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Alice Echo News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Alice, Texas Tatge 2, Alice to ii i september 24, l�7� prizes. From Page was great Day for Archie to couple dance ticket Blair Exxon station Wash and Wax Sage theatre four tickets Coors Beer two canes Beer Ken Wallgren state f Arm ins., 24 potholders to Road atlas2 ashtrays 12 Golf alls 12 Tennis Halls and one Tennis headband. Grand prizes Roselawn pharmacy Ginseng Cologne for men Edward s furniture am pm portable radio scenes. Anthonys $10 gift certificate Alice Echo news one year subscription to the Echo h e b downtown 28 Inch to Speed Bike Townsend woman s handbag Braslau a smoking stand South Texas fire amp safety dry chemical fire extinguisher Bealls Samsonite Luggage lacks lamp Alice plumbing co., poster and two Piggy Banks Alice National Bank $25 savings Bond Duke from Page i the Hub with Dooley Edwards As editor seems to me to to pretty Doggone Good and Worth repeating. Quot when a car gets off to a squealing Jackrabbit Start you can be sure that daddy is still paying for tile tires a Verdie mrs John King is sporting a pretty Good sized Bandage around Lier toe asked what happened Verdie grinned and said Quot Little John had dropped his ski Jet on the toe then later he accidentally Cruncher Down on her toe when he was wearing his Cowboy boots this really did the toe in and Verdie is hobbling around but keeping out of her songs Way congratulations to Marlin Hobbs and Betty Smith. The two pledged wedding vows sept 23 we wish you both much happiness. Yes Ann you might say that a miser is a doughnut. A Ayers lamp sticklers $25 gift certificate Alice piano a Organ Harmonica Alice hardware electric toaster Davis furniture electric clock White Auto Little Mac Burger machine a trash boy High Brehm hats $10 gift certificate Dodson a jewelry $25 gift certificate Atkins co Kreisler desk pen set Sears Kin size tray tables Alamo lumber six foot ladder Hub tire a appliance am pm radio coca cola bottling 48 quart picnic cooler Kroger family Center $30 Kroger beef Jerry Smith Art gallery $25 gift certificate Indianapolis Glove co., six pair gloves Bank of South Texas $100 savings Bond Pablo Gonzalez Rockwell 7v4 Inch circular saw j c. Penney co., c8500 reel a Finwick Rod accurate printing pen Rialto jewelry tie pin a cuff link set Terry Farris toaster Toa Debco reel Gibson a portable camping lamp and radio Shack portable am pm radio. Police obituaries Botter Joseph Clement Sandia funeral services for Joseph m Clement 78, who a fied i p in Friday his Home after a sudden illness were set for 2 . Today the Dobie funeral Home Chapel with burial in the Sandia cemetery. He was a retired Farmer survivors include his wife Ruby one son Jimmie l Strong of san Antonio one Foster daughter mrs Olga is Purina Corpus Christi one sister mrs Emily Hardy of Elk Nevada and one grand son Gudelia Garza Rosary for Gudelia Dada Garza 88, who died thursday to 05 p in in a local Hospital follow my a Short illness will in recited 8 30 p in sunday in the Walker Mora funeral Home Chapel Alice Echo news Utasi Ohio a cd re a a a Affa noon a i get Samurda and sunday morning i Aik Orwell % in to Ca wan la. Ailef Aat i Lowell p Hunt publisher a Tond mat outlay paid Al Cauca r aaa any a Anabui reaction upon a mar tar handing or Rapu Patton an Hatton of m imputation ninth May appear in in Alumna Al in Aik i Tho new win a gladly tot i to lad upon being ought to la attention of in put liar funeral services with requiem mass will be celebrated to a in monday the . Joseph Catholic Church with burial to follow in the Roselawn cemetery she and her husband irnesto owned and operated e Garza grocery store in Alice survivors include her two sons Guadalupe Gonzalez of Houston Juan j Gonzalez of Corpus Christi two Brothers Jose and Benjamin Saenz of Corpus Christi her Mother mrs Martita Saenz of Corpus Christi three grandchildren and one great grandchild Emma Rigby f funeral services for mrs. Of Mma c. Rigby 94, who died i 20 f riday in a local Hospital after a Long illness will tie 3 today in the colonial funeral Home Chapel in Goliad with the Rev. Earl Hill of Corpus