The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 18, 1968 · Page 17
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 17

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 18, 1968
Page 17
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I COURTHOUSE RECORDS I Sl'RIlOUNDKU HY SHIP, II appears that the Statue of Liberty Is lielng carrlc«l off. Such Is not th» case, however, this statue Is a plastic and metal replica of the New York landmark. It *as made In Home and to tlie I'nitvd Stales as a prop for a n<;v. film. THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS • IFREKPOUT, TEXAS, \V,.,Jia-sda>, Sept.. IB, |:iG8 Section IN DISTRICT COURT W. Erwln Asbeck Jr, vs. City of Freeport, damages. Court decrees plaintiff take nothing by suit. Judge G. P. Hardy Jr, 8/19/G8 Harold n. Smith vs. Montgomery Ward, Compromise settlement reached so plaintiff to lake nothing by suit. Judge W. C. Wallace 8/15/68 J. W. Ureazeale Jr. vs. Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Co., compensation. Judgment of $8,400 awarded plaintiff. Judge Hardy 8/15/68 Jack IJ. Foxworth vs. Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York compensation. Final Judgment of $2,000 for plaintiff. Judge Hardy 8/19/C8 R. E. Swlnglcr vs. Security National Insurance. Plaintiff to receive $6,000 In compromise agreement, Judge Hardy 8/22/08 U. L. Joiner vs. Richard Clark, damages. Plaintiff to recover $1,281.48 from defendant. Judge Hardy 8/20/68 Edward McWalters vs. International Service Insurance Co. Judgment of $2,250 for plaintiff. Judge Hardy. 8/26/C8 Ruby Lee Johnson vs. the Travelers Insurance Co. Compromise settlement approval by Court. Judge Hardy. 8/30/C8 Mary lla Conklln vs. Perry DonnIs Pierce, damages. Compromise settlement reached am) plaintiff takes nothing by suit. Judge Hardy a/3/ca City of Angletun vs. Roy Wright, d/b/a Wright Motor Co. Wright given CO days to repair buildings so as loabate NBC WEEK' The new season's here-exclusively on NBC! THE VIRGINIAN 6:30 JIM coLon] Gallop along with this loner who has a lot of friends. He must - this is his seventh big season. Ninety exciting minutes of Western action, KJUFT MUSIC MALL |IM COLORl "Don Bickles' Brooklyn," also starring Robert Merrill, Steve Lawrence, Joan Rivers. Added treat - live: Barbra Streisand and Mayor John Lindsay at the gala Broadway film premiere of "Funny Girl." THE OUTSIDER Meet Dave Ross, a go-it-alone private eye who's always finding himself where the action is. Darren McGavin stars. Premiere! And on Friday: Tony Franciosa, Gene Barry in Til* Nam* *f tli* 6am*, first of a 90-minute movie series. TONIGHT ON fire hazard nuisance. Judge Hardy 9/3/68 Anthony L. Silvia vs. Blanche Reid, damages, Silvia to recover $10,540 from defendant of which $8,450has already been paid him. Judge Hardy 9/3/68 Taylor Bros. Funeral Home vs. Jack Morgan, Plaintiffs to recover $900,70 from defendant plus $356 for attorney fees. 9/3/68 David Lee Thomas vs. Pearl David so n^ damages. Court rules defendant to pay $2,100 to plaintiff's parents and $1,000 Into court registry for minor defendant. Judge Hardy 9/3/68 Dale Wilson vs. Texas Employers Insurance Association, compensation. Court approves $3,500 for plaintiff in compromise settlement of Workmen's Compensation In- surance, Judge Hardy 9/3/66 Lonnle J, Bofque, a minor, vs. Mrs, noddle L. Graham, damages. Defendant to pay $1,000 to plaintiff. Judge Hardy. 