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Brady Standard And Heart O Texas News (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Brady, Texas . Box 8066 Dallas Texas the Brady Standar Datt it Jugart a Texas j Hilke edition Xia ii no. 27 Tia going Back to old schedule in Brady Friday trans Texas airways is going Hack to its old flight schedule in Brady Friday july i one flight try Dallas in mid morning fend a return flight to san Antonio in late afternoon. John Kichner. Tia vice president in Hon ton said a no doubt tin poof in of Iii Ady will he glad to heal this. And the a it local aviation committee c an say a i told you so a the Brady flight schedule was reverse Al in mat he anti another in pages two sections Hrady. My a Foch Punty Texas tuesday june 28, 195.&Quot 5c per Opy whole number 7128 Light Nanjan Effort i a instead Ted it a comb was mat draw More improving had Factor a Load fat pout la to i june i Busine bound flight showed in improve no it but it was not sufficient to overcome the Bess of traffic on the South bound flight. Therefore there is nothing else to tic but to change the on july i to the old pattern a Kichner aul. Since june i. Sta has been Fly in if one plane from Dallas at i lit a. In. And arriving in Blady at 10.5k a. In. In route to san Antonio. The second plane has Ben leaving san Antonio at i p. Iii., arming in Bratty at 2 02 p. In. And in Dallas at 3 43 p. M. To effective Friday the schedule will Lee Mohsin. ,111 leave san Antonio at 9.15 a. N hard working Home folks elect Rochelle senior Queen of Jubilee with Strong backing from her Home folks Hay Bratton a 16-year-old Brown haired lass from Mercury was elected Queen of the 1955 july Jubilee saturday. Daughter of or. And mrs. T. K. Son Bratton Nav will he a senior at Rochelle High school next fall. The two runners up who will serve As princesses when Ray is Coron ated Friday night were Bai Hara Bodenhamer an i Diane Buddie. Barbara daughter of or. And mrs. Bill Bodenhamer Anil Diane. I. We i hike Lis St a in b Ady july Jubilee had it Nail Hack in 1926 when Iii h us Park Given to the City Ane county by the Lute f m. Uncle Buck Richards a dedicated in a two Day a picnic so Many people showed up Fen the free bar i Kvuei and the event was so successful Othrow i be it was Dot cited to be it every year by the third year the Celebration Rad be n Given the ringing name. July Jubilee. Tile beloved or. Richards above in a picture from the standards files died feb. 25, i arrive Brady Arr 10 20 a. In. Dallas 11 5k a. In. \ Futek Vuk in Feicht leave Dalla at 5.3,5 p. In. Arrive Brady 6.13 p. In. Arrive san Antonio 7 18 p. In. Trim destiny runs 7th in Cleveland returns to Detroit trim destiny Wasny to last. But he did t finish in the Money a a Iii a saturday in the $46,000 Ohio Derby in Cleveland. He ran seventh in a Field of 14 taking the top Money was traffic judge owned by Clifford Mooers of Kentucky and Ridden by famed jockey Eddie arcane a Long Aho Selinsgrove was second and honeys Alibi came in third j la. White # Kentucky Derby Colt Bas been nominated for the a Michigan Miles scheduled in Detroit july a but after his recent performance he May or May not Start. After the Cleveland race j Trainer Cecil Locklear was taking trim destiny Back to Detroit where the rest of or Whites string is stabled Jubilee s longest Parade in making Mccuis sch wheal a Ewers Vole for Iii is 85 a. V v 3 f Vav j Mcculloch county farm r went i along with wheat growers through out the nation saturday in voting i to continue marketing quota on next years wheat crop. In Mcculloch county the vote was 89 in favor and 15 against j quotas were approved nationwide by a 77.5 percent vote. Only a two i thirds majority was needed to put marketing quotas in effect on the i 1956 crop. Hetes the Box by Box vote be no. Blady 27 i daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Eddie Are both from Brady. Fifteen nominees brought out 1,48 voters saturday. The election judges did not announce How Many votes each girl Drew Lait Jubilee manager John Loiell admitted that it a was a hogs from first to last Only a few votes separated each candidate. Kay had attended a Tea Given for the Queen nominees by mrs. B. R. Sheffield. Jr., saturday afternoon and a still in Brady when counting of the votes it i complot d about 6 30 p. In. At Tho courthouse. With campaigns going for to girls plenty of interest was stirred up. It was almost like general election Day in Brady saturday. O on i tickets for the qts in Tori Friday night Are on Sale at City drug and rudder drug. Box cat an so general admission 75 cent and 35 cont for after the Coronation. Ray Wil be honoured at the Queens Ball the held at the National guard armory. Tickets Are si.50 per couple Art Koch a orchestra will play. Saturday morning Queen Ray will be seen again in the mile to g Parade around the Brady Square officially opening the i to july Jubilee. Sponsored by the Rod Neil rid t Rochelle study club she was represented at the courting by Hubert Tuffs Moseley. Not in Lohn Rochelle l of a i 1.5 faints postponed the Pony league has postponed it game scheduled for thursday Ami Friday nights this week because of the july Jubile. The postponed games will be made up at the longest Parade in the history of the Jubilee maybe even the Best one too will Start rolling in Brady at to a. In. Saturday. On Hundred and Twenty eight units Are list Ted in the order of i March. In a revision of previous plans the Parade will form on South Elm Street and proceed North to East Commerce Street turn West at Gilbreath food Market Anil move onto the Square at rudder drug store moving counter clockwise around the Square Parade then will leave out on South Blackburn Street and go a it far As the Post office before breaking up. A a a to insure a prompt Start at to j a. In., Jim Harkrider chairman of the Parade committee was asking that All units report at 9.30 a. In. Saturday. Float entered by various dubs and organizations will a competing for prizes on the basis of originality. First prize is >25 second i rite is $15, ail $10 it offered for end of the s tuesday play West in Hirts als will go e Best dressed Cowboy arum to a St dressed cowgirl among Tho to w Iii ride in tin Parade. So Tita Hoise wont get excited the riders will bring up the rear of the Parade. Cowboys and cowgirl who would like to ride have an open invitation to do so saturday. Sheriff Lukeva Ogel is in Chai go of this division. A six awards will ire Given in the bicycle division first second and third place awards for the Best decorated bicycles among both boys and girls. Tommy Clay will be in charge of the bicycle riders. Uvalde and Kerrville Are sending turn to Page 8, Sec. I col. I Power interrupted As Coil Durns out Power was interrupted Here at i p. In. Monday As a Coil burned out on a 2,500-kilowatt a Nevator at the Brady water amp Light works. A amp a officials Elev a heavy lightning during the recent storms was responsible. Other generators wore put Iii Sci vice at the Plant until the Iii was replaced and repairs made at 3 30 a. In. Tuesday. Electra service we it off about 12 minutes. Results of the election mean wheat Farmers who Plant within their acreage allotments will he 1 eligible for Price support on their wheat next year a 76 percent of parity. Had they rejected marketing quotas they would have Leen eligible for Only 50 a it recent of parity. Those who Plant More than their allotments will be subject to marketing penalties on the excess wheat. Only Farmers who Plant More i than 15 acres of wheat Are subject to the acreage controls. Test Hegins again at City a new Well another test began tuesday morning on the City s new water Well on West White St. A breakdown interrupted a previous test last saturday. Tuesday the Well was pumping 880 Gallons a minute but the total was expected to increase As the test continued. The Well will i pumped for i hours. Brady marines at California Camp save woman from Pacific Ocean special to the Standard san Diego Calif. A group of modest Marine reservist from Brady tex., finally disclose wednesday that they had Rescue a Young woman from a Strong Pacific Beach undertow the previous sunday june 19. There was Only one hitch they did t know who so was. Tin disclosure came while the five Blady men were taking their second of two weeks Gummer training with the 91st special infantry company at the Camp Matthews Rifle Range. 0 0 0 a she did no to give us her name Quot j said pvt. Tracy Byrd of Brady who i made the Rescue. A but her first name was Doris. She was married. Her Hubby was a Navy frogman but he was up on the a each somewhere when it All the marines did no to get his name either. Other members of the Reserve unit who with Byrd were taking sunday respite from the two weeks training schedule were of. Lesley g. Fisher of 1213 South Mesquite St. Of. Sam Wright of. Ray riddles of 1466 South Elm St., and Bobbie Joy All of Brady. Because th1 undertow was so powerful they All Lent a hand to get the near marines Hack Home from California eleven Brady Marine reservists returned Home Early monday morning after two weeks of summer training in san Diego. Calif. Members of the 91st special infantry company they left California by plane at 6 30 p. In. Sunday land ing at Mathis Field in san Angelo at 12 15 a. Iii. Monday. Hrady ites aboard the plane were Amos Lewallen Leon Parker Joe i Mcmunn Ray riddles Glenn Hanford Lem Railsback Calvin Fitzgerald Loxley Fisher Bobby Joy Sam Wright and Tracy Byrd. Drowning victim onto the Beach. As but. Byrd told it a we were Down there swimming sunday afternoon kind of playing around. Lesley Fisher was with me. He saw this girl out in the surf she was waving her arms hollering for help. He Lesley Wasny to such a very go a swimmer so he told me about her Ami so i went out after her. A she give out Quot he drawled in his West Texas vernacular a just before i reached her. I barely got hold of her hand. I took her in to where we could stand but it took the others to carry her in. I do it myself. I was pretty tired. I had to swim against the undertow. Quot after she got her breath and to where so could stand we took her to when her umbrella outfit was. She had rested up by the time her husband got said his buddy Lesley Fisher i a i did no to think too much of it at turn to Page 8, Sec. I col. 3 lately however hut Moseley suited her Cousin Wesley Bratton on the Square. Bratton knew de wast ill in town and brought her Over to the courthouse. 