The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1982 Page: 4 of 31

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Juno 3, 1982 Pago 4
Club Pocahontas
it Indian Bills Plaza
Buchanan Dam, Texas
• Steaks
• Shrimp
• Salad Bar
• Cocktails
DINNER DAILY 6 P.M. to 10 PJvl.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
PIANO BAR & DANCING
♦ VISA AND MASTER CHG. HONORED ♦
Beautifully Desiffned - Good Food - Good Times
CLUB POCAHONTAS
Intersection Hwy. 29 and RRI43 I - Buchanan Dam
OPEN DAILY 4 P.M. - CLOSED MONDAY
PH.512-793-6128 PH.512-793-2854
Reeds Attend
Teich Reunion
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Reed
have recently returned from a
Teich family reunion in Chi-
cago.
The reunion was part of
ceremonies marking the dedi-
cation of a building where the
first postcard was made. This
building was given to the city
of Chicago by Ralph Teich,
descendent of Curt Teich
marker of the first postcard.
Some 85 relatives attended
the reunion from Germany.
Switzerland. Alaska and
Texas.
Plans are to make the
building into a traveling mu-
seum so that the collection of
picture postcards may travel
all over the U.S.
Curt Teich is the brother of
Frank Teich who lived around
the Llano area. Frank Teich is
the father of Mrs. Frankie
Foster of dvno and the
grandfather of Mrs. Reed.
DICK CR1SS
THE QUALIFIED, ENDORSED CANDIDATE
for
Associate Justice, Place 2, Third Court of Appeals
DICK CRISS SAYS: "It is my promise
that, on the Third Court of Appeals,
justice with integrity will prevail, and
politics will be locked out."
Dick Criss has been a trial attorney in
private practice for 22 years. He has tried
cases, written briefs and argued in courts
at all levels from the Justice of the Peace
to the Texas Supreme Court. He has
appellate experience, and has written
briefs and argued cases in the Courts of
Appeals in many cities including Austin,
Waco, San Antonio, Tyler and Texarkana.
Dick Criss is truly educated and experienced in the demanding skills
required to review the cases before the Court in an objective manner,
and to submit fair determinations in an honorable manner.
Politicians have no place in your courts; only Dick Criss has the legal
background needed for your Court of Appeals. He has experience in
hundreds of cases — writing — and arguing them before the courts.
His opponent is a professional office seeker now in a race for a fourth
different office in two different parts of the state. Currently he is a
lobbyist who has never handled the trial or appeal of a law suit
DICK CRISS WON THE STATE BAR POLL OF ATTORNEYS
AND THE ENDORSEMENT OF AUSTEN FURSE, the third
candidate in the May 1st primary, BECAUSE HE IS THE ONLY
QUALIFIED CANDIDATE IN THIS RUNOFF.
PLACING FIRST for the Junior High Track ^aam wars sixth grader* (front row,
left to right) Angie Scott, first in the 40Q dash and 800 relay; Traci Osbourn,
800 and 1600 relay; Felixia Wagner, 80|F relay and 1600 run; (back row, left
to right) Carlota Kent, 1600 relay; Traci Rogers, 1600 relay, Sabrina Glasgow,
discus; and Susanna Koch, 1600 relay. (Llano News photo by Dodie Vierus)
* * If It don't warm up toon, somebody is gonna hatta
clean out that stove!”
VOTE FOR
MCK CRISS
JUNE 5TH!
For a Qualified Court — Justice, not Politics.
(Pal Ad Pad tor by Cnas for Aaaocwte Justice. Place 2. Ace Pickens Treasurer. 1300 Americas Bank tmer Austin >xaa 71701)
Accent on Health
FROM THE
TEXAS DEPARTMENT
OF HEALTH
RESIDENTS CAN HELP
IN MOSQUITO REDUCTION
Mosquitoes, which can
disrupt sleep And take the fun
out of many activities are at
their peak during the traditio-
nal summer vacation months.
In addition to being peskey,
they can transmit disease.
