Harvey Kinchlow, Uvalde-Del Rio. With annunity responsibility on this confer^ce Is G. A. Schulze, adminisfra tor of Hilltop Village, Kerrvllle. annuity responsibility on the United Methodist agency served are Dan G. Adams, missionary of Navajo Mission, General Board of Missions, and Ernest W. Weiss, missionary in Korea, General Board of Missions. ’.Vlth a n n u 11 y responsibility on the non United Methodist agency served are J. P. Ephraim, director of the Foster Grandparent Project, Denton Street School, and Chorles F. Hahnn, Ecumenical Institute staff, Chicago, III. Special appointments of retired members include Fred J. Brooks, Kingsland Community Church, and J. B. Jordon, Sunrise Beach Community Church. In the AAcAllen District are Elmer J. Hierhoizer, district superintendent; Harold S. Goodenough Jr., Alice; John A. Fluth, Bishop; Harold D. Burkhardt, First of Brownsville; C. Reginald Hardy, associate of Los Fresnos; L. C. Johnson .■ir/'. Donna; John C. Gilbert, Edinburg; William P. Treude, Falfurrias-Premont; Charles H. Simpson, Freer-Benavidcs; C. David Crabtree, George West; Robert M. Hinkelmon, First of Harlingen; Leroy R. Welch, St. Paul of Harlingen; Jesse M. Mothersbaugh, Wesley of Harlingen; J. Keith Wyatt, Hebbronville-Bruni-Mlrando City; Raymond P. DeLaughter, Christ- Banquete of Kingsville; Bruce C. Galloway, First of Kingsville; Alice Faye Flint, associate; Earl D. Alexander, Scotts Chapel of Kingsville; Elmer A. Rader, La Feria-Santo Roso, and John Gibbs, Laredo. Others In the McAllen District ore Dgvld E. Edgar, Lyford; Kermit Gib- TCns, First of McAllen; Doyle W. Morton, St. Mark’s of McAllen; Carl L.W. Israel, Mercedes-Edccuch; J. Leonard Garrett, Mission; Lyrn H. McAden, Pharr; F.L, Marlin, Pori (sobel; F.M. Wheat, Raymondville; Kerneth W. Norton, RIv- erla; Goerge E. Bttchee II, San Benito; Leo F. Ross, San Juan; Larry E. Bailey, Three Rivers-Whitsett; Leroy Russell, Weslaco, and Robei t Bedford, Zapata. With annuity responsibility Is Karl W. Brown, director of the Campus Christian Fellowship, Texas A&l. Wendell Merl* Wottrs, First of Son Angelo; Jomes Lorry Maddin, minister of ^uco- t on; W. Paul Fulmer, minister of vlslto- tlOT; Thomas Elliot, Laxevlew-Carlsbod of San Angelo; O. Jock Hopper, St. Luke of San ^gelo; Wllliom C. «enfro, n^nls- C. Polmos. Trln- ty-vyoll of Son Angelo; S.M. Cleaver, Wesl^ of San Angelo, and Harold D. Orr, Sterling CIty-Water Valley. Those with onnulty responsibility on a United Mettiodist ogency served are Robert Bahmfalk, Methodist Home, Waco; Charles A. Camp, chaplain In Navy; John L. Mann, chaplain In Air Force, and William R. Wiemers, ctwploln In Air Force. In the San Antonio District are J. Garfield Owens, district superintendent; Weldon E. Wkik, Bracken; Paul E. Terry, Chorlotte-Chrlstine; Robert R. Ross Jr., Floresville; CoUIn T. Furr, Helotes-Lakehills; Carl Taylor Jr., Jourdonton-Poteet; Cole V. Smith, LaVernla-Parito; D. Rhea Allison, New Braunfels; S. R. Horwood, Pandora; Vernon F. Perry Sr., Pleasanton, and Waldo B. Hiller, Rector. The following ore in the City of San Antonio: Olen Leroy Hubley, Alamo; Calvin w. Froehner, Alamo Heights; Harold C. Perdue and Harry C. Bamberger, Alamo Heights assoclotes; E. Stephen Roby, Albright; Harold H. Zirkel. Aldersgate; Lawrence K. Brown, Asbury; Roy H. Wold, Bethany; Mrs. Constance B. Wold, Bethony associate; L. A. Walker, Bethel; David A. Brantley, Chapel Hill; Robert S. Mosby, Chapel Hill associate; G. Robert Grimes, Coker; Finis B. Jeffery, Chopel Hill associate; Jerry M. Evans, Cokesbury; William M. Easum, Colonial Hills; Dale H. Hansboro, East Saint