Christi officiating. Burial will he in the Sarco cemetery in the Sarco Community near Goliad. Holmgreen mortuary was in charge of local arrangements. Mrs Rigby was a native of Goliad county and had lived in Alice the past two years survivors include one daughter mrs Dorothy Phillips of Alice foul sons f red and w r Rigby of Alice j g Rigby of Victoria and Paul Rigby of Goliad one sister mrs Barney Kelley of Victoria and one brother Tom Prescott of Goliad 16 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. Two minor motor vehicle accidents and a single Case of a liquor related offence were the Only items on a sparse Early weekend blotter the Alice police department a Man identified As Johnny Martinez of 404 Mesquite was taken into custody around 5 30 saturday after police were called to a tavern to quell a fight in Progress according to the report Martinez and his brother were scuffling outside the bar with Martinez refusing to leave the area the of ficery a request. He was taken to county jail on a drunk in Public citation. A vehicle belonging to Robert Esmerlo of 823 e f first ., properly parked near his residence was damaged by a hit and run Driver shortly after Midnight saturday police report damage to Esmer Loas vehicle was located on the left front end there were apparently no witnesses to the incident i Aat item of note was a two car collision in the 700 Block of North Johnson around 5 f riday according to investigating officers a car driven by Norman Riley of to. Box 9824, Alice was heading North on Johnson when was in collision with a second vehicle driven by Jefferson Conn who was said to have been attempting to make a right turn damage to both vehicles was said to be moderate und neither of tile motorists were injured in the mishap police cited Riley for failure to yield the right of Way. By Miller in Bonner Sandiego Tex a in one Way the third time was the Charm for former Duval county judge Archer pan two Texas rangers returned the Nephew of the late George Parr the famed Quot Duke of Duval a from the Federal Penitentiary in Marion 111., for arraignment before state dist. Court judge Darrell Hester on five state indictments Farr walked into the Duval county courthouse Friday the 24th of the month the 24th has not been a great Day for Archer Farr. He was ousted As a county judge March 24, 1975. He was confined to the Federal Penitentiary july 24, 1975 after being found guilty of perjury. But the 24th of this month was better for the 50-year-old Parr judge Hester granted a postponement until oct. 15 to allow Parr time to Confer with his lawyer Jimmy Gillispie of san Antonio. Parr faces charges in state court on four counts of official misconduct involving the alleged use of county employees for work on his ranch and one count of theft by Bailee involving the alleged use of a county owned tractor. Parr Shook hands and hugged relatives and friends As he returned to Duval county for the first time in 14 months. Report. From Page i recommendations to Call for bids on equipment materials and other budgeted items a consideration of assignment of the ambulance subsidy agreement from Catalina ambulance service to the South Texas ambulance company a review and approval of Urban renewal Agency land sales a discussion and approval regarding the fresh water sales contract with the Ben Bolt water District in which the City of Alice intends to resell treated water to Ben Bolt on a no profit or loss basis a hold an executive session to consider the hiring of a City auditor. Sales tax rebates Alice has received a Check for $127,231 84 As its monthly rebate for the City sales taxes comptroller Bob Bullock said that an analysis shows that his procedure of rebating City sales taxes monthly rather than quarterly has turned out to be a real help to Texas City governments. Since this practice began in april of 1975, the comptrollers office has turned Back to the cities 19 per cent of their allocation 60 Days sooner and 41 per cent 30 Days sooner than they would have gotten under a quarterly system. Saybrook fabrics Sale last mon., tue. wed. Only fashion and clearance i Corduroy 50% poly 50% Cotton All on boards 1st Quality. Great children s solids. Patterns selected colors and coordinated a terns fancies. 