The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 31, 1959 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, August 31, 1959
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Brawaport and Brazori* County, Texas, MM.. August 31,1969 Counfy Roundup.. t . ~~ -SO.* JBJtAXOarOKT r A O T ft Season Dates For Brazorle County's thrWj AA schoolboy football, tntrlei, th* torlmmti* round Is over anH th« Miton o( t«n fames is almost ready to start. ' WMt Columblt, Angleton and Sweeny got In on tht scrimmage lineup last weekend and now all three ar filing ready to open their various schedules on Friday. Out ot th* threesome, only WC will remain at home, at E. a, Golion's Roughnecks draw the Fort Acrti Eagles. Angleton will travel over to Wharton to catch the Tigers, while Sweeny makes the ihort trip to Sugarland to battle the Fr«aman Wins Boxing Crown In Rusk Meet '. Brazosport't Steve Freeman took an 'easy victory over Robert Castillo ol the Airline Boxing. Club to notch the/bantam- weigh! championship of the Rusk Settlement Tournament, Finals of the bantamweight division were held last Friday nigiit. • Freeman got to the finals with a forfeit In the first round Por the BEST In..,, • WaU-To-Wal) Carpel* TaeUeee InsUlUllon by experts. • Cuiton Bud* Drape* Installed Complete Inelai. lag hardware • Intrrlnr Decoratot i DARWOOD'S 111 W. tut taepwt IS KOUR CAR • PROPERLY? , PERFORMING ATLAS Motor Analyzer with DYNA-V1SION Araailnf new machine tclli yon exactly what tht trouble Is with your auto's eiuine. THREE FACTORS TRAINED MECHANICS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES PENNER'S l HUMBLE SERVICE 4th * Rlr.kor? Fneport new Fort Bend Consolidated school. In scrimmage action last week, West Columbia caught Bay City in a Saturday night duel, Angleton took on El Cam- Jo-Port Lavac* In a three-way hookup on Friday and Sweeny made It over to Ganado on that day". Upwards of 1,000 fans were at west Columbia on Saturday to w»'tch the Roughnecks take on the speedy Black Cats, who are considered one of the top AAA outfits. The scrimmage came to an abrupt end as the Bay City coach took his team and lefl alter a pair of the Black Ca grldders were escorted from th Held following •.mild, distur bance. One West Columbia playe was also put off the field dur ing the fracas. The entire affair took plac some 15 minutes before the scrimmage was to have endec However, Bay City coaches decided to take their boyj horn* and thus ended the scrimmage by leaving. The scrimmage was played under game conditions, with exception of kickoffs. A team was given the ball on the 40 and had four downs to make a first. The rough and tumble scrimmage saw Bay City push over one touchdown on a drive while West Columbia was helc scoreless. However, the 'Necks were apparently headed for a score when the Bay City players left. Several times West Columbia moved Inside the Bay City J( yard line only to fumble or be set back by a penalty. Robert Jenkins and Payton Doiestt were the top performers for WC on offense, while Wayne Pollard, James Wleczyk said Tommy Flowers were the main defensive grindders. On Friday, Herman Moor took his Angleton Wildcats over to El Campo and ..-ere joined by Port Lavaca lor a thrceway scrimmage sssioti. The_ Wildcats scored seven times and alowed three TD's two to Port Lavaca and'one" t< El Campo. The Angleton firs defensive unit allowed only on score, while the reserve uni gftve 1 up two six pointer's.' ' Wildcat quarterback Kenneth Green Was the top scorer in the Angleton camp as he rollec off three, touchdown runs, on being for 30 yards, the secon for ten and then one for arouni three yards. Barry Kerr, Rickey Scot; Bobby Krenek and Carlos Amo joined in on the scoring. The Wildcats, who posted . 14-1 mark last year and ad vanced to the stale AA finals came out of the scrimmage in good shape as no injuries wer reported. TAX BELIEF LOS ANGELES (UPI) — A disgruntled taxpayer, Joh Charlti Owen, of Gallon Cellf- is backing up Us be lief IhaJ list gownmea should figure Incom* tax* after, not befo», living ex peases •?• deducted. H* MM • suil in federal court claim ing that oa la* beats •« hi tax plan he w«uU g*t torn of th* t*x*s h* paid la US and 1(M. HOT HOD BARTON - ON-HUMBER England (UPI) — The shiny ltd, 111.200 tit* engine Jus bought this Yorkshire vlllag burned itself up In a fir* : started Itself. Th* engine exheust set fit* to wh*» shibble en th* ground as sp*d to • fatm field fit*. 13 Reasons.. That's Right WHY SO MANY rOLKS PRBFEK TO GET LOW-COST LOANS itU-(iOM) FROM GUARDIAN t OBG4N1ZKD UNPEK TEXAS LAW t LICENSED AND SUPERVISED BY TEXAS BANKING DEPARTMENT S. IIMPLiriEB LOAN PIAN-HO fuss or nd t»p* 4. YOUR OWN-*lgoatur»- auto-furniture 5. 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It opens the door for your family to enjoy the matchless benefits of complete electrical living, including electric healing for your'home, Electric home heating has so many advan- tage*. It'i safe—die safest method known. It's clean — clean as electric lighting. It consumes ao oxygen, produce* no fumes or added moisture. It simply . warms th* air and gently wafts it to every part of ~f ~.. . ; ^ v. » u_, your home.'.. .'-.-'•-. •'.-* >. s,^ ... ( . ,. . Yen can have electric heating for your home in any of several-different forms. 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Now built-in electric resistance heating combines low installation cost — usually lower than any other type of permanently installed heating equipment — with new low operating cost, dean and safe, electric heating uses no oxygen, creates no fumes, is thermostatically controlled to give exact room-by-room comfort •-onditions. Compactly designed packaged units (left) can be placed out of the way in closet space, storage or utility room. Split-type units (above, left) can be installed with cooling and heating coil in the attic and compressor located outside of the home. ' Wonderful for "whole-house" heating or for selected rooms, built-in electric heaters come in a wide variety of types and styles. Among popular styles are wall-mounted unit (above, right) and baseboard style (right). Both are attractive in appearance and take up no useable space. Window heat pumps with built-in resistance heating strips.offer ready-mad*-summer and winter comfort at low initial cost for both new and exi^ttaj honies. And, they afford complete flexibility of .operation -- you may cool, or heat, as many or as few roomi as you like. INSULATION IS IMPORTANT - NO MAHER HOW YOU HEAT AND COOL YOUR HOME- Proper insulation is essential to insure maximum comfort and economy with any type of heating or cooling system. A good rule of thumb for adequate insulation is 6-4-2, which means 6 inches of insulation in the attic, four inches in the walls, and two inches under raised floors or around perimeter of floor where slab construction is used. HOUSTON LIGHTING t POWER COMPANY • f f f * t «i • i f i • w , 9 9 * T § Leer KI c s g K v i c t t

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