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Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 27, 1965, Brownwood, Texas To Brownwood bulletin monday december 27, 1965 Washington news deaths in. J. A. Cates san Angelou funeral services for mrs. J a Cates 77. Mother of to w. Cates of Cole Mao Are pending at Robert Massey funeral Home. Mrs Cates a resident of san Angelo since 1944 died sunday at 9 . In a san Angelo Hospital alter a Long illness she was Horn dec. I. 1888 at Lufton other survivors include two daughters two other sons in grandchildren and to great grandchildren. Mrs. Alma Summy Mullin a funeral services Tor mrs. Alma a Summy. 83. Of san Angelo will be held today at 4 pm in Mullin first Baptist Church with the Rev Chester Sylvester pastor officiating burial will be in Mullin cemetery under direction of Johnson a1 heme in san Angel Summy died sunday at >.m. In a san Angelo hos Fum or i 45 pita a rang Gelo in m after a Long illness she bom july 28. 1882. In do and had lived in san an since 1952 silo had lived Ullin 64 years before moving to san Angelo she roamed Calvin Lee sum a nov. 2, 1902 in Mullin he died in 1949 mrs Summy was a member of Tho primitive Baptist Church survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Rev Ratch and miss Marsalite Summy. Both of san Angelo a son Henry f. Summy of Corpus Christi two Sisters mrs Dave Gentry of Rankin and mrs Howard Broad of Brady four grandchildren and four great grandchildren mrs. A. B. Mitchelljr. Clyde Duckworth graveside services for Clyde d Duckworth. 77. Were to be held today at 2 pm. In Greenleaf cemetery with or Allen Peacock officiating. Burial was to be in Greenleaf cemetery under direction of Davis Morris funeral Home. A retired Salesman or. Duckworth died sunday at 1 30 a in. In Oklahoma City of a he was born june 14. 1888. And was a in c in b e r of the methodist Church he married Elizabeth Low june i. 1924. In Dallas she died get 31. 1965 survivors include a brother in Law r o b e r t Low or of Brownwood and a sister in Law mrs. Cella Garten of Brownwood g. Harry Hardy funeral services Tor 0 Harry Hardy. 62 will be held wednesday at a tune to be announced in Davis Morris funeral Home with burial in Coleman cemetery or Hardy died sunday at 8 p in in a Little Rock. Ark. Hospital after a Brief illness. He was a member of the methodist Church and graduate of Daniel Baker College Sun ivors include five Sisters. Mrs. C i by Brey of Houston. Mrs Sparks of Bangs or w c Tauch of san anaemic mrs. V j. Kills of Albuquerque n m and mrs George v Gray of Brownwood and two Brothers. A c Hardy o san Antonio and the Rev. C. Reginald hard of Kingsville funerals Long c. Martin Coleman bbl funeral services for Lang c. Martin or 65. President and co owner of Martin Brick co., will be held tuesday at 10 30 a in in Stevens funeral Home. Burial will to m Coleman cemetery with masonic graveside rites. Or. Martin died at 4 20 sunday in an Abilene Hospital he was born july 16. 1900, at Decatur and married Kathleen Handy March i 1923 at Bridgeport. He was a Baptist and 32nd degree Mason. He was past director of both Clay production co of the Southwest and o Vera 11-Morris memorial Hospital in Coleman he was a Veteran and a member of both the kiwanis club and Coleman Rodeo association. Survivors include his wife a son. Lang c. Martin or. Of i Coleman a sister mrs Elena Ramsey of Glen Rose and a grandson. James s. A Crecy Comanche Bogi fun a Al services for James Sidney Zoad Berley 84, lifetime resident of Comanche county were to be held today at 4 in Comanche funeral Home with the Rev. Tommy Knotts and the Rev b. L Mccord officiating burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. Or. Berley died sunday morning in a Comanche Hospital he labor Union campaigning a collision to build refugee Village three cars planes continued from Page i a major collision it Fisk and a . Army officer Brownwood bulletin said by the associated press telecast in Washington or cd so Washington i apr a . A face the labor Union plans to raise $1 per member a potential of nearly $300,000�?to build a resettlement Village for the thousands of refugees pouring into South Viet or in. But. Smith sail Rhodesia has