The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 22, 1963 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 freepert. Te«ei tue., October 22. 1963 THE FACTS Courthouse records MAHRJACE UCENSKS Carol I esley Garner ami Mrs. Glrmla Kayr Garner Monlro Carrllo.tr. and Stella Mary Ramos Ell llolcomh and Miss Addle Mae Johnson Edwin Richard Cunningham and Miss Dora Dflle May Jerry I,co Moorn ami Miss Goraldlro- Rogers James Lancelot Wise ami Miss Francis Elizabeth McPherson Ronnie Terrell Warren ami Miss Connie Sue Peters Gerald Louis Francis and Mrs. Virginia West Emmons Henry W. Merrill Jr. and Mrs. lloma E. Dallensky Warren John Walker and Bonlta Lynn Yandell Morris Gene Dodson and Miss tma Nell Lllley Granval Jason Nance and Willie Evelyn Gregg Norman Lee Miller and Miss Joe Ann Williams Jerry Don Harrison and Miss Cecelia Ann Gernand Jennings Bryan Falrchlld and Miss Waunlta Alice Lynch Clifford Prescott Robertson and Mrs. Lucy Mae Beasley Sam Wells Jr. and Mrs. Wanda June Knudsen Preston J<M Miller and Miss Doris Kay Howard Eugene Howard Hart and Miss Mary Louise Oliver George Hubert Morris and Miss Molly May Kaysllp Rich Martin and Miss Melbo Sanchez . • Earnest Lynn Mccoslln and Miss Karen sue Crabtree Gilbert Zamora and Carldene Burnett Earl Joseph Htngle Jr. and Miss Bertha Ann Wolley Anson Patrick Franklin and Miss Jeanette Kay Huber Ronald Dean Brltt and Miss Patricia Lynn Matthews James Wallace Mitchell and Miss Clara Nell Knopp Walter Donald McMillan and Miss Evelyn Mae Thompson Jerry Dale WalkerandMIss Kathryn Louise Horn Lewis William Thompson and Mary Lou Lee Allen Claude McGlnnls and Mrs. Beverly Ray Welslnger Elmer Kemp Webb and Miss Rose Marie Smith DISTRICT COURT DOCKET DIVORCES Lesille Grubb vs. James J. Grubt, divorce granted. Name restored, as per decree on file. Louise King vs. Robert Franklin King, divorce granted. Custody of minor child awarded to plaintiff with visitation rights to defendant.De- fendant ordered to pay$60per :,onth support, as per decree on file. Alma Joan Allen vs. L. T. Allen, divorce granted, as per decree on file. Mercy Becerra Melchorvs. Faustino Melchor Jr., divorce granted. Custody of minor child awarded to plaintiff, as per decree on file. Jack Randall Sims vs. Deanna Louise Sims, divorce granted, as per decree on file. Sylvia Jeanene Sury vs. Laurence'L. Sury, divorce granted. Property settlement approved. Custody of minor child awarded to the plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pa)' $15 per week as support, as per decree on file. Jeraldlne French vs. Robert w. French, divorce granted. Custody of minor child awarded to plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $85 per month support. Property settled, *s per decree on file. Carolyn H. Alexander vs. Walter Herbert Alexander, divorce granted. Custody of minor child awarded to the plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $60 per month sup. port. Reasonable visitation rights granted. Property settled, as per decree on file. Remonlii Knopp vs. W. R. Knopp, divorce granted, is per decree on file. Nell Caldwell appointed attorne; ad lltem. Kathrjn Marie McCumuer bs. David Ra)tnond McCumber, divorce granted. Custody of minor child awarded to plaintiff. Defendant ordcrejto pay $50 per month supjort, as per dec ret- on file. Adolph D. Anders vs. Jua- nlta M. Anders, divorce granted, as per decree on file. Nanc> Ellen Hicks vs. Bobby Dean Hicks, divorce granted, as per decree on file. Marvin c. HU1 vs. Doris Imojean Veal Hill, divorce granted, as per decree on file. Margaret Hurst vs. George Hurst, divorce granted. Name restored, property settled, as l>er decree on file. Millie Putman vs. G. M. Putman, divorce granted. James Albert Pruett Jr., esquire, appointed attorney ad lltem. CusloJ) of minor chil- per Uecrpi' on flip, Ida Evans vs. Jeff Evans Jr., divorce granted, as per decree. Beverly Kay Welslnger vs. Douglas Clyde welslngpr, divorced granted. Custody of minor child awared to plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $60 per month support, visitation rights granted, as per decree on file. CIVIL SUITS Samuel King vs. Traders and General Insurance Co., compensation. Judgement by agreement after evidence, as per decree on file. Johnny Domlnguez vs. Casualty Reciprocal Exchange, compensation. Judgment by agreement, as per decree on file. Janet shumway, et vlr vs. The Dow chemical Co., el al, damages, judgment, as per decree on flic. Johnnie Mae George vs. American Poultry and Egg Co., et al, damages. Judgment entered, as per decree on file. W. L. Stephens vs. