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Legal Notices 1 BALL HIGH SCHOOL band students get final instructions from Mrs. Ann Burns, seated, for the band boosters' first major fund raising drive, the sale of eight packs of light bulbs. The sale begins Wednesday and will end Oct. 2 with deliveries set within 10 to 20 days afterward.,From left are Carol Currie, Roy Merchant, Sonya Ramirez and Kirstin Griffiths. Cystic Fibrosis Drive Slated The following article was prepared by the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Volunteers in the Texas City area are waging a door-to-door campaign this week to raise money for research and medical care Earl Wilson for victims of cystic fibrosis. Everyone knows how easy it is to buy a gift for a child's birthday, for Christmas, or other oc- .casions. Did you know that over six million children in this country are desperately in need of a very special gift, namely a breath of life? Giving them this gift can be just as easy. Simply participate in the Kiss Your Baby Campaign to be held in Texas City during the week of Sept. 24 through 30 for the Cystic Jensen Tries Not To Jiggle NEW YORK—Beautiful Maren Jensen, who's part Hawaiian, doesn't jiggle when she walks. She hopes to be the non-jiggle queen of this year's TV and thinks the non-jigglers will beat outthejigglers. Non-jiggler Maren plays a well-covered Athena in ABC's new science fiction "Battlestar Galactica" starring Lome Greene. "Star Wars" has accused Maren's producers of appropriating their idea. "Do you jiggle? " Tasked Maren because there's evidently great interest in jiggling due to the jigglers of "Charlie's Angels." "I try not to jiggle,"declared Maren. "Jiggle girls are taught to have no brains but a bust instead. That's not fair. Marilyn Monroe was a jiggle girl. She had talent. Dolly Parton is the jiggliest of the jigglers now. Several jiggle shows failed last year. On this program I don't jiggle once." "I thought bosoms went out," I said to Maren at the Stage Deli where she was having a sandwich. "They came back!" said Maren, who's a 34-B. Maren, soon 22, blue- eyed, dark-haired, says her middle name is Kawchilani and that it means "morning mist from heaven." With her on the new ABC series are Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict who says he got his last name from a menu that listed eggs benedict. She comes from Arcadia, Cal., and has been a waitress and a pizza- .maker. She's pretty sure of her new show getting a big rating. "I think we'll be in the top five...We'll jiggle ahead of all the shows," she predicted. "Not just the jiggle shows." The sports world's buzzing about a famous footballer...Not about Joe Namath, either, though Joe's new caddy was heisted out of his garage. New, too! In Joseph E. Levine's new movie "Magic," Burgess Meredith plays a super-agent very much like Irving (Swifty) Lazar with big cigar and white Rolls. Amy Carter was saving to buy a "Grease" album and stage producer Ken Waissman sent her some— also offered to take the "Bible Belt" version of the show to the White House. No response yet from J.C. He's busy or something? Rainy Aug. washed out the profits Guber and Gross hoped to make on Lucie Arnaz's "Annie Get Your Gun" at Jones Beach and they lost $100 Gs. (Guy Lombardo used to take a bath in 'the summer there, too.) Fibrosis Foundation, according to Mrs. R.A. Stanfield, chairman for this area. "We need to make the public more aware of lung diseases in children,'' she explained. "We must find a control or cure for the inherited disease, cystic fibrosis, and we must also help as many as possible of the six million children with other lung diseases.'' "Diagnosis and therapy are available at over 100 centers throughout the country where as many as six out of seven of the children seen are found to have other diseases in which the symptoms closely resemble those of CF. The centers are not only helping children with cystic fibrosis, but also those with chronic bronchitis, asthmatic bronchitis, asthma with lung damage, the condition sometimes called "childhood emphysema," bronchiectasis and other lung and intestinal diseases as well." "You can help these children by participating in the campaign. They're counting onyou to give them a chance to breathe. We know you won't let them down " For further information, please contact Mrs. Stanfield at 945-4474 or 9387885. Contributions may be sent to 1801 Crown Court, Texas City, Texas 77590. PSAT Tests To Be Given Preschool Vision Testing Planned Members of the Galveston County Medical Society Auxiliary will take a preschool vision screening course Monday. The course will involve training about 30 auxiliary members to start a community-wide vision screening program for local preschool children, according to Mrs. Bernard Milstein, president of the Galveston County Medical Society Auxiliary. Sponsored by the Texas Society to Prevent Blindness (TSPB), the course will be conducted by Mrs. Evan Pancake of Bellaire at Trinity Episcopal Church. Mrs. Pancake has been screening children in Houston with Delta Gama sorority for more than 20 years. She is a volunteer trainer coordinator and instructs new volunteer groups in TSPB's screening procedures, all of which are approved by the TSPB Medical Advisory Committee, comprised of ophthalmologists across the state: The auxiliary members will be trained to check the children's visual acuity by means of the Snellen illiterate "E" chart. With this chart, the "E" is described to the children as a table top with legs, and the children are instructed to point to the direction the table's legs are pointing-, _ Children who cannot play the "E" game will be tested further with the Lippmann or Matching Symbols Eye Te?t. If a preschool child's performance gives evidence of a vision difficulty on either test, the child will be referred, meaning the parents will be notified in writing of their child's need for a complete professional eye examination. Each referral is followed up to insure that the child receives the necessary examination. The TSPB provides training across the state to volunteer groups interested in preschool vision screening in an effort to detect the approximately one child in 20 who needs some form of eye care. The program detects major refractive errors in children's sight as well as amblyopia, commonly called "lazy eye." The latter, if not detected and treated before a child reaches age 8, seldom can be corrected. Last year volunteer teams trained by TSPB screened more than 40,000 children for vision defects, 1,600 of whom were referred for professional examination. Of those examined, 79 percent needed follow-up treatment. The TSPB is a voluntary health agency devoted to sight conservation through a total program of research, public and professional education and community blindness prevention programs. The TSPB was organized in 1955 and is an affiliate of the National Society to Prevent Blindness. Earl's Pvarlm TODAY'S BEST LAUGH:' Half the world doesn't know how the other half lives—the women can't keep track of the men. — Arnold Glasow. WISH I'D SAID THAT: If you can't express yourself in writing there's a great future for you with some government bureau.—Jack Key. REMEMBERED QUOTE: "I quote others only the better to express myself."— Montaigne. EARL'S PEARLS: Headline—Girl Shows Calves at Fort Worth Stock Show. Anne Meara says Jerry Stiller never forgets their wedding anniversary—"Every year I say guess what day this is and Jerry always says Wednesday." That'm Earl... Brother Dickinson High School sophomores and juniors will take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test- National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT- NMSQT) Oct. 28. The test, co-sponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation, is one of the first steps in making college plans. The PSAT-NMSQT, which measures verbal and mathematical aptitude, will cost $3. Students may register for the test Oct. 926 in the main office of the high school. The test also can lead to other opportunities for high school students. By taking the PSAT-NMSQT, they can enter the competition for scholarships administered by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and can get a good idea of what the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is like. Students also can ask to participate in the College Board's Student Search Service which helps colleges learn about students like them. Along'with their score reports, students will receive a copy of "About Your PSAT-NMSQT Scores," a booklet which contains valuable how-to information