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MWKHf^^ f WfllBflf Seplembef 23, | 971 Get Dads Assn. Scholarships Twenty Texas tech students including two from Lubbock have been named recipients o Dads Association : Scholarships for 1371-72, according to William H, Tlnney, chairman of the Association's scholarship com mlttee. The $250 scholarships, double the number awarded In previous years, go to five students at each acftderhlc level •— freshman through senior . —based on scholastic achievement and citizenship. Recipients will got special recognition at tlie annual Dads Fresliman grantees are Larr> F. Biaylock of San Antonio Catherine Carmlchaei of Houston, Nancy Kay. Cummins of Ingleside. D, Brooks West of 3703 32nd St., Lubbock and Pen ny Sue Willenborg of Graham. Sophomore recipients are Michael Eugene Allen of Rotan Trudy Ann Bryant o. Piainview, Barbara Lynn Grlssom of 2.2£ 22nd St, Lubbock, Marther Esther Hlnojosa of Dallas and Linda Kay Vogel of Hereford. Juniors are David Garcia Kordon of Huntingron, N.V. Dcnise Suzanne Kasberg of Sar Antonio, Frances Marie Otto oi Wichita Falls and Lynda Nell Willis of Seminole. Senior recipients are Kay Lynn of Midland, Lee Mclntyre of Poteet, Siemon Mendez of Levelland, Mary Lou Weaver of Sundown, and Donald Ray Willis of Seminole. City Man Gets Probatted Term In Court Here A five-year probationary term was assessed a Lubbock man this morning by Judge William R. Shaver, 140th District Court, while the' similar status, oi another defendant was revoked. Lynn Shbx., 19, of Dallas, pleaded guilty of possession ol marijuana last Nov. 10 while he was a student at Texas Tech, officials said. Tiie other man, Richard L. Gocher, 23, 1501 Ave. C, had received -a five-year pro- bationary'term on a burglary charge Jan. 26, 1970. Probation Revoked Gocher's probation was revok ed this morning on evidence that he was assessed an eight-year prison; term June 25 in burglary case at-Plainview, according to court officials. A jury in 99th District Court of Judge Howard C. Davison Wednesday afternoon assessed a maximum' penalty, of a. 10-year prison term against DeVarl Wayne Metheny, : Z1, 1118 E. Tulane St." '- . • ; : . Matheny was . convicted . of theft by false pretext by giving a worthless check In payment far an automobile from Auto CoiTal, 2811 Texas Ave., Sept. 7, 1970. . Asst. Dist Atty. Ronnie Jackson said Matheny hnd received a two-year prison term only two years ago on a forgery charge and that this evidence was presented for the jury's consideration in assessing the punishmtnt. Friday Services Set For Mrs. Lela Haney Services for Mrs. Lela Haney, SO, of 1713 E. 16th St.. who died about 8:15 a.m. Wednesday in Lubbock Osteopathic Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in W. W. Rix Chapel. Burial will be in City of Lubbock Cemetery. A native of Aspcrmont. Mrs. Haney moved to Lubbock in 19-12 from Morton. She was a member of -the Xorthside Church of Christ. Survivors include one son, Virgil of 1911 E. 16th St.; three daughters, Mrs. Virgie Grace of 1509 E. Tulane, Mrs. Betty Gschwend of 810 Municipal Drive and Mrs. Mae Loveil of 1713 .E,. 16th St.; one brother, Frank Stephens._pf Brownfield; of Brownfield, Mrs of Waco and Mrs. Ella Winkles of Fort Worth; 13 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchifdren. Robert W. \ Ser\dces Friday Services for Robert Wesley Webb, a, of_2002 ^Sth St.. who .. at 10 n.m. Friday in Grace Chapel. 4501 University, Officiating will bo the Rev. Arnold Pope. Burial will be in City of Lubbock Ccmetenr under direction of Sanders Funeral Home. Webb, who was employed as an attendant 3t Rip Griffins Truck Stop, had jived in Lubbock 15 years, moving here from New Deal where ho had farmed. Survivors include the widow, one son, R. W. Webb of and six sisters. Perry fin and it pii im and Scott Ellison. • ' P RED TIDE MISNOMER • has at least 23 times since 4. his plague is nothing new. Also called "rotten water," "black water," "poiso 8 water" and "yellow water," it was described as early as 208 B. C. MOSCOW — Soviet citizens speak out after lectures. TV • • JJaVIS .