Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 186, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 21, 1961 Page: 1 of 8
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St. Paul Church
Members of St Paul Meth.xiio
inurch have scheduled ; full n.n
of activity tfKiay with th«- lavinu >.<
'h®,cornerstone to their new t huu h
buUding, a Quarterly C'oiuerence
and a basket lunch at noon follow•
Ing the regular schedule ut ser-
The cornerstone will he laid !o
the new building in the I. mi the
south wall at the main entrance at
3 p. m.
The Quarterly Conference* will
be held immediately follow inn the
basket lunch which u ill he spread
by members following the morning
worship services. Kev. A A, Pea-
cock. District Superintendent of
the Cisco District, will preach at
the morning worship and preside
over the Quarterly Conference.
Rev. Ed Atwell, executive sec-
retary of Town and County Com-
mission of the Central Texas Con-
ference of th Meth .'ist Ch'ircn
and a former school mate o'i Rev.
Hitt will be speaker at the 7 30
Church School and morning wor-
ship services will be held at their
usual times, : 45 and 10 50 respec-
Aii of the contractor's work on the
new building is finished. There is
still some insidp finishing to be
done on the altar and chanc
rails and the pulpit desks. The
church furniture will be moved in
sometime about June 1st.
The formal opening of the build-
ing will he either latr in .lune or
early in July. Rev. Hitt said. The
building was accepted by the build-
ing committtee at a meeting Fri- j
day night, and Rev. Ilitt reported
that all of the bonds had been sold.
Thc work of converting the old 1
sanctuary into educational faci- Mrs. Mary Gilland, an employe
lities has already begun. It is ex- °f 'he Y. M. C. A. for the past 17
pected that this work will be com- years, retired Monday, May 15.
, pleted by the end of the summer. ' certainly have enjoyed my as-
Rev. Hitt and members of the sociation with the peopl'c who have
church to attend these Sunday ser- been in the Y. M. C. A. program,
church invite all 'friends of the anfl 1 wouldn't take anything for
vices and share with them this irn- a,J of 'he friends I have made
portant day in the church life. ov'<-r the years." Mrs. Gilland said
She began work at the Y in 1944
when Allen Hall was its secre-
tary. During the past 17 years,
she has met and served many peo-
ple. Mrs. Gilland always had a
NEA Newsphoto Service
BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN-SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1961
PRICe DAILY S CENTS
SUNDAY 10 CENTS
RETIRES AFTER 17 YEARS—Mrs. Marv Gilland is shown above
displaying a Y. M. C. A. pennant with the organization's Symbol. She
has retired after 17 years work at the "Y" and will take a summer
vacation m California.
- Seventeen Years
Work At Y.MC.A.
Castro Will Send
Committee to U.S.
HAVANA W — Prime Minister
Fidel Castro says a comittee of pri- j
soners captured in the recent inva-'
sion of Cuba will be sent to the
United States today to arrange for
the ransom of their companions.
Speaking on TV from Havana. Cas-
tro said the 1.200 men captured in
April would be offered in exchange
for 500 bulldozers.
The bearded Cuban leader said
he had reports the U. S? is consi-
dering dealing through the Red
Cross but commented this is not
neressary. He declared. "We don't
need intermediaries. Mr. Kennedy
now has the floor."
Military Rule In j
Korea Is Complete
SEOUL — The President of
South Korea has withdrawn his
one - d > - old resignation to give
the new military regime constitu-
tional status The R3-year-old Yun
Po-Sun said he has bowed to pleas
of rebel general* to avoid what he
called "International Re( ercus- j
sions " Foreign diplomat* are ar- '
credited to the President.
Earlier, in Seoul one of the lea-
ders of Tuesday's military upris-
ing. Lieutenant General Chang do-
Young. named himself premier and
defense minister. The 38 - year - old
General Chang picked a 15-man ca-
binet. all military men.
burial will be in the Breckenridge
He is survived by his wife of
Wichita Falls: thre sons, Ray H.
o fthe U. S. Army, Joe C. of Rosen-
burg. and Curtis Lee of Wichita
Falls; six daughters, Mrs. Roy
Adams of Cisco, Mrs. Gladys Ro-
1 bertson of Carrollton. Mrs. Allen
Shaddy of Wichita Falls. Mrs. J.