about estimating SAT scores, finding out where to get and how to use detailed information about colleges and financial aid, and planning for financing a college education. Also, students can use the College Board's "College Handbook," to compare their scores with those of enrolled students at more than 2800 colleges and universities. Legal Notices -I- Octane Ratings Must Be Posted WASHINGTON (DPI) — The Federal Trade Commission Sunday proposed a rule under which gasoline distributors and retailers, to comply with a new law, would have to post octane ratings on gasoline pumps. The law, signed by President Carter in June, requires refiners to test gasoline for octane ratings. Octane is a measure of how well gasoline will resist engine knock. High octane gasoline burns evenly in the combustion chamber. If gasoline has a poor octane rating it burns unevenly, causing knocking that wastes energy, and lowers the effectiveness of the engine and can eventually damage the engine. The law, the Petroleum Marketing Practices Act, requires distributors to certify their octane rating to retailers who must in turn display them in a clear and conspicuous manner — at otherwise unspecined — the point of sale. The posting requirements go into effect next April 1. The rule proposed by the FTC Sunday specifies how the industry shall comply with the law. "Disclosure of octane ratings will give consumers the chance simultaneously to conserve energy, save money, reduce air pollution and protect their cars against engine damage." the agency said. Legal Notices -1- NOTICE To ail persons claiming any interest in the property located at 3128 Avenue A/\V:, Cily of Galveston or more particularly described as Lot 5 60' of 14 and N'/i of M "7 95'x43'. 31k 13 NE. Please take notice thai tne Building 'Official of the City of Galveston has determined that the structure located at the above address is in such a state of disrepair and dilapidation as to constitute a nuisance and a serious hazard to the health and safety of the citizens of the Cily of Galveston. Tne Building Official has further determined mat saio structure is unsuitable for repair and musi be demolished. Please take further notice that tne City has advertised tne structure for demolition. Any interested person desiring to appeal ihe decision of Ihe Building Official may do so by filing with Ihe Building Official a written notice ol appeal before October 1. 1978. If no in- forested party files an appeal to the above property, the Cily of Galveston will proceed with the demolition ol the structure. Published 9-23 thru 10 1 NOTICE To all persons claiming any interest in the property located at- 1. 5203 Avenue M I Lot 10 DR Blk 443) 1 4308 & 4310 Avenue G (Blk 403, Lot 9 10) 3. 3919 Avenue G (rcar)lBlk 339, Lol G Sub of I to 5) 4 Lot 102 of Spanish Grant Section 1 5. Lot G A4 of Bay Harbor 6. Lot 325 of Bay Harbor 7. Lol 210 of Bay Harbor 8 Lot 707 of Bay Harbor 9. Lo GA3 of Bay Harbor Please take notice that the Housing Department of the City ol Galveston has determined that Ihe vacant lots are a public nuisance in which there exist high weeds in excess ol nine (9) inches in height. The Cily of Galveslon hereby give; notice to sny persons claiming any interest to the above properties to cut and clean the lots before October 1,1978. Failure to comply wim tnis notice will result in the City proceeding to have the lots cut and cleaned, and liens filed against this properly. Publised9 l?lhru)01 NOTICE To all persons claiming any interest in the property located at 1JU 30tfi Slr«i, Cily ol Galvtslon or more particularly described as Block N. Lol 3. Please take notice that the Building Official of Irte Cily of Gatveston has determined that the structure located al th above Address is in such a slate of disrepair and dilapidation as to constitute a nuisance and a serious hazard to the health and safely ol the citizens of Ihe Cily of Galveston. The Building Official has luriher determined that said structure is unsuitable for repair and must be demolished Please take luriher notice notice that tne City has advertised the structure for demolition. Any interesled person desiring to appeal the decision of the Building Official may do so by filing with Ihf Building Official 1 written notice ol appeal before October 1, 197ft. If no interested