The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1971 · Page 10
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, November 30, 1971
Page 10
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-«>F>S : PfRffifS'il;S ¥i€J?' 4 f' t>f;^»*yki-« sir *>| MA *"^ - r*- '- •• •>• Vjs ^'- '">f j ' > li. G. (Magadallrie) nicuenaon, rrecpon 'NaUvidad 'Maria D.) Guerrero, Frceport J James: Alan Myers, Lake Jackson , *• |,<N.' (LhuhTM.) Brcanbrack Sr., Freeport 'Ruth RJ Marietta, Braiorla .... Camber,' Lake Jackson Mrs",-1>, G, (Patricia Am) Frashier, Freeport at-a-glance , 'tj' % Mrs: G,' T. (Uvina M.) Harper, Brazoria •':," Shellea Janlece Kitchen, Lake Jackson '.j ,<• Robert E. AshvWHrth, Clute n v ''MrS-TJ; G, (Leonor) Salatar, Freeport - , Mrs. J. B. (Oara Nell) Stockton, Frceport ' ' „ '" - ;; "*, ANGLETON-DANBURV ' MONDAYS : « ' Harvey White, Bratoria r Ross Cayton, Spring ( * f Sheila Pool, Angleton. Clute home burglarized CLUTE — A second residential burglary on Biilington St was reported to Clyde's FOUR SEASON- DOUBLE KNIT SUITS 169.93 to $99.95 , Polvttur Knitv in : llbric ywt «nww nw yw •mmd! An »tr»Ml ctaltr vt«lj cult. Sim M H O. ultr. Skerli. <nd OPEN LATE, THURS NITE , CtMt. the Police ttept. here Monday, following a report from another residence made Sunday. Mrs. Vida Nash of SOS Biilington advised police at 8:53 a.m. Monday that her home had been broken into, muddy footprints left on the rug, and two rings taken. The rings, belonging to her granddaughter, arc described as a large square block of jad? in gold mounting; and a small gold band that looks like three rings in one, with white gold or, platinum in the center. Woman hurt in wreck ALVIN — A Houston woman was injured Monday night when the car she was riding in was involved in a one-car accident. Judy Ann Lavelle, 24, the driver of a 1968 Dodge, was treated by a private physician and released. The accident occurred about 9 p.m. on CR 48 at the county line, according to the Sheriffs DepL s* jFur hrii>tmui anil fnr-rtir'r ByGLKNNHKATH <> TUB NAVIGATION BOARD'* pre-arranged meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, was attended by all members; Comrs. A, 0. Evans, chairman. Jimmy Phillips, Mnrciw Wecnw, Robert McAda, A. M. Wise, J, T, Suggsj and Col, J. S. Tabb, general L manager and port director. : ALL VOTING was unanimous, INSURANCE COVERAGE coming duo | Jan. t and Feb. t for renewal was discussed by Ous Comlskey Sr< of Houston, agent for the expiring policies. He said that before 1968 coverage had been handled locally, divided among all agents In the Navigation District, There were nine policies written by seven agents, with eight different expiration dates then, he said, ITS— On taking over, Comtskey said, he reduced HEATH y,,, cannon date lo two, and obtained cost reductions through "deviated rates." He said that previously, ixj one local agent got enough of the business to plan a program that would save the district money. MINUTES of the Nov. 12 meeting were approved on motion Wise, second Weems. NEXT MEETING will be Friday, Dec. 17; motion Weems, second Suggs. REQUISITIONS were approved on motion Phillips, second Wecms. WARRANTS were approved on motion Wise, second McAda. * A DEPOSIT Nov. W of $11,726.99 brought the year's money deposits to S185.332.26. PAYROLLS approved on motion Wise, second McAda amounted to $3,5ffM9 for the office and Sl.TK.H for the terminal. " . A NEW LAY DOCK proposal for construction on the Old River drew a cost estimate of Wl,200, Co). Tabb said, with Dow ready to pay $SO a day berthing fees, for a minimum of $5,000 per year. There was a problem In that the proposed site would be dredged to form a turning basin in the future channel improvement plans, and an upstream site would impinge on a present (but unused) turning basin. On motion Suggs, second