The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 11, 1959 · Page 7
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BrMOiiport md Scoria County, Texaa, Tri., B«pt«aH*r 11,1959 THE BRAZLOSPOET FACT 8 Page 7 HAVE OINNCR AND THCN TAUK ABOUT Slug AND THEN HAVE DINNER Court House Records .1.0HDIB ABNIR LICENSES Daniel Ewndesr %al and Miss Elizabeth Marts. Crawford • BtHy James Loot* and Mis* Agnes* Rah Mim '•'•-• Billy Joe Butler and Miss Patricia Jolinc Edmundson Raycnoad. Gteer and Miss Lou •• AnnBlount •:..• Lee Fred Dannfifcis and Mrs.' Laura Faye Gormey Albert Charles J»coby Jr. and Mis. Johnnie Paul Weiser . Clifford Allen Tfpton and Miss Mary Jane Yoss Carrol Gene Jennings andMiss Gloria, Geannenetiodsey COUNTY COURT Crawford-Austin Manufacturing Company, Inc. vs Poland Wayne Crenshaw, debt. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $59.74 plus attorney fees of $5024 together with interest from this date until paid at six per cent, and all costs of COttrt. : , Tom Leonard, driving while Intoxicated. Defendant pleaded not guilty to driving while intoxicated, but pleaded guilty to failure to yield right-of-way. Fined $10 plus coats. Fabrico Manufacturing Corporation vs. R. H. Barr, doing business as Rod and Reel Shop, motion for summary judgment presented on' September 1. Hugh Allen Lamb right vs. State of Texas Department of Public Safety, stay of suspension. Suspension of Lambrigat's driver's licenses and registration permits stayed until this court can finally adjudicate the matters hare in issue. Wash Clark vs. State of Texas Department of Public Safety, stay of suspension. Suspension of Clark's driver's licenr:~>nd egtstratiw permits stayed until this -Own can finally «d- udteate the matters here in ssue, .- •'. . • - -• PMBlp Kurt Schneider, driving wMle Intoxicated, . Defendant ileaded guilty and was sen- cnced tc three, days in Corny Jan and fined $50 plus court costs. •"• " Joe Edward Crenshaw, driving custody granted to plaintiff, and defendant ordered to pay $100 per month support Enlow.Kee and) Thomas, attorneys for plaintiff. ••••,:DISTRICT COURT CIVIL DOCKET Joiephin* Wall, et vir vs. James C. Sanders, damages. -Judgment that plaintiff take no* thing, as per decree on file. Ueck and Lieck, attorney* for plaintlf.. Dorothy DirzanowskI, a minor HEY,MAWI FETCH ME VORE HATPIN IT! ML OVER. RIDDLES!! INK DONT RIDDLES" MB* «j woouEs-ni BE BACK IN TWO OP A HONOR.Trf MAYORS* NOW THRU TTJEg. .uVATOMY OP A. MURDER" SNUFFY SMITH I, THOU&HT THE'JOKE WAS TO BE ON HIM! SAR6B.' WAKE UPH you ONUV HAVE TWO MINUTES, — 6ET CHOW.' THE ADVENTUKE8 OF TOM *,.,8AWYEIl S-ZSM THE HOUSE OF HITS B1ITLE BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED •KtiiBBIBR HECK,IDONTM1NO >-> SCHOOL VERY MUCH/J —., ... ... i —'i. j.ii — —J JlDlinOIilili VWf'AND THIS TIME JW kttOlMd MIR • PALUM -PC* / AVVW R30M VOO / dOlBO siis^ MO MO HO/Ytf HI SO HMINP while Intoxicated. Dtfen4tnt pleaded guilt; and was ««n- tcncad to throe days In County Jail and-fined $50 plus court costs. . DISTRICT COURT DIVORCES James R. Handy vs. Merle Lynn Handy, divorcedlsmissed. Mary E.