parly files an appeal to the above property, Ihe City of Galveston will proceed witn the demolition of the structure. Published 9 mnru 10 1 NOTICE TOCREDI IUK> Estate ol Ronald Olio Bollenbach, Deceased. No 42,035 in Probate Court of Galveston County, Texas • Notice is hereby given that on the IStn day of Septembci 1973, Letters TestamT:. ••, upon trie Estate ol Ro-i.ild Otto Bollenbach, Deceased, were issued lo Bank of Ihe Southwest National Association, Houston, as Inciepenrtenl Executor of said Estate. in proceedings in Probate Court ol Galveston County, Texab, numbered 42,035, and pending in said Court end that it now holds sucli letters. All persons navlng claims against the Estate are hereby required lo presenl Ihe same to Ihe said Bank ol the Southwest National Association, Houston, as Independent Executor of said Estate, at the post office address given below and wilhin the time prescribed by law. The residence of said Independent Executor is in Ihe City of Houston, Harris County. Texas, and its post office address is as follows: Mr. Mark P. Day Bank of the Southwest National Association. Houston 910 Travis Street Houston. Texas "00? Dated the ?om day 'ol September, 1978 FULBRIGHT8. JAWORSKI By Rodney C. Koenig Attorneys for Bank of the Southwest National Association, Houston, In dependent Executor of the Estate ol Ronald Otlo Bollenbach, 800 Bank of the Southwest Buifding. Houston, Texas 77002 Published 9 25 NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF PEARL A. DAVIS, DECEASED Notice is hereby given that original Letters of Administration for the Estate of Pearl A. Davis, Deceased, wore issued on September 7, 1978, in Cause No. 41,973, pending in the Probate Court of Galveston, Texas, to: AllineVan Arsdall. The residence ol such Administratrix is Galveslon County, Texas. The post office address is: 4600 Seawall Boulevard. Apt. A-3, GaLveston, Texas 77S50. All persons having claims against this Estate which is currently being administered are required to present them within the time and in the manner prescribed by law. DATED Ihis the Mtn day of September, 1978, MILLS. SHIRLEY, McMICKEN 8. ECKEL ByWilliam Wade 700 First Hulchings-Sealy National Bank 8uilding Galveston, Texas 77550 Published 9-25 PUBLIC NOTICE The City Council of the City of Galveston will conduct a Budget Hearing on the proposed use of Its Revenue Sharing lOtti Entitlement • funds in the amount of SI,008,570. This hearing will be held in the Council Chambers of City Hall on Thursday. September 28, 1978 at 2:00 p.m. Staff recommendation lo City Council is: 1. General Fund • Capital Outlay S101.000 2. Sanitation Fund $,522,500 3. Vehicles, 4583,500 4. RSUP.S8.000 5. City Hall Improvement, 554,000 6. Street Improvement,$137,370 7. Program Administration, S200. Total SI.OOB.570. Citizens are urged to provide written or oral comments and ask questions concerning the entire budget. Copies ol the proposed budget are available for public inspection in the City Secretary's Office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Final approval of the Revenue Sharing expenditures will be made on the same day September 2B, 1978, Published 9-t$ thru 28 The Village Council and the Zoning Commission of Ihe Village ol Jamaica Beach will hold a public hearing regarding the adoption of a Zoning Ordinance for the Village of Jamaica Beach. The meeting will be held in the Village Office. 16628 San Luis Pass Road (Ihe Fire Station Building), Saturday. September 30, 1978 at 10 a.m. A copy of tne Zoning Ordinance and Map may be examined in the village Office 8am 5pm Monday through Friday,. Published 9-15 Ihru9-30 Monday Morning, September 25,1978 Bids and Proposals Bids and Proposals NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TEXAS LIQUOR CONTROL ACT THAT ROBERTO S. GONZALES HAS MADE APPLICATION FOR A MIXED BEVERAGE PERMIT TO BE LOCATED AT 4623 - J, CITY OF GALVESTON, GALVESTON COUNTY, TEXAS AND OPERATED UNDER THE TRADE NAME OF FARMER'S INN. Published 9-23,24 Bids and Proposals Bidding Requirements A, NOTICE TO BID A'l Galveston Historical Foundation will receive scaled bid in duplicate on the following project until October 9, 1978 said bids to be received at the office of the Architects. Taft Ar chitect, MOO Tall St.. Houston, Texas and to be publically opened. Hendley