Paul; Jon D, Lowry, Epworth; E. Kenneth Newcomer, Grace; E. E. Reeves, Horlondale; Bruce L. Medford, Highland Terrace; Ernest L. Harrison, Jacob’s Chapel; Will Matthls Dunn, Jefferson; L. D. Washington, Jones Chapel; Preston S. Adkinson, larger parish of Faith; Don L. D e I a p I a I n, larger parish of Palm Heights; Darrell D. Gray, Laurel Heights; John McMullen, associate at Laurel Heights, and James W. Campbell, Los Angeles Heights. Orion N. Lewis, McKinley Avenue; Albert E. Loucton, Oxford; J. Barcus Moore, St. Andrew’s; Robert M. Stevenson, associate at St. Andrew's; David L. Stevrard, St. John's; Dole B. Hosson, St. Mark’s; W. S. Highsmith, associate at St. Mark s; Jack C. Bush Sr., St. Matthew’s; Lavalle Lowe Jr., St. Paul; Richard B. Lear, St. Stephen's; Antone Dykes, Sanford Chapel; Ralph H. Seller, Travis Pork; M. O.SIawson, associate at Travis Park; Clyde E. Byrd, associate at Travis Park; Roy B. Shilling, associate of Travis Park; Paul F. Perry, Trinity; Luster M. Lockett, Windcrest; Raymond M. Brink, Woodlawn, and Fred Armstrong, associate at Woodlawn. San Antonio District are Neol Matthews, Schertz; Grady I, Peters, First of Seguin; Mason Johnson, Wesley- Harper of Seguin; Elmer E. Wehking, Somerset-Oak Islond; Harold S. Goodenough, Stockdale, and R. Wayne Williams, Universal City. With onnulty responsibility on this conference an# Robert M. Pitzer, executive director of the Southeast Methodist Agency for the Retarded; Borrett Renfro, United Methodist Mission Board of Metro Son Antonio and Methodist Student Center, and Spencer L. Stockwell, odminis- trofor of the Methodist Mission Home of Texas. Those with annuity responsibility on United Methodist agencies served are C. Wayne Banks, associate professor at Perkins School of Theology; Robert E. Bergmark, professor at Mlllsaps College; Samuel H. Collier, chaplain in Air Force; Ernest T. Dixon Jr.n ossistant general secretary of General Program Council; Stanley W. Erickson, chaplain In Air Force; William J. Hughes, chaplain In Army; Roy D. May Jr. Missionary to Peru on General Board of Missions; Paul E. Reger, chaplain In Air Force; Charles E. Rogers, associate professor at Evongel- I c a I Theological Seminary, Naperville, III.; Claus H. Rohlfs, professor of church odmlnistratlon at Perkins School of Theology; John Schrelber, Council on World Services and Finance; Edwin T. Silli- mon, chaplain In Army, and Jerry Smart, administrator at AAornhigside Manor, Appointed to non-Methodist agency with winuity responsibility are Homer Boln, associate director. Ecumenical Center for Relations and Health; Frank M. Bockus, executive director. Ecumenical Center for Relations and Health; Walter Cartwright, professor, Texas Tech University; Albert Clayton ond Hoi D. Caskey, School of Pararnedicol Training, Bexar County Hospital; F. Jerome puderstadt, counse- leF' Texas Rehabilitation Commission; Edwin Edmonds, DIxwell Conference Church, New Haven, Conn.; R. Brent Fisher, social worker Northwest Mental Heplfh Clinic; Chorles A. Malesky Jr., ¡I*stnjctor, San Antonio College; Jose;^ W. Mathews, dean. Ecumenical Institute, Chicago, III.; Charles Moore, staff. Ecumenical Institute; V. Frank Perry Jr. Robbins, project evaluators. Model Cities Department, Son Antonio; Terrell Voss, teacher. New Age School, San Antonio; C.J. Roberts, faculty. University of Toledo; Bob D. Williams, operations administrator, EODC-CEP. Appointed to attend school are Steve F. Jackson, C I r e m o n t Graduate School, Calif.; Richard D. Johnson, Austin Presbyterian Seminary; Daniel N. Powell and Erwhn Preston, Duke University; Richard