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FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM 3-C Friday Evening July 18 1975 Southwest Suit Aim of Airlines Funeral Tomorrow For FW Physician Funeral services for Dr Ernest Anthony general physician and surgeon in Fort Worth since 1934 will be held at 10 am tomorrow at Cause -Ware Chapel with graveside services at 1 in Oakwood Cemetery in Comanche Dr Anthony died Thursday in a hospital DR ANTHONY 69 of 3125 ERNEST ANTHONY Missing Girl's Father Succumbs Armstrong Church Judge: No Harm By Sect DALLAS (AP) A civil rights suit filed against evangelist Garner Ted Armstrong and the World Wide Church of God has been dismissed by a federal judge who said the plaintiff could not prove membership in a class "traditionally protected by federal civil rights US District Court Judge Robert Porter issued the ruling The plaintiff Vernon Eugene Smith sued Armstrong the church Herbert Armstrong Inc and six other defendants for $850000 in damages Smith claimed the defendants conspired to deprive him of his rights to privacy to a normal family environment to good health and to seek financial stability Smith alleged the defendants had induced his wife of 25 years to divorce him and live with ministers of the World Wide Church of God Smith claimed the incident caused difficulties in his business ruined his credit and caused him to suffer a heart attack He identified the class he wanted the court to recognize as who have been abused and deprived of his by the church Porter did not agree The judge said Smith failed to show class-based discrimination as required by the civil rights statute on which he based his shall was owner of A-l Arnold's Transmission Inc at 801A Abram Arnold was a member of the American Legion and the Trcntman Avenue Baptist Church He served with the Texas National Guard for 10 years and was an active Citizen Band radio operator He had lived in Fort Worth for about 20 years Survivors include his wile Frances another daughter Mrs Debra Westfall of Fort Worth a son Rusty Arnold 'Rotary Club Petroleum Club of Fort Worth mother Mrs and Century 11 Club Physicians and Surgeons and was serving as treasurer director and executive committee member of the association He was a member and former director of the Galveston Medical Branch Alumni Association and a member of the Texas Medical Association DR ANTHONY was a member of numerous Masonic organizations and held the degree of super excellent master He was a member of the A Dallas attorney representing major airlines at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport is attempting to get a court order set aside so legal action against Southwest Airlines can be resumed Eugene Jericho had filed papers in the US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to void a court order issued earlier by US District Court Judge William I Taylor Landlord Guilty of Race Bias A South Side apartment complex owner and his manager have been found guilty of racial discrimination In a memorandum opinion US Dist Court Judge Eldon Mahon said Lester Mathis owner of Redwood Villa Apartments at 450 Galveston and apartments manager Larry Miller discriminated against Herbert Abbs a black man who sought to rent an apartment in 1973 ABBS SAID he was told by Miller in a telephone conversation that an apartment by the pool was available and rented for $100 a month He said upon meeting with Miller in person he was told the apartment rented for $175 a month He was then shown another apartment in a secluded area and told it rented for $100 a month Upon receiving a complaint from Abbs Martha Chandley who at that time was employed by Fort Worth's Human Relations Commission said she went to the complex and was told an apartment by the pool rented for $100 a month ABBS SAID Mathis refused to attempt to settle the complaint out of court with the Department of Housing and Urban Development acting as