Building 2014 Strand Galveston, Texas A-2 Copies of Contract Documents, Plans and Specifications are on file at the office of the Galveslon Historical Foundation, 123 Rosenberg, Galveston, Texas, or the office of the Architect, Taft Architects 2400 Taft Street, Houston, Texas upon payment of $50 00 dollars each set. All bidders upon returning such set promptly and in good condition will be refunded his payment, and any non bidder so returning such a set in good condition within (10) days after the opening of bids will be refunded nis payment. A-3 All bids whether mailed or delivered, must be in the hands of the Owner not later than the above specified lime for this project. All bids should be sealed and marked on thr* outside of the envelope: Proposal for Hendley Building 20IA strand. Galveston, Texas. No old shall DC withdrawn wilhin thirty (301 days alter tne opening of the bids without the consent ot the Owner. The Owner reserves the right to reject any bid and to waive any formalities in bidding. A decision concerning Ih award of Conlracl will be made public as soon as possible. A 4 The Owner shall have the right lo take such steps as r.e deems necessary to determine Ihe ability of the Bidder to perform Ihe work and the Bidder shall furnish to Owner, all such information and data for this purpose as may be reasonable time a contract disregarded his obligations to subcontractors, material, men, or employees AS All Contract Form Bidding Documcnls, Drawings, Specifications and addenda issued or referred to during the bidding period shall be considered as Ihe complete set of Contract Documents and shall apply lo all work, m-ilerials and tabor necessary for trie total completion of this project. ' See How Pant You Can Buy, Sell, Rent With A New* Classified Ad! CALL A 6 The successful bidder musi tyrnish Performance Bond and Payment Bond in the amoonl ol One Hundred (1001 percent trie total contrac.l price, from a surety com pany holding a permit from the State ol Texas, to ad as lurei/ Certificate ol Insurance must also be furnished. Published? 21.» SHERIFF'S SALE GALVESTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS. No 114.809; Fi Fa No 24.087; BILLIE R SAMPSON In Wth Judicial District Court, Galveston County STATE OF TEXAS By virtue ol an Order ol Sale to one directed in the above entitled cause from tne clerk ot the Mtn Judicial District Court, in and fore tne County aforesaid, dated 24th day ol August 1978, levied upon, and will proceed to sell, without appraisement, lor cash, to the highest and best bidder on the lirst Tuesday in October 1978, that being Ihe 3rd day of October 1979, at Public Auction, at the Court House Door of the County ol Galveston, at 11-00 a.m. day of August 1971 and numbered 114.S09, Fi Fa.No. 24,087. I have, on tne 24th day of August 1971, levied upon, and will proceed to sell, without appraisement, for cash, to the highest and best bidder on Ihe first Tuesday in October 19711. that being the 3rd day ol October 1978, at Public Auction, al trie Court House Door of Ihe County of Galveston, at 11:00 a.m. all the right, litle and interest ol Billie R. Sampson an Helen Sampson in ana lo Ihe following described Real Estate, to wit: West 3 feet 9 inches of North S3 leet of E all of D except East 3 feet 9 inches of South 67 leet ol D, Garbade Subdivision ol the Northwest Block of Oullot 9. in the City and County ol Galveston, Texas. J. B. Kline. Sheriff of Galveston County By Leah Morales, Deputy Galveston, September the 6th A.D. 1978. Published 9-13.18, S3 SHERIFF'S SALE HITCHCOCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS. No. 116.799; Fi.Fa.No. 35,084; DAVID F. STUART. ET AL In 212th Judicial District Court. Galveston County STATE OF TEXAS By virtue of an Order of Sale to me directed in the above entitled cause from the clerk of the 2121h Judicial District Court, in and for the County aforesaid, dated 21st day of August 1978 and numberedll6,7W, Fi.Fa.No. 25.08J, I have, on Ihe 21st day ol August 1978, levied upon, and will proceed lo sell, without appraisement, for cash, to tne highest and best bidder on the first Tuesday in October 1978. that being the 3rd day of October 1973. at Public Auction, at the Court House Door of Ihe County of Galveslon, at 11:00 a.m., all the right, title and interest of David