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Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lubbock, Texas Chas A Guy Retires To Close Long Career At AJ FfMiy Odiber 27 1972lUBKK Jan 30 1931 He also was vie president and a director of th publications He became director of The Amaridlo Globe News Publishing Co in 1932 position he held until recent dis solution of the company upo purchase by Morris Commun cations Corporation Dorrance Roderick left hi post as publisher with The Ava lancheJournal in 1928 to be come publisher of The El Pas Times and Herald In 1931 he again joined by Guy becam majority stockholder of The E Paso Times after sale of th evening Herald to the Scripps Howard organization whic combined it with their afternooi El Paso Post Official Of Border Paper Guy became a director and vice president of The El Past Times then a post he held unti sale of the paper earlier thi year to the Gannett Newspa pers The Lubbock editors profes sional and civic accomplish ments read like a Whos Who o he newspaper profession He is past president of the Vest Texas Press association a past director of the presti gious American Society of Newspaper Editors a boarc member for the past 25 years S the Texas Election Bureau he organization responsible for he accurate vote count in ai tatewide elections a pasl director of the Texas Press As ociation and past president of he Texas Associated Press Ed tors Association Guy has been an academic member since 1921 of Sigma lta Chi honorary profession journalism fraternity He is a longtime member and First Continued From Page One til5 basis and I want to continue in a few civic un which to me are at filling important needs of IN MY MIND and Guy said I always will be an AvalancheJour nal man Nobody lays aside loyally as he does a coat he no longer will wear Thus the new owners and the whole organization of the newspapers I wish nothing but the best and all the William S Morris HI who heads the new owner ship and The Avalanche Journals new chief execu tive Robert R Norris are sound and able newspaper people and good citizens They with the highly com petent AJ staff undoubted ly will continually and con tinuously produce a grow ing improving newspaper here Certainly they de serve the support and the encouragement of the peo ple of West Texas and East ern New Mexico toward this NORRIS genera manag er of The AvalancheJour nal said of Guys retire ment announcement We know that not only Mr Guy be missed at The AvalancheJournal but that the community will miss seeing his fine column We realize that this will give him an opportunity and the freedom to travel and do some of the things he has been unable to do in the pasl From a personal stand point I am grateful that he could remain with the pa pers after Morris Commu nications Corporation ac quired them in order that he might help us become better acquainted with the business and civic leaders of the community We wish him the Norris add ed IN GUYS TIME The AJ papers grew from a com bined circulation of around to its present com bined total of more than Also during his tenure as editorpublisher The AJ has consistently won state nalional awards in ev encategory from photos to news features sjxil news I editorials investigative re porting reporting under fUadlinc pressure and com munity service Native Of Dnllininrc Charles Armor Guy was born in Baltimore March 30 1902 the son of Chas A and Hooslcr Fur Education Jennie W Guy Long He amended public schools inal cvcrv Georgetown and terms to Ihe Lubbock1 1 encoville hul received Hoard and has been ac 1O of his prc college n both public school and tion in Tulsa His falhcr university level cducalional ac in the oil business laling moves lo wherever the e been a member of Ihe oil was Guy graduated from Tulsa Central in 1919 He then P ff graduated from the University JM1 s J A of Oklahoma in with H B c S in English and a certificate 111ICS in journalism HP received anj honorary Doctor of Laws from1 Services for Mrs OIlie Deltna n Texas Tech University in 79 who was found dead Roswell N Started In Tulsa iher residence at K Bavlor f defendant The award was while he was still in this morning will he at10 am totaling was hiuh school that Guy broke into Monday at Parkway Drive xt DCalnsf H11 citv the newspaper business startChurch of Christ claimed that a in the sports department of Bill Brvant minister will CitlV directed her to Thn Tulsa i f Sec Tribune Inter moving to The be work and Tulsa World During college he jn