-Robinson vs. Delbert W. Roblnaqe, divorce granted cross': plaintiff. Custody of Marydall Patricia Robinson and Debra Kay Robinson a warded to cross plaintiff. Custody of minor child Nancy Charlotte Robinson awarded to cross defendant. W. O. CalKoun, attorney for plaintiff. Nadine Wilson Lutringer vs. Joe V. Lutringer; divorce and temporary restraining order. Divorce granted. Custody of minor childawardedtopiaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $100 per month support. Property settlement approved, and property set aside as separate property to plaintiff. Jack Harrison, attorney for plaintiff. Bobby Jan Gollard vs. Bobby Ray Calls rd, divorce granted. Name restored. Stone and Davis, attorneys for plaintiff. ' Joyce Holdtn vs. L.O. Haldcn, divorce granted. KennethBing, attorney for plaintiff. E. D. Gilllspie vs. Barbara GUllsple, divorc* granted. Kenneth' Bins, attorney .for plaintiff. Richard Lee Blanfcenanlp n. Julia !«• Blankanshlp. divorce granted on pblntUTs peUtlon. Custody of children awarded to plaintiff pending investigation by . Department of Public Welfare. Stone and Davis, attorneys for plaintiff. ' Allie Maurine Sherrouae vs. Arthur • David 1 Sherroase Sr., , dlvocceand temporary restraliP Ing order, 'Divorce granted on plaintifrs petition. Custody of minor children divided, one to plaintiff and one to defendant: No child support at thir time.: Community property ijor-.dls-' posed of. Richard J. Higgihi, attorney for plaintiff. , , . Clara Diggs vs. Harvey DtfSI. divorce granted. . Cuftodx'^of minor children awarded to plaintiff. Defendant .ordered to pay $40 per month support of "CnHdren.' ."E. "E."Br«w»r,*'«£ i torney for plaintiff. • • ' . Laura Faye Gormey vs. Carl Edward Gormey, divorce granted. Defendant granted custody of children. E.E.Brewer, attorney for plaintiff. Biljie J. Cobum vs. B, E, Coburn, divorce granted. PI- ilntlfTs maiden name restored toHatthonu Robert C. Koonce, attorney for plaintiff. Charles H. Galyean vs. Jean Daisy Strutton Galyean, divorce granted. Hall W. Griggs, attorney for plaintiff. Albert CJscobyJr. vs.MynU Lucills Jacoby, divorce granted. Property sat aside to the defendant. Nam* restored to defendant. J. L. WUcox, attorney for plaintiff, Judith Karen Pruess vs, LM Allan Pruess, divorce granted. Comer Burton, attorney for plaintiff. Bettys Lou Jones vs, T. Jones, divorce) Mams restored, J. L. attorney for plaintiff. Hasel Bourque va, Howard Bouro,ut, divorce granted. Name restored. J. L. WUcox, attorney for plaintiff. Betty Lou Marshall vs. Lsotis Marshall, divorc* granted. Custody of minor children awarded to plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $30 per month support. Jackie Davis vs. Wallace Davis, divorce granted. Custody of two children swarded to plaintiff with reasonable visitation to defendant. Defendant to pay WO per month support, and to pay all hospital, medical, drug and doctor bills. Kenneth Bing. attorney for plaintiff. Wary Ruth Bohr vs. MertynF. Bohr, divorce granted. State Welfare Department to make investigation as to the care, custody, control and welfare of the five children. Report to be made by Oct. 2, Temporary vs, Shirley M. Daigle, et vir. damages. Judgment by agreement after evidence. A,R.Ma- son, attorney for plaintiff. Alvln State Bank vs. Clayton Malone, writ of sequestration. Judgment by default. Wellborn and Britt, attorneys for plain" tiff. A. S. Whitehead vs. Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company, compensation. Case transferred to District Court of Nueces County. Butler, Williams and Stone, attorneys for plaintiff. Thomas L, Stewart vs, Brazos Harbor Navigation District, et si, .compensation. Agreed judgment. Mandell and Wright, attorneys for plaintiff. Cupe Ned vs. Employers' Mur. tual Liability Insurance Company of Wisconsin, compensation. Compromise settlement agreement. Brown and Morgan, attorneys for plaintiff. Betty Gibson Romine vs. William Malcom Romine, reciprocal child support. Case dismissed. . ••-:•'.: ,, Angus E. Atford-vs. Pacific Employers' • Insurance) Company, compensation. Judgment. Helm, Jones, McDsrmott and Fletcher, sttcneyi for plaintiff, •••."