a liaison Mahon ordered Abbs to be paid $150 in damages and $250 in attorney's fees The order prohibited state court actions aimed at halting Southwest Airlines' Love Field operations Major airlines at D-FW have asked a state court in Austin to not hold them to contracts for D-FW operations as long as Southwest continues to fly out of Love Agreements reached in 1968 between the airlines and Fort Worth and Dallas city councils included a provision that all commercial flights at Love Field would stop when D-FW became operational THE 1968 bond agreements also were approved by the Texas Attorney General Jericho has requested present Atty Gen John Hill reconsider a decision to represent the Texas Aeronautics Commission in the continuing hass'e over Southwest's Love Field operations Jericho said the airlines American Delta Eastern Frontier and Ozark want a state court to rule they no longer are bound by the earlier contracts if Southwest continues to fly out of Love Field IF SUCH A ruling were made he said and the major airlines return to Love Field there would be no revenues to pay off the bonded indebtedness of D-FW If that occurred there is the possibility D-FW could be closed Southwest Attorney Herbert Kelleher has said Hill would be neglecting his responsibility if he failed to uphold the TAC position He also said the major airlines would be open for suits from bondholders if they ceased paying fees for bond repayment Twins Named Apollo Soyuz MOSCOW (AP) Twin brothers born in Soviet Kirghizia in central Asia were named Apollo and Soyuz Tass reported today The news agency said the father Seidymkan Satyvaldiev works in a plant processing semiprecious stones McCoy brother Kelly Thomas Arnold and a sister Mrs Gladys Fant all of Marshall Funeral services will be held at 1pm tomorrow in Ownes fc Brumley chapel with burial at 4 pm Sunday in Colonial Garden in Raymond Arnold father of a teen-age girl who disappeared from the Seminary South Shopping Center parking lot along with two companions last winter died early this morning Arnold 39 of 5743 Sixth Ave died about 3:15 a in a hospital He had been in ill health for about two years His daughter Mrs Mary Rachel Trlica 17 disappeared Dec 23 after going on a shopping tnp with Lisa Renee Wilson 14 and Julie Ann Mosely 9 No word has yet been received on the three girls despite a reward being offered Arnold a native of Mar Fire Victim In Critical Condition ARLINGTON Godfrey 31 of 1701 Torch Drive was in critical condition at Arlington Memorial Hospital this morning after being burned in a butane truck fire yesterday Godfrey was burned when the butane truck he was working on caught fire about 1:15 pm at Godfrey Butane-Propane Co at 2947 Division Investigators said the fire probably started when butane leaked from the truck and was ignited by a spark from' an air-conditioning unit Godfrey a driver for the firm had second and third degree bums over 30 per cent of his body Arlington Fire Marshal Dunlop estimated losses at $45000 in damage to the truck and a building nearby 40-Year Resident Succumbs at Age 90 Death Nutirrs ANTHONY DR ERNEST ANTHONY 69 3125 Tanglewood Trail Thursday July 1 Wife Jacqueline Rumph Anthony Fori Worth daughter Mrs Carol Hackieman Metairie Louisiana grandchildren Miss Marie Anthony Hackieman Miss Susanna Hackieman both Metairie Louisiana brother Boyd Comanche sisters Mrs Josephine Bo Corpus Christ) Mrs the-beth Durham Comanche Mrs Ellen Norris Comanche Services iv a in oaiuruay oause-Ware Memorial Chapel Rev Jack Bayne officiating Pallbearers Dr Wilson Dr Durwood Neal Dr James Brooks Dr Jack Turner Dr Stephen Norris Dr John Norris Graveside services 1 Oak-wood Cemetery Comanche Texas Arrangements Gause-Ware 1751 Pennsylvania Ave ED 2-3232 ARNOLD RAYMOND (COTTON) ARNOLD SR 39 548 Sixth Ave Survivors Wife Mrs (Cotton) Arnold daughters Mrs Debra Westfall Mrs Mary Trlica son Raymond Arnold Jr Fori Worth mother Mrs Ida Mae