The News from Friendswood, Texas on November 28, 1977 · Page 5
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November 28, 1977

The News from Friendswood, Texas · Page 5

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nbcr28.1877 Monday NEWS Page 5 Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate WORKMAN „ ., _ . u , s «"!| a V by Appointment Caryl Buckholt 482-3890 Don Chaney Ken Ford 489-7744 Mike tacampu Peggy Gotcher 685-2834 Betty lacampo 686-8137 685-8137 WE THINK VOUR-RE FINE JUSTSIQN ON THE UNE WE'LL FIND YOU A HOUSE ANY OL-TIME. MANVEl-3-1 dan. lots. . 7744. TH , homo, la ,9. omm with 3 nge building. ii!9 beauty today! 489- a 699. READY FOR BUILDING THAT DREAM HOME? 6 aero, wen Friendtwood. Urge sturdy b«m with •tall* tick room and hayloft. Deep well, fenced for horses. Lota of trees on front property. «36300 Nltes 482- WEST FRIENDSWOOD • 2V4 ures for that home In the country you'veslweys dreamed ol • Horses OK. Urge custom homes In ana. comfortable restrictions Owner finance with 98.000 down. Priced right at 919.600. Nlte phone 482-3890. ALV1N HEIGHTS. Choice 1-13 acre tracts, all or part, price right. Hurry) 10 ACRE HOME SITE on County Road 190 Just West of CodntyRoad99.231 frontage, few native trees, owner financing at 9K. (3600 per acre. INVESTOR'S SPECIAL: 10 acres on County Road 100 North of Manvel (near 288 Frwy-l between 89 61128. Priced for quick sale, with .owner financing, 93760 per acre. * £ LfX INTHE COUNTRY. Brick4-2.2 in Alvm Heights. 1 ocro.'horeoo.k. nice tree ! •i shrubbery started, stocked fish pond. Garage paneled for game room, fireplace, approximately «00 sq. ft. See this on* today. Low EO's. WE'VE SOLVED THE DRINKING DRIVER'S DELIMMAI BUY THE GOOD TIMES LOUNGE WITH 3-1-2 FRAME AND WALK HOMEI Thriving business with felthfulcustomersandell equipment Included. Nltes 585-2834. HI & DRV NEAR JR. COLLEGE IN ALVIN-SWIMMING POOL, epprox. 1600' and 3-2-2 brick home In beautiful condition. Lots of eitrao. bullMns. Nites 686-2834. MLS BB/o. Reduced to $43.900. PASADENA-GoldenAcresoffSpencer near BettS. N!co2-1 -2 DET. frame with Aluminum siding. 12'»16' bonus rooml Huge lot with trees! (Vi acre). Nites 489-7744. upper 30'e. MLS 0920. HERE'S ANOTHER ONE FOR THE LOUISIANA MAN. lota of trees shading this 3 -1Vi-2 with FP. brick. Has Its own boat dock (room for more than one plreaul) Bayou frontage. MLS 0880. COMMERCIAL. MOBILE PARK or light Industry. 6 acre tract and 10 acre corner tract In Harris County North of Pearland on Schurmler between Mykiwa Road end Cullen. Owner financing. 2V4 ACRE Country home site. South edge of Houston near Fuqua, off Wayside. Bargain priced, owner financing RALPH LOWE and Ken Westerf leld are shown practicing a few games before this weekend's "Work off your turkey" tournament at the Frlertdswood Racquet Club. The tennis tournament and Nine Barbara McCarver Agents Receive Miami Trip LOCAL - Barbara arver. President of arvcr Co., Inc. Real: salutes nine agents _j reached the status Million Dollar Club nbers In 1977. These > agents received an > paid trip to the Answer to puzzle nun Pinnn nnoo IDBO BUBS nunn GBUiieinnf? onua nron nnnnti nnra nr/un tjnnnnnnn Bnnrjin rjonn nnn KBUBO filBHBnEUBE OHM nniin PHEB nr.in UBDD BQB8 EB3 Notional Realtors Convention in Miami Beach November 9th through the 17th. These members arc: Verncllc Ncff, Steve Crocker, Dixie Cruse, Charlotte Tioton of the Sogemont Office, Honk Snow, manager of the new homes In Green Tec Terrace. Mickey Wyble and Louis Bolton from the Bellfort Office. Mrs. McCarver pays special tribute to two of the firm's managers who produced In excess of $2 Million this year, they are Mary Guyotc of the sagcmont Office and Marge Houston. Manager of the- Bellfort Office. These agents and Managers have performed outstanding service to the firm's clients and to the community as a whole. Would you mind toll- lea n» wh>t y° u thtok °' my abilities as shown by my Impersonations of you?" asked the mimic of the distinguished actor, "Well." said the other cheerfully, "one of us Is awful." ESP, Hypnosis