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   Kerrville Mountain Sun (Newspaper) - September 30, 1964, Kerrville, Texas                                KERRVILLE MOUNTAIN SUN HARVESTER OF HAPPENINGS IN THE HEART 0 THE HILLS VOLUME 83 16 Pages in 2 Sections KERRVILLE KERR COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1964 lOc Per Copy No 49 Tivy Hosts Del Rio In 15AAA Game Of Week LAST MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS for the Community Chest secretary protern F H Swayze chairman for the Business arc being given by chairman Harry Schwethclm standing in District Mrs Oscar Ncunhoffcr Publicity and J D Putton the center Others in picture arc left to right Mrs Don Clark chairman of the Advance Gifts Division photo Community Chest Campaign For Will Begin Tuesday The Kerr County Community Chest Drive for funds will get underway Tuesday morning when committee members will ask for a total of Col W P Withers chairman of the Chest Association has announced that Harry Schwcthclm is the cam paign chairman for the drive J D Patton is the chairman for the Advance Gifts Mrs Lester Whitton and Mrs Charles John ston will direct the Womens Di vision who will supervise the collections in the residential areas F H Swayze will be the head of the Business District drive Mrs Oscar Neunhoffcr is publicity chairman Chairmen for the various areas of the county Tivy To Sponsor Supper Before Game Members of the ParentTeach er Association of the Tivy High School arc sponsoring a barbe cued chicken supper which will be served Friday evening before TivyDel Rio football game supper will be served in the Tivy Cafeteria between the hours of five and seven oclock and an advance ticket sale is in progress People are asked to either purchase a ticket or to make reservations for the supper early as last year many people were turned away who expected to purchase tickets at the door Mrs Gordon Monroe and Mrs George Cowdcn are cochairmen for the occasion and have a large group of helpers Each member of the faculty of the high school has been presented with a complimentary ticket The public is asked to contact any of these women for tickets Mesdamcs Monroe Cowdcn Floyd Price Clyde Parker Pat Braden W F Thompson C C Jones Carroll King C B Matthews Don Peters Thcron Hawkins Don Benedict Tommy Woodard or D R Voclkcl Funds received from the sup per will be used for financing a scholarship for some worthy student in the school and for needed improvements for which the PT A feels responsibility 5 Babies Born At Peterson Hospital Five babies were born at the Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital during the week according to Administrator E J Bartels Mr and Mrs Efrain Franco Harper Sept 23 boy Mr and Mrs p L Ilighsmilh 508 Jefferson Sept 23 girl Mr and Mrs J C Cason 1512 b Waler 26 girl Mr and Mrs Antonio Lopez 321 Clay Sept 28 girl Mr and Mrs Thomas Flora Cypress Cowl No 5 Sept 28 will assist with the program It is hoped that the quota will be reached within two weeks time Agencies of the Chest and their quotas are Red Cross J M Auld Youth Center Red Cross Blood Bank Boy Scouts Char ity Fund Girl Scouts Memorial Library and 4H Clubs Residents who wish to mail Building Permits Tell Of Kerrvilles Growth Building permits show a con tinued growth in Kerrville ac cording lo figures released Tues day by City Clerk Fred A M West The permits for September totaled bringing the total for the year to with 64 new residences listed By way of comparison the to tals at this time last year were with 92 homes list ed The permits issued this month include Bruno Scluiltz additions at 703 Junction Ernest Boeckman alterations at 1621 Broadway Morris Morgan car shed at 501i Elm Cleveland Martin sel up andj repair house at 205 E Davis J G Childs residence at 633 Lois R L Lcmmons car port at 1404 Panorama J E Morrison residence at 1128 Hancock Henry Wienecke car port al 610 Guadalupe Phil Thrcadgill additions at 113 W Barnett S Marines residence at 419 Lawson J 0 Goss repairs al 313 Jef ferson II H Harrison residence at 620 Guadalupe J E Morrison residence al 1116 Hancock Fred Burkhardt Storeroom at 800 Moore Dcna Merrell residence at 1013 Donna Kay C Stewart duplex at 916 Jef ferson J 0 Goss three permits to Optimist Club Sees Films Of Arctic Hunt About 40 members and guests attended Ihe Ladies Night meeting of the Optimist Club which met Wednesday evening of last week in ho Blue Bonnet Hotel C J Emmons presided at the brief business session Mr and Mrs Dan Auld show ed films of heir hunting trip lo the Arctic Circle and