Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on June 5, 1947 · 8
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'' :: : ) 011111 y lit e tit e Radio Programs -Service Merchandise 111M1111 c10 ar L mI - 0 Thurs Morn June 5 1947 8-TORT TRW STAR-TELEGRAM O E Cantrell Park Forester Stricken Dies Oscar Edward Cantrell 43 of 2133 Blandin forester for the City Park Department and Fort Worth resident 12 years died at 6:30 p m Wednesday in a hospital lie was stricken with a heart attack Monday Surviving are his wife a daughter Miss Mildred Cantrell parents Mr and Mrs B A Cantrell Plano five brothers and six sisters - Rev O C Robinson will conduct services aat 4 p rn Thursday in Lucas Funeral Home Burial will be at Garden of Memories Six tephews will be pallbearers GUY GILBERT CASEY Burial will be in Mount Olivet after the funeral is held at 4 p m Thursday in Shannon's Funeral Chapel for Guy - Gilbert Casey 76 of 2400 Lee retired cattleman and Fort Worth resident 25- years who died Wednesday He is survived by his wife two sons Dub and Buddie Casey both of Fort Worth: three daughters Mrs Bennie McDonald of Fort Worth Mrs W M Whitesides of Plainview and Mrs John C Kreager of Sherman a sister seven grandchildren and two great- grandchildren MRS FANNIE PARMITER Rev A B VanArsdale will eon- duct services at 10 a m Thursday in Harveson gr Cole Chapel- for Mrs Fannie Parmiter 85 of 1023 W Bewick who died Tuesday' Burial will be in Greenwood - CHARLES JOHN SMITH Charles John Smith 57 Fort' Worth resident for 21 years died Wednesday at his residence 3624 Harley Ile was a foundry emkloye The funeral will be held at 2 p m Friday in Trinity Lutheran Church with Rev Erling IL Vold officiating Burial will be Greenwood Survvors include his wife al daughter Mrs Mary Miller of Cleveland Ohio and a brother1 Earl Smith of Youngstown Ohio Gause-Ware Funeral Home will announce arrangements R M DUNHAM The funeral will be held at 11 a m Friday at the residence L'00 W Leuda for R M Dunham 64 construction engineer who died Tuesday night while on a l business trip to Houston Burial' will be in West Oakwood Surviving are his wife two sons Charles L and Joseph Dunham both of Fort Worth a daughter Mary Ann and a grand-EOM 5f7ir& acf4 in the new-day N-tane gasoline that's made for youfor NOW! --- 1 valVVOVVOVVVVVVVPIOVIO o0001VV r Zs - 6'frovtOtt:Ity4!V FUNERAL HELD — Mrs W - A Stephens 74 of 2005 Western for whom services were held Wednesday afternoon in Harveson & Cole Chapel Burial was in Rose Hill She died Tuesday Arthur Boreman Named Head of Aeronautic Body Arthur I Boreman of Des Moines was elected president of the National Aeronautic Association Wednesday at the closing session of the organization's three-day Silver Jubilee convention at Blackstone HoteL Minneapolis was first choice for the 1948 convention with Miami as alternate choice Boreman sueceeds L Welch Pogue of Washing! ton who was elected board chair! man Other officers named included Frederick Crawford Cleveland first vice president Mrs James H Doolittle New York secretary and Lowell II Swenson Washington executive vice president Divisional vice presidents are: for private flying Bud Gillies San Diego air transport Robert Ram-speck 'Washington airports Dr Lynn Bollinger Boston- air youth Robert Hinkley Washington air 1 defense Trubee Davison New York air safety Jerome B Lederer New York City The convention went on record for early action on some plan to unify the armed forces asked traffic control towers everywhere be made a part of the federal airways system proposed speeding up the federal airport program 1 and asked local sponsors of federal-aid projects for small airfields and airparks hurry their plans asked that weather information he collected and disseminated for all off-the-airways points and recommended the establishment of free ports at all airports of entry where such plan is considered economically sound 1 Cheek Itching First Application Agonizing itching or ugly Eczema Rash Tetter RiniCW(11111 Pimples Scabies Toe Itch is checked in ONE APPLICATION of BLUE STAR OINTMENT Repeat as needed ak nature helps heal Money back if FIRST Jar fails to satisfy Try it today —Adv I f you're not too old to change your mind and go for something fresh and fast and newpull up at the next red q3 pump and fill up with Conoco! For here's power hard to hold down INSTANT STARIS tWCeSECe (-q CAWS extra SMOOTH eXtra - miles www0000mt414mia01"P 00 Adrienne-Ames Is Buried Here After Brief Service Adrienne Ames former film beauty and New York radio commentator was buried in East Oakwood Cemetery Wednesday