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., compensation. Agree judgment for plaintiff In sum of $8,500, as per decree on file. Alblna M. Plwonka vs. Texas Employers Insurance Association, compensation. Judgment by agreement. Marvin E, Russell, etuxvs. S. M. Cowan, damages. Judgment by default after evidence, as per decree on file. Ramon V. Hernandez vs. Hardware Mutual Casualty Co., compensation. Judgment, is per decree. COUNTY COURT DOCKET CRIMINAL CASES Edward Peterson, aggravated assault. Defendant entered plea of guilty, and was sentenced to six months In Brazorla County Jail. Credit given for time already spent in Jail. John Ramos, aggravated assault. Defendant entered plea of guilty, and was sentenced to 22 days In Brazorla County Jail, credit given for time already spent In Jail. Ned Brewtngton, aggravated assault. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was sentenced to be confined in Bra- zorla County Jail. Credit given for time already spent in Jail. Ambrosia Vega Jasso, driving while intoxicated. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was lined $50 plus Court cost and sentenced to three days In Brazorla County Jail. Credit given for time already spent In J»U. Labroa Pierce, liquor law violation. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was fined $100 plus Court costs. Harold W. Macha, worthless check. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was sentenced to three months in Bra- zorla county Jail. Credit given for time already spent in JaiL James Perry, aggravated assault. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was sentenced to one yearlnBrazoria County Jail. Credit given for time already spent in jail. Moses GUspy, threat to take life. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was fined $100 plus Court costs. Credit given for time already spent la jail. Paul Soria Diaz Jr., driving while intoxicated. On motion of the district attorney, this cause is reduced to driving on wrong side of road, and floe Is set at $150 plus Court costs. Marty Reese Conroy, driving while Intoxicated. Defendant entered plea of guilty. Fine set at $250 plus Court costs and defendant sentenced to three days in Bratorla County Jail, credit given for time already spent In Jail. Robert Lee Whittle, appeal, City of Freeport court, hitting a parked vehicle. Motion by defendant to quash is held good, and same is granted. Bertie PUcker Nelson, appeal from Justice Court, Precinct Six, failure to control speed to a void collision. Original complaint found to be defective in that It falls to allege a prims facia speed limit and defendant's motion to quash is hereby granted. Mary Lee Reed, unlawfully carrying a pistol. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was fined $200 plus Court costs and sentenced to 30 days In Brazorla County JalL credit given for time already spent in jail. Richard Wilson Pyl«, aggravated assault, on recommendation of the district attorney, and at the request of the complaining witness, this cause is dismissed. Tommle Baggett, wortMess check. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was sentenced In Brciort; C*"/a*y Mr. and Mrs. Titrlok of UKE •re announcing, "it's a gtrlt" Linda Kay arrived in Community Hospital on Oct. 13 weighing seven pounds, 10 ounces. LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSES,from left, Mrs. J. H. Nonreorthy, Mrs. Duane O'Neal, Mrs.Harryunderwood,MlssAl- vera Prank, and Mrs. D. E. Miles, completed their year of training and schooling recently and took their state board exams this weekend in Austin. Jail. Credit given for time already spent in JalL A. R. Macha, worthless check. Defendant entered plea of guilty and sentenced to 90 days in Brazoria County Jail. Credit given for time already spent in jail. Clarence Marvin Cobb, ag- gravacsd assault. This cause dismissed on recommendation of the district attorney, and at the request df the complaining witness. Roy Lee Halpaln, driving while license suspended. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was fined' $25 plus Court costs. Ruth Ray, liquor law violation. Defendant entered plea of guilty and was fined $100 plus Court costs. Johnny Alton Hamlin, driving while Intoxicated. On recommendation of the district attorney, this charge Is reduced to driving on the wrong side of the road, and defendant's fine Is set at $200 plus costs. Earl Preston Bailey, driving while Intoxicated, on plea of guilty, defendant Is fined $50 plus Court costs and sentenced to three days In Bra- zorla County JalL Credit given for time already spent in jail. James Brown, theft, on plea of guilty in open court and on recommendation of the district attorney, punishment is set at 55 days In Brazorla County Jail. Credit given tor time already spent in ja!L O. S. McDonald, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. This cause has been handled by justice Court on basis of charge of simple assault and is dismissed In this court. CIVIL SUITS Earl Kirk Jr., et al vs. Bill Bearden, debt Judgment in favor of plaintiff by default, In the sum of $210, plus $21 costs, as per decree. Frank Oliver and wtfeAlma Louise Oliver vs. J. a. Al- Jerdlce and the Texas Department of public Safety, stay of suspension. Slay order granted as prayed for and as per order. Mrs. Rosett Day Kerr and Tollit Kerr vs. J. B. Alderdice and the Texas Depart, ment of public Safety, stay of suspension, stay order granted as prayed for and as per order. Mrs. Katye L. Cook and Miss Edastelle Cook vs. State of Texas, stay of suspension. Stay order granted as prayed for and as per order. George J. Hill vs. State of Texas, Department of Public Safety, stay of suspension. Stay order granted as prayed tor and as per order. W. L. Lashley and Associates, inc. vs. AmerlcanCon- struction Company, garnishee, writ of garnishment. This cnuse dismissed on motion of plaintiff, with costs adjudged against plaintiff, as per order. Ernest C. Hunt Jr. vs. Ralph W. Shirley, debt. This cause dismissed on application of Plaintiff, and at plaintiffs costs, as per order. MR. RHODES SMITH HAS JOINED THE STAFF OF PARK AVE. BARBER SHOP And would appreciate your patronage LVN class graduates at Community Hospital The first class of licensed vocational nurses to train at Community Hospital has graduated and taken their state board exams in Austin. The five women have been studying end training for a full year on a six day per week {schedule. For the first 10 weeks, they attended classes fullllme at Wharton County Junior College In Wharton. For the next ten weeks, they attended classes three days at Community Hospital. The remainder of the year was spent with one day each week at school and five at the hospital. The graduates include Mrs. J. H. Norsworthy of Rt. l, Angieton, Mrs. Duane O'Neal of ADgetoo, Mr*. Harry Underwood and Mrs. D. E. Miles of Clute,andMlssAlvera Pra- zafc of Freeport. Mrs. O'Neal has returned to her home state of Missouri since completing the training but the other four are remaining on the local hospital staff. Community Hospital is again participating in the training program with the Mharton school and has five new students. The licensed vocational nurse is able to assist the registered nurses and physicians with more complicated duties tUn those performed by the nurses aides. The program was begun In Texas In ; »5! to relieve registered nurses for the specialized Teacher at Lanier hurt in collision An English teacher at Lanier School in Freeport was injured in a car-school bus wreck on Highway 288 in the Juliff area Monday morning. Miss Mary Catherine Hicks, who lives In Houston, was on her way to Lanier when h»r 1961 Mercury was Involved In the wreck with a Fort Bend County School bus. C. F. Sayles, Lanier principal, said the Lanier band director, Herman C. Cnatmon arrived at the scene of the wreck a short time after it happened, chatmun, reported Miss Hicks had received a severe chin laceration from a steel neck brace she had been wearing due to recent neck surgery, and that she also complained of chest pains. She was taken to Aogleton Clinic for first aid treatment, then to St. Elizabeth's Hospital tii Houston. duties which perform. only they Cheryl Le« picked Oct. in tor her advent In Community Hospital and her weight was recorded at five pound*, 12 ounces. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard.L. Andrews, of FREEPOHT. You may now add Sr. to the name of Mr. andMrs.G.G. Salatar of FHEEI'ORT-Gil- bert Garcia Jr. was born in Community Hospital on Oct. 14. He weighed In at nine pounds, five ounces. CLUTK Is the home town of Ramon Jr. who timed his arrival in Community Hospital for Oct. 14. fie weighed in at seven pounds, iz 1/2 ounces and he is ttte son of Mr. and Mr a. Ramon /arate Sr. Nine pounds, IS ounces was chalked up for Thorn an Matthew whose birth in Community Hospital was an event of Oct. 14. Announcing hln arrival are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Gore of Frem The Mitirnlty VVardi James E. UHAZORIA. JACKSON —— Mr. nnd Mrs. Felix R. 1.0- pe* of FREEPORT are parents of a new son they named Mnrtln Don. The Infant weighed five pounds, in ouncen at birth In Community Hospital on Oct. 14. It's a "feminine bundle" for Mr. and Mrs. Ron* K. Weber Jr. of UKE JACKSON — Pamela Lynne was born In Community Hospital on Oct. 14 and her weight was recorded as seven pounds, six nnd a half ounces, Cynthia Fay selected Oct. 14 for her birth In Community Hospital. Her weight was listed at six pound.., is 1/2 ounces and she Is the pride and Joy of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Pasket Jr. of FREEPORT. Illnrlch Helmut tipped the scales at Community Hospital at one and a fourth ounces over nine pounds when he wms born on Oct. IS. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Helmut G. Popping* of CLUTE. Mr. unclMrs. IJoydK. Speed of FREEPORT have Important news-they have a new son. Kevin Keith weighed seven pounds, 12 ounces at birth in Community Hospital on oci. 15. Stan Dnane Is the reason for the excitement nt the homo of Mr. und Mrs. Hill E. Jennings in ci.im;-Uie young man welRhert seven pounds, four and a half nuncna at birth In Community Hospital on Oct. IS. Mr. and Mm. William V. James of FHKKPORT tre relaying Ihe news, "it's a boyl" William Cody arrived In Community Hospital on Oct. 10 weighing seven pounds, eight ami n half ounce*. Oct. in was the date Harold Ray chose for his birth In Community Hospital weighing six pounds, five and a half ounces. Announcing the event are hl» parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Robinson of BRA/.ORIA. Oliver Ray Jr. triad* Oct. 1C on eventful day for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. {{.Gibson Sr. of FHEEPOltT-the younc man arrived that day In Community Hospital weighlnjt seven pounds, 19 1/4 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. James U. Matthews of FREE POUT have something brand new~ R non. Uouglis Jim«s tipped the scales «t iwjven pounds, thre* and a half ounces at birth In Community Hospital on C)ct. 17. ANGLKTON Is Tunny ooa's home town and Mr. Leand Prison farm guard has fatal attack DRAZORIA-Funeral services for James Thomas Gattls, 39, will be held Wednesday at S p.m. In (he Central Dap-> tint Church in Jacksonville. IliirUI will be In MlxonCeme- tery with the Thompson-Elliott Funeral Home In eherge of arrangments. Ciattls dl«d suddenly at m W- mornlng Monday In a doctor'** office In Uratorla after a heart attack, Ho had been employed M a guard al Clemens State Farm, but was a native of Jacksonville. He had lived la Itracorln for 16 months. Survivors Include his wife, Barbara, and a daughter, Virginia Dlann, both • Dracorlit mother, Mrs. NemnU Gait Jl of Dlavllle; father, Carl Gattls of Jscks<tnvtlle| a sister, Mrs. John U Sloes of Dlsvllte; and a brotnnr, Marion Ray Gettls of Mexli. The Iwdy was taken to Jack- sonvlt!« by Maker Funeral llomit of West Columbia. Mrs. Ray K. Button ar* her parent*. Oct. 17 w*s the dibA of her birth in community Hospital and seven pounds, nliw and a half ounces was her weight. If it's newer looking than our'64 Fbrds,it's still on the drawing board! Solid, silent Super Torque Ford for 1964-hundrcds of pounds heav- ler. it's stronger, smoother and steadier than any other car in its field. 1964 Ftlrlane-low priced combination ol family sj*e room and sports- car feel. Now backed by over a bilbon owner driven miles. "TRV KING EDWARD 1964 Falcon-all new big-car styling! The plushest ride ever built into a compact! Lively optional V-8. Same famous Falcon economy. Arerit they beautiful! Announcing a whole new line of born winners...all with a totally new look of beauty...and a totally new feel at the wheel. And all built for total performance. That's Ford's new breed of ride, response, ruggedness...born in rallies, races and economy runs. Different? Words can't describe it. Only a test drive can! ._ WYWAL PERFORMANCE'64 '^IfORD DEALERS \ FRED CLAIBORNE FORD, INC 514 WEST 2id ST. FREEPORT

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