Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on June 24, 1976 · Page 26
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 26

Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, June 24, 1976
Page 26
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10-B—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Thursday Morning, June 24,1976 Official Records M»rrl« 9 t Ucmm» Mark Prttton Csudit, 21, and Rita Rojrannt Rutledg«, 21, both of Lubbock. Arthor Truman Thackar, J5, and Bobbia Juna Havai, 32, both of Lubbock. Elton Eugana Conger, 29, and Donna Maria Jon«)„ 27, both of Lubbock. Rudy Zambrano, 17, and Esparanza Castillo, 16, both of Lubboc«. William Thomas Bartlay, 24, Oanisa Fraxiar, 22, both of Lubbock. David Richard Cordar, 20^ of Lubbock and Sylvia Harnandaz, 21, of Smy ar. Robert Lane Hogue, 2S, and Judy Carol Oldham, 2«, both of Lubbock. Travit Francis Brians, 27, and Linda Kay Saddler, 20, both of Lubbock. Leon Douglas Joplin, 27, and Susan Lorraine Boling, 24, both of Lubbock. Larry Charles Thorn, 23, and Carole Ann McMullen, 21, both of Lubbock. Larry Dail Griffin, 20, and Carolyn Jo Sherrod, 20, both of Lubbock. Harold Gene Williams, 20, of Lorenzo and Darlene Reed, 18, of Crosbyton. Charles David Steward, 24, and Cynthia Sue Mason, II, both of Lubbock. Eric Ocker Martin, 23, and Kathy Ann Lanti, 22, both of Lubbock. John Franklin Cary. 35, and Linda Louise Bell, 25, both of Lubbock. Lubbock Courts LUBBOCK COUNTY COURT Rodrick Shaw, Judge Presiding In the estate of the late Madalyn P. Epps, application by Clift M. Epps III, independent executor, to probate will. COUNTY COURT-AT-LAW NO. 1 Edwin H. Baadeker, Judge Presiding Radio Paging Services, Inc. against Jim Knox, suit on contract. COUNTY COURT-AT-LAW NO. 1 Gordon Traadaway, Judge Presiding Debra Hunt Wilhite and Mark Wayne Wilhite, suit for divorce. Mike Lumsden against David Royce Irwin, suit on damages (auto). Ramond Flores against Robert M. Beasley, suit on damages (auto). Milton Cannady against Tamas L. Frigyesi, suit on agreement. General Electric Credit Corp. against Mark P. Turner, suit on contract. General Electric Credit Corp. against Sandra Bridges, suit on contract. General Electric Credit Corp. against Curtis L. Campbell and Theresa Thomas, suit on contract. 72nd DISTRICT COURT Oenzil Bavars, Judge Presiding Cora Davis and David Davis, suit for divorce. mh DISTRICT COURT Thomas L. Clinton, Judge Presiding Alvin Thomas, individually and as Next Friend for Kimberlee Thomas, against United Super Markets, suit on personal iniuries (auto). Nancy Ann Barton and Richard F. Barton, suit for divorce. Connie Sammons and Spurgeon C. Sammons, suit for divorce. Wilma E. Campbell against The St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co., suit to set aside insurance awerd. Thomas Alan Pace and Dorothy Janis Pace, suit for divorce. Maydene Hanes against Edward Monroe Landry, suit on personal injuries (auto). General Steel Warehouse, Inc. against S & K Co., Inc., suit on damages. D. Greer and M. Greer, suit for divorce. Ronald Gordon Myers against Beverly Twardiik, suit on personal injuries. 