ormer deacon of the resbyterian Church of Lub ock Active In Civic Affairs In ihe area of civic endeavor no matter where he might travel returned to praise is home served in Imost every public capacity or which there was no finan al return He served several terms to linjj a quarter of a century n the directorate of The Lub ock CCBCD several terms otaling 17 years on the direc orate of the Panhandle South lains Fair and as a pasl presi ent of the Fair He also is a past president of e Lubbock Downtown Rotary advisory board of Lubboc Christian College since its in ception For the past 18 years he ha been a director of the For Worth Denver Railway past director of the West Texa Chamber of Commerce Guy also has served as member of the Texas Commis sion on Alcoholism for 13 year under three different governors Price Daniel John Connall and Preston Smith High Masonic Honors Guy is a member of Yellow house Lodge Macken zie Lodge El Pas Consistory Scottish Rite o Free Masonry and has the de Tee of 33rd honorary In re spect to the latter Guy i among only a handful of Wes Texans to hold this high Mason jc honor He also is a membe of the Legion of Honor Order of DeMolay In addition to his widerang ng interest in civic affairs ed ucation Masonic activities anc newspaper work Guy also maintained a lively and wide ranging interest in politics state national and foreign af airs He was on a firstname basis vith the great and neargreai n many fields of endeavor for much of the more than half century he was engaged in newspaper work Made Foreign Visits He was a member of an isory group on Occupation f Germany Austria and Tri ste following cessation of hos ilities in World War H and a nember of the advisory group ATO operations in Italy in 958 He also was the represent tive of President Lyndon B ohnson at the official observ nce in West Germany on com letion of the Marshall Plan in 967 Closer home he was public nformstion advisor to the Cen ral Flying Training Command JSAF and made numerous nspection trips to U S Air orce facilities Guy who long kidded his lore reluctant colleagues about leir aversion to flying was the rst Lubbockite to get into an irplane and fly to another city rom Fort Worth in 926 He also was the first Lub ock civilian to fly an ocean ith the USAF in 1946the At lantic twice Qvil Appeal Court Backs Qosing Law The Seventh Court of Civ Appeals in Amarillo has uphel the states Sunday closing lav in an opinion issued on the cas involving CiarksGamble Inc Cooks Discount Departmen Store and Sundaco in Lub bock The suit fas instituted by th State of Texas during the ten ure of Tom Purdom in th county attorneys office Th case was tried in 140th Distric Court and Judge William R Shaver issued a permanent in junction forbidding the defend ants from selling or offering fo sale on consecutive days of Sat urday and Sunday any of th terns banned by the state Sunday closing law The dfendants operation in volved a contract to sell th store inventory on Saturda night to Sundaco Sundaco oper ated the store on Sunday and sold back to CiarksGamble foi VTondaythroughSaturday busi less The case was based on store isles on the dates Oct 9 ant 0 1971 The state maintained thai iundaco was the agent for Cooks a point upheld by the ppellate court In the opinion written by Chief Justice James A Ellis he court found the arrange ment with Sundaco to be a vfo ation of the state closing law ind that such conduct is subject o the injunctive remedy provid ed by the state law The jury verdict in the dis rict court also had declared undaco to be an agent ol Cooks that issue being the nly one submitted by Judge haver ife Threatened Woman Claims n Testimony Mrs Sue Jaynes Harrison 20 f Lubbock testified this morn ng that she was forced to ac mpany two Negro men the ight of July 21 1970 in the obbery at the W A McNaBy esidence 3715 36th St Testimony was nearing an nd shortly before noon in the in 99th District Court of lub Guy was the first chairj Guv is married to the former Udge Howard C Davison Lubbock AuGrace MoTeoMatador tormmColiseum commission i 1 nd recently was reapixjinted to the new Civic Center com mission He also was the first Of The El Paso Timo chairman of the first City ning and Zoning commission nml held the same distinction on the citys initial Airport com mission They have three sons Chas a Tucson stockbroker Dorrance executive editor of The El Paso Times and George in the classified ad vertising department of The A J The defendant a white wom an said she was forced