The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1975 · Page 1
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1975
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JOH.NMK flltOOKM >OH.VKTTK W, R, CAMPBKU. MRS. CAYDRN BOWK JOE WILLIAMS ALLEN TIMM JAMES WILLIAMS Gun control: Brazoria Countians respond to issue it* tut tf.Mi M.Wjtfot l.» a (hr ( »i (!<--, J Stair* f'TKc-a. i". 1 ^>3 a ;t', AfjsJ 4. Ji ;.i rn I-'W? A'. > V-S • i*< . ,,*»• l*~* Angleton slates Wednesday meeting Vlvr «r»ii iisrii-rv'tirtj; the Ordinance to cr«inrr,f<i.Ui«' i-f'.anj( in thr for cluster ttf\ fl'^WMT.t* > Tlw *i(i hx-gin st ij p m in the Council Clumber u< the AnglHcm ("it> Hail ; SEEN ond HEARD r> KltKIM.II I ,I-\M "f N Ave H. f<'(wrting the cold u rather ha MI I kepi her orvhid ttve from bliHsmtug (or It** srecond lime this year, It'* nut shi-d ilit lt'.i\c.s and »hx' sayn Us V«T> omisiuil (or it to bliHtm while it still hits j(H K IIAVIUKUN. carefully culling and iffrtfji'ralmjf ctoens of his n-tl roses fur (ht* past two wet-It* in order lo have colorful ci'iiterptmii (or all of the tables at the Me n's Garden Club annual banquet ., |.J City Attorney JOHN' IbrlH'KY. back on the job a/tt'r two weeks o( active duly with the Staff Jvnige Advuctfte'b Office at Ik'rgslriini Air Force Bas* at Austin. Much of his time wu.s ijifiil in reviewing in u iliy Is . cwnlfv.vrrsUfi vut>}n:l 10 is rwf ffii 'j.w« "A Wins 5?*j!i t.1*.? tjr i!,(* :."i,gr«S l?V«r (4-, rjjS!;j» tftin «' ••*<')(! ol !." SKY and J Sea (,! (« I?/*- ( I nt jt The Fncl.* ifiiwvM** e*l A number irf rilizpns rofttmi.'ng fheir vM-<*'» ut) #tw> twirol Tlwjr n&pocuc* to questions ih* Hfwt <i< «•*«> sees*** l« gun* on c*rim» ratt*, harrt «i "Saturday ni|(h( *p«rJaU" and ail , >J)*-' otttlitiiliun*! (trtAnti guarantee, jsr&J gun atf printed fcwiv* . Brttrtt« <,i( firtiuri*. t/xfi<»tif!g rw Isos f»*Wi j» ri**?»Miflfi amj hunter #11 fa* life sAi'l. "( watU ?h«n to At MKi'iHhirjjj afwxu! ifw (**o(3k wh<i 'j»r gum *»?««${. to rc;ti.a<t-(• the- L*v»"> !hf) havr " f!r said f* Jr*>H ry;3jr<4s on lb<« &.#!«• of handguns "will iKiU fn-ij) Ww •; fifiiifat gc! (o \>f n liv:\tir' in n (>»•*; William* MI<J "AftJ '.•?»" who (fjj.j us* flit- gun* lur (i'. W I! i*. 1 raffcs. fw' 'h;it *-[M MI! «-( ih»r n-'inr* '*/ fix.- {»r>p!f .r- (ijvws /'•tjisiratiwi <>f fir<-;irms r:«-s !«-»"!,iiUji!jWf (B v, r'.iae fwr [KIM- ," \w of 'Md <>rvan, a ftiiriJS'r-r a/v! f^i ;;it'r nff wtd <;nirn' r-'?<- an- favors a tenon ihc sale of "Saturday night specials." Sho flfWH ihai "I wouldn'r wanl my husband not to »u»w; hi.s guns, and said, 'It all depends <wi the hands holding (h* guns in !n-» first place " M«» .liihnriir Thoma* of l«ake Jackson said, "Cun control would put gurw in the hands of the criminals." Shi- sai'l ?.tic would favor prohibiting sale of "Saturday wx*.-! sf*t-wl»" bwt not such firearm* as hunting rifles. If fjurw are registered," she said, "someonecould just ^r-.ik into your house and steal them." Hnforrt Trowfr of Angleton feeh that "people ought to !«• MI- to kwp tlieir guns " He added that he is for more Uv, «T- u '(irr.f'rnpnt since "a lot of the Jaws aren't < Plea&e turn to P 19. Col 1 > •p|l| BKAZU5POKT ••• • The Facts BTABL/SHH) J9J3 IW FRBEPORT Lake Jackson Clute Freeport u ( * i-;,:« * ff j^*, ' ":,^).i DAYS TO CHRISTMAS Manvel resident to run in 1976 for sheriff post DISTRIBUTION OF BAGS BEGINS IN FKEEPORT KHJ-XKiKT Cu> n at »a* targun today, ac- io ^cJsiig Cay •;A",fpn «0 ; Mow* »*5*!l i! H 4 ~»'.-,;<- -a! lime S-tc-fM 1 ) b-rcamc 4 ha* trr'i «*4 n ]( f fi^ji Aijx* hf'tij U*>r •.if .!»•« pf., u-.'ipsiii/J jiowlKW u! chsH <4 ativit.Fr.'. *.gfTx"j«"( Sr. '.V tag* fc) -«. rw no! or }i«?T n*mr jj- by So C4|J ad announces personnel switch lit A: < •'-art'. *• A'i r v'4nct>(Ui*f> ',-.'. i.'x'fif,' ;•.< pfo\u!r »<J4i8i*')ri«i Ami fir»;<-im * ^ur.'.} After cf-JiJirsuini! irAinir-x for Each fu ar» ." f-ie holds, a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Education degree from Sam Houston State University. He served as Director of Vocational Education with L/jrtgview Public Schools from 1967 to 1SS8. Pickle served as a rest-arch assistant with the Diversity of Texas He-search and Development C«i!er for Teacher Education from 1966 to i thrir mandatury S;'»[jr! Thr AJv.ri » f srni s!