The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 2, 1974 · Page 15
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 15

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, October 2, 1974
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nerafion of waste of sea study by EPA Agency, the NatfeMt WttaUte Fwderttion tNWK ttHl the Sb*U C1»*»l<a» C*. today an. tKKMWQ H ]0im pf&pttBM w. «vahtat« • w» *mrMtt** to ftst oftim dumping df oraudc -* ^-.» «.. .. .,,i«^ T^ ^* ______ ; - +*~ uiafwt w*tta ' ' uMUKiatwD. A pnJto bearing to review Ml proposal nm b> held la ttouaton FridJiy. Oct. 4, at I pjn. at the Shamrock; HiHtm HoW, OntiUlM Room Hfffc lemperaiuro com- button <* organ* chloride waste* on the high seat, muse by European industry since Wl, fe now available in to- dnstries In the United Stale*, in Jttty MM Shell Chemical Co, catered. into »n agreement WMt. ^MAAM _MM|M.MMM^ ---- wiui ocean COIHOUHJUU ser* vi«e el Rotterdam. The Netherlands. to Incinerate chlorinated hydrocarbon waiitoi from Its ttatxjisriu Twi., facility to accordance with all applicable government controls. At that time, EPA did not consider ocean lijcmentkn to be subject to refutation under the ocean dumping law. to recognition of the need for responsible control at this activity and to H'lyonat to concern* brought by the National Wildlife Federation. a private conservation organisation. the Environmental Protection Agency has DOW modified to earlier interpretation and concluded that ocean incineration it (object to EPA ocon (temping sicgulsiioHs, A consequence of this decision win be a delay In the j activity "SPA and ,VWT *gr*»~th*t Ocean CombtuttoB Service and Shea Chemical C*. turn wraptted wtth aB pmtoasly applicable governmental regulations and deserve prompt consideration tor a permit (o Incinerate accumulated wastes under wncentratww, the BOI thai activity or remits from me Shell burnt t^Ofleanre « addition, tn will be raphfty dbpened «»d order that converted to ordinary suit. nwriwrtag acitrftkw m*y b* Appropriate nwaullons earned BWJ it »w«**ary that wtH he taken to soBihset the an inrttfratsow cite outthfc ot rotinerttlloB away from areas «UHn« dumb 'tile* ** of commercial or teiieiittMai doignal^ti A *it* itt tHE BRA20SPOKT FACTS WW1PORT. , T*» nutter lake* on ad- dilJonal arfmcy «tow UNI tad»r«U<» ship «h*ch hn |wt arrived from Guram t» aralUhte for only a Itmited time, a tookcenun said. In eompQance with KPA rcquireneahv, SbeU OtemicaJ Ox suspended comtntioiMil ocean dumping of organic eMoride waste* to November mx The ie*rth for e»- vironmeaUUy acceptable dbpoMl method* ltd to the iacinention facilities ottered by Ocean Combustion Service. Until tab and other alternating can be implemented. the Shefl waste* are being EPA haa aitteotly opposed the ocean dumptnf of organic chloride wastes by conventional means, a pretenimry review of ifae Curopean octan incineration experience wtgests that there to merit to this disfmai method. High teetperalitre oven incineration should destroy well over » J per cem of the organic ridoride waste* by converting them to carbon dioxide and hydrogen chloride, EPA said. Although hydrogen chloride is. an Irritant and Is toxic at certain of M«tet>, \» from the nearMi land, wtt) b* for tM» to KPA. At-aea been rvatuated and fa> by bedfo* and th* cemmtarity if mihwtMd dar AMrtCMi »»«*« the oMnMtat wtnM hi tp«lt«inan for th* Nati*aa) dxtihM IK t» Ar ««A ami f«4tt«} h* the hot Danbury school names class officers DANBURY - Oat* officers , haw been etected at Oanhory Officers of the senior das* are Leah LeCompte. president: Sarah Howard, vtce president^ Toni Wtwfci* secretary; Nancy Morrow. corresponding secretary; PhSfip Lcge. treasurer: and Pad l.mtehnan. reporter. Officers of the nth grade are Haaold UosUk, president; t*t ' ' ' W«traeeo, *«* praideni; Vanessa Uhersk, secretary; Peggy Walker. treasurer. Loobe Prflwda. reporter; and Steve Seat. partjamrntariaa. Heading the 1Mb