B. Shoemake, Mrs. O. L. Shoe-
I make and Mrs. A. G. Wooten, all
1 ifi Alvin; one brother. J. J. Sum-
ners of Lubbock; 17 grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Algeria Talks On
! Peace Are Opened
The long-awaited peace talks
between the French government
and Algerian Rebels opened at
Evian - Les - Bains, France, Sat-
urday. President De Gaulle order-
ed his forces in Algeria to cease
all o'ffensive operations. The first
session opened with the French
Somn Hnich , I minister for Algerian affairs, Louis
Ponds werly™^t h : ed one hour and 40 minutes with
Roy Richie place sixmiles south of Tuesdaf* l° 0"
Breckenridge, on the Jack Fam-1 n
bro ranch about five miles south- _
east of Breckenridge. on the Les- qggp R||sk retlims
Dies: Last Rites
Here At 2 P.M.
Anther Lee Sumners. 78, a for-
mer Breckenridge resident, died
at 4:50 p m Friday at his home
at 715 Powell Lane in Wichita
Falls following a lengthy illness. !
He had been seriously ill since
Born September 1. 1882. in Pul-
aski, Tennessee, he was married
to the former Willie P. Alexander
of Dublin in 1921.
They came to Breckenridge 'from i
Eastland County in 1921, and he \
owned and operated a blacksmith j
shop on North Front, Street.
In 1952 they moved to Wichita '
Falls where he worked for the Wi-j
chita Falls and Southern Railroad A list of B0 names, 22 of them
until he retired in 1954. j women, has been drawn, those
Funeral services will be held at named to report for jury service
2 p. m. Sunday in the Melton Fun- i Wednesday morning. May 24, in
eral Home Chapel. Harold P. Bruce district court.
of Wichita Falls will officiate, and I The case to be
ARMED FORCES DAY HERE
OBSERVED WITH PROGRAM
Sixty Called To
Report For Jury
Ponds And Brush
Control Are Main
Most of the churches in the Low-
er Clear Fork Soil Conservation
District observed Soil Stewardship
week between May 7 and 14th.
Most of the ministers preached at
least one sermon on soil steward-
ship and special bulletins were fur-
nished toe churches by the local I
sqil conservation district.
cheery welcome to all irom tfie' m f
youngest child who has taken ; SL° ^,reckeni: i FrOm GeneVO
swimming lessons to the adults in &lm B"H ranch I pwivva m c
the luncheon clubs. She has been1 ! . ~ Secretary
■e mncneon ciuns. sne has been I j . i B1r,— i; ~ ""'""'J1 of
a friend and ready to serve in any T^e Richey pond was construct-, *>tate Dean Rusk has left Geneva
way she could I ed under ACP program and by plane Tor Washington, leaving
Mrs. Gilland' will be missed not! ofher?, under the Great plains ambassador . at . large Averell
ntv bv those participating in re- £onsfnation program. Jack Fam- Harriman to head the U. S. dele-
gul'ar Y activities, but bv the Bovs i bro ta, *rubb">? several acres of Ration at the East - West confer-
Choir and Teen Canteen members m,e®c"J"1e on his ranch southeast cnce on Laos. Months of hagling
Born in Weatherford. she movr.l w tge Jarn''ro Is «rubb" are «Pceted before an agreement
to Wavland when she was six ' hc l""ush under the ACP a"d can J* reached to assure the little
years old. j Great ^Plains program. southeast Asjan country's indepen-
She is going to spend the sum-
o e .s nomg 10 spenci me sum-1 „ JUP stcw«;t completed dence and Neutrality,
mer in California with her oldest! ^ve|a acres of mesquite
'on. Richard,B. Gilland. Upon her : "".,£'s. ?'acre "h0"1 f'«ce"
return she will be "a lady of lei- ! J?'1!es "0,.'heast of. Breckenridge.
Others doing mesquite grubbing in-
tried was not
specified, but the settings are un-
derstood to be civil cases.
Those called for jury service are
Grady Slaughter. H. D. St. John,
Mrs. R. W. Stone, Mrs. James E.
Swain. B. M. Brown. C. M. Wright
Mrs. Claude A. Kennedy, Mrs. G.
R. Harris, Tom Sullivan. Ned
Mabrey, Richard Creager, David
Masner. Mrs. A. E. Davis, Carl L
Couch, C. M. Knox, Allan Tidwell.