enough Oil now to fast six months before having to Purchase Smith also said Rhodesia which has declared its inc the Al Cio International pen Denee from great Britain is Union of electrical workers not committed to a to icy of which has already miser thou White supremacy. Sands of dollars for Christmas presents and other a its to american fighting men in Viet Nam. Said the refugee Village project was deride on in consultation w till state Devil ment and other Federal officials. Washington map a prime Washington a a private citizens group says the United states will increasingly be called upon to feed a hungry world and urged the government to vastly expand los food for peace efforts. Using America s Van product mister Lan Smith of Rhodesia live Power to provide food for Vul his nation will buy Oil from the worlds hungry can be a the communists or anybody else deterrent to War. Aid the to defy economic san Tunis in National committee for an of posed by Greaf Britain against fictive Congress. Its former african Colony. A the overriding Factor in world politics today its the growing Gap Between population and productivity a the committee said in urging . Agricultural policies to stimulate food surpluses for distribution overseas. Calling the War in Viet Nam a a merely a Ripple on the tidal wave of change sweeping the the committee said holding the line against to Chi Minh or Mao Tze Tung can Only be justified to tile extent that w Golem an bbl services for mrs a p of Coleman w funeral Mitchell to held tuesday at 2 in Stevens funeral Home with burial in Coleman cemetery mrs Mitchell died Ai 2.30 p in sunday in a Santa Anna Hospital. She was bom feb to 1933 she married a b Mitchell sept to 1949 he died sept 12, 1964 survivors include a daughter. Debra Mitchell of son. Max Duane Coleman Mitchell or s. Dora Wilkins Comanche bbl services for mrs Dora Ryan Wilkins. 33, of 400 West Wight ave. Will be held tuesday at 2 . In Comanche funeral Home with Clar Cree Bryant. Church of Christ minister officiating burial will be in the Goldthwaite cemetery. Mrs Wilkins died can y sunday in a Brownwood Hospital. She was bom March 2. 1892. In Falls county and had lived in Comanche county the Nai 21 years she married r pert Daniel Ryan and the it it it uple were the parents was born aug. 7. 1831. In Comanche. Son of the late or and mrs William t Berley to had lived in the county All his lit and Farmed until seven years ago when he retired. He married miss Effie Brown funeral Anc the couple were parents of raffle on child. Audra his first wife died and he married miss Mattie Hester Brooks she died in february 1965. He was a member of East Side Baptist Church in Comanche. Survivors include two son.-. Brooks of Comanche and Tom Berley of Odessa four daughters. Mrs Audra Williford of Comanche mrs Mandy hoots and mrs Ruby Blair both of fort Worth and mrs Lucite French of Odessa one brother. Will Berley of Comanche on1 sister. Mrs. Bernice Berley of a this is an economic War. Aid Smith in a television inter View filmed in Salisbury and visitors Contini de from Page i other american cities with that in London he said cars drive All Over the Road in London and traffic Laws Are not enforced As they Are Here and especially in mean to Dot something Worth Calif Rma. But or. Brown add while behind the i de that there were few accidents in London because no on drove As fast and tile cars Are much Smay Ler and not As powerful. The boys. 4 and 2. Thoroughly enjoyed their stay in Texas. Their prize possessions Are Cowboy hats Given to them by their Grandfather Reeve. They also enjoy the soft drinks they capital footnotes by the asset i ated press the Handy Little neighbourhood Comer store of a few years ago is now a Complex Muhi million Dollar shopping centry the Commerce department ays. In a nationwide Survey. Min department found Ilia eight Large shopping areas outside Down Brady at 2 35 . Friday caused an estimated $1,200 damage no one was injured a hic three car wreck a i960 Auto driven by Eddon Flack. 