The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 22, 1962 · Page 4
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 4

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, August 22, 1962
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v—it J-Jbll— Classified—41 THI BRAZOSPORT CACTS FP Paving Contract OK d By Split Vote A concrete paving contrail was Ihe allornnie bid "agninst m y iacross Gulf Boulevard from the BRA10SPORT AND IRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS. WED., AUGUST 22, awarded by Ihe Krecporl Cily Council this week by a splil vole of the Council, and wilh one rain- hcllrr .judgment, because I Ihink such a road is barely adequate," in order that Ihe work could pro- new t'ire Station. According to Cily Secretary Bill Penninglon, the change in zoning had been oilman disqualified from voting! need. Harsdorff voted against Ihejanticipated by Ihe Planning Comby personal interests. '• motion. |mission. In Ihe forthcoming Patco Lumber Co. of Alvin wasj Other Council business: Ihe successful bidder. The com-(LEGISLATION ter plan, the /one would be cs- lablished as medium density re- pany received the contract on thei Councilmen have scheduled forisidential, which was consistent bid of $59,509.45 for paving work j their nexl meeting a decision on on Avenue H and Avenue F in north Freeport, The low bid was on alternate specifications to Ihe whether they will oppose Amend- wilh apartment house structures. ZONING PENNEYS ALWAYS Fl RS T Q U A-L 17 Y ! ON SALE THURSDAY 9:30 A.M. Back To School men! No. 14 on Ihe general elec-| Despite a number of prolesis ati tlon ballot Nov. 6. This is the!a recent public hearing, Ihe Cily base bid. "trial de novo" amendment to'Council Monday unanimously ap- However, two councilmen held;the Texas Constitution. iproved the changing of Block 741 through a lengthy discussion for; If passed, il would allow the j from residential to commercial approving the base bid, on the grounds that the higher quality of road would be worth Ihe additional cost. Legislature to pass laws that would require a trial de novo (new trial! on the appeal of all executive decisions of the stale, Mitchell and Shelton Constnio-lrminicipality or other political status. The concern of most of those at the hearing was the metal that is to Ix? included in the construction of buildings proposed for this tion Co. ot Bellaire was low bid-i subdivisions of (he stale. {block. They felt the metal would der on the base bid with a figure 1 The effect. City Manager Bill .suffer deterioration and cause the of $62,289.47. iBlackwcll said, would be that on! sanlt -. threat in a hurricane that The difference was in the lime j suit brought by any person re-'has caused them to be prohibit- to be used in Ihe subgrarie stabilize Ihe soil. City Engineer J. C. Joy explained that the lime reduced the plasticity of the clay base, which in turn reduced the difference in its volume between the wet and dry state. It was being used in all tojgarding an executive action, city might have the burden of proving its authority and Ihe validity of its action. As il is now, an action bv an executive officer ed in all except industrial zones in the city. Sheet metal cannot now be used j in a commercial zone such as; Block 741 has become. Dr. Mayse | is presumed by the court to be {however, said Monday he felt that with authority and valid unless the standards should be relaxed the person bringing suit can prove so (hat the lower-cost materials THIS CARD MAKES IT EASY TO BUY ALL YOUR IACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS CHARGE IT! Texas Highway Department in-'Otherwise. |could be used, stallations, he" said. "But the main thing." Black-j MEETINGS Councilman Bob Meek pointed well said, "is that it would change! T| ie regular meeting that would out that with the "heaving soil" the customary balance of power ; ordinarily have fallen on Monday. in the area, streets should he Jin the present system of Ameri-lgep). 