The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1971 · Page 14
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TIIE BRA3WI3PUKT FAC'f», Freeport, Tcxfl*, Tuesday, Noveitib«f 23, IMf* Page II * FumislMd Apirtmtnts Houitt (or Sate toum for Silt Lob for Sale 81'AMftlfimiCKUL OAK *|OOI MOIILi HOMfe »n If om t •», I » A , > tit (Art*, ttr tin Mil, tin wit* li C*lM4«t t<iim«i Lm tun I (•Kl tH flHH I* CLYDE CONE CO. wttir w»» All vtilitltt »v«IUW«, MtN UI.K BY OWHM, Business Property Mobile Homes Watch (or New Listings »M*I.< »I«|«*«I, fl tint CHI A M «W*«I Illl « MH I^KM tllUtl Unfurnished Houses 87 Acreage (or Sale 105 II ACKf. I — JMl »*ll.»« 1 »««!(, Kill ft\, AWOICAK tfH.11, IH Mil (MMIM . 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HraUor 1 ACHf T W AC1\ *.*- O Hfl I'l WMKHV: I ,VMII 103 i.'.^ "~" '" VAS »t BHABD Htvl tots (or Sale JNTV.Itlt>Hl»»..Ml.NS UN wsri.u Ttl\SN A till NTIIY ; PROPERTY SERVICES I ,*.T^!S« tTT.r 1 "' Business Opportunities Virgil Itmm-ii — j ^/^.'..tT^ :.'^.r' Investment I I A j w All l»4t •« U 4lir?l 4ii t'4 * *V »»\l Mi»«l*«<«w^ I* **•« C-li ROWLAND REALTY 297-6543 **»| L C.I, W HOI.CE TOBlODCttl «%JI te ircr>tf4 41 ft* ««J.I 1 h». vlUi OtilcmM' I !*'! m . 18 CK paper House lor Sate i AC tttt - w»«4<4 will 01 An«>il*n lr«i*ll H«| M IJItf p* trnl Atunt < III.M* MM (I ID) f« m« |M» IV 111144 Wni l« AK A" toitk OIO»OI McCllllDOII » AiWX , Ml lit) and Will tali m»ui itoUO MiH« lot IIKOOK IM* fin ISIEBCIIY BCAUY Jl>-44M lcKpm« lumnu-t iwmt « ivtl lnl«< H« l! Kill «< lOrtH* COUN1KV. Ill III! Wfl titpl I »« M«« IB ••» Ct««il>«« •if ll« (HI. M >'"*• *i* ""• ' "'f* locm liARlt Mvw. (M4 »n«ili«i> II) *«>! 4II> II CM («tll W Il.tM 0««n 0«ne< I.UIHJI MlAlKt C«ll 111 I'M Mobile Home tots For Rent 124 IHtMthDOUi m U» tcctmn OIAI >114»\ no* M pl«c« AH 233-6351 849-7554 Constitutional revision to get League attention Member* of the Brazosport League of Women Voters will be among those from Leagues In the Houston area who will tackle the Mate League'* number one priority Item, Texas Constitutional Revision, Nov. 30 in Houston. Mr*. Bill Mies, Mrs. GonTolo Mcmarquc, Mm, Roland Johfl- vm, and Mrs, D, W, Morrison, president, are among those from the local group who will attend a workshop on the proposed 1972 constitutional revision amendment, According to Mrs. Morrison and Mrs. R. C. Conner, GalvcalMi, Constitutional ftevision Chairman for the state LWV, th«- workshop, net from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2353 Rice Blvd., will deal wilh U-ague support of the proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 4 <SJK 61.) If pa.wrl, this amendment would allow for a rewriting or partial revision of the present 96-year-old Texas Constitution. Hans for (lie action campaign, as well ax promotional and organizational materials, will be presented to workshop memlx.™, according to Mrs, Morrison and Mrs. Conner. Mrs. Conner is in charge of the workshop. NEWS fr.« tli< Services ' Andrew Higgins 3SS uS ^ Amy. newe* U.S. F011CKS, Germany enlistment option called the No\. 5 — Army Pvt. First Train and Travel Enlistment Claw Andrew Higgins. 19. son Option, Dobbs chose training of Mr and Mrs. tt/xiald J. as a Power Generator Higgins, 7!» Ash. Angleton, Equipment Operator and Ttx.. recently participated Repairman, taught at the U.S. with more than U.(Mi troops in Army Engineer School, Fort Kxercise Kcforger III in Belvoir, Va. Germany This course will provide him IM. Hsgfpas is regularly with a working knowledge asjiigned as an ammunition required to install, select, kpecialisl in Battery B, 6lh operate and perform , liaiuilio?!, Ioth Field Artillery organizational maintenance j at Warner Harracks. near on portable lyp^ gasoline and ! JJarf;tx-rR, fiermany diesel engine driven generator i Tf." exercise, which in- sets. j cludt-d American troops from Also Dobbs elected sn stateside bases, the assignment to Eight United Canadian 4th Mechanized States Army. Korea. He will Battle