The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 20, 1973 · Page 18
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FACTO • f < n: ^~" / "\ - r\" ; *»•< 0 C P \ S-; • M r j, A j ; l SITE OF PROPOSED AIRPORT FOR BRAZOfU A COV NTV Airport... • iConswued from Page U , la acquire a pufabc airport siie « no con to the court y — an outright donation of land The «nabta« tegtalatioa virtually > that vc can do ihiv" He satd Dow oflkiaU have advised lhac both the priico system and an adjoining private landowner hare agreed to properly trades aimed at putting together a 27-acr* site for a "Type B- QiounerciaJ" airport in the area of the northeast comer of Reurieve Farm between Lake Jackson and Angieton. Once acquired by Dow, the land U to be givvn to the county. The new airport will be aoroewhat larger and better eqiapped than the present pnvatdy-owned airport whkh BP Schools., (Continued from Page 1) annual audit up to M.OOO, bankable loaw at the lowest legal rale of intereit; furnishing all vouchers and service; money bags and lock; and Idler service to count and verily funds Ralph David of the FFNB laid board members thai the bank would lend the school district money at the lowest legal rale but that be did not consider cero per cent legal. All banks, be said, bad to operate under FOIC regulations and those governing interest rates changed. He could only estimate what they would be. hesaid. Su»L Kenneth Wilson told lac board the district had never had to borrow fund* to operate before but "with our prsaoiit financial system" it was a possibility in the future, Gayle said that Out state was now spreading its payment* to tfce school out over the whole ye*r and be predicted money would be "very tight around October" David said the lowest interest rale right now was over 7 per cent, but that a l per cwt rate would aj*o be Gayle estimated the additional saving* to the district from the FfNB le other acton the board. of the Special - Agraad to gnw* Sup sVUson •|»Bjroval to hire bical aOgmeyt" row serves the ar*«. and '*tU replace the preseni airport Cbn>mis»ooen Court HJU been advi»ed that, with donated Und and faolmts to "in Jond" participation m«clung Mate acd kderal (ienk. the new airport can be butt: at aimou no COM lo the county. Cabriles said both the chamber committee and the county comnuitee s«e a ckar present need "and a cntxrai need" for an adequate pubhc airport to serve the central. west and south porUora of Bratoria County. He said that with the new facility, general aviation can serve twice the demand that can presently be served at the Dow airport, "ThU demand a appointing an official school attorney. By-play between attorney and trusu* Wallace Shaw and the other members of the board involved hit serving at board attorney without pay "I thought that was one of your platform planks." Trustee Waller Watu said Shaw retorted be couldn't remember making any statement like that. — Renewed a contract with Gates Steeo Associates to collect delinquent taxes (or the district. — Elected Norman Freemen delegate and Watu alternate to the Texas Association of School Board by acclamation. — Approved a $1.100 expenditure lo provide mirrors for (he right front fenders of BISD school buses, bringing safety equipment in line with new taws. — Rdeajed a school site in the Flagridge Subdivision, with only Shaw voting against the proposal. Shaw said he felt letting the land go might not be a good idea since later purchase* of land for a school site might prove expensive, Wilton said the subdivision lay near the Oru Robert* School in Lake Jackson and the school campus wa* big enough for expansion if that wa* ever neceMary. Shaw alto objected to the tort the subdivision by acres* Highway is near the part which will someday be a controlled »cc«s» major freeway and "w* would be taking children from over Uwre iftm m-" present co* »ad rapidfy." hr und. Krc«a! ty»tem.» bj ihr . , Gxarwni a^rwd tlawi *:urtij with she Oi»mt<r'* pro,*x txxss. incls«Jir.