F. Stuart, etal in and to the following described Real Estate, to wit: A 13, W. H. Jack, Lots I 12, Block 32, Less Alley Row, 1.618 Acres. Dart Townsite; A-13, W. H. Jack, Lots 16, and 12, Block 34, Darts Townsite; A- 13. W. H. Jack. Lots I 12, Block 38, Darts Townsite; A-13, W. H. Jack. Lots M2, Block 39, Darts Townsite; A-13, W. K. Jack, Lots 1-12, Block 48. Darts Townsite; A-13. W. H. Jack, Lots 1-12. Block 49, Darts Townsite; A-13, W. H. Jack, Lois 1-12. Block 54, Darts Townsite; A-13, W. H. Jack, Lots 1-12, Block 55, Oarls Townsite; A-13, W. H. Jack. Lots 112, Block 64, Darts Townsite; A-13, W. H. Jack, Lots 1-12, Block 45. Darts Townsite,A 13, W. H. Jack, All ol Outlot 15, Darts Subdivision; A-13, W. H. Jack, Outlots 15 & 16. Darls Subdivision, 68.64 accres; A-13 W. H. Jack, All of Outlol 16, Darts Subdivision; A-l], W. H. Jack, North Vj of Outlet 17 8. Southwest '•'* of Outlot 17, Darts Subdivision, 31,805 Acres; A-13, W.H. Jack, North Vi of Outlol 18, Darts Subdivision, 21.35Acres. J. B. Kline, Sheriff of Galveston County By Leah Morales, Deputy Galveston, September the 6th A.D. 1978. Published 9-12.18.25 SHERIFF'S SALE CITY OF GALVESTON, ET AL VS. No. 113.983; Fi.Fa.No. 25,033; HENR YC. SKARKE, ET AL In 2l2lh Judicial District Court, Galveston County STATE OF TEXAS By virtue of an Order of Sale to me directed in the above entitled cause from the clerk ol Ihe 212th Judicial District Court, In and for the County aforesaid, dated 15th day of August 1978 and numbered 113,983, Fi.Fa.No. 25,083, I have, on Ihe 15th day of August, 1978, levied upon, and will proceed to sell, without appraisement, for cash, lo the highest and best bidder on the first Tuesday in October 1978, that being the 3rd day of October, 1978, at Public Auction, al the Court House Door of the County of Galveston. at 11:00 A.M., all the right, title and interest of Henry C. Skarke and Mary Louise Skarke in and to Ihe following described Real Estate, to-wit: Soutn 30 feet of Lot 14 and South BO feet of West Vt ol Lot 13 Southeast Block of Outlot 66, in the City ami County of Galvestan, Texas. J. 6. Kline, Sheriff of Galveston County By Leah Morales, Deputy Galveston, September the 6lti A.D. 1978. Published 9 12,18.25 SHERIFF'S SALE GALVESTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VS. No. 111,204; Fi.Fa.No. 25,081; JOHN W. BRUNTON, ETAL In 122nd Judicial District Court, Galveston County STATE OF TEXAS 6y virtue of an Order of Sale to me directed in the above entitled cause from the clerk of the 122nd Judicial District Court, in and for the County aforesaid, dated 15th day of August 1978 and numbered 111.206. Fi Fa No 25.081. I have, on th ISth day of August, 197B, levied upon, and will proceed to sell, without appraisement, for cash, to the highest and best bidder on the first Tuesday in October i»75, that beins the 3rd day of October 1978, at Public Auction, at Ihe Court House Door of the County of Galveslon, at 11:00 a.m.. all the right, title and interest of John Brunton and Ruth Brunton In anrt to the following described Real Estate, to wit: East 2 feet 10 inches of Lot 2 and West "7 of Lot 3 Northwest Block of Outlot 91, in the City and County of Galveslon. Texas. J. B. Kline, Sheriff of Galveston County By Leah Morales, Deputy Galveston, September the 6th A.D. 1978. Published? 12.18,25 SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS. ET AL VS. No. 109.555; Fi.Fa.No. 25,080; MILTON G. SAMPSON, JR.. ETAL In 122nd Judicial District Court, Galveslon County STATE OF TEXAS By virtue of an Order ol Sale to me directed in the above entitled cause from the clerk of Ihe 122nd Judicial District Court, in and for the County aforesaid, dated iStn day of August 1978 and numbered 109,551. Fi.Fa.No. 25,080, I have, on Ihe 15th day of August, 1978, levied upon, and will proceed to sell, without ap praisemcnt, for cash, to the highest and best bidder on the first Tuesday in October 1978. that being Ihe 3rd day of October 1978. at Public Auc tion, at the Court House Door ot the County of Galveslon, at 11:00 A.M., all Ihe right, title and interest ol Milton G. Sampson, Jr. in and lo the following described Real Estate, to wit Lot 8 ana South v» of Lot J WI72 17 In the City and County of Galveston, Texas J. B Kline. Sheriff of Galveston County By Leah Morales, Deputy Galveston. September