M. Roper, Evangelical Theological Seminary, Naperville, III.; Glen D. Weimer, North Texas State University; Carl Westbrook, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, Ky. Ethel R. Wolf is an appointed deaconess at Ozona Community Center. Home missionaries are Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Daily, Holding Institute, Laredo; John W. Evans, Wesley Community Centers, San Antonio; Buford Farris, University of Texas; and William F, Frank, Holding Institute. Retired deaconesses appointed home missionaries are Kate Adams, San Antonio; Mrs. May Johnson Alvirez, Brownsville; Lila Mae Campbell, San Antonio; Ebel, San Antonio; Aubrey Tyree, Corpus Christi, and Mattie Vorn, Brownsville.., F14 Report Said Hidden WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. William Proxmire accused the Pentagon Monday of hiding a resf3arch report predicting a $1.25-billion cost overrun for building the Navy’s F14 jet fighter. The Navy said it has never Ken the report Proxmire discussed. Proxmire asserted in a news release that Pentagon officials are conc»3aling a status report on the F14 prepared by Dr. John S. Foster Jr., director of defense res»3arch and engineering. The Wisconsin Democrat said he has learned that the Foster report predicted the total cost of the 313 planes iKing built for the Navy at more than $65 billion, or $20.8 million per plane. “The Navy persists in telling Congress that it can hold Grumman Aerospace Corp. to its present contract and require development and production of 313 F14s at a total cost of almost $5.3 billion, or $16.8 million per plane,” Proxmire stated. Lorenz Dies BUFFALO (AP) - George F. Lorenz, owner of radio station WBLK in Buffao and one of the early pioneers in rock-and-roll broadcasting, died Monday aft- Lydia F. Ebel, Gonzales; Pauline E. er a brief lllneSS, He WaS 52. McAllen Man Victim Four Hell’s Angels Face Murder Charge Cole, University of Texas; Daniel Loppin t ^boploin of Hoke, Perkins school of Theology; Somu- 'Till.?"- THE 25T MARTINI With lunch at Anthony's. As many full Martinis or Bloody Marys as your conscience allows with your order from our luncheon menu at 25$ each. It’s a two bit idea with a lot of bite. Monday thru ^ Fridayll: 30 2 ; 30 ^;Y'r: 7 f"O.Vy ’S WHERE THE MEDITERRANEAN MEETS CALLAGHAN -^AT I.H. 10 PHOTOCOPY PAPER SALE roil or sheets 300 copies «'A"xil” regular $17.50 per roil OUR PRICE $Ç2S per rell 1,000 copies 8'A"x11" Regular $35.00 per box OUR PRICE nS^Serbe. GUARANTEED COPY QUALITY CALL FOR FREE DELIVERY ON 10,000 sheets up FOR INFORMATION CALL 341-8671 EXECUTIVE OFFICE EQUIPMENT tri) S«N FIMO S«N ANIONIO, TIMS »2U ... ., Theology, ____ cl Hopkins, University of Texas; Robert Hule, Perkins School of Theology; Phil p. Kennemer, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary; Willard Pannabecker, Texas Tech^; William G. Roe, Perkins School of Theology; Richard L. Smith, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and John Yeoman, University of Texas. ' In the Corpus Christi District the dis- trlct superintendent is Jack D. Heacock. Other appointees in the district are: Milfod R. Zirkel Jr., Aransas Pass; Seaborn Kiker, Beeville First; Freddie B. pixon Sr., First Assiociote, Jones Chapel; p. D. Hogan, Bloommlngton-Seadrlft; Russell c. Moon, Aldersgate; Don F. Pevey, Corpus ChrlstI First; Homer B. First associate; Stanley W. Huth Jr., First associate; Gregory Robertson, Grace; R. K. Heacock Jr., Oak Park; Dan Solomon, St. John's; Carolyn Stapleton, associate; George M. Ricker, St. Luke’s; C. D. Owens, St. Paul; Gene Sea, and Milton Bohnfalk, South Bluff. Planning, Trinity; Normon