The Eagle from Bryan, Texas on November 3, 1974 · Page 8
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The Eagle from Bryan, Texas · Page 8

Bryan, Texas
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Sunday, November 3, 1974
Page 8
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PageHA Sunday, November 3,1974 Bryan-ColleK*' Station, Texas TheKa^le Bll.t AND PATSY PKRRY are the owners-operators of The Grapevine at 315 Texas Avenue in College Station. The Grapevine is a delicatessen and wine market, specializing in sandwiches, cheese plates and a variety of wines by the glass, bottle or case. The Grapevine is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. bcs b ^s. 'n e s s bu Bill UUoll SPORTSWEAR FABRICS 1-5 Yard Lengths Oi Various Fabrics Seersucker, Cottons, Cotton & Poly Blends. Great Selection... ^ NOW 66 S d SALE!! 100% TEXTURIIED POLYESTER SURALENE 144 Fabulous Plaids, Solids, Houndstooth Checks All Colors and Co-ordinatinq ^ ' Colors...44 45" Wide...All On Bolts The New Look In Fashion Is Here Now... 1 VO SALE!! SALE ^ SALEH IMITATION SKINS (REG » 98 YD) Full 54" Wide- Great Colors All On Tubes Suede & Vinyls Great... 22 YARD BHWMâMtBIORD int. HANCOCK FABRICS A GIFT WRAPPING SERVICE has been started by Mrs. Pat Houdek, left at her Unique Wig Palace, located in the Plantation Shopping Center, 2014 Texas Ave. The new service includes all occasion wrapping for any sized gift as well as mailing out those gifts so designated. Showing off some of the finished handywork are Debbie Scharber, center, and Nan Houdek, right. Horn Joins Houston Ad Agency Kdward L. Horn, 36, a San Antonio native, has been named an account executive with Martin, Darrell, Ross. Inc., Houston advertising and public relations agency. Horn has 13 years of newspaper experience. He served as a rejwrter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegrani, (lalveston Daily News and the Houston Post, He was later 60 SERIES G60-14 G60-15 AS LOW AS 00 plus tax 10 . 00-20 9.00^20 8.25-20 - AnENTION TRUCKERS PREMIUM GRADE ONLY! 12 pi» 12 pi» 12 pi» ■ AnENTION HUNTERS - $115 plus tax $90 plus tax $80 plus tax WE CARRY PIRELLI, DUNLOP, ARMSTRONG AND CARNEGIE!!! We Will Beat All Locally Advertised Prices! 4 IF YOU SEE A TIRE THAT IS ADVERTISED LOWER THAN OURS, BRING IN THE PAGE THAT THE ITEM APPEARS ON AND WE WILL BEAT THAT PRICE ON COMPARA BLE QUALITY JASY CREDIT DEALERS WELCOME House of Tires COULTER AT TEX. AVE 822 7139 Bryan Houston Pasadena-Conroe your fashion fabrics SUPERMARKET" managing editor of the Bryan Daily Kagle and the Temple Daily Telegram. Before joining MDR, Horn spent a year at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale where he taught journalism and served as editorial director of the campus newspaper, the Daily Egyptian. He was graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Journalisni degree in 1961. Mansard House Opening Slated For Thursday Thom liandazzo and Harry Seaback will hold the formal opening of their new restaurant. Mansard House, Thursday at 3 p.m. The restaurant is located at 1401B on FM road 2818 in College Station (Behind K- Mart) Fitzgerald Joins Calbert-Logan Bill Fitzgerald, formerly with Corbusier Chevrolet, has been named Sales Manager at Calbert-I/)gan Pontiac-Buick, CONSUMER ADVOCATE RALPH NADER said in River Falls, Wis. recently that the auto industry (GM, Ford, Chrysler, American, and foreign makers) should start making safety its number one product (UPI Photofax I ‘ The Leaders of the Nation . .1 believe that to be qualified for the position of the U.S. Representative (which is indet‘d part of the leadership of the nation) is to be qualified to be the leader of the nation, or the ability to make decisions if the I '.S. Representative were the President. However, no person could make such decisions as a person (not even the I^esident as a IMTson I, but can make these decisions if available to formulations that can make thousands of computations within secjmds, with precise accuracy. .1 am a history book Republican. Throughout American history 1 sidt*d up with the Republicans mt»sl of the time (well in cases of monetary responsibility vs. anti-responsible monetary policies, that almost w recked the nation many times in our American history, but was rescued by the Federalists and later by the Republicans |. However, in American history, differences were settled by debate, but todav should not be settled by debate buy by formulations that cannot be wrong. As our Ameruan economy Ix'comes m(*re complex, and as the w orld economy bec<»mes more complex, a person as a (NTSon is no longer capable of making these decisions. My job as a U.S. Representative, would be to use the instrumentation of economics, in* strumentation of engineering, and the power of the machine, to work for the people and the nation and not against the (HMtple and the nation. It is not a question of earning, but a cast* of efficiency. Carl i Uligliaao koiiublkm ùndidale tor II. S‘. Rvpresentathe 6th (.‘upf/rnssiunal District I'dlilu ,it Aily I'.11(1 1 III Niqli>i/ro. f O Ho« BIB Ht drni Tr<

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