The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1975 · Page 1
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iMcAffen hands Brcrzoswoocf stunning 20-6 upsef DAYS TO CHRISTMAS ". V '<-' i ' GtS • Lake Jackson • Clute • Freeport XrrtteK Krumpari «nd Hntinrtx ( ««ntj, Tn*t i 1 (it 1 1. t'v« ; if. TWO SUNDAY « CEMT5 Shoplifters iux merchants' patience Hy . ilwwwii?; thr I'Jjwk ixrt Hfrt frf '•''•<" !>*.•»! 4f}« t n?fi<'r;', »t KscJi **',!«! her Snn.i%J, tl,» **»n>* n-e rau'-r >«t;<i ( axtl't) ttfrv.ird V. <>? a ctefiflf biJj /«* fhr- s* ?.'.•!• ,-S :'.-.• '.t J.*<t*ti tXfffJgrtffnrftS J;' t)pJ«'a! c.y.wAfi-Tt <-f.ffs .giH -.535- .;.r«w* !><! Uifift* f«-.f -:}?..«• f.xiji'i,.;, AprtS .>.< a!(tr-r •'..••>• !,!*• • ii<i*i?li-ft:*\ A r itu! !?'.(• twti Bi.; -..r.i ( !. ; f*-uM:' k'nti;. ;«( 'f-r ••<y i ij »{vfrf hit! fw-i gur JjrfN^lftp! » e;»er UK- jiith ha fnmd.il *vl i»j 11?!- >H!(z»'f; jfnustx'iati"!) Che !.»'i-rKls iriftn Vt-i? vast) tit TK'f* j(K ;(Srnl J*,»;iiU Ut M"V«- >• JIM wvrtti.s 'Deputies identify body as missing girl N'sft* L'-.f.f. KJ'wut" H tri 'itis.s KiV a'. J »:'jt;*. .» '? tii SKY ond Seo • r^,i^'i i* ,-'?'',' T- ji.' ? i^ »T .^i *>i;,; fi i .... , . ''jT 1 ? ^ '.i''. f .' i4 ?^A.rV;|j* ifi'itfTXi ; *C* r 1i .,'r(!,i>r SEEN and HEARD TtUJO IHfVHlNS, home in I J mi a 10 day Itvivp Ihat tnrludcd Thanksgiving Hc-'s juit completed mibiiianiu- tfHinuvjj at the U S Navy's New London, Conn , fanUtitat and wUt report to Charleston, NC MARK HONKVCl IT. coming atwut M far a* a »totl«nl in a Ti'xa* school could to »pend thi> holiday & with hu folks in Jones Cm* He'* enrolled al Texas Tech in Ubbock Fr««porler JANIK HKATH. however, canu- even farther. Sht* flew in front New York City where »he'» a student, to be home KOUNKV RAY KOOKHS of FP, getting hi* PhD degrtft; in ttgroiuuny froin Iowa State University of 8ci«oce timl Technology in the Nov. 22 full quarter commencement... BEINO TliKHK wasn't enough for wjjnn of the Buccaneer fans at Hopper Field Saturday. This spectator wotched the game intently while keeping a small transistor radio pressed to his ear to hear the broadcast vertioa of the pi«y on Uw field. The game with McAUw ended the Buccaneers Iwpes for a second stale championship in i A football competition this year -Fnol« U> KK1C SMAl.l.HV monc;, w itwm !r> P.-JV l>a \\v item*, and the- stolen go<>tlii ;<ri- t'tn-i't a »e<e«(titv the sl'jre manax'?''* contacted all .rRrri'tf Hut ttiv mam rruvn is the crime's increasing rx-cuirent:<: (.'iut* Pf)Ji«' Chief Jim Hinton estimate* the ."'! *j;rfvr; <A sffofrffftirtg in area store* is now atx>ut even •Ajtf* 'tw FHI * refwrtiH'J ~r. p*,«r c«;n! increase within the last five year* In !'>;(. 20 ptT-',r«» were charged with Clais C rtti'Mleirsfanor theft by the ('lute municipal court, records ?-lt<jr* Itiit IB !ii** ii months of 1975, i-i f>ers/jns already K-< •• <- 'wrn i..farR'-d ^ri'.} -,iji»)wt to f trust ranging up to J3>0 '.'•.- <'i'.;ii- ;in»J u> the Bra/.oria County Juvenile -nferij? to Onef Hinton turn to P. 19. Col. 4 j RON CASH Prison permits set for TWQB hearing iiraiwia ('our,!y, Retmve Plant v.-vf-r: miles south' Bosrc] «• r. ! o r c <? ns <r JV ( pub he bi'flTi'ijj whif/i «ill chc<ck tfi!''. ih'J *!.«•!•«'> of '.hi.' lk^..,; ';,!;, cnl ' j. ct PLutt five mil* of finuor-xi. Jester Sla'.t Unit No. 2's plant ioeaUrd (wo mile* wejit of Sugfertand in Fort Bend County, Ramsey State Prism- t'r.i! No 2's plan! IP. community of OJtey in •*u i"oorit>. Central . San*. -*t : r^' »th $ir-e*i xljiifljnt at t i?ft«i H •"••, Itett plant in Brazoria County The receiving waters are described in the permits as Cedar Lake Slough, the Trinity River, Winter's Creek. Ea&t Fork of the San Jacinto River, Turkey Creek, I^ake Ltvingston. Jackson Lake, Oyster Cr*«-«, Jones Creek, and the Intracoastal Water- The TAQB staff has eapressed concern about «4Nr«rk»ded conditions at : few-plants, and the fact that some of the permits do not adequately describe flow or other parameters. If the Board should determine that there have been permit violations, appropriate enforcement actions will be considered which may include issuance of an enforcement order requiring corrective action, revocation or suspension of the permits or portions thereof, or institution of a civil ia-w&uit. The hearing wili b F.'J*C:-I RV.ll'A X*y!