The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 22, 1971 · Page 12
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11 »fc Bit AZOSPORT FACTS, freeport, Texts, Monday, November II, 181\, ,.»»-.. v!, .. .-.. ....._... „ .. . . ' ' - . - 6-car crash fatal to 4 at Arcola •A ttosnirori man was killed ff\ ItVWKMUff Ilinif r»«ij niKirM si I'.IS a.m. Sunday in a six- car pilcup }ust north of Arcola on Highway 6 In Port Bend County. Pour persons were killed, and three surviving Members of a family are hospitalized, two In serious condition. | Jessie L. Jones, 36, of Route , lj Rosharon,-the driver and \\.itrli I <>r ( )nr \ rrr (.11 I 01 I IK ;fwfUI» tion I rntrr only occupant of a 1962 Chevrolet station wagon, was pronounced dead at the scene. His body was removed to Garmany funeral Home at Rosenberg. Also dead on the scene were Castmero Sosa, 57, of Route I, Box 115, Rosenberg, driver of a 1967 Chevrolet, and his wife, Olivia Sosa. Their bodies were taken to Hcrmandet Funeral Home at Rosenberg. Dead on arrival at Alvin Gulf Coast Hospital was Richard Vela, 4, of Route 1, Box 334, Rosenberg. The Vela child was occupant DEER PROCESSING 3-BROTHERS of a 1963 Chevrolet driven by Robert Vein of the same nd- dress, and other occupants were Mnnuola Vela, 43, and Antonla Vela, 15, also of the same address. They were hospltnlUed at Atvln Gulf Coast Hospital, with Robert and Manucla Vela listed In serious condition. According to the Deportment of Public Safely In Houston, the car driven southbound, by Jones and the car driven northbound by Sosa struck hcndon. The Vela car, was unable to avoid the accident and struck the Jones car broadside. A fourth car, unable to avoid the wreckage, ran Into It, hitting all the cars. A fifth car slowed down for the wreckage and was struck In the rear by a sixth car. The accident was In- vcstigatcd by State Highway Patrolman D. M, Colter of Richmond. George Reddon services today BKAZOHIA - Funeral services for George Dennis Reddon, 77, who was a resident of Hrazorla, were held today at the McCoy Funeral Chapel In Sweetwater. Burial followed in the Sweetwatcr Cemetery under the direction of the Baker Funeral Home of Braioria. IN THE DINER Roast Turkey & Dressing-Baked Ham & Yams-Roast Sirolin of Beef CREAMED POTATOES, WHIPPED POTATOES, SALAD. HOT ROLLS AND DESSEKT Swved by polite, experienced waitresses FOR RESERVATIONS CALL Itt-SI U or «W»91 $ O75 ONLY 2 I DRINKS EXTRA) CHILD'S PLATE UNDER U $195 1 (DRINKS EXTRA) WE WISH YOU IND YOUR FIMILY THE BEST ON THIS HOLIDAY HWY 332-CLUTE Hit SCHOO*?* The Schoontr Diner U open AU. NIGHT FRIDAY & SATURDAY In the Ptna Room THMKSGIYING DINNER Turkty or Ham with all tho trimminft Adulu 125 Children Under 12 1 50 (Drinks Extra) Kcddon. wlw died Saturday, was a self-employed dirt contractor had been retired. lie was n native of Waxahnchle, Tex. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Berda Reddon; one son. Robert B. of Lake Jackson; three sisters. Mr*. Lydia Williams of Ontario, Calif,. Mrs. Senelh Harlman of Swectwatcr, Mrs. Ula Barnes of DC Leon. Tex.; one brother, Nillcy of Monahnns; one grandson and one great- granddau^ltter. 2 men draw drug charges Two men stopped for speeding Saturday on Highway 333 near UiJte Jackson have been charged with possession of dangerous drugs. Charges were filed by Precinct « Constable Carl Tipton against James C, llogden of Sweeny and Donald Gene Smith of Old Ocean. Justice o( the Peace It. dyne Thomas set bond at Sl.SOO. and the two were placed in the County Jail, Constable Tipton said liv vwtigalion is pending state tests on substance* found in the car and believed to be marijuana One y««f 1 1 e u j r la ttay uww iumjtr jfrom tcurk a whtH ijtut i'ttn't t/mifc o/ uiif, ;lcard Bell.EB Lack's Thanksgiving SPECIALS! Enjoy Packard Bell Quality—at Lack's Low Price! Mediterranean Stereo The 'Flamenco' features Solid State - 1640 tuner- ampUfier. A.M-FM and dual channel stereo amplifier. Speakers consist oi two-IB" air suspension woofers and four 3^" tweeters. Garrard Mark IV turntable. 