The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 26, 1962 · Page 2
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f AM I tdlrorlol—-Adv.—Bl 3-3511—Claj-'fltd—81 3-2*11 "FOODS rOC KNOW, BX TBS POLKS CM KNOW* BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 19*2 NEW COUNTY POLICY NO. I—HEART OF LAKE JACKSON — NO. 2—BEACHWAY SHOPPING CENTER, ANGLETON FOOD SPECIALS GOOD AT BOTH SHORES THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. JULUY 26. 27, 28. ROU STEAK LIBBY'S GOOL OL' SUMMERTIME VALUES SALE BIGGEST PRE-BOOKED BRAND NAMES SALES PROMOTION LIBBY'S GOOD OL' SUMMERTIME VALUES SALE BONELESS Fish Steaks "> 39 Big Ttxai Thick BACON Mohawk BOLOGNA B , by B .. f T ., en , 2 Lb ,98 c STEAK Lb. 85 C lt 39 Mohawk Cinnid PICNIC HAM 3 Lb , 1" PIKE & RUMP Ground MEAT _ __ Lb 39 C Btby Besf Loir* g u |j STEAK _ L , 79 C SHRIMP L , 79° SPRY PURE HOMOGENIZED VEGETABLE SHORTENING 3 Lb. Size LIBBY'S APPLE SAUCE LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL LIBBY'J SLICED PEACHES LIBBY'J HALVES PEACHES 1 LIBBY'S GOOD OL' SUMMERTIME VALUES SALE MM , LIBBY ' S LIBBY'S ....... 1 GRAPE JUICE ..__ 7c N .V '1 LIMAS 5 N ° c !°, 3 '1 LIBBY'S PINEAPPLi um . s SARDE N SWEET C No. 303 $1 A 5 c,n, 1 JUICE _ _ 7c N ;«,"l CORN jfl 5 * fl LIBBY'C PINEAPPLE-SRAPEFRUIT LIBBY'S 1 DRINK ______________ 5 "&J; '1 SPINACH 7 N ° L » . Y .U° MATO L '» Y ' S ™*»* JUICE _ . _ 7 £•„' '1 SAUSAGE 4 , CORN " smi ° SOICSN6 - LIBBY'i CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 4 £;,' LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT AVOCADOS 84 Size Pint CARNATION MILK FIRST CHOICE FLOUR YELLOW ONIONS Gold«n Rlp« BANANAS u l0 Lb. CABBAGE LIMES ------------------- „. 1= NECTARINES Lb 25 AMERICAN BEAUTY SPECIALS Am«ric«n B««uty I on, 9 American Btiuty Elbo- SPAGHETTI 2»*3F SPAGHETTI 2 ',?„ 35 Amtric^nBiiuty A - • ELBO-RONI 2'C35 C SHELL-RONI 2 ^ 35 Am«ric<n B.iuty Splghitti- SAUCE 2 P ? 9 V33 C Ktiiar Broiler FOIL HIRST CHOICE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS BLEACH _ .... IS .,.49 C TISSUE W.ldorf t ,4, J0 39 c TISSUE TOWELS •_••• 2 Fo , 39 DRUGS MISSION SOFT DRINKS Color.d .. 4 PL 9 i. *""'' V ' CHEESE DAIRY PRODUCTS FROZEN FOODS M 7QC T*' "'** £'*"" IChecfliii. Cocenuf, U " PIES""'. ,.49 C Frosty Acril Or«na« «>nc: I Oi. CHEZ WHIP 10 ,33 C JUICE 7 6 c°; $ r° KRAFT LBACK PEPPER OLIVES MIRACLE WHIP MARSHMELLOWS DINNERS "* AFT SARDINES KINS OSCAR RICE WOND " 40,. 39 C 3 6 Oi. (ICO J.r. I ICRAFT CREAM SODA „ _ 6 I20 «49 C CHOCOLATE 6 „ 0 ,. 49^ BLACK CHERRY 6 IIOr 49° CHERRY 6 120I 49 C COLA 6 „ o. 49 C **• -— ~ o no..49 GINGER ALE 6 1ZO ,49 C GRAPE 6 120I 49 C ORANGE 6, JO ,49 C ROOTBEER 6 120 ,49 C STRAWBERRY 6 120 ,49 C Subdividers' Bonds To Cover Road Work SUGAR RINSO BLUE A clwiiRO in subdivision policies for Bmzorin County was npprov- cd by Commissioners' Court, this woek, In « mrntlng which includ cd discussion of n number of different requests and problem.' involving subdivisions. The policy chnnge wns ninde so that n bond required of all of all subdividers before (lie Court will accept Ilielr subdivision pint for filing, will remain In force until all roiids in (lie subdivision mve been completed according to specifications, mid to Hie satisfaction of the County engineer. Tlie Court unanimously approved this change nfter discussion of the bond requirements previously set up by the County brought mil the fact that the iwnd might otherwise have been allowed to lapse after one year, whether or not the raids in the subdivision had been finished. A lengthy discussion of three proposed