after brief services at Robertscii-Mueller-Harper Funeral Temple attended only by members of the family and a few close friends - Principal services had been conducted -Monday in New York Agreement Reached In Greyhound Strike Agreement has been reached here between officials of the International Association of Machinists and the Southwestern Greyhound Lines on terms of a new contract which is expected to end a two-month strike of the firm's mechanics Terms of the contract were not announced but described as entirely new Release of the agreement is pending approval of the settlement by union chapters at Kansas' City Dallas Houston and Ama-' rill° Wages were the basic issue in the dispute and before the strike were $120 to $130 an hour1 Gen Carlson Buried In Arlington Cemetery WASHINGTON June 4 (JP)— Brig Gen Evans F Carlson fa- mous Marine leader of "Carlson's Raiders" was buried with military: honors Wednesday in Arlington national Cemetery Gen Alexander A Vandegrift commandant of the Marine Corps' and other high ranking Marine and Navy officers stood at atten-ht tion at the graveside while the traditional military farewell ot: three rifle volleys were fired over the casket General Carlson 51 died of a heart illness last week in Portland Ore STOMACH MAKE NO MONEY TEST When Mooting ran dur &tomer TEST I and inflgestion from ityperacidli are making life miserable and yea are upset and can't enjoy eatinç try the BO year famed kelp of War 11 Black Poetic P Tablets the personal prescription of Dr Jame Ware You risk no money For if you are not won derfUlly satisfied your money back Also available in powder form If preferred At druggist LEONARD'S DRUG DEPT SUFFERERS 1 °611rai et : att' catzgu where the Fort Worth girl hadi Tnree miustipmen irom Texas re-achieved fame in radio and thekeived awards Wednesday at bridistinction of being one of the gade parade at the United States nativn's best-dressed -women: - Naval Academy The brief service here conducted joy Xey A B- VapArsdale of College Avenue Baptist Church' consatect of one song "When They Ring the Golden Bells" reading of the 14th- chapter 'of Sty John and a closing prayer Mrs Charles Pishney sang the favorite hymn Miss Ames was buried in the Oakwood plot where her father Samuel McClure was buried in 1928 and where other members of the family rest She herself had not lived in Fort Worth since 1927 Her mother Mrs Flora McClure of Beverly Hills Cal and a sister Miss Jane Merrick were here for the service - Lydick Barmann Co ATTIC FAB Home Installation Exhaust Fans and Evaporative Coolers COMMERCIAL INSTALLATION 505 COMMERCE DIAL 2-9364 For Health and Comfort Manufactured in Fort Worth AEngineered for Texas Weather Isk NGuaranteed by Fort Worth People V 3426-30 Frazier St Phone 92337 i ASBESTOS SHINGLES-METAL LATH - ASBESTOS SIDING-STEEL DECKS RUBEROID TITE-ON SHINGLES ? 71 - 1301 Foch St at West Lancaster Port Worth Texas (Just East of Farrington Field) Three Texans Given Navy Academy Awardl BALTIMORE J u T1 e 4 (W)— Three midshipmen from Texas re gade parade at the United States Naval Academy George R Lemmon Dallas 'received the Navy secretary's rtophy for proficiency with the carbine William 11 Flynn Jr Harlingen was given the class of 1928 watch for junior varsity football Richard Iv Bass Jr Denton was awarded the superintendent's leadership commendation SKILLED WORKMANSHIP SPECIAL TOOLS GENUINE REPLACEMENT - PARTS PROMPT ATTENTION gRATOR SERUM Co 11nE13-IS COMMERCE STREET Phone 3-23113 Copyright 194 Continental Oil Co rpolionnor° - SAmtelerg Beautiful Durable 0 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM RADIO CLOCK a I 1 8:00 am—Looking for fun and laughs? Then tune in "The Breakfast Club"' 'BULLETIN: 215 P I tn Twhitaht jacvsilni fascinating new ew emcee Don M cN show w thatWfBeAatPu-r5e7s° th mAov8iCnIg m ie re phon in another "Pop Cali" MILD! t THURSDAY MORNING AN AFTERNOON PROGRAMS A M WBAP-WFAA-570 WBAP-WFAA-820 KRLD-4080 1 Kra-1270— — — ------- 5:30— SagebruA Serenade Radio Revival S Dawn Patrol 5:4$— Serenade Devotional S Texas Roundup S Dawn Patrol 1 6:00—Yawn Patrol S Farm ovel Home 0 Tona Remorhm It IIPL1 121-- 1 1(1-1z-1270 k At WBAP-WFAA-570 WBAP-WFAA-820 KRLD-080 — 5:30- Sagebrush Serenade Radio Revival S Dawn Patrol 5:45- Serenade Devotional S Texas Roundup 3SRDhavwthnmPaRturonidup 6:00-Yawn Patrol - SFarm crd Horne 0 texas Roundup 6:15-Yawn Patrol Weather khiews-Engie EiNews farm Edition VCart Story 6:30-Sunshine Boys S the Form fditoo SI Strtmpo QUelftlA SI li Neighbor 6:4157Sinm nsCiusirtist SI She? 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