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November 28, 1974

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• Section D—Page Six New Lawyer Sworn In By Father Judge Edwin Berliner of 171st District Court had the pleasure of swearing in his son, Edward C. Berliner, as a new member of the Texas Bar at ceremonies yesterday. The new attorney is a Hay graduate of the University of Texas at Austin Law School, where he participated in tfndent legal aid and criminal defense organizations. He also participated as a member of (he Moot Court. ~ Edwd C - BCTB »". tett. is sworn in u i of Ike Texas Bar by his father. District Judge Edwin BerUoer of El Piso's 171st District Court. The ceremony was held In the Judge's chambers. Barbers Get ***« Work From Tight Job Market Wd wUl be associated wth the law firm of Joe Colbert in Austin. He was graduated from Coronado High School, where fee was president of his class and captain of the .tennis team . FORT COLLINS, Colo. (UPI) — The tight job market is creating plenty of work for barbers. Carmel Solano, owner of a Fort Collins barber shop, said his appointment book was packed by college students, sprucing up to find work during the six-week break between quarters at Colorado State, which started yesterday. Anthony, Tex. Gets Waste Disposal OK Herald-Post Austin Bureau AUSTIN — The Texas Water Quality Board has approved a permit for the city of Anthony, allowing it to get rid of its 500,000 gallons a day of treated domestic sewage by irrigation. The board also approved a permit for the Diamondhead Corp. for its Mile High development in Hudspeth County. The 30,000 gallons a day of treated sewage are to be disposed of by evaporation. In other action, the board approved amendments to a number of West Texas permits, to get them into the form required by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency. Those holding permits that were amended are: Lee Moor Farms of El Paso, Bills-Ellis Feedlot of El Paso, Price's Producers Inc. of El Paso. Waterfront-Type Cafe Set for E. P. EL PASO HERALD-POST, Thursday. November 28,1974 A waterfront-type of restaurnat is in the making for El Paso with the former Hervey House of Mayor Fred Hervey being converted into the "Wharf" restaurant featuring a Captain's Deck and other rooms for small and large dining areas and bars. The way for renovation of the Hervey House at 1001 North Mesa street was cleared late yesterday when the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) approved a special exception for the O.A. Corp. on location of off-street parking. The corporation proposed parking on two parcels north of the restaurant location. The Zoning Ordinance requires parking on the same lot as the establishment. DO YOU KNOW?. .. Soviet archeologists reports finding a 20,000-year-old house near Achinsk in Siberia. They say the house was built from the bones of mammoths. ZBA member John Schalz- man abstained from the case and served as the representative for the corporation as the builder. Eleven other cases before the ZBA won approval. Included was a variance for the State National F\axz Corp. to permit an addition to an existing structure at 914 East San Antonio avenue to within one foot of the rear property line. Thanksgiving Dinner Held for Oldsters The Marcos B. Armijo, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 2753 held their annual Oldster-Youngster Thanksgiving dinner and program today at VFW Hall, Paisano and St. Vrain street. The event was co-sponsored by El Paso Parks and Recreation, Armijo Center Staff and the Youth Junior Lulac Council. SO X off! no iron sheets in twins.f tills, queens, kings priced to fill your whole linen closet— also famous name bath towels only 2.99 •FLAT AND FITTED* PRINTS, SOLIDS, STRIPES • • FIELDCREST, WAMSUTTA, SPRINGMAID* •EARLY BIRD GETS MATCHED SETS • NO PHONE OR MAIL* •MOST FIRST QUALITY, A FEW IRREGS* twin flat or fitted, orig. to 7.OO 2 for 5.OO full flat or fitted, orig. to 8.00 2 for 7.OO queen flat or fitted, orig. 12.OO 2 for 9.OO king flat or fitted, orig. 15.OO. : 2 for 11.OO standard cases, orig. to 5.OO 2.49 pair king cases, orig. to 6.OO 2.99 pair bath towels, if perfect, 6.OO: 2.99 hand towels, if perfect. 3.5O .....1.79 washcloths, if perfect/1.25 79O Rhodes Why £ Do Stores Begin Christmas Advertising Before ^Thanksgiving? & That's a question that's often .asked, and one deserving a sincere answer! We appreciate the spirit that prompts many of the 'objections to early Christmas shopping promotions. However, when the motivation behind , these promotions are examined, the most critical will agree it's MORE than a problem for stores "alone. So, we re happy to take this opportunity to present some of the problems that confront all stores at holiday time. SAVE GAS* LET US SHOP FOR YOU! Call our Personal Shopper 779-13J3 ext. 230 CIELO VISTA MALL: 1-10 AT HAWKINS BLVD./SHOP MOM -SAT 10:00 AJUL TO M:00 PJUL/RHOOESOPTION CHARGE/MASTER CHARGE/BANKAMERICARO A store wants to bring helpful service to all its customers, and since many of them ask to nave it made easier for them to complete their gift shopping before period, Christmas merchandise and displays are brought forward to accommodate them. Scarcely a major store in the nation could cope with the traffic that would result from postponement of early Christmas shopping until after Thanksgiving. ! I Even under present circumstances to maintain the kind of service all shoppers expect, stores are strained to capacity during the peak of the season. When you recall the extremely crowded conditions of stores the final two or three weeks before Christmas the problem becomes evident. Without early Christmas shopping this condition would be only multiplied. If you were to ask the thousands of retail employees (one of El Paso's largest employee groups) they would tell you that much of their Christmas stress and strain would be relieved if the public would anticipate Christmas shopping throughout the year, and you'd seldom hear them remark, "I'm simply worn down to my knees by Christmas Eve." The problem is not a one. sided one; it should be recognized that stores are faced with the problems of convenient customer service, of maintaining helpful employee relations, of providing a place where those* , who cannot, or do not plan ahead, may select gifts for their loved ones and friends. We are 'sure that if these store keepers could chat with you, personally; you would be convinced of their sincerity, and that in the true spirit ot Christmas would not criticize their efforts to perform a helpful service to their shon- ping public. Do yourself and your favorite store keener a favor... start shopping now... while selections are best... while you have plenty of fame to compare before choosing while sales personnel can give you the kind of service you prefer. ^ PREPARED BY ' NEWSPAPER PRINTING CORPORATION