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Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 20, 1975, Brownwood, Texas BROWNWOOD BULLETIN DEATHS AND FUNERALS Donsby 44 DE LEON for Cullen Thomas Dansby of De Leon will be at 10 Friday at the First Baptist Church of Dublin with Bob and Billy pastor of the First Baptist Church in De Burial with Masonic graveside rites will be at Lower Greens Creek Cemetery under the direction of Harrell Funeral He died at Wed nesday at a Hico hospital after a sudden Dansby was born in Gatesville and married Nita Decker at De He was a former resident of He was a member of past master of the Dublin Masonic a 32nd degree mason and served as district deputy grand master of the 67th Masonic District Grand Lodge of Texas in In he was also a member of the Rotary Development chamber of commerce and Lions A graduate of Texas he had been employed by the Soil Conservation Service 20 years and was a member of the First Baptist Church in De Survivors include his wife a Charles Dansby of Gran bury a Ricki Dan sby two Stephen and Mark both of De Leon his and Cullen Dansby of Gatesville and a Charles Douglas Dansby of Fort Gorton 66 DE LEON for Garlon of De Leon were to be at 3 today at the First Baptist Church here with Billy and Payne Haddox of Knox City Burial was to be in De Leon Cemetery under the direction of Nowlin Funeral He died at 7 Thursday at De Leon Municipal Bell was born July in De Leon and was manager of the JRB grocery here nine He married Odette Gillock at He had lived in De Leon for 36 having previously lived in Brownwood and Survivors include his wife a Bob Huddleston of De Leon three Bell of Bell of De Leon and Theo Bell of Longview a Lois Upshaw of De Leon and three He was preceded in death by two Sue 39 for Sue Westerman of a native of will be at 2 Saturday at Langford Funeral Home in She died Tuesday afternoon in Survivors include her Richard Fields two Les and and two Susan and all of Florida her and Hill Westerman of Brownwood two Blanche Springer of El Paso and Jill Cunningham of Cameron a Fred Westerman of Marble Falls and one labor groups start joint meetings Russell 71 DE LEON forRussell Deulaney of De Leon were to be at today at De Leon Funeral Home with pastor of the First United Methodist Church of De Burial was to be in Stag Creek He died at Wed nesday at a De Leon nursing Parker was born in Comanche County and had lived in Houston before moving to De Leon about a year He was a retired highway Survivors include five Jack Lela Parker and Molly all of Nowlin of Milano and Emma Armstrong of Sidney and a number of nieces and Joe 20 CROSS PLAINSServices for Joe Lynn killed in a onevehicle accident about Wednesday near will be at 3 Friday at Higginbotham Funeral Home in Cross Burial will be in Sabanno Cemetery seven miles north of Cross Curtis Simpson is to Wilcoxen was born 1954 in Cisco and had lived most of his life in the Cross Plains He attended high school in Cross Plains and was a student at Cisco Junior He was a Survivors include his Wilcoxen of Cross Plains Jay Wilcoxen of Brownwood and a Jay Wilcoxen 86 GOLDTHWAITE Services for Ida Lester of Goldthwaite will be at 2 Friday at the Gold thwaite Church of Christ with burial in North Brown Cemetery under the direction of Wilkins Funeral She died Wednesday at a Goldthwaite nursing Dellis was born and married Willie Clark Dellis at He died in She was a member of the Church of Survivors include a Mildred Lee Ratliff of Goldthwaite two Dellis of Goldthwaite and Lester Dellis of a Earnest Kennedy of Claude a Delores Robertson of Big Spring seven grandchildren and 11 Comanche man to authority board Arthur Ivan Davidson of Comanche was named to the board of directors of the Brazos River Authority by Dolph Briscoe Wed The appointment is for the remainder of a sixyear term to expire replacing Albert Brannan of Comanche who Davidson owns a veterinary medical HOUSTON AP Joint meetings were to begin today in between repre sentatives of Texas Inter national Airlines and labor groups in an effort to end a strike that shut down the airline last Texas International officials said Wednesday those partici pating in addition to represen tatives of the Houstonbased airline include the Air Line Pi lots the Air Line Employes Association and the International Association of The Miami meetings which seek back to work agreements will be under the supervision of the National Mediation The consolidation of meet ings which had already begun or were scheduled to begin in Houston and Washington was suggested by Federal Mediator Harry