displayed the clothing which they wore on the limit They also had a num ber of souvenirs of the oi Uie set up and repair at 313 Jeffer son Holland Lumber residence at 420 Meadowview Stein Lumber residence at 1004 Donna Kay J O Goss set up and repair at 112 Upper John Garcia additions at 706 Travis Rites Wednesday For Mrs Anna Dixon Durant 87 Funeral services for Mrs Anna Dixon Durant 87 will be held Wednesday afternoon at three oclock from the First Methodist Church with Rev R E Wilson officiating and interment will be in Glen Resl directed by Plum mcrSmith Mrs Durant who had been a resident of KenCounty since 1911 died Monday at the Peterson Hospital after a brief illness She was a native of Uvalde and she and her late husband H T Durant moved to their ranch on Bear Creek where they lived for many years and operated a dairy part of the time His death oc curred in 1936 She sold the ranch and moved lo Kerrville and her home was at 950 Jefferson Street She was a member of the Methcdist Church and attended as long as she was physically able to do so She is survived by four chil dren Mrs Kathcrine B Love of Kerrville Mrs King Ritchie New Boston Mrs Irene Anderson El Paso and Henry Durant of River side 15 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren A sister Mrs Mary Deckcrt of San An tonio and two brothers Ray Dix on of Carlsbad and Ben Dixon of Canyon City California also survive Commissioners Okay 1964 Tax Rolls The Korr Counly Commission ers Court met lasl week and approved he tax rolls for 1964 They also issued an order clos ing an unopened road in the Bivouac Estates Mr and Mrs Wm P Sullivan were in Dallas last week lo at tend Ihc National Convention ul Uie donations may send them to either of the Kerrville banks to the Chest office 506 Main Street or P 0 Box 561 Kerrville Other officers and directors of the Chest arc Fred Tally vice chairman Mrs Curtis Edens Center Point secretary Monroe Kcnsing treasurer Dr H A Harbour Henry Wied Clyde Bar low Charles Johnston John Melenric Mrs Austin Poe Man ley Cooper Dr John Dam back and Donald Alcott A C Wolfmueller Named Draft Board Registrar Albert C Wolfmueller of Kerr ville has been appointed regis trar for the BlancoGillespieKen dallKeirLlano County draft board in the Kerrville area Males who reach the age of 18 can register in Kerrville by call ing on Wolfmueller at 227 Earl Garrett Street from 9 to 5 Monday through Saturday A registrar is maintained in the area so that men will not have to travel to the draft board at Fred ericksburg Colonel Morris S Schwartz state director of the draft system expressed public appreciation of the services of Wolfmueller People of the Kerrville area should appreciate the services he renders to Colonel Sch wartz said as he is doing Uic work without pay as a public service to his All males arc required to reg ister under the draft law on their 18th birthday or within five days thereafter Maximum penalties that can be applied for failure to register are fine or five years in prison or both Two Men Held In Jail After Police Work Two men are being held in Ihc Kcrr County Jail this week fol lowing investigation and arrest by the Kerrville Police Depart ment Chief M M Bo Calvert reported the Incidents occurred last week Joo Albert Adams 22 is be ing held under charges of aggra vated assault and will be tried in the County Court He is charged with slabbing Turner Brown in a light in tho Pleasure Garden Timolco Alvarez 19 is being held for Ihe grandjury on char ges of burglary wilh jnlcnl to rape Mr and Mrs J V llarlo re lurncd last from an extend iiun V4llejr OKVILLE WOOD Orville Wood Elected Prexy Of Library Friends Orville Wood was elecled presi dent of Ihe friends of the Kerr Counly Memorial Library at the meeting Friday evening On the nominating committee were Mes dames Robert I Wilson Will Adams and Louis Domingues Mesdames George Hardy vice president Rosaline Wright treasi urcr and F C Holbrook sccrej tary are board members There were 70 members and guests present and among those Irom out of town were William K Peace Assistant Stale Librar ian and John Corbin director ot Technical Services Texas Stale Library Mrs Symmcs F Oliver presid ed and Librarian Peace explain ed the recently passed Library and Construction Services Act 1964 which provides matching Federal and State funds with lo cal funds for library buildings the idea being to stimulate growth of public libraries throughout the country There are several stipu lations in the bill which groups have to meet before qualifying for assistance The speaker was Dr Dorman