The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 27, 1975 · Page 6
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THB BRAtOSPOftT PACTS T, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER >', >"5 PdgeM Jury finds man guilty of charge Blood drive request fop B/SD item A jury in the U9th District Court found I^arry Jones guilty Friday of burglary of a motor vehicle and assessed his punishment at two years in Texas Department of Corrections. Trial of Jones began at 9 a. m. Thursday in Judge Paul Ferguson's court on All Leather Upper* 10/8 Heel Tan ALEXANDER SHOES Downtown Freeport 233-3938 the motor vehicle burglary charge for which he was indicted Oct. 11, 1972. Court records show one attorney representing Jones withdrew as attorney of record on Jan. U, 1973 and he was represented after that by- Andrew Baker, a state representative from Galveston County. Several continuances were granted on the basis of legislative privilege. Testimony in the trial was completed and the case went to the jury at 10:08 a. m Friday and the verdict was rendered 47 minutes later. The punishment of two years in TDC allows credit for 17 days in jail. Judge Ferguson has set formal sentencing for Dec. 2. By RAYMOND WAU.KY The Board of Trustees of the Braiosport Independent School District met this week at the Administration Building, covering several items of business, reviewing Informational reports and meeting in executive session. RLOODDK1VK KKQUKJiT The Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center requested the Board's approval of student participation in a blood drive. The request involved allowing students 17 or over to voluntarily donate blood through a statewide project of the Texas Association of Vocational Health Occupations. Superintendent Kenneth Wilson told board members that Board of Education policy prohibited student par- tlcipntion in fund drives or solicitations through the schools. Board policy stales, "no fund drives, clothing drives, or solicitations involving students shall be conducted in the schools " "1 Interpret this to be a solicitation." Wilson said. Wilson added that the Board did have a policy provision to "suspend" any policy. Dr. Gerald Perrytnan, board president, raised questions for the Board to consider in making their decision. "I can remember here recently the problem of the Bibles," Perryman said. apparently referring to the request by the Gideon Bible Society to distribute free Bibles to students in Brazosporl scluwls. The request hy the Gideons was denied. Ferryman suggested that if students wanted to donate blood they could make dtuuitiohs at b I o o d m o b 11 e s vv h i c h frequently i-tnne to Hrazorlii County "You're going to optn this Pandora's Iwx to all sorts of drives," ferryman said. "We nml to check into the liability aspvct and set' what the students think about it," sum board member Walter Walts Board member Kolx-rt WaUel said he wanted to insure that "p*t'r pressure would mil In- exerted on any of tliv kids " ferryman said that the Bra/osport area's blood FALL FASHION CLEARANCE REDUCTIONS OP OFF NOVEMBER 28 aid 29 g, SANTA'S.MAII.HOX again lhn >i-ar '*il! t in frunt of the I»ike Jjctaon l'ir»t ()?fii-e (bnm combined efforts of the Uikf J,u-k<,.>n J,i>vr«- Ks and officub at the North f'»U- S.mU -. rv^ti feme Jiiy-.-'-r Kite Shirley !>«!s.nn -i.tn] (?>»«• k wishing touri'** In Santa .sii'/tiM n:i-lii<V their r>'U addresses on the envelope* M> >,ir:t.i will k:i where to send a reply Nn >,t.«i!}j•• .irr i! because oi the .spwtal service hi-u rv:i h»-r North Pole All leUepi (nust \n- in.uirii U-j'urv !> 3), so they'll be sure am! .irnvt- a! !'a- .N<u/!i (• before Christmas The ni.nU)n\ !h;-> ;.e.u •* decorated by Terry ,HK| lt.t;i.i'. !N«!,ilr. -.ho above *'S .1." .15 rn •Hobday DUf T| ^^^•^/ /^ f/rx XW-A \Wi !! INVENTORY REMOVAL£ALE HOUSEWARES AND NUMEROUS OTHER ITEMS ] \ \ \ i» >;•»•-•!.' *.