The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on December 31, 1972 · Page 9
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,r NEW MOTEL -- Construction! to already underway for the 100- room, double-level I* Quint* Motor Inn at the intersection of E. 12th and Fronton Sts. The motel is »joint project of the.Barshop Motel Enterprises, Inc. of San Antonio and PIC Realty Co., a subsidiary of the Prudential Insurance Company of America, Constructed with » Spanish motif, toe motel will use arches, grillwork, stucco and red tiles to complement Spanish interior furnishing and will also feature a swimming pool. Theer are currently 13 La Quinta motels in operation, eight under construction and 10 planned for construction' in a nine-state area. Canada Leads List Of Winter Visitors R e g i s t r a t i o n of winterner; Mrs, Albena Herrick, resident a wi* the Brownsville Stumer; Mr. «nd Mrs. Harold Chamber of Commerce surged lama, Jesup; L.L. and Fern past the 2,001 mark last week Reed, Btoomfield; Mr. and Mrs. with the addition of 2S1 new ·nival* from 27 US. states and Canadi; T o t a l Oscar Uirlmanger, Clinton; ilr. and Mrs. Ivan Heuer, ;alamus; Guy and Nina Foore, winter resident B l o c k t o n ; Inex Burcher, registration to date comes to 2,1* 'a««r the additional 2S1 visitors signed up between Dec. K and 28th. Cwadt was the leider during tin last reporting period with M registrants and Minnesota was second with 24 winter residents Third place was a tie between Michigan and Missouri, each contributing 24 winter Tisitors, Following it a list by states rt penons signing np with the B r o w n s v i l l e Chamber of Commerce winter residents prop-Ma between DM. 22 and Dec. 28: ARKANSAS: Mr. and Mrs. Byron Sams, Cherokee Village; Mr. and Mis. L,G Reynolds, Mountain Home; CttMFbRNrn:Mr. and Mrs- Manuel J, Sousa, Vacaville; Mr. and Mr*. Harold T Jones, Palm Desert; COLORADO? Mr. and Mrs. .Wayne N Thurloa, Pneblo; Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Sovden, Ft. Collini; MM J. Swartz, Fairplay; Vivian Murphy, Fairplay; CONNECTICUT: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson and Kerleea, Norwich; ;' TUjKOBr Hi* and George ' Wtorfer, Hoffman Estates; ' Emest A. Oson, Sandwich; Mr. toid 'Mrs. Harry J. Aiders, Grand Mound; Mr. and Mrs. John L Sullivan and family, Pana; Mr. and Mrs, J.Pi Witherbee, Knoxville; Alice Burstein, Chicago; INDIANA: Mr. and Mrs, Dwight Gadbury, Hartford City; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peterson, Anderson; Doyle S. Horto^ 'Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Putterpaugh, Markle; Mrs Esther P. Duskin, Whiting; Mr and Mrs. Bernie Morgan, Sr. Wapakoneta; KANSAS: Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Lappan and family, Valley Center; Harold P. Lynskey, Wicbita; Mr. and Mrs. H.A. ( a n w a r r e n , Lyons; Mrs. Harmie MoCorty, Holyroad; Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. .Hoppe, [jnsing; Mr. and Mrs. Al Kangeisdorf, Atchison; Mr. and Kay Sawyer, Chatham: Muncie; IOWA: Weiss, Heinbeck; Mr and Mrs Otto Furr, Grinnell; Mr. ant Mr. and Mrs. Ray family, Martensdale; Mr. an( Mrs. Henry Lauber, Grinnell; Marion Stephens, Mt. Ayr; Mr tfr. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Gay, Branson; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kampelman, St. Louis; Donald, Helen and Janet Spangler, St. Joseph; Guy and iuth Slaybough and family, St. Joseph; MONTANA: Mr. and Mrs'. Wm. Oblander, Ballantine; Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Bowmsn, Big Timber; NEBRASKA: Mr. and Mrs. G o r d o n Harvey, Orchard; Robert W. Divine, darks; Mrs. Guy Cole, Qneal; Urs Alva Powers, Larned; UTS. C.B: Spradlin, Gamett: KENTUCKY: Mr. and Mrs. Bendon 0. Wright, Fulton; INDIANA: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith Jr. Indianapolis; MASSACHUSETTS: Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Beinhordt, Cotuit; MICHIGAN: Sofie J. Barber, Detorit; Harry C. Kline and wife, Temperance; Mr. and Mrs. Holliss W. Earle, Flint; Paul Fressel, Flushing; Mr. and M r s . James M. Chase, Kalamazoo; Chuck and Gladys Cooncell, Gaksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Neiman, Cdbemish; Cecil and Leona MCKone, Prescott; Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Kinney, Flint; and Mrs. Matt Oliva, Iron River; Joe and Rita Bourque, Dearborn; Howard and Leona Gibbs, Flushing; Mr. and