subdivision plats I followed. The Court took no action I on either, tabling them for action I later. Two of these proposed plats concerned sections of Hie Snti Luis Beach Subdivision. According to the proposal submitted by the. owner of these, streets and alleys in the subdivisions would be dedicated to the future lot owners ol the subdivisions; exclusive rights t o dedicate these streets and alleys to (he County would rest witli the subdlvider; no County road work Inside the subdivision would be allowed: and the roads therein would not become n part of the County road system unless they were either conveyed to tiie County or condemned by the County. A letter from District Attorney Sam Lee to County Engineer William H. Hershey, answering a request for a legal opinion of the proposition, stated that the Commissioners' Court has already approved three other sections of the San Luis Beach subdivision with the same provisions, including Sections 1, 2. In addition to tablinR the plats for Sections 4 and 7 of Ihe San °' Luis Beach Subdivision, the Court also tabled the- plat of Oak Manor in Precinct Commissioner (ieoi'Re Duncan of Sweeny reported Hint n Hrnn-iin of the aren by Hie Hnvsns River at the end of Market Street at Bra/orin is now nnnVrwny, nnd once the cleaning operation I* completed, no dumping sigiiu will be placed in the aren. "After Ihnt It will 1» n mutter of law enforcement to keep It clean," 1m added. Tliis discussion came a« R result of a letter asking that Hie area lx> cleaned, and nlso n visit from a resident of that area at a recent Court meeting. IIIVKNH.E OKPARTMKNT A budget supplement o( sm. was a 11 o w n il by the Court fin bounty Juvenile Officer Wlllinni MeCnll, at the suggestion ol County Auditor Frank A. Taylor. Taylor told the Court that Mc?all has overdrawn this item of lis budget, and reminded nicm- KTS of tho Court that the J81X) supplement would bring (lint item o Hie amount originally requested by McCall at the lime the 1!KK budget wns prepared, a total of SI,800 for (he yenr. A request lo cross a tract n, county-owned land with a SUITC;, for a gas pipeline wns rcecivei, from Ihe Lnvacn C.nlhcring Com pany of Corpus Christ!. After a brief discussion, the Court referred the matter to Her shey for investigation and rccom mcndation CiAHIIAdK PIT A request for a public garbage pit to serve the unincorporated area south ol Angleton was received and referred to Commissioner Dixie Brown for study and recommendation. A private garbage collector requested that the Court give consideration to providing such facil- ed area, since dumping in a cily- ity for people of the unincorponil- owned garbage pit by persons who live outside an incorporated city i' llegal. LETTEHS Of THANKS The Court received two icttei. Estates, Section 1, Three. In other action relative to subdivisions, the Court rescinded an order passed on June 20, relative to the filing of a plat for a subdivision near Pearland. They explained that this subdivision, of which a plat was filed without approval of Commissioners' Court, was inside the city limits of Pearland at the time the plat was filed. Therefore the Court rescinded an order requesting return .. for assisluncp in past requests. One of these was Iron-, a resident of Glenwood Bayou subdivision. Explaining that work which she had requested had already been done on a road in that area, she expressed appreciation for the help given. The second letter was Iron* Surfside Marina, thanking the Court for its help in facilitating the filing of its plat, and other assistance provided by the count.