*« till J*C«VOH NOV. 28 thru Christmas 10 to 50% off 50% off REGISTER NOW FOR FREE DRAWING ON DEC. 24 for 1 MODULAR AM-FM STEREO RADIO 1 FOLD AWAY TRAVEL IRON 1 REED'S ROCKET NUT CRACKER Check Red Tags for Exact Reduction I DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY AT THESE BARGAIN PRICESI ALL IRV1NWARE 20% OFF MANY OTHER BARGAINS IN: CORNING WARE SUNBEAM APPLIANCES CLUB ALUMINUM 10% Rebate on Most Models Schwinn Bicycles ii Stock Rfbort ii fhi font of Half aid Oil Dollflr llctitiiiiil Coil' supply would not b« af fected if the Board declined the request The Board made no decision, but left the issue to be further investigated by Wilson, HKAD.STAHTIMUHWAM The Board unanimously approved the 1975 1976 budget for the Head Start Program, following Wilson's rmuniiumdatlon for approval The $5,8t:t budget does not involve any taxpayer's money, according' to Wilson. "There's no tax money involved here It's <<ll federal mimt-y." Wilson •und I'KKSONNM. .UT10NH The Hoard unanimously approved personnel we- tioa-i involving live ,»p proval of four teacher*, 'earlier hired), ihrs'e * and LW IMS n- of atwence. AIUHOMMITTKKS The Board unanlmmtsly approved (he appointment of six Admission, llevlew and Dismissal iAHI>> Committee* which wilt consider referral of Htudt'iits lo the district's Special K d u c a t io n program Tne committees will consider placement of stink-nil in the Special (education prugram »97M»75.U DITHKI'OKT The 1974 I'm Audit Report, i'undue led by Paul, Mos* and WdUloti, luc . it-rlified public iU-fininlanU, of take JiH'kKon, was uitanimuual} approved by the Board Ttxf accountant*' repot-l staled that they h«id examined Utr district'» balance iJveH an irf Autf 31, State guard seeks uniforms for volunteers t'oinpany F ofitw zmrtd ctmimx to U Chester t' Military F'silice Hatallicxi f'itrliir« oftlw Texas Stale (iuard u ,, , , requeuing th«( person, l » rkr * * 4ld P*" ont recently dtwfwnjSl from «"»»{«< to •!««* uwfwm. th.^ niitiian ,k«wl». tlwr fj lwl 'fJ 001 /*', h ' m "'J* 1 umlornw to the unit \g.}* • Af * lrt '*'. ***** Any rit«>! uniform* ' J -'* and v«om«ii'*. The uniforms. J'arkra _J*TKKW' ami of- »4i.'.l. are I are nreiicd. ar !h»- I'etau "We did not find arty discrepancy," >«id accountant Michael Moss "I» our school district on a Hound fiscal hail*," asked Jt>«*e IllhbetU, ajialitiint board wsi-rftary Moss told the Itoard the district wan on a »ound fiscal Imttin. *. Ttte Hoard unanimously approved the financial report for October, Th* ttoard reviewed a pupil enrollment report M of Friday, Nov ai, WS The report nhowed a total of 10,wn tiudmu enrolled its of Friday 4 llw tiMal represented a tkx-fediw (if 51 stiMlenU in the ditlrirt eoinparvd to (he <dit»e <tate last year The fi-pn>ft also »r»o»ed 1A* s5ml<-ti(» IrTi.s 4! thtl tune than the n.-W tlut for ihu year KXKll -TJ r: HKXHION «tM in c «h*x .111 j ry M had svs'heduirii or. the Wilson »4ld !h4l the *»Ai!<i jssrrJ vtiUi S M") Jt Ifn- welt IWii -an Turbid y, t>tx SAL£ ENDS DEC 2nd. Fabulous ride 'cm bike wi)h banana fype soaf /•>/ J/ ^ Double holster set with plated pistols and caps *5™ Her very own luggage set in pretty floral design Vd, Milt i*!, l.k,, ['r«||y MoMl u-t (.imunj of .1 -,u;t n.n<r. vjruly jnjtic aiHl utt;hvl 'Independence Special' battery operated train 13" drink and wet doll in musical cradle Schroeder's piano' with all the Peanuts gang »8 M , full ' ilkm M twllery P.*M> A fun loyl Hty EARLY BIRO GIFT WRAPS, CARDS, RIBBONS, TAGS, SEALS AND BOWS TT 10-roll pack (90 sq. ft.) paper and foil wrapping $O79 Jtmkg. Thuss yifit will look 0x11* ip«dal in th«»« yoigeoui poped. GLITTER CARDS OF CHRISTMAS $100 1 BOX An incfsclibly low pnc* <oi thii oul- collection of designer c4/di.

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