-., ,,••'" LrlCS 111 Mrs. Charles E. Davis, SO o 1507 17th St., died at 2:55 a.m today In West Texas Hospita after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Davis and her husband who survives, were man-led a Commerce 59 years ago,; She was employed for many years as gift wrapper at Anderson Brothers Jewelers, downtown store. . - Hiey moved to. Lubbock 3 years ago and Davis had been in the automobile .busiriess. He served as school superintendent of Quanah arid Piainview before ~ovlng to Lubboclt. She was a member of Firs .iristian Church. Survivors include the husband one daughter, Mrs. G wen A. an Flake of Dallas; and two grand children. . ':.'._. Services will'be conducted a 2 p.m. .Friday in Sanders Me mprial Chapel with Dr. Dudley Strain, minister of First Chris tian Church, officiating. Burial will .«'in Icity of .Lubbock Cemetery under direction of Sanders Funeral Home. Combined Tests Set For Juniors EVANSTON. 111. (UPJ) — A combined National Merit Scholarship and preliminary to high schoo juniors in October for the first time, a National Merit Scholarship Corp. spokesman said today. Combining of the t we previously separate tests was Both tests are normally administered to high school juniors in the fall. ; . ,. . "The basic reason for combining the tests was.!that it eliminates an additional test : the students have to take," .JI.- Elizabeth Jacka, executive -.vice president of NMSC, said. ''•• -, "It: also .saves time for tfie school'systems," she said..' The new P3AT.— NMSQT test will : serve the functions of the old tests, she said. : ; Col. Baxter In Reese Post Col. Walter H. Baxter IH, a assumed duties as the deputy commander for Reese AFB operations. He succeeds Lt. Col. Char.es K. Rose IH. a colonel selectee who will become the now deputy commander for Materiel in ear- y October succeeding Col Claude W. Turner, who was •ecently selected for an assign ment to Ent AFB. Colo. Col Baxter is a native of San Benito, and a June 1950 graduate of the r'oint. N. Y. ig the Korean War he new F-51s .with the 12th Fighter- Jomber Squadron, 18th Fighter- Bomber Group. He was assigned o Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Thailand, in 1970 with duty Dperations for. the 8th Tactical lighter "'Wing-' and was later named vice commander of that organization, from which he comes to Reese. . . : His military, decorations include .the Distinguished Flying -ospitnl after a lengthy illness. She had lived in Lubbock 15 uisband, Simon; four sons, Tony, Jesse. Daniel and Simon ieina Jr., al! of the home; and one daughter, Susan, of the Services are pending at Snnd crs Funeral Home. onfcrcncc On Human Factors Set At Tech An exchange of information between Texas Tech researchers and representatives of. national defense .agencies, industry anc other scientific Investigators is scheduled .during a special conference on : the; Tech; campus Tuesday through Sept.-30. ; • -Designated as a Human Fac- the second of it* kind to be held at Texas Tech and is connectct a Defense Departmen research project being con ducted at the university's Center of Biotechnology and Human Performance. The project is studying the efficiency of human performance over an extender period of time. BY BUSINESSMAN Assessment^ QiaUerigetlj Judge William R. Shaver nas issued a temporary restraining order and set a hearing for Sept 29 at 10 a. TR. in a Lubbock businessman's challenge of the 1971 tax rolls of Lubbock Independent School District and the City of Lubbock, - ' - : •'; Judge Shaver Issued the order Wednesday afternoon after Kalph Bumpass, identified as owner of Blue Bonnet Laundry and Dry Cleaners, 1 2107 19th St. filed the suit for injunction in 140th District Court. Bumpass named the ; schoo district, -.city, John R. Brooks and the Board of Tax Equalization as defendants. The schoo district and city maintain a joinl tax office, with Brooks as ta> Bumpass charged that his property, legally, described as L 1 & 2, Block 48 of McCrum-TH..., 2nd Addition to .Lubbock, was appraised by the'defendants a 565,075 and the assessment for tax -purposes was set at 526,030. Bumpass alleged that the fair market value of the property and laundry and dry cleaning equipment was 550,000, and by applying the tax formula used by the city and school distric should tx He alleged that the Board of Equalization refused to equalize and made no adjustments relating to true market value as required by -the state con stitution. . Bumpass' petition asserted that he was fully willing to pay a reasonable and equitable la.