McCoy brother Kellev Arnold sister Mrs Gladys Fant Marshall one grandson Services 1 Saturday Owens-Brumlev Chapel Rev Bill Moffett officiating interment 4 pm Sunday Marshall Texas Arrangements Owens-Brumlev 425 Henderson 335-455 ATHERTON CHARLES BILL ATHERTON 16 2519 Plaza Arlington passed away Friday Dallas hospital Lifelong Arlington resident Sam Houston High School student Survivors Parents Mr and Mrs James Atherton brothers Jim Atherton Fort Worth Frank Atherton Arlington grandmothers Mrs Cora Atherton Kemp Mrs Lois Gibson Huntington Park California Services 2 pm Sunday Moore Funeral Chapel Arlington Rev Warren Neal officiating Interment Moore Memorial Gardens Arrangements Hugh Moore Sons 1219 Davis Arlington BIRD MRS VALORA BIRD 78 1921 Wallace Survivors Hus band Claude Bird sons Randolph Billv Fort Worth Holly McKinney daughters Mrs Jack (Laura) Deanng New Mexico Mrs Berl (Christine) Martin Florida Mrs Albert (Claudme) Shears Michigan sister Mrs Maura Alabama brother Kemp Amarillo 24 grand-children 19 great-grandchildren several nieces and new-phews Services 3 Saturday Owens-Brumlev Chapel Rev David George officiating Interment Moore's Memorial Garden Arhnqton Arrangements Owens-Brumlev 425 Henderson 335-4557 BRUCE BRUCE 69 1305 Southern Blvd Passed awav Thursday Survivors Son Sterling Underwood Cleburne daughters Mrs Fred Mclnnis Houston Mrs Btlhe Sosebee Houston 14 grandchildren eight greatgrandchildren step-mother Mrs Lela Bruce Waco sisters Mrs Lemma Doty Cleburne Mrs Ella McLaran Kleburg brothers Hubert Bruce Tennessee Virgil Bruce Dallas Gran dv Bruce Waco Services 10 30 a Saturday Crosier-Pearson Chapel Interment Rose Hill Cemetery Arrangements Cro-Sier-Pearson Cleburne 2952322 BRYANT GEORGE BRYANT 5310 Tu-lane Survivors Wife Ada sons George Jr Wichita Falls John Houston daughters Mrs Novella Thomas Hen rietta Mrs Dorothy Fennel Fort Worth 11 grandchildren one great-grandchild Arranqe ments pending Shannon's North 624 2191 CAMPBELL PERTH CAMPBELL 66 731 Forrest Grapevine Passed awav Wednesday Survivors Wife Mrs Esther Campbell brother Sterling Campbell Services 10 am Saturday Lucas Grapevine Chapel Rev Wallace Clark officiating Interment Lone Tree Cemetery Stuttgart Arkansas Arrangements Lucas Funeral Home 124 Worth Grapevine 488-7566 i GRAY MRS A (SARAH) 85 Cleburne resident awav Thursday Survivors Daughters Mrs Mvrtle Williams Tolar Mrs Elton Kie-sling San Angelo Mrs Fox Granburv Mrs Bobbie Drew OakrWge Oregon Mrs Rose Hatmer Cleburne Mrs Wanda Langston Granburv sons Theodore Buff Stephen-ville Charlie Gray Granburv Earnest Gray Azle 21 grandchildren 21 great-grandchildren brothers Walter Emert Bethany Oklahoma Martin Emert Comanche sisters Mrs Viola Houston Burleson Mrs Jessie Allen Big Lake Mrs Verna Teague Steohenville Ser vices 2pm Saturday Martm'si Funeral Home Inter ment Rock Church Cemetery Arrangements Martin's Funeral Home Granburv JAMES MRS (ETHEL) JAMES 1316 Fifth Ave Friday July 18 Survivors- Sons Dr George Taylor Robert James Dallas Eugene James Fort Worth daughters Mrs Brizen-dme Mrs John Gordon Fort Worth ten grandchildren two great-grandsons Services 2 pm Saturday Gause-Ware Memorial Chapel Rev Flovd Kmser officiating Interment Laurel Land Arrangements Gause-Ware 1251 Pennsylvania ED 23232 Mrs Bertha Ricketts 90 of 2809 Lipscomb died yesterday in a hospital Mrs Ricketts a native of Brookville Mo had lived here 40 years She formerly was a resident of Waco She was a member of Broadway Baptist Church and the Riverside Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star Funeral Services Set For 25-Year Resident Drat I Notircfl HARL GARY DWAINE HARL 31 7304 San Diego Drive Arlington Passed away Thursday Born in South Gate California resident of Artinqton for past 7 years Formerly of Oklahoma C'lv Member Arlington Police Department Catholic Church Survivors: Wife Mrs Sue Harl mother Mrs Helen Brown Oklahoma City sister Mrs Sharon Walker Oklahoma City