The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 20, 1975 · Page 1
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Lawmen launch wide manhunt for three men .IH'S, < aa*| f >u#rt] (ttrntuhni eJwi{;f>«f *, wirier tsw Uraw/ria County law enforcement officers arc continuing their search today /or tnrw convict* who escaped from the Texas Department of Corrections Clemens Unit Wednesday •piM URAZQSPORT mm m The Facts £STABL/SH£D 1913 JN FRBEPORT Lake Jackson Clute Freeport "*•'! ij ?•-,•.• i' ;•/•**, iV**! i'".',", (if a i*,-t •- s t *xruC> f * i at I SKV and * Sea ttlM» ; . t; * r;. j,-,-< *, <,C 51::-. ;.<••«•» »', •> « a ir. »!« Srx Hems top Richwood * . " J >,*<• JliVsES.ii-:*'' »rj-\ ;«;:*!«'f. \ ,i -. , , ^^ 'r*i.'' atk.rj-^jttr. of 'hf [>»••* !...:«•!}•<a ,1 »fKl f.(-,.»r.^r-i ,.;• ! )rt- IKV iK'4!r-*n«-r i»r ! ?h,v !£;-•',£ !hr i!;i!i- ,vf t, 1 * *v.-rk s*"«.»;iWi (rui'r. So\ V t< NV.v 2» A!!"c «!Hiri» h.-nr .»!*;> 'tf-^n mft'tr fur 1. 1 hi } i. « i n r *, » !lu* iiiA>!>r * I'S''*"., rcfM-if?* fff.ifn t i MS-,- ttfrii .*r/i! i i.iti '.'. '. SEEN and HEARD silt it \ i, WHii.M r. i'. AHS»;M tf H! s, major A! lit (mi liilotkim C4>IU"t{e in altriulin^ luo ces in Houston one on chemical and •>|>onwre<l by ir !<«t)ert A Welch oumtatum aw) Ow other « vult>-flu(tcnt career [\«'«li()n seminar Tr»> Tenl rt-i'ijjirnl of tt JStiu o» Chemical Co ected president ol the itrre&ting /eta Club of Phi Beta Jiwority BKTTY CLKVKU.VD of zona. happy to be the uer of a door prii* en at a Christmas open ise held by u IHISIIH-SS in T tmvii TltOltN'TON U, recuperating in iit se'K ilospUttl in Houston Iter heart bypas* surgery londay... Tbe 'AotnAn taken hf/stagf; by the state approved-'.rmtiet is reported to be m good condition in Community HwjpjJa! where she •*•«.* Ukwi for treatment of a broken ankle Tfop woman's identity U being withheld until authorities capture the She vr-as found by Rrazona Count) Sheriff's Doputie* about f! 15prn when the search moved to High* ay ."532 near llm'iskk- Country Ciub folio'* ing a report ptflrmf? thf trjo in !h;it virin)'-. A «!fy/fc«fi,'n.iifl for UK- .Sheriff's Office wild 'he fsrv. information concerning the escape came about 4:37 p.m. It was about that time that Clemens Warden, L. H Beaird reported a prison-owned truck and another vehicle wrecked in a ditch on CR 400 behind the prison farm. One source said the trusties had been working on the truck nearly all day. Another report indicated the trio had escaped with a TDC dump truck but collided with the vehicle driven by the woman who was taken hostage, The TDC said the escapees are Randy Dunlop, 22, serving a five-year sentence for burglary from Potter County. He is described as white, 5-10 tall weight 120 pounds, ruddy complexion, brown hair and eyes. James Eider BUyiock. 26, is serving 40 years for robbery from Montgomery and Dallas Counties. He is said to be ' Please turn to P. 23, Col 4; School officials pleased with quarter system V. \t .*•-,*-<•,>•.<••.-:•. S' ! "-' ••'.-; I '•. '' ' ' v ' j S ?. f t 1 . -°- 1 /l "' '"" i',!!;'^r';. ••< ;'.,j>j ; -^::.,; '.'..•• •.jl,c,i !":•(• /;:^if".i-* *).»;:•, .. ,, . .-,_ ,, ,; , ^ . ,. :^ :< .r7i.un.ff' A!»' OCAW election planned at plant !>(:•« !'«• i.) Hf'.a! !! ('• •"<••'• '••••' 'i ' '- i«,ii.^ ""' * r r. < f- ! [i r n •!;; c ! ! •> T; r '^ MM ,•;,»:;!,:* .Did vhif. Special meeting slated at Clute ' i.t'TK A ; ;:w;-ciA; ,'j.rr 1 .. .".*;,:•.' \i,;f i :!> t^.^H',' ;• ,t<- ivr;\ caiUxi for '." p ':, Kt:rf;i> ;r. the i\.-., ; - K :i i v ,-. , jr.?*-: a: f'.u Hall r.';i '. •<><! ittTi; •> ...' !'.)v.r-.e.y.» -^ ihr aiit-r.il.i t " • • r .^> > r ;, rate .TiCrriisrs ',!.,! !.i thr M.HH PUBLIC INVITED TO BFAC ANNUAL ; MEETING TONIGHT j The puhiir i't invittHi ; lo attend HH I annual mwtsnx I i'nuajipiy! Fun- I CfHUKll af '*htrh M'M'tai j rep«)r(« «ili U- gut-n J CTHtcerntnit the progress j awl plniw for (he (','enter ; I for ihe Arts and j i Science* ;*•«;'-,;,•*. -i T f , . ( ' ii"*» tl.c^r itctn*. tfir irat-'.u.^ •A;;! rivers ;,• jM-nrii! the Ci.MHU-:! In Ijdlv! ,.n exivii!;-, e M-V,!,,!;. ili-^hn^ with }x r.wii\;,c! ' ! '>o Art* I is expected to tx-gin • j about B p m at j i Hiverside Country club, j ) following a dinner to bo j attended by BKAC i trustw*. officers, etc President H. I. Hryani said (hat anyone interested m learning more about the Council or tb« Center will be welcome at the meeting In addition to reports on the financial situation, projected needs, and construction Hiatus of the ("enter. new bylaws for the BFAC will be con bidered, ab well as a slate of officer* for l»76. Fatally hurt man identified by authorities James Black, 55. of 316 \Ve*t Plum in Angktun was identified as the man killtxj in a truck lucotitotivc collision V\cdnesday morning ' The accident occurred about 8 15 a m on the Dow U-vee IU«d behind the latex plant An empty dump truck Black was driving was cut in half by two railroad engines Hlack was born in Karnack, Tex He moved to the Angletoti urea about l!