The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 29, 1971 · Page 10
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Krwpod.Ttxns, Monday, Novtmbtra.HVl.l'.geie Brannan's funeral Friday , services wcte held n Ashland, Ala., Friday for Irs. Martha R. Brannan, who m a (Me resident for a hort time before moving in 9tf to Houston. I She died Wednesday at the Central Division Hospital after a brief illness. I Among survivors are five ions, Gene Brannan of Lake Jackson, Charles and Don of Alabama, Richard and Billy of Houston; and two daughters, Mrs. Martha Fortner of Ftteport and Mrs. Mary Schmidt of Houston. Pallbearers were her grandsons and sons-in-law, one of which is Alton Fortner of FrecporL Services were attended by Gene Brannan and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Fortner. <** KR8EPCWT - The Home league Club will hold their annual "Country Pair Sale" Dec. M. New clothing will be available as welt as pillow cases, pot holders, jewelry, and other miscellaneous items. U will be held at the old Frecport Bank Building on Cherry St. Home burglars take watchdog CLEAN-COXV EM ENT GREAT TO USE! $OO50 ( 39 >TOtK HUNT HARDWARE 248 PLANTATION DR. LAKE JACKSON FREEPORT — Police are continuing to Investigate the burglary and "dog-napping" at a local residence. Police received a call Saturday about 11:26 p.m. from Karen Smith, 423 W. Broad, who said her house had been broken In to. Police investigators found where the burglars had entered the house through a front room window on the Bast side of the apartment. The investigating officer said the burglars had taken several dollars worth of silver coins from a bank, and had made off with the household watchdog, a black and white Chow valued at about (20. The resident said she believed the burglary happened sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning. Mrs.J, R, (Margie Do LorUOShackeltord, UkeJackson Davis Eugwie Miles, Chile Mrs, M, W, (Susan Diane) McCray, Freeporl Harry W. Hcnshaw, Bratorla SUNDAVi Mrs. S. A. (Rutiy Lee) Williams, Lako Jackson Mrs, 1. (Beatrice Anna) White. Lake Jackson James Michael Rudy, Frecport Mrs. Lllllc Mae Campbell, Clule Mrs. P. L, (Marsha Vcmlce) Burton, Houston Mrs. V. (Shirley Inwt) Boykln, Lake Jackson Mrs. L. B. (Nortna Loutee) Batson, Ukc Jackson Mrs. T. A. (Betty Jean) Autrey, Brtuorla Mrs, J. N. (Margaret Anna) Alsobrook, Oute James Edgar Ale .winder, Freeport Mrs. D. R. (Gladys Caroline) Baldwin, Angleton ANGLKTOtV-DANUURY HOSPITAL Mrs. Nettie Austin, Angleton Gw«alo Sorla, Angleton Bicycle driver runs into auto TIMILY QUOTIS * ••«••'» 'P DEER PROCESSING 3-BROTHERS L<\KE JACKSON - A stx- year-old bicyclist struck the right rear of a moving automobile at the intersection of Center Way at Uiac about 8 a.m. today. Kenneth Wayne Maniord, whose father Is W. J. Maniord Jr., of 211 Palm Lane was taken by Lake Jackson Emergency Car to Com- munity Hospital, where he was being examined In the Emergency Dept., and x-rays were being made at press time. The investigating officer said the bicyclist failed to stop at a yleJd sign and struck a 1966 Chevrolet traveling west on Center Way. Driver of the ear was Laurenc Taylor Brooks of 523 Center Way. The