Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1986 Page: 2 of 38
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PAGE tA-THE POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE. THURSDAY JUNE II. 1HI
Retirees to hear Bowman
CORRIGAN - Bob Bowman,
well known humorist and East
-Tens historian, will address Cham-
pion International retirees, senior
citizens and invited guests at Cham-
pion’s Quarterly Polk County lun-
cheon on Monday, June 23,1906. The
luncheon will be held at the
Corrigan-Camden High School
cafeteria at 12:00 noon and will be
hosted by Champion.
Hailed by Texas Monthly
magazine as "Texas’ best collector
of bests", Bowman is also the author
of numerous best selling books on
East Texas. ~
Reward offered county
from page 1
Anyone with information concern-
ing the sign theft or vandalism inci-
dent is asked to call the sheriff’s
department at 327-1710.
A $700 reward is being offered for
information leading to the arrest
and indictment of persons responsi-
ble for a vandalism incident June 2
off Soda Loop East, which resulted
in about $20,000 in damage to county
equipment in Precinct 4. Vandals
took a county-owned loader and used
it to tear down several gates, dig
holes in a road and damage other
county equipment, according to
Precinct 4 Commissioner Paul Har-
Rita Clements to visit here
from page 1
During the Nixon Administration,
die served on the advisory board of
Action, which supervised VISTA and
the Peace Corps.
She was a member of the
Republican National Committee
from 1973 to 197b. Also in 1973, she
was divorced from Bass and in 1975,
she married Bill Clements.
She presently serves on the board
of directors of the United Way of
Dallas, the Texas board of the Na-
tional Museum of Women in the
Arts, the Texas Federation of
Republican Women and the White
House Preservation Fund.
She is an avid snow-skier.
ON SCHEDULE - Although rain has halted work on U.S. 190
East at times during the past month and a half, the project is
still on schedule, according to highway department engineer
Donnis Galloway. “The rain has completely shut us down at
times,” he said, “but we’re not really behind because we had
such a mild winter from January to April.” The department
is also working on FM 350 which will undergo base work, sur-
facing and will be widened “a couple of feet,” Galloway said.
There's no place oh Earth to hide.
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.. KAREN BUCK HSNTEIt MSI 1* IIS MNE NEWMAN JAMES KAREN
Week Nights and Sunday 7:15PM & 9 PM
Saturday 1:15PM, 3PM, 7:15PM, & 9PM
Ends Tonight I
“Short Circuit” *
7:15 & 9 PM »
Judge Mary Placker presiding.
Elridge Augusta Seagroves,
Hoa Pham, no fishing license.
Tri Doan, no fishing license.
Eddie Earl White, no fishing
Tuong Nguyen, no fishing license.
Glenn Abbey, public intoxication.
Jefferson Redfeather, public in-
Louis Moreno, public intoxication.
Tommy Mack Lester, disorderly
Jose Vasquez Rodriguez, no
Montie C. Turnbull, no fishing
Elias Deleruz, no fishing license.
Tommy Neil Greenhill, no fishing
Robert W. Steward, insufficient
Marc W. Weems, no retail truck
fish dealer license.
Jackie R. Metcalfe, no fishing
Floyd R. Clark, insufficient life
Roger David Colvin, terroristic
threat-Class A, $500.
Perry Mark Frank, child support
(contempt of court), bond not deter-
Lisa Marie Hennings aka Mar-
tha Marie Howard, motion to revoke
probation, felony, Harris County,
Lisa Marie Hennings aka Mar-
tha Marie Howard, prostitution
(Harris County warrant), bond
Alice Suzann McCants, DWI,
Jeffery Bazemore, DWI, $1,000.
Judge Harvey Stamper presiding.
Jerry Barber, Corrigan, posses-
sion of marijuana (less than 2 oz.i.
Mike Byrum, assault by threat.
Charles Eugene Drayton, Liv-
ingston, assault by threat.
Ernesto Galen, no driver's license.
Dina Marie Rex, Corrigan, no
David Sartain, no driver's license.
Bryan M. Southerland, Benton,
La., no driver's license.
Andrea Schumann Wilson, Hun-
tington, no driver’s license.
Judge Wayne Baker presiding.
Joe Banks, possession of mari-
Walter Thomas Fiolek Jr., DWI
Thomas Harrison Long, Liv-
James Belton Baird, 20, Kountze
and Mickey Jean Biri, 30, Kountze.
Gary Don Cook, 34,1 jvingston and
Emma laurel Dowden, 30, Liv-
Jerry Walter Coon, 50, Conroe and
Brenda Frances Hyatt, 39, Conroe.
Ezekiel Lawrence Stokes, 76,
Macon, Ga. and Minnie Woodall
Newberry, 67, Cleveland.
Fermin Rodriguez, 24, I jvingston
and Amy McDaniel, 27, Livingston.
Rodney Wayne Whistle, 31, Ijv-
ingston and Theresa Gail Hughes,
Stephen Mark Westcott, 20, Liv-
ingston and Kay Lynn Kachel, 18,
SMOOTH RIDE - One of several road projects in the works
began this week on Church Street. The State Department of
Highways and Public Transportation is “rotomilling” the
outside edges of the highway and will then do some patching
before applying a seal coat. The same work is planned for
U.S. 59 through the city, according to engineer Donnis
Galloway. Work is expected to take two or three months,
depending on the weather.
For the June Bride...
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Something Old Something New
Located In 190 fW Mi Mile W. of the Loop on Hwy 190
Mastercard Open Mon-Frt 10-6 Bridal
SUMMER FAMILY SPECIALS
Weekdays from 5:00 - 8:00 PM
All Day Saturday & Sunday
Buy 3 of any item (3 Burgers, 3 FF’s, 3
Drinks etc.) and get the 4th of the
With This Offer You Can Feed A Family of 4
Delicious Sonic Burgers, French Fries and Med.
Drinks for only
OFFtP NOT OOOO WITH ANY OTHIP COUPON OP SPtCIAL OFFIP
Phone Ahead And We’ll Have
It Ready When You Get Here
HWY. 59 N. o,>-„ 32/ 31/4
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Bo* Office Oi»en 8 00 PM Showtime 8 30 PM
Monday night is carload night 3 00 a c.»r Bnder f> !»«•«•
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1211 N. WASHINGTON
Out of the wit
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HERO IN AMERICA!
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White, Barbara. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1986, newspaper, June 19, 1986; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth781926/m1/2/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.