San Antonio Express from San Antonio, Texas on August 17, 1967 · Page 66
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San Antonio Express from San Antonio, Texas · Page 66

San Antonio, Texas
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
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UP THEY GO —Catholic nuns, guests Wednesday at P i a y I a n d Park, test the breezes as the roller coaster ascends to its pinnacle. Owner-manager James E. Johnson invited members of the religious communities, including orders of teaching sisters, for the fun fest. fan Antonia Express Gels ramoiis THEN, ZOOM— -Not unlike the others, this sister took a firm grip when the coaster began its blazing nosedive down the track. And they all made just as much noise as the children usually do. LESS VENTURESOME —The less-venturesome nuns preferred the helter-skelter frolic of the electric bumper cars to the zoomer, rocket and other rides. Before the afternoon was over, though, just about every Playland offering had been tested by the religious visitors,—Staff Photos by Jim English. Steel-Hatted Man Page 10-F Thursday, August 17, 1967 Puppet Show Robs Beauty Shop Officials of ihr Coca-Cola Co. announced Wednesday that a puppet show by the world-renowned Kroffl Brothers will be He- a northwest beauty Wednesday evening ask his wife and, told she salon ng for wasn’t Tuo Nabbed Vicki By VIC KI BRANDENRERGER The Corpus Christi advance ticket sales kickoff was a success. More tban 85 businessmen from the community attended a llemisFair luncheon in the Sheraton Marina. And 35 representatives of the press attended a follow-up reception. Corpus Christi Mayor Jack Blackmon kept referring to llemisFair as “our” fair, lie urged his constituents to support the San Antonio venture. Chief Executive Officer Janies Caines handled the luncheon briefing, explaining prices of tickets and narrating a slide presentation showing what San Antonio businesses have done to promote the ticket sales. At the press reception, the fair officials screened the 30-minute movie “The World in Texas.” Advance ticket sales are expected to go very well in Corpus Cliristi, where enthusiasm over llemisFair is apparently widespread. At work within the city is a group appointed by Mayor Blackmon called the “Corpus Christi Committee for Hemis- Fair” , . . SINGLE ADMISSION tickets on sale at the Woman’s Pavilion will run $1.60 each and not $1.30 as previously printed here. The 20-admission books will be $26 . . . THE STATE Historical Survey Committee visited the Exhibit Showroom Wednesday for a briefing . . . Two-Car Crash Fatal To Lackland Airman featured in the company’s misFair pavilion, j Company Vice President j Ralph II. Garrard said some If ■> , v j 10,000 square feet of exhibit;* It 1 HITS olOT*C area will l>e devoted to theater j police apprehended two sus- faeilities for the show produced;peets inside a South San Antonio by Sid and Marty Krofft. ;auto parts store Wednesday A steel-helmeted man entered (there, took the day’s receipts. j Mrs. Maria Rosario Rios, 23, manager of the Flamingo House of Beauty No. 2 at 756 N. Gcn- jeral McMullen Dr., said some ($225 was taken about 6:10 p.m. by the man, approximately 35 (years old and of medium build, wearing working pants and a steel helmet. Mrs. Rios said she was combing a customer, Maria