Mrs, Evi Branson, Bay City; MINNESOTA: Mr. and Mrs. Mik« Minor, Isanti; Mr. and Mrs. Wm Justin, Minneapolis; r. and Mrs. Harry Senger, Elk River; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grohs, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Connolly and family, Bloomington; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Folland and family, Owatonna; Mr. and Mrs Gordon L. .House, Cottage Grove;,Mr. and Mrs. Orland Bruntori, Osakis; Mr. and Mrs Glair Moravetx, Canby; Mr. am M r s . ' Vernon Deziel and daughter, St. Paul; MISSOURI: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Carrel, Stewartsville; Dorothy and Andy Beckman, K a n s a s City; Mable M. Mahoney and family, Drayton; Mr. and Mrs. Victor ^Roesfer, * * * NEW JERSEY: Harry and Robert C. Gregg, S. Fulton; NEW YORK: Lyle Wm. Hart, Leonard; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hagel and family, Wyndmere; Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Bergstrom, Devils Lake; OHIO: Mrs. Marion Loos, Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Warren R, Kroeger, Cuyahoga Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Brown, Doyton; OKLAHOMA: Mrs. Jack L. Mohr and family, Oioctow; SOUTH DAKOTA: Mr. and Mrs. Paul 0. Titzs, Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Wilson, Sioux Falls; TENNESSEE: Mr. and Mrs. TEXAS: .Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Clyde, Midland; Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Oakley and family, WASHINGTON: Mr. and Mrs Wayne C- Stanley, Vancouver; WISCONSIN: Mr. and' Mrs Wm. P Duinn, JoAnn Junkins Madison; Helen K. Smith Clenwood City; Edward am Adele Nickel, New Richmond; WYOMING: Mr. and Mrs R.D. Tuck, Guernesey; CANADA: Mr. and Mrs. H Kelly, St. Davids, Cut: Mr. am Mrs. A. Fedrau and family Watrous, Sask.; Mr. and Mrs E.R. Wolfe, Regina, Sask.; Cy a n d Mary Lou Akiens Hamilton, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs J.McDonald, Oshawa, Ont. N O R T H DAKOTA: Fred V i c t o r i a ; Foster Rinefort, College Station, De Phetle Greene, Houston; * * * Visitors' Schedule of winter residents party club admission by membership card or ticket stub from Thursday night party. 7:30 p.m. -- "Merry Squares" square dance club. Especially Small charge for dancing. No charge for watching. In addition to these activities there will b e a n intermediate Spanish class Tuesday and Friday morning starting at 9:30 at Dean Porter Park. Mrs. Laurence H. Wiegert and Saliivai, St. Joseph; Clarence and Nona Peterson, Kansas City? Tberon and Bettie Smith, St. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. otto Korman, Sum- Eugene Burrell, Springfield; How can you lose weight and keep it off for good ? Due to the New Year Holiday and convention in the Civic Center, there will be some changes in this week's schedule of activities. New Year's Day, Monday, Dean Porter Park. TUESDAY PORTER PARK PAVILION 9:30 a.m. intermediate Spanish :lass. 12:00 noon--Pot luck luncheon, Bring covered dish, table service and your own bread. Coffee and soft drinks available in the pavilion. Eat at noon. Handcrafts, cards and just "chatting after lunch. 9:30 p.m. -- All beginner Spanish class. WEDNESDAY PORTER PARK PAVILION 1:30 p.m.--Informal dancing class (waltz, two-siep, and pattern dancing. 7:30 p.m. -- Weekly Winter --card party. Games of your i choice. Prizes. THURSDAY PORTER PARK PAVILION JACOB BROWN AUDITORIUM 7:30 p.m. -- Weekly, social dance. 7:30 p.m. -- Weekly winter residents' club party. Door prizes, refreshments, games, bingo, entertainment, and dancing, Admission by membership, or a small donation at the door. All visitors welcome to the big class Jorge Castro, son of Mr. weekly party. - - -.. - . - FRIDAY PORTER PARK PAVILION Pwhops you've bmnea dfett before. You Iowa' few pounds and DM* something happens and y03 90 riQntbodt weighll ; ode* oAa far oB T inreiQM IhrwML bear* »oh a day p*w mods and THURSDAY - Fin* U*tted Hetkudlit Ctarcb M OM Afcf RM4 BrownsvUe, 7:N p.m. CU M4M b MeAUet 9:30 a.m. -- Intermediate Spanish class. 