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Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Brownwood, Texas Brownwood bulletin sunday july 28. 1968 deaths mrs. Edward p. Smith and w. D. Hobson 86 services for mrs Edward p. Smith 77, of 1607 first St. Will be today at 2 . In Wrights funeral Home with the Rev. L. P. Stansbury officiating. Burial will be in Eastlawn memorial Park. Mrs. Smith died Friday at 6 . In a local Hospital after a Long illness she was born oct. 8, 1800, of Johnson City and was a member of the first Christian Church. She married Edward p. Smith dec. I 1916, at Mullin and bad been a resident of Brownwood 26 years. Survivors include Ber husband of Brownwood two daughters. Mrs. Marilynn Griffin and mrs. Hester Elliott both of Brownwood a son. Harold Glenn Smith of Sweetwater two Sisters mrs. B. R. Coupland and mrs. Arthur Hubbard of Dallas one brother Eddie b. Stephenson of Brownwood and live grandchildren. E. Roy bid 78 funeral for of Roy Byrd 78, of 504 East Adams is pending. Or. Bvrd died at la . Saturday in a fort Worth Hospital. Jack Thompson 54 funeral for Elijah Barkley Mack Thompson 54, of 908 Belle Plain Avenue will be today at 2 . In Davis Morris funeral Home with burial in Greenleaf cemetery. Or. James Basden will officiate. Or. Thompson died Friday at about 9 45 . At medical arts Hospital following a Brief illness. Born March 31, 1914 in brow Wood. He was a plumber and had lived All of his life in Brownwood. Survivors include a son. Jackie Don Thompson of Dallas a daughter mrs. Junior Turner of Banger three Brothers Roy Thompson and Merl Thompson both of Brownwood and Louie Thompson of Ballinger one sister. Mrs t. S. Burroughs of Pasadena and several grandchildren. W. D. Bud Hobson 86, of Blanket died saturday in a Comanche Hospital following a lengthy illness. Time is pending for services scheduled at Blanket Church of Christ. Burial will be in Blanket cemetery under direction of Davis Morris funeral Home. Born dec. 16. 1881 in Pine Bluff ark., he was a retired Farmer. Survivors include his wife mrs Maude Hobson of Blanket two sons j. C. Hobson and a. R. Hobson both of Blanket six grandchildren 13 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Robert a. Huffstetler san Saba i big services for Robert a. Huffstetler 70. Of san Saba will be held at 2 30 . Today in Howell Doran funeral Home with the Rev. W. L. White officiating. Burial will be in Harmony Ridge cemetery. Or. Huffstetler died at 6 a m. Saturday in a Goldthwaite bos pita after an illness of several years. Born in 1898 in san Saba he was a retired Stock Farmer. He married Muriel Oliver get. 26. 1924 in san Saba and he was a methodist. Survivors include his wife one son. Jan of san Saba two Sisters mrs. Nora Sanders of Wheaton. Mo., and mrs. Fannie Mills of san Angelo. Mrs. Nettie Tucker City has single Auto Accident despite heavy traffic in the downtown arca saturday Only one Accident was reported in the City and the Mishop occurred on ninth St. And ave. E. There were no injuries. Reported to Brownwood police at 3 30 ., a two car collision involved a car driven by Max t. Donnell or. Of 2805 first St. And a 1962 car driven by Guy Odis Chambers of it. 3, Brady. Santa Anna a mrs. Nettie Tucker. 69, of Santa Anna died thursday morning in a Santa Anna Hospital after a Short illness. Services for mrs. Tucker will be held at 3 . Today in True Vinc Baptist Church in Coleman with the Rev. E. A Simmons of Abilene officiating. Burial will be in Coleman cemetery. Mrs Tucker was born oct. 31, 1899 in Madisonville. Survivors include four daughters mrs. Rowena Bordun of Santa Anna mrs. Florence Williams of Dallas mrs. Bernice Mccloud of Alm Gordo mrs. Carlie Mac Buey of san Francisco Calif. Three Brothers. S. B. Brown and Ulysses Brown both of Madisonville. And Millard Brown of Houston three Sisters mrs. Ver die Washington of Houston mrs. Rosetta hos son and mrs. Christine horseman both of san Antonio 12 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funerals Truman Belcher 56 Abilene funeral for Truman Belcher 56, of Abilene was held at 2 30 . Saturday in Elliott s funeral Home with or Kenneth Bradshaw pastor of Calvary Baptist of Abilene officiating. Graveside masonic rites were conducted at Elmwood memorial Park. Or. Belcher died at 9 25 a in. Friday at his Home after an illness of one year. Born aug. 21, 1911, in Erath county he married Janice Bitt at Mcgregor in 1932. He owned and operated the City bus lines in Victoria for 19 years before moving to Abilene in 1957. He was employed by great National life insurance co. For eight years prior to his death. Survivors include his wife of the Home three sons Walter of Houston Tommy of Dallas and Jack of the u s. Marine corps in Mcalister okla. Three Brothers Gilmer of Abilene. Ravner of Brownwood and Weldon of Tolar one sister mrs Eola Hurley Rose of Stephenville five grandchildren. Mrs. Sallie Hill 92 Goldthwaite it arc a services for mrs. Sallie Hill 92, of Goldthwaite will be held today at 2 . In the first Baptist Church Here with the Rev. Dale Gore officiating. Burial will be in Center cemetery near Lampasas under direction of Wilkins funeral Home. Mrs. Hill died saturday at 2 a m. In a Goldthwaite Hospital. Born april 12. 