\ on the property,, and that the suit was not motivated by an attempt to avoid payment o legitimate taxes. Mrs. Flo^d Mrs.. Floyd : ,(Jackie) Tidvveil 50, of 3413 46th Sr.,- : died at <J":0£ a.m. today in the emergency room of Methodist Hospital after becoming ill at her home. She was an information clerk at the post office, where she had been employed 16 years; She was.; : a ; member .of the supervisors auxiliary and Oakwood Baptist Church. Mrs, ; Tidwell moved to the Acuff : community from Que- rhado, ;N.M., when she was two years old.' She attended Roosevelt schools, and had lived in Lubbock since 1941. Survivors include the husband, two daughters, Charlotte and Janice Tidwell ofithe home- her lather, -J.; B. Meador of Acuff; two 'sisters. Mrs. Jerry Biffle of Anton arid Mrs. Floyd Kempner, .of San .Diego, Calif.; arid two '• brothers, Morris Meador and Alton Meador, both of Acuff. .Services will bo conducted at 4 p.nri' Saturday in Oakwood Baptist Church. Officiating will be the Rev. Stan Blevins, pastor, who will be assisted by the Rev. »_,-_of the Bellaire Bap- Undergraduate ; Pilot Training Class 72-03, said, • "There must.be a new vision on. .the part; -of ' goyemmeni leaders concerning defense requirements, .there must be a wart; Sidney Johnston, Bill Strickland, Hubert Searcy, Morris Hardin and Riley While. of Home. Alviu Louis Thomas Riles Slated COTTON f-FVTFp _ Se™es ^m te it i ^ in He died at 7:40 p.m. Tuesday in Haie Center Hospital. ..Officiating will be the Rev. Raymond Jones, pastor of Cot- Rev. the United :- — -.1. Burial will be n Piainview Memorial Park. Thomas, who came, to the south.Plains in 1911 to work for :he • Spade Ranch, was a .lacksmith. Ho worked as a jlacksmith in Cotton Center Halfway and Fence Lake, N.M.' He was a native of Oklahoma. Survivors include five sons,; _arl arid Douglas Thomas ofi Corpus Christi, Louis Thomas of "'-'—'- Alvin Thomas Jr. of Ch ck „ 'rv,,,~ Book By Texas Tech Professor Published A book which will be read only by ' advanced physicists, yet likely to have a major impact Texas Tech Prof. _u. a theoretical physicist. .Mesic Atoms and Nuclear Structure" has been published and already is in translation for foreign markets. The .work represents more than three years of preparation and was published at the request of. colleagues throughout " world. • •.:-.;.; . 'afts o£ KJm's _ ,. submitted to scientists throughout the world before the publishers decided to print it. Upon recommendations of scientific reviewers, it was published By North Holland Publishing Co of Amsterdam and London. Kim said thc book explores whether the major physics theory of matter is valid, or "if we need a new one." ,. . > J«hi«.: Krile. ;Du««n, ;20, r »nd Jilts v i»'!> o t James L. Rice Jr. ofCelina, Ohio, 'a member 'of.Reese AFB Undergraduate Pilot..Traimng:Clas'k '7,2,03 was presented the Air framing Command. Commander's Trophy for overall excellence iuhile]a\s\tideni.pilot. During ceremonies today he also was[ presented the top'academic trophy, the tap flying trophy 'and, ; a certificate of recognition as an outstanding graduate": (Staff Photo) ADDRESSES IREESE CLASS Educator Fears Decline In U.S.Wc>ffl[ Power .S-;.By J6k HUGHES:; ..•--;, v ,: .»__™i .)..;.• «ti-Jt. .. yiMJjjjJl HUCJIL -Ull UtC PUT ; •• Ayatanche-Jouriial; StaH.?V-. ofi'theHAmericariLpeople '.an'd ; A :.; Lubbock , . -college-., ad- there must be a' new'willingness ministrator. today, predicted that to- erigagci ^th'e iriation's • t o't a "n'.ess.govemrnent leaders' gain resources iri:def'ens'e-'o£;freedom a, newT'insight. -into. Jhe; - im- or^ the-Uiiited . States ! will .'find portance of national defense the itself at 'the end of .the 'IDT' I Tnif P/^ 51 a t«e"'. Viir +V</\ iinri *-i.c AI.:_ r. «.