Burl K. Williams, Mrs. J. F Er'.l-
leman, Mrs. C. G. McMillan. Mrs.
A. E. Rowe.
Benny Callaway, C. G. King,
Vera Stewart. Mrs. P. A. Sheets,
Mrs. W. W. Rogers, S. E. Carter.
Jr., J. L. McClymond, Jr., Paul
Wagley, Mrs. Odessa Mitchell. Al-
bert H. Speer. C. H. Midgley, Car-
los A. Heflin, Mrs. J. C. Bradford
Mrs. Kenneth LeVier, Mrs. J. A
Hood, Jr., Mrs. H. F. Callaway
Mrs. Joe A. Dickie, Jack Fambro,
H. A. Pockrus, Mrs. R. B. Cotton.
Frank Shaw, Keith E. McDonald,
Mrs. Irven Gray. Mrs. A. O. Tem-
pleton, G. R. Lahgford, Mrs. Scott
McCall. G. J. McNallen, W. B.
Boyd, Leo J. Appleby, Virgil Riley,
R. B. Wymer, FrecMie Young, L.
C. Burke. Mrs. Bonnie Turner. J.
C. O'Neal, M. C. Ridley, Mrs. A.
M. Newberry, W. J. Lawrence.
Nike Olivares. Sr., W. A. Thomas.
Menard Co. Jail
ODESSA Of) — A man who escap-
ed from the Menard County jail
at Menard, in West Texas, has
been recaptured in Odessa. He is
st"He 's^rss' J&, z r - ** -
Mixed With Show
Of Armed Forces
TROPHY FOR SWEETHEART—Sgt. Otto Hall, far r.<jht, pre-ients
the trophy to Miss Jane Williford, center, sweetheart of the local
National Guard Battery, Saturday morning as local observances of
Armed Forces Day got under way. Miss Janice Elliott, runner-up, is
shown at the left of Miss Williford. Others pictured are Freeland
Morgan, left, and Ted Kime, second from left, who were escorts
for the girb. Miss Linda Patterson, another runner-up in the recent
contest, is not pictured.
May 9th by sawing two bars off
his jail cell. Oficers picked him
up yesterday in south Odessa with-
LOCAL LIONS WtKMfi PLANS
FO* BIG DISTRICT MEETING
Program for the Breckenridge housing Eugene Thompson and
Lions Club Friday noon was pre- Scott McCall; transportation Dou-
paratirm for the District Conven- glas Anderson; pre-conventioii par-
ty, Tom Ward; publicity Frank
*«..c tending to her heautuul gar- i r n ~ ~ ~L ~ *:*
den and her housekeeping duties J ah' ' ' ™"c5:
at her home at 1(KK) North Live
Mrs Marvin Herring has been
employed to tak«* Mrs. Gilland's
place at the Y. M. C. A.
Leonard Mem Is
Victim Of Crash
GREENVILLE A 63-year-old
northeast Texas man. Sam O. Mul-
linnix of I .eon a .'. 21) miles north-
west of Greenville, died Friday
when his pickup truck smashed in-
to a bridge abutment and burned a
mile north of Greenville on l/.S.
es about sixteen miles northeast of
, Breckenridge; Brice Langford who
I farms arid ranches in the Neces-
sity community; C. A. Gantt of
; the Caddo community, and Joe Ro- major pest attacking pecans in
| gers who ranches in the Caddo Stephens County. Casebearers can
I community. All the above was be controlled if insecticides are
done under the ACP program.
Seen or Heard
by C. M. H.
Breckenridge observed Armed
Forces Day in a fine wav yester
T „ , .. .... . i after they tried to no avail to
J aYZIr "J® ,r"l'.k coax him into laying down his shot-
spread flames rapidly. Miillinnix s* gun
body was so badly bt.rm.1 that sev- A sho, thr„ugh one window of the
rintn an uS re-c|niret! to com-, residence and the throwing of pots
plete an identification check. and pans through the other win-
dows alarmed the neighbors They
Officers found the house locked
and Stalnback refused to come out.