60. Of 1105 first had approximately $500 damage a 1964 Auto driven by Erica Mathews Wood. 52, of Dalles had an estimated Moo damage and a parked 1965 Auto owned by William Hood or. Of pox 364, route i Brownwood we damaged to the extent of 5300 a minor Accident Christmas Day caused approximately $2c damage As the 1963 Atria driven by Laura Lee Martin was in collision with a 1955 pickup driven by Gayle Monroe Daniel at Martin s drive in out 4 54 . Items missing from vehicle police Are having difficulty explaining How approx mutely 556 of clothing a minis mud be taken from a locked car that was locked when the occupants left the car and Locktu when they returned Marjorie reported the theft of assorted clothing Christmas items a out 1 30 a in. Saturday when she returned to the car parked by St. John s episcopal Church. Other items on the police w weekend r e p a r t in Hided a broken Entrance into North Fie Mentar school w hich was boarded up by the woman making the report about la 30 a Sundae police believed the school was used As a pm Ace to sleep no items were missing. Another broken window at Schwartz cafe was called to it 6 it a a Virv a vent i ant a Sau t Wen to Miles Muth wast of the a a few nor morning to Iro i 1 y Hli Ica suuu1wcm of inc it ,0 0 Publ ,. Int., p o it Brownw Rota. �?~9a. <02 Saco Cut 0000 4 or Craig Woodson Larry 00 edit Suo Cristion i la to a Carrier a a Etc a Cen by vah in the four car Reg count. Caiman Eastland Erat to us Mann Hamilton wills. A Saba. Mccu Mioc Coleman Ann Bromine St s a ear Rusf who a 71 of oar a Vic Cibor of he pres a is Assoc a in pres is a ctr Sivai e till to the use Tor of creation ratin Oca raw published to a in new dispatch credit n of be to Erwin a credit in Pace and a is fit no Sot of up a i att Catena Are also Reserve Barracks a communist mine blew up a jeep a la ing two american soldiers end an american civilian. . Marines reported they killed 12 Viet Cong Vav nil taking Light casualties in 20 crushes with the communists dining 233 patrols around the big . Base at Danang. 38e Miles Northeast of the capita the air Force raised its toll of losses to communist missile fire Over North Viet Nam to to planes. A spokesman sail an f4-c phantom jct downed during an assault on the Bac can Bridge 85 Miles North of Hanoi dec. 19 had been hit by a soviet built surface to air missis a. The Pilot was rescued. Some military commanders were reported concerned by the pause in air attacks Riner they Felt it gave the communists a Chance to step up the movement of men and supplies toward the to Chi Minh Trail leading to the South. No word came from president a Johnson at his Texas ranch but in reportedly still returned a Hope continued from Page v Christmas gifts to the cast. After the show our entire group visited the third fide Hospital near fan san Nhut which is taking of Many of the casualties and it was a moving experience Foi a of us especially Jack Jones and the others in our troupe who Ai making this Christmas trek ror the first time. Because of i he Cong terrorists. Saigon is a pretty no Rovou town right now so Many hotels Hove been blown in that half the Glimmer of Hope the fighting qts flare arc drawing right pay would not pause was have been getting and ask for town City areas grossed Over police attention about 3.19 ., saturday but nothing was taken. Hurricane lamps were report cd missing Earl y from the Bill stick Kurt Nome. Them constantly. Only the teenagers in England Are allowed bottled soft drinks. Spreading South by the asset lated press a cold front covering North Texas weakened sunday night year to the aged Blind disabled $100 million in 1963 and 66 others did More than it Gnu lion in sales. The pc Deal government will Start paying out Mort in welfare benefits in Many states effective new year s Day they include an estimated $238 million More a oui edged steadily toward the South today most morning temperatures were in the 30s and 40s. Rang my from 27 degrees at Amarillo to 58 of Brownsville of five children. He died in 195u Coleman her parents or and she married Nome Eugene Comanche. 13 grandchildren and 2g mrs a. Clark of Snyder a Wilkins in 1962 15 great o was a member of the Bumble e. Wright Church of Chris survivors include her husband two sons. Olva Earl Ryan of Abilene and Rob it Dan ie5 Rvan Accident two hours earner six Miles North of brads on brother a e Clarkjr. Of Earth and two Sisters. Mrs Dale Fisher of Del Rio and mrs Joe Pruitt of pase Brady a funeral services of Barnier Edward Wright. 