• Fred B. White, Individually SHELL FISH and as next friend to jerry-L. White, a-minor vs. Glen 0. Steven*, damage!. Judgment by agreement after evidence, Landis> Gregory and Blaih, attorneys for plaintiff. Marjorie Yates Beazley, et vir vi. .F. H. Barker, et vir, title and possession. Judgment by plsiraifl. E. R. Goff appointed attorney at! ''tern to represent unknown defendants and those in military service, Attorney ad litern allowed $25 •fee,-,Robert C, Koonce, attorney, for plaintiff, Harvey A. Wilton vs. Charles MiLuak,-et ilj damages. Case dismissed with prejudice on motion of plaintiff. fnlow, Kee and Thomas, attdrneys for plaintiff, Sethtl EInkauf, et vir vs. John T, Howard, damages. Compromise* settlement agreement, Wellborn and Brltt, attorneys for plaintiff. Mount Rose Land Corporation vs, L. 0. Harris, damages. Case dismissed. Fulbrlght? Crooker, Freeman, Bates awt Jawoeskl, attorneys for. plain* tiff. . . E TRY i?AOlS CLASSIFIED Community Calendar, SPECIAL! UVEfc AND ONIONS ONLY COFFEE Opal • UB. t» 10 fj OPEN ON SUNDAY 121 Cult Blvd. Frapert SEPTEMBER 11 13:15 pjn.—Brazosport Rot- J ary,- Port Oafa .':00 p.m.—Angleton Al-oho- lie Annonymoui, Call Tl 9-8369 UONtiAX, SEPTEMBER 14 •1:30 P.M.— VFW 'Avut. IJ78, Clute 7:80 p.m.—J»yce««, LJ. Club ','Kotae' ' i:00 p.TO.— Freeport OdcUal. lowi Lodge No. 991, IOOF .Building .••'.. 3:00 p.m.— Velasco Eastern 8t»r, Freeport- 8:00 pin.—Fraternal Order ot . Eagles 'Aux., FOE Home 3:00 p.m.—Alcoholic -Anony- - - mom,' Call CY 1-89*0 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 7:30 p.m.—Velasco B If .PW Club, Veluco Community House ' 7:30 p,m.—Veluco Masonic Lodge, Velaaco 7:30 pj»,—Velaaco Uon» Club, Whitten'j 7:30 p.m.—American Legion Post 308, Legion Hall, Lake . Jackaon. WKDNESDAi, 8EPt. U' 5:45 »jn.— Lake Jackson Op- Umltto, J A J Cafe, Olute; 13:1S p.m.— Freeport Klwanla,- Dow Hotei , , ;J ; 7:30 p.m.— Angleton Chaptto De Molay's, Masonlo Tern-: Pl« . ' ' T, 7:SO pjn. — Brazusport Cft'meri., Club, Brazosport Saving:*" Center ' .*; 8:00 p.m. — FOB, ' ttarf sidtf Road ' ' '". 8.00 pan.— rtceport Alcoholic 1 Anony. i>iu, American", Legion Hut '~ : THURSDAY, gEPT. 17 ""••• 7:30 p.m.— K of P Lodge N.o 475. K ot P HaU, Frenport , 7:30 p.m.— Knighta ot. Oniurif-, bus. Council Hall, FreeportJ 8:00 p.m.— Freeport Babekalu Lodgs NO. S57, JOOF Bul»r- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1J:1B ; p.m.— Braiosport ary Club,, Port Cafe. 7;30 p.m.— Women'i Aux. lai: .Operating Eng. Local 584, Union .Hall ; 8:00 p.m.— Angleton 'lies Anonymous, Call Ti- 8268 . - . •« Call Freeport BE 3-4411, Extanslan 1-2506 (or Listing Presented as a public .service bj THE DOW CHEMICAL Texas Division COMPANr Vbu can save one third by making long distance calls station-to-station 1 Th* mart word is oui. People everywhere are learning' •tatioit-fo-station Long Distance calk cost about \i lew than - jmon-to-ptrson service. Iff like getting one call free for •vary two you pay for. ; Here's proof: Three-minute night rate for a person-to-person call from Freeport to St. I/jyis is $2.10. It's $1.50 when you call station-to-station. You save .55 cents. • For big atvinga call station-to-fltation and talk longer for lew. Ctll by numktr , ., H'» twlot For Distinctive Printing FLUB 2nd. 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