> yean, ago from Marshall A professional truck driver. Hlack had for MAM Riggers and Constructors, li»c since Kcb 22 ot (his ye^r He in survived by his wife, Mary McBeth Black and btep-daughter. Lynn McBeUi, both of Arigleton His parents were the late Joe and Roberta Black. Also surviving are tliree sisters. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Gardner Funeral Home, Services have ten tatively been svl for 2 p m . Saturday in the Angleton First Baptist Church PICKUP PUN TWQB schedules action BEGINS MONDAY IN FRECPORT KKKKr- •:': : on Texasgulf permit u^/ ir. Wh .-<l-j;'~! over the S)Z( . ri ,' the protected dischar«e and " self- report:::;; and .-ri'ifuUjring prcurfrrturcrs i;^ed bv Tcx^^ujf Tr.crVicv'.ing H to beheid . n -ho Madrid-Granada K f . 0 rn cf 'he Sheraton Crw! in:i. star'.ing at 9 a n ; . No'. 2ft The applicant is asking p<'rrnii.sson for a discharge fK'' 'o fcxct-c-d ar. average flo ^ ''• ' 3 .-^'^ t ^ gallons stna! and uvnt ctiusiyting of Hfd mir.-f water, toiler trr-ft '.(•'_ d%..i;«^'!c '.(.ail '. ; . "'' r ! "' >'iin?.!;:<' sr^\<.tun! uf rainfaji ranoff containing •wastes from a sulfur mining facility. Lone Star Salt Water Co . a wholly owned sutaidiary of TexasguJf. Inc., snd operator of a drainage ditch into which •*a,stewater is released from the sulfur mining opc-ratton, previously held « discharge permit which i.s being ehmmated, and the discharge respon- SK . Cities will be combined into the perrni! proposed for The treated mine uaste-Aater will go from the Lone Star Saij %'ater Cv fi;',th into the tidal zone of UK- San Bernard River. County plans appeal of right-of-way awards Jh.v'.t.i.-', -*>'.!« .VA'.IT.IV, ji..f ihm- pjr<vi-> *a> :•>;-; Km-.»a \ .i, ,i <• i -:,<•>• Sri ar>;> pure *.•: M- o.l !.'•(• H)j •*.t> rw.M ,::-.•> .--f-er^i ...r.-.; A H Crov.-.j.i-r Jr . sen: a •o«i uriik-r tt,i- request for transfer of .!«! proceeding'. S4fri.i.(K. >.i !o the county '«(rid:.. piisMxi clerk's office to pay she r. unanm'.fnisiy a wan! to John H Jamison. lo uriier an et al. for \y. acns in ;v»o i~! <>n parc-eh fi-r 'fie rigrn-of- ;. thf w ;j> Conimissinfier Joe k- r.i-, n.c.'.K.:'. Hrinar.ce explained that !»t;ir.: i);s'.r;ci the award -A^* liased on r:gh:<»Jway, damages :o the land, bv lanciioeking it, and was not bas«i on a $3.2>>» per acre market price for land in that area. Bngance said the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation had approved the price, sa> ing it was in keeping with land values in that area (Please turn toK 23, Col. 3) Museum adopts argonaut symbol THK BK4ZIVSPORT .Museum of Natural Science's new emblem is the argonaut, a Udic^te ihell-like egg case, known as Uie "cradle of the sea." Mildred Tale, curator of Marine Science, shows two of the egg cases, a««l the only iuiown living specimen found on lh« Gulf Coast preserved in a Nature Gem The argonaut, or paper nautilus, is the basis tor the design of the museum's lo^o, used on ielter heads and other printed material, The rare and delicate egg case "shell" of Argonauts argo has been chosen as the official emblem of the Brazosport Museum of Natural Sc.ence. The Argonuuta was first named by early Greek and Homan writers, alluding to the Argonauts who sailed with Jason in search of the, Goiden Fleece. The Ar g o n a u t a remained a scientific mystery until the middle of the nineteenth century when it was discovered that the octopus-like mother, with her two specialized arms, made the paper-thin case to hold and protect her eggs until they hatch and swim free. The only known living specimen of a mother argonaut with her egg case, to be collected off the Texas Coast is on display at the museum entrance, preserved by Iminac in a Nature Gem Mildred Tate, curator of Marine Science, stated that the fragile Argonaut (Paper Nautilus) was chosen by the museum's board of trustees because this collector's treasure that has long been known as the "Cradle of the Sea," is sometimes washed onto these shores now known as the "Cradle of Texas" (tfae Bicentennial symbol of (Please turn to P. 23, Coi. «>

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