498 71-335-0 CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE 70-315-0 618 The 'Avsuli IU' from Packard Pell means a large 25" diagonal picture screen, spotlighted control panel instant action switch, primary tuning control*, instant color purity and high fidelity speaker system. You'll like Packard Bell even when it's off...such a beauti/ui piece «/ fwniture! The 'Jamestown's' Multi-Stale 500 chassis combines the most advanced engineering concept* in television. The 23" spotlighted control panel and instant action switch all combine to give you the entertainment value you'll enjoy for years! Dixie at Plantation Drive 297-7227 Rider hurt as cycle crashes LAKK JACKSON- A young motorcycllit, Mirwl Sunday when hti vehicle (tpparcnily went out of control, was In MtUtoclory condition »l Community Hoipltat today, Robert Huffman, 1«, »oti of Mr, and Mm, G«w Huffnwn of 334 Caladitim, wa* Men to lh« (nuptial by Uke Jsckwn Emergency car. III* Injurte* wore dwcflbcd by « bOKtrflfll upokeiman at Injured left ankle and nbra»lon» on the left band. The accident oceurml at MS Cyprew about »:*> P m tvSS. a bloodhound owned by Bill ami Helen Smith ul Hriuoria. was named best W<nxl)toujvd bitch at Ow Tt'Xiis Kcnnt't Club »l«i» lit Italia* CiunipfcKt ttrUci* HiinMtn of liukcHii't>ufh<f*!> l at Or dti« w twitcr IUKWI y. ww her ctuimptwwliip (kttrvv «*Uh a win in (!«<• i Ktum-l Club *)»*»* f.t4-|K-r ihi» moiiih She h4» vwm five of iht* U>» six show* she ha.* Utm i« DtKhw* t* nut «»iy » »lw» dotf. *hi- b ncporieiay an ottuundLng and ho» t.T«iv i»«l by tin' HrutufW County f"* lH-(t<. in 3is»r«hitil? («i nilMing (wrsoin Smith w of the ftr.uort.i (Vutty Keitm-l Lucy Barfield funeral today SWKKNY - IMlS Lucille "Uitry" Itarfidd. ~\. an active c o in m u «> i t y w o r li«r throughout HIT Jt-ye-ar rrsxknce. dm! laic Saturday at Uw Cancy Vatky Itoapitat of Wtarton. aflrr B fivc~-*«i. tlllltfU. St-rvtci-a arc al 1 p ni lodjy at the Klrst Uaotwt Church vt Swcvny. twaJuvtrd by Itw Kev. tliarU-s i'lwtwrc Uurwl will lii- in thr Swrctiy Cffiw-u-ry. unlcr ilir«rtiu« o< Ihf Johnnuiv and JoJtiv*o<i I Hnttw rf S**«m> The World's Largest SAFEGUARD OlSPloY William Moms, Mgr of Bottom Dollar Discount Food b standing beside a display of Safeguard Soap. When the display was first built, it contained 11,000 bar* of soap. Safeguard is a product o( Pfoctfy A Gamble l.rwii tMHirs o( (tut) at S»r* an or^jftiiatitxi in which *}« wa* 6 dwrt«r mcmbt-r, and was atMe In live Home 0<rroom!raUoo Her laahamJ. Willanj J UarticW. 4itd m vivofti iiKlud* twts s«xi. Arthur J "Huck" fUrfwrW Uobby W lUfficW, thrv« daughter*. Mr* Ttielww Hcynold*. Mr» Hotwrtsoo ind Mr 1 * ItoroW Bartw-W, five sotrr^. Mrs Bcrtw Itell. Kt Wwth. Vtri LWKSI Kelly, I>»Wiw, Mr» Kitdl Hrinlc. Oalbj, Mrs (yra Turwr, Uix-4jtw. Mr* M-utfie Nupwr. DalUt; nine grandchildren, two grandchildttn. t'allU-arws arr Jack Kin«. ll'xikii- Kinfc, (JtwrK* 1'rtncr. Truman Lewis. Htnnic Hruok*. Cli-nton King Honorary pallbearer* arc Clifford McCrummcn. Ik-H. Curttt King. W. (I Payne. Hilly W Hopwotxl. C A. Kurd. Uritt H NOON CALL Stock market report CiMmrty Itatph l>. Hlixk ind W. K- llullon * Ca DJII nil » Air Htvluction, ...... ift>« Aim-r Nat'l Irrs » Amrr N»"w* u* t Aim-r T&T u', A I' Grwn j|», Bourns, Inc l»*, Ch«-i 4 Ohio It H «Si, Chrysler »>» ('oinlnntii)H Ki'H ... n', DIM Cttemical *!«•, Dul'ont 133'» Fi-d Sign & Signal. ij"-, Ford Motor Co Hi, Klmtkoic a*i Kranklm Lik- Ins M»^ Krct-port Sulphur li'i Gt-rn-ral Kliflric HI, Gfm-ral Motors 7T, Gordons Jewlry 21'i Gulf Oil ZJ»» llou U« J It*. HiHistnn N'at'l (<aii M 1 , Krnnecutt Copper 29't Krogt-r W'» IBM »«'i Litton Ind U 1 . Marathon Oil 29 1 • 56 Mar cor Nalco i'ciiney J C ......... Wi Philips Fele ......... ^Vi Occidental I'ete ...... IZU Ctyluv (Khcfm/ ...... !**« Scare .............. »Z'« Std, Oil of Ind ........ WS Std. Oil of N.J ........ *»H Synlex .............. «*» Texaco .............. WH Tfxos Gulf Sul ....... «»f W. T. Grant .......... «*• Mutual Fund A»k«d Trice Fidelily Trend ....... Zf-W Ind. Trend Fund ...... >U» Texas Fund ......... »-W Mj;i)wiUin FU/K). . . . Uld, Sears J llst Received Blemished ALLSTATILJIRliS ^ A*! ENTIRE M 4K K I''IHST <'OMK - I-'IHST SEHl'KH WHITE WALLS IN MOST POPULAR SIZES Your ('hoicc 95 INCLUDES FED. EX. TAX Mounting, Balancing & FGT. Slight uppwiruiit'u vuriutioiiH, siu-h an Hinuil dots on whilcwall area > >IO\ I AII\MI:I: MOUNTING AND BALANCING A LUST ATE r*M**(« TKc 0 Uo<i,f»«444tMMI!*« Il.l»«l«4 A|(I.|I SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE &)<<i/af (ion Guurantrtil or Yottr Monty Hack FRiiPORT 233-4451 SJEAM, »0«VC« *SP CO. LAKE JACKSON 297.7263

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