the 6tn AD. I97B Published 9 12, IB. 25 Lodge Notices Hormonf Lodge No. 6 A f 4AM Ma.ori; Tempte Co!t»dMt«tingthii Morvdoy Saturdays. !978ol 7 PM Conferring FC D«grt* Vi*1 ing Brtihtrn or* co/eJ- iaHf wi«it»d Oior-UiE King Wort^ipful Matl*r W.R Rab*m Personal PREGNANT & NEED HELP?? Call Birtnright, Galveslon 744-8) 04. Dickinson, 337 4M4. We also need donations 4 volunteers who are pro life. Unwed Pregnancy For help with unwed pregnancy call EDNAGLADNEYHOME Fort Worth, Te»«» 1800-7921104 Announcements 5 SIM REWARD for info leading to the whereabouts ot a 1975 yellow 400cc Yamaha, stolen Irom *5tn & Sherman Sept. 17.76S714Q. Lost and Found 4 FOUND: MALE Irish Setter, vicinity of 57lh & S Phone 744 3734 between BAM BPM. $500 REWARD No question asked lor return of the lewelry & Brown jewelry box taken Wed. Sentimental value. Vicinity 57tn 8. Seawall Blvd 7*< 3782. LOST-BEAGLE. Adult male, around 37th & Ave. S. White spot on rump. REWARD. 762 1569. REWARD FOR INFO leading to sale recovery of 2 Python snakes, stolen 9' 21-78. No questions asked. 762 6482 LOST GOLDEN RETREIVER male, 3 mo. old, answers lo Moon dog, 150 REWARD. 763 2231. LOST DOG —B mo. old golden retreiver. male, JoJo. Lost ISIh 1 Ball. Tags on chain collr. REWARD. 7633515 LOST-PLATINUM 12-diamond rlns, vicinity 45th & Ave. S.(Gerland's). REWARD. 763-4586. LOST:HOUSTON t. MAGNOLIA St., LM. Full grown male beagle. Red & black, with white paws, chest & tip of tail. 1100 Reward. 7656944. FOUND Small While dog near LaMarque City Park. Call evenings, 9356343. LOST: 7-YEAR OLD DACHSHUND Answers lo Pete & under medication. Belongs to little Qirl with cerebral palsey. Lost in vicinity of Ross, 3rd & Muriel in La Marque. Please call 938 3929 or 765 5397 & ask for Mrs. Jecker. SMALLREWARD. LOST: Large Black Lab. Answers to Big Boy. Wonder away from 1000 block of 74th Ave. No., Texas City, 915-78. SlOO Reward. 948 1631 or 935- 618B. InMemoriam In Loving Memory Of SARAH MORRIS Who Passed Away 2 Year* Ago September 15,1974 The depths of sorrow we cannot tell, Of the loss of one we loved so well, And while she sleeps a peaceful sleep. Her memory we shall always Veep Sadly Mined By Daughter, Julia Mae Williams; Son-in-law; Sisters; Brothers; other relative! & friends Furnished Rooms- Galveston 15 EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. Near UTMB, kitchen, clean, modern. Reasonable. Apply No. 1 Rear. 302 Ave. C between Tennis Courts. BREEZE MOTEL, 8425 Stewart Rd.. country living, weekly rates, bait & tackle. 744 9149. NEW FURNISHED rooms in the heart of town. Weekly and daily rates. Phone 763 0243 between 10AM- IIPMor 763 3740. MONTHLY &WEEKLY aT- comodations. A-C, color TV, kitchenettes available. Maid service Call 765-773Sor765 7745. ' Furnished Apartments- Gaiveston 21 1 BEDROOM APT. for middle-aged person. Ground floor. 1612 22nd Street. MID-INN is midway between town & beach where there's lovely I room- kitchen apt. 1906 Ave. M. EFFIENCIES AVAILABLE for rent by week or month. Apply Sandpiper Motel. 2nd t. Seawall. NEED FEMALE roommate for 2BR apt. Rent 5140. All bills paid. Call Marian, Days 548 5JS3 before 10pm 744-4847. FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM apartment, 1618 M'/j. Phone 762 2238. THREE ROOMS-Living. kitchnette i BR, tub shower S. parking. Water pd. S16S per mo. plus dep. Auwtis. ?«2 4682. SMALL BR & kitchen apt 5100 120 deposit. 762-9347. GARAGE APARTMENT, S187.50. Bills paid. G;jrage included. Single medical personnel preferred. Call 761-2794. FURN. 3 ROOM apt.. $200 mo. plus deposit. Character reference*. By Jppt.,743 Wl NEWLY FURNISHED 3 rooms and bath. Bills paid including cable vision. AC optional. Adults only. No pels. Deposit and reference required. 763 MIS. ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. 2': blocks from UTMB, medical student preferred.^No children, no pets. Phone 763 J747. EFFICIENCY APTS.~ $150 per month. Bills paid. HIGHWAY HOUSE 534 Ferry Rd 763 9J16 ] FURNISHED, 1 8R apts. on West Beach. S3SO SJ7S mo. SH bills paid. SISOdeposit I year lease. 745 6009. 1 BR FULLY FURN. garage apt.. A C. carpeted, wood paneling, near Galv. College, no children. 765 6273 after 10 am 140* BROADWAY (reari Furnished fit. apt. SI .'5 mo. Adults only, no pets. Phone 765 7.139

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