brother James Harl Carl June- tion Missouri Mass of Chris- tian Burial 11am Friday St Matthew's Catholic Church Arlington Father Scholl Celebrant Interment 5 pm Friday Memorial Park Cemetery Oklahoma City Family request memorials to the Fleetwood Foundation in care of Arlington Police Department in memory ot Gary Harl Arrangements Hugh Moore A Sons 1219 Davis Arlington LEONIIARDT MRS ILA MARIE LEON-MAROT HI 1 Bok 145 Smilh-field Husband Wes- ley Leonhardt daughter Mrs Betty Ralls Fort Worth mother Mrs Hazel Williams Saginaw brothers Williams Fort Worth Wil- hams Newark two grandchildren two great grandchildren Services 2 pm Saturday Shannon's North Chaoel Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery Arrangements Norm 624-2191 RICKETTS MRS BERTHA RICKETTS TO 2609 Lipscomb passed away Thursday Survivors Son Mil ton Ricketts Hurst daugh- ter Mary Blankenship Neder-land ten grandchildren 20 great-grandchildren three great-great-grandchildren Services 3 30 pm Saturday Greenwood Chapel Interment Mounf Olivet Arrangements Greenwood 3100 White Settlement Rd at University Dr 3J6-0584 SCHMIDT JAMES IRA SCHMIDT Box 15 Rio Vista Survivors Wife Mrs Sharyn Schmidt son Brvan Shane Schmidt parents Mr and Mrs Odell Schmidt Fort Worth brother Otis Schmidt Fort Worth grandmother Mrs Thelma Rogers Services It am Saturday Shannon's North Chapel Rev John Soca officiating Interment Rose Hill Arrangements Shannons North 624-2191 SCHULZE MRS A SCHULZE 77 5729 Popken Drive Passed awav Wednesday Survivors Daugh ters Mrs Griffith Fort worth Mrs Smith Lewisville son David Schulze Goleta California sisters Mrs Olga Matheaus Mrs Lvdia Parks Mrs Rex Ogburn all San Antonio Mrs Swenson Ba-cliff brothers Albert and Charlie Hoefelmeyer both San Antonio eight grandchildren two great-grandchildren Services 2 Friday Zion Temple Assembly of God Rev Griffith officiating Entombment Ro-selawn Mausoleum San Antonio Texas Arrangements Greenwood 3100 White Settlement Rd at University Dr 336-0584 SIIAW MRS LILLIE MAE SHAW 86 2930 Field Survivors: Son Fred Shaw daughter Mrs Frances Barrett sisters Mrs Bvron Lightfoot Mrs Otis Bonham nine grandchildren 18 great-grandchildren Services 10 a Saturday Lucas Memorial Chapel Rev Owame Greene officiating Interment Rose Hill Arrangements Lucas Funeral Home 517 Svlvama 838-2337 SIMON MRS BUENA SIMON 67 5537 G'lbow passed awav Thurs-dav Survivors Daughter Mrs Omega Williams sister Mrs Gladvs Follrrmr San Dieqo California brother Higgins Clarksville Arkansas Hiqgms Fort Worth A Higgins Fort Worth Lacv Fort Worth nephew Jim Karr Fort Worth three grandchildren three great-grandchildren Services 4 pm Friday Greenwood Chapel Dr David Cavm officiating Interment Greenwood Memorial Park Arrangements Greenwood 3100 White Settlement Rd at University Dr 336-0584 SWARTZ WELDER BEN SWARTZWELDER 34 3912 I Passed away Wednesday Survivors Wife Mrs Shrilev Swartzwelder sons Scott Bruce and Swartzwelder daughters Valer le Beth and Lvnn Swartzwelder mother Mrs Anna Swartzwelder stepbrothers Edward Iravner Robert Travner stepsister Mrs George McLaughin Services 4 om Saturday Rob-ertson-Mueller-Harper Chapel Interment Laurel Land Cemetery Arrangements Robertson-Mueller-Harper 1500 Eighth Avenue 924-4233 WILLIAMS ALFRED PAYNE WILLIAMS 81 3009 Louise Survivors Sons Branch Williams Arkansas Charlie and Orville Williams Fort Worth daughter Mrs Thelma Ann Gill Bay City sisters Mrs Eula Faetche Mrs Vada Smart Mrs Lola Young Fort worth several grandchil dren Family receiving friends at 2821 Forest Avenue Services 11 am Saturday Owens-Brum-ley Chapel Rev Joe Hammond Jr officiating Interment Johnston Station Arlington Arrangements Owens-Brumlev 425 Henderson 335-4557 Florists Cem'ty Lots 01 A 4 LOT PLOT Rose Hill Cemetery Lakevlew Addition $225 each 451 5782 Choice section Ever man cemetery 9261666 927-2076 SPACES in Laurel Garden cost SU00 will sell for best offer 265222 GORDON BOSWELL FLOWERS 172 