who guided the airline and its striking ground workers to the tentative agree ment reached last the announcement Service resumption for Texas Internationals system in nine states and Mexico also requires the ratification of the tentative agreement with the striking ground workers of the Air Lines Employes an airlines spokesman The strike began 1 when ground workers left their the company did not shut down operations until the Air Lines Pilots Association be gan honoring picket lines on directors of the airlines voted Wednesday not to pay in 1975 cash divi dends on Series A prefeired The boards decision was based on adverse financial ef fects of the strike and the diffi cult poststrike recovery period facing the a spokesman The directors also cited a need to preserve maximum cash levels for 1975 operations and debt repayment obliga he Brownwood Bulletin SHOW GUESTCarl Stewart second from got rtagsMe tickets to Friday nights Bob Hope show here left to Herman Ben Barnes and Roger Stewart saw a Hope show in the Phlllipines in 1944 shortly before he was blinded by Japanese See story on page Hostage describes climax of Huntsville prison seige I MARKET Slaughter cows were 50 cents lower at the Brownwood Cattle Auction Stocker and feeder cattle were 50 cents Stocker cows and cows and calves were in strong Prices were as follows Estimated total receipts Stocker steer calves 250 lb425 2432 Stocker Heifer Calves wts 250425 2126 Steer Yearlings wts 500700 2529 Bull Yearlings 2126 Heifer yearlings 2024 Plain feeder steers 2227 Plain feeder Heifers 2024 Cows Good Plain Stocker Cows Slaughter Fat calves 2228 Fat cows 2022 Utility Cutter cows 1820 Canners 15 18 Shells 14 down Stocker bulls 2426 Slaughter bulls 23 REPRESENTATIVE SALES 1625 Yellow Bull at 405 at Star Feed Rising 605 X at Bill 525 at 25 510 at Ernest 360 at 290 at Harold 315 X Bull at Ben 1095 Roan Cow at 705 at 28 Myrl 370 at Young 660 at Joe 480 at Regina Rising 425 Bull at CLIFFS DRIVEIN RESTAURANT BY POPULAR DEMAND THE BEST HAMBURGER IN BROWN COUNTY IS NOW ON SALE AGAIN I JUMBO BURGER OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGER WITH ALL THETftlMMINS NOW CLOSED ON SUNDAYS CALL YOUR ORDER 6466196 m Owens sing Sunday singing is set from 2 to 4 Sunday at the Owens Community HOUSTON AP exhausted and driven by three determined the Hunts ville prison seige hostages started their last journey to frightening trip from shelter into the uncertainty of a dark August Ronald one of the described the cli mactic moments of last sum mers 11day prison seige in testimony Wednesday at the capital murder trial of Ignacio the sole surviving con Cuevas is on trial in the death of Julia a who never survived that last She was one of including an other hostage and convictgun man Fred Gomez Carrasco and Rodolfo who were Three accidents here Wednesday There were no injuries in three traffic accidents reported in Brownwood Slayden and 19th was the scene of a twocar accident reported to Brownwood police at Involved were a 1965 car driven by Ruben Packer of 1 and a 1965 auto driven by Pamela Harling of 1000 A utility pole at 1200 block of Eighth was struck by a 1969 car driven by Randell Dewbre of 1616 The accident was reported to city police at The 300 block of East Com merce was the site of a twocar accident reported to city police at In the wreck were a 1969 auto driven by Frances Adams of 205 Crescent and a 1970 auto driven by Paul Brown of 1511 The accident on Tuesday in the 1100 block of Center in volving cars driven by Ima Boenicke of Brownwood and Marian Slayton of 1103 Center occurred at The hour of the wreck was erroneously reported Wednesday because of a typographical San Saba band to play at music meet SAN SABAThe San Saba High School band will perform Saturday for the 60th annual convention of the Texas Federation of Music Clubs in San The band is directed by Russell The band is representing the llth District of the music club which includes Del San Angelo and San killed in the Shootout that ended the Robinson said the convict gunmen engineered a crude bulletproof made of rolling blackboards and law to protect them as they attempted to leave a prison li brary and enter a waiting ar mored He said Carrasco insisted that three women hostages be inside the shelter with the One of those women was The rest of the hostages were handcuffed to a heavy rope at tached to the outside of the movable As Standley entered the said they ex changed last She youll sleep in your own bed Robinson His voice was ragged with emotion and his face contorted in pain at the I told her she never looked