Palacios Beacon (Palacios, Tex.), Vol. 77, No. 21, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 23, 1984 Page: 2 of 16

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TV OW'NERS who want even a greater
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at 1619 First St. [next to Texas Auto
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service of Wlnegard satellite dish
antennas with Drake electronics. Own-
ed and operated by Jimmy Porter [left]
and A1 Arzapalo [right] they can also
handle orders for RCA televisions,
VCRs and video disc players. The
satellite dish antennas, for commercial
and residential use, can pick up 80
stations from 11 existing satellites. The
Arm is open Monday thru Saturday
from 9 a.m.-S p.m. [Beacon Photo by
Nick West]
Police Reports;
Injuries reported in
car-motorcycle accident
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Deadline approaches
for planting insured rice
May 31 is the final
planting date for insured
rice in Matagorda Coun-
ty, according to Ardell
Kalmbach, District Dire-
ctor for the Federal Crop
Insurance Corporation
“Acres of rice planted
by May 31, insured by
FCIC (or by private com-
pany reinsured by FCIC),
must be reported by June
15 to receive full crop
insurance coverage,” sa-
ys Kalmbach.
Acreage planted after
May 31 should also be
Domestic t international
Airline tickets at Airport Prices
1005 H. Virginia Port Lavaca 552-74M
reported on the June 15
acreage report (in the
remarks section) as being
planted too late for insur-
ance coverage.
“The final planting
date of May 31 is the
latest date established by
FCIC to plant and expect
a normal crop to be
produced. Crops initially
planted after this date
are qot insurable unless a
late planting agreement
is signed by May 31,”
Kalmbach said.
Farmers wishing to
discuss local conditions,
such as excessive moistu-
re, that may affect plant-
ing should contact their
local, authorized crop in-
surance agent as soon as
Three persons were
injured in an accident
involving a car and mot-
orcycle last week near the
intersection of Hender-
son and 11th Street.
Lucille Claybourn, 63
of 302 Moore, was cited
to failure to yield right of
way after the car she was
driving struck a motor-
cycle around 12:44 p.m.
May 15.
According to police re-
ports, Claybourn was dri-
ving west on Henderson
and attempted to turn left
into a parking lot. The
vehicle allegedly struck a
motorcycle being driven
by Armando Yanzez San-
chez, 22 of 907 Ritchie,
which was in the east-
bound lane. A passenger
on the motorcycle, Jot
Moya, 18 of 800 Hum-
phrey, was also injured
and taken to Wagner
General Hospital.
On Friday, another ac
cident occurred when a
1981 Toyota being driven
by Martin Cappe, Jr., 52,
collided with a 1979
Oldsmobile being driven
by Margie Vargas of 1309
According to police,
Cappi was driving east on
Morton at 4:30 p.m.
when he allegedly failed
to yield the right of way
to Vargas who was head-
ed north on 2nd Street.
Cappi was cited for fail-
ure to yield right of way.
No complaint had been
signed, nor charges issu-
ed in connection with an
accident which occurred
around 5:20 p.m. Sun-
pt 1
are invited
to the
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for Commissioner
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at the Y Restaurant (14151st St.)
MAY 24TH 6-9 p.m.
'Working for All the People
Bring the family!
day. According to infor-
mation given to investi-
gating officers, a 29-year
old man was injured after
being run over by a car
driven by his girlfriend.
The victim was taken by
ambulance to Wagner
General Hospital with in-
juries to his back, knees
and left arm. Police said
the incident apparently
stemmed from an argu-
ment the couple had had.
As of Monday morning,
the victim had not signed
a complaint against the
driver of the car.
Rape investigated
An arrest warrant has
been issued against a
29-year old Palacios man
in connection with a
sexual assault that alleg-
edly occurred early Thur-
sday morning on Wells
Point Road, according to
the Calhoun County She-
riff’s Department.
Investigator Charles
White said the alleged
assault took place around
4 a.m. Thursday and
involved a 25-year old
Van Vleck woman who
was in the company of
four males. White said a
warrant was issued agai-
nst one of the males
charging rape. He de-
clined to release further
information pending the
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Please Mail to Foster Parents Plan,
155 Plan Way, Warwick, Rl 02887
1-800-556-7918 (toll free)
is opening a Residential & Commercial
building operation out of Palacios !
At 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 26, we will
a 4H steer & have refreshment ‘til it runs out.
Public is invited.
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ft* Adv. Pd. for by Dan Tucker, Treas., 409 Mertie

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