0 0 0 Parker Pumphrey chairman of the Queen s election committee told her she a the new Queen of the Jubilee and congratulated la r. Quot in be never it Een so honoured in All my life Quot she managed to say in the excitement. Mrs. Barry Francks assistant chairman of the election told her Quot that those people out there realty worked for a they really did. Mercury Placid and All of them Quot Ray said in gratitude. Her supporters had rounded up every voter they could from Rochelle to the Colorado River and brought them into the polls. It was an outstanding tribute. Princess Barbaraus sponsors the Brady fire department put on a big Campaign also and saturday they stationed a fire truck with Barbaraus Campaign sign outside the court House. Members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha worked hard for their candidate Diane Roddie. They got into the Campaign Early and had Diane a picture Ami signs up All Over i town. Scott Pankey 78, of Pontotoc Dies funeral services for Scott Pankey 78, longtime Stock Farmer at Pontotoc were held at 3 p. Iii. Monday in Llano with the Rev. Rol Ert a. Jackson. First Christian Church minister officiating. Burial was in the Llano cemetery. Or. Pankey died Earls sunday after a Long illness. Survivors Are his wife four sons Damon anti Ira Pankey of Llano Ruell Pankey of Alice and Marvin Pankey of Brady four daughters mrs by Inman mrs. We Itie arh Lett mrs. Ruth Shropshire Ami mis. We la Fay Randolph All of Llano and four sifter mrs. Dink Mccurdy and mrs. Floyd Holt of b adv and mrs. A. W. Now in and mrs a. F. Miller of Pontotoc. We won a Cousin Wesley Bratton right and Campaign manager Hub it Tuff Moseley escort Ray Bratton through doorway into the courthouse saturday where Nav Learned she had been elected Queen of the 1955 july Jubilee. Standard photo i \ n e Rodd i. Jubilee Prince Harby it x to of i x m for. Jubilee Prince Quot in it. Jack prick Lewis shoe store jets new manager ii. It la Al Price formerly of Del Rio moved i Brady last week end and took Over manage meat of i Lew is shoe store hero i monday morning. Price comes to Brady highly recommended As a Slot malt Aud Lias had 25 years experience in the business. Or. And mrs. Prier Are at Home Here Iii one of the Mecall Curtis apartments on South Bridge St. Mrs. M. F. Short and mrs. John Pellizzeri will remain at the store to assist in the daily operations. Or. To i Peri in or. Ami and daughter Beryl Art visiting with mrs. Perrin s Mother mrs in c. Ulrich while Hor husband is at to ranch near it Viville. Or. Perrin is attending a conference there As Delegate from Trinity presbyterian Church in Houston. Atter a few Days in Brady the family will then go to Sulphur Springs for a visit will or Perrin s father. Or t. I Perrin before returning to Houston where he is in charge of All korean a a Veteran and select Ive service affairs at the University of Houston. Sickly blood j Cam do the a log of bloc j a a is Quot a Quot to. 3 Maxe Adauto Ani j the Bloodmobile will be at the National guard armory in Brady thursday june 30, from i to 7 p. In. Bishop to officiate at ordination rites the Bishop of the West Teva diocese and other episcopal Lead Cis will take part in ceremonies Here w wednesday morning As Sheri Brady i a it of the k Dan Newman a i hip Church. Beg to. La ii at a j ill Scop. Of t is the Sheridan Newman 29. St. Peter s Day the it will he held at St. Paul a Ficq Church. The Public is inv attend. Coming from san Antoni Al. Rev Everett Holland Jones in la Bishop of West Texa who will Confer the sacred office of the diaconate upon Newman. Son of tin late judge and mrs. F. M. New Nan the Blady Man will take Over As Rector at St. Helena s Church in Boerne sunday july to. He recently complot i his work at the episcopal Seminary the Church divinity school of the Pacific in Berkeley Calif. The ordination Sermon wednesday will be preached by the Rev Beverly m. Boyd of St. Philip s Church i a a i de. Ann i Oen Tut no of the candidate will be made by the Rev. Herbert b. Morris of St Philips Church san Antonio. Litany for the ordination will turn to Page 8. Sec i col. La

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