The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 24, 1959 · Page 9
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, September 24, 1959
Page 9
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THE 1BA20SPOBT FACTS THURSDAY. SEPT. 24, 19S9 JA Program Gets Started This Week The 1959-80 Junior Achievement of Brazosport work program got underway this week with the first meetings of JA companies held at the new work center on Cedar Street in Lake Jackson. : The JA companies will be in operation each week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, nights, except during the Christmas holidays, from now and on through May 4, I960. The public is invited to drop by the Work Center on any Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday night and observe these Bra'zosport' High School Students putting the principles of the American free enterprise system-into actual practice. At its regular board meeting last week,-the adult officers and directors of Junior Achieve meht of Brazosport heard and studied reports from W. D. Colegrove, board consultant, and B. O. Smith, program director. The report* revealed that for the 1959-60 JA work program there will be 10 (ten) manufacturing companiss, there will be 40 adult advisors working with the Junior Achievers. A total of 306 high school boys and girls, about 50 more than last year's total, made application for placement in the work program. The JA officials, made up of Brazosport business and professional men, this year are: J. L. Wilson, board chairman; H. L. Owings, president; O. L. Bass, vice president; V. A. Thorpe, secretary; and V. L. Richards, treasure*. Directors are Dr. A. P. Beutel, Raymond Charron, G. W. Compton, J. F. Crews, E. G. Rlcketts, and J. W. WaUrip, . Best Safety Record Ever At Pftiffips The 1,609 employees of Phillips Petroleum Company's producing division have received a National Safety Council award fop the best safety record ever reported to the Council from the entire producing branch ot the petroleum industry. . This all-time record of 2,572,667 man-hours without a disabling injury was established during the nine-month period from Oct. 21, 1958, to July 20, 1959, by the division's 21 districts, .which extend from California to Pennsylvania and from Montana into the Gulf of Mexico. "The nature of oH production work makes it necessary for the employees to be exposed to all types of weather conditions and to perform their jobs without close supervision," said L. E. Fitzjarrald, vico president, production. ; "The regularly scheduled on- the-job employee safety meetings and supervisors* meetings contribute greatly in maintain: ing their smoothly functioning safety program." W"in Cap N Still Available Clute Police Chief O. C. Mer ryman says that several car owners came in last Saturday to -take advantage of the hubcap marking service offered by the Clute Police Department. He said Brazosporters are welcome to come in to the police station Saturday mornings and mark their hubcaps with the available dies. The identifying numbers and names of the hubcap owners are then registered at the station. This assists in locating the owner* of hubcaps that are lost or stolen. Chief Merryman said. Fair Catalogs Have Arrived The 1859 Brazoria County Fair Catalog has recently beer* released by the fair association. Those desiring a copy of the catalog should contact the fair office or drop a card to the Brazoria County Fair Association at Angleton. ^, ; Jt wiU not be necessary for 4H Club boys and FFA members to request copies, eince they will be provided through the assistant county agent or the agriculture teachers. ANXIOUS! DALTON, Ga. (UPD— Em*it Scott. 26, « prUontr at work camp, a p WM Jutt loo uut » chine, to lot iwaptund Hi. back— up. AND VEGETABLES ,A l ' ' * '* . 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