Lopez, of 247 Wooley St. when the Wife Killed, Officer Hurt Ml The company’s total exhibit j night, j area totals 17,500 square feet, I Officers Donald Perry, E. J., Garrard said iho Cnn* rwiJ Kelly and W. R. Lambrides res-i41 ........................... •theater will seat soma ponded to a burglary alarm at m^n entered and asked if his guests for a sin'do x\u w u Highlands Auto Parts, 1426 I wife, whom he called Ema, had Sn J New Braunfels Ave.. at 8:51 been there. scheduled 12jp m When Mrs. Rios said she and Arriving, they found the lock Hie lone customer were the only .. , *v> ■“ at °'0i when Mrs. Rios said she and Memorial Hospital. ^in's t.aily. Each will run about Arriving, they found the lock The lone customer were the only Mrs. Lynch, the former Ann; -¿minutes. ¡missing from the north door and I two in the shop, he promptly Quarterman, was the daughter; He commented that the Krofft went inside. The pair was found produced what appeared to be a of Col. and Mrs. William IL brothers are the fifth generation (hiding behind racks and boxes. • 22-caliber pistol, helped Mmsell(Quarterman of Asheville, N.C.; provide the The suspects, ages 24 and 1.8,¡at the cash register, and then She is survived also by a son,! Mrs. Hugh John Lynch, wife of Lt. Col. Lynch of San Antonio, died Wednesday in Savannah. Ga., of in juries that oc-1 j cur red in an automobile collision near there last Thursday. Col. Lynch had l>een back from Vietnam three days when the collision occurred. He is the j son of Col. and Mrs. Charles P. Lynch, of 324 Tuxedo Dr., San ■ Antonio. The younger Lynch, an infantry officer, suffered multiple j fractures but was in satisfactory condition at Savannah) I of their family to unique and fascinating puppet entertainment. have teen booked in city jail on ¡made the two stay in a restroom Hugh Jr. charges of burglary. ¡while he departed. William. Tr., 12, and a brother, Deaths and Funerals Mancc! Ormsbce Survivors include his wife, ¡Mrs. Clara Salinas; three sons, Fisher of Los Angeles, Calif. Graveside services for Maneel Joe G., George and Porfirio;, i A. Ormxbee, 84, of 1408 Division ¡four daughters, Mrs, Victor Ca-; Robert L. Newton Sr. Ave., who died Monday, will be siilas, Mrs. Fernando Rios, Mrs.; iat 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Fort Hortensc Marcves and Mrs. AI- Robert L. Newton Sr., 80. died j Sam Houston National Ceme- fonzo Salazar/all of San An-1 Wednesday. Funeral services itery with Alamo Funeral Home ¡tonio. will be at 9 a.m. Friday in Roy in charge. Akers Funeral Chapel with buri- i A San Antonio resident 50 $om L, Evans a! in the City Cemetery, Del ;vears, ho is survived by two! 'Rio. Ravmond H. Sam L. Evans, 58, of 314 daughters, Mrs. __ ... „ Borchers of San Antonio, and ‘?toncvva11 *S!.* a UfelonS resident) Mrs. Mattie Youder of Houston; |here, died Wednesday. He was a 11 grandchildren, 11 great- grandchildren and three (great-grandchildren. great- Mrs. Huida Zoellcr A two-car traffic accident at 3700th Food Service Squadron at Valley-Hi Drive and Loop 410 Lackland, claimed the life of a Lackland Driver of the second car in AFB airman Wednesday. ¡the accident. Airman Nicolas Airman 1C. Willie T. Pitts, 33,1 Linenberger Jr., was treated atjheM of 191 Peach Valley Dr.. died at )Wilford Hall Hospital and re-Buii 1:25 a.m. in Wilford Hall USAF leased. There were no passengers in to the either car. Funeral services will be Fri- precj Pattie 57 of day at noon in Brookohill Cha-jdena st„ died'Wednesday. Services will be at it) member of Harlandale Lodge No. 1213, AF&AM, Scottish Rite Bodies and Alzaiar Shrine. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Porter Loring (Colonial Chapel with burial in Graveside services for Mrs. rjviLssion Burial Park under aus- Hulda Zoeller, 84, of 412 Eager pices of Lodgc No. 1213. St., who died Monday, were! Wednesday in San Jose Park with Alamo Funeral Home in charge. of San Antonio and Sylvester, here. Burial will be in the Comfort Cemetery. He died here Tuesday. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Paula Allerkamp, Comfort* two sons, Garil Deen Allerkamp, San Antonio, and James Allerkamp, Comfort; two daughters; Mrs. Eyrline Richison, Arlington, Tex., and Miss Edith Allerkamp, Comfort; a Newton, who owned and op- brother, Arthur Allerkamp, erated a tavern, lived at 857 N.(Comfort; a sister, Mrs. Frieda Flores St. iVasterling, Hunt, and two Survivors include a son, Rob* grandchildren, ert L. Newton Jr. of San An- J. O. Lopez SPECIAL TO THE FLORESVILLE EXPRESS j — Funeral I Hospital at Lackland. Pitts was assigned Hussia \ isit Fred Patrie Fort MOSCOW (AP) — Pakistan’s Prr ¡drni Mohamcd Ayub Khan will make a state visit to the Soviet Cnion Sept. 25-30, the government announced. pel with burial in Houston Cemetery. Survivors include Mrs. Lila A. Pitts; tors, Connie Gale, and \\ inona A. Pitts tonio and Margaret and Leda M. Perkins of ; fomia: three sons. Tommy National DEPLETION HIT WASHINGTON (AP) — A bill Iritis, James F. and John to repeal the 27H per cent depl- Perkins, all of San Antonio, rtion allowance for the oil and Pitts* death was the 29th of gas industries was introduced the year in the county outside Wednesday by Rep. Charles S. the city, as compared with 25 at Truelsom, all of San Antonio Joe Ison. D-N.J. this time last year. Sam ; Friday in St. his wife, j Catholic Chur ive daugh* Fort Sam Houston Wanda L. [Cemetery, of San \n-j A life resident of San Joyce Pitts and a member of the American Cali-Legion, he is survived by his Dale wife. Mrs. Clara Pattie, three M.¡sisters, Mrs. Frances Keller. Mrs. Mary Jarvis and Mrs. Josephine Farr, and two brothers, Melvin Pattie and Ernest tonio; two brothers, Felix Newton of Houston and Dee Newton of Del Rio; three sisters, Ina Stratton of Corpus Christi, services for J. O. Lopez, 87, will | Mrs. Jonnie Wells and Miss he held at 10 a.m. Friday, fol- Bess Newton, both of Houston, lowed by Requiem Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Mrs. Margaret Hanke Burial will be in the church _ , . . ! cemetery under direction of Pa- Navarro 73 of 3408 W Houston™ untT;,il ,.'SC!TKTS of lacios Funeral Home. A Rosary e, , 5 V o n-f j I Margaret M. Hanke, 81, of 324; vvas r0cited Wednesday and an- iin Angeliis^CJiapefRequiem diedq?’ues- other will be recited at 8 p.m. 1219 Pasa-;\Ta/t .,t Q-M a r™ Friday in1ay I, Tn I f1?; , ‘ Thursday at the funeral home. u h hnr, day m McClaugherty Mortuary He died at a Floresville hospital' with ouu-|foUmved by ReqUiem Mass in Wednesday. the shrine of the Little flower; He is survived by a wife, Mrs. with burial in San Fernando jesusa X. Lopez; four sons, Archdiocesan