- f '> Wf ix->.»*»' (Vii--r.v in A '"/',i-i!> . She- G^ort* Slate Prison I'r.it Trf»tm»fnt I'urii iixai^d (cwr miiw «»u',h uf Huniivill^, the Kllis Prison rm: Man! 12 iwA^t of Hunt- c. KaMham Flant H.5 west of Tnnfly, Plan! located a ile and 3 half norhwest o/ » S4rvdv Poinl m TREE-IIGHTING PROGRAM SLATED IN SWEENY The of the .SWKKNY nnual lighting tmm unity IHTI- has been vhrttui«il !»r h XI p m NSttrnUt} in the Mint '(Kirk by of iht- -S\v«»n\ C v )\ic Hub. T)s« tnvocAtion will be giv»'n by the Kev Tommy Storey, pa&tor (4 the Ctiurrh of tht' Nazarene, »ind the Cttri»tma& nu-i&age will bo pjr««.'ntc<j by Father FYank Clarvcey of (hir Ud> of Perpetual Help Catholic Church Carols will t» >uiig by the classes of Mrs. Martha Bender and Christmas music will be under the direction of Bill Bender. A plaque will be presented to wiiuver of the tree decoration contest by Mrs Belle Arnett, president of the Sweeny Civic Club The benediction will be given by Billy Th&rp, youth director of Old Ocean Baptist Church, FACTS EDITOR and Publisher James S Nabors. right, smiles happily as he prints a $3,000 check to (ilt-nn Heath, executive editor The chtvk represented first place in a contest for the best senes of ar- ticles on the medical malpractice insurance problem The Facts was in competition with 34 other daily- newspapers from a number of different slates Facfs wins top award for malpractice senes Listening ir uwittNa HALIOY; When { sw clear evidence of God's knowledge of deceit in our hearts, my prayer for cleansing becorota urgwit "GKKAT FEAH CAME t ! Pt)N I'HE WHOLE CHUKCH, AND UPON ALL WHO HEARD OF THESE THINGS " A caih award of 13,000 has been presented to Glenn Heath, executive editor of The Braiosport Facts, for the best series of articles on the medical malpractice insurance problem in competition with articles appearing in M daily newspapers in several states. Heath was given the cash award in a Friday morning meeting of department heads and reporters in the newsroom of The Braiosport Facts. James S. Nabors, editor and publisher of The Braiosport F»cU, said that, although the award had been made to th« paper, h* was sure that everyone agreed that Heath himself should receive the award. Heath waa praised for his newspaper presentation of the medical malpractice insurance problem by Nabors and the contest judges who had selected his series as the best. The contest, with 110,000 in prize money, was the idea of and sponsored by Carmage Walls of Walls Investment Co. in Houston. Walls and "friends in the newspaper business," sponsored the coolest, said Fred Hartman. contest chairman, judge and chairman of the board for Southern Newspapers, Inc. "The idea of the contest was to draw attention to the malpractice insurance problem so the public will be better informed and thereby better able to do something about the situation," Hartman said. In a brief statement outlining The Brazosport Facts involvement in the contest, Nabors stressed that winning contests was not a goal of the paper but a by-product of good journalism in the newspaper business. Nabors pointed to several journalism qualities that made Heath's series the best,such as dare in writing and layout; key quotes; being informative; effective use of pictures, headlines and subheads; and getting the attention of tbe readers. Alter bis statement* Nabors presented the top prize check of 13,000 to Heath. Heath received a hearty round ol applause and congratulations (ram his co-workers. Heath said to appreciated live op (Please turn to P. 19, Col. •»>

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