PENNSYLVANIA 717-114 4 TOO CAMP BOWIE 728-4217 BALCH FLOWERS INC 292-2291 not BERRY 714-171 FLOWERS im CLEBURNE RD 774-1147 STM TRAIL LAKE DR 291-5M5 THREE SPACES at Mount Olivet Cemetery JacK Curtis Frels 2505 Georgetown Houston Texas 77005 John A Winters Florist Charge accounts welcome 731-1261 FOUR CHOICE soaces toqemer in Resurrection section Greenwood Cemetery 524-9091 Bids Wanted The Tarrant County Hospital trict is accepting sealed bids for the remodeling of district facilities located at 129 Harmon Road Hurst Texas until 9 00 A on the first (1) dav of August 1975 in the office of the Director of Purchasing 1500 South Mam Street Fort Worth Texas at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud Proposals' shall be accompanied by a cashier's or certified check upon a national bank or state bank in an amount not less than five per cent (5 per cent) of the total maximum bid price payable without recourse to the Tarrant County Hospital District or a bid bond in the same amount from a reliable surety company as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract and execute performance bond and payment bond within ten (10) days after notice of award of contract to him The notice of award of contract will be given by the Tarrant County Hospital District within sixty (60) days following the opening of bids The successful bidder must furnish performance bond in the amount of one hundred per cent 100 per cent) of the contract price from an approved surety company holding a permit from the State of Texas to act as surety or other surety or sureties acceptable to the Tarrant County Hospital District The right is reserved as the interest of the Tarrant County Hospital District may require to reject any and all Strike Closes More Pulp Mills Tanglewood Trail was a native of Comanche and studied at Baylor University and the University of Texas He graduated from the UT Galveston medical branch in 1933 He interned at John Scaly Hospital in Galveston and served his residency at Harris Hospital He was a fellow of the American College of Surgeons a past vice president of the Tarrant County Medical Society a past president of the Tarrant County Academy of Family Practice and a fellow of the American Academy of Family practice He was a past president of the Association of American Survivors include his wife Jacqueline a daughter Mrs Carol Hackieman of Metairie La a brother Boyd Anthony of Comanche three sisters Mrs Elizabeth Durham and Mrs Ellen Norris of Comanche and Mrs Josephine Box of Corpus Christi and two grandchildren Survivors include a son Ricketts Sr of Hurst a daughter Mrs Mary Blankenship of Nederland 10 grandchildren 20 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren Funeral services will be held at 3:30 tomorrow at Greenwood Chapel Burial will be in Mount Olivet Kennedy a native of Hooks resided at 2654 Reginald Drive Survivors include his father Willie Kennedy of Hooks and mother Mrs Fleather Kennedy brother James Kennedy and sister Mrs Pearlie May Berkins allot Fort Worth TICHENOR-BALLINGER Tvler Trent 19 Arlington Jerri Michelle 19 Grand Prairie BIRTHS July 16 ALL SAINTS HOSPITAL MILLER Mr and Mrs Douglas Spear 3628 Fuller bov STRICKLEN and Mrs 1705 Morningside Drive bov ARLINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HERMANN Mr and Mrs Paul 1911 Alston Arlington girl PREJUbA Mr and Mrs Mauro 4927 Gaston Ave Dallas boy SCHOTT Mr and Mrs Charles 1718 California Lane Arlington bov CARSWELL AFB HOSPITAL MEYERS AF 2nd Lt and Mrs Steven 8616 Las Vegas Trail girl FORT WORTH OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL KOST Mr and Mrs Dennis 3704 Mattison bov LO Mr and Mrs Wan Bang 1720 Las Vegas Trail bov PETERSON Mr and Mrs Fred 805 Bradley girl HARRISHOSPITAL BARNEBURG Mr and Mrs Bruce 3905 Desert Ridge Road bov BIONDI Mr and Mrs John Route13 Box421qirl BOYD Mr and Mrs Martin A 208 South Heights Crowley girl DURON Mr and Mrs Manuel 916 