The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 25, 1975 · Page 3
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Tuesday, November 25, 1975
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Court approves partial payment Commissioner Court u»«y ,inj W l know about Monday approved roofing and brick *ub payment: of w.m « 0 the contrtteturs contractor on partial Judge Brewer had paymm! tor (he wwrk on delayed acting on the ** rtfi-i! iff!/ f.v> rw?w welfare aymnit last ineril building »ub)wt to t*cauM> of a phone call he the rmmimntdaUon »l the had received from a tuppiirr o( Mint! (ill lo the geoer.il contractor I'minty Auditor J K (<»y|e Jr hail stigiifslwl ()>e ciMtrt emit"! jwiM &n order auttttiri*i(i|C Use payrnetit sul>}«! to Mitt evidence County Judge K K ltrei*ei read it leUer from thi? architect* recom memtuig thai pj»vin«il for *ofk f»>mi/lrletl by (he *r>d «*t Jt t* withheld 4 **"** <mtii(t>c!t itttjjtvjletj l«»}(rmi! to a ptumtrfng cwii twitractw *»» slttw aistj Iwl !))«• an«t ik*r by Roughneck band court "'f" 1 ^^ 1 |w » a!ii O ••*•"•« •*»«?•*. jmtJjfjj^pjj (J jr juvhltrrt* 1 1 fsuNlH' !}ie f <x|t*f"s! (<Jt payment with !hU • lu "he attdtU.v !'/f *ithwu! further wins top ratings l»e u|.t MHIA k Hand S » » n i e tt n b e r t s o it , TM6 IWMOJPCWT PACT! rweeww, it, ONE-GALLON PINS WON BY EIGHT BLOOD DONORS Kight people received one-gallon ping during the Mood drive held Nov. 18 at the Angletott-Danbury General Hospital. Mrs Frances McDuff, chairman of the drive, presented tiobby J. Allen, Mrs. Mary C. Hargis, .lames K. Perry, Billy C. Wallace Jr., Alva M, Martin, ftotert Groves, Adrian Moller Jr. and Olan Morgan with pins for donating one gallon of blood faring the recent blood drives at the hospital. Mrs Mrfhiff staled that the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center Bloodmobilewill be in Anglefon again on Jan 2T) effort* arf some 'if (he *.HifJ«"nts who participated in the rr4or!',il «!i»|.'!;i> Tf*<Y arc Dari.s fiit/U'it-.. Phillip Kid irt Das enport. U»rkrrj'*. Kolx-rt '/a;* 1 ii Virt'iTi Ketmi'ih Gary ami Uf/\tJ ttrr/w/i al the- I'll. font ra! in IV-r '.lifrnr J-jdg f:*r,H;ir,«j.5 jji ti!i 4 MO At "iWprf J.*' slate *T.4iitt> t» TV'Jf 4 Un! <•!'.',', ihesf !::usUij! TJir * >,'f uftst.ua :i 'rrirct % ir<J [ Jf«:>li all t?«- v«fr,.r s*~4v ?u? •//•',?!? Kft XU! !» S? Irf ;,!• * t *• t {••**' »' 11 * * ' Dxne Set Ouf Comf>Seic bne of TOOOUR GIRL'S DRESSES * t I'M i« T%wf* State grants extension of Medicaid contract A!' gt jfitf-vj Aur.f, <'ro«5 i.ca '><•-£<.<! i w<- • ross !rjl.-f-.rr J. I r.j^ rT'S: 1 . * -':' Corps drilling permit sought thr the .,:..-:.•. «r,:i ...-. p..nrr.: nj::!-'<: '^ : -: •. c>"^ x-fay* TIRE SALE Steel-belted Grappler Radial :.- the I».i:r,(', tlr.jjiv.c-i-r P '. ' |U,l ..'/,«. I ,,ih l-V\,iJ; t«-!nr«- !Vx S *16 to $ 28 off pairs. W and .1 sinivith ri< ;|iir t i!si,«-, Tl HI 1 I*.H : H IIITI V» Al M *T M 'If! » 1 1 > M M II \ H , . !>f{,'« -1 1 • ^"^* m.-^-i* _ *"-!•• * liif.^ U _ .-".»'.» *l«l<7(i 14 ' ««Mtl HKV-H |.s- ' hm7 liHVN i. e . * Mi.il' MU7" l'» ' •""'»' ,!|{7'' !,'» ' flU.'» l,u;- !.'• ' N'Mii •Sm-ic ra.ii^i !•!> !''H TJH* tr.»iiM'"M«l»..-n HtCI 1 AH SAI f I'HII t I'HIl 1 IACII P*U« ,."..- f 'V-'t '1-1 H M ' ' » * .1 2 4',M>* * H2.HO - '4 «.")?! N7.10 6is t;: ! 93. :u llil S"' ' 99 7H 1.7 i^* ' 110. Ih 4<»..li>' ' i»2 SO" r, ','m; ' 107.92 •n'l7 ' 116.3-1 " ' « .11 " " 122. « n »(> ' 1'JN »'J l' 4' l(i« iuiil'» Kt\il.T4( K .M.-ui-.tinc, baU^in* 1 IS >' A 1 K * "«'lh 5i(". Sin S.M S.'J Sir. 5,:i i:* SJ«i 5::.s liiM- '•»"» v\ in n i * . •'' '32 ALEXANDER SHOES 1 /'* ».'.'. .1 ;-.r:r. '. .'.:*. '. • ..- •• I^i,'. Hr-o,- -, :•!-:, i .I:T.J.:I'K". -!ir.:-:<-r rr..-i;r Fire damages home i.AKK .'\(K-"-'S !.' \'.f','.'<'.•• <• ,i.i:r..!>,v '.'.' 'hi- t!;rn>! ,i"« ;,'. . >' p rn vi-n'.)!^ II--T .! n-.t-:.il iirc jtku'r itiA> h,!'<i' livn 'in- c.iiiM- .-.< 'f,c (;rc He <•<•>;() ihcrr •*,(> ii.vi cifi Iric.ii !hi- ,»!!ii- ;)!ui !u the fi«i! nf tht- a(ltii'.!..n ,i! '.hi- n-.u "f the hi'iuse 'Ahcrc '.lie hrepi.ue '*.is lov lit fi), More power to you! * [ spirit of value USe WARDS CHARC-ALL CREDIT 76 BRAZOSPORT VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 297-6415 LAKE JACKSON 849-3701 .; -jar .».'; ".i-r.fi ti nsiiho?; a I'.utit- .'id lour r;ed «-=r !ive iTsjr.v Library grant | application okayed A request by County librarian Klizabeth Van Horn tft apply for a Texas State Library System grant wan authorized by Commissioners Court Monday. Mrs Van Morn s.aid the grant '*ould total K.75I which could be used for library materials during \<S~if. She wid approval for She grant depended cm count) approval to submit to an audit on the grant on Aug 3i. 1^76 by an in- fk>fx-r;fi<mt auditor County Judge E E. 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Our organisation has received GE Factory Training in addition to our own years of experience, ana we assure you of prompt, expert, courteous attention on any heating or central air conditioning problem in your home, business or industry. FURNACE WORN OUT? General Electric's Gas Furnace offers famous General Electric quality and dependability at a price you can afford.

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