into an automobile by the men as she left work at a private club in east Lubbock She testified that ner was threatened before Long interested in education TllPV t every level Guy served two J Icclive terms in thp t A jury in Judge William R Shavers MOth District Court Thursday afternoon returned a and after the robbery and later was released at a club where she took a taxi home Mr and Mrs McNally and their son Andy that they wore 20 testified bound and PONY TAIL Disarmament Parley Proposed By Britain By WILLIAM N OATIS UNITED NATIONS the worlds major powers today API Britain called on ai to take part in the Sovietpro posed world disarmament con ference in a new effort the arms race to hal I couldnt possibly go steady with you Norman you wont be old enough for a drivers license for six more Decline In Beef Prices Reported By DON KENDALL WASHINGTON AP Con umers paid less for beef las nonth because of a slide in attle prices and the first dip in middleman markups since las une the Agriculture Depart ment said today The September retail price o ieef a key indicator in the cos f living was slightly less thar per pound on an allcu asis including hamburger as veil as steak That was almost three cents ess than in August and ents cheaper than the record ligh in July In August how ver the price cattlemen to onsumers was a record ents per pound Per Cent Drop Last month according to a market basket report on armproduced food the mid leman share for beef was ents per pound a decline ol 3 per cent in a month Statistically however the gagged and thai ihe men were armed with a pistol and a knife and wore a hankerchief and a stocking over their faces They said that the woman was not armed and that she bound Mrs McNally at the in verdict costly to the City of Lubbock in a case arising fromlstructlons of lne a carmotorcycle collision taken from the 13 1970 at the intersection of Avenue U and 50th Street Clifford Onley brought the suit against the city and also named the driver of the car Mrs Bill It home were to in coins from a safe a mink coat and other valuables Neither of the men has been charged officials said wns a for The Arra Daily Oklahomanibe directed bv East Mound Cemetery in Matador Arrangements are Funeral Following graduation OU Guy worked for The Reno American and later on The Bristow Record This was during the oil boom in Bristow when persons were gpftintj mail out of a xist office sot up for Moved Here In 1021 that the flagmans directions took precedence over traffic sie nilf Home Mrs Lee had been a resident tlof Lubbock the last six years j Oooflwin Services Before moving to LublxKk she had resided in Afton She was a I member of the Parkway Church of Christ In City Today Albert Lloyd Wolfforlh Dies Albert Samuel Lloyd 82 of Wolf forth died at to day at Colonial Nursing Home He moved to the Lubbock area in 1962 from Gulf port Miss Survivors include the wife Vernell a daughter Mrs Juan ita Strong of Wolf forth three make one sons J B Lloyd of Longmarket beef middleman beef margin was per cent more than last une and per cent more han a year ago All grocery store foods aver ged per cent less in Sep ember but per cent more lan a year earlier Last week the Bureau of La or Statistics reported take home food in September rose per cent from August But USDA officials said their report covered only food produced on American farms and did not in clude imported items and sea food products The BLS report also coveiS meat prices only for the first week in a month while the USDA surveys beef and pork For the entire month Brcnkdown Given Broken down further the USDA report showed that of the average retail beef price of just under per pound the farm value was cents in September down from in August and the summer peak of last June and July when cattle prices were higher Farm value is not the price iroducers get for cattle but it s their share of what con sumers pay at retail stores It requires nearly pounds of ive steer for example to of super low the peaks in early summer A total market basket of food items theoretically enough to feed a typical family for a year cost an annual rate of 320 in September down S2 from the record highs reported for July and August Of the total the farm snare was in September up from in August The middleman share for transportation proc essing and merchandising was in September down Sll from S792 reported the month earlier Rise Explained Noting the increase in the market baskets farm value of ficials said the rise was due mainly to