Henderson bov HARDY Mr and Mrs Davie 5120 Nolan bov HAWTHORNE Mr and Mrs Lee 2917 McCart girl HOWELL Mr and Mrs Joseph 761 Willow Hurst bov JUDD Mr and Mrs Kenneth 3045 Jane Lane bov KING Mr and Mrs Eddie 5802 Highland girl MILLER Mr and Mrs Kenneth 1005 Poe Azle bov MILLER Mr and Mrs Robert 419 Georgetown Everman girl MORRIS Mr and Mrs Tyrone A 1436 Harrison Lane Hurst girl RICKARD Mr and Mrs David Post Office Box 200 Kennedale bov SHELTON Mr and Mrs Kenneth 625 Woodside Drive Hurst girl VALLE Mr and Mrs Ramiro 2800 May girl H-E-B HOSPITAL BUSHONG Mr and Mrs Perry 2122 Eden Fort Worth boy DIAL Mr and Mrs Mallov 7304 Randol Mills Fort Worth girl WESTERDALE Mr and Mrs Richard 225 Brookview Hurst bov PETER SMITH HOSPITAL BROWN Mr and Mrs James 4208 Wiman bov DeNEALE Mr and Mrs Frank 719 Circle Drive Arlington bov DOMSTEAD Mr and Mrs Stanley 548 Fielder Arlington girl DUNNAM Mr and Mrs James A 4301 Weber bov GILBERT Mr and Mrs Flovd 1916 Bishop boy GRAY Mr and Mrs Olhe 8212 Cardinal Lane Smithfield bov HERNANDEZ Mr and Mrs Benny 3413 Elm bov SORIA Mr and Mrs Armando 1121 Fairviewgirl FIRE CALLS Fire calls answered bv the Fort Worth fire department during the 24-hour period ended at 7 a today THURSDAY 10 46 a 1404 Stafford grass 2 01 3221 Clinton garage minor damage 58 1900 Drew graSs 3 Ol Drew and Gordon qrass 3 45 Bolt and railroad qrass 4 48 1400 Dreiss grass 4 44 2727 Leodell trash 5 1130E Terrell grass 6 (M pm West Freewav trash i 06 pm Jacocks Lane trash 6 23 605 Riverside Drive apartment no damage 4 06 1701 Rogers Road trash 10 22 Pm 4700 Vickery grass I See by the Star-Telegram VANCOUVER BC (AP) -More mill shutdowns were reported Thursday as British forestry industry began feeling the spreading effects of a strike by nearly 12000 pulp workers The workers members of the Pulp Paper and Woodworkers of Canada and the Canadian Union went on strike Wednesday at all 20 pulp mills in the province The two unions had joined the 35000-member International Woodworkers of America in bargaining with the three employer associations and went on strike despite a request not to from provincial Labor Minister Bill King King last week appointed Justice Henry Hutcheon of the BC Supreme Court as special mediator and gave him 21 days to bring in a nonbinding report on the 200 areas of dispute between the unions and the companies King asked the unions to withhold strike action until the report was complete The IWA MRS LILLIE MAE SHAW FW Woman Dies in Beaumont Mrs Lillie Mae Shaw 86 a resident of Fort Worth about 50 years died yesterday in a Beaumont hospital Mrs Shaw a native of Kentucky resided at 2930 Field in Haltom City She was a member of Bird-ville Baptist Church Survivors include a son Fred Shaw of Nederland a daughter Mrs Frances Barrett of Weatherford two sisters Mrs Byron Lightfoot of Cleburne and Mrs Otis Bonham of Richmond Calif nine grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren Funeral services will be held at 10 a tomorrow at Lucas Memorial Chapel Burial will be in Rose Hill Kin Back From Rites Fort Worth members of the family of Mrs Alice Spaulding have returned home after attending her funeral services Tuesday in Hico Mrs Spaulding 91 a native of Llano had lived in Hico 70 years She died Monday in a Hico convalescent home She was a Methodist Survivors include two sons Carl Spaulding of Fort Worth and Noel Spaulding of Killeen a daughter Mrs Mamie Graves of Austin and four grandchildren and 11 gmt-erandchildren Cable Break Cuts Off South Africa PRETORIA South Africa (AP) A break in the Cape Town-to-Lisbon undersea cable Thursday night cut off telephone and telex links between South Africa and the rest of the world The cause of the break was not known Tests indicated the cable was cut 40 to 50 miles off Cape Town a Post Office spokesman said Radio channels were taking over emergency traffic The outage was expected to last three or four days Troy Defeated In a 10-year war