«"__' i;_ _^_ •__ •-•-.. United States, by the end of this decade, "will find itself . . a second rate power." Dr. C. L. Kay, assistant president of Lubbock Christian College and principal speaker at graduation exercises this mdrn f o r ^. e AFB Woiiian Given Jail Sieiatence A Lubbock woman received a sentence of 30 'days in jail arid court costs' this morning from Judge Denzil Severs, County Court-at-Law No. 2. -Lester Jo Mooring, 32, 2411 Birch St., pleaded guilty of carrying a pistol. Judge Severs ordered that she be given credit 'or jail time since Aug. 7. Two persons pleaded innocent, including Wesley"J. Tarpley, 35, 4521 Brownfield Hwy., charged with'pwi and carrying a pistol and pia'ce'd under 5500.and $400 bonds, and Ramirio M. Garza, 36, 3103 Baylor St., DV/I, 5500 aond. In County Court-at-Law No. 1, Judge Edwin H. Boedeker assessed 5100 and costs against Mary Combs, 31, 1510 E. 10th St., who also pleaded guilty of carrying a pistol. Afterwards, a jury trial began n the case of Arthur Williams Jr., 40, 3206.E. 2nd St., charged with procuring. Bronze Casting o Program Slated The Lubbock Art Association vill sponsor a special lecture ..demonstration on the art of >ron?.e casting by Forrest Fenn, Lubbock, from 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the Fenn Bronze Foundry, 1119 Browntield Highway, it has >een announced . by Clyde ichneider, LAA vice president n charge of programs. No admission charge will be mane. Fenn is well known in many sections of the. country for his castings of bronze sculptures of vestern subject matter. In his . presentation Sunday nfternoon Fenn will discuss 'arious facets of bronze'casting and will show examples of the c | process from the sculptors' nodels in wax to the finished ironze pieces. All persons interested in this • • specialized craft are welcome to . _ attend the Sunday afternoon AirSlrcam Trailers •session, Schneider said. rieyv;.|commitment - ; on the part nF r -+t,«-- A —^.Lj_*_J— '. .-.'_-", .'- -" '. a.second rate power!" Forty-one students' pinned on the 'wings of an Air Force pilo! after the 10 a. : -m.' formal ceremonies in the base'theater. Rico Earns Honors 2nd Lt. James L..Rice Jr. of Celina; Ohio, earned the majority -of honors ••'traditionally bestowed on o u t s t a n d i ng graduates of each" class. • ' He carried • top; ^academic award (for a 99.38...'classroom average)' and top flying award (for; a ;98.14 achievement). , and thefAir {training : Cd rri.m a ri c "Cohifrianders Trophv" for top overall average; of 98.14 out of a possible 100. . ; Leadership award went lo 2nd Lt. Gary D. Bluemerrot Merril!, Mich; and outstanding graduate certificates were presented to Lt. Rice, Daniel M.I Dick of Grcleville, Ohio, John D. Masse of Homewood, 111., and Richard P. Wenger. - ' Certificates are "presented to those in the top 10 per cent of each graduating class. Two foreign students who earned wings .included ,lSt_.Lt. Viggo Skundberg.of Norway and 2nd Lt. Ataollah Masomi "of Iran. ' 'Graduates' I,is'ted : "' 7 Air Force graduates included Capt. Ronald E. Hollingsworth and the following- second ieutenants, not previously rrien- tioned, including: William H. Allen Jr., Herbert i. Barnes, Ronald H. Bredehoft, Bruce-E. Brooks Jr. Peter F. Sythrow, Bruce A. Canfield, Douglas P. Carlcsco, George E. Chapman, Mark D. Cole, Sdward R. Coulson, Edward C. Cronin and John B. Davis Jr. Others are Second Lieutenants iVilliam S: : Hatcher, Kenneth J. iidcnfclter, Bruce " L. <ingsbuiy, Stanley J. Kozij, ^alph D. Kunce, Thomas J. Laidley, David M. Lander in, John R. Luce, John W. Marshall Jr; Darry M. Mink, Lyle D. S T evius, Nochplas L. Nichols, lichard A. Niksch, and Roger L..Pyle. . ' , Also, Rodney J, Runyon, Peter 5.: Saying, Allen N. Schwab, Stephen L. Schwab, Brian Shul, John M. Steele, Joseph' M. Terrell, John Trigilio Jr., • and Lindsey M. AUSTIN CAP) "—"Chief•Justice Robert W. Calvert said today the state Supreme Court: wil rule quickly on whether, the Leg islative -y -Redlstricting-^; Board must draw new dis'trict"-• boim daries for Texas' Ho"use' ! members. - • •...