The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 24, 1975 · Page 12
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 12

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, November 24, 1975
Page 12
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H TH8 Mf ZOSPORT FACTS jf Vandals damage Lake Jackson Intermediate LAKE JACKSON — A burglary at the Lake Jackson Intermediate School and damage to tenches outside of the school were reported to police Sunday, with total property loss estimated at a minimum of $130. Police said Principal James fashion made the report about 6:15 p.m. Sunday and said the damage would have occurred since Friday. Kntry to the building was apparently gained through a rest room window, police said. Inside, the door to the teachers lounge had been kicked in, the soft drink machine emptied of money and some soft drinks poured over furnishings. An office window glass and a doorknob were also damaged. Outside, police said, some benches on the campus had been broken. Home burglarized CLUTE — A variety of items with an estimated value of $220 has been reported taken in a burglary at 310 Plantation from LaDean Ferdig on Nov. 18. Police reported entry had apparently been gained by kicking in a door. Listed as missing were a three-monlh-old poodle dog. a General Electric AM-FM radio, Jll in beef from a freezer, $7 in coins, including some Mexican ones, and several items of clothing. The clothing was mostly western attire, including a blue suit, two heavy- jackets and a Stetson hat. Several sets of Fruit ol" the Loom T-shirts and underwear were also reported taken. HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS (OM.WMTY IIO.SIMI Ml, (II • IWA/ll.SI'Oitr SATl HOAY Mrs lUwald J tl'altu l>rt>vo*t. U»k». JarMon Mrs Anthony It (Cathy f> • Ciitnley ( iuic (Jfortfbt Ratine Sciuatt, IKtnlniry Mrs bitiHy Marie ilrnui.sard, (•'r«'«'|»-f ! Hotierl Aswton Cow Jr , AnjjlHiwi Holly UH? Lovelace. Lake JiieM'w M NJlAY Mr* Jerry (' < No( incite K > Mutts- Kn-f|»,r! Mi< had Phillip Jrtitw, rluif Mario Ankmiii Hernaiulc?. Freej.x.rt Mr* Nehtr H Mc.Mn«(er. W<">( C,,|innt».i I.t>n Truman Smith. I*ik»' Jack-mit Mrs 1,4-wiiwl A 'Horn ,i I': .IK v Kt.v|vr1 Mn> Minnie V ll«>(wr Ssu-env Mrs <;m w -Marilsnf) K . ( o(.f!, t >!«f (-.>••<• ;.,..».Mrs Pain Kninklifi. HniM.-.M I li.irlt-H Kveretl H».j> KH-* ( >i<i: Mrs Kit-hard H i.M,u\r' ".(.i^j Lai,.- J.u k .<>/> Jem Lev Shilling Lake J.u V. •„:?•. VM.I.K MiS IUMH IIV t.|A| It U II<»«,HI U HtlI>AY Ciiffurd tiiwi Huti- SAfl HIHV Alvin youth shot 6 ALVIN A Ittyear old Alvin youth wan ae- rt(l«i(altv shot wilh » ^JJ cflllN'r (JisUil at 9 M p in Friday, ainirdtitK to the Hr«uoru» Counly Sheriff '» Thf uimaiiwl youth wa» sh«t at a resilience UJL Highway «, »w t)wrif/V i»((lC«- ri'JJ"/ft salt! to (rtrntmi am) CONCKKTK A.\D STKKL are combined m construction of what eventually IK to U> an Sa million complex on the beach approximately six miles from the SH 332 intersection at Surfside. Hob Copeland of C-H Investments told The Facts that tbt- completed deveopment will encompass 35 acres almi the beach. The first phase of 40 townhouse units ha« •» projected completion date late in January I'Ci; md C ^'h ^'?' 5 " lilllon ( '»Mandsaid'theWound on which the building* are he,M« constructed has been stabilized to a depth of 4o.feet The pure white Freeporf man killed... (Continued from Page l> three men who were not in his hunting party look him to the hospital, the Sheriff's Department - '-' ~»~~»- tt m |[|[||| concrete tut up walls are said totweiRhl-incnen truck n-mforc«l s» ith siwl W(xnl pilin«5 ar«- IH-UIK driven alonj! ttx- vegetation line to strengthen r^Htaiwv to erosion, fmts of the initial pha»e offer a chuice ul mw iirul tvu>.b«(rtxmi apartmrnh CopcUnd said tljc living timing area ami kitchen u lovatetl on the (irti lou-l •*ith slet-pinj; quarter* ufw!air» All tuiib Mill t»- sola funu.thKl. acxorilinjj to Copflami A »*»nn>tii« txxil and other eomemf iKt-s afcio art' uxiud.-,.! in (!•*• pi a as Cynthiit M !.ti!>-r lunJ.- Jit M»\Y t 'lifts !«{)(*•! (. ItKfciir V MrliSita A Hi<.MU' Ar-*' ).