ending in 1200 BC the Greeks defeated the Trojans and destroyed the city of Troy Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a tomorrow at Baker Funeral Home Chapel for Augusta Kennedy 44 a resident of Fort Worth 25 years He died Tuesday in a Richland Hills convalescent home Burial will be in Red Bank Cemetery in Hooks DIVORCES ASKED In the matter of the marriage of BIRCH LaRetta andCullenG HOWA Olm Neel and Willie WELDON Jess Phillip and Katherine Currier WEBB Edna and Elton ELKINS Jo Ann and Emmett Jerrell MITCHELL Janette Leonard and Albert Lee ARMSTRONG Denise Ann and Don Maurice FELAND Patricia Jeanette and Donald Richard DUNAVIN Sheila Ruth and Troy Dean Jr HRISCO MarvM and George WALKER Carolyn Sue and Bobby Terrell ROBERTS Jenmva Dee and Richard Charles SWILLING John Leon and Patricia Leigh HAWKINS Noveiine and Clyde Edward HARRIS Rovlene Wvnette and William Beniamin McKAY Alice Fave and Herbert Cyrus WILLIAMS Thelma and James BELL Barbara Ann and Earl DANIEL Joe and Betty Jo SASSMAN Robert Fred and Peggy Ann TAYLOR Elizabeth Steele and Bobby MYERS Dorothy and Richard MEYER Alvin Gene and Mona Beth Littvjohn HUNTER Betty and Wilhe Jr BENNETT Anna and Kenneth GRAY Harnette A and Cameron McLEOD James Arthur and Nancy Elaine Stroud COFFMAN Linda' Ann and Luther Emerson WHITEHEAD Patricia Jane and Hubert Lee MARRIAGE LICENSES ALLEN-McCOWN Darrell Dwight 28 Garland Glenda Darlene 25 Arlington ANOERSON-MATIN James Timothy 34 Barbara Fawn 18 both Crow-lev BOLING-THOMPSON David Moore 70 Tom Bean Verda Onilia 65 1511 Grand BOYD-CLINGMAN John Thomas 18 3533 Park Rhonda Gale 19 3544 Rita BRADLEY-KINCANNON William George 31 2851 Walton Carola Arlene 27 6867 Chickenng BRATTON-ANDERSON David Eldon 21 5000 Lyndon Laura Gail 18 3801 Brookdale BREWER-HUMPHRIES Alan Blane 10 Beverly Kay 18 both Arlington BROWN-FLICKER Richard Earl 46 920 Lake Lucv Ellen 52 2017 Mempnni CAMPBELL SWINNEY Robert Ver-nard 52 South Dakota Oreva Christine 48 3304 Springdale HARLAN-THOMPSON Robert Leonard Jr 24 Vicki Lynn 20 both Arlington HOWERY-HAYS Rickey Loil 20 719 Fav Barbara Lvn 17 1017 Blue Lake JEE-MONTGOMERY John Wie Gen 25 Box 22213 Bertha Rochelle 21 Everman KEY-STOBAUGH Carroll Wavne 32 Box 13575 Shirley Elizabeth 39 Hurst KRAGEN-CHICOTSKY Robert 60 4300 Warnock Jennie Cobbel 52 3672 Encanto LEE-HEMBREE Ronnie Thomas 22 4232 Ken Michael Court Charlene 28 Euless LIGHTSEY-VANN Jimmy Leo 24 Deborah Gail 18 both 4916 Fossil LLOYD-STARBIRD Stephen Michael 22 Terri Gaviene 20 both 4917 01-Ite O'DONN LL-BOLTON James Ferdinand 32 Grapevine Haley Jewel 36 Smithfield PRUITT-MARKUM George Michael 23 8901 Normandale Sheia Kav 22Godlev TOE-jicKS Davkd Paui $3 324 Revere Aim to uuoun SMITH-JOHNSON Robert Anthony 27 Roanoke Elizabeth Jo 22 Smithfield STEPHENS-VANCE Jimmy Rav 20 Mary Jean 1lbothAzl agreed but the other two unions went ahead with the strikes Hutcheon completed his second day of talks Thursday Canadian Cellulose 79 per cent of which is owned by the British Columbia government was reported shutting down its sawmill and logging operations at Terrace That would affect 800 IWA members Canadian Forest Products announced it will close its Ebune sawmill in the Fraser Valley affecting 585 IWA members and other mills are expected to follow as wood chips destined for the idle pulp mills pile up Another 6000 IWA members are off work for varying reasons The employers have offered only cost-of-living clause wage increases to the unions The pulp unions have asked for $150 an hour on the base rate of $510 The IWA has asked for $1 an hour on the same base rate The IWA contracts expired June 15 and June 30 the pulp contracts June 30 of "My Personal Wishes" Phone Stile end Zip Code PENNSYLVANIA AT FIFTH AVENUE NORTHEAST CHAPEL 5800 BELKNAP 'aie 67th District Court Hon Clyde Ashworth Judge Mansfield State Bank vs Pierce judgment Texas Consumer Finance Coro vs Samuel Mouncil et ux judgment Texas Consumer Finance