grade are Marci Howard, presideat, Terri Meaacc. vice presidettt; Gwea FlUpp. secretory; Toni Smith, treasnrcr: and Steve OTarreO, historten. Ninth grade officers ar» Cneryl Zgarha, president; Bud Untetman. vie* praddent; Affisoa UOamp**. seereUry; Eileen Knape. ireasarer; Karen rirf. rrporur; and Mtt« Lister. social chajrmaa. Officers of the eighth grade are Jaafe Priboda, prrrtdeol; Wade Novak. vk« prwddent: - Peggy - Shonan, KcrtUrjr; Oman Pettier, treasurer: *od Cheryl Plhpffct reporter. Seventh grade offlcen arc Glenn Sebesla. presideat; Alton Pettier, vk« presideot; Carol Frank, secretary; Tommy Harvey, tmsorcr; and Curtis Carether*, reporter. Here's the Answer BjAXDYlANG AP Nrwsfeatves Q.- Here's a problem that I have ran into several times over the years and now it confronts me again. There ts a large hole in the gypsum board wafl n our attic At that poiot. there is nothing netund the gypsum board, so if I try to put patching plaster into the hole it will just fall through. What can 1 do to make the natch hoJoYTiwsTrmwIm putting some kW of hacking behind the hole, but 1 don't know how to do it A. — Everybody who doea (bit type of v«* hastes own pet )de* of how to handle this situation, Q»e way fa to tak* a pieoR «f fjrpwm board <r aow other waJmatorialth*! is large caougb to cover the hole wteea it i* in pUc*. yet fault aaAugh nvt H cw b* at w *agl*v Place a long arrow in th* material aad put glue on the board to UsaJ whw preiiad tf^Ht^ the stdrf of th* w«fl.ii will stay in pU«- Yw h* w to bPW OP to th* Iij4 4 ti» «*•*««« *M» ttaglh* board to posttko until ih7 *4he»4va Uk« hold. The mesh is properly to place- Hold it there who* JOB or someone ete applies patching plaster against the mesh. When the plaster bcgms to harden, cat the cord. Wait a day, then fiB op the remainder of the hole even with the surroondrnf surface, exactly a* you would hate done had a twcUag be» there » the tint •aortiy to pi**, at which you ttk* out lh» screw CM f» ahead w«. th. nlajttr p^wwr^ • Q - In building a book bed for my children, can I use one-by 10-inch stock for the frame? A — Yea. That's a popular site. One word of caution don't ere* start buflding a bunk bed until you have purchased or hav* en hand the spring* and mattresses thai aretobetsMoM/youbittldaa ott-sb*. you may have a dtfkutt ttw getting spr»f» and maUresae* u fit. Q. - | ampunied by the term "dry rot" m reference u» wood, 1 always thought that wood decays only in the prewace of motstur* DOM wood also rot when It to tan *yt A- - The cspmsioR U iPmrthing of • nUswwwr, bscataw wood decay* IB the pretax* of faafi. wbkh do Mt grew to dry wood, Th* 6MI, whkhar* pUnia cw sisttog of microfcofiic thmd* eye oni> JJ**9 «»W ^ •*«>» Hi flinil mpi ifltf thf ft™ Ww*^ fl^^*' f^jfff ^^^^^y^ %MB* fli i*** ITS "HARVEST TIME" AND OUR BUYERS RMEST,«ESHEST HMK»S FOR THIS mtcf s n0«tD.\ IMHVN tUVKH RUBY RID GRAPEFRUIT 17 for '1 ' E*. PIUSBURY WHITE POTATO !«->** PIUSBURY 1U FRISKIES swreoo LAJICE LB.— -. CAUfORNIA TOWATOIS 45 FRESH €REBI CUCUMBERS M 1O< NONET DEW MELON .. 55° Cbd lawn Bags ^ 1 ^ HondiWrtip '' 65 Cot food 5 %S M Royal Oak Briquets **uf 2 15 jNelriist Slkks ^ 75 Oike Mix * Frosting •- 25 4MM» *«« *« t w Canned Drmks 7 '- M lotf "^ 43' irop r> S9^ »<» i»4»ij*»«»i» *»****»%;**< **ns*i» Milk 2^55 Coke x 6<J CUOAHt BAR-S HAM LEAN. TEHDER Italia WhHe Crapes , 49 Bogged Lemowis 'i- 69* Juky Oranges 4 £ 69* ffttlM » » " Yellow Onions '^ S9 4 Candy Apple KHs ^ 39* raciai cw^ * L»fe Sin Getory .* 39* Cmin Poppets «, 39* SWEET PEACHES Red Delkioos Apples ^ 45 »*a*H * ^ ^ • 4Mb QMi^KiSft nBH^aaA 3E^ WVII VOTVHi <*v <nff "***£*** «M Utttaroonis i. I H^VPWW V •»••• W" .a«T •i* »UK»«J«M »•**«* MCHU nHM uawi ^ __ - 47' REBAKED ROLLS FLAW M «MOlf «Mf*T $ Blankets CHECKS OK SOtlOS sat nun 1141 i SYLVANIA NUCICUBES WC.OPJ I 09 I lljpll ^ TwiPW ;..!*_, -V,_, ,'•',. 8 CANNON Tetrycloth Both Towels IT* « 44" Itlf 1

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