substantially higher prices for frying chickens and Wheat prices have soared since late July because of huge export sales to the Soviet Un on But bread prices in Sep tember showed a slight decline rom cents per loaf in Au gust to cents last month The farm value of products in a loaf of bread however rose to cents from in Augusf meaning a shrinking of middle man margins Pork the second most popu ar meat rose again to a record price average of cents per pound reflecting his torical highs for live hogs this year Compared with a year ago the price of pork was per cent higher in supermarkets and the share returned to farm ers was per cent more Department officials say more cattle are expected to be marketed this fall but that ami prices will remain fairly teady through the winter Noted Prophetess Due To Appear Here In February Jeane Dixon internation ally known prophetess and seer has been booked for a public appearance at the Lubbock Municipal Audito rium on Feb 2 at 8 Mrs will appear in Lubbock under sponsorship of the Texas Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma sororie ty Details on ticket sales will be announced latter Most people began hear ing about Mrs in Au gust 1952 when she predict ed that a Democrat would be elected to the presidency in the early 1960s but would be assassinated be fore he completed his first term in office The Washington prophe tess predicted last October at an appearance in Loving ton N that Red China would be admitted to the United Nations She also forecast the assassination of Sen Robert Kennedy in California and has predicted the downfall of the twopar ty system and the existing form of American govern ment Mrs Neta Tillman presi dent of the sponsoring or ganization attended Mrs Dixons Lovington perfor mance Oct 22 1971 and since then has been trying to make arrangements for her to come to Lubboek She said Mrs Dixons performance is to be non profit and that all Mrs Dixon receives from her ap pearance here will be do nated to Children to Chil dren Inc The Phi Sigma Alpha so roriety a civicminded so cial organization has five chapters in Lubbock All the chapters will be cooperating in ticket sales efforts she said Joseph Godber Britains min ister of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs told the General Assemblys main political committee that such a conference would make sense only if all the nuclear weapon powers took part The United States and China both have expressed opposition to a world disarmament confer ence In addition China and France have long boycotted the armament committee Objectives Cited Godber stressed that a world conference should aim at achieving an appropriate fo rum which represents the reali ties of world power rather than as an end in As a first step a compromise could be worked out on the basis of an Argentine proposal to set up a 10nation committee to study the chances of success for a vorld conference Godber said in a prepared speech Addressing a news confer ence Thursday night Godbsr said Britain would take part in world disarmament confer ence only if all the five nuclear Dowers and most other major lations agree to take part Prospects Dim He said the absence of two of rhe nuclear powers France and was one of the main laws of the 25nation Geneva committee Once a world disarmament conference is convened all the luclear powers would be in volved in negotiations Godber said The conference would dis cuss the broad issues and then delegate the detailed work to a small body which might super sede the Geneva committee ie added He admitted that present prospects tor disarment talks nvolving all the nuclear pow ers were not very but aid Britain was willing to con inue backstage discussions on he Soviet proposal Beach A Homer Lloyd of Chicago and Claude Farm prices of live cattle al though slightly higher recently Guy joined the woeklv Plains Ark f win of 57th St were to be Uovd of Jakarta Indonesia I are still about per head be Survivors include six sons AJ be ford Daniel Lee of rh 7 ln Sanders Me with the Rev 192 as associate editor Th ditor jAlvis Ray Lee both of was to te incUv S F h in Plains Journal had Lee and Robert Ihock Cemcterv late in 1923 The Cctil Lcc of Phoenix Goodwin 70 was dead on ar Iwo brothers Clarence and Pledger Lloyd both of Birmingl ham one sister Mrs Lillian Lollar of Seatlle 10 grandchildren and four great grandchildren Security Guard Shot To Deatli printing plant was located a daughter Mrs 10th Street and Texas of Lubbock three Highland