Corp vs Thomas Snyder et ux ludgment Vermce Clark vs Fort Worth Independent School District and Marie Connailv dismissed Texas Consumer Finance Corp vs Northshore Bank of Houston Tex dismissed Midland Medical Arts Building Inc vs James Louis dismissed with prejudice Kimbell Inc vs Dovle Mercy Her-rinq judgment Western Resort Properties Inc vs Continental National Bank of Fort Worth dismissed with prejudice Andrew Winfrey Judge Jackson and Eleanor Jean Jackson vs Paul-sel Lumber Co and Mike Herron Mobile Homes judgment Willie Helen Cobb vs Guest andW Guest judgment Ed Dov Supply vs Holiday Stores Inc dismissed with oreiudice Kimbell Inc vs Mary Pais judgment Tarrant State Bank vs Allstate Insurance Co dismissed with prejudice Montgomery Ward Co Inc vs William Askew dismissed with prejudice Arlington Federal Credit Union vs Billy Graham judgment Barney Holland Oil Co vs Robert Fisher dismissed with prejudice Ronald Walton vs Kimbell inc judgment Louis White vs Farmers Insurance Group and Bill Owens dismissed with prejudice Patrick Eagle and Gary Coburn vs William Adams judgment Michael Johnson vs Randy Lvnn Armstrong dismissed with prejudice Dorothy Jean Owens vs Liberty Mutual Insurance Co judgment Elizabeth Ann Bowen vs Pacific Employers Insurance Co judgment Webb Overhead Door Co vs Mimar Construction Co dismissed with prejudice Berkshire Hathaway Inc vs International Interiors Inc judgment Tirum Bank vs Wells Fargo r- mored Service Corpand Republic National Bank dismissed with prejudice Pieternella Cheult et vir vs Clarence Worsham dismissed with oreiudice The State of Texas vs Raymond Anderson judgment Western Savings and Loan Association vs William Russell judgment Thomoson-Havward Chemical Co vs Leonard Farms dismissed with oreiudice Tubesales vs Delta Engineering Sales dismissed with prejudice Industrial Diesel A cupplv vs John Carlisle judgment Suits Filed in District Courts Morrison Supply Co vs Mechanical Corp debt and sequestration First National Bank of Collevville vs Pierce Horton et ux suit on note Truck Insurance Exchange vs A Braswell compensation The Fort Worth National Bank vs William Pruitt suit on note Vanguard insurance co vs James Harvey Whitnev etal declaratory judgment Marjorie Patterson vs Judith Bell property damages George Miller Straughan vs Clarence Edward property damages James Earl White vs William Mvers et ux suit on debt Marguerite Heldman vs Aaron Rash-ti et al property settlement agreement Marguerite Heldman vs Aaron Rash-tietal suit on debt In Re Linda Lorraine Crowl waiver of age requirement Merlin Saltzman vs Donald Hatch-el promissory note Thomas Energy Consultants Inc et al vs Terradevco Inc et al Not Their Responsibility Even though your children may now be adults to you still the kids You like to protect them in every way you can force them 111 t0 male decisions in their If time of grief Arrange for your funeral now with the trained counselors from Gause-Ware Funeral Homes A tradition of service to Fort Worth families since 1879 Mail the coupon today Woman Is Killed By Shot A 43-year-old West Side woman was killed this morning when a bullet crashed through her dining room window and struck her while she was sitting at a table Dead is Mrs Evangalina Bousquet ot 4825 Borden Police said a 13-year-old boy who lived nearby admitted that he was in a backyard shooting at fence posts and tin cans with a 22-caliber rifle at the time the woman was shot Police said the youth was taken into custody by police but that they are unsure what if any charges would be filed against the youth Medical Investigator Parkey said Mrs Bousquet was sitting at her dining room table about 730 am when she was struck in the chest by the bullet Her two small children ran to a nearby relative's home and told what had happened The relative notified authorities Please send a free copy NJEAW CHAPEL iauie Funeral Homes.

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