•. There were indications:'; the court had planned to rule today but this possibility was elirninat cd when an attorney for'-.Rep Fred Head of Henderson sough I permission tortile a brief. - ''Anyone desiring. to file an initial brief must understand we expect to do it (decide the case) in a very, brief period," Calver said at the end of a 70-mintite heai-ing. • . *; . Elections Arc Near Ai-thur Mitchell of Austin Head's lawyer, asked permission to/submit a brief. •''•.>• : : TonyV Konoth, ' attorney' ' for enivOscar: MauzyJVof -Dallas urged the ^court to command the redisfricting 'board 1 'to : get -oh with: rea'pportioning.- the".House noting that elections are' comin« up. ' -' . .-.^;;v: ° Mauzy filed the : cafse ; asking the court ib send the" issue .to the five-man redistricting board headed by Ally. Gen/ Crawforc Maiiin. . i : " " Tlan Is Voided 3500th Pilot case, made- the Meyer. Mrs. Iris Norman Moves To Nebraska Mrs. Iris J. Norman, formerly of 2702 21st St., has gone to Omaha, Neb., to make her home with her twin brother, D. J. Witherspoon and his four children. Mrs. Norman retired this month as head nurse and administrator at the Texas • Tech Infirmary, She had;worked as a registered nurse'in-Lubbock almost 40 years.. - ; j; •. • ; \' -.:' She was. night supervisor of nurses at the old Lubbock Sanitarium and was then employed at the former Clark Clinic. ;Witherspoon, who owns the Pamida Discount stores, was a football coach at Levelland' in the late 1930's and his late wife, who died in May, taught homemaking at Levelland. •omfort. PEKING — China has „ .reduced a new welfare system -,- -. - .- ..... . . . Lubbock Courts : - HWK : DUJTKUT fOl'KT ; -^* 1l "S I " *• **»'"•• J>"i<« I'r«kl«nt Doi-oihy Bule (ealnst oeoree Douglas Jr., kutt for reciprocal child mpport. vRolslon-Purin* Co. ajzalnsl JlrrlM Mill Inz Co. and . Charles It. Stone, <ul on account. ' . . ' Ralph Bumpasj a«lnst Lubbock Inilepcnilcnt . school Dijirltt, The Cit> of i Lubbock John R. Brooks and The Bo»r<! at Tax EiiuaHiaUon.su>! (o Ux Injunction. . - .Cl»ylon : . Lovelace and Barbara Lovelace, cult ror divorce. • • ;CUude W«le>- Hylrn and Anna Louise Hyltn, suit lor divorce. :• Mtmcritt lenolr Hie. Co., Inc. asa F, ; E.- Murchlwn Jr, /»nd - James A. Joucu, dotae. business « Ca'prock Mela Works, suit on account:* *••> . ••-, .- . -. T. . R. .Jewttt Jr., ...Blilf ; b. Jewell I A. V. Jenel!,. Morrli; EdwanU, doinj business- ai ^Golden . Acre* prcxwrtlej ac&lmt Hubert Gentry. (Hit on contract. . >«ND^ DISTRICT 'cqiiiriv-'.-. • -Mrf. »*»* S. M*otf, .Itultt rreiJcllir . llolllt \\1i»len, on behalf of Cynthia Jo .Wu!«v- a, minor, asalnst Romero Guraro, ; Mlscourl Beef Packers, Ire. and Iowa Truck • Leasing, Inc. s'ul for damases arisinc (rom 2 car-lmcl 3 ' U7I: >13 ' 750 SOUBh ^Robert Montgomery against Crawfor Chevrolet Inc., suit (or itamazes. Rosa Lee. Oswalt and B. Edwar. .The House, redistricting issue arose" when the court'. held • the 1971 House reapportibhrnent plan unconstitutional but did not say-who had the'duty'of writing a new— and hopefully, constitutional—measure. . i -: - v.Asst/ ( Atty.' Gen. -Pat'Bailey told the^high court that the job rightfully belongs to the legislature. '.' . . ;. -•'. Mauzy and Bailey agreed that redistricting was required;'this year, not in 1973 as argued by Mitchell. . . . - , :--'•: In a 4-1 vote Sept.' 14, the board said it believed "it lacked authority to draw new House districts. But it declared.Jt would obey a Supreme Court order to reapportion the House.; • • : i :: : Gov. Preston Smith,' the only person who can order a. special egislative session, prefers 'the Doard approach: ':'. i; • .; . , ,' Texas': Constitution says -the x>ard; must- ;redistrict .'either Souse "that' the : legislature fails .o reapportion in its first regular session after publication of census data. The regular session adjoiired without action on Senate districts. _'. . " Constitution Silent .The constitution is silent, how ever, oh what must be done if a redistricting bill passed during the session is invalidated by the courts. ....