The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 27, 1975 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, November 27, 1975
Page 8
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Cfufe Council meeting mostly routine ByNANNC. I'HINNY hold Monday to avoid n conflict with tho ofo- CLUTE — The regular servance Thursday of session of City Council was Thanksgiving Day. tHE BRA10SPORT FACTS PREEPORT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER J>. I«'S On the whole, attention of the council was devoted to handling routine business that included approval of plats, designation of a H-GAC representative, dumj 1 DAYS ONLY! FRIDAY & SATURDAY PANTSUITS 20% OFF (Kxchangcublr after ChrUtmat with rectlp<.> OFF MIX & MATCH I All S»tf* Final I LONGWEAR 1 (All Salt* Final) * '0 OFF -ALL FREE GIFT WRAP- SIGN UP FOR 4H FT. CHRISTMAS STOCKING TO BE GIVEN AWAY DEC.'20. Open lill 9:00 Kvery Night- S»l. till M» Beginning Dec. I. liiru Dec. n truck bids and various reports. I'UVT The plat for an industrial park on Brockmnn Head was accepted with two stipulated conditions One of the requirements is the addition of two cul de sacs and the second is that the name of one of the involved streets be changed from "Commercial" Flans call for the in dustrial park to be located west of Bottom Dollar Discount Store and south of Woodlake Nursing Home Also discussed at this point was the request of the First Baptist Church that a green area be maintained between the location of the new building near Clute Municipal Park and a proposed apartment complex. City Attorney VV N Shaw recommended a fee simple title on the drainage easement behind the church be acquired, H-GAC Councilman Ron Cash was named representative to the Houston Galvestoo Area Council Alternate representative is Councilman Joe Silvas FRONTAGE ROAD Efforts of a discount store on Highway 332 to obtain approval for a crossover to the entrance were fruitless Though Mayor Benny Quids e.xpresst-d concern over the existing situation and its effect on the business establishment. Council voted to leave Knmtiigf lloiul a* it now is The mayor was authorized to publish a public notice of intention '" issue certificates of obligation in the amount of $250.000 Tins was the means of financing chosen fur the proposed construction of it police and courts annex to City Hall Bids on the project will be opened Dec 18. in id tin- contract let Jan H. according to City Manager Don Hutsott CHAVCiKlWIIKR An ordinance approving a change order to the contract between the cits and Mainland Construction Co was pa «,•«*! The contract is on the final phase of the South Interceptor Sower prefect UlMI'TKtlK Hutxon told the council he had bern advised by F'mto Bean Ford Co 'hat a 1975 dump truck would lx- available in tXf«nbor i! City officials would be interested in considering it rather than the ! V J76 modi-) The '75 model was reported to have a larger engine awl more expt-nMv <• equipment, however it is available at the same price as bid on the \V!