• Mn Jt"\u' :. Ni^Cd-ni' M Itu-ky Uiv!».i)<i ArM'*! Use Fac-tis Want \ds ^•BBBMMBBBfcfc Pto Hrlut. LUNCH BUFFET llW-z'pM I'I//S »IM(.MJ If) "M spokesman saul Judge Hinton said he was called concerning Mestayi'r's death at 7 Ai a.m Youth home... (Continued from. Page 1) He said honor point "(loobies" are cashed for special privileges such as television viewing time and that yard work is bid for with the work going to the one bidding for the lowest number of "doobies," or due bills. Chores around the home, which operates as a large family residence as well as looking like one. are also rewarded with honor points Of the five current residents of the Youth Home, two have been referred by the juvenile probation department, two are private placements and one has been referred by (Jalveslon County juvenile authorities "Being affiliated with MH-MR we have all their facilities and personnel available to us which means we c;.n call on medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors," Ha nice said. "We report weekly to an educational psychologist on behavioral problems and he advises us," Mardee said The children are enrolled in the Angleton school system after testing to determine the grade level they are capable of handling. Hardee said the Angleton schools have excellent Meslayw was a lock tender for the t'.S. Army Corps of Knginwrj Kosary w •*•< for 7 p in Momtay m tht- Fre*port SABUTURA'S ; OFRCE SUPPLY i •Drafting Supplies i •Calculator •Furniture •Gift Items •Pens-Pencik •Rubber Stamps "I'omeinor fall" »ooooeooc9Oocx Know The Revolution Like a Book? Well, did your history teacher ever lell you • What Nathan Hate really said at the hanging tree' • How Betsy Floss really became famous? • How the British got to Lexington before Paul Revere? • How Washington almost lost the war three times in three months? • Where 1 776's first two critical victories were fought? (A hint they were south of the Mason-Duon Line) • How an Englishman who was a major general m the Polish army became third m command of the American forces? • Why a Virginia general married to a woman named Martha can claim to be the father of the American Navy? Give up? Then clip the attached coupon and send $7.95 for The Associated Press's different Bicentennial book. - 76 The WorTd Turned Upside Down'' At last, here « a portrait of 1776 as it happened, not as it is taught. (You will also receive a large full color map of colonial America I an outstanding momento of our Bi- centenniall facilities and program* which mwi th* special fn.-t.-ds of these ehildrai. Mrs Hankf said the Youth Home nwts a set of encyclopedia for studv reference by the children "We are able to help them with much of their homework but they netxl <xh«r reference material." she said Another item individual ikarom might furnish tho home w blankets "Th* children often complain they are cold although we have cvntraf air conditioning and heating and we doti't have enough blankets to nnxti individual requirements." Mrs Hardee said they would probably permit each child to go home for three days Chnslmaa, "But. it -Aould certainly help if some organization would spuosw a holiday p.irty here at the Youth Home for them." she said Another thing mi-Ming from the new Youth Home which are common to moat American homes are the small electrical appliances that Hive assistance and interest to family living Anyone who thinkjs they might be able to make the Youth Home more o( a typical family residence is asked to call Use Hardees at 84»-73m Kunrrtil Home Oi.»pe| Mas.1 will foe 2 p m Tuesday .1! SJ Mary's Church, wish th«John fVKorke of iiurtdt will f.* m Memorial Park S u r v « v i n K -»r«- Mesiayer'* wife. Mrs (iayle Mo layer of Kreeport. parents, Mr and Mrs « t, Mmtayerof brother. Hill of Kreefwrt Mr» Judy Funk at Krevport ami Mrs ,\(4xirve Mulllru of Cratjf. CoJo Arrangement* are by Freeport I.jkewooil Homes, Inc . Our <otlti£at pouring r-allrr lulh tW ijukt-i Come See Our Complete Line of TODDLER GIRL'S DRESSES IK (DEPENDABLE RED TOP ancuE WAY uua JACKMH 997-1079 CHEESE BURGER INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL FANS f tr. rv s v s VENTILATING PRODUCTS FANS FOR FACTORIES, OFFICES, STORES, HOMES Single Muitiplv j/m Adjumoi* Sp«*s! ^•i Ci<cuUlo»» /. m 1010 le Bi.ifli-1 Oiiriliaiing ftni H (tn 10 lo ,'4' B!»««", A.ndo* F»AI itt 3-Sp««(l Oilmg-Mounlfd E«ruuil Fanj lo I? 6W) Ct M CENTRIFUGAL BLOWERS V*1 The"Facts li "ft Enclosed is $_ P.O. Box I Freeport, 7JJ4I . Please send me copies of 76 at $7.95 each. Hu» M ccotf U* and |l.W (or poMnge and faan- I dUng»)ouw«m'7»malkdU))oiuhunie. I NAME , I ADDRESS HP — AUIHUHI/U) 0!MHIB'»IOH Of UAHON PHUDUCi /)Ui4l KifAlK S HIWINDINI, lit .Sillyjt- t'll.iM- Ilinv Plus S DC

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