Cemetery. Mike, Juan, Benito and Alejandro Lopez, all of Floresville; three daughters, Mrs. Aurora Salas and Mrs. Ernestine Mrs, Maria Navarro I Rosary for Mrs. Maria Garcia! arro, 73, of 3* St., will be at 8 p.m. Thursday ¡Maverick Mass at 9:30 a m ¡Sacred Heart Church //Mai g] san Fernando Archdioce- Mary Magdalen h with burial in san Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Aurelio Navarro Sr.; \ntonio dirce sons> -bise. Kllseo and Au- Mrs, Katherine Cage relio Jr.; a daughter. Mrs. Concepcion Perez, two sisters and three brothers. William York Dora Castro of Floresville 30 grandchildren. Funeral services for Mrs. ... ... ... . , . Katherine Olive ( age, 7b, who. ^8^.^ Awomo ami IJr died Tuesday, will be Friday at 10 a.m. in Alamo Heights Methodist Church with burial in Sun:set Memorial Park. A resident of Olmos Park for Cage lived at and Mrs. Fulgencio G. Garcia VITAL STATISTICS MARRIAGE LICENSES Guodolupc Seguro. 3534 Durango St end Edna Armendorii, 404 Rosita PI Aíar» Bryce Roberts, 141 E. Sunshine D*- . and Jerolyn Su# Wftt, MTS Brood way R ¡chord Ruiz Comas, 739 Detowore St etnd Mario Del.o Luz Prado» 138 Pear Walk Poytnond Attff* Simmons, Mich soon, end l. ..robeth Ann Belzung, 154 Gave St, Ray Raynoid Douglas, Potent, and Luz Velde? Tovar, 912 Saldana St, Sixto Daniel Navarra, M5 Bonk St.. end Dorothy Ann Lugo, 139 E. Lamban Robert Poy Brischette, Aystm, and .Bar bu a Jean palmieri, »219 Vandero..! ,t Jaws Perm Jr.. T /1 * Sonto Rito Dr and Morqar-ita lop«, 10¡ Rada St. Richard Benny Fiores, 234 Ptal* St Olid Viola Ruth Míreles, HQ Hoo/fr St. Frederick Bernard Hender*,on, t?/; to mar St.,. ontj jdiuiiettoe Toy ¡or Btowfi 12T# Font am«* 1 Ray* PO'i'T Pdtr.'f Randolph AFB, and JofiK M ¿taina Wognor Harnso’., 103 U".i ver'itty St. _ I eonord Arthur Eisner Jr . 2V8 Hm wotha Dr., and Model <a# Ann Jackson;, Portsmouth St. Jose Soso Gallegos 2815 E» Po o -if and Guodoiupa Hernandez, «v’2 Linden ° Carlos EnrJaue Hernandez, 213) w Soutticrest Blvd.* and Mary Oigo Esau: vet. Clinton McClain MHler Jr., Kelly APB, end Mot y Etotse Reyes, Atos oso Services for Will i a m Walter York, 51, of 618 Jackson Kel- \ resident of Olmos Park for special to the express ler Road, who died Monday, will ¡34 years, Mrs. Cage lived at SAN DIEGO — Requiem be at 19 a.m. Thursday in 415 ‘Devine Rd. .Mass for Mrs. Fulgeneia G. Alamo Funeral Home w ith buri-j y{!e jS survived by three j Garcia, 76, a native and lifelong Graveside services for Mrs. ^ Sunset Memorial Park. daughters. Mrs. Claude* Denton, j resident of San Diego, will be Rae D. Rothenberg, 76, of 240 An employe of Bell Telephone)Mrs. H. Dell Foster and Mrs. celebrated at St. Francis de Stanford Dr., who died Tuesday,! Co., he belonged to St. John’s ¡Edwin Lee, ail of San Antonio, j Paula Catholic Church at 6 p.m. Mrs. Roe Rothenberg will te at 10 a.m. Friday in Lutheran Church, Patterson Ma-1 Lodge and Northwest Op-1 David Sherwood, washinaton, D.c., and Tomole Beth El Memorial Park sonic Ijxigc ar - Linda Rose Locklear, 509A Calgary St ., *, ... , ‘lirviH-t CMnK .i Thomas Aimed phimps 43 ? w vcnfai Cemetery with Porter Lormg tumsi i iud. .iR.r-.^Avf0"*0 Kov Schu£harcit' 1832 Funeral Home in charge. Survivors an Mrs. Glenn W. Anderson Rigsby Herbert Thompson, ? cm ?