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Stephenville Empire Tribune (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Stephenville, Texas Microfilm Center ire. La / . Box he kit Dallas to. 71215 the Home of Tarleton state College the family newspaper of Erath county Tell Jenville lemme Tribune published to Merit your support vol. 27, no. In a Stephenville daily Empire a vol. 103, no. 164 Stephenville Texas 76401 20 pages Sun Ria september 21, 1572 to daily 20 sunday Johny s spot i by John Morehart associate editor resident artist historian Randy Steffen is about to become a movie maker Quot Steffen right now he a working on a film currently titled Quot the Texas rangers Story As no less than Art director set designer costume designer and historical coordinator the movie to begin production november 9. Will Star George Peppard Robert stack Stuart Whitman and Glen Ford John Wayne Lloyd Nolan. Kennan Wynn and slim Pickens will have special a a cameos roles in the flick right now Randy needs help lie s trying to Check on the clothing Sty Les of the mid thirties men s and women s lie s trying to locate someone who has a stack of old life magazines from about 1930 to 1935, or old Sears Cata logs from the same Peri Ltd a he needs to borrow the Hooks Long enough to study upon styles of that period Randy s one for strict detail and has already lined up a Supply of guns from India for the mexican army in the picture and is having saddles built to match those used in the 1874 portion of the film he a also redoing some of the script to get the Story lined up with the facts involved something Hollywood Hast tried in westerns you w on to see an 1870 cow boy Riding around with an 1873 Winchester in this film of you have magazines with pictures of the clothing worn in those Days or Cata logs give me a Call at the office and Lii arrange for you and Randy to get together Stephenville it school Hoard meets tomorrow at 7 to p in to dec Ide w hat to do at iut the Lack of space at Stephenville s schools probably they will move tomorrow to Call a lion election for construction of a new High school Why Don t you make a Point of attending their meeting to encourage the us Ard to mov e on something that no eds to be done they la i a meeting in the club room at the High school and they would Welcome any visitors another meeting is fing held at h in p in tomorrow night this one to organize opposition to a proposal placed before the Stephenville City Council to sell Jav Park the original proposal for the Park was to us it or sell it hut the Council Only mov �<1 on the sell it Jairt of the prop Ltd Sal actually from talking with some of the Council members in the last few Days there does t seem much Chance of it being sold hut As one of the councilmen said a with this Council you never know the meeting tomorrow is at the first presbyterian Hurch which just happens to to across the Street from Jay be Park i wonder it those in had this meeting would in in favor of keeping the Tsirk enough to get behind some sort of plan and work to put the Park to use never in the history of political campaigning for the office of president of the United states c an i remember a Case of a candidate deliberately trying to Embarrass the other candidate by appearing in the same town at the same time i refer of course to Friday s Effort by Shriver to Fie Little president Nixon by going to Floresville punt Poss amp kick contest is thursday Stephens die tiny 8 through 13 have until wednesday to enter the annual punt pass and kick contest sponsored by the Ford motor company and the National football league according to j c Golden contest chairman the actual contest will in held at 3 45 thursday afternoon on the practice Field behind Chamberlin school boys entering the contest will compete against boy s their own age the contest is based on accuracy in throwing punting and place kicking of a football each age group will select a Winner who will compete in zone contests on october 9 on october 14 the District contest will be held at a site to be announced Golden added final winners in the contest will compete at halftime in the 1973 super bowl game Golden said that any boy who has represented his school in interscholastic football either in practice or play is nut allowed to enter the contest i nit ii la in l if i Inda land right hands i muted a a ii v hops to Over Jon businesses and employees monday. The fund envelopes to team captains left to right Sharon Owen envelopes will be picked up by representatives of the Texas Patty Stuart. Karan Montgomery and i Inda Sledge. Hie group a Sun homemakers the tuber i from Alpha Gama i of Beta Sigma Phi will distribute the United fund opens $13,550 drive tomorrow morning at 9 30 workers in Coffee will the Stephenville United fund Campaign a invited will meet for Coffee in the Home of mrs Lyle la it Barbara Terrell 1020 n Cleveland to kick chairman flt off the 1972 Campaign to raise $13,550 the to raise fur in unt to att it rid a re workers a in a i in which is circus is coming oct. 9 school pricking Wii he local tie citizens of Erath county will have an Opportunity to see two Complete performance of americans largest and Only five ring tent circus Carson and Barnes when it will set up at the red it grounds on monday october 9 according to their pres representative Floyd f. Hill the How moves on t4 big transport trucks along with other w horse trailers. Pickups and living ears and busses they put up a tent that comfortably seats 3.olin people there Are Over 200 people in the company with Over of different ones putting on the performance which will to made up of Many trained Amma acts both domes i and wild along with aerialist jugglers wire Walker trapeze and Novelty acts that will thrill the youngsters from 8 to to and of course the circus clowns will the present to dish out fun and laughter along with the Many circus acts and performers the show carries the largest portable Zim and Mer today consisting of it thro babies Lone is it Giraffe Ostrich Tau Lions tigers fax ars g Many other exotic an the world not Norm other circus a on the Road ints including la bottle Amas Tapir. Is. A Yak and from All Over in with any the menagerie and zoo w til in