Mosquitoes must have
water in which to hatch their
eggs, and individuals can play
a big role in reducing the
number of places where water
collects.
When ground water col-
lects, after a rain for instance,
it usually draws what health
officiails call flood water mos-
quitoes. These mosquitoes are
very aggressive and will even
attack you during the daylight
hours, but they seldom carry
disease, said Dickens.
After the water stands for
awhile, however, and they
become stagnanat, it draws
the Culex quinquesfasciatus,
commonly called the Culex
mosquito. This mosquito is a
carrier of enciphalitis and
usutSjjyfertilght feeder.
Jimmie D. Dickens, Director
of th<4 Texas Department of
Health General Sanitational
Division, said some mosqui-
toes lay their eggs in old tires,
tin cans, or water holding
containers in which eggs may
remain unhatched for weeks or
months until they are covered
with water.
To prevent the hatching of
mosquitoes, Dickens urges all
homeowners to check their
premises for anything which
holds water. Containers may
be turned upside down or
Direct Deposit:
Can you find a better
way to save time, money;
gas, and postage?
Doritbank
on it
Having your
monthly social security,
pension, civil service,
retirement checks or
payroll checks mailed
directly to University
Savings is the smartest,
safest move you can
make for your money.
Through Direct
Deposit, your checks
are mailed directly to
the University Savings
account of your choice.
So you save time, gas,
and postage.
And you also save
the interest you’d lose
on your money if you
delayed the deposit by
making it yourself.
deductions on the weekly,
semi-monthly, or monthly
plan of your choice.
Call the University
Savings office nearest
you and ask about Direct
Deposit. It’s a time saver.
A money saver. And a
money maker.
Direct Deposit alsp
helps you save money
through direct payroll
Like your bank used to be.
Only better.
Over $2 billion in usets.
Over BO convenient Matewide office*. In Llano, 907 Ford Streer/247-5791. Member FSUC
thrown away if needed. One
thing people often don’t think
about is their roof gutters.
"The gutters may get clogged
so that water stagnates to
allow mosquito production.
Homeowners should check
their gutters and unclog their
drain pipes several times a
year,”. Dickens advised. He
also said that you should
change the water and scrub
vases holding water twice a
week. Watering pans of pets
and chickens should be emp-
tied daily. Change water in
bird baths twice weekly and
stock fish pond with mosquito
eating fish he urged.
Texans should check the
screens on their windows and
doors and fix any in need of
repair. Doors and windows
should fit tightly.
If you must go out of doors
when mosquitoes are present,
he urges the wearing of some
insect repellent, which can be
purchased at almost any store.
Sprays also are available for
killing mosquitoes which get
inside a home or place of
business. All chemicals should
be used according to directions
on the containers.
For more information on the
Mosquito-Borne Encephalitis
Surveillance Program, contact
Kingsland TOPS
Chapter Formed
A new chapter of T.O.P.S
(Take off pounds sensibly)
weight control organization
has been formed in Kingsland.
The chapter meets'’at 6:30
p.m. each Monday at the
V.F.W. Armadillo Post on
Hwy, 1431 in Kingsland.
Officers for the chapter are
Guy Simpson'. Leader; Shirley
Leverett, co leader; Dora
Sales, secretary; Betty Simp-
son, treasurer; Sue Thorton,
weight records: and Wanda
Isbell, reporter.
For more information about
T.O.P.S. and the new chapter
call Guy Simpson at 388-6186.
Come join us and get in
shape for the summer the fun
way.
The two 1,350 foot tower*
of the World Trade Center
in New York City occupy
only two acre*, but can ac-
commodate 130,000 people.
Paul V. Fournier, Bureau of
Labortories, Texas Depart-
ment of Health, 1100 W 49th
St., Austin, Tx., 78756.
For additional information
on mosquito (control contact
Jimmie D. Dickons. General
'Sanitation Division, at the
same address.
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Cunningham, T. H. The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1982, newspaper, June 3, 1982; Llano, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1037957/m1/4/ocr/: accessed February 19, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.

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