The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 16, 1962 · Page 9
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County Asked For Written £and Contract \ verbal Agreement \vhei-e h y p :-irlii County I* to ohlnin sand i ;•• fvhange for HiRninR n fish i •••! for the land owner, w a *' i "ii;hl to Hie ntlenllnn of Com- ; -vionern' Conn, this week, hy| ; (,. .taeeaifl of Kml Coiumhln.! ,1,-iggarri nsked Hie Court tn rp-! tviop this acreenienl between i nseif nml Precinct Two Com- i jjuslonor J. I,. (Sklimiel Dan -! Tutl to wrilinc, so he would he. I prnlPded when Danfoirl leaves dlire on Jan. 1, iflK). The Court requested thai Ooun- ly Engineer William Ilershey Investigate Ihe matter nnd report hark to them nt a laler meeting, specifically asking that he advise lliem concerning the. quality of. the sand. Commissioner Dixie. Brown nl f reeport said It appears likely lat the agreement would he a profitable one lor the County. HB | said It the sand Is of a quality useful in roadbed construction, it could be dug lor about 15 cents per yard under this agreement, and would otherwise cost about TiO cents per yard it obtained under the present county contract. .laggard told the Court he had entered into a verbal agreement (frith Danlord to lurnish the sand Hee of charge, providing the County would, in removing the dirt, leave a pit 15 feet deep and 25 yards by SO yards in size. With Danlord's term ol office due to expire in a lew months, however, Jnggnrct said be would i like soma written agreement. He snid at present the entire area hns been excavated to a depth ol three feet, with some parts dug I h? much as 12 lect deep, and it j nut completed would "leave me i with a mess." Ilershey was requested to make! his investigation as soon ax pos- uhle, and report his findings to ifcc Court. Lake Jackson firemen Take Four Courses Four Lako Jackson firemen j participated in the recent lire-! fichter school at Texas A and M College, each taking n different | cnurse of study. e S a m L. Holloway, assistant rhiof, took advanced fir-plighting; f. H. Richards, chaplain, pump maintenance; C. T. Korsc, as Distant fire marshal, lire marshal II course; and J. T. Harvell, basic (ire-lighting. Fire. Chief Paul Israel joined the men for one night and half n day during the week of lessons. He said Richards and Forse had nilendpd the annual school in Die e/ist. with Harvell and Holloway attending for the first time this year. The fire department has •iliout 35 members. The four llremen will pass on the information they gained at A and M when the fire depart-, menl nolds drill nights. The City's tut 1 insurance key rate is kept IK low as possible by firemen at- ti'iiding the school and taking at t^.i-st three dlllerent courses each *ar. The County contributes u part r.l the hinds lor tending tho firemen to the school, Chief Israel! He added that the tone monl- inring system, put to us* in the homes ot firemen recently, i*i uorkini? effectively in alerting the; men who might not hear the fire siren. Area Insurance Men At Meeting Two Bnuosport insiimnce men were on hand In Austin as somej •inn Insurance accnts ol Texas mel to Inrniiiliitc suKKi'slinns to Ihe Stale IVwnl ol Insurance Commissioiwrs reRarriiiiR some jv-pc ol iiH'iil rntliiK (or sale drivers. Attending the mceling ol Ihe Texas Association ol lnMirance| .