more beautiful than she did that he the gunmen and the began their journey into the They moved the wheeled shield through the doors of the their prison and for tress for 11 and started down a HOSPITAL NOTES EDITORS NOTE Infor mation for this column released by authority of patient or BROWNWOOD COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Admissions Wednesday Vivian Bowden Iva Elkins Karl England Victoria Hess Joseph Long Betty Patton Billy Trowbridge Bertie Fort Santa Elmore Martha Dalphine Dismissals Wednesday Dunn Sandra Johnson Annie Don nell Ernest Roper Sarah Stephens Karen Ezra Dottie Johnson Edgar Bolinger Laura Rising Santa BIRTHS A Emily to and Eric Howard of 1 Oklahoma March Paternal grandparents are I Bob Hall of Oklahoma City jand Claud Howard of Big Maternal grandparents 6431516 AUSTIN AT COGGIN V05 HAIR SPRAY WO GIGANTIC ITIEMENDOUS MOVIES JHEAUWWCtSO MTT JUST SEE IT I thought only of how glad I was to be recalled Robin There was a sense of im mense The hostages lifted the shield past two turns in the ramp and went into the third as Robinson the escape at tempt was I saw doors of the dining hall next to the ramp he I saw three men there in body helmets and with drawn Behind them were two firemen I saw two fire Moments he there was a shout Hold it right there Hitem with the And suddenly the side of the shield wes blasted with a stream of I said to get said and he ducked behind a still handcuffed to the Gunfire he rapid and many shots fired close They ap peared to come from within the There was a lot of Much he and then the water I heard them yell turn back on that Goddammned There was no I raised up and saw a man at a window with a I beckoned to him to come to our In he a man was beside him and two other He seemed to want to pick us all up in his said I told him he had to cut the rope and he cut it with a pocket We crawled up the ramp and down the other Moments later Robinson said he and two others were safe in the wardens Qbc INTERSTATE 73 CINEMA I are and Floyd j Michaels of Maternal I great grandfather is Lon I McDaniel of I I I I I I I 1 to seek to regain Cotton Uillard of Lake Brownwood is expected to at tempt to regain his title as world champion rattlesnake sacker this weekend in who lost his title to Booger Dechaume Sunday at the llth annual Brownwood Rattlesnake will again sack snakes this weekend at the Ballinger 7th annual Antique Show and Jaycee Rattlesnake Roundup in According to Dechaume will be on hand to defend his The Ballinger event is Saturday and Sunday in the community Church of Christ slates meeting here A gospel meeting for the Brady Church of Christ is slated for Saturday and Services will be at Friday and Saturday and at and 6 The public is The Christian Home is the theme for sermon topics and Elmore Johnson will do the 700 Cdrn Publlthtd ond Sunday mornlnf by MOWMWOOO PtmiSHING tot frown Second clou potlogt gold 01 NOKMAN Editor Stnjlt copy tvtnlnj 10 Sunday J5 by city carrier or by motor ptr ptr ly moll paid In In Son McCullocb ond CoUmon outlldo thitt but ttott of TOKOS ptr onywhart In tht con tinental Stattt OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tht Anoclattd Prtll It cluilvoly In thli niwtpoper at 01 all AP ntwt dllpalchoi rlghtl rtitr Nabers proposes guide Lynn Nabers of Brownwood has issued a bill to redefine obscenity under the laws of According to the the term obscene would apply to anything having a dominant theme that appeals to the prurient interest of the average person applying contemporary community standards that describes or depicts sexual conduct in a patently offensive way or that lacks serious political or scientific The measure describes what manner of sexual conduct would be sidered Burk by Zephyr group ZEPHYR Burk was reelected president of the Zephyr Community Improvement Club at a covered dish supper Other officers include Wallace vice president Waldo treasurer and Carolyn Brown County discussed land scaping and offered a slide The invocation was given by pastor of the First Baptist The next meeting will be April 12 at when county agent Chuck Threet is scheduled to demonstrate grafting INTERSTATE CINEMA COMMEKE SQ PH143 2513 THUNDER ROAD WAS ONLY A PRACTICE THIS IS THE usr DAY SPECIAL 7 DAT ENGAGEMENT NIGHTLY GONE WITH THEwnnr SPECIAL 7 MY ENGAGEMENT OPEN SHOWS WHEI EAST MEETS WEST mini fcckiu IU fen HII Cm H RED SUN flM limit STARTS FRIDAY TOWERING INFERNO STARTS FRIDAY OPEN SHOWS STARTS FRIDAY OPEN SHOWS NOMINATED FOR 8 ACADEMY AWARDS WM1IAM WWMAUOrS production ol DUMAWAY IA
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