> ond Mor garet Max ine Lot* Robert Howocd Mouton j tomar st.. ? A San Antonio ge. resident e his wife, Mrs.! Funeral services for 20 Lorene E. York; a daughter, Glenn W. Anderson, 69, Gail Ook, and dtnp Dr Ronald mono *t 7543 Souti Fred Jc ■end Mfltrs WOOd . r* Düvid ¡K 'y - Phyi "pfonk I and From York; a a sister. son. King Mrs. Joe mit Burr years, she is survived by her Nancy cheryi sue peters, U 022 Aui- 1 husband, Louis Rothenterg, and York, and Koplan. Irene Villcmain, all of San An- 1 nape son. tonio; two brothers, Wayne A died Tuesday, will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in Roy Akers Funeral ¡Thursday. Burial will be in the ¡San Diego Cemetery under direction of Mauro P. Garcia Fu- Mrs. neral Home, she died at her who ¡home Monday. Te ry Wittit nd DM» ni -a Lone, s pencil* Ann Qn %. 400 N Potncio I Red Zoo re. Jr , 614 Q rtwqtd, 415 a daughter, Mrs. M. I), both of San Antonio; a Lewis Rothenterg of Memphis Tenn., and four grandchildren. is« Dods in wood Si Ri. £ Be Porririo Salinas Sr. meth Scucile i Rose Mie* 805 Capitol St ■ 822 Marquette York Jr. of California and AMn P. York of San Antonio, and a grandson. Miss Jessie Fisher Services for Porfirio G. Salinas Sr., a resident here for 58 ucsday. will be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Tuesday, will !>e Friday Riete-Saunders Chapel, followed p m. in Brookehill Chapel Funeral services for Miss Jessie Joe Fisher, 55, who died at 2 with Dov-d Align Row« fit 1 Î Box 114P. and Linda Louis« Noble ”702 Stirrup St. . ,. , t'loi Morale*, Jr.. 772 i orno Park, and yCUfS WtlO (TICO Jemine CatwHero. 222 Greenway Or. DIVORCES GRANTED CtKjijotla, Ramona c, and .M.el'ion, r/ilm, G I by Requiem Mass at 10 a.m. in burial in San Jose Cemetery, t -ndicy. Junior Lt# and Suzzano# ¡ka Smith. i31.* Pa’.hford Bernard J. ond Janice L.(Will Fdcitn. Norm# Jeon and Charles Johnson, Cetto f and Elton R \ resident of San Antonio for three years, Mrs. Anderson lived at 119 Chinaberrv Ct, She is survived by her husband, J. Roy Anderson, and two brothers, Curtis Head of Silver Springs. Md.. and James A. Head, Pasadena, Calif. Leo Allerkamp SPECIAL TO THE EXPRESS She is* survived by six sons, Manuel and Amado Garcia Jr. of San Diego, Rafael of Corpus Christi, Jesus of Kan /Mitonio, Albino of bletown, Calif,, and Pedro with the Marines in Vietnam; three daughters, Mrs. Josefina G. Salinas of Laredo, Mrs, Est tf en a G. Salinas of Ramirez and Mrs. Francisca (I. Gama of Corpus Christi a brother. Rufino García. Laredo; four sisters, Mrs. Jacinta G. Flores, Mrs. Jova G. Valdm tcrv COMB’ORT — Funeral serv- and Mrs. Olivia G. Garcia of) Michael’s Church. Burial > Miss Brisker lived at 835 ¡ices lor Leo Allerkamp, 65, will j San Diego and Mrs, Ramona; be in San Fernando Ceme-¡Steves Ave. She is survived by; be held at 3 p.m. Thursday atiAcebo of Hebbronville and 25 two brothers, Marvin G. Fisher (the Sehaetter Funeral chapel grandchildren. ! THE HAMPTON SHOP A!T TUBS 3 PINCXJS COMPANY Our traditional clothes are individual, distinctive and always in good taste, Directions Fall 67 Our collection of Shetland sportcoats in glen plaids and window panes. Rich and authentic colorings and in our Hampton Shop natural shoulder model. $50 DOWNTOWN; Houston St. at Broadway SUBURBAN; 2811 North McCullough pincus compflnY San Antonio's Largest Locally Owned Men's Stores

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