Hospital after Tiffrr Homo Stephens of Manino i where McWIiorters is now situibrotiiers Joe Stephens a led While thr planl was heingMidor Marvin Stephens of Tulia built and equipped Guy madcjand Earl Stephens of Plain weekly trips to Amarillo 2fi grandchildren and the paper was printed on conjuiree grcal grandchildren trad The first Plains edition published in the Lubi bock plant was in r o i 1924 Rites Saturday Formed Partnmliip 11 i Dorrance Roderick who at ror Mrs Ladcnhead the time ran The Plains Jour nal business office and who is currently chief executive officer of The El Paso Times and bought The Plains Journal Services for Mrs Josephine Cadcnhead 96 of 3301 27th ing an apparent heart attack He came to Lubbock in 1927 Services are pending al Res Funeral HOUSTON tJPI An offduty policeman moonlighting as aiLavomc Kirby lutes parttime security Funeral Set Monday For Dunivan Infant Four Persons Plead Guilty Instructor Pilot For October At Reese Selected The 54th Flying Training quaciron has named Capt Hen y E Cecci as the October In tructor Pilot of the Month In selecting Capt Cecci for lis honor Lt Col William 0 talker squadron commander itecl the outstanding perform nce and significant contribu ions that Capt Cecci has made during his tour here as an in truclor pilot A member of B Flight the Four persons pleaded guiltycaptain has served as an in this morning in misdemeanor cases in county courts In County CourtatLaw No 2 of Judee Dcnzil Severs Alton R Brown 28 Lorenzo and Raul Luna 21 Rt 6 Lubbock were each assessed anj structor pilot for three His flight commander Capt James R Dawdy commended Capt Ccccis performance is an instructor pilot and a leader within the flight He has ied each class through the difficult costs and seven days in jail phases of the flying training probated for eight months Both were charged with DWI In County CourtatLaw No 1 of Judce Edwin H Boedeker Edward L Ellis 26 SSL also charged with DWI program Ho is exceptionally good with below average stu Capt Cecci has served in ev ery capacity within the flight from navigation officer to was assessed and costs and emergency procedures officer Janet Greene 4905 Gth scheduling officer In adeli shoplifting S25 and three daysjtion to these duties the captain n jail probated for six months is a senior runway supervisory Hipolito D o m i n K u e 7 33 unt controller as well as an f r illinium V 1U I UK U e UUllLIUllLr da i US ti SrUiniSmycr pleaded innocent of aiRSU checkout instructor fnd Mrs Cert Dunivan orfDWI charC Hnd was pliced un Cai1 Cccd is a 196S cradlrat 917 of West Virginia University i 2217 68th will be Monday in Rcsthaven Memorial Park Ted Carruth minister of Pi oneer Park Church of Christ will officiate with Resthtiven SingletonWilson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements The infant died at birth at Wednesday in St Mary of the Plains Hospital Survivors other than the par ents include a sister Leah Ri chelle and a brother Michael Richard Bryan Dies In Wreck Services for Richard Wayne Bryan 18 of 190G 4th St are pending al Sanders Funeral Home Bryan was killed in an auto accident Tdursdav in Eden S graduate in Morgantown There he earner a bachelor of science degree n electrical encinccrins The ycarold native of Yukon Pa is married to the former Sapinsky and they have two children XJRAMOI ESTIMATED NEW in conventional deposits in the A resident of Lubbock eightHnited States is estimated at Shawn both of the home andyenrs Bryan was a student million Ions of uranium ox grandparents Mr and Mrs J ITrinily University in San AntoWe of which tons are C Eager Jr of 2007 17th St nio He graduated from Lubidentifiable and recoverable and Mrs Marie Dunivan of High School in 1972 and Ssprmg mg a Little Giant Food Store on South University when he re tired in June Survivors include his wife two daughters Mrs Elizabeth Day of Rt 5 Lubbock and Mrs Marilyn Clark of Mule shoe a brother Roy Goodwin of Eugene three sisters Mrs Eva Lee Boyd of 1716 39tii v Mrs Lera San and Mrs Vera died about 2 p m in St Mary Hospital T C Vimp conducted at 2 of Phoenix and five nipof 1924 SUm1dav in Ford Memorial Chapel grandchildren The two formed a later partof Firsl Cnurch Lindsay nership with 1 imnsay then publisher of The Amarillo u o Daily News and Post and Church with the Rev J Houston Harte of The San Standard and Burial will be m Hanks of The Abilene Report Services Set Today Henry Hopson first erNews This was the joint venture of Harte Hanks starling a hns now grown nationwide