|5 ijprirnnecs at Ufw rootM U'.uf jW* &w an urpon her*. Oiamtwr f'urstdml Kratnig commrnJed Uiat it* project rfwulv! fc* to prw:*rd ' OK* the law! Contact* with HGAC. Aeronautic* and the Aviation Ajfeftcy hivf dcatcti l>.<n$* aguion Jnxioia co esiabirtf) t f Jirport here and *tv crxi *tr r.-iu; ') to — Approved student transfer Twenty non-re»idenu for tra/uJer into the BLSO a report utd Mont of iho* were mlo *pecial education classes or were children erf BISD employee* — Approved a lalar? schedule for principals »UIJ members and maintenance personnel. Maintenance personnel aui clerical help were granted a 110 teak increase and a HO tenure increase per month Trustee Je»»e L Hibbctu asked that more data be secured before the board approved the schedule "We fait raise the maximum every year," he said "If we are going lo set a schedule. I'd like u> tee what other dutncu urc douig " WUson said he had the inform* tk» and would get it to the trustee HibbeiU also said be didn't know if thi* wsw the time to bring the matter up but that be wanted to s«e KXUC way that be could vote on administrative personnel individually. "I voted against the entire bunch la»l time." HihbeUs suted, "when I was really objecting lo ju»t out I II have lo do the same thing if I'm prevented with a slal« " Ihe contract of Braiotwood baseball Coach Jimmy Dodd alter a kngthy executive *e#*i*n in which the matter w*» dltomtd. Vole on Dodd's contract wa* unanimous, with the motion being made by Marcus wecaodtd Continuing Our OVCK HALF CCNTURY Pkoto H«lp| tft o Pain to Count All That M*rchondlt« Save Money While You Help Us Clear Our Shelves... ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES SUMMER DRESS SHOES and SANDLES SIZES 5 thru 10 VALUES TO «24 W NOW ONLY TO A CiOUP OF MENS PORTAGE SHOES VALUES TO '33* TO CROUP OF BOYS MANY COLORS SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS PATTERNS ODD SIZES * 4W * ' 4M VALUES KNIT SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE ZIP-UP BUTTON WIDE ASST. OF COLORS t PATTERNS VALUES TO »5*' SPECIAL GROUP OF FAMOUS NAME BRAND SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS VALUES TO '13" LADIES BLOUSES and TOPS Long Sl*«v«, Short Sl««v«, SU«vwl«it Knlta in Cotton. Poty«tr»r and Btondi, Blai«rs, Bloutci and Body W«or REG, «*•* TO *24 M GROUP OF GIRLS TOPS and SMOCKS SIZES 4 K> 61. 7 fo U REG. U 4 ' TO •U* 1 «} NOW *2",.*15°° ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES SPRING and SUMMER PANTSUITS Long, Short and Sl««v«l«t$ L«ngtht Sii«> B to 20 —14% to 24% REG. *20** TO »7$ M NOW *49 97 IAOIIS 2 and 3 fWCt SETS JACKET, PANT OR SKIRT SETS *' m * * " NOW GIRLS PLAYWEAR antDroiMM. ShrlH, T»nniiOr«i»»i, Short S«h Sli**i 4 to 6*. VALUES TO **" '"$197 $497 NOW j TO ^^ GIRLS DRESSES SIZES 1 to 3. 4 to 6*. 7 to 14 REG. »4 W to '14** REG. »20« TO »7B" I SIZES 3 to 13 NOW ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES Str««t L.ngtfi, SPRING and SUMMER OIN | Lonfl DRESSES "° SIZES i to 20 14% to 24% BMBMBMBMl GROUP OF LADIES JEANS A PANTS CuHt, Fit, Flar* Juniors 3 to 13 Mli»«| B to 20 Volu«f to '17 M $ 1 NOW I 97 TO JUNIOR PANTSUITS and JUMPSUITS VALUES TO ( 34 M 97 GIRLS PANTS 4 to 4x VALUES 7 to 14 TO *t" 97 TO SPECIAL GROUP HUH* TO LADIES PANTS SIZES 10 to 20 VALUES TO »14" NOW PAW

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