^!»«i Hr ha« ri AC, ,ic!!\e mrrr.hrr »< Man-, ri V< Juniper Kire UTS the Man\el unlit the iSntru-l ! <«i(h the AKin !hc i Moore wiihm the r.r\t -i ' (r« day* ; v_ ......... .......................... ______ } Beautification group meeting on Thursday KKKKPOHT JAtKIK STOI'KI. of lh* B^aulification Committc* will be rr«e-»«i \kh«v mctnbcn niwt a\ 7 p m Thursday in the Con- ferencf lloom at City Hall dement* some «20 alreads tvav«- in tr<>piaiuiif» and partu Further planting for the w-as*vn is in be at the Program on toxicology third in lecture series 'Toxicology the Science of I'oisoivs." is the title for the third in (his IJR. H. V. JOHNSTON season'» lecture series being offered by the Urazo&port Museum of Natural Science Dr K V "Vic" John »ton, director of Dow Chemical's Biomcdical R n <l Comparative Toxicology' Laboratory, will b« ipeakmg on potsoiu Thursday ut 7 30 pm at the Uraiosport Savings and Loan Building in downtown Lake Jackson Tlw lecture is free to museutn members and the public. Dr Johnston will explain the tests and standards used to measure toxicity, including cancer-causing properties, and will explain when toxicity is a natard. The action of industry to reduce and eliminate loxicity in products will U* urn ussvu Questions are invited from the audience Johnston is a doctor of veterinary medicine with a record of distinguished scholarship at Arlington State College, Mercer University, University of Georgia, as well as Texas A It M Besides a year in the U.S Naval Air Corp he worked for Allied Laboratories in agricultural research and development before joining Dow. He came to Lake Jackson in 1963 to direct the Agricultural Research Laboratory here, then transferred to Midland. Mich, in that position from 1966 to 1974, when he returned here, AN EARLY MOHMNG fire at 36 Lake Rd. destroyed roost of the Glenn Gaumer home Firemen from take Jackson responded to the call about 6 a in. and found the second story of the home engulfed in flames. Water to fight the fire was pumpsd from the nearby lake. Two firemen, above, crouch in the smouldering ruins of the home near the stairway to the burned-away second story. The fire is believed to have started m %a upstairs bedroom. Members of the family escaped the home without injury, RICK OTTO 1967. Pickle also worked in the Columbia-Brazorta Independent School District, so-ving as an elementary teacher, secondary teacher and junior high school principal. He completed an administrative internship program at the University of Texas at Austin in 1967 and holds a masters degree in educational « fleas* turn to P [9. Cot. 3» SANTA'S COMING Santa Glaus will be at the Brai&sport Shopping Center, corner Loop Road ajwJ Plantation Dr., Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Santa's station will be set up in front of Eddie's Shoes, according to Kappa Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. who are sponsoring the visit. Polaroid pictures will be made of children with Santa Claus and there will be treats for all children who visit Santa. EAGLES PLAN ~~ TURKEY SHOOTS FOR BENEFIT Members of the | Brazosport Fraternal [ Order of Eagles will f host three benefit j turkey shoots in j December to held fund ' Christmas baskets for needy families. The first turkey shoot is slated for Dec. S and 6 at the Eagles Hall on Highway 332. Each contestant will pay $1 per shot. Other turkey shoots are planned for Dec. IS and U and Dec. 20 and 21 at the FOE Park on FM 521 east of Brazoria. Paul Frejean, chairman for the program, said his organisation is taking applications from people who know families that may be in need this Christmas. Each y**r the Eagles aive about 30 baskets of Food to needy families. For more uiformatioo op the benefit or the turkey shoots can he obtained from Prejean at

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