\Kents were (!. C. Hardman Jr. i,l Kr«'c|Kiit. prrMdent ol t li e Jui'-e ARcnls, and Jami's M. Kl- l»'il ol iJikc Jiickwin, acciiiiipiin- iff! iiy his \\ilc. II WHS tin- opinion ul tin 1 HRi'iils pli-.M'Ilt III till' M'SMUII that till' *>) k>i ivnl ol Texas ihn "IT «ho "ii' I a< i iiiriii - lice shoulii nol In 1 n*- i|iiin--i| tu pay the .vime '•ill''- n» Ihnsc who Ciitike aci iilcnls, Kl ii<TI ri'porlcil. !!*• wiid a niinitit'r of MIK^CS • ln'iis comerniiiK incnl plans were lll.'tdc. TIlC KIRRCStloIVs WIMP I'e- ur-\i<'d by the Associrtlion t> lnwi'rt n! dircctiire who piv.senteil t h e m'.si feasible plan lo the Stall 1 H".iul ol insurance. C'uiniuissiou- r- For a cleaner beach: Clear Your Litter and a little More COUNTYl TWAS - THURS - u, ma T H I BRAZOSPORT PACTS Editorial—Adv—BE 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2611 Heffe'* wfiy eon bonk on HENKES Low Prices A UVISION OF THE KROGER CO. Froth Hamburger Buns J\* 19° Sliced Pineapple 4c N :, 2$ LOO Henke's buyers bought every item you see here M carload, fcniefctoooV at boadoad tote' ywi 90* fop We buy by the carload, truclc- purchases on to you in the load and boatload. We pass /owes/ possible prices consist- our savings from these volume ent with Henke's high qualify. Specials ,Goorf Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Right to Limit Reserved Hawaiian Punch 3 "Sns'LOO American, Pimento, Switi Cheese Slices *£ 37 C Tropic Isla Crushed Pineapple 5 "cT 1.00 Johnson's Paste Wax iiJ-59 0 Thompson Seedless Kroger 14 oz. Bottle Save POUND CAKE All Butter Gold MELLORINE Henke Popular 3 for Flavors $1.00 TOMATOES Star Value 300 Can Orange Juice Kroger Chaie & S«nborn» Coffee 4 o« Morten—Frozen Cream Pies V.H.H., Morton—Froi en Dinners y s , rw ,. t 6 4-Oz. QOC Cam O7 _.... '£ 67° Each 37 2 fet 89 C • Swift Spring Lamb Sale • Leg-O-Lamb Lb 79 C Chops-Loin Lb 98 C Shoulder Roast _. Lb . 39 C Shanks Lb. 49 C Hunts Yellow Cling - Sliced or Halves Peaches 4 No cJZ. $ 1.00 Pillsbury or BalUrd ' Biscuits .......................................... 3 29 Swift'i Premium Sliced Bacon K 59 C Swift's Cooked Salami Fin« "TQC Lb. /a 99 C Gorton's—Breaded Perch Portions 2 ^ Henke'i Tender Trim—U.S. Heavy Beef Roast Sq cT Lb 49° Choice Chuck Steaks Lb 69 C Mrs. Burgess Grade A—Fresh Fryer Parts BREAST—THIGH—DRUMSTICKS Lb. Swift's Premium—Hover Grown Chicken Hens Armour's Star—Grade A Turkey Hens Adorn Hair Spray'S. Wlk f '",S' 1.69 Gleam Economy Toothpaste s " e . 52 C COUPON 100 Top Voluo Slompi with purchau of Ground l**f 3 Ib. pkq.or Eitra Ltan Ground !««> 3 Ib. m^^ COUPON Vf 10 T»p Value Slampi v^ with purchaM ol let T«a T' i 5?c or Ic* T*a Hind ? 01. ki» 5?c At HMkt's. ottor cilprai ,l»«l . Mts. o Li i AyguKll. L ^^^S!^m Fading Cot Cushion Red Tag Clearance Sale 2 Horse power Edger '6.94 '1.66 El.cltic Chtrcoil Lighter ......_ Ony '1.64 Air Condition Filter 66° F*lco Folding Table oJ5.94 Girls Suds-Happy Sanforized Combed Broadcloth Back-To-School Blouses Ountandlng collection at Embroideries, and prlftrt • Convtrtible. McMullen, or fteiitrv Collar • Roll-Up sleovti or Short tlMvei Siiej 3 to M Your Choice Only You get T. V. Stamp* 8oy> B«h.r Mad« Lanj Sport Shirts Im i to 16 I Only Select Your entire school wardrobe at Henke's— at Pinmoney prices!

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