The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1971 · Page 11
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< ^ i ,, H , . j Fmptirtt Tfetus, Tuesday, November 3o, i»?1, l**gc I* '- HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS 4COM,MUS'ITY;1IOSPITAL OF HRA2QSPORT ''•"• ' Mri tt. Q. (Magadallnc) McCIondon, Freeport 1 ' . Mrs, Natlvldad (Maria D.) Guerrero, Frecport 1 <. James-Alan Myers, Lake Jackson "' Mrs. E. N, (Urtda M.) Ercanbrack Sr., Frecporl ; s ; Mrs, C. C. (Ruth fU Marietta, Braioria .. x " Sherrl Lynn Camber, Lake Jackson Mrs. D. G. (Patricia Arm) Prashler, Froeport Belly Lou Jones, Clute Mrs. G. T. (Lavina M.) Harper, Bratoria , Shellea Janiece Kitchen. Lake Jackson Robert E. Ashworth, Clulc Mrs. J. G. (Leonor) Salnrar, Freeport Mrs. J. B. (dare Nell) Stockton, Frceport AN'GLETON-DANBURY MONDAY: Harvey White, Bratoria Ross Cayton, Spring Sheila Pool, Angleton Clute home burglarized CLUTE — A second residential burglary on Billington St. was reported to NAVIGATION DISTRICT at-o-glance Clyde's FOUR SEASON DOUBLE KNIT SUITS 169.95 Jo 199.95 Otcrn, DOOM* rnr •mmtl All »>tnt «,m «MC Ueth. ten rnitr «•!» «M uup<4 rein. Sim u to u. R»I*Ur. Shorn, ina OPEN LATE TNURS. NITE L*ck'» PUnUIW" Cnilt< the Police Dept. hero Monday, following a report from another residence made Sunday. Mrs. Vida Nash of SOS Billington advised police at 8:53 a.m. Monday thai her home had been broken into, muddy footprints left on the nig, and two rings taken. The rings, belonging to her granddaughter, arc described as a large square block of jade in gold mounting; and a smalt 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 Lavclle, 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 Dope ,; By GLENN HEATH THE NAVIGATION BOARD'S pre-arranged meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, was attended by all members: Comrs. A. 0, Evans, chairman, Jimmy Phillips, Marcus Wccma, Robert McAda, A. M. Wise, J. T, Suggs; and Col. J. S. Tabb, general , manager and port director. ALL VOTING was unanimous. INSURANCE COVERAGE coming due ! Jan. I and Feb. 1 for renewal was discussed by Gus Comlskcy Sr. of Houston, agent for the expiring policies. He said that before 1969 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. °" ' rt ^ ln g ovcr - Comtskey said, he reduced (he expiration date (o lux), and obtained cost reductions through "deviated rales." He said that previously, no 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 Weems. WARRANTS were approved on motion Wise, second McAda. '* A DEPOSIT Nov. 24 of $U.m99 brought the year's money deposits to $185,932.26. PAYROLLS approved on motion Wise, second McAda amounted lo $3,S87.49 for the office and JI.731.14 for the terminal. A NEW LA Y DOCK proposal tor construction on the Old River drew a cost estimate of $21.200, Col. Tabb said, with Dow ready to pay $50 a day berthing fees, for a minimum of $5.000 per year. There was a problem in that the proposed site would b« dredged to form a turning basin in the future channel improvement plans, and an upstream site vtxtuld impinge on a present (but unused) turning basin. On motion Sugg*, second Weems, ihe board instructed Col. Tal>6 to seek Corps of Engineers permission to build on the old turning basin. WAREHOUSING for storing Dow products will be sought lor the new but unus«d warehouse mirth ol the terminal. The board arrived at a per-square* fool price lo offer in competition lo warehousing service now provided In Houston. The offer of 12 cents per foot per month was approved on motion Wrems, second McAda. DOCK USAGE for layover berthing on a six-month lease at $SO per day, or a total of about $9.000. for the short A Dock wa$ approved on motion Suggs, second Weems. CHRISTMAS CARDS will not be sent out this year, on recommendation of Cd, Tabb, who didn't feel the attention received was worth Ihe cost. Motion Wewns, second Wls« BOND FUNDS remaining after retirement of the original port bond issue, now amounting lo about 550.000, wuld be tntroJerred to the Construction and Maintenance (operating) Fund. Phillips advised. On motion McAda, second Wc«nis, the transfer was approved. AN AUDITOR was agreed on with a report that J. E. Wablon. offered the position after a drawing of local accountants' names, had accepted with a proposal that set a maximum cost of $2,600, •"'ADJOURNMENT was aj 4:55 p.m., on motion Suggs, second Phillips. May Dale's services set niciiwooi) ~ May Campbell Date, M. a charter member of the Ftrel United Methodist Church at Clute, died early this morning at Community Hospital. Mrs. Dale, who lived at 1738 N. Highway 388 here, had been hospitalised three days, following a lengthy (tineas. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Lakewood Funeral Chapel. The Rev. John B. Hotel), pastor of Pint United Methodist Church at Buffalo, will officiate; assisted by the Itev. Larry Kelly, paator of Ctute's First United Methodist Church, Burial will b« In llestwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Dale was bom March 16. 1888 at Blenville, La. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs, Robert C, Coleman of Riehwood; and one sister, Mrs. J. K. Cox of Jooesboro, ta, THIS! LITTLt mm TO THE POUND UKK JACKWN ~ Will the owner of six lost pigs please come to tta Lake Jackson Police DepU and Identify same? If so, say* City Dog Cntcher Dill Volker, he may retrieve his swine. That Is, if he or she identifies and claims them within TC hour* of this publication. The pigs, dumped several days ago Into a rwident'8 yard, reportedly from a car occupied by young men or boys, are temporarily residing in the City Dog found. The concrete flooring is not good for th«r hooves, Volker said this morning, ... * •- »' BC to get Sea Grant Texas AAM University is one of tour Instltullons In (he nation to receive federal designation as a Sea Grant College, The formal designation come* more than three yearn after A AM and several other institutions received Initial grants to b#gm program* which could lead to Sea Grant College status. Texas A*M has been awarded federal fund» totaling B.I million, including the recently announced 1M million grant (or support during mi-Tt The University has contributed nearly 13 million 10 the program, bringing total funding to appro.timatety lis million Walkout threatened injured father, at Ag j ng Conference son at home •s. KHKKI'OHT-Cecil Collins and hb son, David, both injured in an accident Nov. 13, are al home now and nbte to gel around Mime, Collins went home t*it week and U wearing a back brace. Oavid arrived home Thankstfivmtt and Ihe ilitchoi w«* rwnoved from hia tag Monday. He a, able to walk with the aid of crutches The CaUU&MT* wvrv m}ur«l in a J«tp Accident in whkh John Caldwcll of Jonn Crwk wa* killed, They were nwtnbcr* of * hunlinj; party camped near lUrpcr. tn trw vicinity erf rVrtkrtcksburg Cotllm and lu> ton «vr« firtt hoipilalticd in KredertcksburjS and later transferred to Community ((capital here Colllri* received a back injury and David- bad 3 double h-g fracture. Mis. Ina Green dies WASHINGTON (AIM - Spaniih'«()«kUii{ detvgatm to the White Itixjw Con/went* MI Aging titreatcttcd to walk out of an cn*tv(unjra «<r*»ion Monday night until a f*u«rto ttfetdtt wonwn wa,* given a second cli4i>cr to tp&k, Tt>e ttekgtue* laid wtrw an^»y ov«rr («•) at ot 1'ucrlo Hican. and .VJrxtcan atK«try at Ihr livf dav conJtrefioc "My chw( cvnipidtat b thai Mt> were traclutktl a I iNc trfy end alter Caul S«ittlo Jf o< DC , chairman o< the Sp4ni»h (M \n ctwweti to the miwwily, be and 16 (rum Twin bands of 14 Karat Solid Gold signify husband and wife ... a lustrous synthetic stone of the month marks Ihe birthday of each of her children. CHARGE IT! 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Uw pttymcnU ran i* ijimohrd b> Dock. *|tr I > near the lutvk U ihjlto-* A berth farther out wautd mran the Uup wouM t* pdrtuliy in Ihe river channel Alto. !tu( part ot (he channel i* officially known »> ttw Upfwr Turning IU»in Although it's not uwti (or a turning basin now. and pitou arc not lure a «hip could be turned there bccaute ol tilting, Col Tabb IrcU a permit might t* difficult lo obtain On instruction* from the Uurd, he will aik the Corp* of Engineers Oalve*ton Office for a permit. U a way c«n be worked out. Ihe board ii ready lo build. Dow ha* agreed to berthing (cc* o( |50 per day, with a pledge of a minimum I5,ooo a year. Others could u*e the dock, with the fee* going toward the minimum pledge. 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