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Herbert "Leon" Lee

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Post by Ed. Ledoux on Fri 09 Jun 2017, 10:25 pm

Lets take this a a step further.

best drive-ins.

Keller would even be featured in Carhops, an early 1970s documentary about Dallas drive-ins directed by SMU student Pat Korman.

The disparate cross-section of regulars at Keller's left even its founder stymied as to its makeup.

“Some people ask me, ‘What’s your customer base?’ ” Keller said last year. “I really couldn’t tell you. People who like hamburgers, I guess.”

Among his regulars were four women – including a pair of sisters, both former Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders – who called themselves “the Keller Girls” and who despite their geographic distance have made periodic lunch visits as a group for six years running.

Tuesday night, a handful of customers sat in their cars or near their motorcycles under the drive-in's familiar neon sign on Northwest Highway. They remembered a hands-on owner who often drove in and parked at the lot's far end to keep an eye on things.

 
Jack Keller in an image taken from a 1970s documentary about Dallas carhops.
 


"He'd sneak in all the time," said Dan Padgett of Dallas, who is among the bikers who made Keller's their temporary home. "He'd sit there, incognito. He was a great dude. Sometimes he'd buy rounds [of beer] for us. And then you'd look up and all of a sudden, he's gone."

KELLER, Ridgell Jackson Ridgell Jackson Keller passed away on May 3, 2016. He was born on April 9, 1928, to Lottie Simmons Keller and Ridgell Keller. His family were early residents of Dallas and settled in the 1870s in what is now the White Rock Lake area. As a young man he served in the Merchant Marines and travelled the world, going to Asia, Africa, and Europe. In 1950, he opened the original Keller's Drive In on Samuells Boulevard, followed by the three other Keller restaurants. He was known for his big personality, extraordinary business acumen, neighborhood Fourth of July parties, and iconic Keller's drive-ins. He is survived by his loving wife of sixty-five years, Wilma Keller; his children Jacquelyn Keller, Sharon Keller, Jack Keller Jr., and Jon Keller and his wife Amy; grandson Temple Keller and his wife Kat Li, grandchildren William and Juliette Atkinson and their father Stephen Atkinson, and grandchildren Grace, Kate, Lilly, Jon, and Lottie Keller; many cousins and dear friends. Rosary will be held at 7:00 pm on Sunday, May 8, at St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church, 1404 Old Gate Lane. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 2:00 pm on Monday, May 9, at St. Bernard's, Reverend John Libone presiding. Burial will follow at Grove Hill Memorial Park. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dallasmorningnews/obituary.aspx?pid=179892358#sthash.9zVk29XH.dpuf
 KELLER, Ridgell Jackson Ridgell Jackson Keller passed away on May 3, 2016. He was born on April 9, 1928, to Lottie Simmons Keller and Ridgell Keller. His family were early residents of Dallas and settled in the 1870s in what is now the White Rock Lake area. As a young man he served in the Merchant Marines and travelled the world, going to Asia, Africa, and Europe. In 1950, he opened the original Keller's Drive In on Samuells Boulevard, followed by the three other Keller restaurants. He was known for his big personality, extraordinary business acumen, neighborhood Fourth of July parties, and iconic Keller's drive-ins. He is survived by his loving wife of sixty-five years, Wilma Keller; his children Jacquelyn Keller, Sharon Keller, Jack Keller Jr., and Jon Keller

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dallasmorningnews/obituary.aspx?pid=179892358

In Douglas, the court found that a Texas law doctrine,
referred to as the Kaspar rule, created an exception to compulsory counterclaims in secured
transactions and also applied in federal court. Douglas, 979 F.2d at 1130 (citing Kaspar v. Kellar, 466 S.W.2d 326, 329 (Tex. Civ. App.—Waco 1971, writ ref’d n.r.e.)).
In Kaspar, Henry Kaspar executed a deed of trust to Ridgell Keller as part of the consideration for the sale of real property. Kaspar, 466 S.W.2d at 327. Kaspar later sued for
rescission and recovery of a $75,000 down payment, alleging that Keller induced the sale by fraud.
Id. Keller answered the petition but did not file a counterclaim relating to the note. Id. While Kaspar’s suit was pending, Keller indicated that he intended to foreclose under the power of sale in the deed of trust, and Kaspar responded by obtaining an injunction restraining the foreclosure. Id.
After the case went to trial, the jury found that the sale was not induced by fraud and rendered a take-nothing judgment against Kaspar. Id. Keller then proceeded with the foreclosure under the deed of trust, and he purchased the property for $86,000, which was credited towards the note. Id.
Keller then sued Kaspar to recover the deficiency, and the trial court rendered summary judgment against Kaspar, awarding Keller a total sum of $236,712.85. Id. at 327–28.
On appeal, Kaspar claimed that Keller could not recover the deficiency in a subsequent suit
because that claim was a compulsory counterclaim under Rule 97(a) of the Texas Rules of Civil
Procedure, in Kaspar’s suit to cancel the debt. Id. at 328. The Texas court of appeals initially found that Keller’s claim on the note met “the literal requirements of the Rule so as to constitute it, by its terms, a compulsory counterclaim.” Id. However, the court found that the circumstances of the case required it to find a common-law exception to the compulsory counterclaim rule. The court reasoned
that Keller’s claim on the note was permissive in Kaspar’s suit, because “the mortgagor should not be permitted to destroy or impair the mortgagee’s contractual right to foreclosure under the power of sale by the simple expedient of instituting a suit.” Id. at 329. The Kaspar rule is grounded on the court’s concern that the mortgagor’s voluntary act should not have the effect of forcing the mortgagee’s hand in the election of available remedies. Id.




 Permanent pass cards to Carousel Club, in following names and
numbers:
#177 YOIANDA SALAS, KLIF, Secretary for DON KEYES
#236 MAX RUDBERG
#105 A . J. WILSON, Wilson's Phillips 66 Station
#181 ROCKY POLUISON (or Pobuison) 7
#186 JACK P . WALSH, Texas Aluminum Co ., Inc .
#102 BONNIE H. BELL, $,Dr . C. JACOBSON, Drs. Bldg .
Two (2) Temporary Guest Cards, Sport's Men's Club of
Dallas,-guest of member 183 (not filled in)
COMMISSION EXHIBIT NO. 1322-Continued
and signed SAN SMITH - Times Herald
Slip yellow paper dated November 21, 1963 with notation
"Received of Carousel Club $50.00 through November 17,
#117 FRANK HEALD
#226 JIM KUMPF, KLIF, Sales Executive
#108 Miss TOMMIE HUNTLEY, Merchants State Bank
#179 JOE A. HELM, Officer, Mercantile National Bank
1963" signed SAN SMITH, Times-Herald #145 W . R. GILLIAND, Double-Day Bookstore
#198 HAL PERKINSON, Public Relations
Six telephone note reminders,, described as follows : #180 E . G. WOMACK, Manager, H. L. Green Co .
November 14, 1963, LINDA ZUMWALT, TA 3-6014 #209 SUN BLAKE
November 15, 1963, EMMA SHIP, CH 7-7243 #172 MONTE TIMMONS, Secretary to JACK RUBY
November 14, 1963, ARCHIE ESQUIVEL - TA 4-1158 #196 ED BENEDICT, Associated News and V.P .
(notation he and girl partner do a dance, are from Mexico)
#206 JOHN M . GRIZZAFFI, Re : GLENN BYRD

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Byrd was soft on Italians as a Justice of the Peace.
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