Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1964 Page: 1 of 16
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AT THE TOP OF PRODUCTION
OF DIVERSIFIED CROPS
DAIRIES it CATTLE
Drive for $12,344
Total Collections for the Ste-
phenville United Fund were
$7902.88 last Saturday it was an-
nounced by Telefus (Bud) Cawyer
Drive Chairman. The goal is $12*’
344 Cawyer said.
Chairman Cawyer said f o r
..iOee firms...and individuals who
tave not been contacted to con-
act him or Mrs. George Brown
or the Chmber of Commerce of-
Mr. Cawyer also said that per-
sons who have been contacted by
a neighborhood worker and bars
not made their gifts to contact
Superintendent of Schools J. C
Helm Jr., brought in $856.30 from
school personnel which is a 30 pec
tent increase over test year.
Another group of contributors
Cawyer said, were the employee#
who have pledged a $1 a month
or given a fall dayh pay. Their
employers are also to bo coaoend-
ed the chairman said, for making
it possible for the employee tt
budget their gift* by the month.
Tim largest gifts this year if
$800 and many $800 and $108
gifts have been received. Cawyer
said this represents the donor's
total responsibility to all the com-
munity organisations supported
by the United Fund.
Cawyer said he was gratful to
all have given such splendid sup-
port to this United Effort to sup-
ply the humanitarian need* for
«rse WWI Veterans Slate w^Je_1
*£ Officer Elections G*n*r
Veteran# of World War I. bar- fund 71
racks 688 and Ladies Auxiliary 130.20;
•re. nominated and elected 1966 offi- 196.30;
rtae core Tuesday at 7:80 p.m. at the \ 881.74;
dor- VFW Hall. | $213.02;
drie The pnnnal Thanksgiving din-1 066.10;
•**- ner will be held Tuesday, Nov. 17,! $4 260.41
lent, and all members are asked to $1,065.11
and i bring a “basket of food” this year. $218.08.
Full Job for Fambro
SOUTH AMERICAN VISITORS — 6e*en South
American bankers had financial leaders wore in
StopheakiHe last weak studying farm, financing
agencies. The picture taken in the StephenvilW
Production Credit Office where they were brief-
ed ea the operating procedures. They also visited
local farms and ranches with Feral Little. Federal
lead Baak amnager. Pictared left to right are:
fltaaOa* W. M. Irwin, Mgr. StephenvUL PCA,
Gera Ido V. De Hello, Brasil; Cfarenco Hurt,
Technical Leader. Poeatelle, Idaho; Tito C. da
Matos, Brasil; Ivanadjo Beserra Do Araujo Gal-
vao. Brasil; Manuel Rodrigues, Argentina. Boat-
ed, R. T. Norwood, Asst Mgr. PCA, Miss Maria
A. Da Cunha. Brasil. Antonio D. Terras, Brasil;
Orlando Aquenda, translator wKh State Dept,
Washington. D. Cs and Arthemio Guitaanaos.
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Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1964, newspaper, November 13, 1964; Stephenville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1134883/m1/1/?rotate=270: accessed July 10, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.