The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 26, 1978 · Page 20
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 20

Galveston, Texas
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Tuesday, September 26, 1978
Page 20
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1(M> Tuesday Morning. September 26, 2678 NEW OFFICERS for the Galveston Noon Opti-Mrs. were recently installed at a dinner ceremony at the home of Gerald Dyer, immediate past Noon Optimist president. The new officers are, from left, Linda Macdonald, president; Ida Cardenas, vice president; Pat Hadley, secretary and Betty Heffernan, treasurer. The Opti-Mrs. Club is comprised of wives of members of the Optimist Club, a non-profit organization devoted to the support of youth and an optimistic point of view. The ladies assist the Optimist Club in all social activities, encourage their husbands in greater interest in youth work and promote acquaintanceship and good fellowship among Optimist families. New officers were installed by Faith Colombo. Your HOROSCOPE Bernice Bede Osol LIBRA (S«pt. 23-Oct. 23) You have a tendency sometimes to see-saw back and forth over what your objectives should be, thereby accomplishing nothing. Like to rind out more of what lies ahead for you? Send for your copy of Astro-Graph Letter by mailing 50 cents for each and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope to Astro- Graph, P.O. Box <fi9. Radio City Station, N.Y. 10019. Be sure to specify birth SIQI>. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-No«. 22) Under-the-table information that comes to you today may have little or no truth to it. Before you get upset, carefully check the facts. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Oec. 21) People you know little about must be carefully dealt with today or you could come up La Quinta To Hold Formal Dedication TEXAS CITY-La Quinta Motor Inns Inc., the mayors of Texas City and La Marque and the area's Chamber of Commerce will participate in the formal dedication of Texas City's first solar-heated motor hotel Thursday at 5:30 p.m. La Quinta Inn is located at 1121 Highway 146 North and FM 1764. A reception will follow the dedication. The solar energy system supplies 75 percent of the hot water for the rooms and laundry year-round. The $85,000 system was funded jointly by La Quinta and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The federal government supplied $40,000, and La Quinta contributed the remainder from corporate funds. The two-story Spanish colonial building contains about 44,000 square feet and Includes 98 rooms and two meeting rooms. A 24-hour Denny's Restaurant is adjacent to the inn. The restaurant Is owned by La Quinta and is leased to Denny's Restaurants of La Miranda, Calif. The inn is managed by Jimmy and Helen Carter, who are recent graduates of the La Quinta manager training program. Total cost of the project was $2.1 million. Permanent and interim financing was provided by Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan of Galveston. La Quinta Motor Inns Inc. owns, operates or licenses 62 La Quinta Inns, principally in the southern half of the United States. There are 17 inns under construction. The company also has an ownership interest in and operates nine additional properties, including eight Rodeway Inns. The common stock of the company is listed on the American Stock Exchange, symbol: LQM. Bulletin Board of Galveston Oleander Society The National Oleander Society will meet at 9:30 a.m Wednesday at 1627 Sealy. Mrs. E. Trube will be the hostess and Mrs. Verda D'Albergo will give a program on silk flowers. Lady Elk The Elk Ladies Auxiliary of Lodge 126 will have a birthday party honoring members born between January and September at 8 p.m. today in the lodge home. Quota Club The Quota Club of Galveston will meet at 6:30 p.m Wednesday in Carnell's Restaurant. Overeaters The Galveston Chapter of Overeaters Anonymous will meel at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Seventh Day Adventist Church recreational building, 1628 Ave. M 1 -... For more information one may call 744-2665 or 7621384. Film Series The Friends of Rosenberg Library will present the second in a series of four films at 7:30 p.m. today in Wortham Auditorium of the library. with the short end of a slick. Take care where you place your Irusl. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Have a clear-cut understanding of who is responsible for what if you're involved in a joint effort. Each party could feel used if ground rules aren't established first. AQUARIUS (Jin. 20-Feb. 19) Save your way-out, revolutionary Ideas lor another day. Your thinking Is a little oil-course and your chances of running aground are great. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Speculative situations should be avoided today. Lady Luck has a day off and she won't be around at trial moment when you usually count on her. ARIES (Mirch 21-AprII 19) Old domestic issues have a way of rearing their ugly heads today. If you allow them to gain control, you can again expect family turbulence. TAURUS {AprH 20-M«y 20) You have two chances of getting others to do things for you today — slim and none. If you can't do it on your own, wait for another day when help is available. GEMINI (May 21-Juno 20) A social obligation you may have been avoiding could demand attention today. Do it graciously and get it out of the way. CANCER (Jurw 21-July 22) Conditions could prevent you from doing what you had planned today. Sidestep frustration. Exercise tolerance LEO (Ju!y 23-Aug. 22) Your undertakings must be clearly Ihoughl-out slep-by-step today or you'll run the risk of painting yourself into a corner. Make haste slowly. VIRQO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Don't be Intimidated into going along wllh the gang today if you can't really afford it. Unless, of course, they'll fool the bllt. The film is "Soldier's Home" by Earnest Hemingway, with teleplay by Robert Ciller and directed by Robert Young. A panel discussion will follow. The program is open to the public, free of charge, according to the Rev. John Caskey, chairman. PWP The Mainland Chapter of Parents Without Partners will have a general meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in the Nessler Civic Center in Texas City. The chapter will also hold a discussion group at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at 1527 57th St., Galveston. For information one may call 7441461. Band Boosters The Ball High School Band Boosters will meet at 7 p.m. today in the band hall. Members of the Prop Corps will serve refreshments and demonstrate routines learned at their summer camp at the University of Houston. Dr. and Mrs. Chester Burns will outline plans for the light bulb sale, the first fund-raising event of the year. Band members will be taking orders from Wednesday through Oct. 2. Fellowship Club The Bay Area Fellowship Club will meet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today in the League City Recreation Center for games and fellowship. All persons 55 years and older are welcome. For information one may call 554-3924 or 332-3080. Abundant Life The Abundant Life Group will meet at 2 p.m. today in Stokes Hall of the Central Methodist Church. The women of Zion Lutheran Church will serve as hostesses and the Rev. Paul E. Holmer will give the sermon. George Buest will present a program on banking. Newcomers The Newcomers Club will have a membership coffee from 10 a.m. to noon today in the home of Mrs. Erwin D. Cooper, president. Board members and committee chairmen will assist Mrs. Cooper. Newcomers to Galveston County may call 744-0588 or 744-2334 for information. Club activities include bridge, sewing, bowling, -tennis and gourmet cooking. Women's Aglow The Women's Aglow Bible Study Group will meet at 10 a.m. today in the home of Sheryl Mandina, 3601 Yale. The study "Tabernacle" will continue with the hostess serving as leader. The meeting is interdenominational. Information is available by calling 744-6436, 744-3263 or 763-8262. Federated Club The Federated Club of Black Women and Girls will meet at 6:30 p.m. today in the Mt. Calvary Baptist Center. Mrs. Nolan St. Julian, Mrs. Reba Sapp and Mrs. Lilly Davis will serve as hostesses. Plans for the President's March and Dinner will be discussed, according to Mrs. H. L. Dansby, president. Dickinson PWP The Dickinson Business and Professional Women's Club will hold a wine and cheese membership party at 7:30 p.m. today in the Citizen's State Bank community room. Velna Troxlar, president, will give a brief outline of BPW purposes. Katrina Packard, a member of the Harris County Women's Task Force, will be the guest speaker with the topic, "Women's Role in Society." CAC Board The Galveston County Community Action Council board of directors will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the Commissioners' Court Room on the third floor of the Galveston County Courthouse. Golden Age The Golden Age Club will meet from 2:30 to 4 p.m. today and Thursday in the Menard Community Center, 2119 27th St. The club is sponsored by the City of Galveston and open to all senior citizens. 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