The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1971 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, November 30, 1971
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•m COMMISSIONERS COURT aNa-glance „,,„ .,,,., <-WITinet In »»«*(»! itnulan Monday *l h (ill elected mnnbert present: County Judge Alton C. Ar' rwld and wmmMuloiwr* Dixie Brown. John (iayle Jr., Henry Jordan and Joe Hrifcunce MMi I'ltKKKXT were *«v«ral county tuff members one wllof and 1*0 new* reporter*. AM, ACT10NK were unnnimou» enci^i lor ttte renewal ot ||«? ««uiUy'« Fuwl St OIHTIIHT -UTV, () 8 drn Him wan 9UtiK*ii«d lo fllf on aiijww tu « ilfitinna Coin!) f||t!<tl>) (our ciiJwts, J»my MeNtttl. J I- O i,,| iM-ti) Hoar*, and Io 'Just for fun' dance planned for area teens by !i,r ,\r!;;a T he • tint, lull Wolt«,<J j *''-. I, ,,!, t',',;.rs 'v'.r ••.'«•} 1,1- : j, ,, S i .>.». i .• «• j.7 .* J'llHMtT *.. Exposition set in Beaumont by engineers j.t! L: i- u ,;, !«- /5.-,rirK-? .'(crirf-.i -.r; 4 C-iiiiiUc In WCJC slates annual holiday concert Dec, 7 c-crifTtl !wv T a! 7 >; j> n; in AUTKY'S h.<rr-. I*; Vtrni'.itni trrnn if IT !;r«~»! group ir. lf«r tu»',c<-> '.if w ' <S-.<i.» rir^r fw, i ir-. ,»« »r;r- 4 -!ior,l (u \VKST COH MlilA ATTENTION! BRAZOSPORT COLLEGE STUDENTS Detail l Mirrwtr! Miller. li'>l>rr< SmherUnd and ww (iMiiRnntlorw, Brcnda Tlclke wa» hired n» a wcretary- di»pa{ch«rf and Momrr flreaux wa» hired an an equipment oj)«-fll<»r, V. P. H/inton m» rcdenljfnatcd an a Number ^ operator and Urtly Phillip* wa* named secretary for Die lload wid Hrldifc DefH. Motion, Oayle; »eco»id, Jordan. KKUIT ACCOUNTS In the lload and llrldne Fund were credited wfili (hat wa* charged to four other Itoad and IJridKe l>epl. account*. Motion, (Jayle; setwd, Jordan, MIX HII)t)Kll« un cortftrucUwi materials or »ervlc«» were awarded contraeU. Kach wa» the only IHdder for certain fwoduet*. Seven other contract* were awanied on the twain of low hld» Auilln \Vhile Ume Co, was chowm ovt-r US Oypnum on »imi!ar bid* and Sherwln-Wllllam* f'ainU of Annieton wai dwM» over Sherwln-William* I'alnlt of Freetwrt on *l(nlJar U(l» A I'L'III.IC IIKAItINO hftt )XM»«i w-t for I0;») a m U«r. 27 rjn a |jf.-ttlion by Henry Uanford and other frw-holcJm to close a road <k><hc«(i«n in Pel <. Motion, JJriimnce; neoxid, Hrown A l»f HUt." JIKAHI.VG (Before tlie county'j wnilary landfill f^rmil hearing officer U wliwlutud tor 9 a.m Dec I in Ihe County Courlriwti) Tlw heariiiR u wi an application filed by (VwM.i! Sjiniiattoo Co .Nil ACTION was takiii on a r«ju«t l^y (lit National toxxJetfc Swrvty to u(xia|i- \jencli mark* in iir«//jrift Count} The agwicy »» wrti«i rantiiiilmenu of U.<X« ratJi from * i the lliAi»4u«i (jalvnton area AI)JOIHSMKNT«-Ameai 10 30 a m. Motion, Jordan COURTHOUSE RECORDS TIIKBHAZOSPORTPACTS, PreepoH,T«xa»,tue«l»y ( November 30,1971, Page3 Humble asking waste permit J«*»••" O,l(,pr »*v >t t* .. tt'-lf tter-v tvtvftttm. CIM 6« ri<»i tv> n i) («»« »» ti/>»fj *-.! by OlUKlCT COUBT A requcut /or a permit to tocrttrgc waxtrai Into the San Bernard River haa been made by the Humble Oil and Refining Co, to the U.S. Army Corp* ol Engineer*. Wastes would of treated water from a natural ga« liquid* procettiing plant in the Pledger Field near Dandger, The water would flow to a discharge point near the KM 1301 bridge. According to the ap- plication, the How would have a dally average ol (60 gallons per minute, with a total sollda content of 5,400 milligrams per liter. The discharge began In 195-i, The application carries the ftallroad Commission's opinion of "reasonable assurance that the discharge will be conducted In a manner which will not violate applicable water quality standards." datsci" u an i-!*.l«-avor, whah if Miccr&tful ciay lie rrjA-alnJ TJie »a» tlKiMrti prior t« •*«•»; we n> don't buy a color TV until you see a demonstration of Insta-Matic COLOR TUNING <" MOTOROLA 'iHil!i4iii <;»r»r Ai>d |{<v<l c\( lirai».ri,-». Marling. C«rol>n a>iwr. asxi cr/ Swrvn> r ~ .^ONt BUTTON DOES ITI ll>m«UC».H, y. conlrtti, $ 569 '•d ai»8oi>4ii)f) j*\ m _ * _. O 0 _ ciuasar T 51 "Mrorss //i a drawer .' color TV Presenting the KNIT FASHION If i l)«- <la) of |}j« OM- rnusiciaru r '.«! Kri'Vi or be<?, H mil be Jynalfrd Io •/"'' .", '•'","' ""'' ',' "" More SecuriJy With FALSE TEETH At Any Time f- UA: ; ..: ,.',.-' j";.","-.'''*^...''.','^!!.„', !.' TKr.Vll't«-r,-..''^'>.';«.,..v,,'Y'..V.j,'V 10 a.m. to 5 p.fn. Color Portrait NOV. 30, Dec. 1 MS. 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