Fire department pumps cleared
the house and police found Stain-
applied in the proper manner and
at the correct time. Now. during
the week of May 22-27 in the cor-
rect time to spray for casebearer
control in Breckenridge and Ste-
| Insecticides must he applied at
BEAUMONT Uf* —Police found about the time the eggs are hatch-
the body of a 35-year-old sound 'nK or before the young worms
equipment engineer, Charles B. hav« entered the nuts. Proper cov-
Stainbaclc in the tear gas-'iilled erage is essential in order to depos-
bedroom of his fashionable home i R an insecticidal residue on nut
cluster and on the stem a few in-
Eugene Thompson, general chair
man, Announced seventeen chair-
men of committees and set forth
what their duties will be.
Gwest of the club was Diratict
Governor D. L. Ligon, Wichita
Falls, president of Midwestern
University, who concluded the pro-
gram by stating that Breckenridge
has One plans made.
It was said it is not known how
_T o P,,„ ,, the p«„„ C,„. i To'Z £IUS
uur powfcr, S^Pounds of 25 per nf the convention will be good
HOW TO RIO PECAN GROVES OF
CASEBEARER PESTS RELATED
Mr. and Mrs T G. Christian,
12(19 West 5th Street, are the par-
day —now what is needed n to get ents of a baby girl born at 4-15 p.
the National Guard unit ur> to re-, m Thursday. May 18, in Stephens ! batflt slumped on7h^b^room"n< r
quired *>trenjth . . . Eight men Memorial Hospital. with his hands on the shotgun. A
are needed to brin^ the nuard upj At birth, the iiaby weighed 7 single rharge had struck him in
to snuff, Lt. Fred Cross informed. | pounds. 9 ounces.
. . . The High School band was
fine—hope they did rvM aet chig-
gers in the court house grass.
First man met coming down
town Saturday morning was Nr.i
Mabery and he hailed us with
"say, wanna buy a quart of rhig-
gers" . Those notified to report
for jury service Monday, and not
otherwise informed, are to report i reminds
County Food Grain Producers Told
Of Requirements Of ASC Program
Wednesday Instead . . . Francis grain producers that Monday. May
A. Flynn. who will conduct tne 22. i.s 'he final date to file a CSS-
clasaes in the "Dynamics of Spell-1532. f .ed grain acreage report,
ing." that opens Monday at 7.15 Anyone who had corn or grain
p.m. in North Ward. Is a highly sorghums planted in 1959 or 1960
recommendea specialist. jcoiiM. be eligible to participate in
the program. Anyone interested in
The clean-up campaign has end- ihe program should file this report
ed in Breckenridge and the city!by May 22.
reports 45 extra load* of trash Shortly after this information Is
were hauled during the drive . . . filed, a notice which will inform
Plans are proceeding to open the of both the rate per acre to be re-
swimming pool May 30—Bob Rog- celved 'ior diverting part or pos-
ers will be the manager . . . sibly all eligible acreage, and the
Camp Billf Gibbons will open June minimum acreage eligible to be dl-
S, and a number of Breckenridge, verted.
Boy Scouts have already earned the final date to file a CSS-477,
money to pay their own way . . - Intention to Participate, is Wednes-
No fire runs, no arre*t u > to noon day. May 31. However, before any-
Saturday, report said . • • And, see 1 one can sign this form the office
Jesse G. Meredith, office man-[must divert at least 20 per cent of
ager of the Stephens County ASC, base acres <1959 and 1960 average)
•*- Stephens County feed, of com and grain sorghums (feed
you again Tuesday.
Thought For The Moment: Every
one is •• Ood made him, am* often
a great deal worn,—CervantM.
must have the Form 532, feed
grain acreagc report for that farm
on file In the ASC office, and Hied
not later than May 23.
grains-. This diverted acreagc
should be lar.f on which no crop
is harvested this year except in a
few cases where double cropping
has been recorded as the usual
practice. There will be no grazing
on the diverted acreage from May
31, through December 31. Crops to
be harvested next spring and
summer may b« aeeded on the di-
verted acreage this fall. If anyone
has an interest in more t'han one
farm the base must not be ex-
ceeded on any farm or he will be
While the program is voluntary,
to be eligible for price support on
oata or grain sorghums, a produc-
er must participate in this pro-
Feed grain producers who are in-
terested but have not filed an in-
tention to partletpate form are
t later than May 22. urged to get in touch with th>
to order to participate grower a County AK Office.