H Winfrey who dis cussed planlalion Jife in early Texas as revealed in his recent book Julien Sidney Devereux and his Monte Verdi This plantation is located in Rusk Counly and the mansion has recently been restored to its former elegance Dr Winfrey au lographed several copies of his book including one for the li brary Petitions Out Seek Election For Recreation Petitions asking for study off the recreational needs and for a bond issue to finance the pro gram are being circulated in Kerrville this week They ask for the bond issue to finance a municipal swimming pool an additional nine holes at the golf course lighted tennis courts lighted baseball and soft ball playing fields a recreational hall for senior citizens and for the youthful citizens and the es tablishment of a long range rec reational plan for the city in cluding the hiring of a recreation al director The program was formulated by a committee from the Lions Club and the Jaycees with rep resentatives from all civic clubs as members The petition has 15 whereas clauses all of which call attention to the recreational needs of the community and the petitions are at both banks and at a number of business firms They will be circulated to all civic clubs The petitions may be signed by qualified voters or those who arc propertyowning taxpayers and ask the City Council to ap point qualified committees to study each of the phases and to make plans for the program in cluding cost estimates After the surveys are made the petition would ask for a bond election to finance the program Mrs John A Harris U S Weather Observer reports that the rainfall for the month of September is inches the most fur the month of Septem ber since she has been keeping the records The rainfall for the week measured in Kerrville Many ranch areas reported as much as 12 inch es and some areas had more than that High temperature for the week was 87 degrees last Wednesday and the low was 51 degrees Monday KHALID A BABAA Arab Speaker To Be Here For Meetings Khalid A Babaa director of the Arab Information Center in Dallas will be in Kerrville this week for a series of appearances He will be the speaker for the Rotary Club on Wednesday the Kiwanis Club on Thursday and the American Association of Uni versity Women on Saturday The speaker is a native of Samaria Palestine and was edu cated in Palestine and Jordan where he studied law He came to America in 1952 to complete his studies and received a B A Degree from the Southwestern University in Georgetown spent one and one half years in the Graduate School in the University of Texas and worked on a Ph D degree in International Affairs and International law in New York University and the New School for Social Research While in the Middle East he was employed by the Government of Palestine under the British Mandate and held the post of chief clerk in the Jordanian Min istry of the Interior Later he served as the Chief of Research by the Arab States Delegations in New York he was a member of the Yemen Delegation to the United Nations and was in charge of the office of the League of Arab States in Canada before be ing transferred to Texas in April of this year Rites Thursday For A D Crick 61 The last rites for A D Crick 61 will bo Thursday al 10 in the First Baptist Church Rev Ralph Reasor officiating and inj torment will be in the Garden of Memories under the direction of His tlcalh oc curred Tuesday morning at the Peterson hospital after a three weeks illness A native of Duck Hill he had lived in Kerrville for more than 20 years He purchased the Swan Laundry when he first came here and after World War II sold it and entered Ihe furni ture business Ho was a mem ber of the First Baptist Church and was one of the directors of the Kcrr County unit of Ihe Sal vation Army His survivors include his wife of the home address 1214 Jack Drive throe children Richard Crick of Ihis city Gaylord Crick Austin Mrs Audrey Beth Thomas Marianna a step son Leu Mecllin of Auslin one brother U E Crick of this city and four sisters Mrs Ora Mac Ridgesvay and Mrs Olliu Higdon Kerrville Mrs Sue Shaw Mum phis and Mrs Lucille Warlrmm Daytona Ucacli Day Care Center To Be Project Of Group Plans for the establishment of a Day Care Center for pre school children whose mothers work were given impetus Mon day when the committee and in terested workers met in St Peters Parish House Rev W P Weeks chairman protemporc directed the meeting Mrs Helen C Hunt of San Antonio was the speaker She is the Licensing Supervisor of the Regional Child Welfare office in that city and her position is