The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 22, 1971 · Page 6
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fljpi^ "/ Chances good for rehiring Carver' _ "i * f ' ^^ -, HOSTON- <AP) - Dr. foarver,' the f iupcrlntcndent of Houston f schools who was fired Aug. 33 .s'atter.a year on the job. ap- A pears headed back Into office f after Saturday's school board election. > ' ; ; ; A slate backed by the liberal New clues crop up in lisle slayings ll GAUVESTON (AP) ~ -•* Police pressed , their investigation today Into the execution style killings of two Galveslun tccn-age girls as < new leads in the case cropped , up- The pair, Debbie Ackcrman ' and'Maria Johnson, both 15, i were found tloating in Turner's Bayou at Texas City their hands and feet bound, two bullet holes in each of the girls.. > , "We. have one lead that looks real good," said Capt. Everett Walker. "We may , have something good Tuesday." Miss Johnson's body was found in the bayou Wednesday. It was determined later site had last been seen with a girlfriend and a search - near the same spot Thursday turned up Miss Ackerman's body. • --Both girls were naked below the waist. Each had been shot » twice with a .38 caliber pistol. ,* Walker said the pair was "reporti-d missing Monday aM'Tiiuiw by Miss Johnson's ttlOllHT. \ The investigation showed, he said, the two girts had apparently hitched a ride to " -Texas City ami returned to Galveston later in a laxicab, He said Mivs Ackerman left her purse in the cab and went to reclaim it around 8 p.m. Monday. Dr. Robert Bucklin, Galveston County medical • examiner, said he found ,. * eyidjenc.e,tbapa^rhpd engaged in"OTXual."iri1cYcourM! before/ .They were killed buTthat it was" impossible to determine if ithey had been raped. ' , "I found no bruises or other marks but there is no way to determine with a certainty they had or had not been raped," he said. ' He had said earlier it appeared the girls were kneeling when they were shot and their ' bodies pitched into the bayou. Their limbs had been bound with fishing line and shoelaces. ). A. UI.AWPKR of Rosenberg, Lions Club District 2-S4 governor, will make ail official visit to Freeport Lions at the dub's- 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, MOV, 23. meeting at the Freeport inn. Petawder is service manager for the ' South Tews Equipment Ca.$o/ Houston- INSURANCE^ FOR INSURANCE CALL Committee tor Good Schools, which campaigned ' on a promise to rchlre Carver v won two of the three positions outright and Its candidate Is the leader going Into n Dec. 7 runoff for the third position. The victory promises to make near complete a campaign started in 1969 when the CCS broke a decades-long domination of board politics by the Committee for Sound American Education. The liberal group swept all four posts filled In 1969. Its choices started a program of massive change and hired DT. Carver from the Walled Lake, Mich., schools after a nationwide search. Last August, however, one of the CCS members—the Rev. D. Leon Everett, a black minister—sided with the remaining three con- scrvatlvos to fire Carver. Everett said he was unhappy over the way Garvw handled school personnel, especially black administrators: JFK death anniversary is observed DALLAS (AP) Ceremonies commemorating the eighth anniversary erf the assassination of President John F. Kennedy were to be held today at the Kennedy Plaza memorial in downtown Dallas Three clergymen—a Roman Catholic bishop, a rabbi and a Baptist minister, uere to join Mayor Wes Wise in wreath- laying and brief remarks. Tl>e memorial is located about a block from the spot where the Warren Commission concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy Nov. 22. 1963. The ceremonies were sponsored by the Greater Dallas Council of Churches. BP menus reversed The menus as published Sunday for Ihe BraMSport Schools were switched for Tuesday and Wednesday. The traditional Thanksgiving dinner with turkey, etc., is served on Tuesday,: with barbecue on buns the Wednesday luncheon, since that mem takes less time to prepare and enables the lunchroom workers to leave early along with students and staff. Math students hold seminar Last week, the Mu Alpha Theta Club of Brazosport High School sponsored a math seminar on mathematical modeling. Guest speaker was William N. Smith, a systems specialist from Dow Chemical Co. Smith explained to the fifly- five advanced math students how through math and with the help of computers, problems are simulated and possible solutions examined. Students learned how one abstract mathematical model pould be applied to many seemingly diversified situations: In addition, students were able to see a rerun of Hurricane Car la as simulated by a computer. Sweeny observes holiday schedule SWEENY - The City Hall will be closed Nov. 23 ami 26 for the Thanksgiving holidays. There will be no garbage pickup on Thursday Ihe 25th. Garbage will be picked up on Friday as usual. An extra truck wilt be in operation r'riday to pick up garbage ordinarily picked up on Thursday. Citizens are urged 4 set their garbage out early Friday morning. The Sanitary Land/ill site will be closed Thursday, Nov. 25 and open on Friday, Nov I ^;M@/-;v:?'^^^^^ EViiSY TUESDAY! WITH EVEP.Y 5} SO PURCHASE OR "ORE :KORY .MICtS 0000 TMHU NOV. J4.UJI ; RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES we auour HONOR U.S.O.A, L rooo \STAMPS . SHANK PORTIOM, ROYAL 8ANOU6T PORK CHOPS SLICED QUARTERLOIN LB. 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