13-year-Oid Lohn High school senior who was killed Friday in a it it Garrett Ron insurance or of Levelland three traffic Accident North of Brady 317 Brown 645-9499 tem. Mrs Martin Smth of fort wort i mrs l v Johnson of Blan net. And mrs 55 c. Delhi of Goldthwaite two Brothers James Jones of rising Sar and Lawrence Jones of Gardena calif., and 18 grandchildren. Were held sunday at 3 in Wilkerson funeral menu with burial in Marion cemetery at Waldrip. Young Wright died at 9.30 p in. In Brady Hospital of injuries suffered in the one car he was born nov. 25. 1947. R Brady and hid lived at Lohn All of his life. Survivors include his parents. Or. And mrs Clarence Lohn of Lohn two Brothers. Curtis w right of Brackettville and Victor Lohn of Lohn. And a sister. Lyla Louise Lohn of Lohn. Young Wrights Bridler Curtis Wright. 24, was Aiso injured when the Auto overturned and is listed in Good condition in the Quot Hospital. My dependent children $150 Moilon More annually Tor food shelter and clothing and $75 million for Public Aid to ice state mental and tuberculosis institutions. Capital quoins by the associated press vice president Reunert h. Humphrey a i would rather have five minutes sitting at the table of the president of the United states than make five speeches on til pubic platform. Surely a vice president ought to a Quot an be Only one president a John Chancellor director of the voice of America on Many Levels and in 37 language we Are talking about cd is Troas and talking about peace a Trio sought after robbery area Law enforcement officers have been alerted to watch for three White men who robbed a Stephenville Safeway Shore at 6 10 . Friday with a double barrelled Shotgun. The Shotgun used in the armed robbery was recovered by Stephenville police a bout 9 21 . Saturday in step leu Villa. Descriptions of the three men were Given As enc being six feet three inches tall Mack hair remember that there weighing 185 pounds the second Man was listed As six feet on Inch Black heir and weighing about 185 pounds the third Man who according to witnesses stayed in the car War. Described Only As a White Man with Blond hair. Return to its pre ferocity. The air seen As evidence Johnson was waiting fur some peace sign from Han d . Officials raid the state department had instructed the military command to extend the truce As Long As loss Nice. But even As the instructions arrived the Vici Cong had already broken the cease fire with a rash of incidents. U. S. Spokesmen said american Headquarters sent out orders to All units at 4 . Sunday to resume norma1 operations. Thereby scaling the end of the truce. Viet Cong attacks during the truce killed at least a dozen americans and up to 56 South vietnamese troops ii s spokesmen said. Many other., were wounded. During the �?~>9 hour Allied truce period which ended it Midnight saturday Facic were 84 incidents instigated by the communists Ais spokesman said this included 0 violations in the first six hours of the truce. There was at least one violation. An artillery Gnu of the 1st cavalry airmobile division continued firing for four hours after the Start of the truce Friday night a a we simply did not get any official word from d i v i s i o n Headquarters a the unit commander said i had a pleasant reunion with Cardinal Spellman who is Here for his annual Christmas visit with the troops. He s played All the trouble spots Kors a Guantanamo. Inc War d s fair. Or fact the Cardinal and eve played a lot of Hie same places. After i do my act. Hot a follows an1 give tile troops absolution. Tomorrow1 we do our show aboard a Carrier in the South China sea. And i m ready. I come from a Long line of seafarers. My first Cousin on my wife s Side is technical advisor on a or. Roberts a Bob Hope copyright 1365. Me nought llitftll1llliltlifilliltllhihiiiiiiiithltll ill in it news of area men in service Lff fire damages Auto in City an Auto fire Christmas eve Tucson Ariz first la Dale g. Tyler whose wife Ocner is daughter of or. And mrs. Olin Nesmith of Zephyr has been graduated at Davis Monthan air Force base. Ariz., from the training course for us