ShowSatAt UH For Culture Series LOCAL - Those Intrigued with E.S.P. (Extra Sensory Preemption) and hypnosis will have an opportunity to see Gil Eagles perform his En- trigulng feats at 8:45 p.m., Wednesday, November 30 at the University of Houston at Clear Lnke City. Admission Is Sponsored by the UH-CLC Cultural Committee, the acclaimed hypnotist will use.total audience participation to read answers to questions, numbers, names In the minds of total strangers to him. His feats of skill have fascinated thousands of watchers on television and concert audiences throughout the US and Europe. He has appeared for more than 300 colleges and university audiences. Bom in Tanganyika, East Africa, and educated In London, Eagles moved to the USA In I960. He discovered at the early age of 13, while living In Africa, that he was clairvoyant and he practiced with the natives there (he speaks Swahlll fluent- 1?). For 12 years he bos been a serious exponent of hypno-thcrapy as It applies to medical and psychiatric professions. He holds self-hypnosis and mind control seminars nation-wide. Reviewers have said of Eagles: "Incredibly staggering." London Times, "Puzzling in nature, memorable In entertainment. A masterful presentation," Ed Sullivan, New York Dally News. "Tremendous Showman. Earl Wilson. backgammon tourney were a finale to the long Thanksgiving holiday. Target Stores Set Special Holiday Hours For Handicapped HOUSTON • Senior citizens and handicapped persons will again have special holiday shopping hours set aside for them at Houston area Target stores. All six Target stores will be open exclusively for the aged and handicapped .and their families on Tuesday morning, December 6, from 9 to 11 a.m. This Is the fourth year that Target has sponsored the Christmas shopping event, designed to aid people with special shopping problems. According to Leigh Stclmach, district man- agcrof Target stores, all departments will be open and staffed with extra volunteers who will be on hand to personally aid shoppers. Aisles will be cleared for easy access and "rest stops" will be situated throughout the stores. Wheelchairs will be available for persons needing them. A complete breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits, juice and hot coffee will be served buffet style throughout the morn- Ing compliments of the store management. This Is being done. Stclmach said, to ensure that aged and handicapped shoppers will enjoy a good breakfast and stllT be able to take advantage of the special shopping period. j Many oth^r extras ore being provided as well. Stelmach noted. Shop- . pcrs will have their pictures made with Santa Clous, as a gift of the store. Special draw- Ings for door prizes, and caroling by high school choirs at each location will be part of the activities. Elderly and ;.• handicapped shoppers ; . will have their gift | purchases wrapped free : by store employees. '!' Krcc transportation ij for groups will be £ provided that morning, ,]' and may be arranged by > [ calling Target's district I office at 467-0780. I Stolmach said that i personal Invitations . have been sent to many ', local nursing homes. , SEARCH the Southeast 482-4488 The Number To Call For Classified Advertising ppcp Personal Classifieds rKtt jo Subscribers 10 WORDS FOR oo FOR 3 WEEKS 15' per extra word check payable to The NEWS for $4.50. Up to 25 words for you wUlbefree. (Personal classifieds only.) ONLY 4.50 get a FREE 25 word personal classified ad by subscribing to the SOUTHEAST NEWS or PEARLAND- FRIENDSWOOD NEWS for one year. SOUTHEAST NEWS PEARLAND FRIENDSWOOD NEWS Your Ad Will Appear In: «xThe News •The Southeast News •The Southeast Trader Now 32,000 copies From Gulfgate to Pearland - Friendswood -CLASSIFIED AD COUPON Bring or mall to: 132 S. FRIENDSWOOD Box 770 Frlendswood, Tx. 77546 482-4488 Write your classified ad below and please enclose payment. NAME .AJZEBES (Only information written below will appear In ad.) Deadline Monday Noon - 15 cents per extra word over 10

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