Group, ito iMh Panzer be assigned to Korea for a Grenadier Brigade, and short overseas tour (13 American troops regularly in Genminy, was cor.iluctt-d under realistic cunitxil conditiunsi in an area e-.xu-ndmg from Munich to nt-ar ;he Czechoslovakian : Heforgcr 111 was the third I annual exercise to test the l dual ttaMng concept of NATO i and i' H Forces It also : pointed out live feasibility of • partly defending Western (rc«m L' S months) Upon completion of the lour in Korea, he will be given his choice of any assignment, world-wide, to any unit or geographical area where a vacancy in his grade and job exists. He was sent lo Fort Ord, Calif for basic training. Dobbs is a 1971 graduate of Brazasport High School. Edwardo Rodarte VANCOUVER — Navy Svh/ia n Alpxanrier Pc "- v officer First cla " OJflVId U. HltJAdllUer Edwardo Rodarte, son of Mr. Ft Mrc l.KI.LAS. Ala. No*. and Mrs Carlos Rodarte of 9 _ \SAC Pvt Sylvia D. Peariand, has returned to Alexander, whose parents, homeport at San Diego Mr and Mrs Uoyd N. following a seven month Alexander. 5 Palm Circle Dr., deployment lo the Western Alvin Tex . recently received Pacific aboard the am- a letter c.f commendation upon phibious transport dock USS tumpleliun of eight weeks of Vancouver basic training at the Women's Armv Corps Center. Ft. MeCiellan. Ala She -Aas cited for her high landing during the Her trainmg included instruction m anny history and tradition. administrative procedure*, iiuhuiry justice. first aid and field training Talks fail to produce results in dock strike William A. Roy MIAMI BF.ACII UP) — Negotiations late into the night failed to produce a settlement in the seven-week- Ft. Hll.KY. Kans. No*. 10— old longshoremen's strike Anns .sjux-ialist Four William Monday but a federal A itoy . l u. son of Mrs spokesman said they were not Charlene Koy, liH Jonquil. throwing in the towel yet. Uiko J.ickMiii Tex , recently to the 63d Armor "They'll be here M Ft IWcy, Kan tomorrow." Norm Walker, an Spec Ho> is sening wilh >iide lu federal mediator J. Company c'of the Armor's 3d Curtis Counts, said Monday. Battalion He entered the Counli has been meeting Army in March 1970. com- with International plcted basic irainmg at Ft. Longshoremen Association Polk U . and was last and shipping representatives stationed in Vietnam si ^ e ^st Wednesday, but no one would comment on the progress of the talks. Rodney R. Rogers .,„,., ,„., ... "One issue's settlement is I.UM, IUMI, Winam Nov. ^unge,,, on another," said IB - Army t ,r*i Lt. Rodney me mion spokesman. » u „„ R Kogers 25. whose parents, break five minutes (nm nml Mr and Mrs Billy R Rogers, v a mont h from now." and wife. Judy, live at 1131 W. Broad. Freeport, Tex., Throughout Monday, ILA recenth was assigned to the president Thomas "Ted," 20th Preventive Medicine Unit Gleason met with groups of in Vietnam the 100 or so ILA local leaders Lt Rogers is an en- gathered here, tomologist in the unit headquarters near Long Bmh. He began bargaining with j He entered the Army in 1970 federal mediators and. ship- and was last stationed ai Ft. f** 5 at S P•"»• and tne talks Sam Houston, Tex ended around midnight. The lieutenani received an M.S. degree in 1970 at Kansas Stale College. Manhattan. he negotiations involve only strike-bound ports from Norfolk, Va., lo Maine, Walker said, "It's reasonable to believe" that a settlement l \KK J \CKSltV - Joseoh here W0uld "P 0 " 11 "* *»>" to .y%L*?*%%~£Z* *«*** ««"ke« 9t South Joseph Dobbs LAKK JACKSON W. Dobbs. son of Mr and Mrs. TRAIN THE VETERAN ON-THE-JOB WITH BILL OR MDTA Jesse W Dobbs of W8 Gardenia St.. enlisted in the U.S. Army for a period of three years, according to SFC James Brill, local Army Recruiter. in addition to the increased pay. Dobbs also received a written guarantee assuring him a chance to choose both the type training he wanted and the place he wanted to be AUanUc GuU OPEN TIL ftUTO PARTS HOUSE COLUMBIA I

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