Wesley; Calvin Peterson, Cuero- Wesfhoff; Jesse M. Moreland, Cuero- Yookum Parish; Wesley N. Schulze, Edna First; Joe Carter, Edno-Moroles; Joe K. Ader, El Compo First; J. C. Wiliams, El^Campo Parish; Owen H. Ack- L®''/. Campo St. Paul's; Dempsey G. Salter, Ganado; James W. Colley, Go- Qd-Fcinnin-Bercl£r; R. L. Williams, Go- ij Phillip G- Robberson, Ingle- slde; Austin Masterson, Karnes cTty- Fashmg; Fred Brown, Kenedy; Alfred nuity responsibility of the United Methodist agency served. Those with annuity responsibility on the non-Methodist qgency served are Dovid S. Bennett, American Foundation on Religion and Psychiatry stoff member; Paul T. Chapm'On, counselor at Texas State Tech Institute, Harlingen, and Joe E. El- moren dean of Eorlhom College, Richmond, Ind. Appointed to attend school are William B. Henderon and Wallace E. Schultz, Perkins School of Theology. Without appointment is Carl F. Leua, supernumerary. Those in the San Angelo District ore •Charles L. Giesler, district superinten- Travis McNair, Big Lake-Barnhart; Walter Parr Jr., Brackettville; Lamar C. Leifeste, First Bethel of Brady; R L Palmer, St. Paul of Brady; George J. Barth, Trinity Parish of Brody; R. Russell Heoner, Bronte; R.R. Bloomquist, Costell-Hilda; John W. Platt, Del Rio; Walter Parr Jr., Del Rio associate; Jes- 5.'® A. Long, Eden-Paint Rock; Fred S. Cox, Eldorado; J.M. McDonald, Fradonia-Cherokee; Howard S. Johnson, Junc- Hon-Ccpperas; Charles E. Runk, Mason‘-®»*®'’ Haines, McCamey, and William E. Parrish, Menard-London. Also in the San Angelo District are C. Eqrie Lewis, Mertzon-Christoval; Warren E I I I S/ Miles-Eola-Millersview; John B Miller, Ran: kIn-MIdkff, Arthur a . Kendall, Robert Lee; Billy Joe White, Rocksprings Parish; James Lee Carter, Angelo Heights of Son Angelo; T. Irving King Jr., Day Memoriol-Veribest of San Angelo; S OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Four Hell’s Angels, including leader Ralph “Sonny” Barger, are to be arraigned on murder charges Tuesday in the slaying of a man found (tead in the bathtub of a burning Oakland hills home last week. Also to be arraigned is the wife of one of the motorcycle club members. Homicide inspectors said the charges involve the gun death of Severo Winston Agero, 29. of McAllen, Tex. Ballistics tests showed the gun used to kill Agero was the one used to kill “at least one” of three other men found dead the same day in a bungalow in nearby San Leandro, Sgt. Bob Warren said. No charges have been filed in the San Leandro deaths and Alameda sheriff’s deputies said they were still investigating. Barger, 33, was arrested in a pP3dawn raid Saturday involving 30 officers. Held with him in the slaying of Agero are Sergey Walton, 27; Walton’s wife Anita Jean, 27; Gary B. Popkin, 27, and Donald Duane Smith, 32, officers said. Police said an informer told them h»3 was present in the house where Agero was killed, heard a muffled gunshot sound and saw Barger carrying a “strange-looking pistol,” possibly fitted with a silencer. Warren said police werd" checking a fifth death—that of a mother of three, Karen Long,’ whose body was found decayin¿ in the trunk of a parked car.* Warren said Mrs. Long was acquainted with at least one of the three victims in the San Leandro killings. Police said they recovered narcotics and weapons when they arrested Barger and the others. Barger’s wife, Sharon, 22, and another woman were arrested for investigation of possessing narcotics, officers said.. Coll MERLIN F. DEAN Registered Representative For R. L. STEWART & CO. 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