1876. In miss married Robert e. Hill june 28. Waite from Lometa in 1951. She married Robert e. Hill Une 28, 1903. Mrs. Hill was a member of the first Baptist Church. She is survived by a daughter mrs Myra d. Holland of Goldthwaite. Grand rapids has scattered violence last minute ing up routines routines polish they May be called upon to demonstrate at Pep squad and Drill team school at Southern methodist University in Dallas this week Are Brownwood High school Drill team members. The group left this morning. From left to right they Are Peg 88? a by Renfroe Mary Beth suey Margie Morelock Paula Norris and Paula Harper. Not pictured Are Cathy Cunningham Donna Gardner Vicki Cox and Jackie Simmons. Mrs. Howard Andrewsjr. Is director. Bulletin staff photo n Camps free hearing test Given in our office. Comr in this work for a hearing checkup we give hearing tests in our office it a in your Home at your convenience. Find out if you have a hearing problem and let or. We Ortley help you return of the wonderful world of sound. Brownwood Maico hearing Aid Center 109 e. Anderson pm. 645-4184 Allen is guest at Jaycee meet Rex Allen television and recording Star was guest for the noon luncheon of the Brownwood Jaycees Friday. I also among the guests were a number of former Jaycees i and the Brownwood Jaycee ettes. Performing for the luncheon were Mary Jane Clark and Jennie Holaman of the Brown county 4-h s h Are the fun group. David Hall is named to Osu Dean s list Stillwater David Hall of Brownwood engineering senior at Oklahoma state University this past semester is among 2.446 named to the Dean s Honor Roll for the Spring term. The Honor goes to Osu students making at least a 3.0 Grade average <4.0 is perfect while carrying 12 credit hours or More with no Grade lower than c. Matching Muscles rally continued from Page i killed in wreck Odessa Tex. A Robert Miller 40, identified by police As a Midland resident was killed Early saturday when his car overturned several times and rolled on him. By Walter r. Mears Miami Beach Fla. A amid the Din of Hammer and saw in an unfinished convention Hall champions of Richard m. Nixon and Nelson a. Rockefeller traded claims saturday about presidential nominating strength. And Republican National chairman Ray c. Bliss toured the noisy Hall where on aug. 5 the Gap National convention will open to write a platform and choose a nominee for the White House. Bliss checked seats on the convention floor stood with Florida gov. Claude r. Kirk at the unfinished Rostrum chatted with workmen. The seats still Are going in the platforms still being erected at the Miami Beach convention Hall. Nixon s convention floor manager rep. Rogers c. B. Morton of Maryland stood beside a pile of lumber and forecast Victory for his Man on the first convention ballot. He said Nixon a detente strength already is Well beyond the 667 delegates it will take to name a presidential nominee. A a we re somewhere in tile neighbourhood of to per cent of All the delegates a Morton said a i think Well win on the first but Kirk who supports Rockefeller for the nomination disputed that assessment. A i think they Are Short of the Mark and falling he claimed that Nixon is virtually out of the running despite the former vice presidents hefty Lead in Delegate strength a and that Rockefeller and California gov. Ronald Reagan Are the men to watch. The first order of convention business is monday s opening of hearings on a Republican platform. A spokesman said Nixon did not plan a personal appearance at the platform sessions but would submit a series of four papers outlining his views on Campaign issues including Vietnam policy. He has been silent on that topic for months. Nor is Rockefeller now scheduled to appear. Pennsylvania gov. Raymond p. Shafer is expected to speak for him on platform matters. Reagan who disclaims Active candidacy but has been talking with convention delegations is to appear before the platform committee wednesday one potentially troublesome Issue loomed for the convention credentials committee which May face seating challenges from civil rights groups claiming that negroes Are not adequately represented on some Southern delegations. The general convention other schools receiving less and some More three officials said their were vigorous and said this was Tho the blackfeet indians so called because of the of their moccasins. Were color from with even All colleges growing. Or. Moore background the commission employed or. William r. Carden jr., formerly a Stetson University at Deland. Fla., staff member to study the financial Structure of Texas Baptist schools. A Bill Don t hold Back a Moore said Carden was told. Moore said the resulting recommendations were a a brainstorming a a term meaning looking into All possibilities. Moore said the recommendations report a was just one Man s idea. That you accept a report does t mean it is approved at All a said Moore. Only two actions were liken concerning the report said Moore president of Victoria College. I a committee of 12 was appoint to study the recommendations. 