younger generation doesn't want to carry the burden of history. Sometimes it looks as t h o u g h they are trying to «tep out of history, to start at icro. Then, after some time, they learn that it U impossible to start at xero, and they start trying to learn, (o b* Informed about history, —G t T m u « novelist Gunter G rait, ifxaking in hratt during a cotifiwrctoj "German Culture WVek," two-car crash KRKRI'OHT - A two-car accident at Pine St. and the Highway ttfl extension about 9:40 a.m. Sunday resulted In four persons being taken to the hospital. The four were Injured when a IMS Dodge driven by Preston A. Taylor, SO, JJ7 Chestnut, Lake Jackson, collided with a 1971 Ford pickup truck driven by Robert K. Everett, 34.233 Mimosa, Lake Jackson. Three other passenger* In the Everett vehicle were aba Injured; two of them required treatment at the hospital. Ammons Ambulance Services carried both drivers to the hospital as well u J. C. Theriot. 34. Clute. and Wallace Hill, 38, Freeport, A third passenger In the Everett vehicle, John Herring, 43. Freeport, was only slightly injured and did no* require treatment at the bwpiul. Hill and Taylor were admitted to Community Hospital for observation white Kvervtl and Theriot were treated and NOON CALL Stock CwHny IUI»h D. Block in Braioria County BRAZOSPORT MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCE THURS., Dec. 2 7:30 P.M. ...presents a lecture with question and an$*«r period on "Native and Adaptive Trees of this Area." by George H. McGralh Jr.. graduate horticulturist, landscape Instructor at Brarosport College, and owner-manager of Plantation Garden Center at Lake Jackson. Grand Salon of Braiosport Savings and Loan Assn.. Ill That Way. Lake Jackson. Kree to the public. LAKE JACKSON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL ...presents Us Symphony Orchestra In annual winter concert. Mrs. Dorothy Cooney. coo- TUBS., NOV. 30 duttor. Program Includes beginning jUth 7-36P M srade slrta S*. symphonic strings, and entire • r ""' orchestra playing two Dlttmdorf »ym- phonies. Mozart's "Andante and AJIegro." and "Finale" from Haydn's First Symphony. BratosMood High School Auditorium. Clute. Free to the public. BRAZOSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC DEPT. ...presents "The .Messiah," by George f. SUN., DEC. 5 Handel, with John Magee conducting. Par- 2:30 P M Ucipants are combined choirs, of 200 voices, 00(1 string players from the orchestra. Soloists are Drew Davi«. baritone tenor; Loo Jones, bass; Lucinda Venn, alto; Cathy Whatley. soprano. Kelly Marino conducts orchestra; Mrs. J. Lee Clarke Is organist: Kim Cook, pianist. Bratoswood High School Auditorium, Owe. Free to the public. A community public service of DOW CHEMICAL U.S.A.. Tesas Division. BRAZOSPORT FINE ARTS COUNCIL Ihxnton .Sjmpfionj Orthntra in its fourth Rraiotpurt tpocwt. Dr. A. Ojde TIIPC rvi>r> , Roller, conductor. Tkkrt.» aVitUbtr Irwra IUC-S., UbC.7 hxth.i ta afra ^01* and txiiinnt hwi«-»: 8:15 P.M. achoot orchestra mrmlwri; >p«Ul muilc leather* in elrmrntar> tchooU: bj ulcptooor and at door. Hratiport High Schuot Auditor lam. Krrrport. Adult* U 54: itodrnU 11. Performing Arts Elsewhere The rock opera. "J«tn Christ S«p*r»tar." to be prevented ThurwJajr hy VVTurton County Junior Cotl^j* »o4 Midrljcal Singen. r'tr»l performance at 4:3 a.m.. all »<•»!» SB cent*. Second performance at 7:30 p.m.. «eat» II. Whanoe Count) Junior Collrgt Kln« Art* Theater. Whartoa. The national touring company ol the c on Iro venial tribal- love-rock musical. "lUir." h booked tor * 2»-pcrfarraaiKr engagement. Dee. 4 through 19. at HotMton Mmk Hall. l"roduerd by >tlcb»ri Hwirr, amngemeMi jofollv midr hj Pace Productioni and So«th«eM Concern. Tkkrt* • villa We at all rive Koley's Tkkrt Ontrri. T»o nailonallj rrcoKnlml crrambit. Klchard tJnrote. Protauorol An at Tr«a» Chriulan fnlvenli). and Rkhard Hjnlln, InMructor ot Art at Pan Amrrkan University, featured in an e«hlbh ol ctrtmlt icuipittre al the Schoo) of Art. Mnwum of Klne Art*, lloatton, through D««. H. Free to the public. Presented in behalf of the Hraioaport Klne Art* Council. TTw Taykw vehicle wa» travtli«j{ North on County ftoad I4» when it (truck the Everett vehicle at the High' way aa Intcncctbm. police Hold The investigating officer said a citation w&t baiKd to Taylur for a tU»o*>eyi!<J Burglars steal valued bottles eurTK - A bumUry and Ibr fiinaucitnit ol 4 rraidcmre wa» rcpwtni to the t'oiKr t. here nhortly aflrr S p m DJU ............ . . WIM Air Reduction ........ » 8 * Amer, Nat'l Ins.. ..... * Amer. New* .......... Jl< * Amer. T*T. , .' ....... »'* A. P, Own .......... * J Bourns, Inc ......... , ."^ Che*. * Ohio H.H., . ---- *J*» Chryiler, ..... ..... . .*** Combiwtlon Eng ....... M Dow Chemical ........ Wk DuPont .............. IJI Fed. Sign & Signal. ...»<*• Ford Motor Co ........ «"* Kllntliote ........ ..,,»*« Franklin Ufe lit» ....... w Frwtport Sulphur ...... '*'» Cwwal Electric ...... ***• General Moton ....... "*• Post Office says program is successful lloujloo Metro Manager and I'cMlnuutrr G«w*e J, Poile-wil reported today th4l the Houilon Pwl <*fk«f to exceeding IU goat o/ » per cent *ucces4fut n«.«l-day dVtowy otet * «kfe tooU arw lor talert and aOwr ftrM cU*» mat). Th* local Metropolitan area program etsbraet* » lo&U ot ISJ post office* with dk»utx.'r* of a» much a* 130 talk* spurt f'oilcvcnl «jld that the tr»t rrsulu on lit* delivery prog/am •-• minulwnj in "lite null' test* to u»urv Gordon! Jewlry. . , . . US Gulf Oil. ........... .»'» llou. UP. . . . . ---- .. IK, Houston Nat'lOsf ....... " l . Kewwcott Copper ..... m. Kroger ..... ..... ---- «*, IBM ......... , ...... *»>, UHon Ind ............ w*» Marathon OH, ....... US Moraanto, , ......... U», • Marcw ..... ..... ..... »S Nako. ..... , ..... ,,.**»« t'enney J.C, ........ «'• Philip* P««e .......... n 0«trldeR(«l l'«te. , . - , it', ctjfln* tlthwmt ...... us Swnt. ... ........... »'» S«d. (Ml trf Int. ........ «* S«d Oil o( N J. ....... as Sywlei ---- . ... t»>, Truteo ...... ...... if, • Taut* UuU Sal. . . ...... i-"i W, T Grant .......... «*', 0 U Mcttoctgb oi 411 ttilluqttoa St advued an in >ra(i({Jtin^ erffk*r ttwt h* had b<«j out of to-wn »inee Wrrf. nrida;. ami came twit* to find h»* rrtidetKni; hud t*ren e» trrvd throujih the kitchen window am) ransacked Mmintt arc Ihror bottka lulrt] 4.1 ircjk-ctori iH-m« ami valtnrd at 110 rjch. ptin varkwt uwfctrrminctd that the tucvtna ratio U W percent 41 an atvrajtv Jw Ih* cntirr afva Undct the pri*t?ai«t. do flounced *• A Mli*«%»i I'tnljl S<fvk* (odl Uit lunimrr by termer I'uilmjjlrr G<rwtal Wtn4on M lUouai, SUPaxiwJ kilm ikpcmtrU |>) 1 CO p m Mtp tWivcricil <wtl day wtthin *od brtwwn Joy of (tar c)(w» the »f*xtf«r«l total *m», include* tht« »r«a STATE FARM INSURANCf FOR INSURANCE CAU BK.V J. ,VNDH»rHS l«l BKAZOSPORT BL\T), SUU turn ti«« Imvfi«« C» sut* rim r»i MM c»»4», c« M«M Oflkn Insta-Matic COLOR TUNING MOTOROLA in a drawer •." color TV 'Quasar j ._ ,^j OHt BUTTON WES ITI •319" PRESCOffs tri »«««}•*»« BRAZOSPORT INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED AUGUST 31, 1971 DESCRIPTION Opening Cash Balance. 9-1-70 Receipts: 10 Local "Sources & County Sources 30 State Sources 40 Federal Sources $0 Sale of Bonds 60 Loans 70 Sale of Property 80 Incoming Transfers % Interf und Transfers MweEaneous Non-Revenue Receipts Investment* Sold Total Cash Receipt* Total Funds Available Disbursement!: Budgetary Disbursements Retirement of Curreot Loans food Service Fund Transfers Nwj-Budgetary Prior Yea/ Payafetes Liquidaled TstU CM^ OJsb»rw«acats dosing Cash Balance, 8-31-71 $: Accoupt* Payable, 8-31-71 &ewtered Cash Palfluce, £-31-71 d: Tsaaporw Ipvesfroeou and Ttote Dtfafkt, e«)i|«f» ai S-31-71 ! (i) State & County Available ? 61,765.91 -0-0- 1,173,012.00 -0-0- -0-0- -0- 1.173^012.00 L,214, 77? 9J 1,094,889.84 -0-0- -0.0- *01,094^889.84 139,888.07 139,888.07 -0* | 139.888.07 3PERAT1NC FUND (2) Local Maintenance ? 580,935.98 6,414,619.29 -01,066,504.61 -0-0- ,034,978.59 5,980.00 75,264.00 6,902.28 10,624,248.77 lj 205, 184 7S 7,192,947.36 .0-0- -0' 2,975,000.00 14,775.01 T Q- tO, 182, 722. 57" 1,022,462.38 *9* l,Q??,46?.38 *Q* I fl 022.462.'38 (3) Transportation ? 3,225.08 -0•0- 124,764,00 -0-0- -0-0- •0-0- -0,Q» 1 24 p 764. 00" _127 Q«9 08 129,728.39 -0- -0- -0-0- ( l,739!3l) ( 1,739.31) (4) Food Service Fund 5 104,521.28 548,349.12 -0133,305.44 -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- 681,654.56 -0-0- 674,688.10 •0-0- rQ* -0674.688.10 111,487.74 -0^ 111,487,74 rQ- 111.487.74 S<ud«ai Activity Fund § 524,669.12 821,200.90 -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0,0- -0,0- -0- 1,146,895.66 75,264.00 .0-0- 1,222,159.66 123,710.36 -0123,710.36 m>7l0 ' 3(> l (6) Building Fund $ 46,161.66 -0•0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0147.20 147.20 27,563.62 -0- -0' -0-0- 27 563 62 18,745,24 18,745.24 18,745.24 ii .. -. m ^ in ••J- TI ; J i |ii y'j-|iij["-»- (7) laiereti «c Sink in | Fund 5 44 j 002 39 1,123,304.51 •0-0- •0-0- -0" -0-0- •0•0- 500.000.00 1,623,304.51 1.667. 306. ?0 1,108,572.49 -0-0- "0•0- V)0,000.00 -01 66A <>ii Z6~ 58,734,41 -058,734.41 -0- 58.734.41 *^*2&j^^^&^^^&^^wRiS^SA (8) Otbti * Fundi ? '.697.19 •0-0- 82,910.00 •0-0- -0•0- -0-0- 675.00 -o. 83 sfls no 9 1.282.1? U4.903.74 -0•0- -0•0- -04,913.10 6,739.59 35,274.24) w.wiMy -Or *****a*^s*iaMMaMi (9) TOTALS '-02,580.496.05 -0-0- -034,978 59 5,980.00 ^5,264.00 7,724.48 . 1,520,000.00 9,668,605.44 •0674,688.10 1.146,895.66 75,264.00 3,475,000.00 19,688.11 6,739.59 1,43^,014.65 •0- r™ 1,438,614.$$-o- t.^,ou;»y

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