9/3/68 Aurella Brush vs, Adalr Pipeline Co., Inc. Compromise settlement made and plaintiff to take nothing by suit. Judge T. M. Gupton 9/3/68 Martha Shaw Crocker vs. Abe Norman Opsal, damages, Compromise settlement reached, plaintiff to take nothing by suit. Judge Guplon, 9/5/68 Carroll Ray Jackson vs. Texas Employers Insurance Association, compensation. Plaintiff gets award of $3,700, final award of Texas Industrial Accident Board set aside. Judge Gupton 9/6/68 James Bonner vs. Travelers Insurance Co., compensation. Plaintiff gets award of $4,000, final award of Texas Industrial Accident Board set aside, Judge Gupton 9/6/68 AMF Plnspotters Inc., vs. Thomas G. Graham, d/b/a Brazosport Bowling Center, Plaintiff to recover from defendant $3,833.28. Judge Gupton 9/9/68 Michael Milligan, a minor, vs. Wllford H. King, damages. Plaintiff to recover from defendant $750 in court approved settlement. Judge Hardy. 9/10/68 COURT OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS Gestle L. Lewis vs. John Stephen Lewis, divorce. Granted. Custody of two chil- .dren awarded plaintiff, defendant gets visiting rights and is to pay $100 a month child support; property settlement approved. Judge Goff 9/10/68 Luther Hartwell Boyd, stay of license suspension, stay granted pending outcome of appeal. Judge Arnold 6/t6/6t George A, House, driving while Intoxicated. Fined fioo and Sentenced to 10 days In Jail with credit for previous Jail time. Judge Arnold Goff 8/20/68 Ennls Jones, theft. Sentenced to 30 days In jail with credit for 28 days already spent there.JudgeArnold 8/20/68 Randy Raines, stay of driver's license suspension.Stay granted until final court order in appeal. Judge Arnold 8/22/08 John C. Glosson, aggravated assault. Fined $200 on being found guilty after plea of nolo contendre. Judge Arnold 8/23/68 POPULAR MARKETPLACE for Antique collectors. . .the Classified Ads. Is your offer there? Dial BE 3-2611 today! 4-H Horst Club will meil in WC tonight A reorganizations! me*tlftg of (he 4-H Horse Club will be held this evening In *ne Columbia High School heaHH room at 7. All Interested persons are Invited to attend. Members must be nine years old or older. The program will Include an election of officers and t demonstration ofgroomlng equipment and its care, plus "How to Groom a Horse." Refreshments and games will follow the meeting. For further information contact the 4-H leaders, Mrs. Gene Honeycutt or Sherman Jones. A**"** SALE ENDS SEPT. 30 Ladies' Mink Trim LONG COA7S Group I Plush Wool Sizes 6 to 16 Reg. 365.00 Honey-White-Beige Now 4990 Group II Cashmere & Boucle All Mink Collars Show Country Of Origin Apple Blossom- Avocado-Belge Camel-Green-Block Wrangler Nylon W/NDBREAKER i Tailored Ye How Green- B lack-Blue Boys' Size 8 to 18 Reg. 5S.OO Now Men's S-M-L Reg. 56.00 Now 3 88 : 4 8B Entire Stock of Haggar Uncuffed SLACKS Fall and Summer Weights Reg. S12 toSIS JO" [literal lor Reg. SI6toS22 | Extra 1488 USE YOUR SHOPPER'S CHARGE CARD! ^^^ Men's Short Sleeve 27SPORT SH/R7S Values to 56.00 S-M-L 3 FOR 70°° Boys' "Saddle King'" ,V Never Iron V JEANS and Save 54" Dacron Double Knits Solid and Novelty Weaves Full Pieces Assorted Colors Reg. $6.00 Per Yard Q99 \J 45" FALL PR/NTS r Dacron Cotton- Oxford Prints Avril Cotton-Broadcloth Values to $1.39 77$ Per Yard Sizes 6 |o 16 Slims & Regulars :•:•:•: Reg. S3.98 $ji Final Clearance SUMMER FABRICS Group I- '' 3 Yds. Group II- <+», 2 Yds. forsf>/ Imported Acrylic Cordijon SWEATERS Bulky Weight-Hand Washable With 4 Without Collart S-M-L White and Assorted Colon Reg. S12 to 514 Now Q97 Perfect For Fall And Christmas Gifts Children's Jumping Jacks SHOES Entire Stock (Except White High Tops) Sizes 8 1/2 to 4 Reg. $10 toSII Now New Fall Styles and Colors Connies-Jacqueline Ladies' PLAIN PUMPS Red-Black-Nutria-Antique Brown Reg. to 515.00 Now n 90 Reg. 17.95 18.95 19.95 21.95 34.95 27.95 Men's Portage and Porto-Ped SHOES Entire Stock SAVE 20% Men's Orion CREW SOX One Size Fils All Wide Color Selection Reg. SI.00 3"»2 3 Mira Cord Fringe Trim BEDSPREAD 85°t Rayon 15% Nylon Full Size 95 x 1 10 Reg. SI).00 A.77 Red-Turquoise-Gold-Wedgewood Blue- Avocado Jumbo Clipped Velour TOWELS Novelties and Solids "\ A7 32 x 44 and Larger 1^' If Perfect S3.00 Now

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