3'will instead be held on built to standards determined by'can government. I Monday, Sept. 10 because ot the "the best advice possible." Conn- Councilman Meek noted a eon-j coll fii c . t w ilh Labor Day. cilman DSve Harsdorff agreed. stitutional amendment proposal, T^ decision on appointment of But Mayor C. M. Helpinstill and .very similar to the one to be votedl a citv civil Defense director and Councilman D. V. Collins both,on in November was > submittedj (he opening of bids on a city de-: felt that despite the known prob- •• early in Ihe last Legislature byi^,,,,^ w [\\ be held on that date.) lems with the soil, it had as yet j Rep. Neil Caldwell. A hearing on the new 1962-63 i failed to manifest itself in the'ZONING city buage t will be held at the form of deteriorated concrete' A request from Bob Jordan for Sep( 17 mec ung. streets This they pointed out, in rezoning Block 70S from Class A| . , spite of the thinner concrete and residential to Class C residential Tack of reinforcing steel in the to allow building of an apartment old streets j house project was referred to the In view'of this, the two said, j Planning Commission. the nearly $2,800 added cost of! Councilman Mayse objected to the lime additive in the base bid'»".delay this would cause. He was not justified. sa,d that Panning Commission Councilman B. R. Mayse agreed '• *«™- » P«Wic hearing and other ith the mayor and Collins, but steps meant unnecessary delays in a building proposal that might disqualified himself from voting " because of his ownership of pro-;d«cou»ge development Demuse m ina _ * , other members pointed out that perry affected^by the pavmg. • Jor6m . s fai|ul . e to * jn ^J The deadlock on the hvo propo- of ^ ^ ^ not .^; sitions was broken by Meek, who ( . at(J g Kl . ea( rontern , or ^ , xaid that h* would move to accept: The b|ock in ^ e!ition is located Watch for the GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT FLOOR & CARPET CO. Formerly (Tapp Floor Co.) 317 So. D IE 3-5258 FREEPORT E. C. PHILLIPS, Owntr CONSOLIDATED MEAT MARKET 219 Parking Way L.J. SUPPLIERS OP PREMIUM 9UALITY MEATS, SOLD IY THE POUND, OR CARCUS SPECIALS GOOD WED.. THURS., FRI. & SAT. SPECIAL FREEZER PRICES Premium Baby Beef 40-ro 50 Lb. Avg. Premium Baby Beef 40-ro 50 Lb. Avg.. ROUNDS ib. 63° LOINS i*. 65" ALL FREEZER MEAT. PROCESSED FREE Premium Baby Beef 150-175 Lb. Avg. SIDES u,. Premium Baby Beef 75-85 Lb. Avg. HIND Qts. Lb. 63' MEATS SOLD ON EASY PAY PLAN Premium Heavy Bttf 250 Lb. Avg. SIDES Premium Heavy Beef 150 Lb. Avg. HINDQts.ib63 PREMIUM BEEF LOIN STRIPS 'V:.,. 1 ,'. lb '1.79 SPECIAL RETAIL PRICES •"•" Ham Lh WISCONSIN HOOP Cheese u A Q 47 HORMEL, ALL MEAT *^ ~. Bologna Lb J9c dohawk or Harmel Dairy Brand BACON u. 'remlum Baby Beef Seven iTEAKS ib. Every Day Prlct Del.. Fresh Dally BREADS:, rkTc Rump or Pikes Peak ROAST Lb. 69, FRESH GROUND MEAT 3Lb..>l°° SEE OUR SPECIAL RETAIL PRICES FOR MON., TUES., WED. GIRLS COTTON FASHION TWINS BUY! Back to School Savings S|ZES ° n Girls Dresses^ A famous manufacturer has closed out his entire stock of/ girls Back to School Dresses and passed the savings on to Penney Customers! and • euellry carton qlnqharni.'» iolld« • fremenisus stvls 'n eslor wleetlsnj • fobuloui P*nn«y tptclclt You can learn your fashion "times-tables" the taiy way at Penney'j . . . just multiply h«r baek-to-school wardrobe with thei* smartly mated fashion twini at the thriftiest pricet ever! Our brisk skirt and blouse pain will take her to the head of her class (looking fresh as-a-daisy) in the crispest plaids 'n softest solids around. And. the laundry story ij machine wash all the wayl Moral? Stock up now and save! SPECIAL! BOYS BRIEFS AND T-SHIRTS 3 Soft, absorbent long-wearing cotton T-ihirti get no- sag nylon reinforced collar) Bri.f. get heat rtiittant want! PENNEY'S HIGH FASHION BOY'S COTTON KNIT SHIRTS Bombed eotton shirts boom Bqek-to-Sehool Priced turface Interest! 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