newspaper opera tion Tivo Papers Combined Guy became editor of The Lubbock Evening and Sunday Journal which began publication as a daily in September 1925 Ho continued as editor of The jder direction of ResthavcnSin Hclry Funeral Home former Lubbock Harte resident who died Monday will partnership conducted at 3 p m today in Funeral Home in KlS County She was in Uvalde County Mrs Cadenhcad was the daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Brownfield and the wife of the late P W Cadenhcad ac tive pioneer rancher Survivors include her daugh ter Mrs Ethel Chrislian of Lubbock AvalancheJournal 27th a son John W Caclen when in September 112R Thchcad of Meadow two sisters Journal purchased the olderMrs Ida Rush of El Paso and Morning Avalanche Guy be Mrs Linnie Morrison of Globe came cflilorpiiblishcr of four grandchildren and Lubbock AvalancheJournalininc greatgrandchildren math Falls Ore Burial will he in Eternal Hills Cemetery there Survivors include his wife two sons Henry H Hudson of Berlin and James Ray Hudson of Corvallis Ore three daughters Mrs Henrietta Taylor of Klamath Falls Mrs Lena Lou Styles of Rt 7 Uib bock and Mrs Lula Mae Sills of 531S 32nd 15 grandchil dren and 11 greatgrandchil dren Maedgen Serious After Surgery Charles E Maedgen Jr of 1009 Mesa Road was described in serious condition here today Maedgen chief executive offi cer and chairman of the execu tive committee of Lubbock Na tional Bank underwent cranial surgery at Methodist Hospital Thursday morning He has long leen among the active civic leaders of Lubbock Saturday Rites Set For Mrs Alley 84 Mrs Bertha Alley 84 of Gor don died about 1 Thursday in St Mary of the Plains Hospi tal after several months of ill ness Services will be at Saturday in the First United Methodist Church in Gordon with burial in Gordon Cemetery under direction of Edwards Fu neral Homc in Strawn Sanders Funeral Home handled local ar rangements native of Oklahoma Mrs Alley was a resident of Gordon 70 years and came to Lubbock in May tn live with her nephew Jack T Boles of 2311 29th St guard was shot three times and killed late Thursday night as he stepped outside of the bar where he worked Patrolman Jerry Leon SpnnII 29 a three year force veteran had reported to duty only min utes before the shooting Set Here Saturday Laveme H Kirby GO of 29th St was dead on arrival shortly before noon Thursday at Methodist Hospital Services will be at 10 Saturday in First Church with the Rev Charles was a member of the First Baptist Church Survivors include his Mrs Oleta Bryan his father D W Bryan of Long and his grandmother Mrs Bonnie Stanford of Lub bock i NASH AMBULANCE SERVICE Sinlnc Hif Kntlrr WM St Per TnmshT II Imnr Inmifpr srrvfcT K N if ncoiln ovytpncnillllporl ulr ramlllioniM unils CALt 7472717 Witnesses said Spruill stepped Taylori officiating Buri outside the silver Dollar restau rant and bar and several mo ments later they heard shots Spruill was found lying in a va cant lot next to the restaurant One of the witnesses George Crossley 29 gave Spruill mouth to mouln resuscitation He said Spruill was breathing when he was loaded into the ambulance Officers said he was dead on arrival at a hospital He was reportedly shot in the chest with a 38caiber pistol Witnesses said two men ran rom the scene immediately af ter the shots were fired Offic ers said one of them fled in an old pickup truck The manager of the Silver Dollar said Thursday was Spru IPs first nigh as a guard The officer is survived by his widow Marcia Police said no suspects have jeen arrested al will be at Rcsthaven Men ial Park under direction of San ders Funeral Home An architect in Lubbock 10 years Kirby was past president of the Texas Panhandle Chapter of the American Institute of Ar chitecls He moved to LubbocK from Sherman Survivors include his wife a son L H Kirhy Jr of Hous ton a laughter Mrs Ed Dean of Monroe a sister Kar lene Kirby of Gstl Mesa Cil and three granrlrhilrlren Peaceful Gardens Memorial Park A Perpetual Care Cemetery Not all cemeteries are the same Different prices attitudes service management regulations and maintenance The minutes spent to investigate may save hours of regrets Phone 8632241 or Drive miles south of city limits on 87 Woodrow Exit r According to Indian legend he Amazon River was formed vhen the moon wept because she could not marry the sun LUBBOCK MONUMENT WORKS Authorized for Georgia Bronze and Granite til BILL LINN Call For Finest Flowers 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