Weems, the board instructed Col. Tabb to seek Corps of Engineers permission to build on the old turning basin. WAREHOUSING for storing Dow products will be sought for the new but unused warehouse north of the terminal. The board arrived at a pcr-square-foot price to offer in competition to warehousing service now provided in Houston, The offer of 12 cents per foot per month was approved on motion Wcems, second McAda. DOCK USAGE for layover berthing on a six-month lease at $50 per day, or a total of about $9,000, for the short A Dock was approved on motion Suggs, second Wecms, CHRISTMAS CARDS will not be sent out this year, on recommendation of Col. Tabb. who didn't feel the attention received was worth the cost. Motion Wecms, second Wise, BOND FUNDS remaining after retirement of th« original pan bond issue, now amounting to about 80,000, could be transferred to the Construction and Maintenance (operating) Fund, Phillips advised. On motion McAda. second Wecms, the transfer was approved. ' AN AUDITOR was agreed on with a report that J. E. Wahton. offered the position after a drawing of local accountants' name*, had accepted with a proposal that set a maximum cost of 12,0». ADJOURNMENT was at 4:55 p.m., on motion Suggs, Second Phillips. Twin bands of 14 Karat Solid Gold signify husband and wife ... a lustrous synthetic stone of the month marks the birthday of each of her children. CHARGE IT! NO INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES FREEPORT , Z3WS1 LAKE JACKSON 297-7961 ANCLETON 8J5-6M1 OYSTERS Pint, Qt & GALLON ALSO FISH - SHRIMP & DRY ICE TEXAS SEAFOOD CO. 323 W. BRAZOS FREEPORT 233-5611 RICHWQOD "*-• May Campbell Dale, M, a charter member of the tint United Methodist Church at Cluie, died early, this morning at Community Hospital. Mrs. Date, who lived at 1738 N. Highway 388 here, had been hospitalised three days, following a lengthy Illness. Service* will be held at a p.m. Wednesday at Lakewood Funeral Chapel. The Rev, John B, Rwell. pastor of First United Methodist Church at Buffalo, will officiate; assisted by the Rev. Larry Kelly, pastor of Chile'* First United Methodist Church. Burial will be In Restwood Memorial Park. Mrs, Dale was born March is. 1888 at Bknvtlle, La, Survivors Include a daughter, Mrs. Robert C. Cderwin of Klchwood; and one sister, Mrs. J, E. Cox of Jonesboro. La. Injured father, son at home PREKPORT-Cecil Collins and his son, David, both Injured in an accident Nov. 13, are at home now and able to get around some. CoJIim went home last week and is wearing a back brace. David arrived home Thanksgiving and the stilche* were remimxl from hh teg Monday. He i* able to walk with the aid of crutches. The ColtioNS were injured io a Jeep accident In tthkh John Caldwvll of Jones C«*k was killed. Th*y were members of a hunting party camped war Harper, in the vicinity of Krtdcrkksburg. ., Collins and his ton w«r« first hospitalized In ^r«derJck*burg and later transferred to Community Hospital here, Collins redrivtd a back injury and David' had a deubte leg fracture. Mrs. Ina Green dies Arrangements are pending at Krwport Funeral Home for the burial of Mrv Ina Green, aunt of Mr», Bobby Ugkr <X Lake Jackson. Mrs, Crwn dkd at 4 nuning honw Survivor* include * ton, Leslie Gre«n. THESE IfTTK TO THE POUND KAKE JACKSON ~ Will th« o*ner of six lost pigs (tame come to (he take Jndwn Pollw Dept find identify garnet If so, M>> City Dog Catcher Dill VoikCr, he may retrieve hU swine. That I*, If h« or ihe (dentine* and claims them within 73 hour* of this publication. The plg», dumped several days ago tnto a resident'* yard, reportedly from a car occupied by young men or boy*, art temporarily retkiing In (he Oty Dog Pound The concrete flooring U not good for their hoove*, VolAer Mid ihw morning. AT /'?'/' >/•;' Nw-:« 1 ^\'-"-v.