<, model A brief discutsion resulted in unanimous approval of the iub stitutlon ClUKSSINtiSKiNAUS The MiHgestlon by Miawmri I'aclfic Railroad Cn official* that "Stop" si^ns with fhishintf retl lights In* iwptl at railroad intrrswliori* svlth College Klvd , Kyle Hond ami Main Strt-t't was nol en- by r«-cnliy rhflttn QUICK ACTION AUTO LOANS FFNB Consumer Loan CMficer Arthur Rios (right) pictured here with Mr. Pinto Bean and Mr. Warren Kubecka of Pinto Bean Ford. If you're considering a new automobile, a QUICK ACTION AUTO LOAN from First Freeport can help. Approval normally takes only a few minutes and we can even pre-arrange your loan so you can shop from the secure position of a cash buyer. So, make your best deal on a new 1976 model and "BANK ON OUR STRENGTH" for the financing. ; I FIRST FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK Downtown Freepwt lltHtoit sattt his in vt'Migutimi Ifd to the consensus of outnton that a trap would !>».• created where intitoriKt* would igiiure ttu» lights Tlic city nuinagrr said it was thv highway depart invtit 's rfvo'iiint'SKtiitiiii! thiit the city wall until train iictiMitcd iiinnals arf available- Mayor Chillis agrtxil He tiMik thf stand that with tin- train iictuatcd Mgnat*. (H-opli* did have a warning wh<'tJwr *>r m»t it «a* told council Hrajosporl t harnhi-r of ('uni!n«rcc lot a list i>( pr«)«;t(i in which the c"y w<nild I* intefpittwl H«- rt*mind«l ths city fathers that fumln wt>rr allucatfil in tht" budget d>r the renvulpling of the upstair* mrllun of the fire tiepartmefit building It wax suKXWitetl this projtxrl r* initiatMl as wxm as puKsiblr Councilman voted uiiAiuinomly to light the ClirUtrna.* the city (hi* .And finally, th«- tna>ur anked that iamif action tw tak«> to (irevcnt »h*avy trucks fr«.»nt unin« \Vr»! Kyle Hoiul »» a th«ifo»j|{h far*- liTVMAN\<,J:K Kyle Ho-ad HuUon recommended consi(k-r«lion b* given {o a load limit ordinance for J^K entire city HP reported to the wKincll lhat approximately IM.tiou had liet-n cut from the bid* for a new water well, booster and pump ,S ( u d i e A i n c I u d e d wkitittji (he liitf to an right -me?! tme Howeve Hutsitfi said he woul f» irtcreaM" It to ;» Jo inch pj|«' Co u(! fit MI a n J»ck Kunbruugh raised the vet ul* and for chemical* rt|uipiu»'rtt (»r She (rcatinenl pian! Hutson utid the bill 1>tr !i-sUn Ifjiliftt t<» H;:".il'.nl UK" discharge on earh t,( several specific COR Irit.xi'.fffi In '.he effluent Dili, !SP added, i» iwx'e'SiiJr) tii tifillii Ihe ell) us t.-i>mpl!ai«.'<" *»th »!a!r It wj< rwowmrtulttl by t'ouriciltnan I. H Tliur man that thf city write Ihr a month until «,o!iu v acUufi in takrti J'Ol.H K I.KTt KH A letter frum Urowts CUi' w.i\ read In it tw i»r the police It •A i ^^ [xv.;. 'fit ou'. that samljifsm h->«i firm reduced tt) 21-fn it-Vl-l Hubenak named to national task force Hi'p Ji-w llu!«-!U»k o< K .vrvd llrp K L ttir ,Sjt:i.i.'tu: ' .Mjii-Trl'.cr fit XSaSr ! .r^: *v Jat urt'A h^ Hnu-if Spraitrr Hill I'USS'C; supply .»:;.! irstrnm! a. 'v! (TV. ' in th*- n..i!i'jft.»! AFTER THANKSGIVING EARLY CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE £' 20% BOYS SWtAHHS HUSKY SHSRIS 1 1. i ' /2 MEN'S SIZE COAIS "A,;-t<T * V>' ' ii tr'i N V' ! t. i LADIES JEAN JACKETS 1/3 -M TOYS «•-!-; . 1/3 -o 1 /O 1/Z Off EVERYDAY SPECIALS v-iiSSSFSSl 8 OZ. RIBEYE CHEFS SAUD SEAFOOD PUTTER 8 02. HAMBURGER STEAK 8 OZ. CHICKEN FRIED STEAK 3 TACOS & SPANISH RICE OPEN FISH SANDWICH & FRIES ISO W5 2TH1 8 OZ, RIBEYE ALL DAY SUNDAY I4xit> rot«<oo* 'mil iKllt. 1*1*0 IKtl IO»M 1.99 1.44 3.24 1.54 1.90 1.07 1.14 1.79 MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 6 p.m,10 p.m. ONLY STEAK FINGERS IM 1.24 TUESDAY & THURSDAY 6 p.m. -10 p.m. ONLY CHICKEN LIVERS !$& 1.49 "Open Seven Days a Week" Located on highway 288 neii to Bottom DoHar. Phone 265 2841 or 265-2652

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