1:30 p.m. -- Weekly games Brownsville isters Take Vows Sister Superior Mary Helen Sosa, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs John Sosa Sr. of 324 E. St. Francis St., is in charge of the Mount Tabor Noviate, a chapel at tiie Convent at the Missionary Sisters of Jesus, Mary ana Joseph which was dedicated in Corpus Christi recently, by Bishop Thomas J, Drury.' Four sisters made their final vows recently. Sister Mary Bitoni of Corpus Christi, Sister Celia Hernandez of Durango, Mex., Sister Rosario Herrera ol Edinburg, and Sister Avelina Sosa of Brownsville, and two made temporary vows, Sister Fulgencia Martinez o£ I.yford, and Sister Margarita Sllguero of Brownsville. The Texas sisters are a part of a congregation of 250 nuns who take vows of poverty and o b e d i e n c e , and whosa missionary work is among tha poor. Steve and Mary more, Sask; Mr. Keis, Dins and Mrs Maurill Lafond, Anjou, Quebec: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maloney Toronto, Ont; Mr- and Mrs Paul Maloney, Toronto, Ont. Mr. and Mrs .R.J. Reid, Ken nedy, Sask.; Joe Sproul D u n g a n n o n , Ont.; Eugene Maciborka, Windsor, Ont; Mr and Mrs. Russell E. Mills Norland, Ont.; Gwen and Bil Hollywood, Stroffordville, Ont. K a y Belts, Quebec,; Harold Beaurepaire Glenn; Mr and Mrs. C..T. Baker an family, Elmvale, Ont.; Mr. am Mrs. N.L. Lumsden, Regina Sask. Shuffleboard Courts at Porter Park open from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Saturdays and Sundays they are open from 1 to 5 p.m. TURISTA Bowling League Bowls Monday, Wednesday and _ J T . r Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the In : Adkins submitted a letter o Harlingen Manager Quits Post H A R L I N G E N - Citj Manager George Adkins has resigned effective Dec. 31 according to Mayor Ralph Thompson. In a press conference in city hall Friday, Thompson salt t e r n a t i o n a l Lanes. Prizes, Refreshment!!. For further information OD programs end activities for earliest possible date. Thi winter visitors and retirees, contact Miss Lois Humphrey, P.O. Box «11, or telephone LI 2-2064. People And Events ARMY PRIVATE FIRST Jlass Jorge Castro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eliseo Castro of 1797 S t a n f o r d Ave., recently c o m p l e t e d an eight-week telephone switchboard operator course at the U.S. Army Southeastern Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga. 11972 graduate School. of Brownsville High A I R M A N G E R A R D O Quiroga, son of Mrs. Maria A. Corona of 2005 E. Harrison St., has graduated at Lowry AFB, Colo., from the U.S. Air F o r c e supply inventory specialist course conducted by the Air Training Command. Airman Quiroga Is a 1972 graduate of Brownsville High :hool. resignation, to him and th« city commission, requesting that his resignation be accepted at the commission complied with hi. request. Adkins began work as citj manager in Harlingen Aug. 15 His last job aj city manager before coming to Harlingen was in Dell City, Okla. He blamed recent publicity regarding himself and the citj commission as the reason foi resigning. The mayor read portion of Adkins' letter whicl said the publicity has been : source of embarrassment am his usefulness as a citj manager has been impaired I well as impugned. Adkins said he bears nc malice toward anyone am wishes the best for Harlingen and "its fine people." Thompson said Fred Booth city finance director, will be named acting city manager until a suitable replacement can be employed. The mayor also put to rest She rumor that former City Manager John Clary woul return to Harlingen. Asked il there is a possibility that Clary will return, Thompson replied "none whatsoever." The mayor called 'Adkins' resignation "regrettable." gMtJaCLIP SAVE 50c Discount On Each Roll Kodak Color Film Developed With This Coupon Expires 1-6-73 /rn»s VAIUAIIE COUPON SALE PROM IfrOO A.M. TILL 6:00 P.M. | CANNON SHEETS SOLIDS STRIPES FLATS FITTED TWIN 2 57 REG. $3.89 MEN'S DRESS PANTS SELECT GROUP $700 REG. $7.00 1/2 Price Sale SPECIAL GROUPS CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS LADIES" PANTIES 4i $ 1 WHITE (COLORS , SIZES 5-10 REG. 49c SOUTHDOWN BIRDSEYE DIAPERS 1 DOZ. PKG, $197 1 REG. $2.99 REVERSIBLE PILLOWS 2i $ 5 REG. $2.99 MEN'S WORK JEANS 2! $ 7 REG. $4.59 DECORATIVE TOSS PILLOWS $100 1 REG. $1.79 BOYS 1 LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Whit* Only $|27 REG. $157 ' 5' TREE LIFE LIKE Boston Fern, Yucca' Cycas, Oregon $ 10" LOVABLE BRAS 97' VALUES TO $1.79 BABY SWINGS $|]99 REG. $12.99 50% OFF Select Group OF TOYS LADIES' PULLOVER KNIT TOP BLOUSE $|99 Shoppers 7 Special PEACHY PATTY MT W/COKE $119 1 1031 E. ELIZABETH ST., BROWNSVILLE 1

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