-^«^va^i''*" Se¥Gtfrt£liM TexM AAM Vnlvertlty i* MM of four Iralilutlon* In the nation (o receive federal designation a* a 8*a Grant College. The formal designation come* more than three yean after AfcM and neveral other liutltutlon* received Initial granta to begin program* which could lead lo Sea Grant College »utu§, Texas AfcM hai been awarded federal fundi totaling tt.S million. Including the recently announced 11,4 million grant for tupporl during IWI-n. The Unlvenily ha* contributed nearly fl million to the program, bringing total funding to approximately 148 Walkout threatened at Aging Conference WASHINGTON (API - Spaninh-speokittg delegate* lo the While House Ceaferenee on Aging threatened lo watt out of an open-forum unwton Monday night until a Puerto Kkan woman wa* given a wood chance to ttpcak, The delegate* Mid timy *vr« angry <*w what they fc«i t» under-rvprtiiwntatiM of citizen* of Puerto Rlean. 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U « vkVaw dra«tn« cither pctuiifjB or DIC renwrry, Ubc VA ciuctid In August W restored If ifw marriage U d(i««tv«<d dtvarc« or b]r Dock (Continue! from I 'age I ' near (he tant u ihalkm A berth farther out would /m»n the ihip would be parlUtlx in th* mw channel I #t*t>* Ttwfcaaranirroummand College Act of \9», paUerned after the Merrill Ad, which established the nation'! Land Grant college*, U the broadest educational mandate for roarto* affeln «wr erwted by Congrwtt, Tex** AiM'i S«w Grant program Include* reward? and education aetlvlllw, u well as advisory service*, Cooperative work ato in prosrw* »IU> Ihe B»le» College of Law at th« Unlvenaty of Houston. Dp* Chemical Company, and BmuMporl Collff c aleog with o*h*r regional organlntiom. Or, John Q, Calhoun, direefflref lh*T**w A*>1 $*x Grant Program. cit«d eo»«lal tone Uboralortw being Initially *upporf«<i «( OalvrsJw* and in iht SaUne take area at "focal pamt*" In hi* pt«n» TH« pf«ntr«m alw «?«•« *»• und and (mouttv* tn&n*ftmetti Slayings... lix- »<xnao ff >* 175 jwwatfa «tlh (h»dt hair, 'tV\ *Ct% *»A \ott hw fc* «** lb» itutn loW fee* (to p«Jkrt wmtfe) < jkh ton (er thirst* N h*< dw s» ilsr ?i**c tar whkit bf wrt he 'burn m htti' \ It* »Jw ftufiifn} to fuJBji (twin lh« irjf *> 11* tti»n NOON CALL Stoel . Utah N*«'l IRB S*,-* 1 * T4T A IV ftewmt. Iw: , .* UttMtt It t)w« A J |B« «», ll*» . M itt =«>»•» »«» 'V 1 . Cull (Wl Hw Ul» Houslwi Nai »»., IBM ....... .... Utton l«d, ...... .,.,,,«*, Marathon Oil. ...... »>, Montanlo. . , ..... , , . ttv, Abo, that part of the channel u crffictaUy known M ilw Upper Turning Ba*in. Although lt'» no* u*cd for » turning ba»in now, and pilot* are not Hire a thip could be turned there b«caui« o( tilting, Col. Tabb (wit a permit might be difficult to obtain, On intlrucUon* from l*»c board, he will atk the Corp* of Engincert Gilvwtoo Office for a permit. If a way can be worked out. the board to ready lo build. Dow has agreed to berthing few of ISO per day, with a pledge of a minimum * a year. Other* could use the dock, with the fen going toward the minimum pledge, Cat. Tabb uid. J C, CHILDREN'S CLINIC LAKE JACKSON. TEXAS ANNOUNCES THE SERVICES Of MRS, NQRAH THURMAN, SPEECH PATHOLOGIST. SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND HEARING EVALUATION, THERAPY FOR CHILDREN and ADULTS HOURS BY APPOINTMENT PHONE 297-3551 CHILDREN'S fr , , . » OwkknUI l'c<c ..... J»i, Clylnr iHhcemi , ..... IJ Soar*. , ---- .. ........ *»»» SldCHI oMnd, , . . ____ . *»v, SJd Oil U N J. , . , , . MI» Synlex ............ » . HH Tewico .............. II Tcwu Gulf Sul. . . . , US W. T Gram ........ ...»*, Mill Ml Fund Ailrtl I'fit* Fidelity Trend. . , ---- ».u Ind Trend Fund ...... u it TOM* Fund. ......... 19.13 Manhattan Fund. . . . , j.« Utd Income Fund. . . . , u.t* DEER PROCESSING 3-BROTHERS -Ti i - ,

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