un der the Stale Department of Pub lic Welfare She heard the report of the committee whose membership includes Mrs Felix Cormier Mrs W J Franke Father Gil bert Cruz Rev L Washington Rev Matias Rodriguez Rev Worth Thompson and 15 T Wil son The report showed that there were 69 children belonging lo 39 working mothers who were in need of such care As this was an on the spot survey it is thought lhat there are many more Hum this After hearing the report Mrs Hunt staled that the Day Center would best meet the need and presented guidelines and standards for the organization and founding such a facility A number of committees were named to assist with I he organi zation of Ihe Center ajul llussc iniludt Hoiking t Franklin Rev C V Evereclge Rev L Washington Rev Rod riguez Constitution and bylaws Laverne Harris L E Blanton and Paul Barr also Promotion Jerry Tucker Mrs W A Sailer Mrs Jerry Durden and Mrs Cormier Fi nance Rev Mr Weeks Rev R G Ryan Rev Raymond Wil son Personnel Mrs Franke Mrs Bill Davenport Rev Leon Patterson Rev Claude Pearce Rev C C Ehler Rev Ralph Reasor Equipment Fred Tal ly Mrs W A Raymond Mrs Larry Keiser Jeff Siedenstick er Rev Worth Thompson Stan dards Ihe Rev Mr Weeks T F Daniels Rev C P Owen Chief of Police Calvert and B T Wilson It is important lhat the num ber of children in need of this service should bo accurate and anyone knowing of such children are asked lo please contact the Rev Mr Weeks or Mrs Felix Cormier at 604 Lake Drive One Marriage License Issued One marriage license was is sued this week by Miss Emmie Muenker Kerr County Clerk Herbert Louis Witt 25 and Miss Doimu Esther Klewcr 21 buijj of Toughest Foe Of Season For Antlers Friday The Tivy Antlers will be hosts to the Wildcats from Del Rio in Antler Stadium Friday night in their first 15AAA game at home It will also be one of the tough est games so far this season for ine Tivy squad who have shown great improvement in their play Sports writers are calling the jtivyWildcat contest The Game of the Week with the two lead ing scorers in 15AAA facing each other Javier Vela has scored 30 points for Tivy while Mo zingo has racked up 26 points Tivy is leading in both season and district standing in 15AAA thanks to the top heavy scores in their Nixon and Fredericks burg games Del Rio has won two and lost one of their games this season scoring 86 points to their oppon ents 32 They won over Crystal City 480 and 326 over Uvalde last week Their only loss this season was their opener with Hondo by a 26 to 6 score If you want to indulge in the folly of comparing Hon do beat Fredericksburg 12 to 7 and Tivy won over Fredericks burg 42 to 6 On paper this makes Tivy an easy victor but the Wildcats ace backs Scooter Mo zingo and Arthur Muriara prob ably dont believe it Mozingo is leading in the dis trict scoring is passer quarterback and general spark plug as Tivy fans will re member from last year His fav orite pass receivers are Jack London and Dwight Morgan and Joe Clark is their kicking spe cialist Their key man in the line is probably Richard Smith at the guard while Muriara is the best driving back in their stable The Antlers would be at full strength for the contest but Del Rios coach Lawrence Powell pulls the familiar weeping towel out of hiding and tells of how he lost his two starting ends be fore the season opened Game time will be 8 Church School Men To Meet At Mount Wesley Rev Richard T Murray as sociate minister of the First Meth odist Church of Houston will be the leader for the Church School Administrator Conference which will be held at Mount Wesley Saturday and Sunday Among those attending will be the chairmen of the Commission on Education church school sup erintendents literature secre taries librarians ministers of education officers and teachers of adult classes and youth super visors from the state expected to be in attendance Informal discussions workshops and various age group committee men will have individual sessions Miss Hazel Kitchens curricu lum consultant from the Metho dist Publishing House in Dallas will assist with the program ar rangement Allen Fifer Is Fined Allen Filer plead nolo conlcndre to charges of aggravated assault on a police officer in the County Court last week and waived a jury trial Judge Julius Neunhof fcr found him guilty and fined him and of court Fifer wus also charged with unlawfully carrying a pistol but did not Iaco trial on those charges at this time Dr Arthur Allison and daugh ter Marion of Slephenvillo spent the week end with his par   

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