The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 1, 1971 · Page 14
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 14

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 1, 1971
Page 14
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, Fnbpwt, Twin, W*rfnei4l«)', December MM, Section 1, Page Ifi School is burglarized .alert police, officer Is responsible for marijuana charges being Died against two persons and *the capture of an illegal alien possibly wanted 'in another Country. While on routine patrol, a police officer noticed two men coming out of a bar on Oak St. .The officer said they acted strangely so he decided to watch the pair. The officer said the two lighted a cigarette and began passing it back and forth. One of the men spotted the officer and reportedly threw the cigarette behind an old door. ,The officer went over and picked up the cigarette. He said it contained a substance believed to be marijuana. Both men were arrested and later during the booking procedure it was discovered that one was an illegal alien who said he came In through the port at Brownsville. Guadalupe Pern, 38, 214 Ave. A, and Carlos Chamarro, 26, were taken before Justice of ihe Peace Sam Bass Sr., where they were charged with possession of marijuana. Bass set bond at $2,500 each on the pair. Chamarro, who said be was from Nicaragua, became DEER PROCESSING 3-BROTHERS alarmed when he was told that the immigration authorities had been notified so that he could be returned to that country, Chamarro said that he could not return to Nicaragua because he was wanted by the government there because he allegedly was a communist and would be shot if he was returned. Chamarro said that he wanted to ask for political asylum in the United States. Police told Chamarro that he would be turned over to the immigration authorities, and that he probably would be returned to Nicaragua. UNUSUAL ITEMS *r» lUtfd In "Swipl" In totfayt CUllllMtf Alt. Turn tw<k ntrw l*r a tortile tf*M. - Burglars again hit Brnxosport High School sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning the assistant principal, Jimmy Phillips, told police, Phillips said the burglars made off with a Roberts Cassette tape recorder, serial Number 507W734 with the words Brniosport High School T-2IS written on the front. Police said the recorder was valued at about $56, and was located in Room 112 at the school, Officers said they were still G, M. Glasford dies ANOLETON — Funeral services for G. M, Glasford arc pending at the Anglcton Funeral Home, Glasford, a longtime resident of Bnuoria County, died Tuesday at the Anglcton- Danbury Hospital after an extended illness. I HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS I • COMMl'NITV HOSPITAL OF BKAZOSPOItT I TUESDAY: Mrs. C. B. (Susanna Jean) Stroud, Brazoria Mrs. G. B. (Ollie M.) Swanner, Clute Loisa Ann Davis, Clute Mrs. S. L. (Debra Demise) Moffett,.Brazoria Joe LaHay Williams Sr., Frecport J. Troy Israel, Lake Jackson Mrs. H. N. (Maxtne N.i'Goe. Freeport Mrs. Maudie Pearl LaBcth. Clute Mary Lou Amy, Freeport Mrs. N. D. (Brenda Gail) Finley, Sweeny Thomas Fred Patterson. Lake Jackson ANGLETO.X-UANBUKY Airs, Mary Peirosky, Rosharon Mrs, Dorothy Barnes, Anglelon Mrs. Deborah Orchard, Anglcton tumble to determine how the rflom was entered. This was another In it series of break-ins, vandalism and burglaries. Investigating officers have solved several of the pn$t burglaries and a spokesman said the department Is continuing to investigate tl» disappearance of the. recorder. Horse Group elects officers ANGI.ETOX - The Angleton Horse Group elected officers and discussed the number of meetings per month at a recent meeting. It wax decided ta hold two meetings, on every other Saturday, at 1:30 p.m. Officers an? Cindy Mann, president: Terry Fo.t, vice president; Alena Shanks. secretary; mid Paula 1 Mummer, reporter. 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