137th DISTRICT COURT Robert Wright, Judge Presiding Bowman Lumber Co., Inc. against Barbara LaFoon Smith, suit on note. 140th DISTRICT COWRT William R. Shaver, Judge Presiding Sandra Nell Johnson and Johnny Dewey Johnson, suit for divorce. George Peter Wargo and Carole Anne Wargo, suit for divorce. Kim Williamson against Town & Country Chevrolef, Inc., suit on contract. P. Griffith and G. Griffith, suit tor divorce. U.S. DISTRICT COURT Halbert O. Woodward, Judge Presiding Donald Gene Mixon against State of Texas, petition for writ of habeas corpus. W. 0. Worley against W. A. Worley, Resthaven Memorial Park of Midland, Jeanne C. Worley, Jane Ogden and Dy- phine Cate, suit on damages. Texis Supreme Cowt AUSTIN (AP) — Texas Supreme Court: Civil appeals reversed, trial court affirmed: Universal Metals & Machinery vs James T Bohart, Dallas. Civil appeeais reversed, remanded to that court tor determination of merits of appeal; Texas State Board of Pharmacy vs Gibson's Discount Centers Inc., Travts. Applications: Writ of error granted: General Dynamics Corp. vs Comptroller Bob Bullock, Travis. Writ of error refused, no reversible error: Beaumont vs George T. Kinard, Jefferson. Patsy Jones vs Leon L. Whiteiey, Tarrant. Foster Financial Corp. vj Bricrcroff Savings & Loan Association, Dallas. Hertz Equipment Rental Co. vs Southweestern Bell Telephone Co., Tarrant. Leo Michna vs Houston, Harris. John Price vs Rev. D.J. Fontenot, Harris. Mustang Aviation Inc. vs Ranger Insurance Co., Dallas. San Antonio Indepeendent School District vs San Antonio, Bexar. Motions: Rehearing of applications tor writ of error overruled: Louise Mueller vs Charter Oak Fire insurance Co., Dallas. Grove Manufacturing Co. vs Cardinal Construction Co., Brazoria. Dave Sowell vs John O. Regian, Johnson Transport Insurance Co. vs Bernard L. Jaeger, Harris. Leave to file petitions for writ of mandamus overruled; Henderson County Title and Abstract Co. vs County Clerk Joe Dan Fowler. Vanda Greenwood Collins vs Judge Wyatt H. Heard. Oivvrces Granted Martha Ruth Isbell and Don Carlos Isbell. Jay Howard Hall and Sandra Lanelle Denham Hall. Cieo Faye Abston and Carl E. Abston. Warranty Deeds Elmer C. Martin Jr. and wife to Thomas A. Martin and Karen L. Martin, Lot 13, W 10' Lot 14 BIk. 3 University PI. Josephine S. Maddox and others to Ralph L. Edwards, Trustee, Lots 15, )6 Neal & Alexander Addn. E.L. McGowan, Ind. and Ind Exec, of the Estate of Vena Alice McGowan, Dec'd to Guadalupe V. Garza, Lot 2 BIK. 9 Martin-Ameen Addn. Albert Skibell and wife, Archie Ski- bell and wife, and Irvin Skibell and wife to Sam Moses, Undiv. Interests Lots 5, 6, 7 BIk. 27 Replat Modern Manors 2nd Inst. Alice Chancey, acting by and through attorney in fact, Geneva Kubacak to Mary Mann, Lot 13 BIk. 4 Flynn PI. Addn. Vondelle Moxley to Durward D. Mahon Jr. and wife, Lot 8 BIk. 8 University PI. Larry V. Crawford and wife to Max Rutledge, Lot I Bik. 5 West Gate Dr. Inst. 3 Don C. Isbell to Martha Ruth Isbell, E 40* Lot 6, W 30' Lot 7 Melonie Pk. South Addn. Kelly Wayne Eubank and wife to Lorin Kumley and wife. Lot 2 Bik. 14 O'Neal Terrace Annex Betty C. Evans to Alvin G. Evans, Lot 9 Bik. 2 Tyler Square Addn. Lee Paul Shellberg fo Philip Piserchio « Linda L. Piper, E 25' Lot IB, W 40' Lot 19 Bik. I Sunny Slope Addn. Lee Paul Shellberg fo B.J. Piper and wife, W r Lot 2a E 20* Lot 19 81k. I Suitny Slope Addn. 2 X 4 X 6 FT. • What you need for any utility building project • Buy now and save! 6 Ft. WOODEN LADDER • Built sturdy to give years of dependable service • Steel reinforced steps with handy paint bucket shelf Reg. 15.99 K )88 4 Ft.x 8 