free to All general admission tick holders there w ill to performances at 4 to and 7 to p m All tickets will to sold on the circus grounds circus Day 2 ton seats w ill to sold for to for children and s i no for adults six Hundred seats will Fie sold for $2 25 and $3 75 the setting up of the enormous tent will Start about Harn circus morning and will last at iut two hours requiring the assistance of several elephants that Are trained to lift push and pull the Public is invited to watch this operation mrs Terrell is chairman of the annual House to House Campaign to he held october 9 Stephenville High school principal Bdl Haley is heading the of the Campaign v Fain who leads employ yes Carn a Ign James Chambers vice president of the Farmers first National Bank is heading the professional gifts Section with f red met Leskey and a h Maguire heading the Advance gifts division or Jerry Graham is heading the Tarleton state College portion of the Ciri a mrs Bonnie Dickerson is the govern mental employees chairman for the Campaign mrs in it a Coan is publicity chairman for the Campaign the United fund budget committee head a by Doug hair has allocated $450 tor the Texas rehabilitation Center $2oo tor the cub scouts $4 xxi for the boy scouts $2.8ixr for the girl scouts $1,350 for the salvation army a 90o tor the red Cross $750 for the medical research foundation $125 tor the Texas United Community services organization. $275 or the i in $750 for an operating fund $125 for the Southern diabetic foundation $125 tor United cerebral Daisy of Texas Agency and it ii for the Stephenville senior citizens Center working with Matey and Fain on the local business and local business employees Campaign will be the Young homemakers organization and the Alpha Gamma i chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority the two women s service organizations will distribute and pick up Campaign pm Etoile tor i Ltd Al business and employee giving Garcia trial set trial is scheduled to open at 9 00 t it t it i a a in tile 29th judicial court Here f a Richard Cantu Garcia 37, charged w the the shooting death of his wife on May i 172. Trial had been set gust 28. Hut was postponed when a proper jury venire could not to called Luther panel has been called for the trial mrs Garcia died at 2 20 a in in Stephenville Hospital 4 clinic after she had been shot three times a Little More than an hour after the shooting Garcia surrendered to police shortly after the Shuting was placed in jail and after a hearing. Peace Justice s Vav Miller set his Bond at $15,000 Garcia was later released on a Bond prosecuting attorney is District attorney Sam Cleveland and co Mcmillan and Don Jones represent Garcia this will probably be or Cleveland s last Case in court As he announced Friday that he was stepping Down from the District attorney s office effective the end of september Nixon feels he will carry Texas in v ote san Antonio a buoy a by his int Subjec t that did no to come up at the South Texas swing and political me Ewing Hen a was Sargent Shriver the hobnobbing at John Connally s ranch democratic vice presidential nominee president Nixon feels he will win Texas in shr aver Camf it signed and at tamales at a november sen John Tower said me x lean Sty in supper at Floresville saturday Fri Day nig by while Connally was the Texas Republican also a candidate Ort or Tammy the Nixon arid a warm of for re election headed a list of Gap bus ii Ness and jail Utica leaders it the same leaders and Nixon supporters who met in on his a Inch Lawn seve Miles away. With the president for 25 minutes Here i thousands. in i saturday before he returned to washing or s Ninn to i the Airport her. Saturday As ton y went thir separate ways \ Xor to Nixon regards Texas As a a priority Washington a rid the firs1 lad to Kia Horo a state Tower said adding that the for the la St Stop on her six Day president expects to carry the state in november he seems optimistic a bout c arriving it toting Gir k in red White and Blue by a Large rna Jorif the will Hita Falls need four More years and senator told newsmen a Tizor. Snaking hands with As for talk that some texan i eel Nixon a nun it including Mony should he spending Mot time with vol Ingster. Mrs n on jumped up and republicans Tower observed that the Dos in of Rimes seeming to do a president a recognizes the need i to make a lift rhythm to the Hants special Appeal to Democrat i i about were on hand. The president was extreme s pleased Alt in White House officials with the warm reception he rec in cd from mow ledge d the Road a More by Large most mexican american a crowds 4.0&Quot no. Friday in Laredo Rio Grande City and asked Aho it or Nixon s seven Tate Harlingen Tower said a if really buoyed try Sid end replied it looked it har it Vii i i i. In by. K it Stephen ill and two grand. Lay ton saw off steer it a saturday As the cattle were destined Allicino la s Roundup tot rippled children in Millen Sal it the am lion will provide operating funds for the Hest Texas rehab ill donated a Cross chariots steer. H i Seale of Bluff Dale mrs i in Girville. I and mrs to bean or. Of Dublin and Dale and to Leon also donated attle through Rev Parnell a a chairman h lob Moo la is dedicated mrs. Joyce whips rides a lift bucket to the top of Mihi a the fibreglass cow installed saturday on Stephen tiles courthouse Square to Honor the Dairy Industry Iii Erath county. Mis. Whips who headed the Campaign to raise funds for the Symbol led local citizens in a party on the Square saturday to see the cow installed atop a to foot Pedestal. 48 Gallons of ire Cream were served and Dairy products donated by local supermarkets were Given away Stephenville Young Farmers will have a work Day inlay at 4 of p in at the Erath county livestock association show barn to prepare for he Hay show to in held wednesday according to Carl Hyden in v is missing Jinx the four year old. Tympanum to Stephens ill night watchman a Corge Ryan a been missing since tuesday night Rvan is offering a Reward of $25 for information on the dogs whereabouts. Information should in Given i the Stephev die police department. Jinx and Ryan Are shown Here in a recent photograph

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