->-'. Court Clerk 1 Garson Jackson sent word io parties in the case ast week that the court wanted o hear arguments on whether ho constitution" required thc 1971 or the 1973 legislature lo redis- rict.. ' '.' • "The court will expect the .arties through counsel to stip- ilate the facts concerning the 970 United States decennial census so that the court may de- ermine therefrom when the ,ame was 'published,':" Jackson said. Rep. Fred Head of Henderson, vho argued in a lower court that census data was not "published" . _._. _____ .. before the session, was granted Col. Carl L. Brunson. com-permission to intervene in the mamler of the — Training Wing ..., -resentation of awards. Capt. Villiam D. Croom Jr.; chief of 501st student squadron basic section, served as master of Justicie Black On Critical List Invocation and benediction WASHINGTON (UPI) '—Revas given by Chaplain Daryl tired Justice Hugo L. Black, 85 T_ ATpVnt* liraff »>tortrtrl f\n #Un _.«Tl T-._.t »r vas placed on the critical list at Bethesda Naval Hospital oday, a Supreme Court official laid. "The prognosis is considered poor," the official said. "His To Be Shown Here The 1972 line of Airstream family is with him." avel trailers will be unveiled Black, who entered the Lubbock Friday and Saturday hospital on Aug. 28, suffered a : Abbott Trailer Sales, 408 Ave. severe stroke Monday in what he official called a "cerebral , models of the Airstream vascular accident." Since that no will include several time, he said. Black has ngmeenng changes to provide continued to worsen and was creased safety, towability and placed on the critical list at 10 a.m. EDT today. MOSCOW — U.S. ships harass nmt 19th St. Lubboclc. Texaj •".Cemetery" ; :' "' •Funeral Home • Mausoleum •Bronze Markers , for dlrorcc and l/VtmcUon; . . Slate JUjhwiy Dept. o[ Texas auuiau Boyce N. , Payns, mil . lo eel aside award at Industrial Accident lioarJ.-J J3TTH l)IS-rRI(T COVRT L'. VM-ltK, . , >. 3, Adams and Kuty Adnms, iutl tor divorce. ' •-...:.. --.,-',., •.-,-- • Billy Mack Yclvlmrton and Diane Inez Velvlnalon, >utt Jor divorce: - , -. • -.omard'C. l>jvl_o_i, futile . , . _ „ Municipal Investment Corp. agQln&t.i. 1. .Roiisert and .wife. Addle Jlodscrs, tail on Davlnz lien. : .-.,... Municipal Invesurient.Corp. Against E. L. Duncan and olh_r_f, suit on paving lien. •.-. • - . ;.'.'. Municipal Inve.lmenl Corp; against H, H. Holmes Si Preferred Properl.es,. Inc. sull on pavin; lien.' . • • Mamie Howard and Gears? J_ Howard, suLl (or divorce and show cause. . Sue Clausen and Danny Clausen, sjjl for divorce.. • - . .'. '' ;-••• cou.vri- COURT AT ..AW ifo. i . . . .• UiWwck . National Btnlc »»lnst p;-;l» L*l»hton. <ull on nootr. ,"..,. • , , •,• Luibock K»llon»l Bsnk »Mlnst Rbser Blftlr, lull on note.' \ • - . .^. ;Forre«; Iximlxr Co. azolnst Darrnan D. Fanner »nd wife, Belly F*rm«r suit on' note..-; -• -'-••'-.- "• •• ..-' : ' • CO.NTV COl!KT . ' .' , Kodrlck L. Shaw. Juilte CnsliHnK . , In the e^lale of. the !ae Lero: VVIHItmi, application of Reba Basset Williams, community- administrator, (o cornmunily udmlnlitrallon., ; . ; . .'In • the; 'estale -of -ihe lal* - Raymond Hall ;Knox, appUcalion. of. Lillian Naom Knox,-.' applicant, for ' probate of -wll a* muniment of Ulle.' -^ • ' ;' '; DIVORCKS GIUNTKII ; Richard Calvin Downs and Wary a Downs.- -i . . 'Appeals Court ClUMINAI. A-TEAIS • AUSTIN (AP) — The Court of Crimlna Appeals affirmed: Billy Charles Green Dallas. Gilbert Gomez. Travis. Alfred Thomas. Navarro. W. T. Morgan, Cal noun. Glenn Dcmclas Cook, Navarro. Revered and remanded: Eplfar.lo Gar cia Alvarez, Bexar. Charlie Wayne Is'Icol Victoria. Overruled appellants' mollonx for re hearlnj: Nancy Jar.e Owens Mahatfey Dallas. Richard Dean Bridges. Potler. Waii-ranty Deeds ! Forrest Lumber Co. io Brizida Ramirez. Lot J, Elk. 3, Acuff His. •Forrest Lumber Co. to John A. "Wines E..