Ft. T1L£ BOARD • Great for both kitchen and bath • Baked enamel finish; helps solve moisture and mildew problems • Seven different designs and colors to choose from Reg. 10.99 POLY PLASTIC • Teor and puncture resistant and flexible even in cold weather • Can also be used in rock gardens • In clear or black • 10' X 25' roll Reg. 4.99 MASKING TAPE • (Perfect for color separating, mending, sealing and any masking job • %"x60-yds. Reg. 79< ea. Limit 6 shop I save Op«n Sunday for tvt* of m»t items «t ^ppiicabl« umittf ctcts law. ^ OlTwr Qi Ffi^ jK>«d Wadiuwiay, Jum 30. WEEKDAYS 9T0 9 l jraphlcil «rron. Sorw« l»nai on »»té, SATURDAY 9 TO 9 SUNDAY re TO 7 <-.ii v-f. at ragular pricu, Hànay Dan guarafitaas purcbaM of a atta itam at tha tala prtea by • vtrtu« of a rain- ■■ ehèek (f Quarftftiairim aKh«uti#A (mxclwM * ara itamsdesignatad "WhitaCuarttit^Lact"}. r sminili UMoiuT m ' HanJy Dan I r»» Handy Dan Super One Coal WALL PAINT • The finest interior wall paint available • Extremely durable surface can be washed time and time again • Dries rapidly to an odorless, self-priming flat finish Reg. 7.99 gal. Super One Coat HOUSE PAIIVrT • For all wood masonry surfaces; covers in one coat • Ready to use; applies easily and quickly • Resists fading, chalking, peeling, cracking and staining Reg. 10.99 gal. 50 Ft. Outdoor EXTENSION CORD • Heavy duty UL outdoor all- weather cord ideal for garden and outdoor tools • 3 conductor • 16 .AWG • No. 2316-050 Reg. 10.99 4 Shelf UTIUTY UNIT • Extra heavy duty steel unit built for extra heavy loads • Shelves adjust at 1%" intervals • Battleship grey color • Easy to assemble • No. 59A3 Reg. 12.99 I k ||¿Ctric''0‘° AFTER 6/30/76] CHARCOAL STARTER • 120 volts, 525 watts, 16" long; 2 wire cord • No. 77VP Reg. 2.99 VOID AFTER 6/30/76 1 Lb. FOAM FLAKES • Perfect for reupholstering chairs, pillows, etc. —’C Reg. 69< bag. §errymon - I @m!9i2Ft. POWERLOCK TAPE • Yellow blade protected with mylar • Easy to read and takes 3 to 10 times more abrasive wear than other blades • Position blade lock; no creeping • No. PL12 Reg. 5.89 Berryman CHEMTOOL Removes Gum & Varnish • Dissolves gum and varnish deposits from PVC valves, automatic chokes, carburetor parts and linkage, etc. • 15 oz. can Reg. 2.29 • Opaque hose in bright grass green • No. 501-50 Reg. 6.99 18 Inch Hang-up BBO GRILL • 3-position 18" grill with handle • Legs have wheeir for easy mobility • Folds up in hanging position for easy storage • 22" high Reg. 5.97 VOID AFTER 6/30/761 Parana Pine LETTERS & NUMBERS • Ready to finish • Approx. 3y2"x8" letters or 4"x8" numbers Reg. 1.89 ea. VOib~\?TER“6/M/76 6 Volt LANTERN BATTERY • Choice of spring top or screw top Reg. 2.29 iVH/L£ QUANTITIES LAST! SORRY. NO RAINCHECKSf VOID AFTER 6/30/76 Vt Peck POTTING SOIL • A perfect soil conditioner blended especially for this area Reg. 99< VOID AFTER 6/30/761 \ RtFRIGERAN’ FREON 12 • For auto air conditioning units Reg. 1.69 Limit 2 4 inch LAVATORY FAUCET with pop-up • All chrome plated brass • Features metal handles, pop-up, re-new valves and seats • No. 70A Reg. 16.99 FREE CLINIC! “HOWTO REMOVE MILDEW” FrL-June 25th-6:30 RM. Sat. • June 26th.-1:00 & 4:00 RM. Sun. • June 27th - 2:00 RM. VOID AFTER 6/30/76 ____ COUPON* Max 44 MILDEW REMOVER • Removes mildew ori contact from almost all surfaces • 1-pint Reg. 2.49 ■S', -’•c 'í-, A

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