947 cd cd. 997 Ca cd. While they last-3 Quot is Iau remnants on Sale in g. Wool blends ��987 washable most Are 70�o Wool and 30% Nylon Reg. 4.99 a specially purchased group for the South and Southwest in fashion right colors and patterns 54&Quot wide suede fac 50% Cotton 50� o Rayon Back 100% Cotton 9$7 cd cd. Fall colors Reg. 3.99 washable 42 wide single face a top fall fashion fabric double knits 100% polyester 60 wide 17� Many in fall coloration values to 2.99 the real easy care a easy Wear fabric pre washed Denim by j p Stevens Reg. A 45 wide 3 49 the soft and easy be cd Way to go 50% poly 50% Cotton to shot prints and solids fashionable Overall prints in poly Cotton blends values to 3.99 3 Day special Sag Wood mall open to to 4 a Savabi ook fabrics Quot its great to be Back in Texas a said Parr who lunched with members of the Media a local restaurant sitting Between the two rangers pair enjoyed a mexican meal and said he a been missing mexican food mar Ion. A to in great physical shape Quot he added. Quot i run two to three Miles every asked if he planned to throw a party to celebrate his 51st birthday oct 3. Pair said Quot i done to think so. My Roommate might not like Parr was returned to Texas on a request by judge Hester Federal regulations allow him to remain Here for a maximum of 120 Days. He arrived in san Antonio thursday night with the two rangers and was immediately transferred to the Kleberg county jail Kingsville judge Hester ordered him returned to the jail after thursday s court appearance to await the oct. 15 arraign ment Date or diocesan school boards serving on the Catholic diocesan school Board for this South Texas area Are seated left to right mrs. Ray Palacios jr., vice president and Alice representative mrs. E c. Gillespie Secretary and pastoral Council representative sister Camelia Herlihy i.w.b.s., superintendent of parochial schools in Corpus Christi sister Ita Mannion of Corpus Christi religious teacher msgr. William Thompson the Bishops representative of Corpus Christi and sister Bonaventure Jordan Gap Laredo religious teachers representative and standing left to right Pedro p. Garcia president of the school Board Corpus Christi Charles Mccameron Beeville representative . Reilly Kingsville representative and Thomas Guijardo Laredo representative Board member not shown is Joseph m. Verastegui Robstown representative. The Board meet six times a year. Nationwide rubber strike ends due to nation wide rubber strike tires Are in limited Supply. But we still have a Good in assortment of most sizes and types. Car service Center very important Protection very inexpensive prices trouble shooting tips with Max mileage a excessive Wear on the inside or outside of front tires. A car drives to one Side on a smooth Road. You May need a front end alignment 5 years 50,000 Miles front end alignment Only precision alignment by skilled mechanics who will set Caster camber and toe in to manufacturer s specifications. Any american car Paris extra if needed no extra charge for factory air or Topton bar cars lube amp Oil change includes up to 5 quarts of High Grade Oil Fps a any american Light truck can u a an appointment to avoid delay forever Battery forever our finest passenger car Battery a As advertised on to 39 95 f 22 Exchange Brake overhaul in mull 1,.t or. U 11 i lining id rebuilt he i Cylinder in Iii nut wheels Bruke drum remark trow wheel be iring in Spect master a tinder inst All new rent Seal my is return Springs Anil hardware in Apeci Bruke i me to bleed is Stem und Udd neck Surv fluid loud in \ or cur -. 7?g win a or. Turn Type All Amor cars except luxury includes All parts listed. New wheel cylinders Firestone Dlc-78 retreads 2095 h a l 15"size in Stock plus 48c to &5c per tire fed tax a aggressive tread design As our radial deluxe Champion new tire a vide tread with Quot wrap around Quot design for Good traction and control in cornering a interlocking tread elements for excellent Slop and Start traction on wet pavement above prices Are Blackwells Whitewall add 2 per tire Sag Wood mall 644-9911

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