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The Tyler Courier-Times from Tyler, Texas • 14

Tyler, Texas
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1 vw li Tjlr CarterTlaM1lef rapk SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1978 Sec. 1 Renters Lunchson Quite ef tk I'M: Rose Retirement Club's Telephone Pioneers of South-' western Bell Telephone Co. will observe Thanksgiving with a luncheon Wednesday, in the Women's Building, 911 S.

Broadway, the club said. A fellowship period is to begin at 11 am, followed by an 11:30 a.m. luncheon. Officers said there will be no regular business meeting of the club for November. Prince Ahmed of the Arabian Nights was given a tent that could cover an entire army but could also be carried in his pocket.

11278 through 11878 26-Week Money Market Certificate Available, however rate ii quoted on an annual basis and is subject to change upon maturity. Minimum investment: interest penalty for early withdrawal on Money Market Certificate.) This week's rate is currently quoted and paid at: EAST TEXAS INVEST IN COMMERCIAL -REAL ESTATE i minimum $2,500.00, produces income tax benefits andother odvon- Horn Ofrirr: 218 North Broad a For all off irn. rail 595-4561 Branch (fc: South Broadway at Loop 323, Lindale, Chandler 561 7470 KIYA REALTY 56U341 CINEMA IV PLANS REVEALED; THEATER DUE TO OPEN NEXT SPRING New Theater Complex Planned ru rjto stalled. Sinclair and Wright will be architects, while B. M.

R. Interest is the contractor. SOUTHERN OAKS BAPTIST CHURCH S.B.C. work and footing under way. It will face the Troup Highway, and opening is planned in the spring of 1979.

Dan Goodwin of Cinemark said, "We were well pleased to be able to move into this location into a growing market in Tyler. The fantastic growth rate of the city, especially with the pattern moving south, will give us an opportunity to meet the needs of our customers." He said the four-plex, ultramodern sound and projection equipment is the best available for this type of theater, plus up-to-date rocking seating will be in VJi Vvy LWiLWJiiVL! 9:45 SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 MORNING WORSHIP 7 PM EVENING WORSHIP COPELANDRD. AT AMHERST A $200,000 building permit for a new theater complex was filed Friday afternoon for Cinema IV, which will be located at Troup Highway and East Southeast Loop 323 near the Green Acres Bowl. Operators for the building will be Qnemark, of Dallas, the same firm which has Gaslite IV in north Tyler. Owners of the building will be Roosth and Genecov.

The four-auditorium theater will have 960 seats total, with two theaters accomodating 272 persons each, and the other two seating 208 each. The theater will be similar to Gaslite IV. and construction started last week with ground Continuing Ed Classes Slated The Continuing Education Department of Tyler Junior College will repeat the self-paced Audio Visual Review for persons qualified to take the Real Estate License Examination. WON LOST Sears Let Sears handle that next jbig home improvement job for you! I WWL HO Howard Hughes Case Political corruption prosecution a. uls.

iirais mm Death Penalty Case Telephone Rate Case Complete Home Services Blown-in insulation Painting Continuous guttering Security Bars Wall paper Patio and concrete Septic tanks Custom railing Remodel and alterations Phone 561-5101 for FREE estimates. Registration will be from p.m. on Monday in room J115, Jenkins Hall on the TJC campus. A fee of $10 is required for tuition and handout material. Instruction for using the Dial-Access System will be given at the.

first classroom meeting. The review lessons will be available in the Vaughn Library from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the following schedule: Lesson 1 Nov. 8-9-10; Lesson 2 Nov.

13-14; Lesson 3 Nov. 15-16-17; Lesson 4 Nov. 20-21; and Lessons 5 and 6 Nov. 27-28-29. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Continuing Education Department at 597-1536.

TYLER, TEXAS Sears Where America shops Broadway Square Mall 561-5101 SCARS. ROCBIU'K AND CO. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back As Attorney General. John Hill: Attracted top legal talent to the office of the state's lawyer, bringing greater respect for the office as well as posting an impressive list of courtroom successes on behalf of the taxpayers and all at a budget which stayed within the size of normal state agency increases. Achieved this accomplishment by hiring talented people who could put out better work and more work leading to a doubling of the average number of cases handled by lawyers in the Attorney General's office.

you pay $250. or more for a As Governor. John Hill will lead Texas: In Washington, to win fights to give us sound and workable national energy policies and agricultural policies, which will give Texas a fair shake and protect our energy and agricultural resources from being exported to other states at unfair prices. In Austin, to achieve property tax relief without new or additional taxes public education improvements better law enforcement utility rate relief and better handling of our water resources. XT W7 1 Join The Winning Side.

Join The Hill Campaign. ijfr U. 1 f' oioiHiiffiiinJo YKItXOK Our Everyday Price is if it i 4 This is not a It's our everyday price! If you paid less, we'll bet you got less than the services offered by our expert staff, Ted, David, Ray Marty. Karl's, Tyler's oldest and largest shop, backs your every purchase. i i.

AE-1 with f1 .8 lens $319.00 A'i 1- THE OLD ENGLISH VILLAGE Political Advaftitinfl Paid For By Eot Taxoni for John Hill Billy Kibfes, Chairman P.O. Box 7550, Tyler, Tx 7571 1 and the following John Hill iupporter: Ronald E. Fix, Richard Groingar, Kan Millar, Jock Norwood, Kannath R. Barron, Chat tar C. Timb.

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