air Force f-4c phantom ii pilots. Lieutenant Tyler graduate of Charlotte Hall military Academy in Maryland and son of mrs. Mildred Tyler of Baltimore my. Was commissioned upon completion of officer training school at Lackland fab tex., and received his Bachelor of arts degree from Washington College Chestertown. My he is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. A boy in business for himself does no to worry about summer j pair killed Millsap Billies in shootings win in openers w Millsap and Fredericksburg fort Worth a two jobs or fall jobs or Winter jobs for that matter because the boy with a newspaper route a Junior Independent merchant has a Vear round income. The few hours he puts in each week not Only provide monetary returns but me even More significant dividends of earn my How tree Enterprise operates. The business of learning the value of Money of keeping books collecting by Vang at wholesale and Sene at retail is important. But not even Money can buy the othe skills acquired from route experience learning to Deal pleasantly with people for instance or the value of punctuality. Your Ness paperboy is earning Ai the time. His route experience helps him acquire the intangible skills so necessary for Success both socially and professionally he makes Money at it too. Only about one boy in ten gets the Opportunity to have a newspaper route if you think your son or some other youngster might profit by news paperboy route experience w by not suggest that he come in and talk to us. Men who had been at Odds for More than six months were shot to death sunday night in two separate locations in suburban Blue Mound victims of the shootings were Jeral James Rogers 33, of Blue Mound and Edward Floyd c of lev. 26, of fort Worth. Blue Mound police chief Thurman Ellison said comity apparently killed Rogers while the latter watched television with his wife and three children in his Home. Then Eidson said comity apparently took his own life after stopping his car on farm Road 156. About a mile from the Rogers Home. And scored impressive victories this morning As the 23rd annual How Ard Payne College Schoolboy basketball tournament got rolling in Brownwood coliseum. Millsap cupped Santo 7147 and Fredericksburg rolled Over Ballinger 70-61. Both were division i games. Tourney will continue today through finals wednesday night. Wichita Falls airman first class Wilber l Hamilton son of or. And mrs. William r. Hamilton of 401 e. Third St at 8 53 . On the parking lot Coleman has been graduated at behind Bowie theater sent fire Sheppard fab from the trainmen to the scene eng course for . Air Force according to firemen tile helicopter mechanics Blaze was caused by an Clee airman Hamilton who attend trial Short under the dash <1 Coleman High school is Becard firing upholstery and eng reassigned to an air train Paini burned in the 1938 sports ing command unit car owned by Douglas Hawkins. His wife is the former Nikki a grass fire Christmas Day d. Naylor granddaughter of or. At Greenleaf cemetery called and mrs Aine Blanton of 1006 the firemen out about 12 25 Pun. S. Pecos Coleman Sci Mac Etc Ordo service prescriptions gift items Renfro s Rex fax 20 Center Chi g i 5-2411 a i Quot to 1 tit Quot 1 a Ujj twi is Gage open 12 45 90 -65-25 Quot i a ranted Quot Quot i Vii rom ii it i of it a a do not agree that tim is the funniest motion picture i that you have men in the last 5 year. It our Money will be cheerfully refunded. Jim Tharp manager "featutesaf"lt00 3? 15573 0 7tx510t0 0what a hilarious affair a a Little Accident Quot can Lead to l ifs Mort than just Pillow talk. A a Junifer 0 x late on Coleman Hwy. 4452393 Box office opens at 6 00 show starts at 6 30 tonight thru wednesday wet Disney auge walks technicolor starts thursday he Ford Mie Stevens Maureen on Linon Jane Wyatt Henry Jones Lloyd Nola Brownwood bulletin on Brady Hwy Box office opens at 6 00 show starts at 4 30 tonight thru wednesday Walt Disney a Kost dram at so Botka a Tutu fat a a j o Vrh wait his s so do to my hear i Klop com a most it �., or kit a it starts thursday we qts new pussycat unto to or no re rfc4ncoter p l who s been sleeping in my bed Quot

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