ches below the cluster. Good equip-
ment is essential to force a suffi-
cient volume of spray through the
-oliage, directly on the twigs and
nut clusters in all areas of the
Ordinarily, only one application
of spray is required to control tne
casebearer. If heavy rains occur
may result from another applica-
The following insecticides mixed
with 100 gallons of water are re-
Composer Dies As
Encore Is Taken
CHICAGO if1 — Eighty - two -
year - old Composer Vaudevillian
Joe Howard collapsed and died
Friday night while taking a curtain
call at a benefit performance in
Chicago's civic opera house. Ho-
ward had written more than 500
songs during a show business car-
eer that spanned 60 years. Among
his hits were "t Wonder Who's
Kissing Her Now." "Hello My
Baby," and "Remember Pearl
TiZStt S oea^0n meal's^at^the kwest
Tr rnphcitf w>wder .Ylii'K6 Prices are 40 range from $.25 to $2.
concertrates^av lisn h ia At ,h's convention Tom Ward will
,be: used be a candidate to succeed Dr. Ligon
treatedJtth nrvr n in,gn?,ves as district governor. *
Srts te era^Tn ,, l'"? Committee chairmen wer- nam-
with malathion until ? n Pf1 as ioIIoWs finance. Jim Itomin-
apphcStlw^Dairy anlmals are not geF; Ration, C—I Mager*
to (rate groves treated with toxa-
phene e*® beef cattle should be
removed for three days.
.All itctic'iles are poisons.
Caufftm Should be used in handling
these Insecticides. Be sure to fol-
low the directions on the manu-
Further information may be ob-
tained at the County Agent's office
There were no admissions at Ste-
phens Memorial Hospital up to
noon Saturday, and three patients
Those dismissed were Mrs. T. G.
Christian and baby, Mrs .H. H.
Satterwhite and Mrs. Gary Sand
Brought By Jury
The Stephens county grand jury
u!„ ses,'on Friday returned two
bills of indictment, one for for-
gery and the other for assualt with
intent to murder.
Lawrence Collins, Tormerly of
Breckenridge, was charged with
assault with Intent to murder in
connection with the knifing of
Bobby Durham of Breckenridge.
Both are Negroes.
The forgery case was not made
public by the sherif's department
•Vhen you flnanc, your car at'the
Firet National Bank you may place
feMMMO wHU the atonf *
104 N. Court ftiono HI M4M
Partly cloudy through Sunday.
Pew widely tcattared thunder-
showers mainly north. Little
change in temperatures. Low
predicted Sunday night 62-72,
high Sunday 84-90. Low Friday
night S3, high Frfday 81. Wind
southerly 10 to 20 miles per
In Europe Has
A letter has been received from
John D. Holm, Col., CE Com-
mandant of U. S. Amiy Engineer-
Ordnance School, Europe, by Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Martin of Breck-
enridge. The I ,ier commends
their son, Robert, and reads as
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Martin:
I am pleased to inform you that
your son. Chief Warrant Officer
Robert J. Martin, gri.luated as a
Superior Student from the recent
Special Field Maintenance M60
Tank Turret Course conducted at
the U. S. Army Engineer-Ordnance
School, Europe. The Superior Stu-
dents are those whose grades are
91 per cent or better.
Achieving a Superior rating in
this course is a noteworthy ac-
complishment attained by only a
small percantage of the students.
The instruction is necessarily rap-
id and cor.lensed in order to make
the most of the short time avail-
able for special schooling. There-
fore, those students who make
Superior grades deserve particular
recognition for their ability and
You can be justly proud of the
fine record attained by your son
during his stay at the School. It
has been a privilege to have had
him under my command.
Homme and Bob IVicCathren.
Properties, Norman Brewer;
church worship, Rev. Edgar Jones
decorations, Norman Knox; break-
fast Sunday morning. Claude Peel-
er; business sessions, Paul Wil-
liams agd Blake Johnson; model
luncheon - to be staged by the Abi-
lene Club — Howard Swanson;
governor's banquet, Jack Eden;
bulletins and printing Homer
Howk; 40th anniversary dinner, D.
Tailtwister for the meeting will
be Bernice Trammell and song lea-
der will be Bob McCathren.
An invitation will be extended
to all local charter members, now
Hving elsewhere, to attend. Ladies
will attend the banquets and there
will be entertainment for the visit-
Lady Hot Checker
Needed One More
GALVESTON Ijfl — A woman
wanted at Galveston for more
than a year on hot check charges
walked into the sherfts* office to
have bonds approved for two other
hot check chai-ges in Houston.