\. FIJXI) TKANSKKH The Court declared $6,500 in the account for Lockridtje Raul, County Road 41, as an unin- cumbered balance, and approved amount to the Slate Highway the plat to Commissioners' Court c ' umh °red balance, and ( FAIR ASSOCIATION RKQl'KST ! trans(er of tnat amount At the request of L. J. McNeill Prcdm!l Jr. of Brazoria, president of the R '8 ht -° f - Wa y Account, on recon Brazoria County Fair Association i mcmlation 01 the Counlv K "K'- the Court agreed to purchase and neer spread an estimated $500 worth of UTILITY AlMI'Sl'MKNT shell in the parking lot and the! A payment of $1.3-17.9 was ap interior grounds at the Brazoria i proved as utility adjustment on County Fairgrounds in Angleton State Highway 3.% in Precinct sometime prior to the beginning of Three. This amount i slo be paid the annual County Fair in Octo-! to Texas Eastern Transmission ' Jer - j Corporation for lowerine and ens- Money for this shell is to be ing pipelines in the improvement paid from Ihe Permanent Ini-'project for that hi'-hvay. provement Fund. ROADS McNeill and members of the A Icind limit of 1M tons. GVW Court also discussed briefly the was placed on two County roads advisability and cost of possibly, in Precinct Three. These include black-topping both Hie interior;County Knad 171 ami County Rnad paved areHs and the narking lot at : 197. 'hie action wai taken on Ihe Fair-grounds, in a long-term recommendation of Hcrshpy. program, bill no definite decision 1 Also 1.11 Hcrs'icys rrcoiiiinnwla- relative to this was made. jtion, the Court appointed a Jury CI.EAN-Ur jnf view to MTVC in the impiove- ; merits to In- made on Wharton jSrrcel, also known as ('ounty iKuiid 1K2. (rum County Hoad 400 to the city limits of Bra/orta; and to County Road MK fmm the north cm I of ihc present (bounty Kuan" fin ID the north line of Ihe Alex Policy tract. ,1'II'E LINKS | A pipeline (H'rinit was npptovcJ jlor tin- City of Ijike Jnckson, to icnnMnirl sewer- mid water luu^ alont; certain County roiids. AUn WHS a re<|iic«t from Phil- Family Plans Set In Case Of Hurricane In. Tliiirn. ...Nu. a Family |>| HIM 'Hie American Red Cross ross undappn.viil was a re<iue»t from Phil- Civil Defense workers in Rruzu-'hps Petroleum Co. for B pipeline [ria County have drawn up pro permit. posed plans for Mmily action In 'll'f Court eanvu.ssed Hie votes case of hurricane In order to rnnin- iof the July 14 Uvtrpool incorpora tain orderly disaster evacuation, "linn election, finding 29 votes for —Bring enough food for Incorporation and four voles again- one d«y. For babies, bring enongli : st ii)ciii-|Kiruliuii. Tlie Court noted for five. days. that the election hud carried in —If you are under n doctor's i favor- of incorporation by a ma- care, bring your own m«dlcal|Jonty irf IS votes, '•nigs. MIHt!r;i.U\Nr;(H H In other action. Ilia Court »p- proved llw bond as drainage ccm- missiwier (or Carl K. MrKlrath; approvi<d use ol two voting machines by the City of Alvln in » »pec- iul election for an uUkrnian on jjuly 28; und appiwed Ilia salary iclicck of an Alvin Drainage Com —BrniR bltuiMi and pillows for your needs. —People living In the Anglelun School District will go to the North Side anil the Sunn, Side E|». nifiitary Schixili (or ihelli>r. —People who live south o{ B.'istro|> Bayou will ,slielli?r at thai Knir gnmmlii. linlssionw. JUST ARRIVED! BRAND NEW LONG PLAY JUSTIN WILSON ALBUM 15 Humorous Selection* Entitled "WILSONVILLE U.S. & A." The Coast Record Shop 202 I. Broad St. g« 3-4522

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