--30 1 , Lot. S, W. OT. Lot 4. Blk 7, ; Lynda I e Acres. . •.---: .Forrest Lumber Co! to John A. Wines K; .45', Lot 4, W. 16', Lot 3, Blk 7, .Lyndale Acres. '; . : -Forrest Lumber Co', io:John A. Wines Vti-SV; Lot 4. W. IS', Lot 3, Bit. 7 Lyndale Acres. • • ... . . . . .Alex K. Cooke and E. A. Blrdscns to; Urban,. Rene war Ajrency, Lois 10 11.: Carl Roberds Subd. , Esther O. Kins lo .Urban Rencwa AKncy.iLot 23, Earhart Subd.. IN. ; C.'..olther : and .wife to Urban Renewal .Ascncy;' \v,. S.', Lc,i 3, . B V,! Lol 10, Blk.'SrLiff Sanders Addn. -. ,r_bloi Domiriimez and '.wife, to Urban Rcn«»a!--Agency, N. 50', Lot '1. Blk 11, William.Tubbs Addn. .'•-.• -- -- ' : •iBrfsldi namires lo Urban. Renewa Aifency..Lot ...Elk. 5, Acuff Hit. ; Jeronlma-Martinez, to Urban Rentwa Lot 7, Blk. 2, J. J. cu.le: . . Unitarian ..Universal Church'' o Lubboeic to >.fanucl Chapa and > wife £..-'•45', Lol 3. W. S', Lot 4, H. H. Smllh Addn. . •First Unitarian Universal" Clmrcr bertson and BUUtei •rs ntaran Universal Cl Lubbock ...to - Paul Ray -Roberts S' '^^ »-: • Alfredo. G. Diaz and wife' to ujban Renewal, Acency, Lot 1, Blk. 2, iilo Vlsla-Addn. '. • : -•:.-. •, Alfredo G. Diaz and wife lo Urban Renewal Agency. Lol I,. Blk. - !, - Rio Vista Addn. ' • •. r .. ; .-...Anita Bitela to Urban Renewal Agency Lots 10. 11, Blk. e, Wayside'Addn. " First Unitarian Universal Churtb o Lubbock; lo Carolyn Davis, E. 40'.. Lo : Blk :P. P.. Jlnkins and ' vrlle lo J. - Herbert Hawkins and wife. Lot 10. Blk 1 Rtioadcs H_s.;,«_.,500. - • • .Pnidenllal Ins.-; Co. . to J Housing and Urban ; Devel., JLot: 64, : Oiero- Poin Acldn. .- .' --|" ;-.,[,- - .' . ; • • r -,~ii~Z,i.~, Housln!r and. Urban Dsvel. Lot S. Bllt. 2. Avenue -D ". Addn. ... G ,_j_fA to HcusinK arid Urban DcvcL W...37.5-.,. Lot.,-14. E. 17.5', Lot 13 Blk. 7, Boieman Hts. • / ^Garland.. F. ;Cannon to Doris Faith Cannon, 112 acre tract of N'B-4 S'jrv ,j. Bllc -' D ' 7 ' Lot D ' Blk - 4.' Shellon Addn:.;-;- •- .'_>" - •• . • James' C. Turner to Thomas F. Hefne Jr. aod,<vlfe, w. 31'. Lot 5. E. S4 1 Lot S,.Kuyten_lall Hts., $15.350 ,. -• 'Dewle V. Rothweli and Basil 'jvebb <0 'A.; C. ^Rpyden^. Stone and wife, W 5. Southwest -Acres. Stale- isavinwvt .. . . Wilt Bullird and. -wife lo James W. Phillips and -Hlte. ' W. yr. Lot 26,. E. ' .Loan Assn. -t - Vlncenl : T., Hlceins Jr. and wife' ; to v...... Dein wewsom and wife,' Lot f __3. Sasemont Addn.' . . .'. •Graycej D.: Clark and olhers la P. ?_,'., U "" (ord - Jr - Lal ist - Bucnas Casa Aodn.' :. .= : r: '; • . .•. •. Wlj'-Lnw.:. Lot. °15<V : . Macl(en^e ! - e M-..o a .3 L-Ar.na.id Harte.- am. wife to Jcrrs- Aker. Lot 39, B-_verly His. Aditn. Jerrj-' Aker to Jlclvin E. 'Edwards and wife. Lot 39, Beverly Hts Kline A. Kali to Brlsld.-i Ramirez •™ ^ cr " j? 3171 '" 11 ' ^o' 5 I 5 -'16. Blk. >. ifaddox Addn. Earl w. Reynolds lo Ada : Patterson and Sara Middle-on. Lot 33. FreSJhlp .Its. Audru • . .•:-•-, ^ f l' I .? er T," 11 wlf."«o".«m Henry ^';» ^ IS"'" 101 ' '» • J <nr" Bradjha ract or N-2 of N£M, •• Sect. 9, ; sn , Jo !; n C urii5 Eubank and wife to William dl^zUw and Klftr L ° l " Sl "^P 101 * Varnrl C. Berry ami limes L. middle - %!?&* Ettwln A'lison and -wife, Lot a3. Ftlchland Hills. JM.KO. . Harold Harvey and ; wife, and Emalce Sumcrlin Ind, and as Individual Elcculrix Estalo of Billic Wallace - Sanjerlln, Jtceiiscd. to Oscar c. Payne, and 'wife, E; 75', Lots IS. 19. 20. Blk. 67. OT. '• Oscar c. ' Payne nnd wife lo Betty A. L. Home and wife lo ban R. • rj-dcr. I_ot o). Hornc'r llesa Addn. Jlar-aret A. Hovrell to Julian H. Moriran: and wife. E. 40% Lot 396 -5', Lot 2H. Kuykendall Hts. ravis Hammonds and wife lo John T. H.inifr, Lot 5. IVrte-l- HU. Addn. Employee Transfer Com. lo c L. ;isher Jr. and wife. W. ST. Lot 47 E vVof • isas ?sss- .a." 11 ^ i4.i3.i 6c -B.._: o s.."oT. 1 ^.ooi. 1 ' ^ 13 : ..s cl ^- H -,,y.- trr ^.-.