The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 3
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Aggies begin archeological survey TWt fkCTt TCMI, IUWDAV, NOVIMMX a, ^^!%%^^^ V. A_|fei 4 • .dth iU. -H. A *. .M.- -*._•<_-.._ ,„,„ _. „ „ '-. .... ... • , I*! l«v HAY WAU.ICY With an entourage of Uw»u««ntl» of mwfultoe*, two Texas A&M University nrch«ologl«t> have t*«n Inuy stomping nruund Hraiosport's tidal area* ax9 n««l protection l»Vc«* for th« past Hirer week* , John Ippolito and Kd Baxter, rt«*areh «r « III area « Mtrvey of IJ)»> following In* g of it contract to TV»«» A&M by the Army ' urutrr the : ( roiiirarf. the sr recorded, mapped and analysed, according to Dr. Harry Shftfer, turvcy project dirretor at Texas AAM Shafer wid thai the field team ha» Ix-flun work to <Jrt«mlne the cffetu, if any, of construction of hurricane protection levees and channel modification project* Five area* to be utodiwl include three »lte» in I'anatJffWi arid one at Texai City In HiHHi«port, HnUff arid Ippoliio have (x*n I iiJl«o(i and near itruction on the area's protection levees, according to Itaxter "Mo«lof what we looked at WM destroyed com pMely," Baxter said Haxter Mid they would document the siteit so future Corps work could be planned to avoid difttur- fwnee of siteo and lo maintain location data should dentruction be imminent and excavation U< necewuiry. The team, which hex own here «lnc« Ocl. 27, ha* located several Indian campsites in the survey zwto Baxter indicated (hat they were Interested In "old Riles already recorded," as well »s, "new sites both historical and per-bWorical," The survey ha* led them to the Surfside and Quintana jetties where have »tre»s«J the Importnncn of two nltee. According to the team, they will suggest that the hill area, south of the Quintana Beach jetty, also known a» the "gun emplacements," be listed in the National Register of historic sites Baxter and Ippolito said that they had observed A rock wall around the top of Dm higheM hill which they believed to be part of the fortifications of a Civil War '.hfrt- rn'iiitli liurvcy of Indian t iml tuMorical alt*-* in On- Any Martwr, the hartxtr channel; Oyster Crt-ek, Uryan, Surftide and (fuinla«a toacliaj , the llargr drul, the Hiver and other eilris Army Corps of If ihf) had any his^ur leal or sit»-» BARGAINER LAKEoRuo ajp T+t fort. They said they would also be Interested In requesting that Fort Velasco, at Surfslde, be listed in the National Register. However, they said they would decline making the request In favor of local efforts already working in develop the site. Baxter and Ippolito will be preparing to return to Texas A&M University soon where they will nxord the findings of their survey. TWO BOY SCOUTS LEADING TOYS FOR TOTS CAMPAIGN Eric and George Meazeto of Boy Scout Troop 560, ^ Shady Acre*, have been designated gporuors for the § U.R. Marine Corps "Toys for Tott" campaign west of % the Brazos River. ^ The two ftcout* have been given official orders % from (he Marine Corps Recruiting Service at % Angteton to conduct the toy collection drive In ^ cooperation with the volunteer fire departments. % Un-used toy* can be left at the fire department* % and will be repaired for distribution to needy: children, Eric and George aaked that new and used toys be i left at the Volunteer Fire Departments in Brazorfa,: Sweeny, Shady Acres and Wild Pee ch. The scouts % ^ will hi- responsible for getting them lo the Marine % v Corps for repair and eventual distribution. ^ W///////////////////////^^^^ HONEYWELL PHOTOGRAPHY PHONE 265-463! PRESENTS. IN THE KROGER .CENTER THE BICENTENNIALVw SENIOR PORTRAIT 3... SxlO'S FOR THE PRICE OF 2! "f> KH t.\niU>ttK!JNKMMV. UKt KMBKK JlST WALLET SPECIAL WITH MISIMt MOKUKR 24 WALLETS 48 WALLETS 96 WALLETS KKAMKS FRAMES FRAMES OFF TIU >.) \H' II KlK ISKUN :M\ H.i}-j,A}«i ji.ii.U-- .'i.H .' !.h r ! W! rA •*(».'. T'.» 'i,"{.i r 10) Cf'.'I* WAT i.' «( :*>. t*>i?*i Classified Ads Get Results Call 233-6351 STYLES BY DONNA INTRODUCES IRA COOLEY STYLING & CUTTING HAIR We Do it Ail" HAIRCUTTING BLOWSTYLING BODY PERMS CURLY PERMS DROP PERMS LONG HAIR SHORT HAIR STRAIGHTENING LIGHTENING HIGHLIGHTING LADIES CALL 265-7271 WE'RE A UNISEX SHOP MEN CALL 265-6569 CALL 233-6491 FOR OUR CATALOG CENTER JCPenney 1721 W. 2ND FREEPORT OPEN 9 TO 9 Great savings on printed sheets. Sale 3.74 Full; reg. 5.79 Sale ».J4 Queen; rtg. 9.79 Sale j.ji King; reg. 11.79 Sale 9.H Pkg. ol 2 pillowcases; reg. 4.29 Sale 3.?i Hiv.Tianct*' is v.>u( dainty tibbofi and (lowttf punt on co.'jityl coii>6e<J cotton, polyestf p*icale f-ui 4110 fitted a:e the samti Striped gauze. Special 1.44yd Sort, light crinkled gauze in assorted ombre-type stripes. Pofyester/cotton in popular colors, 45" width. 20% off tablecloths. Sale 2.40 to 10.40 Keg. |3 to Kntire «UM* reduced Ju*» Thanksgiving. Round*, ovals. rectangles.

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