• She was recognized and prompt-
ly arrested by Clerk Elizabeth No-
vell! wVle awaiting to make bond
on the rfouston charges.
The woman invited Mrs. Novelli
and Deputy Eddie Burke to go to
lunch with her. She adtfed, "We
will have to go somewhere I can
cash a check."
By CHARLIE HALL
A combination holiday and war-
time atmosphere prevaded down-
town Breckenridge Saturday morn-
ing as peacetime Armed Forces
Day was observed here on the lar-
gest scale' ever.
Sponsored by the Military Af-
fairs committee of the Chamber of
Commerce, Rev. Jerry Walker,
chairman, and entered into by the
local National Guard unit under
command of Lt. Fred Cross a
5 man force Vrom Ft. SIU, under
command of Lt Arthur J. Phelan.
and a fly over by B-58 planes from
Dallas, the military atmosphere
was made realistic.
The holiday atmosphere was in-
augurated when .with Walker
street, bedecked with flags flown
by business houses, the Brecken-
ridge , High School band under
direction of Warren Thaxton, play-
ed in front of the court house as
the crowd of the day gathered; and
Miss Jane Williford was ofiicfally
crowned Sweetheart of the Breck-
enridge National Guard unit
The 48-member National Guard
unit was represented with men.
and both heavy and light equip-
ment. Ten pieces of heavy equip-
ment of the guard and from Ft.
Sill were roped off along the side
walk in front of the courthouse for
public inspection, the lighter arms
being displayed on the lawn.
The ceremonies opened at 9 o'-
clock when the equipment paraded
from the guard headquarters to its
court house and ended officially at
4 when the equipment was moved
out east along Walker street.
Meanwhile, begioaiag at 11:30
o'clock children who had already
swarmed over the equipment were
given rides to their high glee.
A feature of the equipment was
a Lacrosse Trainer.
Guided missile, brought by the
contingent from Ft Sill, firing of
which was simulated, and there
was also a cannoneer's hop on the
hour demonstrating how a 155 How.
itzer is manned and fired.
The National Guard equipment,
led by the local Police Department,
to the court house displayed a
10-ton truck. 5 ton trucks,. 2Vi .
ton trucks, two 155 mm Howitzers,
and a kitchen truck. v •
There were also, be 50 and 50
calibre machine guns, • carbines,
and radio mounted vehicles on dis-
play in addition to field equipment
of the guard. - -' .
Crowd Attacks Bus
Load Of "Riders"
MONTGOMERY '#1 — An an^ry
crowd ot about 200 white persops
attacked c racially mixed group
of self-stylet! "Freedom R'.lers"
after they arrived by bus in Mont-
gomery, Alabama, Saturday. The
violence came In two Waves, the
first of which occurred before po-
lice arrived on the scene. In the
second wave, several persons were
clubbed to the ground in spite of
efforst by police to break up the
violence. Some two dozen white
and Negro r°,1ers had boarded the
Greyhound bus in Birmingham for
the ride to Montgomery M itt at-
tempt to test bus station stjrega-
When you finance your car at the
Pint National Bank I* financed
yflfr ow bank hrteroet rotearirAdv*
Breck Student Wins Tech Scholarship
you finance your Automobile with
fhm HI M47?
.<■■■■■■«« • ■ mi m ■ *•
Robert N. Alexander, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Alexander of
Breckenridge, is one of seventeen
of Texas Tech's top engineering
students to receive scholarships
for 1961-62, Engineering Dean John
R. Bradford has announced.
Alexander, a mechanical engin-
eering major, received his scholar-
ship from Howell Instruments Inc.
A 1957 graduate of Breckenridge
High School, he has excelled in
swimming at Texas Tech, and he
has been honored as an outstand-
ing student there.
During past summers he has
been employed at the local awlmm-
Ing pool where he has assisted in
the oool's management and direct-
ed lifeguard activities.
While Scholarship grants went
to seventeen students, two Were
awarded by Howell Instruments
Inc. The other went to James W.
Moeller, an electrical engineering
ma]or 'from San Aiifelo
This summer Robert will attend
summer school at Texas la order
to complete a ttve^ytar «WN.
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