^? ^Eik. 11 3° ^Iike Haddock and ; wife lo Charles '• _ tjjr 1 ,?. n<1 ,,. wir<? '- V° ls '. -Z. 3. ...Ib . lr ~ Alil!n - Slainn. rc° t Lot n i T Th maS '" ^ fn ' 1 ° str! ' 11 Fixtures -, I Vi., W ' po^acre 'and 'Bobby' G. Day o uicmrnie v. Gonzales Jr. and «-"• I*. Blk. 2, Ave. D Addn., : AI nM'A[N'': : 'MO N T H:~Airnian '1C Richard Evans, was''hon- ored today by . the Lubbock Chamber of .Commerce alter being-parried, Reese'Air force Base's air. mariof'tlw 'month ./or September. 'He}received --an honorary ^chamber.'Imein- . bars/tip, theater'ticfiels and two_ tickets •to'the annual Shrine . football': g a m e, matching . freshmen, jrdm Texas Tech arid Arkansas. (Staff Photo) '••:,•;[•>•;: Veteraiis' Plans Meeting • Plans for attending "the*"."falcon ven lion ;• of. District • : 19 Veteran's of World \Var'-!• and Auxiliaries sviil be made by Lubbock's Hub of the .Plains 'Barracks •'. and Auxiliary : at 'noon Saturday. '.'.-.. •• , '- • • ;.- -;...'. The :. Lubbock barracks '•• and < auxiliary will meet ati Hodges Community Center.-The district : . meeting will be at Big-Spring- Sunday, in the IOOF Lodge Hall' there, 9th and San Ahto'nip. A ••. number : .'of.. _L'u b b o" c k delegates are planning to attend the Big Spring meeting, at which Mrs! Corena Wyatt of Amarillo, state auxiliaryrpresideht^wiU be main speaker.' Mrs. Wyatt and. Mrs. Mary. Forrest of .Lubbock were to present-highlights 'of the recent- state 'convention^ in Dallas. •••-. ' .-'..;; ...,;.-. ". '•'. ; Registration in Big Spring will be from 8 a.m:'"to ;9:30 .a.m. Barracks from Big Spring,'Colorado City, Levelland, Lamesa, Brownfield, Crosbyton,: '• Plainview and Littlefield are also included in the district.-' '•: ; •v Elton Davis-;4r Rites Pendirie ..--"...-. ' c5 - .-. Services . ,.- i are : . pending at Sanders Funeral Home'"fqr Elton Davis, 37, : bf 1603-'Adrian;-'who-' died at 1: 45 p.m! Wednesday in the Veterans Administration' 1 Hospital at Big Spring. He Had- been'ill two months. ,••'<'";.:•: : • .He had lived in Lubbock' since • 1950 and was a .Baptist. - :'.. Survivors • include one son, ' Letus : Davis of Houston; two daughters, Peggy Sue Davis of Huntington, .Ark., and Joan- Davis of:Houston;- his .mother, Mrs. Letus Davis of _ 1603 Adrian;;'four brothers, : T; \\. Davis of Shisrman, Aubrey Da'vis '. of Brownfieid and Lj 33. Dayis and David -Davis of LJubbock'- and three sisters, Mrs.- Lucille Cates 6f:-L,ubbock- .and'Mi-s.-J. M. Carry, and Mrs. ; Henry Davis . Tech Exes Schedule Buffet^ Reception : A buffet luncheon and -recep-' Ion for. ex.- students, fans and friends, of f Texas'Tech will be held.-in-the Villa Capri Hotel n,Austin from! 12:30 ; to 3 p.m Saturday preceding the Tech- Texas football game.';, -•..'•''• : .The Austin chapter of the .Tech i,x-Students . Association iv i 1! wst ...the";recepUon. Tickets for the luncheon are;?4. -,;.; i. . •Wayne James,'director-'of 'the -.ubbock E-Studerit' Association said, "We urge fans 'to come early and parkVat the Villa Capri Hotel, then walk the short distance to the game Saturday night." i •-.'. ,.= o come early and .park at the Villa Capri Hotel, then walk the short distance to the game Saturday night." : MOKE FROM JAPAX ;• LOS ANGELES — U. S. imports from Japan in 1970 increased by 51 billion, or about 20 per cent, to 55.9 billion and or the sixth straight year exceeded U. S. exports to that country. . - - .- '. :..;,.. VETERAN If you are an honorabU discharged veteran you *re inli.Ud-to pjreW. -a'-.p»e'«i bsfore-neej in -he Laj. Supper Garden »h« : Masonic Garden. or . any cthsr gatdtn . in Peac.M e.r,.n'i Memonil Park for 135.00 plus $15.75 p«rpe.ua| care. We «ra .he onlyjoe..! Mcmori-rl Parlt that perm... ftowerl fo' tur' in bronie vases Jh« entire y«»r. Don't you I He flower.? We do. Come to P»ac.ful : G*r-I-nt Klemonal Parfc and compare. Verification of your honorable discharge is required. Space, available for wife and children. Special veteran's di.count on underground Mauiofftum crypt.. This it a limited offer and msv be withdrawn «t anyt.me: To. at.ure your rejervation mail coupon below «o: ; Vctercm's Deportment P.O. lex 32«2 Name Address ____ ______ Serial #.

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