The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 18, 1968 · Page 7
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PAGE « Section I THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS, Freeport, Texas. Wednesday, Sept.. 18, 1968 The News Is Out! OUR ANNUAL PROGRESS AND MAIL-AWAY EDITION IS GOING TO PRESS! WOULDN'T YOU LIKE FOR US TO MAIL A COPY TO A FRIEND OF YOURS? Every year this edition is sold out completely so don't be disappointed. ORDER YOURS NOW You'll want your friends, relatives and acquaintances across the land to have the complete, up-to-the-minute story of the dynamic Brazoria County Area as told in this special edition of your Braqosport Facts. (MUST Include Zip Number) TNi IIAZOSrOUT FACTS P.O. IOX 1055 WIPOIT, TEXAS 77S41 Please mail .copies of the Annual Progress and Mail-Away Edition of the Brazosport Facts to the following: Him. AMrtM City Sttti ZIP NO. •»•»• ZIP NO. ... ZIP NO. |Pri«« for ., , ., copiM «t BOc p«r copy. t»wci*l wr««»taf, •«>•« »M V* U.S.A. «ne) fIPT Of Teacher to be reported to state commissioner A teacher who broke his contract is to be reported to the state commissioner of education and the matter entered on his personnel records. By a split vote, the Brazos- port Board of Education concurred In this recommendation by Supt. Kenneth Wilson. Trustee Jesse Hlbbetts dissented. ^ Bobby Peters, social studies teacher and assistant coach, decided late In August, it was reported, to accept an offer as an assistant coach at Howard Payne College. Teachers can be released from contract, Supt. Wilson said, if they ask before July 1. Otherwise, they are released only if a suitable replacement can be found. Despite an all-out effort, this could not be done, he said. Hibbetts noted a case last year where the iBoard took similar action when a drama teacher accepted a job at a Junior college. The Board then also passed a resolution suggesting that the state cancel Seafood firm loses $200 in burglary FREEPOKT - A burglar who apparently hid in Western Seafood Co. before closing time got away with about $200 in cash. The burglary was reported to police Tuesday. Police reported that about $200 in bills and change were taken from a cash box In a desk drawer. The burglar apparently managed to get himself locked in the building at closing time, police stated, and then made his exit through the attic and down through a restroom at the end of the building. Officers stated that a man was seen leaving the building afer closing time. This suspect is being sought, police reported. New deputy begins work A native of BrazoriaCounty began work Monday as a Sheriff's Dept. deputy. Donald O. Shanks, 29, of Route 2, Angleton, was born In Freeport, attended Central Elementary School in Angleton and graduated from Angleton High School. He Is married and has two children. Shanks was formerly employed in the County Engineers Dept. He will take on-the-job training In Brazosport, said Chief Deputy Jacque Wood. his teaching certificate. Board policy calls for reporting contract violations to the state. Hlbbetts, however, said he felt that "each Individual making a living has a responsibility to himself and his family," he said he "wouldn't want to hold a man back from obtaining a better job." If breaking a contract did not mean an advancement, lie would be for reporting to the state. But he felt Brazosport should "be proud of colleges coming to our school, and taking our people Into the college coaching ranks." Dr. Phillip Crciw disagreed. He felt that not to report the violation would be unfair to others who may be restrained from accepting outside offers in violation of their contracts. Trustee W. M. Weddell's feeling was that this wasn't a matter of punishment. "The purpose Is to play (air with other teachers who did honor their contracts, and did not take advantage of offers to advance." Three years ago, he said, a teacher turned down an offer to become a principal because it came In mid-July. After the vote, Board President Earl Little said he felt strongly about the matter, of honoring a contract. But also, he said, he intended to make an Issue of colleges taking teachers In violation of contracts, Including expressing his displeasure to the college president. "This doesn't happen much with high schools," he said, "but colleges don't seem bound by the same rules." He noted that his own Baptist church had made financial aid to Howard Payne. Those who wore contacted in an effort to replace Peters, Supt. Wilson said, wt-re told they could not be accepted unless they were released from their contracts. A SIX-CHANNEL TAPE HECOHDKHwill be used by Brazosport Junior College business teacher, Mrs. Newell Burke. She Is standing at the master tape unit and College Vice President Dr. W. A. Bass Is holding one of the student receivers. The device will be used for teaching typing and shorthand. It is capable of plnylni; four tape-; with different dictation speeds over tin- student units, In addition tuthe instructor's voice over another chamii'l. Karptiom-s nn i plugged Into the unit held Iv. Dr. Buss. Tax code is due for study, possible revision next year WASHINGTON (AP) - No matter who is president or •A h I c h party controls the House, the complicated and much-amunde'J tax code Is clue (or a searching study and possible revision noxt year. Both Chairman Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., o( the House Ways and Moans Committee, and Hep. John w. Byrnes, H-Wls., who Is In lino to bo chairman I! the Hi-publicans take over tht; House, say they favor .1 full-scale review nf the Internal Revenue Code. In separate Interviews both said they w-ould put the review high on the committee'sordor of business and wore prepared to schedule weeks, possibly months, of hearings. Although some minor modifications-were made lit the code In connection with the 19(3-1 tax reductions, there hasbevn no extensive review of tlie tax laws since 190-1. Over the yuars a host ot special provisions have been attached to the codu, many of which are said by critics to be loopholes for the well-to- do and the well-advised. Demands were made InCon- gress earlier this year In con- THE VKKSATILK 19G9 Volkswagen Squareback Sedan has "gone automatic." A fully automatic transmission Is aJi optional addition to this year's VWs. Other Improvements Include a special defogging device on the rear-windows as standard safety equipment. The 19C9 Volkswagen Square-back and the sport) Kastback Sedan are powered by an air- cooled 65-horsepower electronic fuel- Injected engine for greater economy. nectlon with passant* <>l the 10 per cent Incniuc surtax for revisions to allow (IT additional revenue withuit', a funeral tax Increase. But the Treasury pleaded against what promisi-I to bt» controversial and drawn-out study of the d<!e .il tt.i 1 tlmo because of •* ha! It .s.iM ••« atf the urgent need ,'ur l.'ii.r.iillalu passage of the .surtas. The Treasury did promise to rucom:v.eiKl to Congress possible chances In tin- hi-*. Congressional l»a-!ers d<.n't expect the rt'coinniemlulloris until after the November elections. There has bm-n no offlcUl disclosure of what the Treasury ma;. rfcoiinr.'Miil, but it Is not ex|*>ctf<l (o call for abolition or ilrastlo reduction of the controversial 'tl 1/2 pur cent oil depletion allowance. Fisherman silenced PAULS, Ti'X. UP) - '-or most of his marrUnl life !)r. 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