2. Baylor University and Mary Hardin Baylor College were asked to study the possibility of operating under one Board of trustees a that if either did t like that idea that was the end of Moore declined to state what the recommendations were College by College. He said the commission members had agreed not to discuss these recommendations and that he Felt bound by the agreement. Grand rapids. Mich. Apr scattered Rock throwing continued saturday in a predominantly negro Section of Southeastern grand rapids where eight White persons Weir dragged from cars and beaten Friday night in what police said were assaults by negroes on passing motorists. Several persons were arrested and charged in connection with the disturbances. Police of. James Hendricks said however the situation had not been serious since 7 a in and dec Bend saturday incidents As minor and scattered. he said a things Are pretty quiet at the same time. Hendricks said authorities were hoping a forecast of rain would pan out Brownwood cheerleaders take honors seven Brownwood High school cheerleaders returned Friday night with a number of awards from cheerleader Camp at East Texas state University at Commerce. The seven including Eddie fair Trudy Mccollum Marsha Glass Bryan Mccollum Kathy Kirkland. Bobby Hammond and Marian Harriss spent five Days at tile Camp. According to fair the group captured two first place awards three third plate and two spirit i Sticks. He said the stick is considered on of the top honors and Brownwood was one of five schools awarded the stick for use. Next football season. One Hundred and eighty eight students came from Texas Arkansas and Oklahoma High schools and Junior High schools. Fair said out of the 188 attending. 185 were girls and three High school boys were the Only masculine cheerleaders participating. Yells chants tumbling and other routines were perfected by the cheerleaders attending the five Day school. And Dampen tempers he described the late end a and Early saturday assaults spontaneous with attacks be carried out by groups f negroes ranging from five v f or 40. He added that police h j no idea what might have to g gered them. Two of the most seriously injured were army it. Col Ca l Johnson recently returned for n Vietnam and his wife Natal both of whom required Surger Edsel Johnson the Colone s brother said he and his wife Esther the colonel and the i i ter s wife had just turned off n expressway into the disturb. E area when 20 to 30 Perse t stepped into the Street and a. De his car. A i should have run them Over a he bitterly told a reporter saturday. his wife added a the stopped so none of them to. Get mrs. Edsel Johnson said t men swarmed around their car breaking windows and the beating the passengers with rocks and Sticks with women later stepping Forward to Rob them of wallets purses and be dry. She said the Johnsons had idea a disturbance was in i Gress when they turned into t a area. The Johnsons finally were rescued by police and All taken to a Hospital. The Edsel Johnsons were Able to leave after treatment. Col. Johnson suffered severe lacerations his wife a smashed nose. Police chief William Johnson said Mary Lee Taylor 26, of grand rapids was hit by a Shotgun Pellet in the upper left Arm As police fired to thwart the attempted firebombing of a second lumberyard. Previously the lumberyard of the Niagara lumber co. Had Beer torched and destroyed. Miss Taylor was among to negro adults and two juvenile arrested. Miss Taylor charged with attempted arson stood mute when arraigned saturday. Her Bond was set at $15,000 and examination scheduled for aug. 13. Teachers hired Blanket bbl two teachers have been hired at Blanket High school for the coming school year which begins on aug. 26. Buddy Dane of Commerce has been hired to serve As vocational agriculture teacher and mrs. Jim Newbury has been hired As an English teacher. Hearing Aid begone643 4 4966 Early hearing service 302 Grandview j Panasonic a Matsushita Etc to z worlds smallest table radio that sounds Eull size / Mode r-8 now in 6 decorator colors White Black Pink Blue beige Emerald Green. Secret compartment beneath the hinged lid Ideal for jewelry clips pins anything you want Handy but out of sight. Brilliant achievement in miniaturization. Looks like a tiny minis lure. Sounds like a full sized table radio even when you listen to it it you will hardly be Able to believe that such big. Marvelous sound comes from this tiny miniature. One of the most exciting most wanted most appreciated radios Ever powered by 3 economic. A perlite batteries. 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